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TI1E BEE: OMAIIA, SATURDAY, PEBIU'AKY 7, 1!U.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Reports on Exportation of Wheat
PLANT IS IN GOOD SHAPE
Despite Reports to Contrary Ux
perls. Declare that Grorfliisr
Crnlu la In' Splendid Shnpe
f for (Jood Crop.
OMAHA, Feb. 6, 1911.
Reports on takings ot cash wheat at
the seaboard were not only conflicting,
but they were qulto misleading yester
day, One set ot messages claimed there
wcro fifty-two boatloads sold late on
rWearosday, whllo another reported ves
sel room as having been chartored for
fifty-two boatloads. One of tho oldeat
and most reliable concerns In tho export
trade at Chicago recelvt-d a message
from the seaboard in which It was said
that tte vessel room taken was mostly
for old sales and largely for low grades
of wheat. As put by an old exporter,
who was somewhat surprised at tho mis
leading report sent out, that whenever
there is any export business passing the
public as well as the grain trade on tho
relieved. The menace attracted more
than passing notice, Texas last year hav
ing raised 32.0U0.0CO bu.
In provisions selling by packers out
weighed any other Influence. The oc
caslon for the unloading was said to be
tho Increase ot hog arrivals at the Chi
Artlclel Open. I High.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
SoCWHc; No. .1 red, SKlfiM4o; No. 2 hard,
PlTifiViVic; No. 3 hard. POHWUc; No. 2,
S9W91c; No. 2 northern. JlT.c;, No. 3 north
ern, Sapotc; No. 2 spring, yOysic; No. 3
spring, 88&S9C. Corn: No. 2 yellow, V?
4c; No. 3, 4eiIHc: No. 3 white. 66Q
064c; No. 3 yellow, 61flle. Oats: No. 2
white. 42c; No. 3 white, 3S4l39c; stand
ard. 404c Rye: No. 2. nominal; No. 3,
60c. Barley. 504fS2a Timothy, $37686.R..
whole are not posted as to tho amount j clover, $12.0OSTll6O. Pork, $21.S7H. Lard.
eold, or as to the nrlce. Until the trans.
actions are several days old. Wheat sales
at Chicago wero only 15,000 bu., atti this
was taken by Interior millers.
Tho western country la selling larger
amounts of wheat than whs tho case
when prices wore much highor. During
the last few days 600,000 bushels have
been sold to Chicago cash handlers, and
In addition to this, which will come for
ward In a short time, was tho reported
loading of a tralnload of wheat at Kan
sas City, which Is to bo brought to this
market. There Is no outlet In the sotitlt
wcet at present, as bids for shipment
abroad via the Quit wero considerably
out of line. Minneapolis reported a good
demand for cash wheat from millers. One
of the largest flour manufacturers In the
wou.d, who was on the Hoard of Trade
yesterday, said flour trade Is slow and
there Is no uneasiness among millers as
to futuro supplies of this grain In all po
sitions. Tl)o wheat plant Is in tho strongest po
sition for a number of years and tho pros
pects are universally good. It Is said by
those who ha"vo kept tno condition ot the
growing wheat under close observation
that It will take a great deal of cold
Weather to Injur It. That tho condition
Is now so high that it can stand marked
deterioration and then have an average
crop. The coldest spot In tho winter
wheat belt yesterday was at Valentine,
Nob., where It registered 2 below.
The colder weather throughout tho
corn belt will not only season tho grain
now held In tho Interior, but it will also
increase feeding. Uusottlcd weather con
ditions are expected, and this may check
the shelling, which Is now being pushed.
Data ruled strong In sympathy with
wheat and corn, but the cash demand
was small at 75,000 bushels. Tho amount
of oats in sight is large, but it Is be
lieved In some quarters that farm hold
ings aro small.
The advance in hogs at tho yards wus
the leading bull help in provisions. Tho
larger packers favor purchases of May
ribs, and thero was a fair investment de
mand for pork, while lard was slow.
Most of tho selling was realizing by longs
who bought on tho recent declines.
Cash wheat was 'ttle higher.
Cash corn was He to IVic higher.
Cash oats were unchanged to V4c higher.
Clearances: Wheat. 764.000 bushels: corn,
4,009 bushels; oats, 46,000 bushels.
Liverpool close: , Wheat, d to Md
h!g1ior.t corn, Hd to d higher.
Primary wheat receipts' wero 64,000. bush
els and shipments 367,000 bushels, against
receipts of 23,000 bushels and shipments
of 400,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 734,000 bush
els and shipments 628,000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,212,000 bushels and shipments
of 873,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts wero 467,000 bush
els and shipments 50.000 bushels, against
receipts of 66,000 bushels and shipments
of E12.000 bushels last year.
These sales wero reported: Wheat:
No. 2 hard winter, 1 car, SlVJc; 1 car, 84c
No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, 84V4o; 3 cars,
84c; 4 care, 83c; 3 cars, 83Wc; Vi car, S..
No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, 83c; 1 ear, 80c.
