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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912.
OFFERED FOR RENT
ACREAGE FOB SALE.
K? acre, one-halt mil west of Ralatoa,
of a mil from car lln; fair bouM;
Hood barna: a dandy, feed yard proposi
tion. Prtc. Cu par acra,
2 arras, mostly all In orchard, fin
bearing and standard artaUea of fruit,
good Improvement! and practically new.
f you want an Ideal auburbaa homo lo
cation here It la. tee ua (or prtc and
im r ,
4 acres, about on mil outside of the
city limita of South Omaha, Iroprove
nienU not extra, but Bice piece ot land,
pric. tin per acra,
1 acre, about 1 mile writ of Benson;
rood Improvements: considerable fruit.
This Is aa exceptionally ales place and
is a real bargain at toe price. KM.
W hare) too other tracts, both Im
proved and unimproved, that are food
O'XEIL REAL ESTATE &
IHf rarnam Bt., Omaha.
'Phones Tyler lOSt, Independent A-Jn;
(12 N. J4th St.. South Omaha.
rhoiias South IK, Indtpendest F-U31
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT-J3I acres of the best land
In northwest Missouri, all plow land: will
rent tor S rears, cash rent: teams and
toot It wanted. Rout X Box 9, Graham.
Thousands of peopl nas
found tho home they were
looking for among tba real
estate ads an The tea want
ad page. Th nom you
ui to sell can be dispose
of quickly at cost ot ealy a
few cenu through ale want
REAIi ESTATE LOAINS
OMArJA Property and aiebraaka Lands.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
Mew Omaha Mali bank Building.
WANTED City loan Peters Trust Co.
CITT LOANS. Bemu-CaiiUrs,
SIO-U Brandeis Theater.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Fernam Smith Co.. tat rarnam St
.MONEY to loan on business r reai
denc properties, ILtfjo to louo.uoo. W. H.
VHOMAb, Ml First Natl Bank Bide
I1W to Uo.naj made promptly. F. U
Waxta. Wead Dldg., lstb and Farnara.
LOANS Farms and city property. 1.
H. Dumont A Son. 104 Farnam t.
FARM St A KICK LANDS FOR f ALM
FOR SALE Oolc Tal'ey farm Is
tracts of It t M acres, within 1 to J
miles from th towns along the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway In Central British
Columbia. Also Bkena v alley Fruit
Farm in l-acr tract, tend for free
booklet Call or writ B. Meyel, District
Male A ci I. su raxtew auag., ui
WU1 buy for anyone British Coium
lia Farm Land en uncompleted Oraad
Trunk without commisaloa xceDtlnx aer
cent of profits. Larg returns car
tain. Frank Giawford, Ua iiomar i creel.
anoouvei , er Oman.
1X."T WAIT I TEARS.
BUT CALIFORNIA fULL-BEARINO
MONET BACK IF NOT VATTRPTED.
M cash nad IN per month buy era
sure with full beating fruit trees la the
lamous Bldwsll orchards at Cblco, Cat.
rayment laeiua interest an taxes
Your amy back If not saturied upoa
Investigation. Th Bid well orchard are
th most noted and productive in the
vtoiuiariui Bacramanto vsirey of Califor
nia. It's our oonridenc Iff this land
that prompts this fencroua offer. We're
peaches, prunes, almonds, apricots and
Harnett pears. Buyers' railroad fares.
not exceeding M. will be credited on
purchase prtoe. Land adjoins th thrlv-
ma to wa i cnico (le.nn poo.). (Refer
eiicee: Any bank of Chloo. American
National Bank of Ban Francisco and
hirst National Bank of Ban Landro.
end tor raluabl isformauen and faeta
Bldwell Orchards, Inc., Chlco. CaU
C aloe do.
FOR 8AI.E- A. deeded. Irrt rated
iana, Horftn co., voio.: i a. oroae;
rmles from R. K. Address, Owner, M M.
m t ptTnng. col.
Land open for homestead entry, which
have been In pasture for th last twenty
five years: all nlc and smooth, and mod
water from at to 40 feet. Now la your
time te ret a horn. Th locating fee Is
iiw (or isu acres or tan lor K sores.
MAINE LAND COMPANY.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by th
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM - ATLAX
Lands adapted to th widest rank f
crops. All the money crape of the south
luentiruny produce, ror literature treat
ln with this coining eountrr. Its sail,
climate, church and acauot advantages.
W. H. LEA AT. DEPT. K.
General Paaernter A feat,
THE aaaiest way t tiad a buyer tot
your tnrm Is to insert a small wast ad
In th Dea Molnea Capital. Larawst cir
culation In the atate of low, 4.v daily.
Th Capital la read by and bettered Ta
by th stand patters f Iowa, wh simply
ictus to permit any other paper In their
homea Rate, 1 cent a word a day: U.8
per I In per month: count all ordinary
words ta th Ua. Address IM Mainaa
Capital, Des Molnea, la.
FOR iAI-E I quarter wheat land,
mostly broke; 44 miles from main 11ns
noes uiana; revei, witnout oiematn.
boutharn Kansas: tK.tCu, C F. Dtedericn,
owner, Campbell, Neb., It. R. wo. a
TWO lolnlnk laVacre homestead relln-
qulahmants, center at Irri rated tract, close
to town, law each. Address swner. uox
lO. Valise. Mont.
CMC wUl buy tn aaflt Ms-acr home
stead is Nsbraska; partly improved,
writ swaer, c at. Hoflmaa, kilmballi
BIOUERT SNAP IN NEBRASKA.
lea-acra Ira proved farm, located M miles
west of Columbus, d and I miles from
two food towns: S acre alfalfa: 1st
acre la cultivation, balance pasture: all
th vary best of deep Mack soil; a-room
house; barn for horses; barn for it
cows; cur ac rib, sraaary, chlckea house,
hoa house and cood slsed hok pasture.
This farm Is quite rolHns, but first class
and la aa food a locality as there Is In
eastera Nebraska no sandl; ail fenced.
Prtc for ulck sale U! M. with cash,
balance lone time. This Is tba blskeet
snap la the stale. When can you look at
it? Must to at one, a. u. wait at ca,
1" Be Bld.. Omaha.
FARM bargaia near oaaana; aosaasslea
ivea. Oria . Msrrill, 1111 City Natl
-Bl!aUKL WHEAT LAND. HUH
We has far al over ID. Oh) acre at
Cbeyeasje county, Nebraska's ehotcast
farm land, what th crop yields for U
years, ueladtnc 111 and BU, areras
with the beat la th state. Alfalfa as
a leading crop. Better solL water end
climate cannot be found, write for tail
Information today. Aceota wanted every
waer. FtNDINOSLAND INVESTMENT CO.
HOEPTILAD an) aerea rich farm ku
for liii. fllind feea and aiL No sand hula.
J. A. Tracy. Kuabail. Neb.
MOST beautiful -scra farm wlthla
twlv mile of Omaha poer office. 8ea
m Monday. Wm. Nelson. IS Psxtoa Blk.
