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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1910)
TT1E BKB: OMAHA, FKIDAY, FKimUAKV 2.V 1H10.-
GRA.N AND PRODUCE MARKET
Liiie Chang-e from Wednesday in
I . Wheat Market,
ceop EEroars siill agiiative!
Corn Aola lira?, with Reertpta Lib
fmlm Hfrntil Mack, Bayers
VroprIn eatral Position
. IM) Waltlnar Uevelnaamenls.
OMAHA. Fsh. 24, 1910
"Thire ai little or no choniie In tlie
wheat n.iuauon tnilay. Crop report con
tinue to agitate traders and nervous spurts
are only checked by the alow raMi de
ft and. Miller have not been (rood buyers
lor several days. There are Rood signs of
u temporary setback.
Ihr coin tnaiKMi act heavv heavy re-
Ci-lpta )th a lack (it any shipping demand
'inarrri nuyrra In a neutral position.
A nTj p dVrllne In prices would show off
W heal proved steady during the whole
if"Mon, trading bdna light, but nfferlnss
Were withheld on additional 'damans re-iV-i'ts.'
HHcua tvere moatly on the upturn
1 the general tune of the market was
:o.:ti ufi.r u weak rtart strengthened on
Uia flrmrifte In wheat. Some reports of
Hunter ref i-ipta helped the rash market and
price today were steady to a slisd" lower.
ITImary wheat receipt were f.77.000 bu.
ami shipments were 27 fx bu., attaint re
ceipt Inst yrar of 3ki,0i0 bti. and shlp
u etna of KZ,m liu.
. 1'rtrnai y corn receipt were 714.000 bth
Nl shipments were f.(f7,ono bu.. agalnt
rrcclpta last year of 7:i7.0oO bu. and slilo
inenta of 29S.0i bu.
('Ie.ranes were 142.000 bu. nf corn, 13.000
U-t. vf oat and wheat and fiour equal to
., WJ.TOu fcti.
Liverpool rloeed ifiA higher on wheat
and Kd loner on eorn.
rl.ocal rango of opiiona:
Artlo!eg, Open.,1 High. ) I.OW. Close. Yes y.
1 Off t toJ 1 0P4
i oo i hh i oo
rr;1 tii I ci
2i. C2"i' 2H
4VS .. 4 . 4f,
43 i:Wt 4.1
1 IW'4j 1 0H
1 00S 1 (K)
' h Cash Prices.
T WHEAT No. 2 hard, $1.07M,ftl.084; No. $
Vard, l Of. 't-iil. 07; No. 4 hard, $l.00ti'1.04;
N4. 2 npiliitf. ll.07tll.uKVa: No. 3 sprlniz,
HMTil.OOvi; No. 2 duruai, srte; No. $ durum,
ultN No. 2 white, CTWK:Pe; No. 3 white, I
ii&sV; Nit 4 whim, &5f."i5Vic; No. 3"fcolor,
soln'uWVic; No. 4 color. MWtiMw. No. 21
yellow. 5t'A ', No. 3 yellow. ftoty&M'c; No.
4 yellow, SVi"4c; No. 2, fjv6c; No. a, 6541
6We: No. 4. 6;nft54c,
.. OATH No. 3 white. 44''44c; No. 4
white. 4:wW44V4: No. 3 yellow, 43?i'lV4c;
No. 3 mixed. 4i'44c.
BAUL,EY-No. 4, 5'yo00e; No. 1 feed. 6S'MP
RyB-Nos 2. 76c; Io. S, 74076 Vic.
. .. Carlo! Hecelpta.
VVheit. Corn. Oats
C HIC jd.lt GRAIN
Feat urea of tba Tradtmic and ( loalna;
Prlra on Board of Trade. '
CHICAGO. Feb. 24.-Oralna advanced In
Dili' today U aloir the line,, the whoH
In.arket beltiK tho most nervoun, with tluo-
tiatlotia from -Tie to lc. Provlalona cloaed
generally unchnnged to lc lower than yea-
oroay, f -. ;
Poor demand for cash wheat had a bear
ish effect op the trading In the first half
r me nay. May suffered more from the
? M enema;, conditions than did the. moia
flfstaHt. futures, falling off to JU3. CIor-
nig .rigurea were from VSc to Tc up, with
tttf t! ntnr(t " fhontha taking the lead. ' The
eoaj was rtrong at near 4he high point.
wlih.May .'iq up at, 1.13',m.l4.
ii -ar!jr depreenlon in corn brotipht O'u't
a hot of bllyera and pi'leea advanred ft-om
the low point from H to c. May trav
mt,. from fiS&tifiljA.rTlie close a
ar'so?' thft iW' with May 0 up
In oats trading wan light anil fluctuations
varUd. from tyc to iw, Mav moving from
4VMie to 4iVs-fti7q. Covering bv shorts
e"P' t market stronir townrcf the close.
I'lnnl flffVrea wore 'near the ton, with May
t 47Sio,-i&Ho higher.
Provisions -clostd. weak, with pork 24 to
lt;e down; laid utijjiangcd to 6c off and
rlha Go to ..7V4C lower.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Avticles.i Opon. Hlh. Low. Cloae, Yes'y.
V 1 --
II 13'iH 1 14
1 1ST4-4 1 13H
1 04.74ll U5U.U 1 ftl6i 1
I WVji 1 01 1 00;1 01V1
8 I 65V
, 4.15, Uqm
Z.1 72V4 23 f2
23 66 23 72H
12 US 1$ 871
11 77V, 12 2Vi
12 50 12 52H
12 45 12 47H
I 23 W I 23 rfH
! m tavii a vo
I 12 87H.I 12 95
I 12 85 I 12 HJ
I 11 55 11 BO
I 1$ 62V, 13 67V,
'No. t. ! :
quotations were aa follows:
7 VOLRWe,Jt: Winter patenta, tS.SOfifi.SS;
S S!,"."'".1"1 4.W : "Prg straights
$4.8fatU0: bakers, $3.Mt.40.
RYR-No. 1, lc.
I . WULEY Feed or mixing. 624Hc; fair
I to-cilv!?9 nltng, 67(g72c. .
L. ,x,B ?I)8 rx- 1 southwestern $209;
'-.S?V,.8'2fSsfc5,a XI PbM.. $23.75
rWbi sides tloose). $l2.wvnl.50. Short clear
J" (boxed). $11.7(ktl.00 , " C' "r
. . 0lfaranees of wheat and flour were
& tLlMMM bu- ,mary recelpei .werj
- - " i. '-"'imim wun so.(aiu nu. the
cut rexuond nar dat a vear - n-u.
cut rexponding day a :
VKllile, supply, as ah
(.'errs l.o;,000 bu.
Ksttii"Jf(ed' receipta f
nown by Bradstreet'p,
a . i. ;. Fl lur lomorrow: wheat.
2ftVhi Cirn" 1 0Bt"' 176 car: hS!
OR K . fiEi;il 41, MtHKET
of the Day on Vrlo
b"EMJ$ r'h' "-F-I-OVR-rirm.
."f r'ou- flr'n; fa r to rood $4
4 4 choice to fancv 14 f A. , 1 D L V. "
COllNMEAL-Steady; fin. white .n .1
$110. nomlnaJ. In "elector "5:. Ji2l,
nominal, f. o. h.. afl,f Ko 1 T,r.rt.rn
...vu:o imni orrset by a poor cih
.;.and. At . the cloa prlci. S
nfi advance; May closed at I1.21V- julv
?.la , . on elevator x
rt basis; No. 2. 6o, nominal, f. a b
ehl,- 'l"'a ww without transaotlon!
l"g He to JVC nt hlaher; My cloi
I Julv. 7tc: Hpt4inoer. 7Ho. Ra
Llil, S0.375 ba; shipments, $.900 hu
it' Snt market quiet; .Tt-f,i jfi to
ll nominal; natural white, 26 to 32
i t i "t'--. clipped white. 34 to 41 lbs..
rrxju' Il't... bu.: shipments.
