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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 190G.
CRAB ASD PRODUCE MARKET
Bfoond Day BeY.Ted Option Trade is
MUCH CORN AND OATS CHANGE HANDS
Weetlnaj Will Be Held la Few liar
Arc n Raal for Fatar
Trading Local Mar-
OMAHA. Feb. 17. 1906.
The second day of revived option trading
i int umana exenange was a nrisk one.
on track. No. 1 northrn, W"V: NO.
northern. 7$c; May. fl1; July, 8rc.
uais 10 arrive ana on traca.
CHICAGO GRAIX ASD PROYISIOS"
Prices Board of Trade.
CHICAO. Feb. 17 Bearish new from Ar
gentina and India caused a. fresh decline
today In the local wheat market. For the
Mny delivery final quotation showed a
net loss of c. Corn and oat were each
down He. Provisions were a shade lower
to 27c higher.
For the third fucceastv day the wheat
market was dominated by the bears and
as on the preceding days prices yielded
materlnlly. At the opening- the May op
tion was ort to c at Mc to iwttc. ror
a time the market held steady at the
Initial decline, there being a fair demand
by commission houses, lit traders were
the principal sellers during the tirst half
MW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
decrease, $U,7,8n0. Circulation. TAn.0;
decrease, $47S.6nO. Legal tenders, ITS 4J8,";
decrease, IMS.bOO. Siecle, $lo,6".J; de
crease, $i.3M.6". Reserve, $J67.94K,;ilJ0; de
crease. 220.127.116.11 100. Reserve reaulred. 1X2.-
Market U Active- and Lower Thnmcbont Kcl-nVieS1,?.7
DECLINE FROM ONE TO TWO POINTS
General Level of Valaes Falls Below
Lord Reaehed Last Month aad
More Holdlaga Are)
NEW TOHK. Feb. 17. Severe decline re
sulted from the active trading of the two
hour session. The selling was made up
of heavy speculative liquidation combined
with a centered bear attack on tne martin,
which was accredited to the generalship
More than 1'iu.Ouo bushels of corn and oats of the session. News of the day was el-
changed hands. The local dealers sy most exclusively favorable to the bears,
thai. J...... ' .1 . , . - 1 I a t .,- 1 . I. .. .1 t ,!,. Kw-mi hni'. I llQ maF.
1 " 7 miv ui:ici iiuiiru iu irianis a. H'rui iwui I nnvnni inn n-1 wi mo m -- ....... -.. - ...... i with th
marxe. nere independent of Chicago. A ket became aomewnai nrmer iwauw ui "irmi (.m...,,.,.-.
meeting will ba held early next week to covering by shorts. At this time May prestige of many successful bear cam-
ntf nM a V. . I . . . - . I j 1 . . . I, .. .1 fio I . A. K"! hi. T -tn in hu ll D V an- LHII in IIIR 1)11 HL. IU -1 Ii.Vllie.lt CTIUCIIVI.
n ' u.i a U 1 IUI IUIUIQ UftUIIIK. I i-i tj. . w-ivi . . v. J i - - . . .
For a time shorts rilsnlnveri disoosltlon other sham reaction occurred and the price was propitious ior mi success u mo i-
. . v. - . . i. . . ... I - . .. i ... I . K. 'I'h. mar-Wat tnr-k
OI iViajf UlUlJin-U v o--tiv. .iic ii....... .
closed weak with prices nearly at the
lowest point of the day, final quotations
on May being at tic. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 3S8.000 bu. Primary
receipt were 469,t du.. ag-tinst
bu. a year ago. Minneapolis, Lulttth and
Chicago reported receipts or i4 cars.
agalnBt iSl cars last week and 288 cars
one year ago.
Despite tne weakness 01 wneai, mraiuor
posits, i;,17,3('i. decrease. $169,660.
New York Money Market.
XTTTTtr V l 1 1? U" ITnl. 17 MnVli'V-Cr 11
firm; no loans.' Time loans, firm; 60 and 90
dnys and 6 months, G'i per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business in hankers' bill at HWrvJ
4 for demand and at H Kibrn .was for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. It.&liftM M
and 14.g71a4.B1H; commercial mils, H.D-if
HILVER Bar, 66Vc; Mexican dollars.
b o N u s - uoTcmment ana raiiroaa.
t ic sing Quotations on Donas today were
U. 8. ret. ta, ref.... 10314 Japan It, M aerie.. 10
tig fairly steady.
to cover, th market holdin
iJiter the entire absence o
news, and a private cable from Argen
tina placing the exportable surplus at
last year's figures started selling anew,
The May deliveries made a new low record,
Liquidation continues In Liverpool with re
ported rains In India and liberal Australian
shipments additional Incentives. The mar,
ket -closed 4c lower. Weather conditions
throughout the winter wheat belt tend to
allay apprehension. Further snowfall the
last twenty-four hours affords protection
The demand for flour and caste wheat con'
Local trade In corn was larger than In
wheat, wltn lowest .rices made at th
opening. Thereafter tn market proved
steady compared with other grains, but
receipts were liberal aa compared with
year ago and the demand continues slack
The trade In oats was hunt, k'il buying
at Chicago at renirthened the marae
but liquidation of early purcliases
wheat developed wenki.ess, carried
back to the low bolnt.
Clearances were 244,tK)0 bushels of wheat,
barrels of flour, 2W,) bushels of corn
and 315,iOii buhheis of oats. Primary wheat
receipts were 4GU.UO0 bushels and shipments
16u,0"J bushels, aicalnst receipts last year
of I40.fluo bushels and shipments of 121,
bushels. Corn receipts were jl,UJii bushels
and shipments luti.uuo bushels, against re
ceipts last year of l'l,(uo bushels and shlp-.i
menu or zott.uoo bushels.
Liverpool clored SW'i'l lower on wheat
and 94i'Wd lower on com.
Locally the range of quotations was as
The renewed decline or this week na 1
brought prices back to the neighborhood
reached In the decline In January. A fall
below this level was bound to nave tne
effect of dls odo-lns speculative holding)
which were retained through that decline.
Add to this feature the weaknea or tne
technical nosition of the market, the reel-
Inr of discouragement over the speculative
outlook, which has been gaining force
V. a. la. rtg
V. I. old 4. rf .
C. I. n. it. r(..
Am. Tobacco 4s...
Atcblnon ca. 4s.
do adj. 4
Atlantic C. U 4a
Bol. Ohio 4...
Br. R. T. .
ble steadiness was shown by the corn steadily with the perception of the persls
market. There waa a slight decline at
tho opening because of lower prices at
Liverpool, but all of the loss was quickly
regained on covering by shorts. During
the greater part of the day the feeling
was firm, but the late break in wheat
caused a slightly easier tone at the clise.
Large primary receipts and the prospect
of a contlnuea nnerai movement wtu
bearish factors. May opened Mc to H'Vc
tent dron tn tirlces. the action of the mar
ket finds sufficient explanation without re- chicaso A. t.
ference to the news of events naving any
more substantial bearing on value.
Th bank statement proved mor favora
ble than had been expected. Only a nom
inal Inroad waa made upon the surplus,
which It was feared might be wiped out.
The loss In cash waa only about half of
what was Indicated by th known move.
t early, lower at 4'i42Vc sold ud to 4S43'Ac and ments of money for the week. The prlncl- p. B. O.
, when at Lo receipts were l pal Interest attached to the loan Item, and D.tt'l.or.- Sec, a...
I Price. car, with, olcontract grade. the contract on -ported of 9 IWw.. ; do n il'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
,...ioi4 do etc. ri
.1KH do 4'i ctfa II
.lotvi' do Id wrtw r
.ItSH L. N. snl. 4a 1IH
.1014 Man. e. ( 4t l2Sk
.l4, M Contrml 4s
do lat Ino I4H
. Minn, at St. U 4s.... IT
1UH M.. K. T. 4s 10"4
.1MH do t nt
. Mti N. R. R. o( M. a. to. M
.101 N. T. C. f. It I4
.104 N. J C. (. la 1I1H
. 94 No. Paclta to l(i
. M I do It 7444.
