Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 18, 1895, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    . ; ; - . - : 7. ; - ; - . - - -V- . . :
.q . - ; . --S . . - , : . . - .
I
- _ G _ _ - - - _ _ _ TIlE _ : 01\AIIA _ DAILY _ BEg _ : MONIAY _ , j'lEl1RUAltY _ _ _ 18 , 1895. ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I
'
SAVED BY THE MONEY KINGS \
Henry OIows nys the Nntion's ' Orait Has
Deeu Pwcrvcd from Dcgmdaton ,
- -
TIROU I R TISCIIlD3 AND MORGANS
-
BluAtnl II the Ulle.1 , . Slat.8 Af.ctet Orcnt
Intlrt'811 In Jlrlll : In.l : ln.l" the
Hesel\ . \ln-1 I I : " c. 81"f'
tu Ihe II'MI'I' { . ,
- -
.
NI\V YOI\ , Feb. 17.-henrI Chews head
DC the banking house ) or Jcr ) ' Clews & Co.1
writes OC the financial situation :
The llst , weelc has witnessed little
change In the speculatve aSllects ) or Wall
Street btIlincI4.t There has been , however ,
n go 11 teal uC cnrnst thinking . and 01
sewhat mLrc ehhllnf lles , Thc Onnlelli
clnM has ceased tl wait on congress nn,1 ,
centers Is hopes uPon the consummation
of the yrnlicate loon . 'l'he erect of the
<
negotiation Ullon prices WAI merely frac-
negutatol . , bt'enusc slleculntors have he-
come slnlly lsllartele,1 ) ! , al to he almost iii-
Relslle to any sort of exclllJ incident.
Neverthiclws . Ihe long.hen.tled LU'el'l are
heglnnlng ) 10 feel think sr : . thing of real
itnIortnnc ) huts come over investment utah
Inllortance Intercst/ . when the Hothsehllll
n11 other great foreign nnltcrs 111'e come
tQ the rescue.
The loan contract benr : nn all of serious
hurposc. It Incllle9 dimly Ileln .1 . I10vl-
Ilrpose. I
I10nl. which sug . cst omethlnJ Iwre titan
' for the
c transient negotiator's oliCruition
c leAolntor'R olcrlton
reward of n round prolt 111 then leuvlng
the lucltles torrower to whatever fate he-
tlcls. 'he ! " 'It undertaltel ! y these ItnAR
of finance In\olvel some very broad ! com-
Innnce und some tnnks which befit only
the boldest an,1 , most resourceful com-
1(11 uf cnilltni. Such Innnchrs umlel-
(
at\ll the ,1tlllclncc uf 11 undertaking , to
rtputir the hnlly impaired 1luncr ! of I
rllllr anti vigorous nation. 'hey npprecIat' '
the . IlrclIle of HavIng I nntin's credit . and
ale oat hlkly : to mlmlnl5tr I' n momentary
n.c
l
teahhintivo . iBid thcl lel\1 the pnlent to
I.nlotve 'Fhte \ ' \\'orl < for bItht 11reslJe. ns
llsh.
\ vdl os 'lhe\ high htrOilt. 'l'hioy C0III.'hen,1 ) ,
\\1 there 1' such a Ihlnl Iq Patriotic grati-
tuI , . ul,1 , are IWlle thnt I nnton I1\'cll
from the verge of monetll'Y , lcAldaton Is
not likely to forget Its bendlet ' rs.
EUItOI'E'S 'lN'I'iitES'l'S DFMANI , ) IT.
Tn the Ilresent cns , there are other con-
Ihlcrtonl whIch very directly rOICCt the
Intelestl of these great ICgotatol . The )
Pnlte,1 , Sntes I ! now In I condition , that
materially Irfect" vnst : uroIH'.n intelesti' .
The Irocels , of recovery flom the great
foreign reaction that Il In wlh the
Ilaring's failure moves slowly anti h"Flnt-
inahp. 'fhere ) Is still 1 consllleuous nLsenee
ocomplrte confdence ; comfnerco Is heM ( In I
restraint : Importnnt enterprlsl'f are Itcpt In
lusllense : mouicy IceumulltNI In huge idle
masses ; cI.lal . nn,1 , Investment are stifler-
, contributes
Ing from lttgnlnCy NothIng
more than the enfethle , ] conlton of the
Pnle,1 Stltel to the ( perpetult ( n of these
conditions In EUrOjlee rank ni the Rec-
and , ( ratio power In the family of nltom .
Our demand for merchandise Is brondi
felt In every grent market of lie ( hroa'lr
Our investments are more largely he11 In
Europe thln those of ni ) other counl' ) ' .
Above all . we are In hinpirtant silver using
country ; Iml the significance of that ( actor
lies not wholly , If even irlncitmlly. In the
' ' the "nlue
question whether thIs may Impair "
of our s\curllrl held so largely abroad ,
but equally In the fact that . IC we come
out of our silver struggle with n fixed and
permanent commitment to the gold stand-
nrl. , that precedent . , wi io far toward set- :
thing the same questIon for all I urope.
- I Is easy to perceive how , umler such
clrcumstnnces. the worM's leading bankers
may see . In the restorlton ( of our finances
and our salvation from the silver peril .
much more thln 1 mere profit on n large
negotiation. I Is easily c1neelvlhT how
( jurY ma ) ' regard , the restoration of Amorl-
can finances lS 1 great step townrd the
revival of confidence , and enterprise
throughout the wor11 lt large-a fulcrum
for lifting universal confidence , to n higher
elevation . Upon ) this assumption we may
regard , the purposes of the syndicate ns
probably extending , much beyond the mere
terms of their contract . lS meaning In
Rhort. 1 purpose to stand by this govern-
ment until its finances lre placed upon n
sure and , permanent foundation. Wall street
Is scenting this sort of significance In the
bon tnansaction . and may soon draw very
encouraging conclusions therefrom cnlcu-
hated to develop 1 much healthier tone In
the financIal manluets.
SUGGESTS A Dn.I.IN OF COIN DONDS.
The failure of the house of representatives -
Uves to adopt - n gold loan hill Is a most
, disgraceful miscarriage of legislation . hu-
' mutating alike to congress and , the nation.
As the question turned upon the quibble as
between the terms "In coin" nml "In gold
coin" and , It may he just possible that the
house will attempt to tedeem its discredit
by some other form of bill . I would lug-
rest that congre pass nn net authorizing
' the Issue of $ .20,0.0 bonds . the rate of
Interest not to exeeM 3 per ccitt payable
m "coin , " the holders of 1111 bonds to have
the option when the government makes
payment of principal or Interest to demand
gold or silver coin or legal tender notes
therefor. $ CS5.0OO of said bomll ( to be held
In reserve to provide for that amount of
outstanding bonds the holders at such
bonds to hove the option lt or before their
maturIty to Convert them Into the b3nds
authorized by this act. bearIng 2 ½ per cent
2\
Interest the 5O.OOO.OO3 remaIning to be Is-
sited nt lie ( discretion of the secretary of
. 'he treasury with the consent of the presi-
dent of the United States for the purposes
r- named In the funding act of 180 and the resumption -
) , sumpton act oC 18i5 , all other provisions In
Said acts to be repealed on the enactment
of this measure.
The first half of President Clevelan ad-
< <
mlnlstrton certainly Il'oved very ,1sas-
trous to the business and labor Interests of
the country as I was full of object lessons
of n drastic character. The president has
now commenced on the last hal of his
term of 0(11cc ( . and there are not wanting
Indications ( hint his policy will be to restore
confidence , so as to bring back a return of
nrosllerlt his object lessons hereafter will
bo dIrected to the memerl of congress anti ,
not to theIr constituents. This Is one eel
: reason for the belief that the winter of our
distress wi puss smoothly Into n cheerful
lmmer.
- . - - -
EXCIt.NOE lt.tTES I ( I'T VI' .
Ir0811cct8 \Itilruwll or Uol' for
r it 111111 I lea Ceitt' .
- LONDON , Feb 17.-The probability that
, : rome rold wIll ho taken from the Bnnl of
England , for the American loan served to
sustain the Itos for money luring the past
weel 'I'ho stock market was rather In-
, fletise . but there Wil I distinctly stronger
: tone ! enelulh' . The prospect of Gelmnny
Initiating nn International monetary con-
rorenco favorably affected nil slver so-
cunities. I"oreln stocks especially Sputa-
H\mn-
) . Ish. ( were thai ! 1010 railway securities
? : were slow . but ShOWl'll I slight ImlJruVe-
ment. The murlct fur miling securities
revived cOlluliombl ) ' . lurlf operators ' no-
Sn med 11 'lnj ami the inn ilce t close,1 Iln
' and 1IIlo 111 'lnt. Cnnlclll lacHlo
. tlmrel foil 1lll Oft I1'esH11 to sell by
Canadian hollrs. ) Grand 'l'ruimks iluctim-
ateuh1 . but lt the CIOHO were hettol' the
I , halt yen Ir r(11)lrt not having renlze,1 the
- .
worSt . Anwnicamu
worlt expectations An1rlcnn railway He
cIlII1811'n 11111 lollultell by Ito ( loan
IllOSpeotl anti the "ealnAs wet \er ' 'mmli.
1)cnver I'enmuutyivatiia and Union Pacilc
Ihowe,1 1 fractional ndvuuimcc. lost of
the others declined. Erie IleO111 anti
Nurfol < & Westerns were 10wn Iller
con t. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
.
I.ONN TIAlm IWU > W.
000' IIJnll' for South " 11.10:1 ; : l'roduo
Inrll I I ! tin PI't \.1 ( .
LONDON , P11) 17-Tho weather his been
severe , but . ( lie demand for consumption has
not beemi active. Mlerl are using up their I
t stocks . There was a good lemanll fOr
: ! South \merlcun Ilrolucts , to cover ot better
. I'rles , which were otherwise umichmamiged.
. 'fhe weakness In the ( American flimmucluil
. Inalelnl
situation indirectly affected the imutuket .
'Vhle wheats were sparingly offered , Hus-
. sin sluippcrs were firma , hut the iiosltioii WI
\ posltol !
gemmeraiiy dull anti rnther cheerless. Parcels -
. cels quiet. Spots. sios' . lied winter 11\1
eels February anti March : Is. Flour ( ratio
was slow. .laize . late rates . about GII ( , 'iiti )
Wil lnlze. rtes.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ delrer tleinunth , Mixed AmerIcan , Iehinumiury-
arch. quote(1 at las In barley the f.II'mer
fair htlulry comitimtueui. Oats firm at full
t futes. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
, . JtE'II.W Ul 'I'IB : 1 NIISnm TU lm.
- . Very lul RII VnllltnclJlry . lurln the
' . . . .
l'lut.k.
lui/uNCIIESTE1 ( . Feb. 17.-I.ast week's
.
trade ' duhi amid .
wus nry .lul unsatisfactory .
, There . \\'as little bUsllcsl amid the Imll
'r were nlwl's ruinous. Time quantity of hUe 1
' , , Inchller ) ' end thut rUlnlng on half ( line Is
Increusln 'I'hte queston of 1 ! leral re-
11ucton or \\'acel after Easter Is being die-
p !