1 l!.AiS.ulw': i'm 1. IMIHtl
1HKS-Kay; Central America. 2:o; Bo-
" a f ; V w" -'-"'t''
, ' .W,!Ka Firm: hemlock firsts. 2r
f i JI n'1"- !f: U'irUs, 2i2.-.c; re
jected. IVK'le .
i nV.,S,VS-Me P',k- tirm at SW50;
' "'lly, l-'fi.OVfi.fi.M; short dears. $24 Ma .'7 10
f'J"mL """. lltMltW; family. $17.00
1 Cut ir.ast.
fnim "e'ues. 1" 111 1 Ilia.. XUOIIirt
(1.VW. tkle, 1 h,.r,i. Jitnn Lard. atr..
wet.s mime.' fisr.313 35. Refined.
' - . c.Miiineni. Jn.m: .South
America. ,t .,ir,;Und. I9.JW9.71
hZi.vvV': r,,y hp-
: state, full r. ... un . :. ".. , .V
lTSflllo; fancy, 17Vc; good to prime, IBV4
fjlhie; current make, beet, ln't.'jj lic; com
mon to fair, 13(ilrc; aklma, 13Uie.
RICK gulet; domestic. JVitl'f'c.
Pl'TTKK-Steady ; creamery specials,
21 H.i Ma.
f.CH ir Vneettled; western first, 27i?i27Ho;
see.ihds, 2H'tf2Hc; refrla-erators, 23.'nHc.
POl'LTRY Alive, steHdy; western chick
ens. WuWnr; fowls. 20c; turkeys, 14ro.
Ir"ed, firm; western chlekena, litjl7c;
fowls. Il'jliy; turkeys. 22C(i.
WKATIIER 1! TUB IIRAIX BELT
For Nebraska, Geaerallr Fair Frldari
with Teanperatare Rlalaa;.
OMAHA. Feb. 24, 1910.
The cold ware has continued eastward,
and has reached the Atlantic coast elates,
and decidedly colder weather prevails east
of the Alleahenles this morning;. Tempera
tures are much lower throughout the south,
and In the west gulf states. A very marked
rise In temperature la ahown In the lake
region, upper Mississippi and Missouri val
leys, but the weather Is still very cold In
the extreme upper valleys and Canadian
provinces. 4 slight but general rise In
temperature has occurred throughout the
entire western portion. Rains were general
In the lower MiKHlsslppl valley and south
ern states within the last twenty-four
nours, ana continue m tne south Atlantic
states this morning. The weather la gen
erally fair in the central valleys and
throughout the southwest. It la unsettled
In the extreme northwest and on the Pa
cific coast. The temperature will continue
to rise slowly In this vicinity tonight and
Friday, with probably partly oloudy
1H10. 1SW 1W 1907
Minimum temperature.... 08 23 85 26
Precipitation 00 T .01 .001
uiiiial temperature for today, 28 degrees. I
i'.xcih in precipitation since March 1,
1 .( f .pt... ev corresponding period In 1909.
4. 63 inches.
. ,. . .,C). corresponding period In 190S,
8.29 Inchea. U. A. WELSH,
St. l.oals General Market.
ST. lriS. Feb. 24,-WHF.AT-Flrm:
Ira. k, No. 2 red. 1 . 24 Si 1 .20; No. 2 hard, I
11.12(il.K.. Close: Futures, higher; May,
$1. 1.1 V 1.1.1V. July. 21.04V4. I
COUN Higher: track. No. 2, 61Hc; No. 2
white, 6'ic. Close: Futures, higher; May, I
WS,o; July. G7Vu7.c. !
OATSFIrm; track. No. 2, 4t)Hc: No. 2
white, 4Sii'(i4!'c. Close: Futures, higher;
May, 47c; July. 44'c.
KVK Nominal. f0y-c.
FLOUR V'nchanned ; red winter patents,
fl.BOrC.CO; extra fancy and straight. Jo.OOff
S.r.O; hard winter clrsr. J1R.Vfi4.20.
p F 10 1 ) Tlmol h V. g3.eOa3.S0.
HllAN Weaker; sacked, east track, 11.16
HA V Steaii; timothy, lirKOOHTlg-SO; prai
HEMP TWIN K 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork. higher; Jobblnir.
$2-!.7S. Lard. unchnnKed; prime steam, $12.70
T.'12 F Pry salt meats, hlcrher; boxed extra
shorts. $13.7.r: clear ribs. 313.75; short clears,
$14 0". Racon, ljluhrr; boxed extra shorts.
$1B 00; clenr ribs, $15.00; short clears. $15.2.).
Pt)lLTUY firm; chickens, l.v.fcc; sprlntrs,
ISc; turkeys. 21c; ducks. 19Vic; geese, 12c.
P.CTTEIl Steadv; creamery. 2tV831c.
FflOS Steady. 24c.
Receipts and shipments of flour and grain
fete as follows: Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bblsv, - 8.100 1B.900
Wheat, bu , 21.0W) 106.000 I
Corn, bu -. 51.200 158.900
Oata, bu 48,400 131.000
Available Sappllea of Grain.
NEW YORK. Fell. 24.Spoclal cable and
toltgraphid communications received by
Bradsireefs show the following changes In
uvallable supplies, as compared -with the
previous account.,. Available supplies:
Wheat, United States, east of Rockies,
decreased 814.0(10 bu.; Canada, Increased 334,-
000 bu.; total, United States and Canada,
decreased 473,000 bu.; afloat for and In Eu
rope, decreased 6O0.OO0 bu.: total American
and European, decreased 1,079,000 bu.
Corn. United States and Canada, In
creased 3.011,000 bu:
Oats, United States and Canada, increased
364.000 bu. ....
The leading decreases and Increases re
ported this week follow:- ,-
Drcroas.-s: Omaha, 186.000., bu.: Port
Huron. 150,000 bu.; St. 'John, 143.000 bu.;
Portland, Me.. 130,000 bu.;- Goderich, 73.000
bu.; Minneapolis private elevators, 60,000
bu. ; Chicago private elevator,, 50.000 bu,
Increases: Manitoba. 264000 bu.; Colllng
WQod, 9S.5O0 bu.; Kingston, 74.000 bu.
1 ' . . . i: , - - '"''' 'n.iyi.-
Kansas City Grain, and Provisions, v
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 24-VHEAT ln
thanncd; No. 2 lvard, $1.0W1.13: No. I. $1.0T
ihl.10; No. 2 red, $1.20(fl.24; No. 3. $l.lfti
1.22; May. H.OSHWl.OSH: July. 1.00H1 .00.
CORN Unchanged to He hlnhtr: No. 2
mixed. 81c: No. S. 59c: No. 2 white.. K
2Ho: No. 3, ei'BtnVic; May, 64Hc; July, tM
16Hc. ' : k
OATS unchn need; No. 2 white, wilvtct
No. I mixed, 4oty4hc. ,
RYE 72 i 73c.
HA Y Unchanged; chole ' timothy, $14.00
eJM. 50; choh-e prairie, $U.2C5I1.60; choice
alfalfa $17. OOtfTIS.00. , ..
BUTTER I'nchanned; creamery extras,
tic; firsts, 27c; seconds, 25c; paoking stock,
F.QOft Unchanged; current receipts, 24o.
Receipts and shipments of grain were as
follows: Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu.. 55,0no 46.000
Corn, bu 61.000 63.000
Oats, bu 3,000 10,000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 24-WHEAT-Mav,
11.13V. July, $1.18. Cash: No. 1 harj,
$1.14H1.16H; No. 1 northern. $l.l3H'5,l.rcH;
No. 2 northern, $1.11S1.1314; No. 3 north
ern $1 06fcrt.im.
FEED Flai closed at $2.1714.
CORN No. 3 yellow, iWVnWc.
OATS No. 8 white, 45V46Hc
RVE No. 1. 751i77Hc-
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $22.0022.50.
FLOUR First patents (In wood, f. o. b.
Minneapolis), $6.60i.70; second patents, $"..30
WW; first clears, $4.364.46; second clears,
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Peb. 24.-BUTTER
Steady; extra western creamery, S3o; extra
nearby prints, S4o.
