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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1907)
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GKALN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Irrt it Clet Pit ii all in Ttot cf
OPTIONS WEAKCR, RALLYING AT CLOSL
WarldVe fktsrawewts IwrnM Ores a
aa Prlasary Iteeelpts
All BmH' Riln llfaif,
rtalaklaa; Frartioa ta.
OMAHA. Feb. 1. 17.
Wheat news today u bearish. World's
h.pment wer larger than a year ago
and lha increase on ocean passage wa
heavy. Northwestern receipt were large
anl the total primary receipts 0.m busn
ela larger than a year ago. The weather
waa favorable. Tha market started weaker,
but raJliad on reports of g d export busi
ness, amounting in all to forty-three loads.
Corn wu steady all day, c rosing a frac
tion higher. Receipt were large and ml
mataa fair for tomorrow. Email world a
shipment, about half of what tney were a
year mo, caused a firmer tone In cables.
Cash corn and oata wer unchanged in
World's wheat shipments were i;.304.ono
bu. : corn ahipmenta were 2.6W.O00 bu. On
paaaaga wheat Increased 6.JA.O00 bu. : corn
Cecreaaed 418 two bu. The vUlhla wheat cup
ply decreased a.Ono bu. ; corn Increased
LaTt.nw bu.; oats decreaed '0 bu.
Primary wheat receipt wre 1.111000
buahela and shipments 300,00.1 bushels,
against renelpts last year of M4,0f bushels
and shipments 3,004 buahela. Coin receipts
were l.UO.ow) buahela and ahipmenta 6'KW
buahela, against receipts la at year or .
buahela and shipments of M.4D bushds.
Clears noea were 481.000 buahela wheat, Zl.'
barrela pr-ir. K7.000 buahela corn, 10,00
Liverpool closed unchanged to Hd tower
on wheat and rjaiAd higher on com.
An elevator man operating In eastern Ne
braska and western Iowa aaya: "We are
selling oata and com to go eiuth. In west
ern Iowa those who have sold corn for
February end March ahlpment to Chicago
are tryrmt to cancel their sale, aa they
can get mora money for shipment south."
Local range of options:
Articles. Open. High. I Ijdw. Close. I Sat y.
vr - . t
CIV i 41V6B
4Bt SB WB WNB1
i ftB! SB HH;
A aaktak B bid.
Oaitka rash Prices
WHEAT No, t hard, fr70c: No. 1 hard.
Vnc; No. 4 hard, tnfi.v-c; No. I spring.
CORN No. I, JseSSHc: No. I yellow.
Mc: No. I white, JH.v.fi4mvlC.
OATS No. I mixed, 874r37ic; No. I white,
JSCSVc: No. white, D7V
RTE No. 1 eoc; No. I, 68c
Wheat. Corn. Oata
ss ' ioi
CHICAGO GRAISI AD
Featsm af the Trad I as; aad rioalaK
Prleva aa Ber4 af Trade.
CHICAGO. Feb. IK A revival of export
demand caused elrength today in tha iuc&l
wheat market, the May dt-Uvery cloaing at
a net gain of Sc. Corn waa up SWc
Oats w-re "vSc higher. Provisions war
Considering the formidable array of
' ... . , 115.741. lara. lower; prime steam. 9.a.
'fu'orirhV m.rkT w?I ' ""'t meats, higher; boxed, extra sh
.,1. Th. FiTiment wof5 ', d' ril. tl0.t4.; short elf
'tr'; ,Tm. nm, i. i.1"' P"000- higher: boxed, extra ah.
on for a few minutes at the , .... 1.
ir.a except-jon lot a lew nullum ai inci
opening, being bullish all day. The easy tone 1
at the opening wss caused by the weekly
statistics which were more favorable to
the bears thun had been anticipated. The
moat Important of these weakening factors
wera world's shipments of 11J.000 bo. dur
ing the last week and an Increase of S.iAO,-
tftiw bu. In tha amount of breadstuff on
ocean pasaage. Increased receipts at Mln-
neapolls and Duluth also depressed the
early market. Despite these Influences
commission houses were active buyers and
as trading progressed tha demand was
augumented by the free covering of shorts.
This Improvement In demand was largely
due to reports claiming an Increased ac
tivity In' the export trade. One repot t from
New York dec 'a red that forty boat loada
had been taken there for export. The mar
ket closed strong with prices near the
h I sheet
at point. May opened MjVe lower at
to iTSc. advanced to 7Vo and closed
at 7Hac Clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 616.KW bu. The visible supply
decreased SSJ.000 bu. Primary receipts were
1.111.11 bu.. against 814. Of" bu. for the sum
day lost year. Mlnneapolla, 'Duluth and
Cnlcago reported receipts of x2S cars,
against 431 last week ana 04) cars one year
Corn was Arm sit dsy on lively btddirg by
commission house and shorts. Recue of
a scarcity of offerings the volume of trad
ing waa not large. The chief strengthening
Influences were a sharp advance at Liver
pool, fresh renorts of damace bv drouth
iv--!!5!rllJ!an.d," "ft d'an1
set closed firm. May opened a shade to He
higher at 461647c, sold up to 47ic and
closed at 47vc. Local receipta were 1,121
cara, with none cf contract grade.
There waa very little tradlna In the nara
pit. out tne market
with wheat and corn. Condition remained
mm 111 iiipaiuy
unchanged and the cash demand fairly
active. May opened a shade lower to a
shad higher at 4'JVti4oSc. advanced to
te, snd closed at 4vc. Local receipts
were 241 cars.
Liberal receipts of live hogs here snd at
other packing ctntera caused fre selling,
and an extremely weak market. At the
close May pork was off &?Sc at J!4.7a Lard
w as down J7c at t fc. Riba were lac
lower at tO.2.
Estimated lecelpta for tomorrow are:
Wheat. 3 cars, corn. 4t cara; oata, 1st
cars: hogs, to.Oub bead.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles." Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. I Sat'y"
tti 7t !
44 I 44
it. ts ev
IT 17H 17 1TH 1 TS
17 JO 17 tO It W
IB as I ?H
t HA,! KfH t
IW I KW 774'
t t?H t rrij 1 12)
t 40 t 41HI t 2S I
16 75 i
Cash auotatlons were as follows:
FLa1'R ttteady: winter patenta, txaoff
tki; winter straichta. HmjQZ J; spring pat
ents. t.7tf ; spring atraixhta, Mlk':
bakers. i ancri st.
WHEAT No. t spring, 7e4c-; No. t
prlng. 74KSc; No. 2 red. T3'ti74'c.
CtiRN-No. 1. 4Hc; No. 2 yelkiw. 44c.
CAT8-N0. t sV: No t white. 4oJ
Jc; No. t white. aVSOdtc.
RYr-No. t wv44c.
BARLEY-Fair to choice malting. IT&aTr.
SEElt-No. 1 flax, 1117; No. 1 north
western, tl 24 Prime timothy, tt.&S. Clover,
contract grade. tU
PKoVlhlONa Snort rlba. sides Ooose,
lHf li Meas pork, per bbl.. tlt.:
Lard, per H ins.. t C thort clear sides
1 hosed 1. taStrs-U.
The leoelpta and ahipmer.u of flour and
grain were: neceipt. Stupmeats
.. 11. r
Worst, bu ....
t ml, bu
Oa th Proilucs exchang today tha but
ter market waa steady; creamortaa. t
LV: dairies. ksrr- Egsa firm, at mark,
case mcliKied. iJji4c: firsts, V; prim
hrst. Sc; extras, 27c Chees. strong.
llrfrsasl Grata a a 41 Pravlalaaa.
LIVERPOOU Feb. ltWHEAT-Spot.
sinr.g. No. 2 r4 western winter, 4a
lutur.a. steady: March, t 6d; May, w
tVi. July rd.
CX'RN-Spvt. Arm; American mixed new.
4 id : olo. 4s ad; future, firm; March, 4
4 .d, May. 4 td.
HOl-o-lu Lou Jan Pacific ooaat, quiet,
MIbbmbvsIU Oral Market.
' MINNE4P01 IS. Feb. Ii WH EAT
Steady. May. TVVr: rash wheal No. 1 hard.
- ; No. 1 nurtbern, aic; No. 2 aort hern.