Central of 0. ta....U44N. A W. e. 4a 101
lat lno v o, a. Li. rfdf. 4s n
do id lno Mit Penn. sonr. IVja 101 '
do Id Inc M Raadlns son. to 10i'
Oiaa. at Ohio 4Ha....lMH St. U. at 1. M. e. to..lHVt
II St. L. a B. F. tc. to 17
0., B. at Q. n. 4a....lH St. U 8. W. c. 4a.... II
C, R. 1. P. 4a.... II 8a board A- U to... L
do col. la lot So. PaclOc to 14
CCC. t ll L I 4a.. 77V, do lat 4a ctfa ;
Colo. lad. la. ur. A. 74 So. Railway la Ill
do aerlra B 77 Tnat P. la lMi.
Colorado Mid. to 14 T , St. L. W. to.. a4Vi
.. I4i I'nlon Pacific to 104
..llXT'i do ennr. 4a 149
..100 V. 8. Steal Id la II
.. I Wabaah la ,
..HH do 4)b. B
. . ili Waetern Md. 4a..
..losi W. at L. E. 4a.
..lutfVi Wis. Cantral 4a..
Colo. So. 4s...
Oats were nrm early in tne aay. i.uwi " YL "Z "ul jL Hockins Val. 4t
Inter tne marxet Decame eueier. cnui ........... - "T.--i.T-
bought actively during the fltet half of caused a ,ar" '-PRn8ln ?f , ?
the session, the demanu D- inK niauc-j u i viruno. ua um r.. ...
. i . a . h. unhnuni Miv an exnansion is not open to uouui, uui i a- i. . . H .i n j -
lieinjr ireamiv" ",. .... ii. k n enravn l.mltn thmnirh the
The provisions market was Sironf pe- present irom muu nuiiwumu.
cause or a luc aavnnce in ion pnv.- ui ... -
live hogs and a large Increase In ship- trade for January, published today, shows
mints of meat and lard. The covering by
ahorts In pork was a feature ot tne aay,
the large resources at command In th
foreign exchange market In the excels
Open.l Hlgh. Low. Close.
i l. . i .1... -tmnir hrniirhniit the values for exDorts over Imports of $64,000,
entire day the close on May pork being 000, compared with about $26,000,000 for tha
. .... . . ... a,. ,,n -i. nrnpM ntf .innnurv i ne severest nreisura
.r7. iucause ot w pr ,l"Z,...i ViZi th. wldeit MIcm C.ntral
declines are found In Reading, Union Pa
cific. Smelting, Colorado Fuel. Amalga
mated Copper, urookiyn Transit ana
others which have been most Important
In the excessive speculation of lata. The
rieeltne In nrlees. however, was sreneral
throughout th list to th extent of being
1 and 2 points. The revensn rallies at
the last evidently were due to nasty
llerd closed barely steady with May of! a
shade at $7.82H'U7 86.
v.Mtitiiuteii reeeints Tor Aior.uay am
Wheat. 12 cars: corn. 427 cars; oats, w
cars; hogs. B4.ono head.
The leading futures ranged a roiiows:
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.j Yes y.
Indian wheat shipments for the week
were 72,000 bushels, against 15,010 bushels
last week and t32,000 bushel last year,
Australian shipments were l,a3,000 bushels,
aKainst l.w.ifu bushels last week ana i.m.
VjO bushels last year. Minneapolis stocks
Uecrensel zil.'JoO bushels ror the week.
World's wheat shipments for Monday are
cstimnted at ll.lou.ouo bushels, against
ll.12o.i4M bushels luat week and 10.312.U")
bushel last year.
Cash corn sold at the lowest price of the
season- nt Chicago yesterday and shippers
said the position of the cash market wus
the most demoralized they had seen It In
recent years. Tho seaboard yesterday sold
170,om bushels of corn. lOO.ouO bushels of
oats, and New York sold 68,000 bushels of
Omulia Cash galea.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, 1 car. 75c.
COR.N No. 8. 1 car. 360 : 1 car. Soc.
Omaha Cash Frlcea.
WHEAT No. 3 hard. 739vi5c; No. i
hard, iWulSc; No. 4 hard, boy7oo; No. 2
spring. 73ie'4Hc; No. 8 spring. 7tHg73c.
CORN No. 3. tfftc; No. 4, WH4y&34c; No,
yellow, 354jc; No. 3 white. 37c.
OATS No. 3 mixed. 27V'27Hc; No.
white. 28c; No. 4 white, rVtf2oO.
RYE No. 2, 63c; No. S, 67V4C.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Omaha 68 20
83MfH83H 82H 8"! S3H
82Vi 82U 8H4 SZ&
Kfi 43ffH 4H
43VH 43H s's OVift
2!4 ifl7s H 2H
29 291 28T S7 29
15 70 . 15 90 15 70 15 90 15 56
1 15 50 16 60 15 40 15 46 15 30
' 7 RTH 7 90 7 82H 7 85 7 85
7 97tj 8 00 7 92Va 7 95 7 95
8 2CVi 8 30 22 27H 8 20
8 37V4I 8 37H 8 27V4 8 30 8 30
profit-taking by the successful bears and h.... Blattrlo
the closing tone was unseiuea anu wrnii.
Total sales or bonds par value, ii.ow.wu.
The following were the quotation on th I I' mud rralt
New York Stock exchange:
Balaa. Hlgn. Low. cinas,
Cnsh quotations were ns follows:
FT .OUR Dull and easy: winter patents,
$1.76'4 00: straights, $3.503.85: spring rat- Atehlann
ents. $37013. K6; traignts, d.ome.i. iu; oaaern, iro
WHEAT No. 2 spring, 82(g84c; No. 8, 77
79e; No. 2 red, 84fi86c.
CORN NO. Z, VW!3'HCi ro. yellow.
-j'40c. . ,
OATS NO. 7. 2W: ino. I wniie, Jitij.inicj
No. 8 white, 28Vfi30Hc,
PVP T.n 1. K.1C.
BARLEY Oood feeding, 374a38c; fair to
choice malting, 4Wi4c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, $107; No. 1 northwest
ern, $1.12: prime timothy, $3.35; clover, con
tract grade, 14.1S
American C. at F
American C. a P. pfd....
Aiuarlcan Cotton Oil
American Cotton Oil pfd..
American H. A L. pfd ...
American Ice, aecurltlea...
American Llnaeed Oil
American Llnaead Oil pfd.
American Locomotlro ....
Amer. Locomotive pfd....
American 8. A R
American 8. at R. pfd
American Sugar Rennlnf..
Tmer. Tobacco pfd ctia...
Anaconda alining Co
Atlantla Coart Lino
Baltimore at Ohio
Daltlmor A Ohio pfd......
Brooklyn Rapid Trenail...
Canadian Pad no
Central of New Jeraey....
Chteapeaks at Ohio
Chlcaio at Alton
I'hicaao at Alton pfd
Chlcaao Great Weetern. ...
Chicaso at Northweatern .
1,000 15 "4 II
100 44 44V4
104 10 IS
17,100 It Tl t
1.200 171 170 171
quotations on stocks and bonds were:
Atchison adj. 4a 5"4 Adrenturo
do 4a 10JV. Allouea ,
Mex. Central 4a 71 I Amalgamated .,
Atchlaon 19 American Elne
do pfd Atlantic ,
Boatoa at Albany. ...267 Bingham
Boston ft Mama l. t:ai. ft Heels..,
Boaton Elevated 1M Centennial
...lilt Copper Range .
... t. Pair Weet
N. T., N. H. ft H...IW14 Franklin ....
L'nlon Pacific I6O44 Granbr
Amar. Arge. Chein... 19 lalo Rorals ..
do pfd 17 iMaaa. Mining .
Amer. Pneu. Tube.... 10 Michigan .......
Amar. sugar 140 iMohawk
ao pro UK ;Mont. c. a c..
. .HI1 Old Dominion .
.. 44 iOaceola
. 90 iQulncy
. IS 4 shannon
. 47 Tamarack ....
. 50',, Trinity
.10 United Copper
. 7lT. 8. Mining...
. 11'C. 8. Oil
. U4 I'tah
. 41. Victoria
. II Wolerlna
Dominion I. aV 8.
United Shoe Mach..
do sfd ,
North Butt ,
I', g. Steal
Weating. common .
. 4.700 71
. I0.I0O 144 141
00 124 113
. S.IO0 141
. tt.ftflO 174
. 11.100 to
. l.tOO 140
. 4.000 110
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Fat Cattle Ebow Decided Gain is Value
HOGS TWENTY CENTS HIGHER FOR WEEK
Choice She and Lambs Rot Mack
Dlffereat for Week, with Coaa
snoa to Median Kind Al
most a Qaarter Lower, .
