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CITT PnorivRTY FOB BALB
A flAS fenm ... .1 i i. . . . .
" , - .....w, ;upi iiriinni"Q, on narney
' inrn nisiriet; very nice
I ation. Owner will sell at low pries.
The World Investment Co.,
1-4 N. T. L. Bid.. Omaha, Nsb. A-4263,
09) 149 19
PER CENT hM,,m"1'!
sain in omane, 11
feYl?' i"- messed brick, ground floor
J" J rooms each, on northwest cor-
r Ma and Nlrhnlaa, 170x149 feet $22,GO.
D. C. PATTERSON, PATTERSON HLK.
ir rov hath
Cits property, farms rsncn landa or mer
chandise to sell or trade, lint tham with
me. It coat a you not hint unless i effect a
sets W. W. Mitchell. d board f Trad
Bid.-. U M4U
I have on of tha choicest pieces of acre
age for a suburban linma that can ba
found In Keystone Park; consisting of
a beautiful view. f re from dust, as all
boulevards ara oiled and parked. Being
outside of town tha taxea ara low, yet
you hsvs the sdvsntage of being dose
nough to work In Omaha. Thia property
&io n,1 ,ncT,-" I" value each year.
Will I aril I this reasonable and glva terma,
if desired. Address N 81. care Be.
FOR 8 A LB On installment plan nine
room, all modem houee. near high achool
giounds. for horn or rooming, will con
alder change for other Income proDert
in park Addreaa O 47. care Be.
LIST your property with Chiia Bovar. 3d
and Cuming eta ij-r
V West Farnam Home
On tSth Ave., Just north of Farnam, a 16-
iV2'Vi 'Lm.Tn hou". "rge living room
IM feet Bai-rn'P tC' " tn" 0t
7 riD.Jrn,Tx 8L- n'V S4th w- outh r"t.
trim modern. I""1, oalc floors, birch
18th and Farnam. 496 Bd. of Td. Bids.
(IS) -138 li
Thla one won't be on the market long- at
the price. Nearly new, erven-room houee,
modern except heat, good location on North
tf'th nreet. It will be aold cheap.
The World Investment Co.,
Sea ua at once wa have a number of real
bargains offered for quick aale. Reason
able terms. -
The World Investment Co.,
801-1 N. Y. L. Bid., Omaha, Web. A -4283,
D. 1930. ,
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FARM AND MAM CM LAND FOR SALB
' . , California.
TOU can aecura en eaay terma California
farm land that will yield 1100 per acre
each year. Write the Colonial Realty
Co., tax 493, San Bernardino, Cal.
a M57 ax
' ' Colorado. - v
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Dsnvsr-Greelcy district, under Irrigation;
augar beets, alfalfa, general farming and
fruit, rslslng; low price, eaay payment.
tea National Investment Co., 6S2 Biandtia
ROL'TX COL'NTT ranchea. Improved and
unimproved, for aale by C. 8. McCandlee
at Co,, Craig, Colo. (20) M36 McUia
CORN LANDS Write for atate map, book
let and weather report, aent free. Bazel
J. Meek. Chlllicothe, Mo. (30) MiM Max
BEET LAND f0twnierh.y: b-
town that ahlpa the
moat beeU; 680 acres, lava valley land
round town; 160 par acre. Real estate
agents, attention. IX C. Pattereon,
Umaha. () Miai so
FOR BALE A bargain. Bay State farm
one and one-half miles west of North
Bend, Dodge county, Nebrajjka, on main
Una af Union Pact No Railroad. Tib acres
all choice corn land. Grain elevator
60.000 bushela cap., largo dwelling
barns, erica, sheds and other farm build
ings. A choice grain and stock farm
VNell equipped for handling grain and
feeding stock. Addreaa A. L. Norrls,
North Bend, Nab. (20) M9S4 a
"Mlllcrest" JeO-aore fruit and atock
farm; 5.2iO; eaay terms; send for Illustrated
description. J. T. Campbell. Lltchrleld.
Neb. (20)-M7 ix
A DAKOTA bargain. 1M acres, two miles
from Huron; luo acrea tilled, 10 acres fine
frove; a number of large, bearing plum
reea; $ acrea oC asparagus that produces
about 1600 worth a year; new 6-room
lioure iixH. new barn UxM; another build
ing kHx&i; a large root cellar; a new S-lnoh
flowing wcil, (lows 40 gallons per minute.
1 Vegetables and grain touk fcil worth of
J. rises at the Mouth Dakota state fair la
. Soli la a deep aandy loam, with clay
eubsoll. If taken soon 1 will aWl for ILL.
fro; w.vOD cash and 15,000 on time at oer
cent. D E). N Mi Mod tea, Huron, S. D.
CORN farm T Clover farm? Blufgrasa farm?
Home Speculation? Kree pH'ket map of
MtxMiurl if you write nie. Kd. H. Smith
t'nllhcothe. Mo. Bua man knows my resi-
dent0- l)-Mlt(i iix
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm aael Kaara Laada.
FOR RENT. FAR Uf
130 arre on paved road. ;oth and Center
streets, Qmaha. See owner, C E Wilk
Ins, Dewey hotel. il)-'MMl a
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loana and warraata. W.
Fainaiu Smith Co., ISM amain St.
PAYNE. B06TWICK CO.. N. T. Ufa.
Private money; $6W to 16,000; low rate.
lOO TO $3,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Kerfe
Real EataU Co., KlU N. V. Life. Dong,
or A-UU. ta)-s
8KCOND MORTQAOB loana negotiated.
Apniy Room !MS Fliat Nafl Bank l'ldg.
Bell 'phone Dougtaa 231a. tl?) sa
MONET TO LOAN-Payne Invaatment Co.
WANTED City loans. Patera Trust Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONKT
lo It an on
Omaha Buainese Property
THOMAS UhJCNN AN,
Boom I New York Life Bidg
LOWEST RATES Be ml a, Paaton block.
in TO flO.W made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Weed bids , lath and Farnam. (22) 2
MONET TO BUILD.
F"fl ta IJeg.ouO at currant rate. '
W. VL 1U0MAX M ruat bank Bllg.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
New ecord Prices in Wheat, Corn
HIGHER OUTSIDE OPTIONS CAUSE
Shorts la Wheat Rash to Caver aaa
Valaea Maaat t Slaallar Artlve
lly 1ft fa Other Urataa
OMAHA, Feb. l.
Higher opilona In Chicago and outalda
markets sent tha local grain markets up
for new record 'prices In wheat, corn and
Light offerlnet and a rush to cover by
liorta started the bulge and atop Iocs or
dera helped to booet valuea mill higher.
Tha cIom was strong In all futurea and
they were held at tha highest level for
the net-sent crop year.
Wheat atarted nervouely And somewhat
easier due to a change or sentlnwrt on the
floor. Later offering dried up and shorts
covered freely, which etarted a rush to
buy wheat.. Values advnnced quicklv and
established m new high point for all option.
May wheat opened at $1.014 and oloaed
at l. out.
Corn was allghtly lower aarty on a weaker
wheat market, but recovered later wMh re
ports of continued wet weather and the In
ability of farmera to deliver corn over tha
Impossible mads. Prices were strong at
the clone, gaining strength on the advanc
ing wheat market. May corn opened and
closed at ao.