FLoCR iDchaAgaMl; first patenta, fe.lW
. K W lORK. CKStRtL DtKKKT
af the Ir
NEW TORK. Feb. 1 - KUOfR Receipts.
2V bbls ; eiports. 14.M"i bbis.; marset
dull and about steady; Minnesota pst-DLS.
H. l('a4 4i'; ainter S1rs;ghts. M 4a.t K.; kun
nesota tiSkers, U .V'i.t ".a; winter etrss, WOO
tii; a lntrr k-w grade. K.i-- m. Kye
flour, firm; lair to good. Mswuf', choice
to !n '. tav.-a4.ji. tiucsa tieal flour, dull,
sili'u'.o. rit and to arrive,
CuKN.Mb.AU hlrm; fine white and yel
low, 1 ul.Ju, coarse, II lo'pl.U; kiln dried.
C (Whj 7s
WHEAT Receipts. te.r bu.; eporta.
S4S.1M bu. Bp.t. .market firm; No. I red.
c elevator; -No. 2 r-d. S.'c f- o. b. afloat;
No. 1 Northern Luluih. K"Hc f. o. b. afioat;
No. 2 hard winter, 7V? f. o. b. afloat. In
face of bearish weekly statis Ics niarket was
generally firm all nay. closing Sptc net
I. igher. Its main Influences wr bullish
cabk s. export rumors, big clearances, un
favorable weather west, covering of shorts
and preui,ed lighter receipts at Kana.is
City. May closed kic; July, W"c; Septem
CORN Receipts. 149.42S bu.; exports, M,
J5 bu. Fpot. maxket st-ady; No. X. 6c eie
vator and 63c f. o. b. afloat: No. 2 white,
64H; No. 2 yellow. Mvc f. o. b. ail oat ;. Op
tion market was without transactions, clos
ing higher. May closed 64c; July. MSc
OAT3 Receipts, 7.M) bu.: exports, 1.440
bu.. Ppot, niarket firm; mixed oats.
pounds. 47Vc; natural white, pound.
4Vii;. Vr; clipped while, S&iHO pounds,
HAY Stead v; good to choice, tl.OOQrl.lA.
HOP9 Steady; Tadfic ooaat, 1!HS, 10 5c;
HIDES Steady; Galveston. 20 to 25
Pounds. ?; California. 21 to 2 pounds,
lie: Texas dry. it to SO pounds, lfc.
LEATHER Plead v: acid, Z72c
PROVISIONS Beef, Orm; family, nor?
!( ; mess, tWa SO; beef hams. M V'i
'JSOO; packet. $'l.612.flO; city, extra India
mess. .o.'0't-3.. Cut meats, ateady;
Jlckled helHea. tlO.TFlLSO; pickled hams,
12.a. I-arJ. easy; prime, l3.7tij 80; re
fined, weak; compound. I1 .R3Vj.R7'. conti
nent. I"ork. firm; family, shot clear,
tie &i.6; mess, tl auiils.Js.
TALLAJW Easy; city. ic; country,
RU'K Steady; domestic fair to extra.
CafrNc: Japan, nominal.
BL'TTER Firm; street price, extra
creamery, t34r4i34c; ofRclal prices creamery,
common to extra. fl"J3c; held, common to
extra, TlfaSlc; state, dairy, common to
finest. XiJiSlc; renovsted, common to extra,
W'jMcS western factory, common to firsts,
17ti'.'lc; western Imitation creamery, extras,
Ja'-Tc: firsts. Z3a2c.
CHEESE Firm; stats full cream, small
and large, September fancy. 14c; October
beat. HV<'ac; good to prime. i;&13c;
winter made, average best,Wc; Inferiors,
UaiiV; ekims. 8Hl&ll,c. .
EtKift Strong; state. Pennsylvania and
rfarby fancy selected white, 331c; choice.
ZMa'&c; brown and mixed extras. 2tkftJ9c;
firsts to extra firsts. iS'a27c; western firsts.
36c: off) cinl price, Xc; seconds. 2s36V-
POCLTRT Dressed steady; western
chickens, lajiici turkeys, 14t&-17c; fowls, Ittt
t. Itwta Geaeral Market.
ST. UOfia Feb. It. WHEAT Higher;
track No. 2 red cash, TTTVjc; No. 2 hard,
4u;c. May, 77c; July, .uSc.
CORN Higher; track No. 2 cash, 43y&
44c; No. 2 white. 454K; May, 44c; July.
OATS Firm: track No. 2 caah, 41c; No.
2 white, 42c; May. iM,c; July, .
FlAJt'R Steady; red winter patenta,
tS SOifj S.sO; extra fancy and straight,
U.at'3.V; clear. 6&4r2 M.
SEKI Timothv steady, $2.60tJ4.OO.
Ci KNMEAE rirm. 12.40.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track. 9c
HAY Steady; timothy. $U. 006 11.01;
prairie. 110 0Q IS 00
IRTi.V COTTTiN TIES tl 10.
HEMP TWINE 11c.
PROVISIONS Pork lower: Inbbln-.
tlS.70. Iard. lower; prime steam. tf.2o- Dry
. ... eiiu-i.. . k .. 1 A.
lli tf- Cle" ribi' 10-8'' ,nort cleart
POl"LTRT Firm: chickens. 10Ve; sprlnrs,
JJHcMurkeys. HHc; ducks, HHc; geese. 7c
I BCTTER-Steady; creamery, 2734tc;
I dairy. 216 27c.
EGOS Firm. fPuc
. - Receipts.
I fftnlt. kkla ' , AAA
j n-vt v, rk m
, fV " LL., snS Jin
I ,.' w,
1 09 " H.w
Kaaaaa City Grata a ad Pravlalaaa.
KANSAS CITT. Feb. It WHEAT May,
TlVc; July, 717ic: September, TISc; caah.
No. 2 hard, 7tj71e: No. , 67070c; No. 2 red,
73Sfr74ic: No. t. 64S73c.
CORN May, 4Hfrc; July. 4?e; September.
1 No! 2 white ti:Va42Sc: No. t, ijCHe'. '
' OATS I'nchanged; No. 2 white, 41HlHc;
No. z mixed. 4Ci4c.
HAT Weak; choice timothy, tlS.OO01S.sO;
Choice prairie, tll.OoU.50.
RYE Steady, K(i;c.
BI TTER Creamery. 3;e; packing, 20c,
LOGS 10 lower; firsts. 27c.
Wheat, bu iR3.m W.4
Corn, bu (n,O0 47,ttJ
Oata. bu 17.0UO 21.000
Board of Trade uuntatlons for Kansas
City delivery. The ran re of pricea. as re
ported by Logan A Bryan. Ill Board of
Artlcles. Open. I Hlgh.l Low. I Close.
71 715'2! 71H-! Tl"
Visible Bapply ( Grata.
NEW TORK. Feb. 11-Th visible supply
of grain Saturday, February It, as compiled
by the New York Produce exchange, was as
Wheat. 4S.S8o,W0 bu.: decrease. 9K2.000 bu.
Corn, t. 448.(i0 bu.; Increase. 2.11k.wu0 bu.
Oats. ll.Z12.uotf bu.; decrease. JM.OuO bu. Rye,
1.4.0U0 bu.; decrease, K.' bu. Barley,
2.471.U00 bu.; decrease, 14C0O0 bu.
Mllwaakra Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Feb. la. WHEAT
Lower; No. 1 northern. KfcTsJc; No. I north
ern, 75-'gc: May. 7c bid.
RYE Weak: No. 1. fcVti.
B A KLETV Firm ; No. 2. tc, sample, LZQ
CORN Firm; No. t caah, 4142c; May,
47 So asked.
PEORIA, 111.. Feb. It CORN-Nomlnal;
No. I yellow and No. t. 40c
OATS Steady; No. 2 white. 40c; No, I
white. aVw2rc; No. 4 white, SS'I.
RYE fteady; No. t, 67tJc.
WHISKY On basis of tl.2 for BnUhed
Dalath Grata Market.
Dl'LlTH. Feb. IS. WHEAT On track.
No. 1 northern. (
em, &oc; No. t northern. 7i,e;
July, kev-; September, 7SC
OATS-To arrive, tec
Laadaa f lealaar ItaMrka.