IN THE BIO HORN BASIN
71 acra irri sated land. 14 mils from
aiarkee, t mile fracn Basin. All under
ciutlvausa and ditched. Plenty of water.
le acre la alfalfa, young orchard, piaoa
ell feacad. t-reen house, barn (or I head
iiorses, sheds, etc. uood vrett.
TEHMS-If sold befor March ML
per acre, H.n cash, balance easy pay
ment at per cent- mausr caaa pay
ment It desired. Further taforsoatioa
cheerfully (iraa. Addrsas Boa in, Wt-
SALE 1st acre unrated land
ar rt(ht and wail Improved
with aoad wat
two mile trees county seat. 6 per acre
easy terms. Address P. O. Boa lis. Tor
all sew th ountry a re
MBSIny Baa want ada every
day and anapstas up ery ,
Rata iu coats per word
ft raa aaly aa ttm. 1 Bar
war a: raa two s
time sun i uiltl i eiy.
writ aa mau yowr ad
today I Heal Kstata depart-
aaeat ec Ta ua
Now, while people are look
ing for .mora conilortable
quarters, is the time to ad
vertise your rooms for rent.
Rates lc per word where the
ad runs two or more times.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARM CHEAP.
ISO acre, improved located 7 miles
west of Belgrade and I mile esst of
Ylolbacn. cotn good towns in Nance
county. All th very best ot deep black
soil, 3i acres In alfalfa, 1TJ a ores in cul
tivation, oaiance pasture. lenoed and
cross-fenced; t-room house, barn for I
horaea, cow barn for 13 cows, corn crib.
granary, chicken house, hog house and
hoc pasture. This Is a rolilna farm, bur
first class snd In on of the beet locali
ties In eastern Nebraska. Price tu.:o.
Mortgaga 3,tu0 running I to 7 years at
Per cent interest, equity rs.wu. Want
good clean city property, cheap ranch or
clean Mds. stock for equity, property
must be clesr and priced right. Act
quick. Address Box 478, Omaha,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Sharp Recovery in Prices Puzzling'
to Wheat Traders.
WIATHEE DOESKT. FAYOS C0K5
Heavy Profit TaklaaT Lately by
Leadlag LoagT Uaa Left Market
la Safe Caadltlaa Task
Sept!rH0l CHI 4s
May.Jl SSi56( IIS ES-:HI I 96 I
July. Ktil I ct aitl w
s s ,e is iv-si a is
I handls irada everywhere. If rou want
results write or call bean, 117 Bee. D IWi.
FOR EXCHANGE-Good cheap akri-
oultural land; also Uv-arr rrllnqueh
menta; a townsite and an eastern Ne
braska farm. W. It. Tarr. Room 1. Con
9 acres Lska Co- Oregon, land tor va
cant lot In Omaha. Bea A-Bt.
WANTED TO KENT
WANTED to rent March L araln or
dairy farm, this state. NO to SM) scree,
on shares; I to S-year lease; no sand or
reams land Write today. A. Neilaen.
am n. tierraltaxs avenue. Chicago, iil
WANTED lO BCV
WANTEVD To bur drug store outfit:
also lc cream, soda fountain; about to
open up a small drug store. Address
Smlthwtck Lumber Co., ftmlthwlrk, 8. D.
WANTEl-To buy old broken watch.
I. Nathan, iw n. utn ei.
M-bsad good, Kltsar. 1CM Center. D. Mtt.
Wanted to borrow.
WANTED-&.M) at I pur cent: first
mortgad on property worth I10.0W; In
come of H.0W a year will b assigned It
eairea. Adores x xd, us.
BUNDLE and family washing wanted.
RIMPECTABLB middle-aged lady de-
slrea situation In small family as house
keeper, or take ear ot children. Tele
phone Douglas V9D.
ALL-AKOCND butcher, married man-
best of referenoee, wants steady Job; any
part or. Meoraaxa: no ooossr. Address
Bo n, Hldnsy, Neb;
WANTED-Posltlon aa credit manacer
by young man. thoroughly experienced.
and can make good; salary tsa per
month, utdk box, , umana, Men,
HITt'ATED wanted by an experienced
laundress, by the day. Addrsas Laundress,
A a, care Bee.
HANDY, all-round mechanic married.
wants work: good tinner, nine fitlsr.
locksmith, painter: can do any kind of
mechanical repairing; nav good refer
ence. L, Ml. tf.
MACHINIST and Inventor wants model
and experimental work for private party
or corporatloni references exchanged. M
Allainslohende Frsu. 10 iahr. deulsch
and engllech sprachs. aiwht stelle aia
haushaitenn bat aueinatenennea nerra la
bassarer Lebenstellung. Address
WATCHMAKER Foeitlon wanted by
married man, age ; tweiv years' ex
perience as watchmaker and aalesman;
raferenca from areeent amploye and
band It required; open for position March
1. Address r. at. Kama, u N. llroaaway
Oklahoma City, Okl.
WOMAN wants day work. Harney 6109.
TOUNO lady, experienced, wants posi
tion in privet family or as chamber.
maid in nrst-ciaaa boim. lbji, noom i.
WA8HINU and Ironing dona. T.. H. sua
Fii st--laar. prac Kal nur- . H esie. A-iit.
Curtalna laundered, uuaranteeu. w. sua,
COLORED woman desire position as
dishwasher. Webster 2ti.
Be want ads will sell fur-,
allure, pianos, stoves, type
writers, sawing machines,
musical Instruments, bicy
cles, eta. at a cost of ouly
a few cent. Don't delay;
EUROPE In comfort: select and limited
party aaillng June U via Mediterranean:
eighth season. Misa ..ana n. Hose.
Council BluffA la., 117 Willow Are.
PRIVATELY conducted eastern toura
for young women during the eummer
months: limited number; select, ror
particulars call Miss E. M. U., MS City
Net i Bank.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
ahio vouf stock to South Omaha. Aava
aweage ana aurinaage. xour eonsiga
menu receive prompt and careful attau-
Mv Stack CaaaaaLaatra Jlereaaata,
By en Bre. A Co. Strong and rsaponslbl
OMAHA. February K. IMS.
Wheat traders were more mixed on the
trend ot th market owing to the sharp
recovery In values durins: the latter bart
of last week. Leaders In the northwest
were more poeillv that their receipts
would decrease from now on. and the
trade In general Is looklnir forward to a
very bullish report on reserves by the
government March report.
mere is also th probability or more or
less croD damage news in store for the
next tew weeks and bulls will undoubtedly
be very aggressive on the buying side at
neather condltlone over the corn belt
are anything but favorable to the mar-
aetin.' ot corn. Heavy profit taking
lately by leading longs has left the mar
ket In a safe position. The cash demand
from the south and east is still active.
rarm reserve stocks sre very low and
vauies should climb steadily hlitlier.
Sentiment In wheat was mora bullish as
the advance from recent declines has been
well sustained. Traders are inclined to
look for- better prices. Cash wheat was
1 he action of the corn market was dls-
sppointlng in face of the rouKh weal her
all over the belt. There was nothing sig
nificant in th day trading. Cash corn
l'rimary wheat receipts were 72.000
bushels and shipments were ZtViM bush
els, against receipts last year of .!
bunheis snd shipments ot 1!.ujw bushels.