8OUTH OMAHA, rb. It, 1901
...1H I r
.. in no i 17
Tt 11 ... I 74
T 144 40 I 17
74 1:1 1M I rtv4
Cattl. Hogs. Siieep,
... t.Dl 4,k4 i.lu3
40 I 17
0 $ 17
... I T
... I Kt
... I 0
110 I M
4 I 10
... I N
... I N
... I M
... I N
10 I 10
... I 10
... I N
10 I M
... I Id
M I 10
140 I M
to I ao
... I M
.III J 10
10 I US
.. I M
,.. I IIS
4 j MS
to I II
... I I
40 I 17
... I 17
... I 17
... I 17
... I 00
SHEEP Th market on sheep and lamb M T. Vsti?-iS0'?' ,1-
snow' the receipt In aa good condition at Ml point
Uflicial Tuesday ...
Olllclal Thursday ..
omcuu gatui dar ..
Two weeks ago ,
Three weeks ago
Four week ago
Last year same week.,
The followlnr tania
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha ny on could ask for during th first half
for th year to dat. compared with last of th week. On Monday and Tutsday th
year: )m. . Inc. Dec, terdencj of price Was, If anything. Uttl
Cattle 123.(46 108,801 20,645 .... higher. On Wednesday It wa noticabl
Hog 8so,208 1,040 69, IM .... that while the good kind sold very, readily
Sheep 182,447 lltt.oSl 1,561 at good steady prlcos. there waa a dislu-
CAT! LB QUOTATION'S. cunation on th p' of Uuyti to tag
Th following will show th prlc paid fmm,on medium sort. Vnfortu-
for th different kind of cattl on th n lib"? rceipt of Thur.day
Hr.nth 1 in,. .... and Friday consisted vary laraely of these
Oood to choice corn-fed steer $5 1(V3S SO unoirabl ahaep and lambs that is tuft
Flr to choice corn-fed steers 4.8OH6.10 ""t wss only half tat. AS buyer wer
Common to fair oorn-fed teer.... t.oota- 80 'rlly w "P by their liberal pur-
Oood to choice cow nnd heifers... l-7bu4.lv chase earlier In the week they heltatd
Fair to good cows and heifers i.UfS3.7S taking on unfinished stock and th
Canner and cutter i.bWl ) ntfket on that kind declined very consld-
Oood to choice stockers and feeder I.w4. 40 bly both day from lack ot buying sup
Fair to good suckers and feeders.. l.sOqjS.HO port. At th clos of the week good to
Common to fair stockcr 8.75'ttl Bo choice sheep-and lambs r not o very
null, (tags, eto I.kKu.4.00 mucn ainerent from what they were
Oood veal calves..... t.iantitMO week ago, but th common to medium
to I point lower. There was considerable
switching from March to later positions
nd total sales were reported or iV'O
bass. Inrludlnr March at .7'(i.75c: April.
!c; May. I !iiti.ttc. Fixit K10 quiet; No.
T Invoice, -io.
OMAHA WHOLKSAI.U M 4 It KET.
Coadltlon of Trade and Qnolatloa oa
atapl aad Faaey Frodsef.
EGG8-K-'ceitils liberal; candled stock un
settled at lie.
LIVB Pol' LTRT Hens, 10c; Old rooet-
ers. 6c: turkeys. ISc; ducks, 11c; young
rooster. H'gl'H-: geee, 80.
DKKtidliU Ht 'L LT 11 Y Turkeys. Ifi2fc:
old turns. lMi'6": rhlckens. lliTllc; old
roosters, 7c; duck. 1213c; geese, lttc.
HUTTE11-l'nc-King stock. Iic; cnoico 10
fancy dairy, lSMtBc; creamery, 2Vif21Sc.
HAT Price quoted by Omulia Feed corn-
pnyt No. 1 uplsnd. WW. med'um, sooo.
coarse, $4 "frn.u0. lty straw, $6.10.
HRA N Per ton. Ill SO.
HIDES, PE1.T8 AND TAI.7X3W-N0. 1
green hide. c: No. t. 8c; No. 1 saiten,
11c; No. 2, lie; green bull hides. Micl
cured, ItflOc; dry hide. 163t)c. Hois
hides, larije, $3.25: small. $:.50. Sheep pell,
each. BOrirm.2.-.. Tallow. No. 1. ,c: No. I
$e) rough, lHc
mii-rtr dox or bu 1-10 , i'"." .
Hallowe'en In 70-lb. boxes, per lb. Ic; 8ay
er, per lb., 4c; walnut-stuffed, 1-lb. pkg.
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha $J.iK8V0O ts lucue 97H
v.iucago I.MI41 u o.VXtiM.za
Kansa City l.toj4.85 I li
Ht. Louis 2.10u.26 l.26'sV 20
Bloux City 8.76-iiO.W. t.7b6
ine following tabl (hows vi.e avwiag
prlc ot hog at south Omaha tor th la I
several days, with comparisons:
Oat. I 190. U04. 11804. l0i.lJj.lOl.l00.
J ) 4 Ml 4 74 I
a. Al Ti so
4 7j 4 S5
I 'n 4 Mi
70HI 4 ti
I 89 V.
70 I Ml
4 Hi I 04
4 73 S 03
8.11 I 12,
76 I It
4 it 01
I s w
I V2 6 75 6 00
00 71 U
9 001 72 6 02
I 21 4 6
Ml 4 74
NEW YORK GENF.RAL MiRKGT
ttaotattoa of the Day oa Various
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. FLOUR-Recelpts
12,mn bbis.; export, 14,711 bbls.; market
dull und barily steady: Minnesota patents.
41.40 .iv; Minnesota bakers, $3.50(a'3.;
winicr iatenls. S4.UX;i-l.4'J: winter straiKht.
$U.Sj4J Iw; winter extras, $2,754(3.26; winter
low biuues, J.s. nye Hour, quiet;
fulr to good, fci.iu4j4.UO; choice to fancy,
Chicago T. ac T
Chlcaao T. T. rli.
PKOV 1SIUA8 Mess pora, per 001., io.uuv Colorado Fuel A Iron.
ISM. T.ard. rer 100 lhs.. $7.7;W!i7.75. Short rniorado Southern..
ribs sides (loose), $Sflo(8.10. Short clear Colorado A 80. lat pfd..
aide (boxed), $8.4siffJS.55. Colorado a Bo. Id pfd.
Receipts and hlpments for the day wer Conaoiiaateo oaa
as follows: ,
Flour, bbls.... 20,700 28.6fi0
Wheat, bu 2S.00O 18.100
Corn, bu 202.W 112.000
Oats, bu los.ww isj.ow
Rye, bu .i"
Barlev. bu 121,300 44,500
A St. Paul.. 11, toe ill
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was nrm: creameries, nesc;
dairies. 17"4(a 4Uc. Eggs, weak: at mark,
I.OO''a4.3S. iiuckwheat flour dull, $2.10 spot 13c; firsts, 13,c: prime nrsts. I4c; extras,
1 m fit . - I'll 114 A-1 1 O m-
una 10 arrive. oio. xieee, urauj,
COKNMEAL Barely steady: fine white
und yellow, $1.16; coarse, $1.03)Jl.o6; kiln
j r 1 cj ionunai; so. s wesiern. 40c x. o. D.
alloat. New York.
OAiibiii-uuii; leeaing, zc, e. 1. r., Bur-
laiu; mailing, ajiuuc c. 1. (., uuntuo.
WHEAT- Heceipts. 18.000 bu.: exDort.
2J2H bu. ; spot market easy; No. 3 red.
Bic elevator: ino. x red. w&o f: o. o.
alloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, WSc f. o. a.
allout. there was further decided weak
ness In the wheal market today, the sell
ing motives being big Australian ship
ments, lower cables, snow west, weak out
side markets and stop loss selling. It
closed 'yc net lower. May, 8(uNl 3-160.
ulosed ao c: July. o7'uoiic. closed at
Hinc; September. MviJo-)c askedt closed
COrJ.N RecelDts. 132.225 bu.-: exnorts.