EOtlS Firm, good demand; Pennsylvania
and other nearby firsts, free cases, 28c, at
mark; Pennsylvania and other nearby cur
rent receipts, In returnable cases, 27o, .at
mark; western firsts, free cases, 28c, at
mark; western current receipta, free cases,
23fl27o, at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
cohlee, 170: New York full creams, fair
o good,, lovvgno.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 24.-WHEAT Spot,
dull; No. 2 red western winter, no stock;
futures, firm; March 8a lHd; May, 7a lid:
July, 7s 9Hd.
CORN Spot. hew American mixed;
northern, quiet, 5a 6d, old American
mlx'd. ateady, 6s V4d; futures, dull; March,
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLFPO. O.. Feb. 24, fjKEl. Clover,
cash, $8.07H: March, $s.07U: April. $7.2H;
October, $6.96; prime old. $6.07V4. Timothy,
prime. $1.95; March, $1.95. Alslke, prime.
$7 66; March. $7.65.
Mllwankee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 24 WH BAT Mar
ket Ho lower; No. 1 northern. $1.1VU1 19; No.
I northern. $1 lHfi 1.16V4; May. $1.13T4J'51.11
OATS 47Hl47c. -
BARLEY Samples, 6SH4I7IC
PEORIA. Feb. 24.-CORN Ixwer; No. I
white, COc; No. 1 yellow, 90o; No. 8 yellow,
69c; No. $. 6c; No. 4. 67c; no grade, 6254c.
OATS Easy; standard, 47Hw: No. 8 white,
Ilalalh Grain Market.
DULUTH. Feb. 24. WHEAT-May, $1.1314;
July. $1.1.1HU.13H; No. 1 ngrthern, Il.ltVi;
No. 2 northern, $1.12V. - r
NEW YORK, Feb. 24. METALS Stand
ard copper was dull todav. Iicnl dealers
quote l.ak copper at $13.629X3 flH: eleo
trolvtlo, $13 25((I3.50; casting. $ISOai3.25.
London market stead v-spot. 59 Tm 6.1: fu
tures C60 5a. Till easy; spot, $t2.80.SS If,;
1 o?idoi market was easv and lower- spot.
JIM and futuies flU 7s 6d. Iad firm; spot
4.P'ii4.7fl. London market closed hiaher 12
ua ?d. Spelter firm: spot, $6 5r.d7 06; London
unchanged at 123 2s 6d. The English Iron
maiket was unchanged at 51s lHd for
Cleveland warrants. Local market un
changed. ST. LOUIS. Feb. 24 M ETA I. R Lead,
rotnlnal; $140. Spelter, nominal; $r. 35.
Ol la and Roaln.
..IV tiITY' F'- U OIL-Credlt bal
??i t;aVM0:. TV:' 187 6 1"-: average.
erV9,94,.6"bV)i,:n'n""- ", 0 bbl" : 'V'
.? PL " i,,.4,7..l'VL'.: "I'lPmenl.. 80 bbla ;
Hit; wv"$l; M- n.SVoVjAvJ:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market it Sail and Volume of
VALUES ADVANCE SLIGHTLY
leatkera Railroad (iroia Adraaece
oa Ramor of Merger of Sereral
Properties Boade Arc
NEW YORK. Feb. 23 Healings In stocks
today were scarcely larger than yesterday.
The thinness of the market was aa marked
on the selling side as on the buylnaj side
and It required but a small absorption to
lift prices. The timidity of the bears Is
aggravated bv such a demonstration as
that of last week In Reading and that of
today In the) southern group of railroad
Today's movement lacked authoritative
explanation. A supposition naturally arose
that some financial project was working
out designed to change the relation be
tween these properties, already very close
by reason of the control of Louisville
Nashville held by the Atlantlo Coast line
and a mutual control of other properties
held by Louisville A Nashville and South
ern Railway. Until the movement In these
stocks stimulated some vitality In the rest
of the market It was practically lifeless.
An early attempt to depress prices met
with little success, and this as much as
any definite news of conditions, prompted
the later upward movement. The quieting
down of affairs In Philadelphia was ac
cented as good news.
The abstract of the reports to the comp
troller of the currency of the national
banks of the country on January 31 showed
the loan expansion alnoe the November 16
report well distributed, the New York
banks being responsible for less than $1S
OuO.OuO of the $oO,716,Si aggregate Increase
for that period. The stock market liquida
tion effected In that interval explatna this
relative showing. In the yearly comparison,
however, there Is shown an Increase since
February 6 last of $SX8.736.(7 In the loan
account of the natlona: banks, the cash
reserves having shrunk in the same time
over $27,000,000. The credit condition Is, In
consequence, still considerably extended, In
spite of the substantial deflation which
has occurred In the stock market.
Bonds were steady. Dealers reported an
Improved demand for bonds. Total sales,,
par value, $2,692,000. United Statea 2, 3s
coupon and 4s advanced H per cent on call.
Number of sales and principal quotations
on atocKS too ay were
Amalftamatftd. -Coppsr .....
A marten Agricultural ....
Am. Beet Sugar
Am. Cm, pfd
Am. C. a F
Am. utt.m Oil
Am. II. a L. pfd
Am. If Securities
American lxcomtlv ....
Am. 8. A R
Am. 8. R. pM
Am. uxar Refining
Am. T. A T..,
Am. Totiacro pfd
Anaconda -Mlnlag .Co......
Atlantic Coaet Line
tlaltlmer,' Olilo. .....,. .
Bnl. Ohio pfd
Beth'., hem gteel
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Iatlier pfd
Central of New Jersey
Cheeapeake & Ohio
Chlr&KO A Alton
Chicago Ot. W., new
Chlcato A N. W
C. M. ft 9t. P
C, C. C. ft St. L, ,,.
Colorado r. ft I
Colorado A Southern
Colo, ft So. I t pfd
Colo, ft 80. Sd pfd
Delaware ft Hudson
Denver ft Rio Orande
I). ft R. O pfd
Brie let pfd
Brie td pfd
General Blectrle '.
Qreat Northern pfd
IlUnnl, Central :
Int. Met. pfd
Internailonal Harvester ..
int. Marine pfd
International . Paper
Sales. High. Low. Cloae.
1.600 T7V4 TSt 7T4
100 47 47 4
r"o ss i; 31
4l 17 J 77
00 ! 6-H
200 l'4j S94 Wt
I'D &14) 134 K4
o irvi 16 ir
fKi il (0 504
1.100 4H 82 li M
1X 12H 12.' 12A
U.JOO 14.1 1404 141
1(10 HIV, W
8T I'M 37
4.0 Hy, Vr 6014
.0 )16 1KV4 ITfji.,
t.onO 1X1 lOdV, lt.J4
J. 700 1113V4 110 1M
1,6"0 lltVt 1114 11-
400 S04 tS 10
1H.400 74 734
r.n0 1824 W 1
1.100 40V, 40 40V4
4,700 34 H UV4 MVi
400 114 II H 31 14
1.300 1S74 I5P 15714
1,400 14e4 14Vk 144
8X 80 l 7V4
1.101 39 V !V4
1,300 & 13 644
2.4O0 146V4 1444, 1454
WO Ut 18V4 1H
700 41 Vi 41 41V4
100 7DV4 71 7tVi
300 34 31 82H
3.H) 0'4 2v, t'4
l.aiO 4614 46V4 46 '4
.2.6.XI 13ST4 134 1.1'4
4110 (94 tV 69V4
, A. .' 142V,
1.000 124 . lltt
4,100 6(l4 M &
1,100 6 87V4 8S4
. 400 II Vk 11V4 1044
K) MV4 87 38V4
4.100 16 J V, 15 . 166
100 43V4 4!V4 42 V,
71 10V 71
400 434 43 V 434
TOO 81 11 Vi" 814
. 6,304 m4 1S1V4 1-1H
700 4F.i 46 464
700 101H ltVi 10'
200 7 794 79V4
1,100 134 '4 131 134
100 32 U M
, l.t'iO 1!UT4 133V4 1334
WK III14 H014 UV
, 1,900 ino4 r p'4
800 43V4 4SV, 41
, 81,400 1704 1484 16U'4
. 1.1O0 19V4 384
8,600 60 41 4'4
200 . 87 . . 8 . 4
100 60 V, 60 60V4
100 . 144 2V4 V4
, t.200 117 lltH 1X4
. 19V4 28V4 29
1,400 4V4 6SV4 MV4
700 14V4 I84 84V4
loO 80V4 10V4 80
100 4IV4 44V4 43
t.eiO 1H4 135li 1"4
100 101 V4 101 v
409 44'4 44-4 44V,
71.700 41V4 TOH 81
1,J0 119'4 1194 1184
B.K) 4914 49 4114
. 1,400 W'4 644 651
100 114 4 UV
1,600 .47V4 4Vk 4144
400 48 47 V, 43V4
600 70V4 70V, si4
1,100 76 V4 74V4 I4V4
100 H WV4 104
100 61 61 4)04
100 102V4 102V4 101V4
Kaneai City Bo
K. C. So. pfd
Loulavllle ft 'N
Minn, ft St. L.