. Primary corn receipts were l.KB.Od
bushels snd shipments were WO. 000 bush
els, akalnat recelpta last year ot Ol.ttiO
bushela and shipments of HOOu bushels.
Clearances wer HUM bushels ot coin,
none of oats and wtloat and flour equal
to tsl.ooo bushels.
Liverpool closed 'id to id higher on
wheat and td higher to tat lower ou
The following tain sale wer reported:
WHEAT No, i bard, 4 oar at Mc, 1
car at Wc: No. I hard, 1 car at Wc.
CORN-No. I white, 1 car at !': Ne,
4 whit. 4 car at Bid. 1 car at teUu: No.
I color, 1 car at io. I car at llttc: No.
4 color, 1 car at Bte; No. I yellow, cart
at attic; No. 4 yellow, I car at WW, I car
at Mc, I cars at 6TV. 1 car at 17c, I
cars at otitic 1 car at Utir, I car at He;
No. 1 mixed, II cars, at llUc; I car at lie;
No. 4 mixed, 1 car at UStc, I cars at
Wc, t car at i7Hc, 4 car at lie I cars at
Mttc, I cars at Wc; no grade, I car at
sue, 1 car at Mc, I ear at Mc, I cars at
MHs, 4 cars at Mc, I car at Mc; I car at
OATS-Standard, 1 car at tic; No. I
white. I care at lie, 7 car at 4o"c; No,
4 white, I cars at Mc; 1 car at 4ic; 1
car at OV: No. I yellow. 1 car at a4c;
no. 4 yenow, x can at esvic; ao grade, 1
car at 4iev.
Oaaaha Caaa rmn.
WHEAT-No. I herd, WWtftl.vS; No. i
nam, wictjii.w; no. e hard, uttjwc
CORN-No. I white. l61i4; No. 4
white, lsj7r: N0. ) color, MVifetUKc;
No. I yellow, sirKilMc: No. 4 yetluw, 19
He: No. I, tltttUtc;. No. 4, letlnaVtu; ao
OATS No. S white, linr,lic; standard.
tHti6lc; No. I white, Wyoalo; No. 4
white, 4ViWic: No. t yellow, MtMc;
No. 4 yellow, rjtt9tc.
BARLEV Malting, Stctfll M: No, 1
feed. 7&tj)a; heavier feed, fttwftc
RYE-No. S, 110; No. I, aUttJlc.
' 'Wheat. Corn. Ostt
CHICAGO GRAIN ANtJ PROV1SIO.M
Prlres aa Hoard l Trad.
CHICAfK). Feb. Pi.-Heavy etocks of
wheat pulled down prices today and
attain each successive advance was met
by Increased selling. Ths close wbb ateaur
but etl'o to a tower than Maturday.
Among wneat speculators the decisive
factor ot tna day appeared to be the
slowness with which snippers and millers
maae an impreaeiou on the United mates
visible supply. The total allowed that the
la il i ntf on ror the week amounted to
much less tnaa at the corresponding
time a year ago. In thla connection
special nolle was given tha tart that
the store on hand in Minneapolis had
exnibited an actual Increas ot IX.aiti
bushels tor two days aa against a baok-
set of IkJ.wo for the same period last
year. Further reason lor selling was
found In th plentiful snow throughout
the winter wheal crop belt. . Efforts to
lift th wheat market to any material sk
lent failed outright and resulted in re
actions to a lower level. During tha ses
sion May fluctuated between H.OvH and
fl.w'i. with th close tarfco duwa at
Although bsd weather mad corn ad
vance at the outset, weakness ensued on
account of a big Incroaes In th visible
supply. May ranged from tto to 9te,
closing easy at feXrttWs, a loss of tec to
io trom Saturday night. Cash grades
were depressed. No. 1 yellow waa quoted
The leading futures closeq a follows:
Artlclei Open. I limn. I Low. i'luae. 8at'y.
Wheal, I I
aiay.il ww i
Sept. I 4l MHi
Corn I I
stay., in ss-zo to so
1 'l f)'4,f 1 00U,
it in-, u m
I 07l ffiHOSl
WOOD BROS., U4 Excnsnga Bklg.
Ureat Weat Cora. Co.. Omaha A Denver.
W. R. SMITH A SON just handle sheep.
TAOO BROeV bsnui cattle, bogs, sheep.
Clay, ftohinsoa a .o.. aw t-a. nance Bid.
Interstate Co. Better resulta. Ship to ua.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. ta Kxenaage Bklg
L. E. ROBERTS Co.. ta Each, rudg
Cox A Jones Com Co.. bunch of huatler.
Farmers U A Cue. Co.. AT Each. Bidg.
Desoait weceaue at ahivmanu la Stack
Tarda Nat l Bank. Only bank at yard.
Mania Braa. A La, M-i aucb. BMa,
OMAHA THE CHAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO- grain merchant.
Ceaulgaawnu sol'clt. ua Braadsta,
NOTlCst OF BTOCalHOLDERS' MEET-
1NO Nouc la hereby given that th
regular annual meeting ot th stock
holder of th South Piau Land Com
pear will be held at tha offjo of aid
company at Llacola. Ne-, at U e dock
a ta, th sixth day at March. A. D,
C. H. MORRILL, PraatdeaL
A. a MINOR. Becretarr.
Ltacela, Ne, February a. 11A
The annual meet in at th stockholders
of Th Bee Pool tailing company will be
held at la company a office la tha Be
building. Omaha, Neb., at 4 'dock p. m,
Monday. March 4. nil. for tb election
board ot directors for th enauiaa
year and for th transact km of such other
wstaes aa as, proper iy enna oeture
bv oror ox tn sreeiaent.
rtd-JM, H. P. nui teeretary.
PROPOBAL8-r. H. DEPARTMENT OF
Akhculture, Office of th Secretary.
Wanhlnaton. D. C. February la.
Sealed proposals will be received at tha
office or the Disbursing Clerk until I p m.
March 11, ll;. for furnishing to th For
est Sarvlc two thousand flva hundred
tMOOl canvas seed drying sheets made
according to apeclflcatlona. Delivery of
ton sheets to be made from Omaha,
Neb.; Kansas City, Mo.; Denver, Colo., or
Pueblo, Colo.; delivery of Sou sheets to be
msde from Salt I.ake City. Utah: Okden.
Utah, or Boise. Idsho. Full Information
furnished upoa application to th Die-'
bursinc Clerk. Bids must be sealed and
addressed to th Secretary of Agriculture
in acrurdanr with Instructions given on
proposal blanks. JAMES WILMON. Rerre
tery. FTd it
I he American Kirieri
Til Rojil Hall Stui Pickil Ci.
Especially attractive tour of
BAM ADOS TaUaTTBAS
For Particulars Writ to
Baaderaoa A Son, 0a. Agwaba,
It So. La Ball at, Chicago.