.
cussed. Such I reduction woul ] mean a
general lockout. 'rhere was no changes In
- the nominal Iluotltons of yars ehlllls
anti distress Ialel Inade very irregular
- prices. 'fhe eOlltnllt cotton Inluslry Is
doing relatively much better ( bun the lint-
. Ish. ( - _ _ . _ _ _ _
.t
\ 'ro.1.1 lu Icstmrc-ctiumi
' SIOUX ALI.S , } "e1. I-Speclal-U. ( ) C.
Ffl'tse , 1 dry good merchalt In tub city ,
, 1111 secured 1 flatent upon nn invention
. . .hlch II 1 novel affair . H is un urrune-
J
.
-
ment which II burled with the body ot the
hot
Ileron lupJoe,1 to le dend. Shoul the
peeon come to life anti move n he would
surely do In electric bell on the oulsido Of
the grave \oull ring and continue for forty.
eight hour . 11lrln which time the un for-
tUllto IJeron could ! e relieved . An nil
tnhl ( Is nile atache.l . to furnish nil for the
unfortunate person to breathe whlo In the
gromunti . The undertakers of this city Bay
that the Invention II n : practicable one
- -
. . .
NJWl.IM..IMi J.V 0.1 L(1"JIiVI.1 ( .
SUID Thtre to 8ponll the Winter anti Somu
to I.ocute.
LOS ANQlTES . Feb. 8.-MII ( Corre-
spondcnce-Tho ) carload of clothing and
Provisions shipped from Lon Angeles 1 day
or two ago to Lincoln , Neb , for the suit-
ferers from the 11routl In that state , was
gotten tp throuJh the personal efforts of
Colonel Henry : Osborne of tIme Evening
Express . aided hy his paller. The olces of
the gpresR were the ware rooms of the
contributions for n large part oC the time .
the sacks of potatoes dried fruits . clolhhlg
anti bundleR of bemhfing ' { . shines anti other
like. portables were staelce tip In the cube.
One of the most cheering letters of the whole
effort wan that received from T. I. Duzan .
the freight In < passenger agent of the liur-
hington toitti' . which waR ns folo\s :
InJlon ANlH I.I'S. : Jaim. 2i Ib9 . -Colonel 1.
: Osornt President { \'enlnl Express .
City : Dear Slr-l see In this nmornlng's
lernh I a card frol Mr. John : I. Crlwle ) ' .
nSlltllt general freight ngent Southern
Ineilc comnpumuty 11lrcs , e,1 to you , offering
In hehalf of the company he represents to
transport from Los Angeles to Ogden . free
of charge . contrlhuton for thl stiffening
pcople ) of Nebraska. lie says he calnot
Nlleal for the ( lines cast uf Ogden , anti also
lint ( his or r cover only one carload , 1
desire to Ray for the Burlington route that
we wil transport flee from Denver any
such contributions which our connections
wi deliver free of charge to us nt lint (
point . ho It one carload 01' fifty. Our rel-
ulnr freight train service frm Denver Is
faRter tItan Cnlorlin pasemmgei' train serv-
ice hut If necessary we wi give thes con-
trlhutons special expedited , service. These
shlpmelts can go via either Southern 1n-
chic or Sllta AO . \Ve will talus care of
them from Dcm'Cr , The IurlnJton road ,
ml\le the state of Nebraska Inhaltnble , antI ,
we mire reldy and anxious to ali her people
In distress. I have wired our general I
,1streps. .
frclilmt agent lt Onmhrl to wlro authority
tr hoth SOltherl 1lcllc anti , Snll\ Fe to
bill these shlpmelts I ) . II. over our lines.
Yo \'s. truly , T. H. IU'ZAN
relght and Passenger Agent .
11\1 lalenJer .Aent.
Besides securing the 10ntlIhutons of SUII-
lilies . there was a consllelhlo sum of cash
sent to time gXllrss. TIthe amount agAre-
gated over $30. I WIR forwarlpl to the
relief commitee lt Ltncoln the idea I being
that I haul beNt ho Ufe,1 , to buy coal near
( lint place ) utndei' tIme 1,1vUltlgCOUS condi- ,
tmt .
tom ! ( liSle . than to speml It for other neces-
caries here. Thieve were I lumhel' of mcet-
Ilgs helIon the matter about the city
Imong tIme former Nebrnumkatis . n 11 the
\Vomtmtm's Hllef corps of tIn' Grnll Army
of the lteputblic . anti the Sons of Vetemnims .
nt which there were preent n imumbor oC
slcahcers anti mich money waR rnlel.
sllealcrli boneekcn . n contractor alt ! ul11er
of Omaha. II In Phocnlx.rlz. . . looking
over the cOlntl ' timere with I view of
lot'ntumtg In thnt place
10Cntng 1 Heldlclc of Omnha has transferred -
ferred hll interests In Los Angeles In time
meiil propert . line to the Nebraska 11\1
California Heal Estate company , I colonl-
zatlomi company recenlr formed , comprisIng -
znton lmber of Nebraska capttaiists. 'rho
!
coni4luleratiofl mentolod In the Iced Is
conRhlernton
$ $115.1G lr. Heltlek has recenty made
some notnhlo Improvements to his property
In time northwest section of the elty.
Three familes have arrIved by wngon at
E,1I , ' . N. J" to locate In the Pecos vlle ' . ,
The palt ) . was from Chllrn , Ne ! I
, ' . . ] ' .
comprised F. O. Messenger nn family
I.V. , Eddy . and Hcv George \ < . Hemle
and \ flml ) ' . Time later came to take
charge of the Baptist church nt E'II ' ) ' .
They came IW Grcely Pueblo Trhnithnd .
T.as : VegaF anti Itosweli. They will tithe
farmR. and go to work on Irrlgatel . land.
Calltaln N. P. I.lleen , Clayton Blrgess
and A. LIIgren of York . Neb. . have ar-
rivet at Eddy , N. M. to locate on Inlls
In that valley. They were In that country
about two months ago , and selected their
lalls at that time.
j. P. Burnett oC Greenwood . Neb. . has :
arrived In Whittier. Cal. . near Los An-
geies , with his household anti farm stock
Aeles
and effects pacltcI In I car whloh he char-
te'e,1 , to carry them amid his family through
to California. In one end of the car were
two line driving horses and 1 cow : In the
center were ' crateS e0ta1n'ng thoroughbred
Pohanti-China pigs , and stacked ahove
them were crates of ehlclcens anti n ! nl-
teso family cnt. A farm wagon . road
spring wngon. tall buggy bale hay and
furniture filled the balance of the cnr.
Seven families accompanied , them to make
their homeR In southern Cuiifornla . Five
of these families went to Bisinore In
San Diego county . where they will locate
.
pcrmancmttiy.
!
H. D. Estnbrool of Omaha one of the
owners of' thc Alice mine at Perrls , Cal .
recently mine. visited this country inspecting his
H. Inrtwlelt of Douglas county. Ne-
braska , Is visiting Lancaster . Cal. . with n
In that .
view of settling placo.
C. H. Trent. wife anti daughter of Edgar .
Nob. . are In Los Angeles and say they intend -
tent remaining permanently.
N. A. Coleman , George Iloss George
Keefer Jacob Stutsman . Frank Barker and
George Colemnaum together with their fam-
( lies . have arrived In Santa Ana from Lin-
coIn Neb. . and say they wi make that
place their home
\V. L. HN of Long PIne , Neb. . Is visit-
Ing southern Cnlifornia. .
! r. and ! Is. J. Hoxlo of Lincoln Neb. ,
are visiting friends nt Santa Ana wih
whom they are pas31ng the win tel' .
time D. coast. W . Iluffs of Lincoln , Neb.1 Is visiting
.
I'BSTJnS I'RNSIOYS.
\'etcrul or the Lale'ar Relemberod b.
III crnernl ( overmemnemmt.
WAShINGTON Feb. J7.-Speclal-Pen- ( )
slons granted . issue oC February 6. were :
Nebraska : Orlgiumal-Wiiliamn F. Con-
well . Nellgh . Ammteiope Incrense-Henry
C. Lewelng.Yestern. . Saline : James F.
Beezle ' . Omaha DouHlns. Original wid-
ows etc.-Charlotte Day Ltncoin Lan-
clster : minors of Joseph J. Johnson1 Bar-
1ln. Richardson ; ( reissue ) Mary E. Wilt ,
Lincoln Lancaster.
Iowa : Orlglnnl- fton J. PI'lngle. Knox-
yule . Marion : William Cunnimmg . Ciarintla
J Page. _ Additional-Marvin . . W. ! _ Hlwl ! , l.
' ; ( JroveVrlgmlt 'ivItuiam J.
Eagle urove.rlrl : Wiiam , . Jiutimmay .
Ireton . Sioux ncrease-John Erb , Keo-
huh . Lco. Original widows , etc.-Ada E.
North. Iowa City Johnson.
Colorn : Orlglnal-Fmncls B. Chaplin .
Stonewall . Las Atmimas. Original widows .
otc.-Ireno J. Frost Denver , Arnpnhoe.
Wyoming : Increase-Wiiiiain W. Lane ,
Cheyenne Lnramle.
Montana : OrhInnl-Thomas A. Blain ,
Diumond , Chty1 - llelghel' . ,
Ileim'y l.fl9 tl ' 'sn e"til
HOUSTON To ) " Fe ! 17-Local stockmen -
men estimated ( lie present cell spell will
cause 1 25 per cent loss a- on elt tc.
Karl's Clo\er Root , time great blood purifier
gives freahness all clearness to the complexIon -
!
Ion and cures constipation : 25c , 50c , $ .00.
Sell by Oooln.an Drug Co.
c
hI'E.tTiIIJt POIIJW.IST .
Fair , Probably ; Slightly Cooler In Soutllrn
1.1111' ( 4 Ir : c'brakut.
WASh INGTON . Felt . 17-For Nehrnsl <
Fair : probably Ilghty cooler In southern
northwest wummds
Ilorton :
Ir I I\hissotini-Fair : cooler In the vicinity I
of Knnsls City : luthwest winds . becoming
northwcsterl' .
For lown-I"nlr ; slightly cooler : northwelt
\In s.
\ For I South Iakota-F'air : northwest winds .
winds For Kansas and Coiorado-Fair : lorthwest
1.11,1 UN'or" .
OFFIE OF TiE WENlJEH BUREAU .
O : IAl\ , I eh. 17.-0mnhl record of toluper-
perature 111 rainfail . counparetivltli the
t'orrespontiimmg tiny of the iust : four rears :
895. Ib91. 1SI3. 1&92
Mox'tntitfl temperature . 45 40 37 f4
1ax'mum f
1Inimlm ienmpermttlmmo . . 21 22 t 27
Average temperature . . . : i ; 3t 28 O
Pr\cl11taton \'cru . . . . . . . . .0 .OJ 'I' .0
CO\llon of tomllerture an,1 , preclplntol
"t Onmhu for the day amid since : llroh 1 ,
'gal I :
Normal temperature . . . . . , . . . . . . . . '
gXCI'SH for the . In ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Normnl Imreciittation ( . . . . . . . . . . .03 Inch
Delcltnc ) ' for the ( .Iay . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Ileh
'l'otnl preclplnton Ilnce Marel 1 16.fo Inches
'lotnl
Uelceney ) ( since March 1. . . . 16,21 Inches
1I'I'ur' rruU (1101 Ht.t014 'u K I' . ' , I ,
' 0
"
i
"
U" . "
.