Primary wheat recelpla were. KMflno
bushels and shipments were ZTI.on) bushel
against receipts last , year of 317,000 buabela
and shipments of 332,000 bushels.
Com receipts were 67B.OHO buehels and
shipments were tfltJ.OOO bushels, against re
ceipts last year of 90,000 bushela and ship
ments of 276.000 bushels.
Cloarancea were 67.000 bushels of corn, l.flno
bushels of oats and wheat and flour equal
to IWVtKiO bushels.
Liverpool closed Vtd higher on wheat and
litrHd higher on corn.
Local range ot options:
HI!)- Low. Close. Tea'.
1 0W4 1 wr 1 (V, 1 wr4
96 M M M
0 K K
.. . (Continued.)
PRIVATE money to loan.
(If Brandela Bldg.
J. H. Bherwood,
CHOICB LOANS ON IMPROVED OMAHA
PROPB7RTT OR FAKMS; low rate, no
delay- L Blbbernsen, Old Boston Store Bd.
PRIVATE MONET-NO DELAT.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
WILL loan liono on new Omaha residence.
H 60. Omaha Bee. r22 170
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Bnape In farma or ranches;
give full particulars. Bloux Realty Com
pany, and 7 Schuleln Bidg., gloux City,
la. 23 M77 tOx.
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture,
oat pels, clothes and aboea. TeU Doug. ?t
BEST price paid for secondhand furnltnra,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
WHAT HAVE TOU IN A BRICK STORE
Want desirable location in south part of
city for moving picture show; Will gtvs
long lease for good location. Give loca
tion and price In first letter. Address
G-S9, care Bee. - (M) 164 22x
MARRIED couple dealra situation on stock
farm. . Addless J. J., 207 S. 24th.
WANTED A position, April L In general
atore, by experienced clerk, thoroughly
. competent, perfectly reliable, with the
beat of references; capable of managing,
keeping books and writing ads. Address
Y I, cars Bee. (27) M161 i2x
FURNACE, steam and hot water rspalra;
j. nermosiaie ana oiner neat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
beating, omana - move Kepalr Works,
y 1206-1208 Douglas St. 'Phonast Ind. A-3iSlj
REAL ESTATE TRANSFEFjS
Mary FX Putney and husband to John
p. nniey, lots I and 4. block 12.
Central Park I K0
jonn M. Anderson and wife to Mar
garet Davla, lot 11. block Y. Sh Inn's
d ald 2,900
Anna u. canson to John O. Anderson,
tract tOxtC feet. 23d and Vinton
Ann K. ErVkson. administrator, to
John O. Anderson, same 1,300
Kon iimonn ana husband to
Charles U Thomas, lots 2, 18, 17,
1. block 41, Orandvlew
William H. Tu Praia and wife to Rob
erta Tlmblin. lots 2, H. 17. 1, blook
481; lots 16 and 17. block 471, Grand
view, and part lots 13 and 14, block
1, Lake's add
Sophia H. Barton to Prank E. Clark,
part lot 4, block . Lowe's 2d add... 1
r-aunna w. uavia to J. M. Bwet wH
of lot 4. block 1. Patrick's add; aV4
lot 16, Mock, C, Horbaoh'a sub
Joseph B. Fradenburg, trustee, to D.
O. Hopir, kit 8, and n94 feat lot 7.
block U, Waterloo 1
Bryan B. Hopper et al to same j
itii&m r . fiaasinger ana wire to I.
N. Watson, undlv. H interest In
v Graves Park 21
1. in. w at son ana wire to Reed Bros.,
undlv. 4 lft 2, Gravea Park
Meliora W. Fairfield and husband to
G. N. Nelson, lot 14. block 2, Oak-
hurst Park , 100
rranK b. i-usey ana wire to O. M.
Dodire, wl2 feet lot I and all lot 4.
and 20-foot atrip weat of lot 4, block
7, Omaha j
naainiKe at jieyaen to e redone K
Schmiis. lot 4, block 2, Monmouth
Park .J M
LiUtner Knuntse ana wire to Ideal
Cement Stone Co., lots 9. 3. 4. 17.
W. 19. 20, 31. block 7. Druid Hill ... lino
t lyde . tnmiclc and wire to Ben
jamin C. HrookfMd, lot 7, block S3,
Kountse Place 4.100
nyrc.n k. Hastings, trustee, to A. A
KclMim, lot 3, block 5. Military add., 300
llnrriet K. unman et al. to Roy tt.
Homnn. lot 2i, block 2. HaaUngs A
Heydtna add r....... 1,00
IxiuiMit I . stengcr and husband to
Htephen K. Wait. nC feet aS4 feet of
el()7.83 feet of lot I08, (linos add.... 2300
Biaie naiionai Dana to l"mnK Hi.
Harris, lot I'M, supplementary sub. of
hJliatone I'ark Place , 236
Allied cornlan to I.uclle M. Callahan,
lot a, blm k X la V eta Place
i.fmtr n. reader ana wire to Howard
I.. Yeager, lot 2, block 2, C. B.
Wayne lot atd 675
A. M vait and nusband to lulsa
B. Stenger. lot , block 3. Rose Hill;
lot 8. blook I, OiiMha View 300
a lira 1.. . Minia and nusbana to Thoa.
Dohan, w3o feet vt ell) feet of lot
. block 30, South Omaha I,40ft
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ing. The regular annual meeting of atock
holdera In Ths Bea Publishing company will
ba held In tha office of the company tu Ths
Boa building, corner 17th and Farnam
streets, Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday
March, 1. Ii9. at 4 o'clock p. m. By order
of ths president. HENRY A. HAHKELL,
Becistary. - MAEFl&dlut
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING Notlcs Is hereby given thai ths
regular annual meeting of tha stockholders
of the South Platta Land company wlil be
held at tha office of said company at
Lincoln. Nebraska, at 11 o'clock a. in., on
ths third day of March, A. D., 1IU9.
C. H. MORMLJ., Pre.idanC
A. B. MINOR. iMcrstary.
Lincoln.' Jiltiaka, Fsbruary t, ii.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
Oats- 1 J
May...f 6AI fcn.
" fask Prlees.
WHBAT-Nu.' 3 hard. f!.Wl.WH; N
nro. .no. t bard. 8l.ouo4.os;
Nr. aprtna. 1.6KI.07.
CORN No. 2. 6HH;; No. 8. tiKc; No. I
yeuow. n'Atttnw ; .No. S white, SJo.
OATS-No. 3 mixed, 61f61Vi No. I yel
low, 61Siflr,2r; No, wnlei siSlc; No.
4 white, UaiHo; standard, UWtVr
RTK No. 2, Tie; No. 3. To.
. tarla Metta.
Wheat. Com. Oat a
Chicago a ta 119
Minneapolis 2M ... ,
Omaha ... M 108 8
uuiutn 2S ... ,
CHICAGO GRAIX AJD PROVlBIO.It
Featare ot tha Trad la mud CIoiIbsj
Prlees Baard at Trad.