LONDON. Feb. la. Cloaing quotations on
4 14-14 M . K. A T 44
4 U-14 N. T. teatml lit-
... llw Karfolk A W am
. . ll- do pfd St
Dal. A Ofcia
Chsa. A Obis ...
Caloaso Ot W". .
C . at A St r...
sanf A R O
o 1st p't
tlllsota Ci.ul .
...i -Oouina A W
...llf raasorlTaal ....
...1M kai.4 Mlas
... U-m Raadla
... lax suaisera Railway ... saw
a r' IS
... JX Soataera Paciac STV
... late Paciac iu
... al I pfd ab
... I' S. Siaal 4t
... rtv, ixt im
... al Waaaab jiv
...IMS pt 14
.. .14 llpaaiaa as at
UevisTllio A V
SILVER Bar. ateady, Hd per ounca.
IIUNLI -4Vu per cent
Th rat t- t discount In th open aaarkt
for abort bUis la 4 per cent, for thx
month' blka, 4 per cent.
Basta Capper Mark,
Closing quotations oa Boston exppr mar
kC reported by Logan at Bryan, 112 Board
of Trad building, ntuita:
awitiirs . -- 4 stubs k .: St
A.leuel Na'aaa faainliaale. 11
Stlaalls 17 Kan Butt ID
Bir.,uM Old Iloauala 11,
ba Moasula I Usoaela i:.v
bostoa Coaeoliaat.. SS tlm. Sarrm '
butts Ceaiiuos Paea tarrtca. 'd ..
taitisM A anaoaa. 11 bulaey 14)
Calamat A Hscla....sa Sauaaa ntt
Casuaalal - 444 lajaarmck Ul
recear Saass taw Taai Co par ... M
l.i Waat taTnailir Mi,
F-aaa salt 14 t aiua Pea a lu
rrmnklis - a la4 Stalaa, saav.
Oraace Caspsr U I aita Stataa. ptt ... d
Ora&br H...llwlaS robawoaalad
KM vat la 4 I ua luvpmr
lax koial MS V totaria
Janrtlue l'.Wiaaa ...........
). S A nttaLarg... Ma w airr:is
.ta ' ... aa 1 antiiaa
........... 2: a a-r"4 .........
a. a: second patents. U 15 !V firsr
monil dears., 41 4041. flu.
fcKAN la bulk. IT. Ti.
teV.iori iro Larttly rrofrMo al act
Movement Irrsso r tnd ! i'.tt cc
J Mi AND CALL KONLY RATtS FIRM
AelllBSCoatlaaea All Day aad Market
la Weak Except at I lose, Whea
It Becamea Flraa aa Bay
las hy Bears.
NEW TORK. Feb. ll-The dealings In to
day s maraet appeared to be largny profes
sional In their origin. 1 he mo enient wji
h'sitating and Iricgular in the t aorta of
the prolrssional ttadera t.t t;rope lor n
eRecuve leadership. '1 he incloeiil that haU
most to do witn curMt.g tie dcinanl
ariich started early firices upwards was Hit;
character of the selling in Amalgamated
col per and Anaconda.
trailera turned to the short side of
the market or reduced long commitments
in response to this supposed admonition.
The maraet also was confronted witn the
news that the Bank of England had again
secured all of the arrivals ol South Afmnn
gold In Liondon, thus belying the confident
expectation of last week tnut the Inward
movement of gold would begin this meek.
Thia represents the progress of efforts in
the various financial markets to work out
toe nice balance of their several needs w:tn
aa little unaettlement as possible. Sterling
exchange in tTls rose lgo.ouly today ana
this was sttrlbuted to remittances from
Paris to London In payment of subscriptions
to American railroad note lasues. An accu
mulation of American credua in Ixmoon Is
thus going on and the absence of competi
tion against the Bank of England for the
gold In lxmdon was again said to be duo
to deference of New ork bankers to the
needs of London market. The London
"The flurry which arose last autumn re-
suited entirely from the fact that New
York was unaware of London having
reached the limit of ita gold resources. Had
New York been closely acquainted with
the situation here gold Imports would prob
ably have been stopped before the advance
In the Bank of England rate to 6 per ctnl
This means that shipments of gold from
London to New York are dependent only
on any real need In the Nfw York market.
The day's rumors today were largely
dealing with supposed coming note Issues,
of which the extent snd variety were said
to be great. No authoritative announce
ments followed the rumors. The compila
tion of national bank returns to the comp
troller, received from Washington today,
claimed the principal Interest, on account
of the increasing excess of the loan item
over the Individual deposits. In fact, com
pared with the previous statement of No
vember 12, there has been an actual shrink
age In the deposit Item of over I174.ii.i0.
wlille loans have expanded in the same
time, tS.iOI.SM, and over January last year
upwards of f2,CiO.OOOL It la because of this
movement of the deposit Item that the
banks, while showing a d-cline of some
rS.OOc.Oi since November lrt their cash hold
ings, are able to report fn Increase In pro
portion of reserve to deposits from 20.W
per cent to 21 S3 per rent.
Money was firm today both for call and
time loans, partly on account of the fail
ure to engage any gold In London for New
York. The prospect of the early r4 sump
tion of the Interstate Commerce commis
sion's Inquiry Into the Harrlman railroad
combination waa made something of in
the depressed movement of the market.
The selling paused at Intervals, but was re-
newea oerore any important recoveries en
sued, except the final covering movement
among street bears, which brought tha
market to a firm cloaing.
Ponds were heavy. Total sales par value,
tl.S&S.'r.o. Cnlted States bonds were un
changed on call.
The following was the range of prices on
th New York Stock exchange:
galea Bisk. Law. Clna.
Adaaw Kxpraaa. sx-4tv.
Amalgamated Coppar .
Am r. A T
Am. C. A P. pf4
Am. Ctoa Oil
Am. Cottos Oil pfd...,
Am. H A U s'd
la Uoaaa Oil
Am. LJaase4 Oil pfd...
Am. LtoeomfSIvs pf. ...
Am. B. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Surar Rsflnlsc
Am. Tobaoce pfd. rtfa
Anaeonde Mlatng Co..
Atlsntle Chaat Ua....
Baltlmora A Ohio
Ralttmoro A Okls pfd..
Brook Ira Rapid Tr....
47.K 1144, nit, ll4
l.Ms) 444, 41 Ta 4?
too II 1:44
1.700 71 7
. 17.400 1S 14414 1441,
. ) 1144, 114 114
. 1.4O0 TW4 5 iJf,,
la N S4 f1,
.io son ri 4
. ll.siw i4 inst, 1014
100 m m
ion inn int4 ikh
. 1.200 1144 1114a 1'H
f t Or 71 T1A 74
. 14.S0" 14144 117 17t4
10 110 f' pTf
. 1 000 13 H 1214 SS
. I too 1474 i4
. 21.700 lb0 ut 14t
Ceatral ef K. 1
Chesapeake A Ohio
Cnlcaso Ot. W
T.. M. A St. r
rloas T A T
rklsaca T. A T. pTd
C. C. C A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A so
Cola. A Sa. 1st pfd
Col. A So. Id pfi
Cara Prodaru pfd
Delaware A Hadaoa
fiat.. U A W
Danrer A R. O
D A R. O. ptd
Erta 1st pfd
Bria Id pfd
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pamp pfd
Iowa Centra I pfd
Kanaaa City s
K. C. S. pfd
Lou'rrilla A KashrllU
ama A St. Lonla
at , St. P. A S. B. If
at . St. P A B S. at. pfd.
M. K. A T
st.. K. A T. ptd
Naa Tork Central
K. T . O A W
Kerf oik A W
Norfolk A W. pfd
Pan Sr stall
P.. C, C A St. L
Prisail steal Car
P I t c pfd
ralimaa Paiao Car
Reading 1st pfd
Raadlns Id p'd
kapublla sual pfl
Rock I aland Ce
Re-k Ialaod Ca pfd
RaUwr Oooda pfd
St. L A g P Id pfd
St. Lsuia P W
St. L . W. pfd
So. ParlSe pfd
Bo. Rail war pfi
Taaasaaaa C. A I
Taaaa A Parlflc
Ml L t W
T . St. U A W. pfd
t'aioa Paciac pfd
r. S. Kapraaa
C. I. kaaltr
r I. Rabbsr
C. S Rabtxr pfi.....
r. B. Steal
r. B Steal pf
a-ra Cbaav. ptd
Waatara t ales
Wnealmj A U
Wiacaaata . antral
ia Caetral pfd
Central leather ptd . . ..
lUai f hafnald Steal
Oraat Nartaara pfd
let Mat pfd
I 14 77
14. tun u
A 10. lit
400 147t4 lflS HI
n 17V, 1TV4 17
104 tt 04 so 14
1,100 144 244
47.4IW JSJs 1J04 lt.