(4 ( -
' STATIONS . cB 5 0 e. F ) TTE or
B . _ . : : % VIATiJiIit .
_ _ _ i : a " ' e 1 1
Om al u. . . . . . . . - 45 - ( Clear =
Norlhl'lnlu" . . . 3' U .on Char .
\allnIIO. . . . . . 10 4U T ( ' lear.
Chlculo . . . . . . . : 10 .11 Smiowietg.
! nowlnc.
SI. Lotus . , , , . , . .
Lnll. . . . . 3U 42 .OU Cloudy .
SI. l'.itu. . . ' . . . . 24 : U .01 Oold .
Uavenpor ' o . . . . at : : : ' Cloudy .
11111 City . . . . 42 4 .01 Partcoudy .
Doamyvr. . . . ) . . . . 3K 4U ( .IU Ilrlcoll
Salt Lake City . . . . 28 32 .UU 011. .
"
Sul lalIICI CI . ) . . . . 21 :1 : 42 .uo Clolt ) ' .
hicit'out . . ) . . . . . 31 4 : T COIU .
hismuarch . . . . . . :6 : I T Cloudy .
SI. \llcoa\ . . . . 2 20 .04 Clear. )
ChCQIIO. . . . . . . 21 3 : i , & .OU Clar. I'lricloud ) ' .
MI.w CI ) . . . . . 34 3t .00 Clew ' .
. !
" : ' -eliol. . . . . . 4 : U .00 I'artcloutly ; .
- IUdlli trace or IH'lllllon.
_ . L A. W 1.I. Obbcryer .
.
-
- - - - -
o- ' -
TiE FIELD OF ELECTRICITY
Gradually Acvlnoing on the Domain of
Steam Locomotivcs.
IN BRANCh LINES AND TUNNELS
Trlnsn\s810n or I'n'orovellcs In Motors
-An Artesinim Welt Idea-Lila : or
-.n ArtcsllU01 Ile\-Ufo
lectrhut Muchllcr.-Chcllll
T lllllolC .
The successful competition ot electric street
car lines with the steam railroads In sub-
urban tramo Is now n well known fact So
serious have the 10JslS or the latter been In
this field , says the Boston Transcript lint
two years ago the Boston antI Ialn railroad
officials were considering a lllan of substiut-
lug electricity for steam on several oC their
Ihcrl lines , while the Old Colony road Is
known to have contemplated a similar mon'
ment. The consolliaton project , since con-
summttell , was very likely the cause of the
110stponement or the enterprlsc.
In his stntcmenl before the railroad committee -
mittee of the ieglslature In the winter ot 18D2 ,
lresllent Choate , of the Od Colonr road ,
stated thai he was In favor of aim amellment
or the laws so that ( all rairoad companies
might be alowed to expcrlment with electricity -
tricity as n motve power. Ito added that
the generating of electricity for power from
coal was the most eonomical use oC the letter -
ter , whie Its use In lie slenm locomotve was
the most wasteful
But lie Now York . Now Haven anti Ilart-
ford , road was lot behind the other two roads
mentoncll In the matter . ( or-as stated at
the tmo by a blgh officer of the compan-
whcn Inereaslr.t Its through line to four
tracks , two of tmemmm were contruclCl with a
view to the ( Use of electrIc traction at soimme
timne.
tme.
In England the opinion of railroad man-
agcrs Is turning In favor of the use of electricity -
tricity for traction on alt railroads. The
record of the operation or electric locomo-
tns there has now exteJ.1.d ever . t suncent
tlnme-simico the opening of the city all South
.ondon ( ( underground ) electric railways . No ,
vember 4. 18DO-lo show electric locomotves
( used on this road instead oC motor cars ) to
10 superior In economy amid equal II relia-
bity to steam locomotives.
ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES.
mectrlc locomotives Ire thU9 far so few
that It seems Justifiable to melton fame
oC those under construction . and others that
have been designed for a lefnle service . In
order to show that the use oC this kind of en-
gine Is now viewed by practical antI qualified
engineers as a mere experiment , but as the
begInning of a great Industry.
SInce the work on the locomotive for the
Dalimore & Ohio railroad began at Lynn
Iass. . thc Thomson-Houston Electrical company -
pany has furnished the machinery for two or
marc Iccomnotives which have been constructed -
structel at flaltimmmore . also for use In the new
bell line tunnel "ho power house Is not yet
compieted. however and the electric traction
Is not to be In full
system likely ful operation
much before spring.
The exterior form or the new locomotive
Is nearly the same ns of that previously men-
tonel as having ben exhlblel at the Colum-
bian fair. The mountng consists of two
rocks ( of two axles each amid four motor ' ,
of the gearless type-one to each axle-sup-
ported by sprIngs of such form that the trucks
are free to adjust themselves to curves The
motors are of 200 horsepower each. The
entire weIght of the locomotve Is at least 100
tons amI Its tractve force some 1.200 horse-
power. I Is ' fitted wIth air brakes the air
being supplied by a email auxiliary motor In
the cab. I Is said that the speed may be
varied from the slowest movement to above
forty miles an hour.
Recent information from Europe shows
that electric locomotives are becoming rivals
of the steam machine , not only for tunnels
but on the long . lines of surface rairoad\
Some two years ago the Helmnn locomotive
was placed" 'n the tracks ns nn experiment ;
and It has proved so satisfactory that once
of tIme older railroads Is reported to have
ordered several of these engines constructed
for its use. This machine however Is not
properly an tlectrlc locomotive . as It carries
the usual boiler and engine to run the lyn-
anl that furnishes current for operating the
motors whIch give motion to the wheels on
the track. There Is said to be great ! all
In this form of locomotve In time steadiness
oC movement derived from the electrical bat-
ance.
Late scientific journals In Lenten report
that ( one real at east ] has posiively adopted
electric traction . This Is the Parls.Lyons
and Mediterranean railway . which according
to the L0110n Engineer Is now bulling
clxty electric locomotives , each capable of
per drawing hour 800 tons at n speed of fifteen miles
A UNIQUE MOTOR.
An altogether unique locomotive ( or ten-
tier has been leslgel for the North Side
Passenger railway , a street line In Chicago.
There Is n double track section of ole-hal
mie on this road In Ito heart of the city .
over whIch Il Is necessary to run Its cars
but on which the company can not obtain
trolley privileges. Twenty-five cars nn hour
It Is estimated . will pass over this section In
the busiest portion of the day . If the proper
means of moving them Is established. Steam
Is evidently out of question . while the great
number of horses required for the transfer
must greatly interfere wIth other users of
the ( streets. To effect a passage over this
powerless hai mie In the reahest anti most
l ohlc"tonable manner. there has been de-
vised - an engine conslslng or truck bearing
240 storage bal cry cells . antia _ small motor ,
only sulclent to switch the truck Iselr , On
arrival at the enl of the troliey . the car has
a truck coupled on behlnl : and the conducting
wires from the batteries. being _ massed . arc
connected wIth the electric con < lctors oC each
car . so that ( the motors are operated by the
battery current instead of that from an over-
heal wire. Forty trucks arc consilered nec-
essary for this service.
I the railroads see fit to introduce the
trolley on the long lines on their own roadbed -
bed . the passeuger ( the only other party
concered ) . will certainly make no objection :
for the ( substitution wil free him from lie
serIous annoyunce of smoke cinders and- '
to a large extent-from dust and noise.
'Vlh the recent Improvements In storage
batteries and other apparatus for storage
traction . there seems to bo no justification
for inflicting on our cites elter ) the electric -
trio trolley or . worse yet steam for oper-
ntng any It 111 of a road-surface. unler-
ground or overhead.
lint It Is not so certain that the present
steam railway companies arc to ba driven
out of the passenger business. They have
one great advantage over their prospective
rival anti lint Is the possession of a right ;
of way and a laid track that Is all theIr own ,
They are subject to few of the InconvenIences -
Iences that arc Inseparable from operating
a railtoati on a public railway or through
the ralcoa , , streets of n city . This wi
enable them to alopl the trolley on railroads
connectnl cites anti run trains at a higher
rate of sliced and with fewer obstructions
be tIme ordinary
than cars can run on orlinary
trolley line . Anl speed and cheapness are
the elements lint ( will tel In the end
TRANSMISSION OF PO\EH.
The first of the big dynamoa to transmit the
power from Niagara fall has been set up on
its base In the power house alongllde the canal
Is
that takes In water front the rushing river
just a little way above the horseshoe fail ,
I la of the modesl capacity of 6,000 horse.
imover unl embodies the .two-phaso" plan
of the latest briiant electrical Inventor ,
Nlkola 'Fesia Meatutiumme . DuIlio Is growIng
excited , and Is already hotly engaged In a discussion -
cuss Ion over rates power lines . ele. But
there are already a great many plant In this
country at work sending power over overll
mies of wire One manufacturing company
alone has lately Instaled about ten "poly-
phase" IIIant8 for this work and has aa many
more going hum . The San Antonio ( Cal )
Light alI Power company has been ( rena-
mltng power n distance of thirty miles lt
10.000 volta some years It recently tested
Its ability over a nlnety- mll circuit with
perfect success. The Roaring Forlc I Electric
Light and I'ower company has hen transmit-
( log power four mlea for six years. The '
Gold King Mining company transmis 1.000'
horie-power ten miies . The Sutro company
has been transmitng 30 horse-power some
four ml ' for five years Six or the wheels
here work under I heal of 1.6S0 feet and one
wheel under I head of 2.100 feet. ' 'bll Is
four times the ( height of the \llhlngton
inonunment A Dazzle with a tip one.hal
- -
- - - -
Inch Indlnter gives 100 horse-power on the
water wheeh Thus Heland ! ( ( I , ) Electric
LIght and Power conlJW has been transmitting -
ting about 800 horae-powr nigh and day for
the past year n dlstaie ot reven m'les ' : total
expense for repairs ( luring that time , $10. $ I
would do a mulch larger busines IC there
were mora calls for the power. The l'orthnd
plant transmits power from the Willamette
falls to Portlanti . Ore , fifteen mie ! . The
Coeur d'Alene plant has been running sue-
cestuly for three years . supplying the town
Q Uurke , Idaho , with lght ( and power. The
Slandarll MInIng company has been transmi- (
ting light anti power n distance oC thirteen
mies for nearly three searS. The Caroline
Mining company , near Ito ( summi or Mount
Snemes , Cal , In the region or perpetual snow .
has been supplell with light anti power for
the Past four or five years tram n waterfall
four mIles below ThIs ! II\lne cannot be operated -
ated with tucctS b' any other mactimed . I
lf )
wou"l be simply ImpossIble to enumerte all
the other new schemes for electrical water
power transummisslomi some oC which are now
II ( shape , Eke that at Austin , Tex Whie
many of them will be succcBsful , others are
, loole,1 , to sharp ralure , for various reasons
nol the least of which Is the uncertainty or
the low and the certainty of seasons of
.Irouth.