CHIOAOO, Fen. 19.-Oraln prea stored
tf new high record marks cm tha Board of
Trad today, wheat for May delivery ad
vancing to 81.16. The hbrhest point for
?"r" May delivery was reached at
W'ksJWre. while tha best mar tar oals
for tha same option waa (c. Wheat held
tha advance and oloaed strong at net gains
H'qSo to IV. but coarse grain
weakened under proflt-taktn- sales and
clrmed hea-y. Provisions closed steady.
Freah Ufa was Infused Into tha bull cam
paign In wheat which, during the laat few
oays, had degenerated Into a stste of eiegrn
with tha bears apparently occupying tha
potnt of vantagA A vigorous onU.uht by
tha leading bulls resulted in prices being
advanced from Qc to lWo above tha
low. point rf the day, with tha May de
livery leading In the gtn. The sharp up
turn occurred toward tha middle of tha
rty, following a period marked by a Con
siderable dullness during which prices were,
inclined to dnur. The bulge was chleflv
dta to the active support given the market
by prominent bulla and the revival of de
mand from that source was said to have
been based on s 1c sdvanoe at Kansas
City. The market displayed decided strength
during the remainder of the session. Un.
u"ially liberal shipments for tha week from
Argentina, the total exports being 6,912,000
oiwhela, were mainly responalbla for the
early weakneaa. The ran ire for tha day for
inn kn ar tlaHiiaium i . .
, ' wan Deiween tLigedSS
SJid 31.16. Closing quotatlona were
at the top notch. July sold between tLOO
l.4 and 31.01, and closed at 37.01.
.V" I"0 the top marks of the day
u. i .rmt "w "nlnutea of trade, after
wnich the market developed considerable
weakness. Continued wet weather through
out the corn belt brought rmt an active
demand at the atari, which resulted In
l.Vi1 Jf'"- of "naae He. compared
W rLhe.prrv,ou" clo"- Prices advanced
.tr'n higher In the first five jnlnutes.
,!leIL,i!5 w100 m!lrk for th" seaann.
i" r "i"""r, inspired nnerai sales
for Short lenuinf arkui. n i . . ,,
A 7 iorti holders, soon caused a
an increased movement
helped - to weaken the market. Tha low
DOlnt foe the Aar 4 WMH . .
ic, . 7 ' " T waw re(Tiiea at
5Tc. Tha market closed rather weak, with
K "T" aia o below yesterday's
final nuriiiiiiui. u... .a -- , - .
July at "l "W-O'
ron :ar oe'lvery touched a new high
record mark for the season at 66c, which
The advance, however, brought out Hbaral
Vi T" fit a bin Me J .
.,, lnB mnraet soon weak
ened and continued heavy the balance of
the session. Th mHaAmAU .
sto!kB In store was the reason for the
. .i. uciimnu, wnicn causea the bulge
i " ?Ftn,"'c- wurlnir the day May sold
ofT to 6oo. The market closed easy, with
prlcea a shade higher to Bc lower, with
May at 0040
Provisions were quiet sod stead v. There
was soma buying at the start owlag to
tha bulge In rdwrsa grain, but later some
or these holdings were sold at the decline
In Cfira .nil m , a 1 - .
, ' i" iiiw viww pncri were
unchanged to 2H lower.
leaping tutures ranged as follows:
AftJcles.l Open. I High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
1 16 1 14
I 01 1 004
9 67 9 70
9 82 82
Cash quotatlona were as follows:,
RYE No. 2. 78c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing. 6366&c; fair
to choice malting, 644i6c.
SEEDS nax. No, 1 southwestern. 31.60;
No. 1 northwestern, $1.70. Timothy, 33.7a,
PROVISIONS-Pork. mess, per bbl.. 3R76
C18.80. Lard, per IOO lbs., 39.60. Short ribs,
sides (loose), 3H.2fWr8.76. Short clear sides
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 2228c:
dairies. 212oc. '
EGGS Weak: at mark, cases Included.
383'2dc; flrstsi26c; prime firsts, 27c.
CHEESE Firm; daisies, 15loc; twins
HVoloc; young Americas, 16U16c; long
horns. 16G16c. "
POTATOES Stesdyt choice to fanov m,
90o: fair to good. 8687c.
POULTRY Steady; turkeys, 17c; chick
ens. 14c; springs, 16c.
VEAL Steady; 60 to 80 lbs., 74ic; 80 to 85
lbs., fcc; 8s to 110 lbs., 9jUc.
Total clearancea of wheat and flour were
equal to 18,000 bu. Exports for the week,
ts shown by Bradstreet's, were equal to 2,
273.000 bu. Primary receipts were 52,000 bu.,
compared with 817,000 bu. the corresponding
day a year ago.
Estimated recelpta for tomorrow: Wheat,
26 cara; corn, 856 cars; oats, 164 cars; hogs.
St. Lea Is General Market.
ST. LOUI8. Feb. 19. WHEAT Higher;
track. No. 2 red, cash, 31.27&H.28; No. 1
hard. Lllea.l4; May, M.llHl.llK; July,
CORN Firm ; caah, hleTher: track. No. 2
cash, 834J4c; No. 8 whits, 6SW7o: May.
4c; July, 64c '
OATS-Hlgher; track. No. t caah, 63o:
No. 2 white. 55c; May, 64o; July, 48o.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents,
6.toru6.76; axtra fancy and straight, 34.90
b6.H5; bard winter clears, 83.76414.10,
8KE1D Timothy, I3.00tf3.46.
E RAN Higher; sacked, east track. 31.19
HAY Active; timothy, 31O.OOI&12.0O; prai
rie, .noi 10.50.
"IRON COTTON TIES-ll'.OO.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; Jobbing,
31445. Lard, steady; prime steam, 39.3:''
9.43. Dry salt meats, unchanged: boxed
extra shorts, 99.12; clear ribs. 3fl.26; short
clears, 3960. Bacon, unchanged: boxed
extra aliorts, 310.37; clear ribs, $10.25; short
POULTRY-Oulat; chickens, 13c; springs
I9c; turkeys, 19c; ducks, ISc; geese. 7c.
BUTTER Higher: creamery, 32'o30c.
EGGS Higher, 23c, cans count.
1 Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls S.ooti t on)
Wheat, bu 4i.0i O 87 000
Corn, bu IKUHW) ' 85.000
Oats. bu. sl.OOO 33.VU0
Kansas City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 19.-WHEAT-Un-changed:
No. 2 hard, $1.18iti'l 2; No 3
hard, 31 .0Sr! J; No. 3 red, 3134tl.2; No.
8 red. tl.2iral.26.
CORN Unchanged; No. 2 mixed, 83c; No
3 mixed, Sl&tic; No. 3 white, 63c; No. 3
OATS Unchanged; No. I whits. 5i3S4c;
sso. a inixea, oijoc.
HAY Steady; choice timothy. 39. tiffiio on-
choice prairie, 38.S0m.76; choice alfalfa, 316O1)
BUTTER Creamery extras. Sic; firsts,
27c; seconda, 36c; packing stock, 17c.
KOttS- Kxlraa, 2Sc; current receipts
flat, 33c; seconds and dirties. &c.
t Receipts. Blilpments.