- - -
171. U0 124S US 134
14 i!,v aa
1.4fl s M14
l.wto s ts 2s
400 s W 44
lt. 404 4S l?S
Km 11TS 11T
i27t rs 4
100 US SB s
t7,iu ms 174S lTt.s
4.l at . its 47
42 IW if 44S 4S
lew is 1"4 lws
Io ti j. nz
o 12s ITS I74
4W 145S 13S 1--4
l 71S I 71
4 4 171 w 1
. IK4 14 US
40 T2 Tl
Total sales tar ta a
new fork Mlatagj llaeka.
NEW YORK. Feb. II Closing quotations
mining siocas went
A 4a ma t oa 14 LiUla aaa
tIMa U.UIU , T74
braec 34 (Hikis 2,
bsaaaelrk Cos 44 Potaa 14
liaaatork Taanal .... 17 Savage a4
Cos. Cel. A Vs. 4 Sierra Kevada 14
Hura Silaar 11 Small Htaxe M
Irea Bllaar 40 Staadar ts
Laa4llM Caa I 1
Bask ! tieraaaay ktateaaeat.
BERLIN. Feb. 18 Th weekly statement
of the Imperial bank of Germany shows
th following charges: Cash la aand. In
creased. A 4o mark; treasury notr
increased. 2 .61 txa marks: other securities,
decraaised. 2i.lol uoO marks; tn le in circu
lation, decreased, tl.ako.tu marks
WASHINGTON. Feb, IA Today's state
ment oa the treasury balance In the g.-n-
rati fund, exclusive of the i:o. uw.iwi g'dd
leatnc, aliwws; AvaiLabi vtvsh tsalaiK.
I.;"e.-v :-; t.U coin sn1 bullion. ll"J.l,4l.-4.-,
ro.J certiiu nt a. l-H.Ci..V.i.
Us lark Maary Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. H.-MONEY On rail,
firm at 4uiS pel cent; ruling rate, i per
cent; c-i"(i,Tig t.ni, 4 per tent; (offered, at t
per cent. Time l.ns, stronger; days.
b T cut; ) dijs. S',"!'"'1- per cent; (
n "t li V'?lm per c.-nl
HUME MERCANTILE PAPER-&&iVi
r r cent.
STKRLINO EXCHANtJB Fteady with
actu.il business in bankers bHis st 14 i'M
4 M.s". for demand, and st 14 3 -ni 8 for
sixty n.. y bills: posted rates, t 8. Vj-';
C'll.merct.ll trtlls, II
SILVER Bar, ti!c; Mexican dillaxa,
BONDS Oovernment, steady; rs!lroad
Closing quotations on bends wera as
V B. la res
I T.Ki japaa (a. M sarlaa ..
4o 4a M"-4
do 4va etfa H
1C do ti awis
r. i. aid 4a, rr t.
a N anl. 4a n"
t. S. a aa. rrg..
Am. Tntianea 4b...
Atrhlsnn sa. aa..
di adj 4
Atlantic r. 1
tul. Ohio 4a..
:k. R. T. r. a.
...ion, Man. e I 4a 1 "
...lit H't ritrl 4a
...IM I d. 1st lrt ... 4
... 7taMlni. St. L 4a.. R
...ill1 '11 K. T. a M
.lt'l do !a M
.". :V'N R R. of M e 4a .
... S N Y. c. . Wa t
...fnV J. C. f w.....l!-v
No Partflr 4a. ltiltk
f. A W. r. 4a
o. 8 L rta 4a.....
Pens, cost 4Ha
MnadlDf pi 4s t'A
S. L A 1. M a U..lll
ft L S P. ft 4a. alw
Central of Oa. hm :e
tie 1M Inc u
o 14 lac 74
sea. a Ohio
hlthfo A. ISa
C. U 14. a. 4a.
C. R I. A P. 4a.
do roi. ba
SC U. B. W. c. 4a.. 7v
Seaboard A. L. 4a... II
So. Parltc 4a aa
do lrt 4 ctla
t0. Railway ta. Hi
7xa P. la 114
n . et u w. 4. . 11
1 010. ina. ,
'li. a So. 4...,
D. A R. O. . .
I!atHlsn' Sr tt
Erla p. I. 4a
..l'tnioa ridk 4a N'lv,
.. ' t . J Sie.1 Id ta..... a
.. Wabaah la Ill
.. 17V o orb B 71
aCl.-ptrfi Wd 4a SI
Hokins Val. 41,.. ...!, L. 4a. U
K,wia,. (.antral as a
Boatoa Stork a ad Boada.
BOSTON. Feb. 1. Call loans, 6trJ7 per
rent; time loans, t.few per cent. Official
prices on stocks and bonds were:
Atrhiaoa adj. 4S-.
.. II ,Atlanttr
.. S?S' Bingham
.. 44 j'al A Hail...
. . 4r a Coppar Ran .
..Z84 I.r Weat
. .UJ", Lie Roral ....
Urx Central 4s...
float aa A Albany..
Boatoa A Maine...
bnaton Klevaled ..
Mx. I antral
u Via Mimas ..
N. T ,
H. A H...l2a Mlcntsaa
U . Mohawk
la Ion Pacific ...
Am. Arxa. Cham
Amar. Sugar ....
Amar. T. A T...
...17i Mont. C. A C.
... U ;Old Dominion
... SJ luseaola
do pfd 100
Edison Eire 1HU....U
Mam. Gas ...
I'tilied Krult .
In Had B. St..
I'. B. Steal...
il it. B. Mining..
.... 18 V. S. Oil
.... 4&a W'lnona .......
.... 26 w'olvarina
.... 44 1, North Butta ...
lwi. Butt Coalition
. as llal. A An Bona ll
.U4w!Graea Con. 11
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Coadltloa af Trade aad Maotatlon aa
Staple aid Faaey Prodace.
EGOS Per dos., SfiZ.
LlViJ POL'LTK T Hens, SViSc; roosters.
Sc; turkeys, 12itlic; ducks, Hloc; young
roosters, 7'9c; geese, feiac
bL'Tl'BK-Packing atock, iOc; choice to
fancy dairy, ji4c; creamery, 2&iSrc.
HAY Choice upland, tj.ao; medium, t.0o;
No. 1 bottom, ts&ti; off grades, tb.ucSjv.ml
Kye straw, $7.00; Ho. 1 altalla, illM.
iiKA-N Per ton, UiM.
CRANBERRIL8 Per bbl., t&. &. 60.
APPLES Fancy, per bbl., tL; Jona
than. aa.7ci4.au; New Tork apples. tS aO;
Iowa and Nebraska, eating ar,d cooking,
t-IxtiS'iti; wlneaaps. 12 per box.
PEA Rib Winter Nells, per box, trt.'C
C0COANUT8 Per sack of 1I0, tLtu
FIGS California, 1 bulk. 6c; 6-crown
Turkish. 14c; 4-crown Turkish, lac: t-crown
LEIMONS Llmonlera, 30 and SCO six,
tt io; otlier brands. S0c lea.
DATES Kadaway. 6c; say era, 6c; Hal
lowia, new siuOed walnut dates, -li. box.
BANANA S Per medium-sixed bunch,
Jlf.uetf ; jumbos, Kl.6tsvS.00.
OKAPE 1 KLlT-b.nt it to 64 and 80, 13.75
ORANGES Florida, 250 and too sizes,
1100; California navels, extra fan"-, all
sues, ti.Wi fancy, 13.71: choice. aw.iidiiO.
CARROTS. BEETS AND PARS NIPS
Per bu., 7&c.
SWEET POTATOES-minois., per large
bbl., t it).
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 11.66; No. X.
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. tWs.
CABBAGE Holland seed, home grown.
2c per lb.
Potatoes Per bu.. Waroc
RUTABAGAS About lis) lbs. to Sack.
TLRNIPS Per bu.. Ute.