.Irouth.NOVEl.
NOVEl4 EI.ECTIC IAn.WA Y.
The demand for a light and Incxpensl'e
form of electric rlw,1 becomes daily more
pronounced , amid \'nlous wars of meetlg It
are being tried. . \ Mayweed . Ill. , a frm of
tn Plato manutaclurers are using In their
factories an electric loeomotlvo derh'lng Its
Propelling po\\'e from n storage battery. . The
locomotve Is five fet In length , thIrty Inches
In width nail forl-our Inches In height Its
weight Is about ,000 pommntle. The baler ) '
consists or twent-four cels ami Is charged
on the premises from a generator , whIch Is
also used for sUPlllylng power to motors running -
ning mnchlns In various portons oC the
plant. The locomotve has displaced ( hnnd
labor In pulling , smal cars 10alle with tl
platt from one part of the factory to nn-
other. The 111ant cons sts or I number of tie-
taehe builditigs . and the mallude of the
operatons compelel the alollton , oC some
sort ot mechanical 110wel In transferring the
heavy Immaterial betwecn the several depart-
ments. This Is one Inttrestlng variaton ( from
old Ideas. Another Is In what appears to be
suecessCul operation at Waterport N. Y. I
Is a cross.country line . but emplo's storage
batteries also The track has a slnglo T
ri , with two guide rails elRhteen Inches (
apart running horlzontnlr beneath It. The
car Is provldel with two wheels In the ( centcr , :
bearing on the T rail . wal four guide wheels '
depending from the car rrme running horI-
zontaly \\Ih bevel edges upon the rails.
The use of these guide nails and wheels Is to
keep liD car In aim upright Position when
statonary or running slowly ammti to ( prevent
Its lea\lng the track This Is further aided
by the under flanges on thc guIde wheels
The car In Ino Waterport has fifty cels of
storage battery and a five her e-power motor.
'he car weighs four tons empty Inl will seat
twenty-Caul lssengers. On a recent trIal
trip It carrel twent-thrc passengers at
nineteen mies aim hour at nn expenditure of
three anti one-hnlr horse power of energy
and as a result contract has IOW been given I
for four miles across a rural region. J that
agan : proves practical some forty mies are
to be equipped. The ordinary structure Is a
row of single posts twelve anti one.hal feet
above the surface with fifteen feet at high-
ways anti eighteen at railroads. The exten-
sions are to use water power. I Is evident
that the problem of such light roads presses
for solution anti that electricians are likely
to fnd plenty of work In this Ilrecton as
well ns In handling cnvertel steam roads.
A NOVEL IDEA.
Tn a few places artesian wells are utilized
to run electric light . plaimts . and It has \
boon suggested lint I reversal of the Idea
might be useful In etablshlnt motor plants
to operate pumps by means of which water
could be widely dlstrlbul In arid regions.
A GOO-foot well can' 'o unlc for $1,500. I
takes 27.54 gallons or wler to cover nn acre
ono Inch deep. A I5-hor power motor will
pumll 7&0 galons I ml.tuto and rise the
water fIfty feet. Seven hundred and fifty
galons will cover forty 'hcres one Inch deed
every twenty-four hours , -or 280 acres every
week. One well will fmnlsh ; water during
the Irrigation season , frorl May 1 to August
31. to cover 280 acre seventeen Inches deep.
This Is an abunlanr for almost any cr01)
and a great deal m r than most crops re-
Quire. The water could be' pumped Into n
ditch or reserolr. ' 'ho well could be sunk
where most convenient . os the power comes
- Jwer
to It by wire from- the central staten or
power house. One thousand-horse power will
run fifty-six 15-horse power motors and will
alow 15 per cent loss for transmission of
power from dynamos to motor. The lines for
transmission , including poles wires , etc. .
would cost from $8,000 to 10000. Thus
1,000-horse power would furnish an abunlance
of water for fifty-six times 280 acres , or 15,680
acres . about twenty-four and one-hai sec-
( ions . at a cost not including ditches and
reservoirs , of about $160,000 . aery little
over $ tO an acre. The total operating expense -
pense Is estimated at about $1 an acre for the
season Where lighting plants or trolley
roads are running It should ! e easy to get
the power current for the motor.
LIFE OF ELECTRICAL MAChINERY.
In putting up a new plant of any kind I the
purchaser Is anxious to know how long It will
last , emi an average so that allowance can be
ma < e for depreciation . sinking fund and other
items of maIntenance and renewal In con-
neeUon with loans from the ( English local
! OVerllent board to municipalities for elee-
trlr lighting purlloses It Is interesting to not
that the conclusions Irrl\el at . after laborious
investigation of the probable life of various
electrical appliances , are that eleclrcal : meters
are good for five years , storage batteries for
eIilmt arc lamps for ten . boilers and InsulatIng -
lug lalns for fifteen , engines and dynamos
for twenty , bare copper mains and culverts
for forty anti buildings for sixty. After strl- ;
Ing an average It has been deeJle to lend
for forty years on haimda buildIngs . culverts
and bare copper mains , and for twenty yeJrs
on other apparatus. The rule arrived al
seemed to be rather an arbitrary enl , as the
different classes or apparatus vary so largely
among thienmseives. 01 Insulated mains , )
Instance , . . rne . of course under the healing
of insulated unaimus but It would be asurl
to estimate their life aB low as the life of
10st other insulated conductors In fact
they seem to bo on n par with the bare copper -
per mnains the only factors of depreciaton to
be reckoned with being the Iron pipes. I I
10 bo noted that overhead wires do not figure
10 fgure
'In this Ecale. They are notoriously short-
lived . antI moreover. are not allowed as n
eneral thing In Englautd ] . which . a a result .
Is still woruly behind In many branches of
the electrical art.
TELEOHAPI LIFE ON THE FRONTIER .
Cowboys have long found I a favorIte diversion -
version to mnlto a mark for their revolvers of
the glass Insulators ( on telegraph hues : In-
diana have etolen the wire and woodpeckers
antI , ants have attacked the ( hioles but there
are eOlctlnes other drawbaclcs Albimquerque
N. M. . like lauy other fronter stations , was
the scene of strange experiences In the early
days of telegraphy. Mr. C. M. BaIter the
well known superlntel.4ent of time Postal Telegraph -
graph comnpaliy . tells of a hair hour replete
with new sensatons ( that ( he once passed
In that neigIiborIiooti ' About that perod : it
perol I
fell to his lot , while -pch truetng ( new lines .
to arrange for right of way privIleges. This
was often n tedious al,11 comparatvely uneventful -
ventul tasl" , hut 01. this ( occasion the monotony -
notony was relieved , y ; nn entirely novel
program Mr Baker ball encountered a batch
of Inlians of the toughest type As Sven as
he stated his terms they Jumpl on theIr
itorses and with unear1hly yells began careen-
lag al full speed arou\1 'the baggage car In
which Mr. Duler Eat Ilon In the desert and
tired tImOr : sJx.shooter alternately In the air
and under Ito ( car , thlnltlng to "talte n rise
out of the tenderfoot , " . and to scare him Into
a better bargain at tIme.same . timmie . Mr Baker
however lit a cigar. plaqidiy went on amok-
hog and loke,1 as It hel had been yearning
for that sort or tllni , from childhood . When
the Indians saw It was of no use hey again
came down to bargainng ! anti . eventually ,
! I. Baker mare a satisfactory settlement .
though he confesses for awhie he regarded
appearances lS deal against him.
NEW USE O\ ELECTRIC LIGhT
In Berlin the use ot glow lamps attached
vehicles and time horses drawing them Is
now so common lS to excite no remark The
lamp Is enclosed In 1 silvered reflector . and
18 fed from a somali ' .aler of accumulators
carried on the vehicle The wIres are en-
close In smal gutapercha tubes . sewn to
the harneas and made exceedingly flexible .
The battery consists of four or six plates
having I capacity of twenty IIJere hours.
I la convenienty earrle,1 under the coach- .
man'a aea ( . The iustraton shows only one
of the numerous adaptations of the electric
lght for this 11urlloae ; other may easily
\ Imagined.
, -
- -
nmRC1AL AND FINANCIAL l
-
Wheat Bu1s Placed ( Their Faith in Smn1
Fnrmers' '
StOOKS.
CORN IS COMING IN TOO FREELY
Tlnt Cereal UrOllllrl Ilto Its Nutnr.ll
SecoJelar ) ' I'u llun suet lrcRlo 'calt
In S'mllithy with ' .hieat-
lu.lng ( 'rIces .
CIIICACIO Fob . 16.-The markets were
weak , wheat more especially 10. Com- I
bared with the closing rates of yosiertiny .
wheat Is about lc lower , coin % c lower
onse lower and 11rovlslons 10c dowut .
The faith of the wheat bulls restet upon
I foullnton , of trust . II the estimates of
smll reserves II ( fal.mers' hmnmmtls . antI tIme
11rcsent rates of rccelllR , tellllg to ( littler-
mlno the belief cnused tIme selling of 10uS
wheat , which preclplntcd touhay's decliume.
Corn IR coining In too freely for tIme
Imoult wanted for Shl1111lg 11110Sl'S. anti
pro\lslol ! tune feelng Ito effect of the
heavy receipts of hogs. At Ito opelhl !
the whent market trcIlers 1001ce for about
2.0).OJ bum II receipts . . but It quickly
flced about 111 becaileelit. . Mny wheat
ollenol with buyers at t'i4c' all some sales
itt the same tme lt &fl1.c . Before forty-
lIve mlnutcs of lie Iesllol haul gOle ! ) ' It
win / tOWI to 2c. rite wealmCfS was the
outC0l0 of the Ilcrense In the receipts nt
Irlmlry , Ilrltets this . ueek . Iclll to ( the
Jolef that tIme II.e\'loul failing elf In ( lie
mlrltct wits eltl'el ' Ihe l'cIult of the sc-
\'cl'e wemuhmer anti not of 11 ' Rcm'elt In
Il'st htauttls . 'fho foreign nmarkets were
nbout stead ) ' . Belhlos the hlcl'cnslng prl-
ninny mlrlt receIpts the quite immoderate
export clelrnncel were ! cwse ! I Intel' uf
disctmuragemnemmt . Brl < Rtreet's stltelllts
uf weelclY clearances of wheat 1\1 101'
f'om 10th coasts showed n totnl ( of 5,572,000
bu. this week . of which 1.WOO ] ( itt. went
from the l'ai'iiic Ride. 'Ihe'ester Ilrl-
many mnrlelR reeelvel a total of 107 P00
Inl. . aAnlnst : ! .oJ bu. 0 : the connespoimmlhig
duty of last ) 'eal' . Export , elenrnlcel ni
the Atanto lenbonrl for Ito twent-four .
hours II wheat Ind lour together were
225,000 bu. 'flip feature ! ' ,
: .0 'il of lie I'Ilng was
the freedom uf the selling. Luumg wheat
clInic out Irt ( II lange lots alt that on-
eottragcti the , ' ,
coUlgc,1 ( sCllllni crowtl to add to
their offenimmge . thus swellng < tIme ' \Hltty
for sale to nnxtont which cnused 1 fur-
ther ( ! relit 10 52c. 'fhe Inter price was
touche,1 lout tel minute" fl'um the "Ius !
and was \lrtuII'ii i'ecove-lcC ; 1" , - - the
latest trading being lt 2c.