Wheat, bu. M.f0 ("Vl
forn, bu U.nns 3u.ono
Oats, bu 4,(M liOuO
Options at Kansas City.
Artldea I Open. Hlgk. Law. Close.
1 Of Ai
asked. B bid.
Lot Ths Hee Want Ads do tha work (or
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
DeTelopment in Steel Trade BeivJt
in Confusion of Opinion.
MARKET '.ft DULL ' AND LOWES
Terats at Issae af ' saatker ParlUa
Bands t'aase Flrsaarea lag Har
rlraaaa Reads Ara
NBW YORK. Feb. 19. -The latest Avmt
opments In the Iron and steal trade hava
'7"""' in grnat conrufion of opinion over
what consequences are to follow. This state
of confustnn was resnonslhl fn ih. k.i.
In speculative a-tvMy In the stock market
tats today, rather than any conviction that
tiie market had adjusted Itself to the new
conditions In the sharp fall In prices.
Tha belief Is common that a large wart
lrg requirement exists In the steel trade
which will come out with signs of revival
In Industry. The statement was current
that the leading steel makers had can
vassed the railroads of the country thor
oughly with a view to ascertain what vol
ume of orders for steel rails would be
brought out by a cut from 328 to 326 per
ton. Ths result wa reported to show a
failure to bring out the amount of orders
deemed necessary to Justify ths action. In
this case the greatest deterrent to present
action in placing orders Is said to be ths
iirxvertalntles of the tariff changes' and ths
likelihood that a new adjustment of prices
must bo made anyhow when the new duties
:!?... f'K'- The realisation that the same
difficulty must apply In greater or lees de
gree to the market for all steel products
complicates the whole problem. That ths
recently maintained level of values of the
steel Industries was an artificial one In
view of the state of trade waa the opinion
expressed with sufficient exnllcltnens by
trie price movement which has followed
rne knowledge of the new move by ths
lending authorities In the steel trade.
The liquidation of ITnlted States Bteel
continued today on a large scale, both for
home and for fnrelan rrnnnl Th. hi.
I market was affected, hut in varying de
Lgreea. The copper Industries showed mors
sympathy with United States Steel today
...... jmrriwy, i nis was partly accounted
for by reportts of another drastic reduction
In the price at which leading producers
were offering refined copper. On the other
hand there were points or reslstanca In the
railroad list. The Southern Pacific bond
icsue, although expected in an Indefinite
way, came as a surprise m manv of Its de
tails. The 382.0O0.0on to he nfftiwl
lorger than generally looked for. The deci
sion to offer the issue to stockholders at
a prlos designed to form a privilege seemed
to be taken In ft a favor and the fact that 1
the portions thus to be allotted to the
Union PRdflc Interest In Its capacity of
stockholder would meet the sum in ha neiH
to that company In Its capacity as creditor
iur aovances to its subsidiary promises to
facilitate the financing of new bonds and
lessen the strain on the money market. The
two Harrlman stocks were Inclined to firm
ness after the bond Issue was announced.
The money market waa not materially af
fected by the estimates of the week's currency-movement,
which Indicated Important
not caah change. The foreign selling of
stocks In this market helped to a sharp
upward movement In foreign rates. Re
vival of uneasiness over the Balkan posl-
iiuu wu a racior in me aepression abroad.
Bonds wore Irregular. Total sales
value, 34.716,000. United States bonds were
uncnangea on can.
Number of saies and principal quotatlona
on stocks wars as follows:
gules. Hlh. Low. Clow.
AmslfsnwtM Copper 41S0 1i 7!H "4
r. 11. 1 w j
n.m.. m r. pra. ..........
An. Cotton Oil
Am. H. A h. ptd
Am. Ics Seeurttlta v.
Am. unseed oil..
u. S is 14
American Locomotive ...
Am. LocomollTS ptd
Am. S. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. 8usar Refining
Am. Tobsoco pfd
Anseonda Minim Co
Atlantic Coast Llns
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pld
Bronklra Rapid Tr
" iuo 'i
, t.ton 4t.
17,700 JOJU 11) 102
604 mi 101 101
4110 114 114 ,114
(.too 104 104 10i
.W0 T1 tn TO
r.wio ira mt i7t
3,no -A 30 ae
too lot im m
18.400 47 4t 4
Central Leather pfd
Central ot N. J.. -dlv..
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcato Ot. W
Chlcato A N. W.......,
C, M. A 81. P ....
0 7 1 7
100 177 177 17
U.300 H.'. 144 145
lt) 14 T 75
9.(00 M II J7
C. C C. A St. U
Colorado V. A t
Colorado A So
Oolo. st 80. lat pfd
I0 M 42
mo la HI it
100 7 7 78
Colo. A So. 2d pfd
." 117 ISO 121
It") 1 II 18
1.100 176 1744 174
10. mo 4 44 4.'
Delaware a Hudson
Denrer A H. O
D. A R. a, pfd
Distillers' Bee unties ....
Sine 1st pfd
Krlo id pfd
Oreat Northern pfd
Oreet Northern Ore ctfa. .
. 1 3b
400 MS m 164
. 143 141 141
W 71 70 7
Imsrborojif h Met. ,
Int. Met. pfd
Int. Paper pfd
Kansas Cltjr 80
K. c. So. pfd
Louisville A N
Minn, a Si. L
M , St. P. A a. g. m
M., K. A T.
M., K. A T. ptd
New York central
N. V.. O. A W
Norfolk A W
P.. C. C. A Bt. L.
Pressed Steel Oar ,
Pullman PalaiA Car
Railway Steel Spring.....
Republic Steel pfd ,
Rock Island Ce
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. L. A g. P M pld
St. Louts. S. W
St. L. g. W. pfd
sloes Shefflald S. A I
80. Pacific, pfd
So. Rallwar pfd
Tetae A Pacific
T., St. L. A W
T , Bt. L. A W. pfd
I'nlon Pacific pfd.
V. 8. Rubber....
l. B. Rubber 1st pfd
t(l 140 140
. I. SO0 71 70
. 4,740 41 40
mo 71 it
. 1,100 ?B Tl
. 1.100 127 U4 Its
. 1.400 44 44 4ti
.. 4,000 M tl 19
tOO SO 71 71
. 11.600 111 IM lift
400 St II 11
. 1.800 III ISO IM
. t.400 113 111 111
o to to to
. 3.600 17 14 Is
. 1.100 '171 17.1 '170
. l.tta) 4f 4 44
. tT7.su IM 121 un
. l.i'o a it 11
I SO 11 tl
. J.00S 14 13
.. 40S 92
.. 500 11 il
400 TM4 74
.. H.SW lit III ll
KO 111 110 ltt
.. 4,7M M 14 14
.. LSD 41 M 3
tt 14 IS
.. 1,100 14 U 4
S'O 41 41 47
t0 44 u
.. 71.700 17g 174 177
too 44 fi H
T"0 3.1 til go
101 . lui la
..lit. tOO 44 41 44
.. i.ttte 111 111 HI
.. V 41 41 a
V B. Steel
U. A Steel pfd
Vs. -Carolina Chemical
Va.-Caro. Uhem. pfd...