Or Aay Staaunahlp Agency.
th quotat ions were aa follows:
FliOl'R Steady: winter patents, 14 99
5.; winter atraighta. ls.Hsrt.90: spring
patents. VTtjt spring straights, KjK
tit.;; baiters, Hots..
KYE-.No. A pjc.
BARLEV Feed or mixing. S5fKc: fair
to choice malting. IL1W1.2S
tKrJi-Tiraothy, tu.uuvlt.w. ciover,
PHDVISIONB-Pork, mess, new. 1S.S7:
old. 15.i;- I Aid (in tierces), te.Su. Short
ribs llooeei. ks.37.
Total clearance ot wheat and flour
were equal to HUM bu. Primary receipts
were 7aU bu.. compared with 4TMM bu.
the corresponding day a year ago. The
vlsioie supply ot wheat in the United
States decreased SHOW) bu. tor th week.
The amount ot breadstuff fur ocean
passaico decreased W.UU bu.
ritlmated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 71 cars: corn, Kl can; oats, 191
cars; hogs, M.4M head.
ChirsKo cash Prices Wheat : No, t
red. KrV-tjll.vV-t: No. I red, istfsmc; No.
1 bard. ll.oO'.ril.ot; No. I hard, sscpll w;
No, 1 northern. tl.Wjflll; No. I north
ern, fl.tatti.lv; No. I northern. Il.tKfjI vI;
No. 1 spring. l.(fl 0; No. I spring. VKIt
SI.U3; No. 4 spring, swcgtl ut; velvet chaft.
nncullot; durum, Mcoei.ek. Corn: No. J,
ltraMec: No, I white. ltiSc; No. 4.
!1tHsC: No. 4 white, D44Iitsr; No. 4
yellow, SPtroW. Osts: No. 1 ilStfdc:
No, t white, WMiWtic: No, A eylc;
No. i white, Hio-olSc; No, I white, titf
&lc: rtaniiard, btefcrfec.
RTE No. S. 90c. Barley. IOcel.lB.
Timothy seed, tll.Wtfnt.5U. Clover seed,
BUTl'ER Firm; creamerie, 232lc;
EOU9 eiteady: receipts, 4.f7t canes; at
mark, case Included. HQiNc; ordinary
firsla. tStoKc: firsts, 4c.
CHEErtE Steady: daisies, lTHtfmtc;
twlna, l,8n7c; young Americana, KtJ
171c: long horns. lifctflTHe,
POTATOES Firm; receipts, I5S csr:
Wisconsin. H OMrl.lO: Michigan aid Min
neapolis. tt.OMil.ia -
POUttTRT-rirm: turseys, live, ljc;
dressed, lie; chkkens, live, lie; dressed.
lc: springs, live, itc; aressea, lie.
V ilali otesay, ivi'c.
KEW YORK UEXKRAL MARKET
wattia at th Day aa VarUa
NEW YORK. Feb. K.-FUOUR-Oulet:
spring patents. tj.lOaS.i",; winter slraighta,
RSN14.3I: winter Dlent. It.lotrt.: soring
oleara I4.1Mi4.4I: Kansas stralahte. 14.M
44.115. Rye flour, steady; fair to good, Hai
04.w; cnoic to tancy. u.inv.a. Buck
wheat flour, quiet: R90.
t ukn w r.A l vteafly; tine while ana
yellow, ll.eotil.7a: coarse. U.lobLai: kiln
KYE-Vuiet; No. I, l7o r. I. f., Buffalo,
BARLKT teady: maltln. Il.lafll.t2.
0. I. f., Buffalo.
WIIEAT-Bnot market eaav: No. ! red.
11.01, elevator, export baals. and II 48, t.
h. afloat: No. 1 northern Dultith.
tl WH. f. o. b. afloat. Future market
was steady at the start, but eased off
during th day under liquidation due to
oontlnued liberal receipt and larg sup
piles, closing 1st) He net lower. tay,
11.04 S-lfrl.0t 11-it, closed at tl.M: July
closed at l.0lY Receipts, bu.;
inipmenta, ta, bu.
CORN Spot market easy; No, i,
It'ic .elevator, domestlo baela, and export,
ltc, t. o. b. afloat. Future market waa
quiet without trans actions. Receipts, 17,
171 bu.; shipments, 208.177 bu.
OATS Spot market steady. Future
market waa nominal. Receipts, 71,171 bu.
HAY-Steady; prime, II. It; No. I, tl.W
Xl.; No. 1. II llajl.): No. A H 05.
HIDES Steaily; Central Araerloa, tntc;
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, ltd)
37r: seconds. IttlMe.
PROVIMIONS-Pork, steady; men. I17.S
017.SO; famllv. ru.e0ftUl.S0; short clears,
li; 00818.60. Beef, sleady; mess. 113 now
13 W; family. la.tiofUII; beef hams, K7.90
2U50. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies.
II to 14 pounds. WOO: pickled hams. III 00.
Lard, steady; middle west prime, IVIra
I.N; refined, quiet; continent. 11.30; South
America, 110.10; compound. t.i7Stf!.lftv
TAL1XJW Dull; prime city, hhda,
MOD: sperlal. MM; country. te.i6fM.3t.
BL'TTEH Firm: creamery atwclala. Me:
extras, 2"V: flrata 4tiac: prooeas sp.
clals, I"Hti'e; extras, ate; firsts, atcjatto;
I'llKKAia Firm: skims. nMlltUc.
KGOS t'nsetlisd: fresh gathered ex
tra 9tsI7c; first, sMi eeconua. Mo; west
ern gathered whites, Kdt!7c.
POULTRV Dressed, steady; weetern
chickens. USMillc: fuwla UMlIc: tur-
St. Laal oeaeral Market.
ST. IX1UIS. Mo.. Feb. . WHFAT
Cash, firm; track, No. i red, ILOUfjUOH;
No. I hard, II Oltfl W.
CORN Higher: track, no. a, shic: n.
I while, 4titlic
OATS-Highar; track, no. 3, w. No.
I white, WSc.
Clnslng price of lturea:
WHEAT Weak; May, Wc; July, Ua.
CORN Weak; May. WkVnvc: July.
imth stay, wc; juiy, utic
FLOUR Hteady: red wlnler patent e.
tl.Wl4.90: extra fancy and straights, IXIw
tft ; hard wlnler Clears, X3.iu tt.
IX I ItN M KA I-l..
BRAN Quiet; sacked, east track, 11.10.
HAY-Steady; timothy. lUcl'S.W. prai
PROVISIONS Pork. unchanged; Job
bing, 111.. Lard, unchanged; prim eteam.
tK.47ltvrs.Kl, Dry salt meata, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts, M: clear ribs, ts.S;
short clear. H.4iV. Bacon, unchanged:
boxed, extra shorts, W.tt; clear nba, .,
short clears, IS.KlVk.
POULTRY Steady; chickens. UVc:
springs. Uc; turkeys, Mc; ducks, 14c;
HL'TTER Firm; BBOc.