Corn dl'opped Into Its natural secondary
positon ) ( toll ) ' Ild Lccnmo wenl In ( sm-
Ilnth wih vhment. There were reasoims
renlOIS
other ( luau the , Irlil In wheat however for
corn soilng < own. The mo\'ement from
Country Ilolnts Is increased anti of the ( re-
coillts . now arriving hel'e n con hlorle
II.oporton Is bought to HO to stone the
shlppllg lemnl ] not being sulclent to
asorL"l all. Mmuy . which closeti yesterIIY
at from 44c to .I i5c . opened this < moring lt
Hc anti nt encl began to drop off more
leelleI , ) ' . J sold down to 4ht4c and , some
of It lt 44 l-lCc. Primary market receipts
were 31 .0 bu. . nglinst 39 .0 ] m. on the
corrcEponlnJ mlay of the year before. At
the decline shorts were said to be buyers
antI ( lie longs were selling.
Oats were 'ulte active anti met with avery
very Jood sale for Saturtlay. The feeling
was easy . Inllelced entirely by the action
of corn. The early marltet could be called
quite 11mm. Updlo WIK reporte,1 , to have
hought . quite freely . covering short snles.
May started , nt 29c. 1011 off to 25c . anti
closed at ( list prIce bill.
"he provision market was steady nt the
openIng but weakene,1 later In sympathy
with the wealmcss of the grain mnrltets.
Pork anti lar,1 were relatively Welitel' than
rIbs nod the prIce began to give way
pork closing with 1 net decline of lOc lard
7c anti rIbs off only 2u/c. Hog receIpts
2Yc.
were 22.0 totlay an,1 , the total receipts
for the week were 236,000 head. The receipts -
ceipts In the similar week a year ago were
130r0 heml.
Estimated receipts for Monday , : " 'helt. 30
cans : corum 326 cans ; oats 2 cars : hogs ,
.12,0 head. .
- The leading futures rungC as follows :
-Xrtcle . I Open. I ItizIl. I Low. I 01033.
- - - - -
.
Wheat.No 2
Feb. . . . . . . OglO 50 ' 40 4t $
MI3. . . . . . rai nmo : ' 2UG % 52)
July . a1) ) ( b4 a3 %
Corn No.2. : : : . ! 14 13J I :
;
Feb . . . . 421 ' 42 425 ( 42b
Mny. . . : . 443 441 ( 441c1a ! 44
.Ttily. . . . . . . 44k : 44 ; 44 44443 (
Oats No. 2. . .
Feb. . . . . . . . 27d ( 274 27 27
amay . 211 29 2R 289
Jumie. . . . . . . 28 28 28 } 281
Pork per bbi
May. . . . . . . . . 10 223.4 10 25 10 01 10 05
LaedIO0 lbs
May. . . . . . . . . C G21 0 G21 0 12 0 55
Short Ribs- .
May. . . . . . . . a 32I 5 32I 5 25 5 27t
Cash qtmotatonavere ( as follows :
FLOUIt-I'ntpnts , 12J.0t12.65 : Inter mltrnighuts ,
$2.001f2.50 ; spring Patents , 13.00113.25 ; tinkers' ,
eJ2.'O.
WIIIIAT-No. 2 sprIng , t2 ) itfOIc ; No. C spring ,
nominal ; No. 2 red. 49i4.fi5Oic.
COitN--No. 2 , 4ethc : No. a yellow. 4I'hf31114c.
OATS-No. 2 , 2cc ; No. 2 whIte , IlfJI2c ; No. 1
white. IO3ic.
ltYfl-No. 2 , 52i4c.
ilAfll.IOY-No. 2 , SOc ; No. I , 53fI544e ; No. 4 ,
53 ½ c.
FLAX sggD-No. I , $1.40.
rIMOTIIY SIEI-I'rimno , $3.t3.
l'ItOVISIONS-Mees pork , per bid. , hh0.OOiliO.I0.
per II lbs. . 16.00. Short ribs , elties. loose ,
(5.moljo.mI. Dry salted mmhoukleri' , trnxeh , $ i.62',1.tiJ
4.75 : short clear sities , boxed , 15.40(15.45.
WIIISKY-JJislIlers' Ilnislieti goods , per gal , ,
.7
.7The following were ( lie receipts mtnd slimpments
( clay :
ArtIcles. ReceIpts. Siilpmnon ( .
Flour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 12,000
\Vlmcn ( , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( ) 3,0(10 (
Coni , bum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112,0119 SitlOO )
Oats. 'atm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304,00i ) 1111,01w
, ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ) ) 4 .tdOi (
tanley. ( ho. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,000 0,0110
On the Pro iumca c'coluanti tol'ty tlm bitter mimer-
( cot was sicumtiy : creamery , 1'2el'23jc ; dairy , I )
tO2Oe. Eggs , ( ; 231.t23Jc.
NEW ) .OI(1C ( tlCNIIlttL CitltKiiT.
Closing ( ijimotatlomiti nit ( lie I'rlnelpat Corn-
uummahltle. mimid ittiples.
Nl"iYOItK , Feb. iO.-FLOULI-Ilecelpta , 13,500
bbis. ; exports , 3,100 ImbIs. ; sales , 4,100 pkgs. ; dull
anti lower to sell ; city mlii patents , 14.00114.15 ;
city mIll chars , $3.25 ; MInnesota batters , $20011
3.60 ; spring how grades , $1.90 ; spring , txtra , $1.85
112.15 ; winter patents , 12.50113.15 ; winter straiglmta ,
* 2.31112.75 : wInter extra , 11.00132.2) : winter low
grades , 11.00112.25. b'otmtiiern ( ( our , itoh' common
to fair extra , $ l,800i2.40 ; goal to choice extra ,
12,40112.15. ltye mlour , dull ; sales , 200. blils. ; superfine -
fine , 12.55033.1.0 ; fancy , * 2.70413.00. IluclCwlmcat
ilouir , , huil , l1.GSffl.75.
1iUClC\VIhiA'1'-NoaiInal.
COlON alt , i.-lmmli ; western , dull ; yehlouv
western , 11.0811mb ; Idramuiyuu'ine , (2.
ItVE-Itili ; car ioti' , 55c ; boat itiutle , & 55Cc.
hiAitl.EV-Neglt'cte.l ; No. 2 Milwaukee , ClfJClc ;
( wa-mowed. stale. Gmc ; L'aaiuiian , 70b 2'c. '
IIARI.Fv : MA bT-Noiultmai ; % 'estem ii , 70fJ7c ;
slx.rowcii. 73f7tc.
V'lilA'l'-Iteceiptt' , 3f/0 btt ; exports , 12,100 bu. ;
sales , 1,4'J0,04e1 liu , ( utuies , mMi ltu , epot. fpot
uveat.en ; No. 2 red , In store mind tlevtmtor , Sttc ;
afloat , 57c ; f. a. b. , % : No. 1 norIit'rn , CGio
del Ivere'l ; No. 1 hard , (7c , iei iveitil , Optictie
om.emti It slitilO steadier on ( ho & 0i,000-ium. increase -
crease 1mm ( lie weekly exiorts , but soil oft , ub'
mteiuc 11(1) ( ' tinIer active lIquidatIon , closing ss't'ali
itt ' ,11c net bee. Exporters ihil a nmo.ieniue (
iueln'es in ctmi'li wheat : No. I neil , l'ciim tInny ,
CIOM'd itt tOe ; Mtrcld , t6'ft.jGic ' , closed ( :
auui , 57 ll.lG415Sc , iLsed 5ic ; Juan eloet'd
57im5711o ; July , r.s 5.l6tOtic , elobel SSte ; Auttusm ,
tS11t0e. closed &Se ; teptt'atber closed 5se ;
liecemlier cloet ti Gle.
COltN-ltt'ceIpts , 1,200 bum , ; exports , none ; sales ,
170.000 iju , ( utum's ( Intl 10,000 lam. 51,11. li'ot
weak ; No. 2 , iSo inelevator ; seammmer ( nihxel , 417a
in elevator mind 4SIo delivered , Options followed
ivliea ( clomeiy immmd closed mit % tP,1.o net hiss. lug
esilmitatem , for tomorrow also lumped ( lie mullIng ;
l'ebruamy closeti at ISo ; May , 4Sti(1l8c , eloed
ill 4bt4o ; uiiy , 45j4lc , cioitu.l at 48c.
OATI4-ltecrlpt'I , lQ0 bu , ; expmis , 200 liii. ;
stiles , 0O00 mm. futures ItnI 21,000 liii , spot ,
i' ° t duui ; io 2 , 'Jaie : No. 2 tleliveted , 3ic ; No.
a. 33c ; No. I white , 'Jill3imlc ; No , I wIllIe , lOtte ;
( nick , whIte , 38(14c , OitfonC ( tUhet arid weakr ;
cloneit ( net iiedlne ; it'uim nary cloeeI it
33(1.e ( ; ltiarcim closetl UI 13c ; May , 131133'&c , cioteti
at 33e
hAY-Quiet ; btmlpping , 4StIQc ; good to choice ,
550i Wa.
liOl'H-Steady ; state commncum to choice. old ,
Ifilo ; now , C11llc ; I'uicillo conitI , old , 3',1.tih' ; note ,
SUlle.
lullEI4-Steiuly ; wet sailed. New Orlutins , so ,
iectttl. 45 (0 Cl lbs. , 4ljIc ; Teaus dry , 24 to 30
hi. ' . , itiltIc.
l.lIATlilli-Qulet ; solo , Buenos A'rce , lIght to
Imeavy , 14(411l7c. (
\VOOlr-Quhet ; , lomestic , l6028c pulled , lOfilic ,
l'ltoViI4lONi4-lmoer. sioui fanmuly , Sl0.0)OJlC.t0 ) ;
estuit mes , $1,5tP0.O0 ; beef humus. $17 ; macked ,
18.00(110.00 ; city india umiese , llO.OOlflS.U1. Cut
tuteatH. flrnm : tlettiel bellies , $3.tOfjtLQO ; Pickielt
bilotildeill , $4.71 ; plritieti hams. $8.tiJt0S.0. Pork ,
fairly active ; itew mee's. ull.2511l2.O0 ; ftuuuiiy ( ,
oli.Cuilll.tiO ; short cheer , $1300111100.
llhTTlli-Flrnm uet'sern dairy , iOlJllc ; western
creamery. 11(4 24c ivestern factory. 5h11t4c ;
gigins , Cic ; imItation crtitma.'ry. lOtilse ; state
dairy , lOtiCle' state crettmnery , 1311111c ,
c1IEi1sg.-utet ; large , ShIltic ; sinumll , 9(11i2c ( ;
part skims , 3B84cm full skims , mmftiitc.
iIiM-btcaIY ; state mtn.l . i'eanoyivdmnia , ICc1
Ice house , istilic ; western Irceim , 200J25c ; south-
era , 231t ii4'i1.c ' ; receIpts , 3,715 ikgs.