7,j bu.; sales, 25,ouo bu. futures; spot
market steauy; No. 2, 48c elevator and 4iVsz
f. o. b. afloat; No. i yellow, 47c; No. 2
white, 48 Sc. uptlun market opened lower
witn oest wueat out recovered on llirht
offerings and with the west, and closed
net unchanged. May. 4a'u487o. closed
4ti c; July, 4ifU"t9i,tc, closed 4a c; Suptum-
oer ciosea ai ic.
OATS Receipt. 10.500 bu.: exDorts. SB.225
BMi muraei oareiy steauy; mixea
oats, 2t to ii pounds, 4c; natural winte,
o04U pounds, Jl ;tw'iC, cupped, white,
in to 40 pounds, owajou.
MAT-Uull: snipping. 47Mitl5ZHc: good to
HOPS irm; state common to choice.
iw crop, 11 m iuc; iaoa, vuiic; oius, D'yic.
niuM atroiirf; uafveston, e to 30
poumis, 20c: CAllfornia, 21 to fc pounds.
21c; texas ury, i to ) pounds, lye.
St. Loot General Market.
RT. LOUIS. Feb. 17. WHEAT Lower;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, S64jsc; track, b
itMOc; May, 8o3js04,c; July, 7c; No. 2
CORN Steady: No. S cah. 40c: track.
40440H,c; May, 40H'84vlc; July, 41V41So.
OATS Dull; No. 2 cash, 30c; track, 3tH'S
81c; May, 2irc; July, 2c; No. 1 white,
l.OL K Bteaay; rea winter patents. ia .to
64.50; extra fancy and straight, fcS.youi.Zd;
Bfc-t;i Timoiny. steady at z.oo'ijz.bo.
COHNMEAL Steady. $2.20.
BRAN Steady : sacked east track: 84S5c
HAY Steady: timothy, $S.mxSH,50; prairie,
WHISK. xeteady, $1.31
IRON .vl"l'ON TIE-$1.01.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; Jobbing,
lit, ft.). Lard, steady: prime team. 17.40.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra shorts, I Preaaed atael Car
JK.37; clear rib. $s.Vjy; hort clears. $a.75. fmi Steel Car p(4
Bacon, steady, boxed, extra shorts, $9.12,; 'u"",l, P'c cr
Corn Prod u eta pfd
Daiawaro 4k Hudaon
X la ware, L at W
Dearer A Rio Oranda
IJcnrer A Rio Oranda pfd..
Li 1 ttlllera' securities
Erie lat pfd
Erl Id pfd
International Paper pfd....
International Pump pfd....
Iowa Cantral pfd
Kauaaa City Southern
Kanaas City So. pfd
Loutavllle A Naahyllla
Metropolitan Securltlea ....
Metropolitan Street Ry....
Minneapolla A St. Louis...
M , St. P. A S. 8. M
M . St. P. A 8. S. Ii. pfd..
Mitaourt, Kanaas A Texas..
Mlaaourl, K. A T. pfd
National R. R. of If.
New York Cantral...
New TorS. O. A W
Norfolk A Weetern
Norfolk A W. pfd
North American -
Pllltburf. C, C. A St. L.
1. 100 44
LONDON, Feb. 17. Money wa In good
request tn the market today and rates were
easier on the distribution of $12,600,000 in
railroad division dividends and the raise
of Japanese money. Discounts were
shade easier. Trading on the Stock ex
change was dull and prices were Irregular,
pending the sttlement. The king' speech
at the dpenlng of Parliament Monday 1
awaited with Interest, especially among
trader ln Kaffirs, who are suffering from
depression and fears of difficulties in re
gard to the carry-over. Consols were fairly
steady at the lower level. Home rails were
sustained by the announcement of a work
ing arrangement between the Northwest
ern and Midland railroads, whose stocks
grew firmer. Americans opened dull on the
prospect of a bad New York bank state
ment, rallied to slightly over parity on
rsew iora uuying orders and closed steady.
Foreigner were weak ln places. Peruvians,
Russians and Japanese reacted. Kaffir
were heavy and Inactive. Japanese impe
rial fis of 1904 were quoted at 1027.
BERLIN, Feb. 17. Price on the Boure
today were Irregular.
rAHiB, Fen. ;t. price on the Bourse
today were calm and firm at the opening
and became active and very firm later,
owing to confidence ln the success of the
Algeclras conference. Russian imperial 4s
were quoted at 84.25 and Russian bonds of
1904 at 493. The private rat of discount
was 2V, per cent.
The following snows tne number of stock-
ers ana leeaers shipped to th country Fri
day and their point of destination:
a. r. woouard, Anderson, la., Q
A. Metier, Paul, Neb., M. P ,
E. H. Spangler, Mynard, Neb., M. i O..
William Dalley, Auburu, Neb., M. P
Blackman & Co., Woodbine, la., I. C
James Banter, Magnolia, Minn., M. AO.
A. B. Fletcher, Rockvlll. Neb, U. P....
A. D. Groff, Plckrell, Nb., U. P
M. Noble. Creston. Is. Q
O. W. Ramsey, Oakley, la., Q 1
M. C. Mortensen, Dannebrog, Neb, U. P.
J. W. Yockey, Comstock, Neb., Q
Cameron A W.. Tekamah, Neb.,-M. A O.
J. H. Atkins, Wayne, Neb., M. & O
Hlllerker & F., Fremont, Neb., F. E
The official number of cars of stock
orougni in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. H sea.
M. & St. P
Union Pacific svstem
C. 4 N. W. (east)....
C. & N. W. (west)...
C. St. P., M. at O....
C, B. A Q. (east)....
C, B. A Q. (west)...
C, R, I. A P. (east).
Chicago OL Western
OMAHA. Feb. 17 Bank clearing for to-
Htla day were $1,438,744.12 and for the correspond-
lie I I n cw Ant laal tmm t1 O'.- CI Cfl
iie u.w . I t.MV,uai.K.
1.000 150 118
1,00 70 ll4
1.100 111 111
4,1'XI 14-4 11
1.631.878.97 1,041. S"0 Tl
clear rihs. 19.37: short clears. $9.50.
POPLTRY Firm: chickens. WW. springs.
12Mio: turkeys. 15Hc: ducks. 13c; geese, 00.
urTTEK-uuiet; creamery, (ia;c; dairy,
EUtiS Lower at IZHc. case count.
Flour, bbls 3,000 11,000
Wheat, btt 33.0UO 40.U0
Com. bu 2,uO 53. C
Oats, bu 5-i.OiO 4a,0UO
Kansas City Grain ana frovlalons.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 17. WHEAT
Reading lat pfd
Readlns id pfd
R. public Steel
Krpubllc Steel pfd
hock laiand t'o
Kock Ieland Co. pfd
8t. L. A g. P. Id old....
M. Lou 1 1 Southwestern..
St. Lou ii 8. W. pfd
Southern Pacific pfd
Eoutnern Itallway pfd....
Tenneeaoo Coal A Iron...
Texaa A Paelflr
Toledo. St. Louie A W
41,104 117 114 114
11.000 1 lii
100 II II
40 40 11
10 100 10C-4
1. 100 14
LEAiittit-t-itni; acid, ic. Lower; May, 75c; July. 73Sc; September, "rXl- ' 1 a w "' Cu
PROVISION S-Leel, steauy; family. $11.50 73,c. Cash: No. t hard. 7dijj77c; No. 3. f l'OB0'p"ifir P "'141 fu im
ftlu.w; It. -, in.k.iik.ii,, eil liains, tM.UUii "I'lJiac; No. I red, E9c; No. S, koyssc. l'nlon Pacific pfd
a. 50; packet, 10.uull.oo; city extra India CORN Steady; May, 39c; July, Sjc. iiU4 statea kiprea:'.:'.::
lues, ais.butulii.io. Cut meals, nrm: 1111 n- Cash: No. 1 mixed. 3c&33Uc: No. 2 white, i nioit mn m.i 111 iu nu
led bellies, o.bi9.6o; plcaled shoulder. $7,
picaiea nams, ii.imiiu.w. Lard, easy; west
ern steamed, $s,06; refined, barely
steady; continent, so.io; south America,
$3.64; compound, $0.1;:v'il).3;. Pork, firm;
family, Ho.O1.trl6.bo; short clear, tl6.uuigl7.aO; oholce pralrl. $8.0cii.6a
3Uc: No. 8, lie. V. S. Steel pfd
OATS Lower: NO. 3 Whit. 2ttfr3oVc: Va. -Carolina Chemical
No. 2 mixed, 30C. Va. -Carolina Chem. pfd.