EGOS Weak; r,c
Receipt a Shipments.
Flour, bbls. t.m l.fwo
Wheat, bu R 17,ono
Corn, bu 7I.0M ll.oto
Oats, bu lOt.Ouo KvW
Kaaaaa City Orala sat lvlsloas.
KANSAS CITT. Feb. M. WHEAT
fash, unchanged; No. I hard. Wtell 07;
No. t, 7cttW; No. I red, MiVrttrisjCi No.
COAN Unchanged: No. t mixed, Vf
Vic: No. J, 43autc; No. I white, sV4
47c: No. A Hc.
Cloeing prtcee of future:
WHEAT May, Nfeo bid; July, Mellc,
CORN Mar. L,We: July, o, seller.
OATS Unchanged; No. i white, elutMa,
No. I mixed, awaiaic
HAY-Steady; choice timothy, 19.404)
0 SOr: choice prairie. ULVtuuVOt.
BUTTER Creamery, Ptc; firsts, Me;
seconds, 23c: packing lock. Use.
EGOS Extras. kJOJUSvc; firs la, ndfteHc;
Mconds, Zlc. I
Wheat, bu , t4.lt
Corn, bu 221.au K.0W
Oats, bu so.OO - ll.vw
Mverpaol Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. st-WHKAT Boot,
steedy: No. I Manitoba. IslSd; No. I
Manitoba, as 4d. Futures, steady; March,
;srd: May. 7s4Hd: July. Is 4Ud.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed,
new. Used; American mixed, old. Is lid;
American mixed, new alia dried. Is ntjd.
Futures, steady; March, is Ukd: May.
FLOUR winter patents. 7 at.
HOPS la London. Pacific coast, HID
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Steady to Strong',
with Feeder Steady.
HOGS FULLY 1X5 CX5TS HIGHER
keep aad La as be Opra Tea ta Flf-
teea Ceata Hlaher aa Fair Re
celpts, bat t lose a Llt
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. X 1112,
Receipts were. Cati-e. aoa-s. bbeea.
Estimate Mbnday .... 2.900 2.HX) 1.609
t'am day last week... I.M If A lt.&tl
8ama day I weeks ago 4 S4 II SH IJH
Same day I week ago tiv ZXi W.1M
Sam day 4 weeks ago MTt I0.MI 7.S4
Sam day last year ... LUi .UI AITI
Th following table HufWs th receipts
f cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
tor in year to date as compared with
li Ml. Inc. Dec.
fattl kiui i7u.ua a.;)
Hoga :. 2S3.
Sheep 30.728 1US1
Tb following table show ths rang t
prices paid for hoga at South Omnia tor
th last Isw days, with comparisons:
Data 1 1U- lll It'lo lino, lwa.i iiV7iiw
Fsbl is 1 1 en
Feb. M.llr'i! I!
r eo. zi. t ecs I
Feb. B II at It
Feb. a. I 1 u, s Mi a mi Il Ui u
Feb. 24.1 I Sew I I t 111 4 ; 4 OS
e en. aki i is is i i im ,
Feb. K. e I l a u a U I Mi I M
l I Ml I 03 4 101 I III
I I W I 111 I 1 I 4 7!. I M
7 oil I bi 1 4 oil I M i i:
T 01 I S) I M! I 17 I UI I K
V u.. m ia m I ,,i I b
Receipts aial disposition of tlve stork
at th Union stock yards for th twenty
four hours ending at I a, a, yesterday:
cattle. Hogs. Sheep, li r a
C, M. A St, P 1
Union Paclfle In
C. dt N. W., east., a)
C. N. W.. Wsat..
C, St. P., M. t u
C, B. A Q., eaat., ,.
C a A weat .. tl
'.. R 1. A P., east 1
Illinois Central ..... I
O. G. W I
Total receipts ... lio II II I
Cattle. Uogs. Shsep.
ymws racning t..o. .,, iw
HwKt and Company..,, rrt
Cudahy Parking Ca.. 5M
Armour A Co 177
Mohwaru A Co.
Kenton, Vanaant A L.. II
Hill A Son la
F. B. Lewis ,
Huston A C 117
J. B. Root A Co Ml
i- Bulla II
L. F. Husa
l. won in
Mcfreary A Kellogg.. I
Werthelmer A Degen.. Vt
Mo. 4b Kan. fait Co..., I
Cltne a, Chrlatl
Other buysr til m
Totals .loll 17M M4
CATTIJS-Owlnc te th severe snow
storm train wer very late la arriving
at th yerda thla morning and receipt! or
oattl wer correspondingly light. Still
there wer reports that thsr wer quite
a good many cattle back and before the
cioea ot th day there was a fair showing
f stock la th yard.
Owing to th late arrival at train men
tioned above ther wer hardly enough
oattl I sight tn mak a market when
th usual Urn for th trad to open ar
rived. Parker seemed to want a few
good killer and aa a rul bought the
mors dee Table kinds quite freely, paying
prior thct were steady to a little
etrottger. Her and ther It was possible
to find a salesman wh thought that he
got a little better prices than at last
week's close. There ws nothing very
choice in sight to maks much of a tup
on the market.
Cows and halter commanded price
ranging anywhere from steady to a little
stronger than last week and th bulk of
th arrivals changed hands In very fatr
seaeon In th marnlng. " ,' '
As usual when a sever storm la raging
th demand for feeding cattle was not
overly brisk, aa speculators wer net In
clined to load up wtlh caul during tha
siorm -an country aemana was very
light. The best feeding steer commanded
about steady price, but th market was
a alow on on tna best grade and com
mon and Inferior stuff waa not only slow.
but ths tendency a liltl easier, owing to
in tact mat ao ana waa looking for that
Uuolatlon en cattle: deed I ehotc
beef steers. M.KHy7.71; fair to good beef
steers, fe.iawa.io; eommoa to fair beer
steers, H.Ktal.71: good to Choice heifers.
..tt4.;s; good to choice cow, KlMra.
fair to good cows, K0utt.a; common to
fair oesa, B.7in.0, good te choice
stookers and feeders. It axrlK; fair to
good Blockers and feeders. !4.7&eeS.:
common to fair Blockers and feeders, H do
h.i: sines: aeirera, ai.sutpi.it; veal
calves, I1.SMJTB; buUa, stags, mc, U.7U9
Hi. v. rr. Ma ' Av. IV.
I Wt I M Mel t H
I ii t as t m a
it m I m m la
I M 1 II net I il
and lambs wer relatively large, a coa
iderabie number showing up from near
by feeding stations. The run waa vari
ously estimated early from 4.000 head to
over 1U.UM head, but prospects of the full
quota arriving In time for even the clos
ing market, were decidedly slim. Nstur
ally, packers took aa unusual degree of
Interest ia first offerings, bovine, readily
at figures about hrilo higher, 'l'nese ad
vancea were shown ia both brancnes of
the fat stork trade, but after the more
urgent orders wer filled, the demand
weakened and a good part, it not s i, of
th Improvement vanished; law aalea rul
ing Just about steady.