TAIi.OW-tuui ; city , 4'4e : country , 4c.
TUltl'iNTINFI-l\rm at C1t3i(4c. (
ItICE-ifteuti ) ' . domnustic , fair to extra , 4tJ
Cc ; span , 414(14e.
MOi.ASHI3-Heady ; New Orleans , amen ke ( .
lIe , good to choIce 330J38c.
OltANfllis-Nonmfnai ; Florida , $2.00Zj4.50 ; others ,
$3.25415.
l'fl'nltOlEl'M-NCmInuml ; i'nlted closed at $ l. ( . &
bid ; W'asltlngtoa , Ikls. , $ G.lOtii.10 ; bulk , 11.80 ,
ro'flnetl New " , 'rrlc , $4.01 , i'hlluuI1pimIit find Itch-
( ( more , (0 , l'lhiuitelphia anti iiaIumtuiC ( , bumlk.
13,03.
lPSIN-h'irm ; straineti , c'oninion to iool , $ l,9V
jhi.124.
ai13 i'Al.P-.rl Iron , quik't : ficotelu , $ l9.0'flitOd :
tmitnlenn , $0,5Oi3.8. Ce5.ier , I'uIet ; truleei s'
Price , $ .Th. liet1 , ateaibmokcr ; prIce , 13.4211. ,
t'iate's. nualket. wnk ,
00T1ON 5111:1) OlL-Immnctie at nmninalIy
uinc'Imammge.l . pi-Iues ; irImne crtmle , 22fl22'bc ; oil
Crude , 10f121c ; leirto suinnitr S'cllosv , bumtter
gmdes , : sOcOe ; primno wiultt' , SOIJaIC ,
OMt ( ( A ( IhiliiAL .iAllll5I' .
t'ommtiition of Trails tinti Juinhumtloiti on
'tthlfl muimil l'mumcy l'ro.luut'e ,
iltiTTllt-euhiej stock , Sc ; corniimetmi to fair ,
lOPlIc ; fair to good country , lUl2' c1 cimnho to
fnnc' , iHJhOe : gathierti Ct'eamntry , ISe ; Sdpaimilor
crcnmmmer , 10(32Cc ,
: ( , ( - ' . fresh lalti , 22IIhe.
3.1 Vii l'OttLTlt'-ChIckcns , , BIfiCe : dmteii , ( Cl
tiiikey , Cc ; liOsti' toimis , 5. geepe , Cc- ,
Dlt1ugl ) 1'OtlTRY-Cuifcktns , fair , CflC'1.c- ;
c-IioIc large , Gi(17e { ; choice Smmunll , SOuse ; ttttkeys ,
fair ( u goal , i.tlS'4c ; cliIc , ' lietvy , S'4Oe ' ( ; choirs ,
anmali , 1fl0i1.e ( : chicks , fatr tti gooih , 7'4t0e ;
( atte5' , ftili tlressel , 3(11Cc : gec-se. lair to good ,
7ttSc- : fancy , fumll tlreFm'di , ifi10e ,
tIAMII-iiltte it lag teal , er (105. , $ I.t(3l.s ;
gmeen u1ng teal , icr mioz. , $ l.BtIl.t'O ; , bick ,
niixetl , en mioz , , 11.00(71.23 ; caimvtestack , $4001 ?
5.00 : timnihitti. amai Fttl hush' , $2tCfI2.i ; small
rIibhts , TtcllI.C.o . ; jack ralblte , (1.25(31.10 ; 4.5tlIr-
Ic-I' , Goc- ,
\'tiAt.-ChioIo fat , 70 to ill lbs. , are quieted tmi
COlic ; huge mimid t'tnrse , I11ie.
1'IlliflSt-\'isconln full e'rcnnm , cuimuIr A. lIt ;
twIns , 1I1c ; Net.iaiia . nmii hewn , ( till ( reCtum , lit' ;
Ntiinnslti , anti Iowa maim t t'lcliii , ( I S ; Limo-
burger , No. 1 , lIc ; brIck , No. I , lie : twlts , No
I , lIe.
hi.Y-t'llniti Imay , $5 ; nihilnn,1. $0.80 ; boa'land.
IS ; use strati , ( C . Color mmmnkt ( lit' pm lee on 11)0' .
ltglmt shatles ccii ( lam beet , Only top grades
tiring tot' prices.
l'iUflONS-Old 1.hmtii' , ter thc.z. , 75c11l.t0.
lIT ltlli0.
i'O'i'ATOflSttgtenim uttocit , cat lots , ( Sc ; small
lots. Sec.
01.1) lIIANS-i innd-plclatl , navy , $ i.0072.00 ;
l.tiiun binmis , per Itt , , 51 c ,
ONIONS-On onuler , 01,00(31.10 ; per ImbI. , $2.Z
ElIot ) .
( ' .liItAflli-On orluus , Ce' .
CEliil'i'-l'er ( dci. , t.OilEOc ; CalifornIa , 0011
$1.00.
S\VlilIt' POTATOIS-aood stock , $2.50 ; lCsmm-
sums. 12.00112.25.
lililI'l'i--l'c-r lii. , $1.i0.
CAIltOT-i'er bbl. , $2.
( ' .i'1.ll'1.O\'lIl-1'er emate of a doz. and half
or ( tin , loz. . $2 23.
llouti't.it.'i : LlSli'er lie. , ( GTe.
l'AltgNll'ii-l'en bid. , 12.
ltt'l'.ii.'ii.S- lit. , lC.
1'AitiI.my-l'er : , loz. litinchee , 13c.
vu ' I ( N I I 'S-I 'or ill. , $1.80.
Sl'lN.t.Cll-l'er ltd. , $380114.00.
l'iE i'LANT-l'er tlos. , 8Cc.
FltPlTiO.
I'IiABS-\'inter Neills , none.
AI'I'l.1-Ciitico stotk , $ I,001i.7 , , .
( iltAl'lS-Concoitt , none ; Cialagas , per 6. to
CS.lb. td > t. , rr'ss. $ t0.O5l10.0.
1'ltANtiIltIlES-Jerseys , fancy , * 11.00(311.80
Icr libl ,
TllOI'ICAL FltulTg.
Olt.Nqlig-ttmtIuts ( ( , tIer t.o' , * 3.75111.00 ; Call-
formula. navels. Pro ; m'eetlimmgs , $3.
ltNANA5-'liolcp stock , (2.00(32.50 tier btmiciu.
1.i11.IONS-Mcsslams. sIzes 200 to 360 , choIce ,
$3.25 ; famicy , $380414.00.
M1SCILLANEOUS.
OSYTllt0-Meiiumii , per can , ICc ; horseshoes ,
20c ; extra stimui.Iartts , 21c ; extra selects , eSc : c'ttn-
lnito. stIects , 2Cc : New Yo'k ' coumntm' , lOc ; bulks ,
stanilnml , per gud. , $ l.iO.
N1W tlGS-lxra : ( fancy , ICc ; fancy , lie ;
choice , 12(31St' : Citlifonruin. ( age , Sc.
luoNmv-Nett' : 'a'ork. ISc ; think , 14l13c ; ( 'all-
forum , iCe ; sraiael , 4 to 10-lb. cans , lien lb. lOt' ,
M..i'li SY1tI'l'-Gutllon jugs , ler do. , $12 ;
ltixl , . 5gaI. ctiiuut. $3.
NtTiO-Alnionls. lIe ; llnglisim walmmtmts , soft-
shelled , 12c ; standaris , lOc ; tllberts , sliCe ; itrazul
nuts , Sc.
s.ugit XRAST-Ciitmiee ) shiite , ter bll. , $ i.80(3
5.00 : et'r f lil. 12.50(32.73.
MINCII MEAT-Fancy , in half bbls. , per h1. .
511.0 ; 10-gal kegs , Cc ; condensed , lien case of 3
, loz. t.hgs . $2.51.
CIDfllt-I'ure juice , per bId. , $5 ; half ltbl. , $3.
IIIIS AND TALLOW.
1ltll1i-No. 1 green hides , Ii1.(1lc ; No. 2 green
hIdes , Ce ; No. 1 green salted lildu's , Sc ; No. 2
green SItItIMI liidctt , P1c : No. I gmeeim m'altel hIdes ,
25 to 40 lbs. , Sc ; No. 2 green eaite.1 ( titles , 23 to
40 lbs. , 'ile ; No. I veal calf , S to 15 Its. , Sc ; No.
a % 'eai mhf , I ( I ) 13 ilt. , Sc ; No. 1 dry htmL liies. (
6c : No , 2 dry mhhat lities , Sc ; No. 1 try salted
lii.ieq , Sc ; titrt cure.l hlties 1c per lb. less titan
fully cured.
smli.IEl' l'ELTg-Green malteti , tacIt , 2511G0c ;
green salted slmeumnings ( ( short vooled early skins )
each , SEIlSc ; dry m.ln'aniings ( short tmooicl tam ly
skim-is ) , No. 1. atcim , eqiOc ; tlr' slienrlings ( short
woolt'd early skIns ) I'o , 2 , each , Sc ; dry lilat
Kansas and Nebineka butcher wool Pelis , .er
II ) . , actual weIght , SiISc : tIny Ihint 1ansas minI
Nebmaska mauirraln wool polls , per lii. , actual
weight , 4(3Cc ; tiry flInt Coloratlo tnmtciteiut'ooh
( i"Its , Per Ihi. , netual weIght , 4f6Ec ; dry hint
Colorado mumrrain wool 1)01(5 , 11cr lb. , actual
weIght , 4(4Cc.
TALLOV ANt ) GRIIASII-Tahlpw , No. 1 , 331c ;
tallow , No. 2 , Cc : grease , whIte A , 3114mc ;
grease , whIte Ii. Cc ; grease. yellow , 3c ; grease ,
, lnmk , 2'1.(43c ; old butter , 2(32,1.e ; beeswax , priiime ,
170320c ; rough tallOw , Ic.
Lierpoo1 Markets.
LIVERI'OoL , Feb. IC.-i:30 : p. mn-WIIIiAT-
Siot. steady ; demand loon : No. 2 red , winter ,
49 Gld : No. I reth , spring , 55 211.0 ; No. I hard ,
Mnmiitohn , Cs ii ; No. 1 CalIfornia , 5s 2.1. i'im-
tort's cIsed mttealy , with i'ebrunr' nod Muirchu
(4(1 ( lower and other mouths uncliangeti , liushnees
hiea'lest on sprIng positions : Felruary , 4e C'ti ;
March. is 6 ½ t1 ; AturlI , is 7.1 ; Marelt , 4s 7'ftl ; June ,
Is 704d ; July. 4s Sd.