RYE Steady at 5ty&Dac. wabaen ...
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $10.80JU.OO; Sf'5, pM
tXJiGS Steady : Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases Included, 13c; case
count, l.o: cases returned, He less.
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 26c.
Wheat, bu 31, 5:.imJ
Corn, bu 6.iv) 60.OO)
Oats, bu &.0j0 la.yuu
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 17. BL'TTER-
Flrm: He higher; extra western creamery.
EGGS Market lc lower; western fresh.
loo at mark.
CHELSfc-Dull; New York full creum.
Mllwaakee (Jrala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 17. WHEAT
Lower; No. 1 northern, o4fjK6c; No. t
northern. omlMc; May, tic asked.
xt 1 rj ot ead y ; ro. 1, 6)tj4iC,
BARI4SY Dull; (ample, ai'uKc.
CORN-Weak; May, 42S42'iO asked.
Peerla Market. '
PEORIA. Feb. 17. CORN Dull: No. I
yellow. IWo; No. 8. 8c;. No. 4. STHc; no
u.M a easy : iso. 1 wnite, c; Mo. 1
white, 29'4c; No. 4 white. 3c.
W rllaUt-on tne Duals of $1.Z8.
Liverpool Qrala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 17.-WHEAT-Snot.
nominal: future, dull: March. 6a aWd: Mav.
.'t I , ..!.. ... I
at -u, vuiy. aw -au.
14jk: Spot, easy; American mixed, new.
la Ud; American mixed, old. 4s 7J- Fu
tures, ouu. Marcn, la lld; May, 4s d.
LONDON. Feb. 17. WOOL Th arrivals
or wool lor th second series of aurtlun
sates amount 10 uaJes. Including 46,000
luiwurat-a nirect 10 SDinners. Th. 1 1 i.,ri.
Taleala Seed Market. I this week were: New South Wale. 1.447
TOLEDO, O . Fb. 17 8 E ED Clover, I ba': Queensland. 83 bale; New Zealand,
ash and February. $8.72: March. HL7W; l.W3; Cape of Good Hop and Natal. 1.723:
April. $S.o7; timothy, fl.tki; alalko, ts.10. bingainiiv, 1,034; Antwerp. 1.08; Varlou
KT Ii kl'ts VC vk 4 nmAT ci . ..
Dalath Grata Market. medium aradus. eonihin n.t .l,.ihi -Z.i
TvI'T I'sntl TCW XT- T n a ssa a . I & . I . .. a- . . . ... . T ."".
w. a .w.i.vai any., .1 a liunuero, IB 'so; I Luw waiivu, ao4uu.
TALMi w rtarely steady; city, 5c; coun
HlCt wulet; domestic, fair to extra, 1
tliA . japtii. niiniiiiai.
POPLTRY Live, quiet: western chicken,
lie; iowis and turxexa, 140. Hreaaed.
steady; western chlct.-j.-ia, luyl3c; turkey,
u-Uiic; in in, lO'Cli'iaC.
ll LTTE It Firmer; trcet price, extra,
creamery, 2oc; uinctal prices, creamery,
common, to extra, 16Vtx.
t.nala-riiM -w . fjl crtam, small
anu Urge. C..Kred ai.cl wiiTv, September,
fancy. l4Wc; stall-, uctutieiO best. - U'l
13c; st;it, lat made, s.jiall av-erag, best,
l.'c; ta'u, large, i:Vjc; state, .fair. llUu
EGGf Ixwer and somewhat demoralised:
tat. Pennsylvania and nearby fancy sa
lected lilte. mi.'2c; state, cho.'ce, lkrifJuc;
stale, mixed extta. 17V,o; weatern nrsts,
laV: vtern seconds, 118. ic; southerns.
Sllrn-rnyol t Gruia Market.
(Superior q r.'I'.oni tor MiQneapolls de
livery 1-nu ull.iwlng quotullon war re
im rted at .Viii.iuvi, n.is by F. D. Day A Co.,
livuj uuuiu u: iijoi ounuing:
Artlcle.4.0i n. I Hlh. Low. Clos. Ye.
Weetlnfhouaa laclrl ....
Wheeling A Lake Erie....
Wieconiita Central .
Wlaconala Central pfd
I it, ted Stelta Rubber
I'nlteo gta'.ee Rubber pfd.
lotal aai.a ror ma dar,
, 400 1H
, 14.000 m
. 4,000 43
London Closing Stock.
LONDON. Feb. 17. Closing Quotation on
in biock exenange were:
Conaola. money 0 N. T. Central.
do account XS Norfolk A W.
Anaronda 14 1 1 do pfd
Atrhlaon ; Ontario A W.
do pld 10 Peuneyleaala .
Baltimore A Ohio. ...116 Rand Mines ..
i i i i
8? 81 814 K
I 43; 63 63 Kl'a
1 13 1 IS I 1 14
1 14Hl 1 14 1 H
Canadian Pacilo ....174s. keadlna
Chaa. A Ohio 4i; do lat pfd
Chlraso Ot. W 11 1 do Id old
C , tt A 84. P. ...... .144 Southern Hallwar
PeBeera l-4 do pfd
Ueneer A R. 0 4j Souther Pao'.Sc .
do pfd l, tnloa PaclSa
Kris 46 o pfd
da lat pfd 4ota U. S. Steal
do Id Did 74 I do Bfd
tlllnola Cantral 171 Wabaek
Loulevllla A Naeh...l4J do pld
BILVER-Bar'. 'flrm, 80 U-16d per ounc.
nu.Cii-t per cent.
Totals $8,761,832.87 $6.836,018. 20
Increase over last year, $1,928,817.61.
Statement of the Bank of Germany.
fc :RLIN. Feb. 17. Th weekly atatement
f the Imperial Bank of Germany howa
tne following cnange: (jasn in hand,
Increased, 37.9H0.OO0 marks; treasury note,
Increased. I.68O.O0O mark: other aeourltie.
decreased, 17,300.000 mark; note In circu
lation, decreased, 4,i4D,uw mark.
WASHINOTON. Feb. 17. Today's state
ment of th treasury balances In th gen
eral tuna, exclusive or tne i60.tJO,nuo gold
reserve, shows: Available cash bo lance.
8148.S81.0K6; gold coin and bullion, $74,969,-
?; goia certincates, tu.2Vl.U0.
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. COTTON Bnot
closed auiet: middling upland, u.zoc: miu
dling milf. 11. 50c: sales. 400 bales.
L1VKRPOOU Feb. 17. COTTON Snot In
fair demand; prices $ points lower; Ameri
can middling rair. e.atd; good middling,
(04d; middling, (99d; low midline:, t.72d;
good ordinary, 6 64d: ordinary, 8.$Sd. The)
sales of the day were S.Oii) bales, of which
1,000 bales were for speculation and export
ana inciuaeo i.bvj Dales American, lie
celnts, .?nn bales, all American.
ST. LOPIS. MO.. Feb. 17 COTTON
unlet; middling. 10 15-lGc: sales, none: re
celpts, 379 bales: shipments, SS9 bale;
stock. 43.774 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. L.. Feb. 17 COTTON
spot quiet and steady: sale. 2.200 bale
orninary. 7 lo-lttc; good ordinary, 9c; low
middling. 10c; middling, 10 ll-16c; good
miaaung, ii ii-ioc; middling rair llc. Ht
ceipt. 1,4,4 Daies; stock, 306,254 bales.
Snarar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Febi 17. BPOATl Raw
nominal: fair refining. fc: centrifugal M
i"t. ji-io8.J'o; moiaasea sugar ac; re-
nneu. auiei: ino. . c: ISO. 7. !S: Nn .
90c; No. 9. S.i5c; No. 10, SROc; No 11. J.7jc:
No. 12. 8.70c: No. IS. J6c; No. 14, $6Sc: con
fectioners' A, 4.35c; n-ould A. 4.8oe: cut
loaf. 69ic: crushed. S.30c: Dowdered. 4ik!:
grsntilaterl. 4fc: cubes. 4.70c.
MOLASSFS Pteadv: V"" Orlenna nnrn
kettle good to rliolce. S(V3p.