M St. P. ft 8. 8. M
M., . ft T
M.. K. ft T. pfd
National bead ..
N. R. R. of M. 1st pfd....
New York Central
N. T., O. A W
Norfolk ft Weetern
P.. C, C. St. L
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace car
Railway Steel Spring
Republic Steel pfd
Rook Ialand Oo
Rock Island Co. pfd
Bt .U ft 8. F. Id pfd
St. Louis B. W
81. L. 8. W. pfd
Sloss-Shefnsld I. ft I
So. Railway pfd
Texas ft Pacific
T., St L. ft W
T.. St. U ft W. pfd..
Union Pacific pfd
U. 8. Realtj
U. 8. Rubber
U. 8. Steel
V. . Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ...
Wea. em Maryland etfs.,..
Weetlnghouse Kleetrle ...
Wheeling ft L. I
Am. Sleel Foundry
United Dry Goods
Total sales for the day. 431,7011 shares.
London Stork Market.
LONDON. Feb. 24. American securities
opened a fraction higher today. A fair
amount of buying continued during the
first hour and, although a slight sagging
occurred, the market at noon was ateady
with prleea ranging from unchanged to Vi
higher than yesterday's New York closing
London closing stocks:
Consols, money 114 Loulsrflls ft N 1M
. .. aiVM., ft, a 1 4
... IS1 N. Y. Central IS
... lOt Norfolk W 104
...111' do pfd II
...!''' Onurlo ft W 4S'i
Baltimore ft Ohio lis Peniisyiranla 6H
Canadian Pacific lilt Rand Mines v
Cheeapeake ft O el Heading 17
Chicago o. W Iiv, Southern Ry It
Chi., Mil. A St. P.
tenner ft Rio (1...
do 1st pfd
do id pfd
.lev ao pra ff
. iiv Southern Pacific l!t
, 4iw Union Pacific U14
. J"4 do pfd 1M
. "U. 8. Bteel C'H
. li so pr4 ill
. I Wet-ash 22
. k du P(d 48
.144 Spanleh s liu
SILVEK-liar. steady at 24d per ounce.
MONEY ljj 1V4 Per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills ia 1V3 6-16 per cent; for
three montha' bills. 16-16o2 per cent.
Boston Stoeka and Bonds.
BOSTON, Feb. 24. Closing quotations on
stocks were aa follows:
Amal. Copper ..
A X U A ..
Arlsona Cvaa. .
B C. C. A O....
B. A C. C. A S.
6lMlaaal Copper ..
..... T Mrhawk ,
lO Nevedtt Con
1 Nlprnslng Mlnsa
9 North butts ....
19 North Laks
M.. 17 Old Dominion ..
Cal. A Arlsana 70 Parotl 8. A C-
Cal. A Hi
Copper Range C. C.
tuu Batte O. M...
U iint Con
Oivene Cananea ..
Isle 9107a Is Copper..
La Salle Copper
. 14 Shaanoa
. 71 Superior
. Suprtw A B. M ...
. 18 Superior A P. C...
. 9 Tamarack
. uU S. C. O
. 9V. I. R. A M
. do pfd ,
, 94l'tah Ooa
. 11 Wolverine
WAKHINQTON, Feb. 24-The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows: Trust funds
Onld coin, ltno.471 Dfi9; sliver dollars. S4M.
C9.'i0; silver dollars of lv'.. 1 S.S4 tmo. silver
rrtlfloat. s outstanding, $4.4,014). Oenai-al
fund Standard silver dollars in tieacral
fund. l6.llg.S92; current liabilities, fwt.ro fwt;
working balance In treasury offices. $i'0.i;0..
41S; in banks to credit of treasurer ef the
United States. $35W.M7; subsidiary silver
coin, 121. (36. 8-31; minor eoln. ll.l'W.fKl; total
balance In general fund, $so.75,(Ul.
New Tork Mesey Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 14 MONET On ell,
easy, at t$2 per cent; ruling rate, f"4
per cent; closing bid. 2 '4 per cent; offeied
at 1 per cent. Time loans, yery dull and
steady; sixty days. 1V4j per cent; ninety
daya, IV433 per cent; sis months, 3Vti4
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4VW2K
per cent. '
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at M.W.g
4 40 for sixty-day bills and at $4 .11676 for
demand; commercial bills, $41'i'rf4 4V
SILVER Rar, 52c; Mexican dollars. 44c.
PONDS' Government, strong; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. 8. rf. Is. reg
V. 8. as. rr(
V. 8 4a, reg
Allls-Chsl. 1st is.
...10H4 fnl. M. M. 4s...
...10 H Japan 4a J.
..vn de 4vs
...lleK. C. 80. 1st ft...
...114 I,. 8. db. 4 1DS1.
.. .1H U ft N. unl. 4s...,
... M. K. ft T. let 4s.
Am. Ag. m l"i't di gen. 44s
Am. T. ft T. rr. 4S..104H Mo. Psclfle 4s
Am. Tobacco 4s HV'N R. R. of M. 4 Ha Hll
edo HN. T. C. g. VS
SArmour ft CO. 4Ws.. Mi do dsb. 4s tt
Atchison gen. 4s. lflOtaN. T . N. H, ft H.
do CT. 4s
...!l4) ev. Cs 1M4
..117VN ft W. 1st 0. 4S...IW
.. rM do cv. 4s t
..eeiNo. Pacific 4s 1014,.
. . M do Ss T4
.. rHO. 8. h. rfdg. 4s MH
.. MHPenn. ct ISas 191.... M'a
do ev. 5
At. C. L. 1st 4a
Bal. ft Ohio 4s.
do W. 8 US.
Brk. Tr. c. 4s.
('en. ot Oa. Is.
....!"' edo con. 4a 104
Cen. Lesthsr is ISViRsadtng gen
C. of N. J. g. 6a. St. L. ft 8. P. fg. 44
CKa. ft Ohio 4s....l04 do gen. 6s 11
edo ref. fjs 104 St. L. 8. W. r. 4s.. 79
Chicago A A. 8a... T Mo M (old 4s 91
C B. 4. J. 4.... 9egboard A. V. 4a.. 11
do gen. 4a 94 8o. rae. col. 4s 49
C. M. ft B P. g 8s 17 do ev. 4s.. 100
C, R. I. ft P. c. 4s.. 11 do lit ref. 4s ffc
do rfg. 4 91 80 Railway 6a lo
Colo. Ind. 6a 81 do gen. 4s So
Colo. Mid. 4s " I'nlon Psclfle 4s 1014
C. A 8. r. ft e. 4. 984 do ev. 4s lit)
D. A H. cv. ts 101 eri i,t f 4. ,7
D. A R. O. 4s 9U. 8. Ruhher s 10.1
do ref 6s 94 V. 8 Sleet td M. Mf.
ntlllrs- 6a 73 Vs -Csro. Chem. 6s.. 98
Brie p. 1. 4s.... 8S Wsbeah 1st lis Ill
do gen. 4s. ...A.... 7S dr. 1st ft el. 4s. 71
do cr. 4a, ser. A... 78 Western Md. 4s 9
do series B 11 Wet. Eleo, cv. Is.... 99
eoen. Blec. cv. 6s. . .144 Wis. Central 4a :44i
111. On. 1st ref. 4. 99 Mo. Pac. ev. la ctrs. 96 14
Int. Met. 4e 81
Bid. Offered. '
Local Sec a rl ties.