CORN-Spot , firimu ; American mlxeI , new , 4s , ,
Futures closed liriim , with nc-ar positions 14'I
higher and distant positions unctuangeil to ( , I
higher. IJusimues lieavlett on early tuoshthons.
February , 4u ; 1.ti : March and April , 4s 04th ; Clay ,
June saul July , 4s Id.
FLOUR-Stonily : demand moderate ; St. LouIs ,
fanc' whiter , Ss Cd.
l'IAS-Canahian , Os.
P1l.OVISIONS-lmacon , qumlet : .lcmanui poor ;
Cunierlnad cut. 28 to 30 lbs. , lOs Cl : short ribs ,
2 $ luis. , lOs ; long clean , light , 2 $ to 45 itus , 215 6.1 ;
bug clear , heavy , 55 lbs. , a1s ; m'liort clear backs ,
light , IS 11)5 , , ICe ; short clear mlhuhies , henry ,
or. lbs. , ISa Gui ; clear bellies , 14 to 16 lbs. , lIe ;
shoulders , square , ml to 18 lbs. , 2Ss. Hams , short
cut , 11 to 16 lbs. , 59s. lieef , extra IndIa mess ,
ale ; utnitmie Inuliut mesq , SIn. Pomlu , prime mess ,
mine wcstern , Sb ; Prime mess , mnetlium , 4Ss 50.
Lard , cteadpnlmne ; western , 3m ; rehined , 1mm
Ititlis. lie Cd.
TALI.OW-FIno N. A , , nominal.
cli E1Slulet ; moderate , teninnul ; finest
American white , 45s ; finest Anierican colored , 41g.
ltUT1'llt-FIaeit United States , 75s ; goo.I , SOs.
'rtyltl'gNTINC-gmirits , 21s Cd.
1tOSlN-Comminin , 4s.
COTTON slgl ) OII-LIu'erpool refined , iTs 6th ,
LINS1lt ) OII-22s.
l'i'ITIlOLlOUCI-lteiimucd , C'4ti.
1tIFIIIGEI1ATOIt 1lI'IFW-i"oreauarters , 4'40 ;
Imlndquartera , S't.i.
1101'S-At London ( Pacific coast ) , 2 lOs.
St. Louis Geumuniti itlarket.
ST. LOUIS , Feb. 1C-FLOUI1-Deatl , dull anti
unchanged.
\\'It41AT-'iVas heavy , witbu a selling pressure
whmlcit pmit time close Ic below 'esterdao ; No. 2
red , cOsit , & 0',1.c ; July , SIc.
COith'-FoIltn'ed rtieat , closing 1hc off ; No. 2
mlxe.t , cash , 40c ; May , 4l1EI1l'4c ; .htily , 4lTtc.
OA.'I'S-Iull utaul lower ; No. 2 cash , 21ic ; Clay ,
29'Ec.
ILVE-N'o. 2 east shie , held mit 7c anti Sic bid.
I1AItLIIY-Uiiclinnged.
llltJtN-i4earet ; Cle east track , sacked ,
FLAX S1II-lt.37.
GItASS l5lgL-Ummcliangcd except choice clover ,
11.10.
liA1'-Qulet anh , firm.
litJ'l'l'flit-Uacliutuigc.l.
IGOS-22c.
LIlA i)12.Emie.
Sl'iM.'i'Ilt-12.Vl.
COltN CIlIA l.-h1.OOl.35.
\\'ii II4KY-ll.22. .
cov'roN TI ES-CIc ,
11Mwil NO-i1'(3lc.
I'ltOVhtiiONiO-l'om it , sendarul mess , jotui.lng ,
810.1211. . l.artl , triine mulesm , $5.30 ; choice , 10.4211. .
Dry baIt uiicutte itnil luaton , uncliaagc'tl.
lti'Ci4i i"ru3-vlc.uir . , 3,000 1.1,1g. . ; uvlicat , 7,030 hu.
coin , 24.00. . ) iu. ; oats , 25.000 hu.
i4llll'itilNTII-Fiomur , 77,000 tilc , ; wheat , 16,000
lu. ; corn , 28,000 l.u. ; Oats , 12,003 bu.
lhuiltluumtro Market.
hiALTlMOlllI , I'eh. 1C-FLOL'lt-lull : receipts ,
5,179 I.i.lc . . , ; sliipmiienttt , 191 bitIS ; sales , 180 iiile ,
\S'lllAT-S'cnlt ; glot nail montim , SGi4J3G1e ( ;
Claiclm , 5GEjITe ; Clay , & 0I15S'hc ; No. Ireul , (21,1.11
53040 ; m cccl tIn , 11,019 itm , ; cli ilifl'ittll ( , 45,000 1ui.
clock , 731,103 iu. ; , 'tuthuomn tvht'at , his' , cumuuplc ,
561151e ; euouthmt'in whucat. on grade , 5i',4uUSlttc.
( XilN-lasi' ( ; epot mtn.1 month , 461401 ISo ; March ,
4604(4 I015c ; Cluty , ( ( Sc ; lteuimner mnixt'iI , 4Glao
iuhtl ; I cct'ipi c , 3,055 bum , ; clii itmat mtts , 23,71 I bu ,
tuhocle , 394,514 ho , ; salts , 31,000 tim , ; southern
white. 41.11 lOt' ; ouil lieu n yellow , 11111Cc.
OAT-Quiet bit , very steady : No. 2 white
wesheimi , 25l1.ii30c ; No. 2 tutixtul , 34(33411c ; It.
ceii'ls. 3,1141 liii , ; bItiluididlitIl , 25,714 bu , ; stock ,
306.734 ho ,
ltYli-luactlvo ; No , 2 , &GEJl7c ; receIpts , ill bu ,
stock. 32,011 ( mit ,
l(3C3-ifteuiuiy and uncluauigcd ,
CiilIhi4l3-Unehiumngcd.
1611114a5 ( II ) ' .itmi'Ue'tc.
lCtNIOAS Cl'rV , Fb. 16-\'hhiIAT-lisher ; Na ,
2 hianit antI No , 2 red. tIc ; mt'jecic.l . , 411115c
sanmiule sales , C. a. Ii. , MicshsaipI river , No ,
lmaml anti red , 86(4 SIc.
COItN-j1tc lower ; No. 2 mIxed , 28(32Cc ; No.
I whIte Clc.
ltYU-Fhnmnt No. 2 , SIc.
FLAX i4iliil-l"lrmmm lIt 11.30(31.31.
iiit/tN-luil , mt 64006Cc.
ll , % ' -Icnhi' anti unchanged ,
iiyTTlIit-1"Itmner ( ; creatmiery , 11tj22c ; daIry , 12
(3lOc.
ISC.OH-iitenuli' anti uncitnngcl , ,
1tliCIill'TH-'iVIicai , 1,000 1w. ; corn , 27,000 Iiu ,
oem , ' , 8.OCjO ho ,
HillI'CiENT-Nono.
New % onie ilr9' Clouds Clitricet.
NEIS' VOIlE , Feb 16.-As usual on lOaturtlay
there has betmi a v'ry tiUhet dletnummul ( or dry
goods. A unotierate quoia of ortiera were mu-
celtcut by mail an'I telegram , but ( lIe aiot do.
manul was uimeu't-n anti quiet. 'rhiero was it gou1
unou'enient 'to account ( f ciii ortiers , TIi , outlook
us reilt'cte.l by Ihosa In riosest touvh with con-
- - - - mu - -
AOPECAt-TY $ CIfCABB
MILLET
AND
CA9E
CLOVER. TIMOThY.
ac. . I2LLW ,
14t0iWJ Union Aye. , lCeasai City , 21o.
. 1 ' 5 k
siIImiCIIS repmt'.tute I as P"mhelfl of a season's
Iu'shli ! at g'"l at' , age. I ' mnthitg cithe , qmmtot '
ant fimni at 2 5.1Cc ltulc for tilt , week1 $31,000 I
ptOcea , of which iIoeu GI uiuntea.
OCl.tht.t itVh M t ( lilt . 'i % , Ill Eli' ,
) , ( iiot 'mliii I lie ftcriuigs iVero
All 4 'ituIldOhl t7i % , 1)c
SATththAy , Feb. IC. "
TIme receipts today weu'e i,13 cattle1 1,590
Imoge anti 317 PhiC'l ) , at nguuins ( 2,143 cattle ,
7&l.i hiog.q anti 837 sheep ott Satuntlay of inst
veek. TIme receipts ( rolls Jatmuutir' I to date
show ma lose if 22,8S2 cattle amid 2J,169 simem'p
anti a gniui of $1,101 hogs , as compancti sVItlt
( lie satne Period last year.
'i'CiIlY lih.'Ell'TfI. (
Cattle , lIars. ( Sheep ,
Iiec'ciptie this week . . . . . . . . . 7,761 33,002 I , ,1 4
ltt't'eIpt last week . . . . . . . . . 5,010 22,014 1,107
samn uu'edc IStI . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.614 2,1,431 10,303
Suuulue week 1503 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.733 22ttCi 9,043
C'.tTT.E-Tluere were forty fresh loads of .
cattle in tIle O'artiu * till ( tild , afiti tIme PnoPor- , ,
thou cf steers nhmmomig time nilenilugs % Vat' . If
11110 tltimig , a little hunger tliaim uustt0l , ' ] 'imo
ilemitahitl % 'ns good nhmul ( Ito offt'l imigs were
ntiouit mull clenumeul Ill ) eatly imi tlue tiny , Soumm
of the cattle were lirl'ttC' gooii , nluii lie ithghu
as $ l.8 s'ni , luiuitl for emut' hiitiueii. i'mices ( liii
hot siiotv mimuclu elmnmmge fromum 9'esteniha' , ( lie
unnnlcet being steuulhl' to stI-omig. Over onc-
iiiiir of ( lie offerIngs ( 'nought $1 om' mmitt'L' ( ,
There vcre about fourteen louutlum of cow . " j
stumhf ill time ) 'artls , nail ( lie mnarhtet oil ( lint
class of cattle was stromig antI native ,
E'eh''tiiltig . . uvus : sold In i ooi sngtuim. Tlier
'i.ei.e ii fe'i' huenml of cou's p0011 etmiiglm to
bring $3.33 , but tile guest 1)14116 of ihie itleti
u'itngcti hetwcen , $2 null $5. Quite mu hutiiihi
of htelfers soul as hIgh ns iiTti , lltillul ntiil
rotmghi Stock tact with reauly 51110 itt futlly
steatly lunlees , Veal calves uvere lint vely
pleimi nimml lime Imiarluet s'nS ilrmn iii ( lie fact ,
of a good 1c-mnnmmtl ,
There uu'ere tic stockers anti feeders nitmong
tIme fm'esIm receipts to nmmm0uint to lIlt ) thiiimg ,
tumid ( lie deinaimul flt ihic' snume ( hue 'as light ,
as uiummal all (1 Stutlinilay. ,
IlOUiiTiuere ut nut It fain ruimu out hInge for it list-
itnitI ) ' , t hei'e leliig ci xl ' fe t'Clm icumle meporh ni iii.