Business In lambs was featured by move
ment ot extra good westerns at 44-40,
medium to common classes selling from
lew on down th list. The rang In
value amounted to about II av, th same
Sheep trade consisted mainly ft ewe
sales, toppy fed western ewes bringing as
much as tMO. Aside from some uoeveit
nesa at the advance, th general situa
tion presented no very Interesting pha
aa wethere and yearlings wera saaaonabiy
scarce. One string or alttacllv year
llnss sold arly at K,.-M. but th wether
market wss practically barren.
Ther was nothing doing in feeder, an
absence of thin stock in receipts and a
stack country , demand being the two
leading trails feature. Ijiat week's buy,
It will be noted, did not exceed Loot head.
Quotation on Sheep and Lambs l.amus.
good to choice, le H'ti.a0; lambs, fair to
good, ti.atiti.10: yearlings, good to choice,
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
XooMvelt't Announcement Regarded
Unfavorably by Street
OGLISH STRIKE HAS INFLUENCE
Market's Maveaaeats D arias Early
Part at teaaUa Retarded by Paevst
btllty at Advene DeclsUa
- la Readies Case.
NEW YORK. Feb. K-Two factor
stood out most prominently la eon section
with the reactionary tuna ot today
stock market. These were Colonel Roose
velt's letter and the coal strike situation
in England. Th financial district waa
hardly surprised at ths ex-president's
announcement, but seemed disposed to
pi ace an unfavorable construction upon
It. though a short tint ago It was sup
posed to regard his poeaible caudidacy
Kith no little favor.
Ourmg the early part of the session the
market's movements were retarded -by
the possibility of an adverse decision by
the United htates supreme court in tha
long-delayed Heading coal case. Ground
for further discouragement was found
In the atatemente of the wester rsil-
nul -a . u r .1,, rn,,rtri Marions in
vv.a. ,ir ... so. e,.nr tcrruniion to traffic during the last week
I.U0; wethers, good to choke. tl.li.U. hv r.;n r ,,. ..v.r. ii-. I nrfer
wethers, fsir to good. tx4(t.u: ewes.
good to choice, t'stH-lO; owes, fair to
jS led ewea
1 fed ewe
Km fed ew.e
9 fed lambs
S4 led yeai lings ,
27 ted wethers ...
11 led surra
4 ted ewea
I fed IKI, culls .
It led ewis .......
il fed wethers
10 led lambs
ia fed Ismhs, culla
IM) fed lambs
61 red lambs
71 fed wethers ...
7 led ewes ...l...
So fed lam ba
tHICAUO LIVE STOCK it tRKsTT
Dwaaaad far t'attl gtrvas llegs
Active etheep Sleady.
CH1CA0O, Fab. N.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. IV W0 head. Markst strong; beeves,
M-Jk. Texas steers, WtjS.,6; west,
rn steers, It.tOtrr.OO; stackers and feed
era. Uwn4.ll; cow and beifars. U.1IU
4.60; calves, flta7.st.
HOOB-Kecelpta. 47.0W head. Market
actlv at lo up; llkht, K.io4.: mixed,
hi heavy, o6ilii. rough. m.itm
U; Pigs, KA.00; bulk of sale.
HHEKP AND LAMBS-Iteee Dls. SLAM
hesd. Market steady; native, U.JUq 4.S0;
weetern, la iatM at; yrarUngs. Ka4.7i.
Lambs: Native. H.40tiiMal: western. u.:lm
.... iu t as
1st I as
... M III
MS I M
Hi I tl
.... M ee
....IM I ie
....loo t 1
..M) I B
...lias I at
....IU I a)
...nil i at
...law t B)
... SM la
...mi t at
...UU I 04
...mi i is
...lew I a
...1114 t H
...ua I a
...tin t a
. Me t it
..tea 4 Te
. .lue 4 ft
..ma 4 si
..ISM I IS
. IM 1 1
rung it twrnn rutet an- ra i
A.1U ' t.lMAFl
Jmmm 2S u '"'
r. v. TMtsea. Asm
isnea euuaa. Asm il
rfetli oiev. Asm BY
nrsl Clssa, 171 M
l a. a. oh.'vbu an, ia west aiesie at
- curate, IIL, er ear M ease.
PEORIA. III.. Feb. St-CORW-Steady;
No. 4 white. Mc; No. I yellow. 40V; No.
4 yellow, tar: No. I mixed. THc; No.
mixed. ITSeMc; sample, umpatc.
OATS Firm; No. i whit. wttRac;
tandard. Mr; No. I white. II Sc
Oaaaha Mar Market.
OMAHA. Feb. M. HAT No. I. tll.ap;
No. 2. Iia.ao; eoarae. tU.OO; psveklnr stock,
roajg.; alfalfa. Kt straw: Wheat.
USD. ry aa doata. 7.iufMJdi
Tarawatla aad Kaala.
SAVANNAH. O., Feb. M-TI RPEN
TINE Quiet. wV; sale. Kl bbia.: re
eetpta. IS bbia.; shipments, DMa.;
stock. r.1t bbia
ROrtIN Firm; sales, Mis; rwcetptn.
aV7 bbia: Bhlpments. AIM bbis.; stock.
M.I7 bbia Quotstlons: B. It a); D, is.4b
4.47H: E. lAITtsfsiT: V aad O. 7S,.
H. M,75! 77": I. .): k. K; M. K..
S, 17. 30; WO, 7.3; WW, 7..
. ne I at n. .
. SM I IS II ,
.11C I I I ,
.71 I M I
,W Ik I ,
. ne at I
lea m L
.Ill in 4.
. MS 4 71
s TH I M I
a M Ik I
IT TM 4 SI I
14 Ml I M
I SI l 1
1 SM 4 I
1 110 4 M I
I IMS M
I MM 4 M t
1 1114 t 7
I tn 4 ti t
1 1T t M 1
i im ta
KTOCKEDa AND FEEDER,
I IM 4 at I MS I II
I Mt 4 IS ll SM I a
I m 4 n u rrt I
a tie m u. tn I il
Bl til ft 1
HOQg-CncerteJnty waa th distinctly
trslt of th ho market. Badly delayed
stock trains, du to th bl It sard yester
day aad last night, left supply figures In
doubt and aubject to big change, and
thla conditio In turn produced an un
even, higher set of price. Lat eeti
maiaa lave recel pts at L4 head, and aa
only a part of thla total waa available
prior to 11 o'clock packer and shipper
wer forced to compete for offerings at
advances of generally a dim. Home 64
lec higher bualnee was don sarly that
waa followed by scattered sales lOtJlic
abev the average trade ftaturday, but
th demand waa wall eantroiied Bt ail
bmee and movement wa act especially
Shippers and speculator took th In
Illative, baying about a doaea load at
the start and leaving only a handiul at
tuff lo be used on local daughter or
der that were more or lee urgent
Final clearance eras aicessBrlly vary lata,
aa shipment e kept straggling la ail tba
morning, giving the market a aerial o
prarance. Beet heerr hon an Bale brought II 31.
aa compered with Aaturday' top of IV Li,
wane butcher an i ignis sot a uaevemi
from In downward. Common baooa
tuff showed tha poorest actlaa aad
calmed tb lowest spread.