QuotHtlons furnished by Samuel "Burns,
Jr., 614 New York Life building. Omaha:
k Bid. Aaksd.
City of Omsha 6s, 1911 10' S 1014
City of Omaha 444, 18-" 104V4 -&
Columbus, Nab., K. L. Sa, 1926........ VO
Cud.hr Packing Co. 3a 4Vb 100
Detroit U. R. e. a per cent notes, lU 99 Si
Brte R R. col. I per cent notes, 1911.. 100
(Jen. Rubber Co. c. per e. notes, 19.6 14
Ksnsaa City H wne Tel. ie, 1121 ,. II
Kanaaa City Stock Vardi 6a, lilt 100
Long Bell Lumber Co. s, 192J 99
Mass. Else. Co. 4 per cent notes, 17
Neb. Tel. 8tock, 1 per cent
North Platte Vallerlrrl. Co. la, 1910
Omaha Water CO. 6e. 1914 ,
Omaha Water Co. 6s. 1944
Omaha Water Co. M pfd
Omaha Oaa 6s, 1917
Omaha B. L. P. 8a, 1131 ,
Omaha B. L,. ft P. pfd 6 par cent.....
Omaha St. Ry. 6a. 19 4
Omaha ft C. B. St. Rr. 6a. 1921
Omaha ft C. B. 8. Ry. pfd. 6 pr cent 14
Omaha ft C. B. 8t. Ry. com 16
Omaha ft C. B. Ry. ft B. pfd 84
8loux City Stock Yards, pfd, I per cent 90
Seattle 4a, 1920 104
Swift Relate e. 6 per cent notes. 1911 9'4
Union S. Y. Btoek, 80. Omaha, ex-dlr .,.
New York Miming; Stocks.
NEW YORK, Feb. 24.-Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
Alice 100 Ladrllle Con 1
Brunswick Con 6 ei.lttle chief 1
Com. Tunnel stock... 31 Mexican 190
do bends 18 Ontario 171
Con. Cal. ft Va 170 Ophlr 200
.... 76 Standard v...t CO
....16 Yellow Jackat 1J0 ,
Iron 8llver ...
Bank Clearing .y . ;.
OMAHA, Feb. 24. Bank, clearings for
today were $3,2fi2,fi5.37 and for the corre
sponding date last year $2,223,623.57.
OMAHA GE.1ERAL MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Proaoc leea Far.
; BlahecV by Bayers aadVViaoieMlers.
BUTTER-Creamery. .No. i,t,dellvered. to
the retail trade la 1-lb. cartons, 31c; No. 1,
In 60-lb. tubs, 80Vic; No. 2, In it-lb. cartons,
29c; In 00-10. tubs, Mar, packUig stock, solid
pack, 24c; common, 22c; fancy dairy, roll,
24c; common, 19c. Market changes every
CHEESE Twin. , UHc; young America,
18Vc; Daisy cheese, 19c; Llmberger, - lSftc;.
brick, 'c; domeitic block Swiss, 19c; Im
ported Swiss, 30c. '
POULTRY" Dressed: Broilers" $5 a dog.;
for storage, Itl; for fredh springs, 17o;
hens, 17c;, cocks, 11c; ducks, 19c; geese,
15o; turkeys, 26e; pigeons, per' dog., $1.20;
Homer squabs, M per do.; fancy tquabs.'
13 80 per dug.. No. 1. 13.00 per dog. Alive!
Broilers, under 2Va lbs., 17o; springs, 13c;
hens, 13c; cocks, 11c; ducks, full feathered,
ISc; seese, full feathered, lie; turkeys,
2uc; guinea fowls, 13 per Cos.; plgeona,
6I10 pfr dos.
FISH (all froxenl Hernng, tic; salmon,
lie; pickerel, 9c, ahlteflsh, 10c; pike, 10c;
trout, 13c; catfish, I7e; large orapples, InA
18c; smelts, 15c; Spanish mackerel, 18c; ell,
Uc: haddock. 13c: flounders, lio.
OYSTERS BelecU, small cans, 26c; large,
46c; gallon, 11. So; New York counts, small.
i:c; large, 45u; gallon, 1L95; standards,
small, 22c; large. Duo; gallou. 1 $1.3o; extra
large standards. 11.40.
UEEr CU'ia-Rlba, No. 1, ' ififcc; No. a
12a; No. t. 84v Lorn, Nu. 1. nidc; No.
livsc; No. 3, f'ne. CUuck, No. 1,1c; No. ,
4o, No. 2, U'irC. Round. No. L c. bin. I
:4c; No. a. lo. '.ate. o. 1. Hio; IMa I
ic; No . 4V,o.
FRUITS-Strawberrles: Florida, per qt,
ttuU.50. Oranges; California Navels.. tO-ii-113-126
sizes, per box. t.! &wfi2.75; Iu0-200-2U
200 alz.'S, per box, IVI.tal. Lemons: Una
fancy l.lmonet la, 300-BW) sixes, 40.00; choice
Lotna, 3uO-2t sisei, par uox, 14W; 240-40
sizes. 50c per box ltrsV Bananas: Fmcy
select, per bunch, ll.V5a2.uu; Jumbo
bunch, t2.7&&r'.7n. Peats: California
li. taster, 12.60. ' Orapes: .Imported
Malagas, per., keg, tfi.OOijo oit. Grape i.'ruit:
Florida, 54-64-80 sisen, 14W. Tangarlnes
Florida, 12i-144-lC6 slxea, per Oox 12.20.
Apples: Jonathan arid Urluies Golden, per
bbl., lo.OO; Ben Davis, per obi., $0 4004.00,
Genllr.ii, per bbl., 14.00; Wlnesapa. per
bbl., 14 60; Uan-i, per bbl., 14 00; Ne.v Tork
Haldtvlns, Kusretx and t4p, per bbi 44. OO;
L'aiifoi nia W. W. pearmalns, per box, 12 00
62.25; Colorado Jonathans, per box,. 12; ex
tra fancy Colorado Jonathans, per box
t2.n0; extra fancy Colorado R. Beauties, per
box. 12.00; extra fancy Colorado W'lnesap
per box, $2.25. Cranberries: Jeisey, winter
stock, per bbl., 16.50. Dates: Anchor bra-id
new, 30-I b. pkga in box, per box, iz.ou.'
Figs: California, 60 pkgs., 5c alee, 20 pkgs
In hox. 12.0U; 12 pkgs., lOo sise, gOe.
VEGETABLES Irlsn Polaturs: Vlscon
sin and native, per bu.. Sue; Colorado, per
bu., 70c. Sweet Potatoes: Kansas, per bbl,
J.'.OO. Cauliflower: California, 14 to no lieacia.'
per cratti, $2.25. Rutabagas. Canada, per
lb., l'Ac Cabbage: V isionsm. Holland
teed, ptr lb.. 2'c. Celerv. California, per
12-lb. bunch, 80c. Onions: Red, per lb., 2'4o
yellow. In sacks, per lb.. ;; v. lilt, per lit '
!S4i3c. Spanish Oi.li.ns: Per crate, $1.59. Old
Vegetables: I'arkoipet, carrots, beets, lur.
nips. In sacka. per lb. 2c. Garlic: Extra
fancy, white, per lb., 10c; red. (ir lb tlu.
New Southern 'egetables-Turnlps: per
dog. bunches, 50c. Carrots: per don,
bunches, 50c; Shallolts: Per doz. bunches,
00c. Parsley: Per dos. bunches? too. Beets:
Per dog. benches. 60c. Huinacti; X'er btt
11.00. Egg Plant: Fancy Florida, dog., SI 60
V2.00. Tur.iatoes: Fancy r'loilda or Cuba
per -bsk crate, It Oojo .00. 8. ring and Wax
Deans: Per hamper, $5.006.00. Cucum
bers: Hot houte, per doz , $1.753 00. Home
Grown Vegetables Radishes: Extra fancy
southern, per dozen bunches, 60c. Lot.
tuce: Extra fancy leaf, pei ds.. 4tc; hrad
lettuce In hampers, 13.0oti0.90. Parsley;
Fancy home groa. per doa. bunches, 40c.