Wheeling A L. k
Wisconsin Central ....
Am. T. A T. Co
.. 1.ZU0 44 tt
700 47 .
1.700 41 41 41
1.100 1241 jU in
Total sales for ths day, 716,001) shares.
Local earl ties.
OMAHA. Feb. 18. Quotations on Omaha
storka and bonds, furnished by Samuel
Burns. Jr.. 614 New York Uta building:
UOIUmDIB rue insurance .iocs
Combination Bridge, Sloui dir....
Cltj of Omaha bonds, 41 1024
ln4. Tel. ta ItU. eJ pfd bonus. .
Kansas Clin Rr. A Light Ic till..
Kansac City Uy. A L4ght pfd
Ncbrcska Tclepbenc clock., gg
Omaha Oca tc 117 7
Omasa, Kleetrta LU A Power ts 1121 .
Omens Kiev trio Lt. A Power pfd so
Omens A Co. Bletfc St. R is lti4. ... eg
Omabs A Co. Bluffs St. Br. ta 114... M
Omabs A Co. bluffs St. Rjr pfd s.
Omasa A Co- bluffa Uy. A Bridge pfd cl
Omabs Water t e. sc. nil gg
Omabs Water Co. ts 1M4 H
Omake Water Co. let pld
Oaak. Water Co. td pfd
Omaha board al Trade Bidg. Cs. pfd.
Omaha Board of Trade Blag. Co. com.
teift A Compel.
State lncuranoe Go
Sheridan Coal 44 ltd ,
Sheridan Coal pfd.....:
Sheridan Coal com
Bionx City tttock Yards pf4 gg
Bieui City Stork Tarda com gg
Trl-Staie Land Ce. pfd. 10 coca. SSsas 44
I'nlon Stork Ysrdc Co. cteck (1
Union Construction Co., Kaasss city t
W ngbt-Wllbelmy Co. pfd gg
Alma, Neb., Village ts
Bask Cleartagra. -
OMAHA, Feb. It -Bank elearings for
today wars C.467.847.08 and Tor tha carre
apuuding date loot, year, $1,644,001.78,
vVASTHNOTON, Feb. 19 Todays atate
tnent of the treasury balances la tha awn
ral fund, exclusive of ths 8ls0.000.0u0 gold
rsservss shows. Availabla oaak K-1- '14
8140,676.41: gold cln snd bullion, 333.K7.r8
gold certincatea, 6a,Kl,xar).
Wove York Hcscf Market.
NKW TOR.3C, rb. 19. MONET On call
easier at l?H per cant; ruling rats.
per cent; cloolng bid, 144 per cent; offered
st 3 per cent. Time loans, slightly easier;
i.lxty days, tHtJ'N nor oent; ninety days.
Z'W'as per cent; six montns, 8 per cent.
PKIMB MKIICANT1LK PAPER H4H
STERLING KXCH A NO. B St rang, with
sctual business In bankers' bills et 84 K6tVl9
4 IMS for sixty-day bills and at 94 87 for
demand; commercial bills, 34 .84efN.84TA.
SILVER Bar. o"c; Mexh-an dollars.
BONDS-Ocvernment. steady; railroads,
Closing quotations on bonds today wrt as
V. 8. ref. 9s. rag.. ..141 . Central is IS
de coupon 1'" do lat Ino 14
V. A te. r8 10 M. A St. U 4s
e eoopon lwM., K. T. 4s
t. 8. 4e. reg Ill do Is 17
So enupoa t M. R. R. of M. s 4s M
Asi. Tobscee 4s 7 N. T. C. g. ts H
4o Is IM N. i. C. g. te II
Atmieon gen. 4s lei No. Pacific 4s 10.1
so si). cs se n 74
de 4s 104 n. A W. c. 4t H
do cr. te 1070. 8. U rf. 4a t
Atlantic C. L. 4s.... 97 Pens. e. Is ltlt... tf.
a tmis ea 1111 00 era. cs 104
so ls .
W Seeding sen. 4C......W
Krk. R.-T. c. 4S.
Centra) of Oa. ts..,
o let IM
oa d Im ,
Che. A Ohio 4s.
Chicago A A. tc,
C, B. A Q. n. 4a.,
C. R. I. A P. 4s.
do col. te
do rfdg. 4s ,
URp. of Cubs ts lot
llSt. Is, A I. M. c is.. Ill
0 St, U 8. P. f. 4S 17
40 St, L. 8. W. e. 4s ... TH
e.1 nennnsra a. u 4s... n
10l8o. Pccirio 4s pi
74 ds 1st 4s 96
a.... n so. aauwar he lis
4s.... TTiaa A P. Is Ill
, tiT., St. L. A W. 44.. I
rstmlos Pacific 4c If
CCC. A St. L.
Colo, Ind. t..
g. CC. P So CT. 4C let
741'. S. Steel td M 104
Colo. Mid. 4s ...
Colo. A Bo. 4s...
Del. A H. ev. 4c
D. A R. O. 4c.
Erie p. I. 4s
do gen. 4a
Hoc. Val. 4j.,
Int. Met. 4c...
.. M Wabash 1c Ill
.. Wes(era Md. 4s.... 14
..101 W. A L. . 4s W
.. c Wis. Cenlrsl 4c 94
.. nn. 1., n. n. m H.
.. 14 ev. s eta 114
..l(rTLake shore 4s 1931... t3
.. 7 Am. t. a T. ct. 4.. is
.. Kig Webso put. 4a
.. tt. Rallwar 4a 71
do td series
It So, Paeirio 4s
L. N. anl. 4s 102 D. A R, o,
Man. c. g. 4o N
Boston Marks and Bands,
BOSTON. Feb. 19 Money, call loans. ?H
w-'f per cent; time loans, wg per cent.
wiiiciai closing on stocss ana Donos
Atchlcon sdj. 4s.
Atchlcon ft. R...
Boston A Albany.
Boston A Maine..
..108 Bntts Ooalltlon ,,
..l(tl Cel. A Arltoos. ..
..24 Cal. A Heels
...1JR Copper Range ....
rilohburg pfd 1U Dalr West
r. w., rt. h. A H...1M Franklin
177Oreene Cananea ,
Am. Arge. Cnem. .
. 41 Isle Rovala
, N Mass. Mining ...
. I Michigan
.121 Mont. c. A C...
, 94 Parrot
. 84 Shannon
, 14 Tamarack
.127 United Copper ...
. 43 IT. S. Mining
. 21 V. 8. Oil
. 7 Winona
. 4) Wolverine
. 71 North Butte
Am. P6eu. Tube...
A mar. Sugar
Am. t. A T
Dominion t. A 6..
Mass. Electrio , ...
United 8. M
V. 8. Steel....
f.ondoa Closing Storks.
LONDON. Feb. 19. Ijondon closing stocks
44 1-14 M , K. A T ...
.. nN. T. Cenlrsl..
. 9 Norfolk A W...
.104 da pfd
.104 Ontario A W...
Baltimore A Ohio. ... Ill Pennsylvania
Canadian Pacific 17Rand Mines ,
Chesapeake A O IT Reading ,
Chicago O. W T8outbera Ry ,
CBI.. Mil. a Bt. r.,.141 So pfd
De Beers 13 Southern Pacific.