NBW ORLEANS, 1.. Feb. 17 SPOAU
firm; open Kettle, centrifugal. 833v-c: cen
trlfural white. 8H4o; yellows. $C3")c
seconds. 2S 1-lAe.
MOLAPSR3 Ocen kettle aflsTlilV.. l.l
NFW YORK. Feb. 17 M FIT AT Jt The
metal markets were generallv quiet and un
changed In the absence of cables. Bnot tin
I quoted at $36 007 3fi.m. Lake and electro
lytic enpner rsnee from $17 7EH8 60 and
casting at m.Mn.sru. 7d I dull at
ti.3&fif 4fi and spelter at K.O'.IS. Iron wa
8T. I I PIS. Feb. 1 7. M T A Lfl Lead
ieoy, lo.r.Vi. spelter, dun. $s.90.
Merchandise and Specie.
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. Total Imrjorta of
merchandle and dry goods at th port of
New York for the week ending today were
1 HV I n:
1 liS! 1 Ul
Minneapolla Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. H Sc; No. 1 northern. koc; to ar
rive. M'.cj ro. i nortnern. I9c; to arrive,
7!-Sc; No. 3. 77Vu7lVie; No. 1 durum, 73c;
No. f durum, .V. Corn: yellow, 35c;
No. $, 8ic. Oat a: No. $ white, Vc;
No 8. $i26c. Harley. 3l46c. Rye: 66
v;. ia. vasn, 4l.ll, JUtty, ai-l.-i,.
The rale of discount In th onen market i valued at rt s sR 7a Tntal imi...i.
ea -I...-. Will.. 1- -II . .. . . M . I - . . , - . . . . . v .
iwr iivii untai le-n per Kin, ior iur ai me pon or mew Torn ror the week end
month' bills. 4 per cnt. Ing today were $ll.Tt8 silver and lis Asa amid
I Total export of specie from th port of
New York for the week endlnr today were
rnc luna, rco. i. losinar Quotations I anwr anu i,9i4,uiv auia.
on mining iocs wr.
BruDawtrk Co ..
Cou. Cat A Vs..
Leadillle Co ....
Uule Cklaf ...
. s iPetoel
.11 ,Elerra NeTads
.476 Unall Hopes ..
. 4 Istaaaar
NEW YORK. Fb. 17 Th statement of
th clearing house bank for th flv dav
thl week allow th bank hold $6,789.9-J&
over the legal resenr requirement. Thl
1 a decrease or fiu.aoo under last week.
Th atatament follows: Loans. H.0M.SX) AtO:
dtacreaaa, $.614,0U. Dapoa.Ls, $LU4a,6ta.lUt;
' REAL ESTAT12 TTt AKSFERS.
Charles J. Adam to T. R. Strewn, lot
. nanga sutxiiv oi lot 14, Burr Oak
add ... 1 aYA
jonn wanace and wil to Mary D.
Oodwln, lot 1, J. $, 4 and 8, block 11.
Llnd W. Paine to William H. Rus
sell. nV4 lot 1. block 66. South Omaha. Tin
jamea v. McDonald and wife to Mar
garet A. Cook, lot 18, block 8, Wal
nut Hill add 1
uiiia j. uranam and nuanand to
Hattle L. lie Keen. wU lot fc. blork
IS. Shlnn's add LSM
aieieu nacLJonaid o warararei a. cook.
lot 1. block 8, Walnut Hill add
frade ar lidj2(o lower, lotni would say
ully 2ic lowar.
A hinted above, tn break this week
was du entirely to th flooding of - th
market with unrlnlahd dock, contrary to
th advice of every one. Shippers hav
been warned almost every day of late In
tne columns, a well a by utter irom
thalr commission men not to ship in any
thing until it wa well finished tor mar
ket. Still In their anxiety to empty their
feed lota they ar shipping In a lot o
tuff which has to b sold at a sacrifice
and which not only break the market on
It own kind, but also weaken th market
on the good grade a well. Th trouble
cm to b du to th fact that ther ar
a larse number of new feeder who Imagine
their sheep ar finished and wno snip
them to market long be for thsy ar ready.
It I a very difficult matter for a man to
Judge of hi own sheep whlU they are at
home wher there la nothing with which
they can be compared. A an initanc ot
thl, a feeder who wa her l.'tst Monday
and saw the ewes that broujht $6.40, tha
tlneat bunch that na been hero tin year,
aid that hi stuff at home wa
lust aa good, but when they arrived
here yesterday, they were not fat enough
for the packers and ao nad to go to a
feeder huver at 14 KO.
In spite of the decline noted above, this
market is still well ln line with all others.
In fact. South Omaha ha been the nign
market for some tlm back owing to the
efforts put forth here to prevent snippers
rrnm nnnrllnar trie market.
Uuotatlona for red sheep and lamDS ar neaus iu crate, o.-a.
a a fr.llr.wa- flood to choice lamb. Colo- REEK CUTS
radoa. $6.907.10: good westerns, $g.7tfi.ii; No. l ribs, 13c; iso. z rins, 11c; wo. I
good yearlings, $5.76S6.16; good wethers, ribs, I0V5C; No. 1 loins, 16c; No. 8 loins, 12c
$o.4o6.76; ewes, $4.8&a.26.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET I
ORANGES California, extra fancy Red-
land navels, all sixes, $1 1; fancy navels,
$MtS; choice, all sixes. $2 6.2. 76.
LEMONS Llmonlers. extra fancy, zo
Sis. $3.26: 800 to 860 slses, 13.75.
FIQ9-Ca font a. Per 10- b. carton. 7TK3
8.1c; Imported Smyrna, three-crown, llci
BANANAS Per medium sited bunch.
$1.7o!jj2 XS; Jumbos. $! 50413.00.
TANGERINES California. Per box Ot
about 125, $3 00.
jkapk r K u IT Florida, per rox, tt.ww
7.50; California, per box. $4.0Oii-4.6O.
PBA R8 Winter Nellls and Mount Vr
AISLES California Bellflower. $1.60 per
bu. box; Hen Davis. 11.76 per bu. boxj
Wlnesaps, $2.25 per ! box; other varieties.
$2.004j1(50 per bu.; New York apples, $6.60
UKAt bs-imported maiasras, n.aoio.tsa.
POTATOES Horn grown, per bu., 600
5c; Bouth Dakota, per bu., 760,
ONIONS Homo grown, yellow and red,
per bu, 85c; Spanish, per crate, $2.00; Colo
rado, red and yellow, per dvi., i.w.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. liW.
LIMA BEANS Pel lb.. 5c.
CABBAGE Home grown and Wisconsin.
In crates, per lb., 8c.
CARROTS. PARSNIPS ANU TURNIPS
Per bu.. '5:y75c.
CELERY Kalamoxoo, per dog., 265J3.C.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per 8-bll.
TOMATOES Florida, per crate of 80 lbs.
WAX BEANS Per hamper ot about 80
lbs. net, $600.
STRING BEANS Fer hamper of about
80 lbs. net, $3.oop4.00.
EGG PLANT Florida, per dos.. F..3,fn.D0.
GUEEN PEPPERS Florida, per hamper
Of about 10 do.. $3.50.
TURNIPS Louisiana, dos. bunches, 750.
BHALLOTTS Louisiana. per dos.
HEAD LETTUCE- Louisiana, per bbl..
$12.0iK(j 15.00; per doeen heads, $1.7632.00.
Lh-A f ruCE Hothouse, per doson
CUCUMBERS Hot house, per dos., $175.
radishes Hothouse, per dozen Duncn-
Ml BHROOMS-Hothouse, per id., soc,
CAULIFLOWER California, about Zt
Cattl Steady, Hoa Ten Cents Higher
and Sheep aad Laanbs Strong;,
CHICAGO. Feb. 17. CATTLE) Receipts.
SOU head; market steady; uevs, ao.iotyv.ov,
cows. Il.b09M.nu: neners. 4a.KWO.vo, caivas,
16.26i&.26; good prim teers, $5. 4034.36; poor
to medium, J.iUitf0.40; stocaer auu laeuere,
12 TIWi-4 60.
tiOUS Receipt. is,utw neau; taumaieu
Monday, 48,000 head; market lOo higher;
mixed and butchers. $6.9636 25; good heavy.