UISCEILANEOClWCldar: New York
pe ' bbl.. IJTCj Honey: New, 24 frames.
$1.36. Horseradish: 2 dozen In case. $i.o.
Nalnuts: Black, per Id.. 2c; Calitorn.a
No. L per lb., 16o; California. No. J, aoft
per ib.. 12c. Hickorynuta: Large, pur lb,
J aniail, per lb., 6c. Cocoa nuts: Per sack.
$5.00; per dog., 65c.
Wool Market, '
BOSTON. Feb. 24.-WOOL-The custom
ary uiuwinter quietness relsms In the lo
cal wool market, only small lcta"are being
sold and the small mills are paying rates
which have obtained for montha. East
ern buyers are already In the west and
there have been some purchases of new
Arlzonaa at 21 centa. Bidding is aa ac
tive as ever In Utah and the "triangle."
In the latter 23,0 Is reported to have been
paid for choice. Kentucky, Indiana and
Missouri fleeces, three-eighths blood. iV
Sic; quarter blood 54jS6c. Today's fine U
months. 72J74o; fine six to eight months.
MH); fine fall, S0y2c. California Nortli
em. 27J5c; middle county, 2H0Cr-XaU free,
(Antic. Oregon -Eastern No. 1 sis pie, 74
if.lic; eastern clothing, -JtygTZc; valley No.
I. 67'n5oc. Territory fine staple. 7Vfl7c;
fine medium staple, "l.i(72e; fine clothing
ov-70i-; fine mwllum clothing. 4fTiibe; hnlf
blood, tkrftdoc; three-elg-htha Moo. VXQ'Cc;
oni-(uartrr Mood. B4r-,7c. Hulled extra,
72u7oc; fine AA, STftltx;; AA supers, SiaiiOo.
OMAHA LITE-STOCK MARKET
Beo'iipta of Cattle Yery Libertl for
TRADE IN HOGS SLOW AST) WEAK
Sheep sad ; LeVsw.w4 la Deaaaaal
Welaeadat's Adeaneesl rrleea,
Brerytklnc ielllac IX easily
at Carraol Flawrvs.
SOl'tH OMAHA. Feb. 24. 191a
Receipts weret Cattle. Hofs. Sheep
t'rrieiai Monday s T7rj (tm
Official Tuesday, ,. 6,04 t4
Official Wednesday 4.317 .
EstlmatyThursday ..... 4.S00 10.200
Tour days this wok..l9.!2 J1T14
Same days last week ... .17.047 44
Rame days 2 week ro..l..0R3 I'.ftO
m days t Weeks ao,. 1J Ml W 0fl6
Bame days 4 weeks asm,.lS.f14 17.11
Same dava last v- ..i.tl.7 26.BU0
The fnllowmit tabil allows the receipts of
rattle, hoars end sheep, at Month Omaha for
the year 10 date, coltipared with last year:
. 1910, 10. Inc. Deo.
Cattle iM ffii 144.81 10,148
Hog-a M ti 404.B04 46,287
Sheep lzS,J0 226.017 S.3M
ine lerrowinar taoie snows ine
Lprtce ot hogs. t South Omaha for the last
everal days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1M, lM.llsl.lS7.iOOll90.1104.
I Ml I M 4 $4
$ 75 !
I 15) 4 85
VII 4 Id
8 13 B Ml 4 6
t R2I i 5i 4 m
S2 t 96 4 74, t W
S3i 041 4 69. 6 23
e ( 0i 4 66 6 JO
Receipta and dlsposlllon of live stock at
tha Union Stock Yards. South Omah.a, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 8 o'clock
p. m., February 24:
Cattle. Hoa-s. Sheen. H'r's.
W., M. & at. F....i... 11
Wabash R. R. I
Mo. P. Ry.
tr. P. R. R. 62
C. A N. W. (east).. 10
C. ft N. W. (west)., to
C, St. P., M. O.. 29
C. B. & Q. i(lsI).... t
C, B. at' jQ. (wSt).... T
C, R. 1. ft P. (east)., f
C, li. 1. ft P. (west), i
Illinois Central Ry.. 7
Chicago Gt. Wentarn t
Total receipts' ....1
163 ... 16
- Cattle. Hogs. Sheen,
jmaha Packing Co. . ...
Swift and company ....
Cudahy Packing Co. ....
Armour ft Co.
Hchwartx-Boien Co. ....
W. B. Vanmnt Co
Hill ft Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston ft Co
J. B. Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hues
MoCreary ft C'afey
H. F. Hamilton :..
Mo. ft Kan. -Calf. Co..
Other buyers c
784 61$ 1.833
L1H2 1.811 m
fl 1.00 1,M
601 2,000 . 1x4
M07 1,381 " 4,392
CAT'iLE Rtlpts Ot cattle were lsrgn
this morning for a Thursday and as'buy
era all had quite a good many cattle on
hand the demand was not aa urgent as It
was yesterday, and tha day before. At tha
same time early advices from other market
points were not .at alj encouraging. Thus
It happened that the market was a little
slow and backward about, getting started.
This condition: was made more so by the
late arrival of biany. .of the trains. ,
Feeders were tl. .first cattle to sell.
The offerings of the desirable kinds of
fleshy steers Were .very moderate and buy
ers were not long In picking up everytning
of that description -at - good firm prices.
Medium grade of cattle were as a general
thing steady, .but common light atonkera
Were slow and lower, aa noted yaalarday.
It would be entirely safe to quota these
th'r. yearlings - as fully 107115c lower than
the early part; df . the week.
. When tha market on beef steers opened
It was vory apparent that the wire edge,
waa off and tjiat buyers were Maposed to
take advantage of 'the large receipts to
secure some eohceevslon from yesterday's
extremely high prices. Skill they wanted
the cattle and while the trade was alow
pretty much . everything had changed
hands before tn'd.lay. . it Is safe to say
that the bulk of the beef steers sold around
Cows snd heifers did not show quite so
much decline aa beef steers, but BU11 they
were -weak to as mUch aa 10c lower on
some kinds. .. 't '
Quotations on cattle: flood to choice
corn fed steer, ; $8,804:7.60; fail' .to good
cornfed steer!, $5.74.(0: common to fair
oornred steers, 14. 75; good to cnoice
cows and heifers, $6.00r$6.00; fair to good
oows and Helfefs, 14.a0fi5.00j common to
fair cows and heifers, $2.;&&4.90; good ts
choice stock rt And feeders, 4.756.00: fair
to good stockers an4) .feeders, $4.26(N.76;
oommon to fair stock Ire and feeders, 11 .25
S4.25; veal calves, $4 toa.; stock heifers,
13.0ott4.00; bulls, stag, ate. $S.2fc(g.10.
Rr presents tire sales!
Jo. A. rr.
I.... 110 8 98
1 mi a
17 lOI 40
l4t I U
1171 1 90
Ills) 1 M
.lint I as
t. 114 4 m
li lOat I 11
91 1194 4 90
14 18US 194
...liMI 6 10
. . . MS I 10
...1211 1 11
...11. 1 i m
... M 4 74
. 997 I 10
94 1 90
40 I 14M 1 0
I v 1
1 N 171a) I 10
1444 1 10
111 1 9a
IKS) ( U
1 1770 1 !
1480 1 M
STOCKUnS AND FEEDERS.