ONIONS Horns grown, per bu., 80c;
Spanish, per crate, fci-ou; Coloiado, per bu..
BEETS. TLKN1F8 AND CARROTS Per
dox , 4&UOOC
TOMAfuES Florida, to-lb. crate, tL&O.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per dos.
ClCl MBERS Case Of I dcs., 11.90.
RADISH Le-Per oox. bunches. Sac.
PARSLE1. Hothouse, per uux. bunches,
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per dox
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 ribs. Uc; Nc. ! ribs. 10c: No. I
ribs, 7c; No. 1 loin. 18c; No. 2 loin. Lc;
No. I loin, kc; No. 1 chuck, nc; No. 2 chuck,
&c; No. 1 chuck. 4c; No. 1 round 7Vkc; No.
2 round. 6xc; No. I round, 6c; No. 1 plate,
4V--. No. Ji plate. 4c; No I plate, tc
CHEESE New full cream Wisconsin
twine, lie. new full cream brick, laVtfl7c;
wheel Swiss fhrase, 1718c; block osiss,
lie; lltuberger, 15c; Young Americas. 17c.
FISH Pickerel, dressed, kc; pik.
dressed, 13c; white hh. dressed, winter
caught. 12c: trout. Lie; halibut, lie; salmon,
loc; catlsh. lac; herriiig. dressed, pan
fiuxen. ac: nerch. scaled and dreaK4M4
rfr-h .IflnhMt rtrMUit VihuH I... 7A.
.vu, ..... . , sv, wmr-
. lit:; hiack bass, iic; smells, sweet and final
1 lie: eel. loc; blue hsn. lc; red snanner
! lie; roe shad, per fish, tl. frog legs. 4wc;
lotisleis, green, per 10., i.e. iuusieru, boiled,
40c per lb.; mackerel, Kpanlslt. ltM per lb.;
mackerel, native, ikc per lb. '
1 CURED FISH Family whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl., luu lb., 44. UC; Norway mack-
1 . rtl. No. L tJ6 0J. No. 2, J.0u; herring in
bbls.. Dv pounds each. Norway, 4k, til.
! HIDES AND TALLOW Green salted.
! No. L 12c; No. i, 11c; bull hid. a, fcc; green
1 1 e: l.eep pelts, mi.3. Tallow. No. L
.4-c; No. i ZtC W ool. IbigLic.
i CII'ER-New York, half Uixrel. ti75; bar.
! ri. fe w.
I HONEY Per 14 frames t3.&0.
COFFEE Rousted. N. a. I6c ner 1tv;
No. SO, 21c per lb.; No. 2S, Ik- per lb.: No.
1 20. ! per lb.; No. 21, lie per lb.
ol ua rt csranuiatea cane, in aacka, ta.u;
granulated beet, in sacks, tall
SYRUP In bbl.. 27c per eaL: in eaaea
:4 10-1U. cans, tl.7i: cases. U fc-lli. cans, ti.su;
1 case. ,s-io. cana. ai.aa.
NUTS-French walnuts. 13c; California
walnu;s. No. 2, soft shell, 13c; No. 1. aof
shell, liit-; Btaxila. li.ulc; pecans, lri-22o
fl.lrts. 1314c; peanula, raw. 7c'
mastea. t : 4ainornia almonda. hard
shell. 16c; Taragona. 17c; cocoanuta. t-4-iu
, per l.a) It.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west-
I rn. ii'tiSn-; Maine, tl.15. Tomatoes, x-lb.
,ai.. 4u.1v, a-iu. can a r.srai W. rlna.
spples, grafi-d. 2-lb.. 2.0a.y2.3; sliced, f. M
2.2U. oallon apples, fancy. t:.X. Call
f .rtua aprieota. tt 00. Pears. tl 7a
JSu Peaches. fancy. tl.7oii2 40; H C
peaches. t:.t5iS0. Ala-ka salmon. red"
t'-.JS; fancy Ch:nook. F., t-' 10; fancy sock
eye. F., 11 16. Sardine, quarter oil. t-'T5-three-qtiariers
mustard. i (J. r'a-eet pota
toes. tl.pKil 25. Sauerkraut, tl Oi. Pump
kins. ("riy. Wsx beans. lib.. trjiV
IJrna beans. I-lh , 7Vjl ST. Spinach. II ti
Cheap peas, '-lb.. Hue; extras, ICcSa! 10;
fancy, tl 4.:1.75. .
at. Joseph I.l llaek Market
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 18-CATTLF Reeelpts
lilt head; n arket steady, natives. 14 &9
C tai; cows and he.fera. t2 Sfe4.S0; suckers
and feeders. 13 5f-ii4.60.
Hf hJS Receii ta, i SX head: market 10c
lower; top. fTcl'Sl bulk of sales. a.4Xsu4i-H
SHEEP AND LA MBH Receipts 10 las
head; market 10c lower.
Btek la Blsht.
R.-eipta of I1v stork st th six principal
wwern Biiaiacta yeateroar
I ri VM"J
I ( I
Kansas City... .
. 7 2 .'
. S.l ai
. 2 6i4
. 4 u(l
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET j
Catlla Efoeipn Vtrj Larea tud rriori
HOGS SELLING TEN 10 FIFTEEN LOWER
Larga Reeelpta ef Sheep Bad Ian l a,
bat amber Artaally aa Sale
Oaly Moderate Trade loaa ,
with Prleea steady.
POtTH OMAHA. Feb. 1. 1W.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoira Sheep
OTiriHl Mmlav 7 ..V 1-.J0 1." 0
Patne day last week Z.V.2 i.sla 1-.
Sme day 2 weeks sen.. .1 4..V; 7:7
Same day S weeks .. t.t -i 'x "7 7 "17
Same day 4 weeks aso..3 l-7 a.. J i
8tr,e day last year 5,i 4.451 10.S4
The fol!ow:ri(T table shows the receipts of
talt e. hops and sheep at 8 . nth Omaha for
Ibe year tu date, cot pared with last year:
1S.7. 1V Inc. te.
Cattle 1X712 U.r.4
Hoars XM.C ..:. 15.671
Sheep 2.77 lS:.t .SM
CATTLE QL'O TATIONS.
The following table shows tb,a average
price of hoas at South Omaha for th last
several daya, with comparisons:
Pate. ltuj. HsS.llSsJ5.(lt.'.Laa.Sl. I1!-
Feb. 11... I
4 I I M
4 771 C ! i Hi t a
4 V t 63 4 W
4 Mi t 7i f 161 J 11 I
(.J'a 4 S7 4 74
r I M
74, VI S -
4 K! i Mi Kt
4 8: t Til &
i i 70, 4
a 7- a m ft. (ti a it-, a eni
t 891,! I 4 77 a W Tli t 03 t ti
Pi., 5 72i I ilW, I "i i'-i
t KM 16 m 4 M' 4St.lt 6 31
t IIS 6 M 4 87.1 4 t ' 5 ?
i 85i 4 ho i 04 W. t
k 1 4 T3 6 OS; 7 02 8 7S;
I 4 o7; 5 06 7; i 7, t 2
Good to choice ccrnfed steers IS 4di.f
Fair to good corn fed steers 4 4j 40
Common to fair steers 4 0Oi4S0
G xhI to choice fed cows., tat'itSO
Fair to good cost and heifers 9 w u 3
Good to choice cows and heifers... i.i(it.t)
Common io f ilr cows and heifers.. 2 (oJ.i)
Oood to choice stockers A feeders. 4 J"43h 10
Fair to good Blockers and feeders.. t.TT.gtilO
Conittion to fair stockers i.wd3 7i
Bulls, stags, etc x.7Mi4
Veal caJyes 4.00.s
RANGE OF PRICf.S.