TIlt' iuntrnrtlnn of light iuog uu'n' bum go mumiul ( lucre
teas nothIng mis gooti mis iit ( ' till latti 0eatertn' .
Time nmntk't watt fnniy ( actIve lit liii nuit'tmmier' oC
to over 0't'sterla S lti Ices. 'l'luo local i'uit'kem'
tu ore g.ti buyers emil ( hr tutferiuug , w"me miii taken
I Ii gn.uul 5d'I isotu. 'l'iue I ighi t II ugs mm'eiiugiiig fntumu
1:4) hO 1914 hue. tvtnt lit fotium 83,0) ) I. . ) $1 S. ) . itlehitini
tu tight , lImit iiibel loads ureriugumug froimu 2114 to
23.1 . lie , ttm-tuuigiit fruit $3,8d to $1.93 , tvlile ( teO
lontig of pretty fumln Il'av' hogs ( Otielied 14 , a IuIch
u'as t lie I op lurId' paid. A t the ei'nliig of I ii ,
meek t ii. ' lest ltngs I a I hut' 'am'I' * solti at $3.00.
0mm 1'tm'gtlu , ' t ii 11,11 mince auivmttucel i n IO5 , anti
\'ellit'muin' , $4.10 trite rcuueiteul , Aftei' ( tint tim , ,
mnark't ml rupe.i heick nmml I I tune t lie Imi guest
lurice p11 Il liii I iti' last I lmu'cc' uIum's of t hue icc-c-k ,
Tim luilk of till ( lit' huogg I'm ( Ito yanle ( ti liii'
soli mt fmoimu 03,7(0 ( I , , 03.53 , as uuguhmist ( room $3.63
( a $3.80 3'esteiili' unit fronu $31.1 . Li Si at timci
chest' of Inst tveek.
S'lliSlll'-'l'lmcre were only ( tic ears lucre tmia ,
\t'Iuic1u sull lIt flint t steal o' lurlees. Fti in to eliolc ,
luau iv's n me quom itlie ttt ( maim $2.75 to 13.00 , fal m' to
gotsl tic-sterns rut tnuinm $2.50 tn$3.80 , ceiminutun anul
.tnriz Inon I'ni ttO1 t , 5C. . , . iron , ! to etir
41 to 100-lb. lammubs fruumi $2.3 to $1.03.
t'IIICAU ( ) LIVE STOCIC ,
I'cmt.Ieiiey of l'rlce I' . lii 'tellers' Favor at
I'retent. Ii
ClltCAaO , rob. 1G.-TIuc tlay's receipts of
cntuit' acre fltilimate.i at 1.003 heal , maichng 43- 4
321 lueaui for ( hue week , uguhiut ; , 40,401 head for
ilue lurevit.uis i'eek , 61,837 a year ago anl 59,213
two yeuirs ago. Suuiptiments for ( lie icek nrc
mtiuouit 13.0)0. tmgahiist 22,437 a year ago. 'rhucre
tvci.e hutmyors at eteulY , itrices for ( lie offerings ,
inc-sac-ui ( 'cf nnui siuiipln , , 't'ers selling on it
l'a.i' ; , uf from 13. 13 to lIP ) . ccii's anti tuuiili , fmiut , .
$1.4) to $4 , amil 'V'xns cattle at front 12 to $4.40.
( 'ontiimut'l nmolerate Iec-ehmts art. louk"ui for anti
( it' teimuheocy of vriceu I. iii m't'ilciut' favor.
liar Ic-COlItIS w'ru' atotit 22uk10 licah , muiaking
225.0t ) lieittl for ( hue tyteic , or 55.000 uimeie ( loin for
Irust week anti 100,00' ) more than a 5"ar ago. Tim
immI ket tins stu'oiug tmimti'r god hmi'hiug ( or beat
mind sIiluping nec-taint. It nuiviiimct'l Sc at the
stan , mtflut tiumut I iuilrou''mimemmt was not lost. Cutlil-
mmmiii to t'i'i ' me iiea\ ' ' hogs soil it t froni $3.90 to
$4.55 , anti comumutun In clituico light brought trout
$3.75 to $1.10. 1"mm Ii (0 ( $4.23 bought tlIC gm-eater
Pull t elf time lmog't. l'nlcee are a simile louver than
tlte else e ( last tick.
'l'tuem'e tt'uts a fimlrly steaii' market for sheep
mtmul luinii mut ( m'oiii $2.33 I a $4.25 for I'iit'el ) ii nut
itt final $3.23 to $5.40 for tIme latter. Conumumon ant
iiueiiumuu gruititus art' lower than tlme' vere a. veelc
11g. . Iteceilute for to.tay verc estlmnatel at 1,500
limit , matting 67,312 heal for title iveek , agaInst
61.470 Inst icc-c-k no.1 . 55.80) a year ago.
Itecemptit : ( 'attIc , 1,000 head ; hogs , 22,000 lucatl ;
sheep , 1,800 luoatl. _ _ _ _ _
liiitsuiq ( 'Ily Live Steele ,
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 10.-CATTdI-flecelpti ,
1,000 lueal ; simimiut'ntit , 1,50(0 ( heal : mnaiket strong ,
to mOe buigli'r : Texas steers , $1,0l.)5 ; Texas
cows , $ l.00012.S5 : ; ColoiaIo steers , $3.ilii.l0 : beef
steers , (3.25(35.00 : natIve cove. 41.25113.90 ; stockers
anti feeders. 03.25(34.00 ; bulls , 02.23F3.S3.
IIOGS-lteceimute , 6.500 hit'mtti ; siuhmumuuentit , 1.100
iit'a1 ; market 8(31Cc luigiuci' ; tuuIk of sales , 83,70(3
3.90 ; Iueat'hes , 13.73114.00 : tuackers. 53.70(14.01 ;
misc-el , 83.80003.53 : lights , $3.Cllea.7l ; Yorkers , $3.55
(33.75 : ulgs , 13.20003.63.
SllEil'-lteceiptmm , 1,400 head ; shIpments , 2,400
heal ; martiet steady.
i'd. 1.omils l.ts'o $ tocIc Market ,
ST. r.ou.s , Feb. 10.-CATTL1C-lieceipts. 500
head ; slmipnients , 1,000 luenti ; market dull , steady
at last qtiotationn
1lOCi-1teceiits. 2.000 heath ; slmitunients. 5,000
heath : miii het strong anti lOc tiigluer ; goal heavy , ,
$405014.10 ; goal mixed and muiehium , 13.95114.05 ;
goc'l light , 53.85(14.00.
Sll1ll'-itecelpte , 1,500 heal ; shipments. 300
head ; tauurket quIet , steady at yesierday'a figures.
$ tocle iii Sight ,
Itecord of receipts at ( hue four principal mar-
kcts for Saturday , February 16 , 11.15 :
Cattle. liege. Sheep.
liouth Onmnlma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 22,0)0 ) 1,500
Chicago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130 1,590 337
Kaneas City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,000 6,500 3,400
St. Louts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,000 3,000 800
Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,130 20,036 3,737
RJR :
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
comics .tren l'ItE'ENT0
Oolds Bore Throatl Influofiza Bron-
, Coughs , , , -
chit s , ifllcumohia , iwau1in oh' the
JOintI , Lumbago , Inflnhh1lnaton ,
UY1TS , EJRaL WA ,
FROSTEITES , CHILBLAINS , HEADAOHE ,
TOOThAChE , ASTI\1A1 } \
DIFFICULT BRE1THI NC ,
CURES TillS SVOItST PAiNS In ( mom one to
twenty minutes. NOT ONE MOUlt after raadha
thIs iudvertlueinent need an'ono OUFI"Efl wirii
i'.tmN.
Iliniwmty's iteady littler it mu miine , ( lutro for
E'tmny l'istn , lriltI , llrmmlsre , l'ethui tie the
ltimcic , Cheat or Iliittui. It iSdiS tim finS
tiimd hue ( ii , , emily l'AIN 1(10,11 ( IlY ,
I
runt Instantly stops time most excruciatIng
pains. allays inflamation , and cures commgestlon. ,
whether of the Lungs , Ottoinach , Jdowei , or other
glands or omgiunc , by one atpilcation ,
A half to a teaspoonful to half a tumbler of
water will in a ( ow nmhnutca cure Craimitue , spas.
ma , Sour ( ( ( onmacim , Itearthum n , Nervousness ,
Eleopheecimees , Itiok leaulnche , iIarrltea , Ilysen.
tory , Colic , Fiatulemucy and till Intozmiai paIn
There is not a memettial agent In all time woiiul f
that will curs ( ever nOn ague anti mill other ? tl.
ianlous. Ililious amid other fevers nldot by IIAD-
WAY'tO i'll.LlJ , so quIckly as ltAlVAY'H ( tEA-
DY liiOlilit" .
A Jlilloit1' liUilo-1thIij5
, psnJi1 cmtriitonfgeut for } ervoucorZ.c' ,
haul , ohi. , iiratlms Ltiustmtuimmtm , hisoIessuuj ,
.spccia , etc stuei.ii Neuralalam 1,140 lot
B i'iat.ua , ( ltt.u' , I6tdmur ltlaardsru , 4 Ia ii's-
let'ia ' Aaomts. , AmitIdota ftc 4hlt'dh ,
nm.4 . ot'I.ei ixcosios. lrk.ii , 10 , 'JAaau&Jceasn ,
L'Jorsocgat ,
C TilE MIUOLD CHEMICAL CD. 4
, .
-s ; mr.i z u'- ' ' rIIiCAO3.
For sale ny all druggisti. Oaishs _
FWTUKE
PIFIMANENTLY
r. \ CURED PAY ° ' °
, ?
t\ ; NOPAYUNTILCUREO
n- WE Still YOU TO 8,000 PAT1CNIS'
' WrttofonIlankRefCrCUCOB.
.
- _ , - EXAMIUATION FilEt.
No Operation1 No Detention from Business.
SEND FOfl CiRCULAn ,
THE 0 , F : , MILLER CO. ,
307-308 N , Y. Life llIdg , , OtAIIA , NED.
'Teeth Wthoiit Plates
BAILEY
/1 ,
DEIITIST ,
l'axtomm 111k.
111th utmiul i&irmla'n 5th
'I'ul. t)00 ,
Fuihi i'l'cottm ( ' , . . $ 5.03 I i(4ilyei' ( iililiigs . , . 11.00
il's5 'i'tut'li ( , . , . 7.53 I i'tmm'u fitihti l'ihiimugus 2.0) )
'l'imhi , l'hutt' : , . . , . , 10.0) I fluid Cruuvtms , 'Jk 0.00
1'ioImtitm' Extritc'im f.Ue I iim'itigu tuutlIkwtil 0.00
Teth Out In Mornl'g ,
New Teeth same day '
- ' - . _
- -