Denver A RIs 0 44 Union Pacific
. tt do pfd.
10 U. 8. Steel
, 44 do pfd...,
.114 do pfd
144 Spsnlsh 4c
ds 1st pfd
do Id pfd
LoulsTtlle A N
fuisTitie er ,.;...U9 Altll. copper
SILVER Br. quiet at 13 Hd par
muii rj 1 1 xv z per cent.
The rata of discount In the open market
for short bills Is S&2 per cent; for
mice iiiumns Dills, lvi per cent.
Nnw Tark Mlalagr Stacks.
NEW YORK. Feb. 18.-Closlns; quotations
-ni iijiiiija siwao were; ,
Alice 200 tittle Chief 14
Braruwlek Cos 10 Meilocn : gg
Com. Tunnel stock... 17 Ontario leg
do bonds 16 Ophlr 126
Cen. Col. A Vs 41 Standard leg
Hons Silver IS Yellow Jacket l
LeedTllle Cos. ...... 4
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
gatttaflona of tha Day aa Varlaas
. HBW.vTORK- F,b' 19 IOUR-Recelpts,
9.6U) bbls.; exports. 3,700 bbls.; prlcei
were nominally - hla-her; MlnnesoU nt.
86.40tr6.75; winter straights, $6.00J
luiMiir-euia. u iters, M.autB.DO; winter
extras, 33.764.30; winter patents, 3S.10ta6.60;
winter low grades. 33.86(84.20; Kansas
straights, 36.0OW6.!. Rye flour firm; fair
to good, 84.O04M.28; choice to fsncy, '84.36 9
J Buckwheat flour, dull, 32.10fc-2.30 per
, BUCKWHBAT-Qulet; New York state,
CORNMEUMAFIrm; fine white snd yel
S.itl'! cor"e- -6l6; kiln dried,
RYE Quiet; No. t western, 88H0. f. o. b,
New York. .
BARLEY Steady; malting, 744378c, c. I. f.
Yoik ' ,ew,,n. WBvlo, c t. f., New
V H EAT Receipts. 3,600 bu.; exports. 84.
000 bu.; salss. 3,000.000 futures, 24,000 bu.
spot; spot strong; No. 3 red. 31.3WV ele
vator; No. 8 red. 31.21, f. o. .. afloat;
No. 1 northern, Dulnth, 81.26. f. o. b .
afloat; No. 2 hard winter, 31.22H. f. o. b
afloat; a short scare among May wheat
bears resulted In new high levels for the
season and strong at Sfitlo over last night.
English cables wars also firm on reduced
estimates of ths Argentine surplus and oov
srlng; a fair export business was worked
today, mainly Manitoba; May closed at
31 .18': July closed st 35.08. .-"
OORN-Retjeipts, 38,300 bo,: erporta, 1,100
bu. : SDOt market firm- Mr, 9 U.
and 72c. afloat- No. I whlta. nominal and
1 o- Afloat; options,
I firm aarly on bad weather, but naoted
f atlil nlnaul at I as 1 .A ...
ana ciosaa partly Ho net tower; MAy
olosed at 7SHc; July olosod at 72o; Bev
tem be r closed at 72 Uc.
OATS Receipts. 86.800 bu.t axnoria 1 via
bu; spot market firmer; mlaed, 24 to' 82
- W7ivtcwi7v, iisturai wnne, a in n IPS,
6l10c; clipped White, 34 to 43 lbs,, 6i5i;.
FE ED Q u let ; sprisg brgn, Hi); mid.
Clings, $27.60; city, 317 60,
HAT Unsettled; No. 3. eoc; good to
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family, $14.60
iie.uu, mesa, gio.otsn 11.n1; Deer hsms, $34.0i4i
28.00; paokef.. 314.00ejrl4.60; city extra India
mess, 3i4.8oJ4.W. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies. 89.004ji9.s0; pickled hams, 89.6u4X
10.00. Lard, firm; western, 898o9.90; re
fined, quiet; continent. $10.06; South Amer
ica. $10.76; - compound. $7.8687.50. fork
steady; family, ti8.0(i&.19.00; short clear. $19.25
b 21.00; mess, $17.60-0.18.00.
TALUOW-Qulet: city (33 per pkg), 8c:
country fpkgs. free), 63140.
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 2V
tj6c; Japan, titminal.
BUTTER Firm: hold creamery, common
to specials. XHfrlDip; western imitation
creamery, firsts. 21 23c.
CHEESE Firm and unchanged.
POULTRY Alive, dull; western chickens,
13c; fowls, 15c; turkeys, 12tn8c. Dressed,
steady; western chickens, latrlsc; fowls.
14s'lc; turkeys, Ksft3o.
EGOS Firmer; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby selected, white. 30c; choice to fair,
23s34c; brown and mixed, fancy, 34c; fair
to choice, tiQ3t; western firsts, 33c; sec
Philadelphia Prodset Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 19 BUTTER
Steady; extra westarn creamery. Due:
nearby prints, 32c.
EGGS Weak, We lower: Psnnaylvanla ind
other nearby firsts, free cases. fJo at
mark; Penosylvsnla snd other nearby cur
rent receipts, returns dis cases. 28140 at
mark; western firsts, free cases. 2HV St
mark: western receipts, free cases, K42ft4o
CHEESE Firm: New York full creams,
choice, 14VJ'15c; fair to good, Hltftc.
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 19. WHEAT
May, $l.llfl1.ll: July, 81.1U4- Caeh: No.
r hard, $1 Utjl 14; No. 1 northern, $1 120
1.13; No. 2 northern. $1.K)61.11H; No. 8
FLOUR I.a strong demand. First pat
ents. $6.604jA.S6; second patents, $6.40436 60;
first claara, f4.104jpt.26; Second clears. $3.06
. BRAN In bulk. $J8.0u?23 SO.
Ltwarwoal Oeaia Market.
UVBRPOOU Fab. 11 -WHWAT Spot,
abstract of tlUo In tha easa of sew -to free-
KecMlpte Wheat, 29 cara; aorn, ta cart;
oats, 114 cars.-lustlmatad tomorrow! Wheat,
96 aara, aura. 4c4BVexgi sals, lot cars.
For over flftr-two yrs this banli has ondoavorrd
to aerve its patrons as td morlt the old adage "A satis
fed customer ts the best advertisement,"
Our complete equipment In every department elves
us Am LIT V and a few minutes' talk with any of our
offlcera will convince you of our WILLINGNESS to fur
nish, you with every accommodation consistent with'
good banking. x
Co mo in and talk it over.
First National Bank of OniaKa
J Thirteenth and Farnam SU.
Rntranoa to Safety Deposit T salts la on 13th 8t
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steeri Steady, While Cowi Show
Some Little Strength.
HOGS CONTINUE ON DOWN GRADE
Llarfct Raa af sheep and Lamas and
Ho Material Chance ta Valaea
Friday, bnt Lower for
SOUTH OMAHA, Feb. 19, 1909.
Recalnta wars- nettle, f. nirs. BheeP.