41 4 to ' 11 HI 4 9
411 4 H . 10 7 1 4 9
, W I 43 11 Ill t 10
90 4 IP 1 1 441
444 4 11 It Ill
HOGS The situation in tha hog yards
was doubly bearish at tho opening this
morning. Eajiern advices were- more or
less discouraging and a llbrraJ estimate at
this point gave promts of lower prices
all along tha line. Packers stayed out of
the alleys until well along In the morn
ing and when they finally did appear, oft.
ters ranged all the , way from a nickel to
a dime lower than yeeuvrday's general
trade. Very few load were aold on this
basis, however)-and It was some time be
fore enough bukUieasV had been don to af
ford a broad view of the market aa
whole. Shipping demand waa la trie ac
tive during first rounds, but the bulk of
outside orders called fur light hogs, about
iiiiorn or iwenir loses 01 light shipping
selling at quotably steady figures.
Aa the morning advanced It beoama ap
parent that salesmen would el 'her have to
accept the lower offers of "lock their
hogs up" till the morrow. As a result, sup
piles began to move at prleea just about
d toe lower than yeaatarday's averar. mavr
ket. Tops retorted is. 16, the aara aa yea
Repreaentatlve sle: ....
Bh. ,Fr. No. A h.
2 S::::::::liS It
'i "i nt
r it ... tt
T4 pi ... I 98
T4 ... 194
98 94T ... 19
a e 9 s
41 M ... IN
9 91 1 1 18
11 9aT e 9 M
in ... i
4 il ...
47 i.4 I 9 18
M Ml ... Ill
99 Ill ... 1 U
19 14i 40 I If.
14 944 ... 1 94
17 4 ... I 19
71 947 ... 17
84 ...944 ... 9 9
79 V.9S0 ...A 90
8 19 ... 18 90
II ... M
M M ... Ill
190 I 11
SHEEP Yesterday's live mutton trad
ended In a carnival of high prices. A good
portion ot tho receipts did not arrive until
v. ell along in the atternoon and at that
time packets made no secret of their
wants, but bought up everything quickly
at unevenly higner figures. Mexican yeai
llngs sold a high as is, 10, and native
ewea topped at $7.20. Both of these prices
ar the highest paid at this point In th
history of tha trade. Native limni
readied $20, which figure ts within loe
cf last May's record top, tft.35.
The same healthy tone featured today's
trade. Supply was again light and the
delayed arrival of several trains found
only four or five loads on hand tor first
rounds. Demand waa still urgent and pens
wre promptly cleared at good, ationg
prioea. Weetern yearlingrs sold on a her
with yesterday's top Mexicans, $8 25, snii
ewes changed hands al'$.W and $7.00.
There, was nothing of consequence received
early In the way of I am ha.
It la almost unnecessary to say that the
weeet'a trade thus far has "been highly fav
orable to sellers. Receipts have been lim
ited, and packers have been clamorous for
good kinds ot killers.' sheep, especially.
Finished grades of ewes, wethers and
yearling are easily Kc higher than last
wek'a clone, and hlgb-dresslng lambs ar
selling just about 15o higher than last Fri
day. 8uotatlons on sheep and lambs: ,
ood to choice iambs. IS loo 26; fair to
good lambs, $S.2,i4J86; culla, lambs. $S.HVi$
7.00; good ahearlng lambs, $7 65478.40:
straight feeding lambs. $7.1Rg7.fl8; good
Ight yearlings, $7.7643.26; good heavy year
lings, $7.aVtJ'7.76; fair yearlings, K8M77.26;
good to choice wethers, $o.U(iJ.60; fslr to
good wethers, $o.2fy&8.; good to choice
ewea, $H757.26; fair to good ewes, $.2&$
21 western lambs.
2 western ewea
i western ewea
m western yearlings.
a western yearlings..
S20 Mexican yearlings
141 Mexican . yearlings.
61 Mexican wethers..
222 western led lambs.
CHICAGO LIVE. . STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Hosts, Sheep anal Lamb Are
CHICAGO, Feb. 24,-CATTLK-Recelpts,
H OW head. Market steady. Steers, $5.00
810; cows, $460ij6.76; heifers, $4.00j. JO; bulls,
$4.60'(b.60: calves, ou10.X; stockers and
HOG 8 Receipts, 22,000 head. Market
steady. jLholce heavy, $9.fu.v.65; butchers,
$9.60$i9.65; tight mixed, $ af.fiH.M); choice
light, $9.46l).55; packing. $9 4i&8, 66; pigs.
$.0tva 26. Bulk of sales, $.607j.64.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
head. Market steady. Sheep, 18.15ai.b;
latubg, t7.oOfSll.36; yearlings. t7.8.M).
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market.""
-KANSAS CrTT. "Feb. 24.-CATTLE-R.
oelpts, $,000 head, Including 100 southerns.
Market steady to 10c lower; choice export
and drMsed beef steers, $.8rV7?7.50; fair to
good. lOSKKi 40; western steers, $.O0ig1.;
stockeri and feeders; $4.504.16; southern
steers, $4.71V$.75: southern oows. $2.50(56.60;
native cows, $2.7f8S.OO; native heirers, $4.00
(64.50; bulls, $4.00(96.50; calves, lfi.0t?7.00.
HOOS Receipts, 11.000 head. Market wis
steady to c lower; top, $8.60; bulk of sales,
$.16zr9.46; heavy, $9.40eS.50; paokera and
butchers. $8.25n.47H; light, $9.00(ii.8B; pigs,
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 8 fV
head.- Market IO47I60. higher; lambs, $8.00$
9 20; yearlings. $7.508.bo; wethers, a..t,(u,
7.40; -awes, $4,0047.00; stockers and feeders,
$4.6O9.00. ... ",. . -. t.f.
- St. Lonls, Live Stock Market. V
ST. LOUIS. Feb." 4.-CATTLn -Receipts,
1,800, Including 400 Texans. Market steadyi
native shipping ' and export steers, $7.8lHi
7.90; dressed beef and butcher steers, $.00ft
7.28; steers undea 1.000 lbs., $4.5(iW.8S; stock
ers and feeders, ia.40g6.36; cows and heif
ers. $3.7T(84t.60; canners $1.75'S810: bulls, $3.50
jj.5.75) calves. $8,260)10.80; Texas and I"dlsn
"'ri, $4.8ftff.56; cows and heifers, $3.25$
HOOS Receipts. 7.200 hes1. Market was
strong; pigs and lights, 17.SWJ9.40; packer,
0.43.9.86; butchers and best heavy, $9.80jJ)
SHEEP AND UMRR-Receipts. 800 heart
Native muttons. 14. TEST 26; lambs, $7-WTf
9. IS: culls and bucks, $4.50.7111.00; stocker.
St. Joae-ph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 24.-CATTt.E-R.
oelpts. 1.800 head; market steady: steer,
$4.(0lt7.ir; cows and heifers, $1.0fry.S6;
calves. $3.0039.50. .
HOGS - Receipts, 4.00Q head; market
staady to he lower; top, $9.60; bulk of sale,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,600
head; market steady; lambs, $4.6043.12. '
' Slonx City Live' Stock Market.
6IOUX CITT Feb. . 24.-Speclal TWa
gram.) CATTLE Receipt. -head; mar
ket slow and easier. y
HOGSReceipls, 4.200 head; msrt
slow and steady; range of . prices, . 19.xtf
.$6; bulk of sales, $j8.10vLW 20. y
Stock in SlgUt.
Re oelpts of live stock at tha six principal
western market yesterday:
Cattle. Hoars, SheTi,
South Omaha........ 4,800 10.900 $,to0
Bloux City. .' 200 - 4,200
Pt. Joseph I,r00 ,0ti0 1,500
Kansas City 1,000 11.000 6.0U0
St. Louis ..... 1,900 7 200 too
Chicago .11,000 22,000 10,000
14.700 50,600 $0,400
NEW TORK, Feb. K-eCOTTQN-Th
cotton market was strong, advancing sev
eral points at the Opening on good cabies.
There were many overnight selling" order
around last night's close, but these offer
Ings were easily absorbed by the covering
of recent sellers, and while fluctuations
after the call were narrow and somewhat
Irregular, the undertone seemed consd
etably steadier, owing to reports of a belter
European spot demand and rumors that
the concentrated long Interests In the local
market had been pretty well liquidated.