NEW TORE. Feb. 2k eU'OA It Raw,
steady: muscovado. Is) test. I c; cen
trifugal. 4 teat, 4Jc: molasses sugar,
n test, 4.4bc; refined steady.
Ne. Av. s. rv. Me. Ae. (a. fy.
m in . n m M Iki
us M i m n im ... m
a m ... i n - ... et
T. US ... I M XM ... IM
Tl in as I I T...... JU M
m im ... I n m as ..-
n. ...... in ... i t tm m 1 at
M Mt 4 i Si M Mf Ml
ti iii ... m u m ... I I
M 1 ... M Ill ... I IS
Tl fii ... I M 1 IM ... IM
it m as n xi m
a ... us ... w
at aw at s si a J ... 4 U
M Ml Me I a,
M ... 4 w
BHEEP Deeptte th demoralised condi
tio of railway sarvlc, receipts of sceep
Kaaaaa I My Live atark Market.
KANPA8 CITY, Feb. II.-CATTLE-Recelpta
LOW head, including o aouth-
erna; msrkel loetafco Marher; dressed eef
and export steers, l.iie Hi; fair to good,
H asjtiil: western ateera. 4.7lityI,IO; stock
er and feeders, 14 Mi.sV; southern
steer. g.0(st.: soul hern cows. kt.tHui,
!.!; nsllvs cows, E1.7Mil.5i; native heifers,
U bi'fn.kl; bulls. st.,ai6,: calves M OO
Htitfa Reoeinta i.nvj need: mirksi tnn
higher: bulk of sales. toMlem X: heavy.
K;2iej4, packers and butchers, Pilti.
l.i; ilghta, x,,,Mj4.M; pigs, Mf"lr5!6.
nrifc.rr' Anil I.AM iin Hecelota 7..W)
head; market I0fhl6c higher: lambs, b'.JO
r40; yesrllnss 14.754) M: Wei hers, it)
Irt.Tt; ewee, t3.iOtj4.uO, Blockers and feed
t. Loala Llv gtae'li Market.
T. IiriS, Feb. M.-CATTI.K-ke.
celpta, LJOO head. Including l.Uu Texana;
naraet strong; native ahlpplog and ex-
fort liters, 17 .' W; dressed and
titcher steers, sfvluifAOO; steers under
l,4U pounds. UJMia,o0: Blockers and feed-
era, 4.lu4; cow and heifers, n.7m
a.w; canners. s.tsD4 w; nulla, Is.0litl9.av,
calvea. Putru0; Texaa and Indian
steara ej.fti.00: sow and heifers. ILoon
IIOtM-Reoelpts, head; market lo
higher: pigs snd lights, .(i.J, mixed
and butchera, H.lHt i. good heavy, M.J0
1'eK AND IJtMRB-Reeelpts. I.WA
head; market strong to 10o hlghsr; natlv
muttons, U SOM.bJ; lambs, Ti.Ml-(iU;
culls and bucks, ll.SOfjlAi, atockera, 1100
0L4O, . ,
I. Joeesh Lie lleeb Market.
BT. JOSKPIf. Feb. M.-CATTLB-R-relpis,
l.m head: market aluw; steers,
I JMROO; rows and heifers, I3.tt-W;
HtXIB-Recelpla, 1,000 head; market
low; top, MS; bulk of aalea, ta.xjM.s.
BHEt-a AND IwtMRaj-Notie on sal;
market unchanged : lamb. eyoOO,.K.
lack la Igkt.
ReeelMa ot llv stock st the flv princi
pal weltern markeu yesterday:
Cattle, lings. Sheep.
ftouih (Vniha.. 7 i i,ajo
Ht. Joseph l. 4,ni
Kaaaaa City Los) a,i t.SnO
m. Louis L lo 'in ,.
Chicago 14.UW I7.1M) K,0uO
Total rcNlpl Ham ll.au 41, 100
New Yrk Mewey Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. M MONEY On
rail, steady; Wrtfdt per cent; ruling
rata, PS per cent; closing bid. IS Per
sent; offered at IH per emu Tim loan,
leady; sixty daya, 2ttjl per cent; ninety
days, I per cent; six months, la per cent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPKR
4H Per cent.
BTKR1.INO EXCHANOE-Pt.ady. with
dual business In bankers' bills at M.H
for sixty-day kill and at H ITS tor de
mand. Commercial bill It.tt,
till.VEH-Bar, Wc; Mexican dollar. 47a
BtiNUa-Ooverumebt, strong; railroad,
Closing uotatlons ea bonds today war
V. g. rvl. k. rei .-rwHJapas H ITU.
rases 10x4 se IHa Mv
U. S. u, rag leiSIC C. So. 1st k ... Tit,
esasea 1 U U. 4B, 4 IM1.. 1114
v. a w. raj ihi- m n. a si. w..., w
as enesa liilaM. K. a T. lat ex.. Mi
Allts-t ssi. let Is.... M 4 se 1 Ml
. As. m. iietM. rarina 4s n
A T. a T. rv. !e..lllN. R. at M. IWIlt
w"-r,. 1. ci g. ik- nt
.....lMia As 4a m mu.
a ca, ,e. wm a. s. . as, m n.
awkiasa sen. at.... Mt ee. Is in
as ! M.".!.!!!!lM ae ev. 'le. ...!!lMl4
A c l lat 4a. Mtikto. Pnirie ni
si. A Okie . Mt b M
e shs a. ac nsa aH
asaW. l4 IlltPeaa. ev. Ilea UU.. r,
lease. TT. sr. av. wm eva. ss. im
f-Mi si Oa. Is. ls Itesdlas sen. M MU
rw uaikar to N I k 1 t f. kll
ef N. J. M...in4 ae sea. Is. MU
Oea A Okie 4a..iHHiM. L. W. t .. u
as fef. la MH a lat seM 4a. Ma
rlraes a A. me.. MSA A U
01 B. A 4). L ITsae. rat. eel. le..... nit
ava. m s4 ee cv. ea M
O k 1 I h I k lit let rat. M St
rfs. 4s . Rallvar M. m
Ole. Int. I Tl'v de ae. as :4
kit la. M fates raclfle 4e....lMtt
c. A a r. a. iws re, ee rv. 4a m
ft. a H. rv. M Uj ae 1st a ref. 4a n
k I t t 4s ..... M l . R.bbee 4a ....IM
a ref. to nu. a steel M as....ll
rnainanr le TJSVe -Oar. Oeta. ia..ls
trie a L M MiaWskesk IM a UI
sea. ex. ii ee isi m ex. 4s....
ae ev. Is. ew. A.. Buweetsrs M4 la.... f
e sea a " Btae. , .. Mtt
Oea. glsa ev. ts....ue wis. raalrsl 4s 11
CBa 1M tel. 4a MaMe. Pae. ev. to ttu
I sue. Met 4lvs U Paaswa Is 11 V
later, si. M. 4Ha ITVI
these clrcumetanue it waa not to ho
wondered that lite market moved with
practically no Impulse, even though Im
portant financial Interests wer quoted
as declaring thitt fundamental conditions
are. stead ly Improving. This statement
was borne out in a measure by the Calu
met and Heeia directors who decUrsd a
quarterly dividend ot x aa against tha
preceding payment of II Per share. Th
paMlng ot the dlvlelon of th Repubil
and ateel combination wa announced
after the clot ot business on th ex
change. Of the mor active stocks Reading
was weakest, declining to th lowest
level since the latter part of January.