No. 8 loins, !"ic; No. 1 chuck, 5fec; No. 2
chuck, 4'4)c; No. 8 chuck, 4c; No. 1 round,
7c; No. i round, 6o; no. 4 round, sc:
No. 1 plate, 4o ; No. i plate, JWc; No. 8
CIDER Per keg, $3.76; per bbl.. $6.76.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $3.50.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 16c: Wisconsin
brick, 16c; Wisconsin limberer, 15c; twin.
15c; young Americas, 15Hc
NUTS walnuts, no. i son snens. new
crop, per ID., lb4c; nard sneus, per ID,
Yic. Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; small,
per lb., 12c. Pearaut. per lb.. 6c; roasted.
per ID., bc tnin wamuis, per io.. iwua.
16.10ru41.22H; rough heavy. $5 95fc6.05: light, Aimonas. .oil ' .
17V.; pig) $6.60C.0$J bulk ot sal, "hells, per lb.. Inc. Cocoanut. $4.25 per
4lO0j.16. . I r-ni-au Vrra wt.. H.- ,aiih..f in.
h..d- market tr,-B.TPr W fcr.tTVsT. 11c; .un!
yearUnn U 756 tembi ""h. P9: I,"ch- "tinned and dressed, 8o;-
yaarungs, o.i&B.au, tamos, .. .. in "i '.,, Up. ..imon. 'i1c!:
crappies, evivo; eeis, isc; dibk uuas, c
Kansas City Ltv Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Fb. 17. CATTLE
Receipt, 309 head, including oo naaa
soutnerna; market ateaay: cnoic export
and dressed beef taers. 15.4Cta6.10: fair to
The disposition of the dav'B rar-elnta waa I rood. 14 (mrriC 26: western fed steers. $3.75ii
as follows, 4Lch buyer purchasing th num- 6.60; Blockers and feeders, $3.00j6.00; south- al)e) 0Vsters, $l.Of7J2.0O per 100; Llttl Neck
ber of head Indicated; ern steers, $3.755.00; southern cows, $2.25Q clams. "$1.60 per 10).
whiteflsh, 12c; frog legs, per do., 65c;
lobsters, green, 83c; boiled lobsters, 37c !
bluensh, 16c; herring, 4c; Spanish mackerel,
16c; haddock, 10c; shrimp, $1.00(91.60 per
gallon: smelts, 12c; cod. lie
(JTslc.ro rrenn Biunun.ru, ai.w wr h-4
Omaha Packing Co.
uwirt and company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Cattle. Hoars. 13.76: native cows. $2.24.36: native heifers. nt'n A RS Granulated cane, ln bbl.. 85.06
l.loz I J axfib.uu; duiib, )i.wi.m; cajves, tww granulated cane, in sacKB, 40.V1; granuiaiou.
7.50. Rer-elnta for th week. 47.600.
HOGS Receipts, i.oiw neaa; marxet vit
lOo higher; top, $6.15; bulk of sales, 10.06a
a lt-Yll . kAaeu I.: lJ-Wfiil 1. nanlrnra I all 'it
V.Xv-rsa neat jt t . twfl v. a siv.ncia, w-vJtf
6.12Vi: pigs and lights. 6.8d.06. Receipts
for the week, 61,(00.
CAT'fLE-It was th. usual Saturday hotl- Ktt.tSM'SSS isioa
ay ln th cattl division, nothinar or V,.n. R18: market steady, native lambs, $5.o0O
6.90; western lambs. ia.90Q6.D0; ewes ana
yearlings, $4.26i&.bO; western fed yearlings.
day ln th cattl division, nothinar or oonsa.
quenc being received or sold, 'in rctpt
nr.. iiKva uesa rory uuerai, oeing oon
alderabiy In exesa of last weak' narures
and mor than doubl th run for the cor-
aapvnuing weea 01 a year ago. Tn clos
Ot the market would aaam to inrfinta,
however, mat the receipt hav bn none
$560i6.16; western fed sheep,
atookers said feeders, $3.6004.76.
t. Ixnl Ltv Stoek Market,
BT. LOUI8. Feb. 17. CATTLB-Rcelpts.
too larg to satisfy tne dmands of tu 800 head, including 200 head Texan; market
Hiarnei. 1 strong; native snipping ana export steer,
It would b hard to Imaarlna a mnra, sal. I 14 XTfrfH. 2R- dressed beef and hutrher steers
Isfactory market for bear cattl than tire- 11.866.26: ateer under 1.000 lb.. 13.00tM.66:
vailed during th tint four day thi wk. stockers and feeders, $2,609-00; cows and
in apu 01 targ receipts th trad was heifers, 12.104.40' canners, $2.oojz.60; bulls,
actlv and Price strons to hiahar ivn v IS artfiA 5R: calves. 12 SOrtrT 60: Texas and In.
day. Th demand wa sufficient to take dlan stsers, 13.0Cr04.00; cow and heifer,
vervuuiig offered at most satisfactory 12.10fl3.90.
prices, Ui market as a whol blng th HOGS Receipts, 4,000 head; market IV7i10c
highest Of any tlm ao far tills vaavr. On hlirher! tilers and lla-hta. 15 SBlfMlS: rule kern
Friday th rclpt war unsualiy baavy, $5.75S6.18; butcher and best haavy. $5.06
anu aa vacaei noa lueir eraer pretty i 6.20.
?5 XrUZ1!!? Ih?' V?, J?"? ""f. "lu?"-' ft-5S-. CKhnk fancy Cl U$i
...... i m .w n ... . . I.'- i - laiiius. ao.wuo.w; mill akna uuDaa. e vviau u. w. . . - i t. ox. -.. ., ; - , . , ,
$2.60; -mustards. $2.603.10; sweet pota
toe. $l.a54ji.2s; sauerkraut, $1.00; pump
kins, ewaii.w; wax ueans, z-id,, VMUWic;
Lima beans. Z-lb., 75iir90cl$1.35; spinach.
$1351(2.00; cheap peas, 2-lb.. 80c; extra.
7bUoc; tancy, i.Kiai-'t.
het In sscks. 11.91.
SYRUP In barrels, Z4C per gal.; cases,
( 10-lb. cans, $1.6o; cases, 11 6-lb. cant.
$1.60; cases, 24 zvt-io. cans, ll sw.
COFFEE Roasted: No. 86, 250 per lb.
No. SO. 2o'c per lb.: No. 25, USo per lb.;
No. 20, 15c per lb.; No. 215, 12Wc per lb.
r.9 .t-ll , I. 1...11 kink irmnA. V .
FliUUn Hiiuicin J c t uia" i m u v
braaka, per cwt., $2.00; best high grade
patent Minnesota, per cwt., $2 30; straight
patent Nebraska, per cwt., $2.00; second
patent Nebraska, $1.90.
CURED FISH Family whiteflsh, per H
bbl., 100 lbs., $4.60,; Norway mackerel, per
bbl., 200 ids. : uioaters, tivou; no. i, a.w;
No. z, k'6.ou; ino. a, insn ino. x.
$17.00. Herring, ln bbls., 200 lbs, each: Nor
way, 4k, tieuu; Norway, aa, tu.w; Hoi
land, mixed, $11.60. Holland herring In
kegs: Milkers, 80c; kegs, mixed, 70c.
BROOMS No. 1 carpet, $3.26; No. 8 car
pet, $2.40; No. 3 plain. $3.25.
CANNCU uuuwa v ur ii, iianaara west
ern, 65 i( 6" c ; Main, $1.25. Tomatoes, 8-lb.
cans, $l.Xi31.60; 2-lb.. 7HCa$1.00; pine
apples, grated. 2-lb., $2.A62.3o; sliced, 11.9
t2.20; gallon apple, fancy. $1.60; Cali
fornia apricot, $1.4tvg2.00; pear, $1.75
O t. , r.aliu. fanfv tl 7Vfii all- tl I
action th market at th clos of th week stockers, $3.0oBS.90.
la stll ful v 164i:o hlah.r than at th. elna. Tv,k'""'
la still fully 164i26o higher than at the close
oi last ween.