Futures opened steady. Mitch. 13.fSc;
May, 14.00c; July, IS 87c; August. 1J 4C;
September, 1255a; October," 12.35c; Novem
ber, 12.84c; Decenrber. 12.85c.
Futures closed steady. Closing bids: Feb
ruary, 1418c; March, 1418a; April. 14.1Tc:
May, 14.e; June, 14 J2r; Julv. 14 12c; Au
gust, 11.51c; September. 12 82c; October,
11 43c; November. 72 .Mo; December, II 4o.
Spot closed quiet at i) points higher;
mMilllne- uplands. It.tOe; middling gulf
H.8c. Sales. 900 balos. '
OALVESTO.V, Feb. 21-COTTON-Lowr;
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 24. COTTON
Spot, firm and unchanged; sale on the
spot, 1,400 bales; to arrive, 1,250 bales;
hedged cotton, 1.720 bales; low ordinary,
10 l$-lte. nominal; ordinary, 11 4 o, nomi
nal: good ordinary. U$-lc: strictly good
ordinary, I6H0; low middling, '14 l-14e;
strictly low middling, 14e; middling.
I4Vc; strictly middling, 14 18-18c; aood
middling. 16c; . strictly good middling.
16 8-)te: middling fair. 15 5-llc; middling
fair to fair. 15 ll-18c; fair, 18 l-18c. nomi
nal: receipt. (,611 bales; stock, 200,87$
' .taajar and Mslaaaea.
NEW YORK. Feb. 24 SUGAR Raw,
firm; Muscovado, 9 test, $.80c; cntrlfu-
Sal. tt test, 4 JOe; molaeses sugar, $9 test,
I5e; refined, steady; rut fonf 05c;
crushed, 1 9e;-- mnnld A. R.tOc; rob's.
$ 10c; powdered. 6 lie; granulated, t.2Sc;
diamond A, I loo; confectioners' A, 1.05c.
NOLASSESyulet; New Orleans, open
kattle, 114441c . 1 . ,
NEW YORK. Feb. 24.-COFFEE-Future
eloeed steady, pet unchanged to lc lower.
February and March, tSbc; April, 96o;
May, 7 05c; June, 7. Wo; July and August,
7 lie; Septembers October, November, De
cember and January, 7.14c. Sales, 8ft. 00O
hags, Bpot coffee, quiet; No. 7 Hlo, 80 ;
N.. 4 Santo. VW4c Mild, quiet; Cordova,
8!2l4e. . . x ,
. OMAHA, Feb. 24.-HA Y-Choloe Kansas,
$11 eO; No1. $! M; No. 1. $1100; coe-"'
$9 00; packing $7.00. Straw Wheat. $7 )
rye and oata. $8 00. Alfalfa, $18.00. Tha sup
ply of good hay is light and tn demand
CARLOAD RATE BEFORE COURT
Attorney! for Three Side View Pos
sible Situation with Alarm.
ELLIS SPEAKS FOR G07EKJTMENT
Ararae. rorwardl-ar Aaretaeles Mkowlsl
Have Itlckt to Receive Carlana
Rates from the) rlall
WASHINGTON. Feb. M.-Whatver way
the supreme tHwrt Of th United Plates de
cides tha case up for argument before It
today, Involving the right of -forwarding
agencies' t carload rates on Interstate
shipments of freight owned by Individual
shippers dire results will follow, If all that
the counsel In the three-cornered fight say
"W submit that the all-Important provi
sions of the act to regulat commerce will
be seriously Impaired If forwarding agents
Lare permitted to Intervene and control tha
less than carload portion of the railroad
"It la economically Inexpedient from th
public standpoint to develop a class of In
tercepting carriers in this country."
The two statements quoted wer those)
that counsel for the Delaware, Lacka
wapna A Vfestern Railroad company, the
Wabash Railroad company, tha New Tork,
Chicago A St. Louis Railroad company and
the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad company
wont Into court to substantiate.
"To say that they (Interstate railroads)
as publlo servants may create conditions
which make the business of assembling
goods In carload lots very profitable and
then restrict to themaelvee and those 'they
see fit to favor the right to participate in
profits thus obtained is equivalent to say
ing they may take advantage of their own
wrong." ' ! - ' . - .
That Is the way Wade It. Ellis, assistant
to the attorney general views the attempt
of the railroads north of the Ohio river
and east of the Mississippi to deny carload
rates to forwarding agencies. Mr. Ellis Is
participating In the case In defense of
the order Issued by the Interstate Com
mence commission in favor of the forward
"The result of prohibiting tha operation
of the forwarding companies would be to
eliminate the trade between the Paelflo
coast consumer and the middle western
Euch ia one prediction which counsel for
the American Forwarding company. Trans
continental Ffetght company and Rock
ford Manufacturers' and Shippers' associa
tion are making. ; ' I
The decision of the court Is not expected
for soma time.
Senator from Nebraska Has Remark
. able Effect oa the Senator
' from Georgia.' :
WASHINGTON, Feb. . 2S.-When VIca
President Sherman stepped up to Senator
Gordon ten or fifteen minutes, after the
latter had been called (o the chair this
afternoon, the senator handed ' over tha
gavel and with it a piece of paper on which
ha had been . writing . while pccupylng the
chair. On the paper appeared these lines:
I sat In th president's chair today,
When the senate was drowsy and thin,
And a nice young chap was prating away
Who had never had hair on his chin.
A bright little, fellow by name of Brown,
wno should ds
at home in his own little
Studying Ih some primitive Institution
The A B CI of tha great constitution.
I've been chased by the Yanks and have
suffered from sin.
And have writhed In my bed from terrible
If Uod forgives me for where I bava
I'll promts never to sit her again.
Senator Brown of Nebraska, who wa
speaking, la referred to In th poem.
D. E. THOMPSON SAYS THE
PANAMERIQAN IS HIS HOBBY
Oat of Politics and Into Transporta
tion Basin ess 1st Mexican
D. E. Thompsoniof Linooln, president of
thsx Pan-American Railroad company, pres
ident of tha Columbia Firs Insurance com
pany and former ambassador to Mexico,
waa In Omaha Thursday for a few hours.
"Tha Pan-American railroad is my hobby
at present," , said Mr. Thompson. "I'm out
of politics and through with politicians.
Mexico and my new railroad get consider
able of my attention at .present, although
I shall still maintain my Interest In Ne
braska." Mr. Thompson is the builder of the new
Pan-American railroad, He reports that
lb road is operating successfully and that
plans are now being oarrled on to build an,
extension. Ha will return to Mexico Tues
day. .. . .
WILLIAM' N. SMITH IS DEAD
Former Superintendent of the Wil
low Springs Distillery
William Nelson Smith, long a well known
eltlgen of Omaha, died Thursday morning
at an early hour, aged 74. Death cam at
the home of his daughter, . Mrs. - O. F.
Epeneter, 60$ North Fortieth street.
. Mr. Smith came to Omaha in 1888. as su
perintendent of the Willow Springs distil
lery, a position . he occupied for mora than
fifteen years. He was born in Knox
county, Tennessee, February 15, 1826, and
crossed the plains In tha early 60s, going
to California, wiier lie spent everal year
in the gold mines. ' ,
A short time ago, returning to some of
the old mining camps for a visit, he bad
the unusual pleasure ot renewing friend
ships of his early days after a laps of
fifty years, there being a number of tha
early corners still on the ground.
Be (ore coming to Omaha,. Mr. Smith op
erated large distilleries in. 'Cincinnati,
Loulsvllls, Peoria, Dee Moines and Ne.
Two daughters and a son surviv biro,
Mr. Q. F. Epeneter, Ilssel C. Smith and
Sidney M. Smith, court reporter In district
Interment will be at Ferest Lawn. 8e
vices at th residence $ p. m. Saturday.
HefU.d .., AHv.e... '
NEW YORK, Feb. 24.-A1I grades of re
fined sugar were advanced 10 cents per 100
1ulu.u mday. . . ,
Herbert LGooch Co,
Eroittrs ail Dealers-
aaAxsr, rBOTrnors, toox&
Omaha OffVeei ai K. TT. Ufa ldg. .
all elapboae Donglaa 81
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