Southern Pat'lfio waa but slightly influ
enced bv a supreme court decision af
fecting its lead holdings. Canadian Pa
cific displayed greater heaviness than any
other high class Issue. Its early decline
of lt points being snsisted by London
selling, presumably for Merlin account.
In th group ot specialties tha Centre!
Leather preferred. Federal Mining. Gen
eral Motor and tha tobacco Issues all
showed pronounced weakness. Severe-Roebuck,
almost alone of Ita class, waa strong
after some early heavtneea. Th market
cloeed dull and with Utile change In th
more actlv laatie.
London's operation her were on tna
selling side, aggregating about 10.0M
shares, chiefly steel. Th Bank of Eng
land secured practically all tha South
African gold delivered offered In th open
market. . '
Th bond market was Inclined lo ateedl
naea but aiiaded off towards th cloae.
Total sales, r value, I3.U7.O0O. United
Slate government ta advanced 1 per
cent, th Is registered 44 and Panama
coupon w per cent on call
Lone unloaded oats, being Impelled
by th drop In corn and by th disap
pearance of th premium for spot deliv
ery, limits for May wer 4210 and E!S
with Hi cloew U V net lower at IPte.
Psckers and foreigner were believed
to have been on the buying aid of lit
firovlslon market. Pork roae lOo to lid
or the day and the net of th Hat 10 to
10r. Holiday tomorrow, election.
Number of sales and leading quotations
oa stocks today were as follows t
ale 1114 a. caw. ewes.
, U.4M 41
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NEW YORK, Feb. et-COTTONVMar-
ket cloeed oulet. I points lower: middling
uplands. 1.40c; middling gulf, L44c: sales.
Cotton tutor closed steady. Closing
Mds: February. IKc; March, late; April,
Mote; May. Mtlac: June. 10Jc: July.
ttxae: August, 10.9c; September. M 2c;
October M.Kc; November. l.4uc; Decem
ber V: January, 1 4c.
L,IVERPOOU Feb. as. t OTTDN epot,
oed business don. Plica I aoints
hieher; American middl'ng. tsse; good
micionng, aiic: mtaaitng. asic: low
middling. Alls: wood ordinary. Ajae: or
dinary, 4Tc galea, M.M bale.
AIMKisleisee r4 ....
Amsricaa nsvc avsar.....
Aaisrleaa Csa ,,..,,.,.
Awsrleas CI A F
AaMriraa Cation Oil
Atiwrleaa H. A U sfs.
Aia. ls Bsearltlee
AiaeHean tocotanllve ,.,
Anerlcaa I. A ft
tal 4 1 aft.
Am. Steel yv.!B4rts. ..
Am. Sasar Kenning
Amerteaa T. T '.
Americas Tnbseee Bid....
Aiucsoa Mlalas 09
Atlanll Coast Uae...,
altlaare A nku.-....
Betslsnvm Stssl ..M..,
renllre Raaie .,..
Crural leiixr pM
t'entral ef New Jersey. .
Ctleaie 0. W., see
rasMPMse m "ft is.
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oiisaae a. w. art
CVesso A K W
tillesaw M n. P....
it. v. a Bl. L..,
rhlsrsile F. A I
vief4e A sissra
Peaver a Rl uranee....
D R 0 Hi
nielllsrs' gesurttlee ....
vie IM e'4
rls a Bf4
Oeasl Northera Sf4
area! Ksrtsere Ore etta., t,M 17
IslsrasriMiib Met. .......
Isisr. Met. pM
Intsr-Msrtae an ..,
kssess Cilr e steers...
g c . sr
is. A Bt. levels
m . st. r a a M ..
srart. a. a t
M . K. A T. eft
K. H R ef If. 14 pit..
New Tart Ceslral
if. y.. a w
Norfnlk A Westsrs. ,
P . c . C A Pt. L.
Wmil Stssl Car
PnMmaa eaiaee Car ,
R.llwsr Iteu eyriag.....
neeohlle St set
tMib'te a eel pfd.
Ksrk Islaed Da
Hock Islsnd Te. sfd
St. L. A a F. M sM...
HL taala .
at. L. W pit. ....... ..
slcss-SasfflsM A I-...
No. ksilwsv ef4. .........
ease A Pse
T.. St. tV A W
T . St. t, W. pM
rsise PsHfl e4
t'slted Stslee Pesltr.,...
rsite nstee ytneeer....
iTeHsd mates Bujst.
n Steel Bf4 ri
ttsk Osaesr v
Va -rvrellaa CbMBleal ..
Wssa e'd ..,
Waaatesbsnee Klaetria ...
w-slsra t'ale . ..X...
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at luit 141 1
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eslae at tb ear. M4.M akarea
OMAHA Feb. er.-Bank ctayarlnn for to
day wer , ?i.fc7 4.2s snd for th corra
spendlng day last year. I1.41U7J.7!.
Eey t tb Bttuatlon Be AdvertWag.
It eta I Market.
NEW YORK. Jb. 3k. METALJJ B tand
ard coooer. firm: spot and Fsbruarv,
14.iajtei4.Kc: March, ItlOltilJBc; April.
May and June. 141PiT1ltTHc London
market, steady: spot. (04 I Id: futures.
CS4 M 4d. Arrivals reported at New York.
27,971 ton. Custom house return show
export of S.m tons so far this month.
Lak copper. ltMrl44c: electrolytic. 14Si
tillSc: casting. UM(itM. Tin, firm;
rot and February, Ht J7H: March,
in orwt e: AnriL H2.Si4 I7V4: Har.
ItfantVCTI: June 40fi43.5a. London
market, steady: spot t; future, fjtl lis.
Local sale. Tv too Boot. Mt-llH; twenty
tone March. W ); tm tcne March, W9?i
and twenty-five ton March at 141 60.
Lead, quiet HOttrrf.H, Kew Tork: liSfr
4 01 Eaat Bt Loots: London. II 17a 4rl.
Spelter, quiet, t.40trt7l. New Tork: Htr
tM.lt1, East Bt Loula: London, til 10a.
Antimony, quiet; Cookaona 17 8. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 47s 7Ved la London.
Locally Iron waa uneettled; No. I foundry
northern. Ct-TaalS 35; No. 1 111 tog 14.:.;
Na 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft,
ST. LOnS, Feb, K,-WOOL-Stedy:
territory and weetern mediums, kttji&c;
tin mediums, l&trlTc; fine, WQic ,
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