Omaha t j"i6 50 6.8vv 95
Chici.no l.fiO'ib.W .!' 7.ina
Kansas City 2 t.Kj 50 t.7587.00
St. Louis 2 fcTi W .2i87 12H
Sioux City t.7I6.&0 fc.oiiio6.S6
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road waa:
centre, nogs, rjneep. ur
C. M. A St P 17
W ataish 1
Union Pacllic system 58
C & N. W.. eaat i
C. 4t N. V, west US
C, St. P., M. tt U ... in
C, B. & Q., east.... 16
C, B. & Q.. west.... t7
C. R. 1. P.. east... t
Illinois Central 7
Chicago Gu Western 7
Total receipta 128 156 71
The disposition of the day's receipts
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber ot head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co MV1
twill and Company l.oJU
Cudahv Packing Co I.!w6
' Armour At Co LW
Viuisant At Co 61
Carey 4k Benton. 6
Lobman At Co 46
W. 1. Stephen 412
Hill At Sou t
F. P. Lewis 44
Huston At Co 131
Hamilton At Rothschild.. IM
L. F. Hubs 6a
J. H. Bulla 6
Sam Wertheinier 1"8
Mike Haagerty 17
Sol Denan 17
J. B. Root at Co 1!8
T. B. lntshrara 6
Sullivan Bros "
V. A. Britton - 42
L timer Bros 10
Independent Packing Co
Other buyers. lit
Totala 7,426 10.SU9 ,2S5
CATTLE The recelpu of cattle thia
morning were the largest that they hav
been iu a long time. The recovery of the
market last week under th influence of
very light receipts aemed to encourage
the country to send In liberal supplies.
Although market reports had generally
cautioned the country against overaupply
lng the market at this tmii, when euaiern
markets are pretty badly glutted, still
every one seemed to feel that prices were
high and that, he would be the only one to
send in cattie. The result waa that th
yards were filled full.
Late trains and a disposition on the part
of buyers to go alow until they were well
informed as to the situation at other mar
kets caused the trade here to start out
verv slow and it was late lefore anything
of contequence was done. Selfers were de
termined to maintain the market lust as
far as poasible, so when buyers started out
bidding lower there was no uispusition to
cut lovse very frtsely.
The hist cattle to sell were stockers snd
feeders, of which there was a liberal sup
ply In the ards. Speculators wete all well
cleaned out last week and they all ap
peared to want additional supplies, with the
result that good feeders especially were in
fair demand and commanded generally
steady prices, common and inferior grades
were generally neglected and holders of
such found It slow work unloading.
When the market on killers finally opened
beef steers sold generally on .the basis of
fully V'c lnwer. possibly some of the most
desirable kinds that Just happened to suit a
buyer's order may nut have been that much
lower, but. on the other hand, there were
some of the less desirable kinds that sold
more than 10c lower.
Cows and heifers suffered still more de
cline than steers, th market being fully
UKilac lower. It waa estimated that there
ware over 1"0 ear of cow stuff on sale.
1W4 4 2)
44 4 15
lodl 4 40
lloo 4 (f
U4J4 4 40
1OTI t 44
P '7 i 40
444 I 44
IW I t
Ski I 14
1014 I 14
471 I 40
llu I 40
l.w I iu
1!40 I 40
41 I 44
10 I i
14 11T1 4 4
22 UN 4 04
it 1X1 I 04
14 12:1 I 14
4 U41 I 85
II i B
1 117 I 71
I Ill I 71
27 1 I T4
II 47 I 74
4 1142 I m
1 1114 I 44
II 11TI I U
I 12I I 44
14 luf,l 4 04
:l 10V4 4 00
4 1110 4 14
44 Jill 4 04
4 lli4 4 1
i 1244 4 15
1120 I 74
t 41 I "4 I TM I 41
P t 4 I 24 1 I I 4
1 411 I 14 1 . 40 4 a
...100 I 14 1 !2 I 4
.. 1094 I 14 1 142 I 79
...in: I a it ...". ua 1 7t
...144 I 24 1 ir.n I at
... ST I 4 1 17TI I II
144 I 44
IK 4 40
, IS I 10
1 IH 18
8 114 4 24
1 23a 4 4v
II 4 II 1 Its) 4 44
120 I 84
STOCKERS AND FEEDER8.
442 2 4 4 4)7 4 21
402 I M 14 744 4 n
M I v 1 447 4 4
1. I IS 71 4 40
494 I 14 2 Ui li
I 44 4 ta IM
...407 4 W
4 CI III
1 M IU
1 141 M
4 lirri 4 7s
... 74 4 44
... 124 4 at
...44 4 1
74 4 3
WESTERN es-BOrTH DAKOTA.
yt feeders.. 12 6 ( 1S3 feeders. ,ljtS 4 IT
HOGS Conditions were all against th
selling Interests this inon.lrig Local re
ceipts wer the largest that Uiey hav been
In a long lime for a Monday, while the runs
at other points wtre also large, esprxlaiiy
at Chicago, where th receipt wer far In
excess cf th estimates. The result was a
sharp decline all along th line. Sel.ers
here made a hard f.gt.t to hold up prices,
but In spit of ail that they could do the
market was loc'tlk.' lower than th close
of Last week. Tne trade opened lata and
tne morning was very well advanced be-fore
very much business was transacted. When
the hugs did begin moving 11 vas on the
baals of astti for the general run of
g,od load, that would be on an average
ful.y a ahllllt g lower than Saturday whan
the bulk of tiut hogs brought M -i4 4.
At the tun of cloaing this report there
were still quite a nuintier of hogs unsold,
on which they were bidding around 8v77'c.
rr fully 2Sc lower than the earlier market,
ti. as. sa Pr. Me. it Sa. Pr
te 4 lu 4 4. 4i . P 4 4 4
U k . . 4 Ti Tl 24 ... 4 4
n 2U 4 77S 41 4 is a
' 4 ...... .14
i 7 4
j Hi Kl
I 41 Ill
I 14 in
! 44 J
: 43 !
40 4 7TS
... 4 44
.. 4 S
... 4 .
.. 4 St
... 4 4o
44) 4 40
... 4 so
... 4 44
. . . 4 a
... 4 40
. . . 4 a.1
J4 4 40
:4 r 4 4 r4
74 ? 4S 4 T
1 "t ... 4 :
W K7 ... 4 11 S
44 t.4 . .. 4 4.
4 14 4 Hi
4 M7 4
Ml HI SI I Ii
t:t ... 4 si
41 142 . . 4
2 141 4 4 4.1
: ... 4 ii
74 t:l ... 4 M4
7P K 1 t 4
17 274 ... 4 H'S
44 Ill ... 4 lit,
(7 145 ... 4 a?
11 lit 144 4 U
4 2 ... 4 t"
44 IW ... 4 2,
44 :r' ... 4 ims
4" I" ... 4 13-,
44 247 44 4 '.
U 11 . . 4 .-,
77 t ' 4 H ,
4 2J . . 4 UV4
7f If7 SO I
45 I n 120 fc.'i,
i: its ... 4 r
4 it ... f a.
45 27 40 4 U
40 2.4 4 4 44
u r: ... b
!4 liS) 4
... 4 40
. . 4 ao
. . 4 44
... 4 So
... 4 so
... 4 40
. . 4 a
140 4 IV.
14 4 4a
... 4 4
... 4 14
... 4 40
... 4 40
... 4 o
144 4 40
4 4 4
SHEEP Receipts of sheep on paper were I
the la treat that they have been st th.s
point In a long time, a total of sever ty-i sol
cars being reiorted. Tht se figures, how
ever, were deceiving In that forty-two cars
out of this number were through stuff te ng
hauled here only for feed and rest. The
gtestes part of them wete Colorado lambs
on their way to an Illinois feeding station
to be fed out foi the later market. When
the market opened there were actually only
fourteen cars on sale, with sixteen leprietl
Advices from other selling points were
hot reassuring ami the trade at this point
opened a little slow, but about steady. It
was apparent that buyers wanted dialrahle
killers, but as Is usual when there are quite
a good ninny still bsck. they were in no
special hurry about filling orders, which
made th trade alow as noted.
Good Colorado lambs sold a high as 17. 4A
with Colors do yearlinga at t6 40. Som of
the same ewes that brought 16.25 at the
close of last week sold In the same notch
Wuotstiors on killers: Good tn choir
lamb, t7.0t4j7.4O; fair to good lambs, $4.71
G70i; good to choice yearling, lamb
weights, tti.003.40; fair to good yearlinga.
lamb wetgnia. tS.7&4J.0; good to choice
yearlings, hearrwettthts, tV74) 00. fair t
good yearlin-. baavvweiahrs IS fiafciS 76:
good to choir old wether, to 6ti6 u; fair
to good old wethers. IFjK&t.&O. good to
choice ewes, IS. (43,6. 3t; fair to good, 14 M
loo 5 a
M 7 40
7 4 00
75 4 00
106 t on
,88 S DO
,106 S 70
,106 t 70
, 6 t 70
71 7 86
Wl western ewes
T7 Colorado ewes
fa", western ewes
4S2 Colorado lambs
18 Colorado ewes, culls..
C Colorado ewes, culls..