Official Mondav 2.4oO 2.668 3.789
Official Tuesday 8.7' 11,667 11.694
Official Wednpsdav .... 8.2G3 14.843 7.7
Official Thursday 3.908 13,321 4.063
Five davs this vesr . . .17 228 61.0S8 29.017
Pams days laat week l&.lill 8T..116 26,107
6ame days 2 weeks as;o. .H.I!
Same days 8 weeks ago. .15.914 tu.axe 27,M
Pams days 4 weeks ao.. 21,922 6n.048 27,927
Same days last year 189 49.IU3 23.4K9
Th followlna- table shows the receipts Of
cattls, hogs and sheep at South Omaha fur
ths year to data, compared 'with last year:
1ft 8 1908. Inc. lec.
Cattle 1X1,943 141.418 7.T5
Hobs SM.WO 44.6i7 81.1J7
Bhecp 206,018 190,867 14.W1
The followlna table shows the average
prlue of hone at South Omaha for the In si
several days, with comparisons;
Datea 1909. 1908.l07.ll908.1906.190t.190C.
I 8 911 S 70
4 891 9 72
t 02 3 78
8 001 8 71
081 I 72
4 171 901
4 2S 9 91 8 72
00 i 3 72
4 141 8 91 6 78 4 81 4 9t 8 81
ka 6 90)
6 04 6 98
6 03 7 02
6 05 8 37
6 12 Jl
4 l&l 6 7s
Ths official number of cara at atock
brought In today by tac'u road waa:
Lattls. Hon. Bhteu li ra
t-. yi. at 01. X
C. A N. W., east
C. A Nl W.. west
C. 8L P., M. & O....
C. B. 4V Q east
B. A Q.. weat
C. R. 1. A p., east..
O. R. A P., west.
Chicago Gt. Western.
Total receipts.... 39 10 8 00
The disposition of the dav's recelnts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tlis nura-
oer 01 naa indicated:
' Cattle. Hoas. SheeD.
Omaha Packing Co 220 1,447 480
Swift and Company 163 tM9
Cudahy Packing Co 410 . 3.330 ' 1,009
Armour & Co to 2,053
Swift Ac Co., from St. Joe . 009
Ijobman A Rotlichild.... 8
Hill & Bon 33
F. P. Iewls 41
. B. Root 4 Co 20
H. Bulla 2
U F. Hues 1 ....
McCresry A Carey 3
II. F. Hamilton 22 '
M. Hagerty eV Co 11
F. Q. Inghram 10 ' ,
Sullivan Bros 2
I.ehmer Bros 2
Independent Packing Co.. 11
Bcha fer 243
Bt. Louis Packing Co 96 .....
Illinois Packing H. Co 134
Schraph - 223
Other buyers 116 337 304
Totals 1,118 11,064 2,392
CA TTL.E Reeeints of rattle, se usual An
a Friday, wars very light, there not being
enough on sale to Interest buyers to any
area,, extent, neceipts for the week have
been quits liberal, belna tha heaviest for
ths same period of time sines four wesks
ago and very nearly as large aa one year
ThS market On haof Steare hle tnnrnlnv
did hot show any very material change,
thsra being a fair demand at about yester
day's prices. Ths trada was not very ac
tive, although a good shsre of the cattle
Bold in fair season In the morning.
Caws and hellers were In better demand
and ths trada on that kind of cattle waa
mors Active than it has been for tlis last
two or three daya. Prices were anywhere
from steady to a little higher.
Tha supply of feeders in first harwls was
small and the market rnnr. I Iv taai4
On the other hand, speculators had quits
m HU111U.1 ut i-e.1110 wnu'n tney ars carrying
and ths feeling In tha ftwwier ti viin 1.
quits a little easier than It was a few days
uuotatlons oa cattle: flrwiH hnt.
corn-fed Steers. 86.5t4.00: fair in -,-.
corn-fed steers, $5,004(6.50; common to fair
corn-fed steers, $4.00'ti6.(w; good - to choice
cows and heifers, $4.00ii6.16; fair to g!od
cows and heifers, $3.(hku4.(); common to fair
cows and heifers, U.vO'aiM; good to choice
etockers and feeders, $4.6j&.00: fair to
good stackers and feeders, 33.75fe4.60; com
mon to fair atockers and feeders, $3 0u9
$.78: stock heifers, $2.7b&4.00; veal calves.
$3 0f6 7.J6; bulls, stags, etc.. $2.7&a4.60.
HOGS Receipts of hogs this morning
wars quite liberal at thla point. 121 car?
being reported In, making a total for ths
flvs days this week of 61.000 heart
against 85,000 head for the same day last
week and 49.000 bead for the same period
laat year. Other market points were also
reporting liberal runs. The erenerai .it...
adon as regards' the hog trade continues
vary weak and unsatisfactory to ths selling
Interee. For some reason or other, or more
likely, for a variety of reasons, tha large
packers apuear to have lost mntM.n i
tha future of the market and have swung
snjunu w wit. uvsr eitie ui me oral. They
ars accordingly administering sledge ham
mer blows ts the market at every oppor
tunity and the present heavy runs st 1..
Ing market pointa has afforded them an
excellent opportunity to force values down
Ths market this morning onenad with
Shippers picking up a few loads of such
hogs as they could uss at prlcea tliat were
steady to a li 1 1 la lower than yesterday, but
ths demand from this source waa limited
and the buyers very , particular as to
weight and quality. On the other hand tha
packers were all holding back and when
trty did make bids they were decidedly
lower than y est onlay. Thus aa was ths
case yesterdsy, a good share of ths fore
noon was passed by without very much
progress being made toward affecting a
Olearanos of receipts.
BH8.aU' Hoc I pis this morning were verv
light, only eight fresh oars being reported
In, of which number two cara were dirwt
ta Dockers and not offered for Whh
only sis freah cars and a few acatterlng
Boumsrs, mora waa raajiy not etbougn on
sale to make very much ot a market. HUH
tuara Was a tevlr tlouutnd and iNauUually
everything- at all desirable said very read
ily at Kood steady prices. Good fat lambs
sold up as high aa $7.20.
The market at the present time as noted
yesterday, la right at-otind 26c lower than
last we.'k. Heavy yearllnga havs suffered
the most, being: 2686c lower. In spite oi
the fact that a considerable decline has
taken place, the market aa a whole hag
been In a rood healthy condition and tha
large receipts have met with quits raady
sale on most daya.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Ottod td
choice lambs, 87.0Kti 7 i: fair to good lambs,
iA nlwfl7 III' f.nlna lanihe tS llTvl.M 7S- arrwwt Irt
choice light yearlings, 34 6tV(ji).7&: good to
choice heavy yearlings, $A.OP0.2!: feeding-yearling-,
3fi.flHjfi.7B; good to choice wetheis,
5.im7j6.2o; fair to good Wethers, $4.7oo.OO;
feeding wethers, $4.fiOat.7B; good to choice
ewes, 14. 40.04. 7B; fair to good ewes, CT.Oim
4.40; feeding ewes, $3.504.00; culls and
CH1CAUO , 1.1 VK STUCK MARKET
rattle steady to Htrangr Hogs Steady
to Five Cents lllaher.