Cow and heifers had abodt the aam ex
perience as fat steers, except that they
howed still mor advance during th first,
four day of the week and did not mak aa
Kw York Llv Stoek Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 893 head; no trad of Importance;
two ear enangea nsnas at arjout ateaay
much loss on Friday? io that at th close Pces; beef slow at 64jyc for native ide; EVAPORATED FRUITS Fancy Mulr
of th week they are abSut 2So hSh" export, today 1,086 Head cattle and 6.W peache. 12'4c; choice Mulr peachei. llt.o;
i.... fci...:.j 1. ouartera of beef. rini-v vellnw 12'i.c- hO-fl nmnu a.."7n
."ii wit ihi DuuiuBj, jim ii ik ll ei aa.ou i - : - .
was paid for cows during the week, but.
a a matter oi course, they wer very
good. Th very excellent demand that ha
prevailed all tne week for cow and heif
ers Is a noteworthy feature of th cattl
Blocker and feeder were not In vnrv
targe supply on an
CALVES Receipt. 148 head: nothing
doing for lack of stock; nominally steady.
Dressed In light supply and steady at sHtt
14c for city dressed veals and tVllVc for
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reeelpts, I.M3
head; almost nothing doing; BUr holding
orated black rasoberrles. 36c. fancv nun
v dav of the week but I ior aieauy prices; i-umniun ao viiuicer lainos ibc, cnoice, tc; is
ther were a few coining all th time. Cjuotawo at h.2r.37.ii0; no aneep nere. upricota, Uc;
while the country demand wa temnorarllv
cut off by th severe storm of Tuesday, ln
consequence of this some little aocumulation
of feeders took place toward the latter part
oi wis ween, and in reeling wa generally
cnaier aa a reaun oi mi
HOGS Receipts. 1,773 head; no sales:
market feeling taoy on uunaio advice.
fancy yellow, 12'4,c: 60-60 prunes, 7o; eu-70,
7tc; fancy New York ring apples, llc;
choice, lotto; fancy 4-crown loose musca
tel raisins. iVic; 1-crown, 7c; 2 -crown. 6WCJ
fancy seeded ralsl.is tn 1-lb. cartons. 7u:
choice seeded, In 12-os. cartoons. 7Ve; ast
ern pitted cherries, 17c; Now York vap-
ancy nectarines. 8c: fancy
choice royal. 10Vo: Hal.
low en date, 6 Vic; glace citron. 17c:
died. 16c; lemon, ltVac; orange. Wise
st. Joseph Lira Stoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Feb. 17. -CATTLE
T .,,.11 a VkK hall H ' Til .rU.t ftf Aarlv- nalluu
Feeder hav not shown tha advance that tl linftfi 1ft- enwa and helfera. ll.6odi4 Mi:
fat cattle have, largsly for the reason that stockera and feedera. U.0U1H.W.
they were already high; still they gained HOGS Reoelpts. 8.938 head: market 6tf
Li!?.whJlt.1"rLnJf.'h rr.yo'th. l higher; clo.ed weak: llgh . K.8M6.07H. TunTcy proedin.a oP he John' F SSX
r.1- "T.r'T1"" 'r,r.. m." medium heavy. .t4j.io; pulk Of sales. Lumber cotnnanv of Nahvtll T.nn -VS
iri in i . , . . . - . ' . - i
HilEEf ANU LAMBS KeoelptS, S0g
head; market aleady; lambs, $7.00; wethers,
at th close, the market could not at th
present tlm b quoted materially higher
iimn ii was ai me end oi lost weg.
J. At. Pt. Mu At. Ir
1 11W) I 00 4 urt i it
lltJUS tor a Saturday ther was a very
detent run of hugs, 119 fresh car being
reported in. Th total for tn week shows
a slight falling oft, a compared with last
weex, put a heavy gain over a year .ago.
In fact, the receipts this week are mor
than double what they wer fwr th corre
sponding week of last year.
Condition war generally In seller' favor
thl morning and every on started out
asking considerably mor money for hi
holdings. While buyers wer a little slow
at first about nutlinv rin the m&rli.r wna
reasonably active when the trade wa one South Omaha
unuer way, witn values generallv a big 6o oluu
higher than yesterday. Th hoa sold
laigely at 16.9oga.9.Vk. a against tillVi'l
o o. n ycaieruay. i ne lop, ao.uu. was 60
hipher than tne best price yesterday.
This ha bean a great wawk t th seller
of hogs, aa everything had bean coming
their way. At th opening th hogs solil
ln identically th same notches SB at th
close of the previous week. Turing the
Limber Company Falls.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 17. A receiver
wa appointed here thi afternoon for th
F. E. Creeltnan Lumber Manufacturlna-
company by the federal court. The failure
I said to be In connection with the bank-
th failure of th Bank of America of.
Slonx City Live- Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Feb. 17.-Soclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 600 head: mar
ket steady; beeves, $.) fc,tjj 60; cows, bulls
and mixed. $2.7684.ou; stockers and feeders,
$3 .oyji-l.iu; calves and yearlings, $2.761.8.60.
HOUS Receipts, l.cou head; market 60
higher, selling at $5.iottt.fc; bulk of sales,
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
wssiern mantel yesicraay ware aa louows:
Cattle. Hog. Sheeo.
6,132 4. .44 7,103
Kan City o
St. Joseph ts5
St. Louis 6u0 4.0UV
Chicago J u.ooo
.7,817 8-J.6K1 11.904
Oil and Rosin.
NFW YORK Fah IT fil I A-fr.Itinu.t
next tnre day value advanced rapidly steady; prime rrud. f o. b., mills, I4o;
and after a nliirht reaction nf eviHav w-i. n.-i...- i.iIaw bi.i. ... . .a, ' o. ...,... -. . 4 .
still decidedly higher than at th beclnnln rertned New' York. 47 tin- vhilarli.ithiu unri
' -iei. ..mi vn-j luvincr luuar in xjaitimore, 41.10; in ouik, (i.va. Turpentine,
naiMv. i- mu ecu v mailer tiian 11 wn 1 quiei II U'fli.c.
at tn cios or last week. hile th aver- ROSIN-Steady; strained, common to
-ii pi --- -1 wiiit-11 iiuss were sailing today I good. 4-1. yo.
W. Farnam Smith & Go.
We offer subject to sale
20 to K0 shares
IXIOX 8TOCK YARDS
1320 Farnam St., Tel. Douglas 1D64
MY SPECIAL LETTERS
TELL ALL ABOUT
Tonopah, Bullfrog, DtamondMeld and the
new discoveries at
Is Just about 16.90, one year ago the averaga
prue waa n aa. two years ago b 03, three
year ago $7.02. Th last mentioned price
wa th highest at which hog hav solj
on thl market during the nvinth of Feb
ruary sine 183. when thy averagad $8.18
on in iiin or in montn.
At. Sh. Ft Ko.
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..114 40 I H
..IM ... I 14 74 ...
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All th latest developments and tha best
SAVANNAH. O.. Feb. H.-rOIL-Turpen- lom ' buy' tha ur!St
WAILHD FREE. WRITE TODAY.
L. TRKVOR LEWIS.
49 Eiehan( Plaoa, Nw York.
Ano at Manhattan. Kym Co., Nevada.
. t ul
... I H
44 I 14
... I M
... I M
44 4 M
tine, firm at 09c.
ROBIN Firm: A. B. C. I). a K and
$3 86; H, $4 16; I, $4 60; K. $6.16, M, $6.40
P. Oak T171 it. Ur 1 IT j fVi
tv-rv, T VJ, IJ , fT if, fV.CV-
OIL CITT, Fa., Feb. 17 OIL Credit bal
noes, im; shipment. 44.866 bbls.; aver-
are. .tM bbls. : runs. 71. (US bbls : averaaa.
69.9t bbls.: Uma. shipments. 60.233 bbls
average. 68,741 bbls.; Lima, runs, 49,224 bbls.;
average, si.awi ddlb.
NEW YORK. Feb. 17.-aDOFFEBiTh
market ior oorr future ooesed ateadv
In th absence of Important offering wltn
a paruai loss ui puini during in ses
sion on somewhat dlaarjoulntlnv
Th market cloa4 sisady, ot uoohaogetl
F. Du Day Cl Co.
Stock. Grain. Provision
Skip Year Or at a tm Is.
raaeh oat, lio-lll Baar4 ! Trac
HiagM Omaha. Tlpsn Bnl4V
Ci-14 Kxchaox Bid.. South Omaha.
Bell Tbone t!4 ludpodeolf hoa S.
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