116 western wethers
14J western ewes
44 Colorado ewes
44 Colorado ewes
11 Colorado ewes
8O4 Wyoming wethers
M Wyoming wethers
68 Colirado wethers
r Colorado yearlings
271 wt stern lambs
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Are Steady. Hafts. Sheep and
CHICAGO. Feb. li-CATTLE-Recelpt.
18.000 head; niarket steady; common to
prime steers. t4.(ioS7.o; cows, 3.2a4.7a;
heifers, tl.4i&t.O0; bulls. IXOftiH.SO; calve.
12. 75157.75; stockers and feeders. t2 75a..!.
HOGS Receipts, 62.000 head; market 1"
15c lower; mixed and butchers, 16 sb67.1c;
light, . 807 7 02S ; heavy, t6.Sift7.10; bulk of
aales, 86 7 (6.
SHEEP AND I.AMBS- Receipts, ZS.nnO
head; steady to l"c lower; sheep, 3.(wip
6.ou, yearlings, tt 6.-6.60; lambs, tt Onij 7.6U.
Sew York Lire Stark Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 18 BEEVES Re
ceipts, 8.441 head; prime and choice heavy
steers (rtilOc lower, other dull at barely
stesdy prices; steers. I4.u04i 26; hulls, 17
74.u6; cows, t2.lO4i4.10. Liverpool ard
London cahles quoted live cattle selling ut
11H.(b12Sc per lb., dressed weight, and re
frlgerator beef slow at Sstis'rc per lb
Exports were 776 cattle and 4,500 quartets
CALVES Receipts. 1.708 hesd: market
steady; western calves nominal: veala, te.r0
(j.0l; dreased veals, dull; city dressed. HQ
14c ter lb.; country dressed, SfilS'Ac.
SHEEP AND LAM B- Receipts. J44
head; sheep In light supply and sternly;
lambs slow, with easier feeling- sheep.
t4."f6.26; culls, lt.00; lambs. 17.5057.80.
HOGS Receipta, IttTI head; market
weak; state and Pennsylvania boss, I7.4y3
7.6o; common westerns, K J.
St. Laals Live Stack Market.
ST. LOT"IS. Feb. 18 CATTLB Receipts,
4.000 head. Including 2.600 Texana: market
steady; native shipping and export steers,
t6.i4'4n;.75: dressed beef ana butcher steer.
4.76'aS.25; steers under 1.041 lbs., IS 7.V4i4 SS;
stockers and feeders, t5.'r&'4.75; cows and
heifers. 2.ui6.2i; ranners. II K'ulaO: bulls,
t2 0t.b4.50: calves. It 5oa.0o; Texas snd In
dian steers, tl.0O3jS.6O; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts, t.000 head' market Sc
lower; pigs and lights. P.2$r7.00: packers.
Id TVtfT.OS; butchers and best heavy, 17.00'tJ
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.0)0
head; niarket steady; native muttons, 13.50
(1660; lambs. t4.at'&7.; culls and skips,
JJ.OOSut.uo; stockers, t2-S"til.7S.
tCaaaas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT. Feb. It CATTLE Re
ceipts, U.0o0 head, including C4J0 southerns;
market steady; choice export and dressed
beef steers, tS.S40: fair to good, 14.2"
t.2i; western fed steers. t3.7S4i6.7S; stock
ers snd feeders, t3.i4rtj4.4S; southern steers,
tV.ju0.2S: southern cows, 12 '.'ifl.'J-; native
cows. t2.S6'j4 4o. native heifers. tt.S04j4.7S;
bulls, tilt. a 4 10; calves. t3.2S7.S.
HOGS Receipta, 10,(.i0 head; market 10c
lower; top, 17.05; bulk of aales. to' fctKjj'.OO;
heavy, to. Hfrfe 7 (fc ; pac kera. t6.lKiig7.00; plg
and lights, 85 2f,'y4i So.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10.000
Lead; market loc lower; lambs, 7.0ot7"7.4O;
ewes and yearlings. MVOtiti.oo; western fed
yearling. tt.2tii ci. western fed sheep,
K7S 75, stockers and feeders, ti.u0(iS.0u.
Ilaai City Live Block Market.
SIOITC C1TV. Feb. 18. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. ,Ha) head: n. ar
ket weak: atocaers nigner; oeeves, h'
4 5u; cows, bulls and mixed, 2 754.75;
stockers and feeders, tl. (Mb 4 76; calves snd
HOGS Receipts. 2.5") bead: market loc
lower, selling at I6.boi0ti.96; bulk of sales,
LONDON. Feb. II. Su; plies cf money
wer limited and the demand was good.
Discount w ere firm tn anticlj atton of good
withdrawal for South American shipment.
Trading on the Stock exchange waa Irreg
ular. The high rate charged for money
offset the effect of the Bank cf England
securir.45 nearly all the g,ld arrival, which
In the absence cf public support caused aVirit
ish sec urine to sag. Americans Wer
the brightest section. They showed con
siderable Improvement during the morning,
especially Canadian Pacific, owing to Amer
ican support and th favorable New York
bank statement. A general hardening of
prices occurred and the prices closed at
slightly better than the Wat pricea of th
day. Russians hardened on account of the
improved Parte advices. Japanas 4s of
lfco4 closed at lot. Copper share continued
to advance n strong buying.
BERLIN. Feb. 18 Prices on the Bourse
today were Irregular.
PARIS, Feb 14. Pricea on th Bourse to
day weakened, especially rentea, 00 th
prospects or tn present rrencn cabinet
surviving. Russian Imperial 4s rloaed at
7a 55 and Russian bonds of 18o4 at 4K.OS.
NEW TORK. Feb. 18. METALS Th
London market for tin was higher, with
spot quoted at 1U ISs and futures st Ai80
10. Lccaliy there was an advance of
about 10 t-ints on th average, with spot
quoted at l-il H"Su42 1-S- Copper waa higher
in London, with spot quoted at A10T La 4d
and futures st 1 17a d. Locally the mar
ket waa firm and unchanged, with lake
quoted at li.l"v5,; electrolytic. t2.75,
2uu; casting. 4-4 ay -4.75. Lead was un
changed, at till Is in the London market
and at I 0uy 80 locally. Spelter was un
changed, at A'2a Ii 6d in the London niar
ket and at ksaiOto in New York. Iron
waa higher in the Enghab market, with
standard foundry quoted at V- td and
CTaveland at . Locally the market was
unchanged. No. 1 foundry', rac-rthern. la
quoted at tX2i36 25; No I foandry. n' rth
em, 4 7Vi2f. 7; No. 1 foundry, a.uthern.
iJt. i.k.i2 bo. No. 2 foundry, southern, IA.l4)
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 18. M ETA 1 .8-Lead,
leady at K lu. Spelter, lower at tn.75.
NEW YORK. Feb. II -CO FFKK Market
for future opened steady, but at a dec I in
of it 10 points, owing to easier cabio. some
what heavier Brasillan re-vipta than ex
pected and rumors of dissatisfaction In
Braxtl with the valorisation plan. Europ
was a seller of the late position here and
tr.er waa som scattered liquidation of
the near montha. Trading Interests bought
at th decline, but price added to their loss
during the day. and th market rloaed
steady at a net decline of )i Ik p-dnta
Sales ! OoO bags, including March at t 5
ti iC Via at -(si.l2c. Jul at 7trC. ftcp-
temlr st li4SV. November s? 5 V
lefn!er at iVVtrsorv end Janusry st i..tc.
Sial cnlee oereiy steady; No 7 H10, ",c
Aliil code, qun l. ( or, lot a. !iJc.
NFW TORK. Feb 14 C iTTON fp-H
closed steady; middling uplamis. Ilr;
mul iltrg gulf 11 Sales. !,;. hales.
KKW t'KLEAN:. Feb. 1 Spot miirket
cloed quiet. Low urillnarv. 6c nominal;
ordinary, ic nominal, Ww
t-lc, gto.l middling, lit. 1m,
fair. i -c nominal; fair,
nominal. ralea. 2 fold hales;
4.S7H t.Hlos, stock J; f;t.