CHICAGO, Fob. 19. CATTLE Receipts,
1.600 head. Market stesdv to strong; steers,
$5.00 7.00; cows, $3.ti036.60; heifers. 8.1 tt'n'
6.1m: bulls. $3.40ifr.2&; calves, $o.50tUbu;
Blockers and feeders, 33.Sfgt.ftO.
HOG8 Receipts, 9b.O0O -head. Market
, steady to 60 higher; choice heavy shipping,
! JH.4tKi,t;.6i; butchers. .36.&o: light mixed.
t. j.v.fj.a; cnoit-e ngnt, n.aitrt.3M; packing,
$6.3Va6.4i; pigs, $.26'sti.lO; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND T.A MBS Receipt s, S.Art
head. Market steady; sheep, 84.:tV96.tiO;
lambs, $ti.3Ci(a7.76; yearlings, ti.2ryti.86.
Kansas t ltr Live Btoek Market.
KAN8A9 CITY, Feb. W.-OATTIB-Re-ceipts,
2.0110 head, Including 100 southerns.
Market 10c higher; slow. Choice export and
dressed beef steers, 36.50'(t.25; fair to good,
3190(U6.50; western steers, $4.6Oru.0O; stock
ers and feeders, $3.7&fci6.36; southern steers,
34.Xfu6.26; southern cows, 32.70Ctt.5O; native
cow?, 32.5on6.X; native heifers. 33.0004.00;
bulls. 32.5Fa4.(IO; calves, $4.00tt7.50.
HOGS Receipts, 10,000 head. Market
steady to 10c lower. Top, 8.26; bulk of
sales, $6.70fi.20. Heavy, $t.lflft4.2&; packers
and butchers, $6.83tJ.20; light, 36.WtFH.0il;
SHKEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.0H0
held. Market steady. Lambs, $8.to7.50;
yearlings, $5.50t6."6; wethers, 84.766.60;
ewes, $4.25Si6.0O; Blockers and feeders, $3.00
Bt. Loals Live Stock Market.
ST. 4iOUIS, Feb. 19. CATTLBS Receipts.
1.130 head. Including 626 Texans. Market,
steady to 10c higher. Native shipping and
export steers. $6 OiW.OO; dressed beef snd
butcher steers, $4.0lKil8.26; steers under 1,000
pounds, $3.60&.Kf); Blockers snd feeders,
$3.4tQ6.35; cows and heifers, $3.2563&26; can
ners. $I.6oCu2.6; bulls, $3.00)6.00; calves, $6 50
fc'J.00; Texas and Indian steers, $J.50t5.a0;
cows and heifers, $2.76fi.0O.
HOGS Receipts, .4o0 head. Msrket,
steady. Pigs and lights, $4.&Va.40; packer.
$6.26fe.4o; butchers and best heavy, $&4n(S
811 EEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 480 head.
Market, steady. Native muttons, 3.75g6 ;
lambs, $4.60n7.66; culls iind bucks, $3.5fla.60;
Slonx City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT, Feb. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLB Recelpta, 800 head; mar
ket steady; beeves, $4.6O4ffi.O0; fat cows and
heifers, $3.604i.00; feeders, 34.26.00; year
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head: market (filOa
lower; range 01 prices, H.Mxrja.io; duik of
Stock la Slant.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Bhe. p.
South Omaha 9K 8.700 1,700
Sioux Oty J0 6. OilO
St. Joseph T.000 5,610 8.H)
Kansas City 2.0OH jo.lioo 4,0110
Sr. Ixuis 1.13 9.400 4i)
Chicago 1,600 2o.0U0 (.000
.7,330 7S.S0O 16.140
NEW YORK, Feb. 19. The cotton market
opened stesdy at a decline of -I'M points.
Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 9.s6c:
middling gulf, 10.10c. No aalea. 1
Cotton futures opened steady; March,
8.47H9.49C; May. 9.40c; July. 9.44c; August,
9.3tc, hid; September, 9 30c, bid; October,
l.S2c; December, 9.lc,' January, 9.24c, bid.
Cotton futurea closed quiet but steady
Februarv, 9.5oc; March, 9.62o; April, 9.49c;
May, 9.49c; June, 9.40c; July, 9.50c; August,
9.43c; September, 9.46c; October, 9 47c; No
vember, 9.32c; December, 9.$2c; January,
BT. LOVI9. Feb i9.-C?OTTON-Qiilet ;
middling. 9 7-lHc. 8al", none; receipts, 1,V0
bales; shipments, 4.6U bales; stock, 42,823
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 19. COTTON
Spot unchanged; middling, 9 7-14c. Salts on
tha spot, l.loo bales; to arrive, 900 bales.
Metal Market. V
NEW YORK, Fob. 19.-META1JSThs
London tin market was lower today, . with
spot quoted at 127 12s 6d, and futurea at
129 3s M. Locally the market waa weak,
with spot at $26. Copper waa lower ,ln
London also, with spot quoted at 67, and
futures at 67 16a 3d. The local market was
dull snd lower, with lake quoted at Ul-OO
13.25; electrolytic at $12.7641 12.87,. and east
ing at $12.&.'4'cfl2.76. Lead was a shade
higher In Ixindon, but tha local market
was dull and unchanged at $3.97H4.02Vi.
Spelter advanced to 21 12 6d In Ixmdon.
Ixically the market remained dull at 34
4.90. Iron declined to 47s 4 VI for Cleveland
warranta In lxndon. Locally the market
waa unsettled and prices were mora or less
bT. II'I8. Feb. 19,-METALS Lead,
dull, $3.8Mv3.87H. Spelter, weak, $4.76.
BOSTON. Feb. 19,-WOOL-The Commer
cial Bulletin will say tomorrow of the
wool market: The local wool aituatlon is
not changed In any Important particular.
The market Is quiet and sales small, aside.,
from the fair movement In South Ameri
can cross breds. The market Is firm anl
there Is a good deal of confidence among
dealers The shipments of wool from Boston,
is February . 18, Inclusive, were 38.874,471
lbs., ss agsinat 19.M9.87& lbs. for the same
time last year. The receipts to Februsry
IS, inclusive, were 38,748.202 lbs., as against
16.6iM.017 lbs. the same period last year.
BT. IXM'18, Feb. 19. WOOL Firm : me
dium grades, combing and clothing. 19gi4c;
light fine. IH'UIAie; heavy fine, lxu'lc; tub
NEW YORK,. Feb. 19. COFFEE Fu
tures, close m steady, at a net advance
of t to 20 points. March made a new high
record far the season Bales. 61.260 fanc.
Including March at 8.4&4.tr; May at tb-vp
8)c; July , Srr4.4oc; August. 3.10c, and
September at 6 96c. Spot, steady; Itio No.
7, kfis'oc; Hantos No. 4, &r; Mild, steady;
Baser and Molas
NEW YORK. Feb. 19.-8UGAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining. L114i3.4c; centrifugal,
94 teat, 3. il 'a 4. 64c; molHs. s sugar, 1 S-"tji!Joc.
Refined, steady; crushed, $-fcc; powdered.
t.Ouc; eianuldUd, 4.66a.
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