111 1 . 1.1 1 1 11 w .
LIVLKPtMJU Feb lv COTTON Spot
In fair demand; prices un hansi d to 4
points hiEher: American middling, tilr,
6 .'.id. sjxmI middling. S-d, low nild.l.lt c.
6 71d; gi mhI ordinary. i ;Jd; ordinary,
4 !d. The sales of the day were 4 oi'tl
hsles. of which ton were for speculation
and export anr) n. Hi.icJ 4.2"0 American.
Receipts. 22.0H0 baits. Including 14.VU0
T. IA 'CIS. Mo . Feb. HmTTOS
Quiet; middllp.t?. 10c. Sales, IK bales;
receipts 16 b.tles; shipments. K36 bales;
atiK-k, li.Mifi bales.
Kvspnrated tpples and Dried Fralta.
NFW TtRK. Feb. 14 KVAPORATKI)
APPLFS Market lre!r stea.1v. with busi
ness light Fancy. CVjiVc; choice, S'tiVc;
CALIF11RNIA rRIED FRUITS Prunes,"
demand better: prices steady to firm. Cali
fornia fruit ranges frrm 3 to 9 cents and
t'regon Tl s to st t'ti!r. Apricots, ttn
chaniced; choice, Ifcc; extra Choice, l'S'ti1""
I'eaches. quirt but firm, t wing 10 th light
supplies svsilshle; choice, ll'tl2V: extra
choice, 15Vil,1'ar; fancy . l.-.il4t: extra
fancy, ls.ilic. RaWlna sre steady on sit:
1'K.se muscatel. 7Vno: seeded raisins, 7SV
10c; London layers, ll.tf.til.45.
iir and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Feb. 18. fiUOAR Raw.
quiet; refining. 2c; centrifugal. 4 teat.
ISo; molasses sugar, 2Sc; refined, steady;
No. . 4 8ic; No. 7. 4.1'rtc; No. V 4.2-;
No. . 4 i:.r; No. 10, 4'Y.c; No. 11. 4tV: No.
12. 2 85c; No. 1.4. t .!: No. 14. t.Stc; conteo
tloners' A. 4frf"c; mould A. Sor. rut lost,
-4nc; grsnulated. l.;op' ruln, 4 !e.
MOLASSES Steady: New Orleans, rood
to choice, S7fi 4c.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. IS. grOATl
Ptesdy: centrifugal whites. 4 1-16 t 4 e.
f-econds. 2Stil7-lc. Molasses ulet.
Phlladelpbla Prstsrr Market.
rHILAOELrHIA. Feb. ig.KOOS
Steady; western fresh. tc, st mark.
CHEEPK Firm: New York full creams
fancy. 14H6 14c; New York full creams
Flsla natter Market.
ELGIN. III.. Feb. 18 BUTTER Marks
was firm today st S.V per lb. The total out
put for the week waa Mo.OO lbs.
OMAHA. Feb. It-Hank clearings for
today were 2,077.2N;.56 and for the corre
sponding daU lnsj yesr tl.776.734.o6.
LEGISLATURE WORKS OVERTIME
Special mil Rloek General Approprl
atlosi and Keep Rod y la
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Feb. 18. (Special.
Although the legal time for the expiration
of the ninth Wyoming legislature was r.t
12 o'clock, midnight. Saturday, the hours
did not adjourn until noon and the senate
until five minutes after noon Sunday. The
delay was occasioned by the adherents of
the bills creating a farm for tho feebla
minded at Lander, with an appropriation
of tTS.Ono, and appropriating tTS.oOO for the
improvement of the state hot springs at
Thermopolls. , Those favoring those bills
in the house were sufficient number to
prevent the general tcpproprlntlnns bill receiving-
a vole of two-thirds of the houso.
' and they held up this bill, the passage of
which was absolutely neoessnry If the state
government was to be carried on during
the ensuing two years. In an effort to force
the passage of the two bills. Numerous
conferences between house snd senate 00 n
mlttees were held, and a compromise
whereby I15.no wss appropriated for th
feeble' minded Institute and 115.000 for the
Improvements at the state hot apring waa
consummated. The general appropriations,
bill was then passed In a hurry and tha
ninth legislature went out of existanoe.
The senate confirmed the following ap
pointments by Governor B. B. Brooks:
Commissioner of public lands. R. P. Ful
ler; pure food and oil commissioner, E. W.
Burke; attorney general. E. W. Mullln;
state examiner, Harry B. Henderson: state
Pbrarian. Mrs. Clara Bond; superintendent
of fish hatchery, district No. 1, S. H. Camp
bell: district Ni. 2, C. W. Morgareidge; .
uperlntendent of wster rtle'rict No. 1, Pitt
Covery: No. 2, F. II. Stotts: No. i. Lou
Blakesley; No. 4. W. B. Dnr.ton; Board of
Live Stork Commissioners. R. S. Van Ta
sell. Altx Bowie end A. A Spa ugh; Board
r,f Pheert Commissioners. Timothy Kinney,
J M. Wilson and J. A. Delfe'der; Board of
Health. F. Hortnn and D. E. Brown; fair
commissioners, E- T. Davis. Martin Schwah
and E. J. Bell: university trustees. T. F. ,
Burke. A. J. MoHor snd Charlei Miller;
trustees Historical society, Grace Hebard.
J M. Carey. J. L. Torrev. Perry L. Smith, .
Frank M. Foote and Robert Morris; state
veterinarian, W. F. merging, vice O. T. '
Within half an hour of the Adjournment
of the legislature the members began ta
leave the city for their homes and tonight
more than half of them have gone.
The ninth Wromlng legislature will go :
down In history as one of the mot expen- -
slve, and one which accomplished not a
grest deal of real Importance to the state. '
Hew Ckarrk for Slows Falls.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D-, Feb. 18. (Sjiecial.)
The proposition of erecting a new tto.QuO
Congregational church building In this city
has progressed to such en extent that the
building committee now Is res dy to receive
bids for thej construction of the church.
The contract will provide for the erection
by October 1 next of the building, and the
completion of the structure, ready for dedi
cation, by April 1 of next year.
REAL ESTATE THAX8FLHS..
Sarah M. Kitchen to Mary W. Thomas,
lot 16 and wi ft. lot 10. block i.
Brigg'a Place t 1
Solomon J. rireatone and wlf 10 Ed
ward Hicks, kit 2. LUlsioiie Park
Plac . 650
Frank Svoboda and wife to Anna 8vo--bona,
I.Va lot lu. block 6, Koutitse
Thud aud LA
Ros E. Webster and husband lo T. K.
Porter, lot 12. block. 14. Kounlxo
Harriet N. Breasted and husband to
Miy B. Pad an. lot k, block L Mill
ard Place add 6.000
Richard Edwards to Sylvia Y. Keadla,
eH lot 2, A. H. Sanuera' sdd L6S0
Continenlal Trust company lu William
Butt, lot It. block 1. lot 4, block l,
lots 26 and A. block 2. Gal City
J. U. Welkin and wife to Anna
Kelly, lot 18. block 24M, South Oman jutf
Marthena Saunders et al. lo Braalord- .
Kennedy oompeny, tax lot 14, sec-it-15-U
John Day and wife to Charlee ii.
Carter, lot 16, block 8, Popplelon
Hans 7. Olaen and wlf to Dora
Schmidt. nSt lot S3. Nelson's sdd l.ioO
James Catheal to Alice I. Black well,
lot 7. Fort View add 171
Joseph Dusatko and wife to John
Matyja and wife, lot 15. block 1. Pat
terson s 1st add.. South tjmaha 54)
Jessi K. Cowherd snd husband to
Aaron Wolf, lot t. block U. Cn.aha. l.OnO
Matilda M. Sherwood et al. to Wliiiatn
McCunc, lot t, Windsor Pla Ex
tension 2. 400
Anna L. Per.nock and husband 10 Muy '
B Kountxe. lot 4. TaU.r Place S.Ouu
Mary E. Daniel to Frltx Roth, lot 17.
block X, iicpD bonanxa. South
Joseph A. Connor to Leonard Everett,
pes; n1 aeS: eS nwS. and net.
sws. sec. 21 and sw saVi, 22-15-12.. 50.000
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