K6. 3 mixed, 1 car, Sic. Rye: No. grade,
rs car, 6flc, Oats: No. 2 white, 1 car,
.ISV&c No. 3 white, 1 car, 37?ic; 7 cars,
37Jic; 1 icar. 37,ic. No. 4 white, 4 cars,
37',ic.' No grado, 1 car, 3C!4c; 1 car, 36cJ
Corn: No. 2 white, 2 earn, C5&C. No. 3
.white, 1 car, 63c. No. 4 white, 1 car
(choice), 61c. No. 2 yellow, 1 car, 62Ho;
3, cars, 62'4c. No. 3 yellow, 2 cars, 62c; 5
cars, Clttc; 9 cars, 61c; C cars, 60Uc: 1
car, COc. No. 4 yellow, cars, 69c. No.
3 mixed. 1 car (near white), CIVic; 2
cars, 60Ho: 1 car, tVB4c; 3 cars. 694c No.
4 mixed, 2 cars, 59c; 1 car, CSlitC; 1 car.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat, No. 2 hard,
S3V4a6c: No. 3 liard, 2f85c; No. 4 hard.
7JV40S3C; No. 3 spring. SlJ84.c; No. i
spring, S2HQ83He; No. 2 durum, 82MffS3cj
No. 3 durum. 81HQ82C. Corn: No. 2 white,
CVgcSVSc; No. 3 white, G2ftQ3V4c; No. 4
white, 63g61c: No. 2 yellow, 6262V4c;
No. 3 yellow, 60G62c; No. 4 yellow, 5SH
C9c; No. 2. 00i4l?ic; No. S, MV4S61c:
No. 4, 57HC59C. Oats: No. 2 white, 38HW
!3c; standard. 3$Hc; No. 3 white, 37Vi
3iUc; No. 4 white, 37Q37',4c. Darley. Malt
ing. 61JJ72C; No. 1 feed, 58Q63C. Rye': No.
2, 5706Sc; No. 3. E6857?sc
no so niha ill noffll.no.
HrTTER Firm; creameries, ziyg.'ic.
l?nrS H Icher: receiDts. 6.6(5 cases: at
mark, cases Included, 255J26HC; ordinary
firsts, 2&ri2a;e; firsts. 26H'J6e.
POULTRY Alive; higher; springs, 15'4c;
fowls, 15c; turkeys, 16c.
CHEESE Low-cr; daisies. 17l3l7He:
twins. 16U$il6V4c; Americas, 17ifjlsc; long
POTATOES iJower; receipts, w cars;
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin red,
KOflCBc; Michigan, Minnesota and Wis
consin, white, 63ti$Sc.
SB W YORK OKSKnAL MARKET
NEW YORK jiTOK MARKET
Quotations Work Lower Slowly on
NO CHANGES OF IMPORTANCE
Mnrkrt 1'lodn on DnrhiR Most ot
liny In Unit XVny ot Last Terr
Sessions Unable to llrenk
ATvny from Ilcnd Level,
Kansas City ,
CHICAGO GUAIiV ASP 1'ItOVISIOSS
Features of the Trading: nnd CIosIub
Prices on Board of Trade,
CHICAGO, Feb. 6 Extreme cold and the
western blizzard threatening danger to
autumn sown wheat carried prices today
to a higher level. Not all of the gain
was held, but the market closed steady
at yic above last night. Corn finished
He to HOic u n and oats at an advance
of Vio to 'iQHc In provisions the out
como was a net decline of 2H10c
Fresh buying force showed ltBclf
promptly In the wheat trade. Speculators
bullishly Inclined Jumped at the conclu
nlon that a drop In temperature, which
went to S3 below aero in parts of Ne
braska, would work serious damage to
the crop. According to some authori
ties, fields where snow had fallen were
being swept bare by the gale. The rush
to nurchase. however, wan morfnratori hv
reports from other places where tho snow
averaged several Inches In depth.
After tho early bulge conservative denl
ers In wheat wero disposed to wait for
more, definite tidings In regard to the
Nupposed crop damage, especially as to
Kansas. Predictions of vet Itiwer lam.
pcraturcs ahead, though, helped to avert
uny decided reaction. Resides, there wero
continued uuiusn aavices rrom all coun
tries south of tho enutrtor.
Expected increase of fcedlnc A
put strength Into the corn market. There
was also a belief that receipts would be
diminished. In consequence of the stormy
weather. Longs took profits on a largo
bcie, ana mus cnecaea me advance,
Oats respontfed to Texas dispatches tell
ing or probable Injury to the winter
crop If low temperatures were not soon
WANTED TO HORROW.
.WAJT to boirow J375; good security:
will pay 10 por cent Interest. Address G-
care umana uee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OK WEST
(Imitations of th IJfty on Vnrlons
NEW YORK. Feb. 6.-FLOUR-Stcady.
WHEAT Siot market, firm; No. 2 red.
tl.OOVi. nomlnnl, elevator, demand; No. 2
hard winter, 99c, c, I. f., to arrive; No. 1
northern, Duluth, f. o, b afloat; No. 1
northern, Manitoba. I1.C2V4. f. o. b afloat.
Futures, firmer, closing He net higher.
May, ji.cor.-iB; July, sic.
spring patents, H 4O34.60; winter straights,
J4.161f4.2S: winter patents, I.404J4.G3:
spring clears, $J.00fM.20; extra No. 1
winter, J3.5j3.7S; extra No. 3 winter,
33.S593.50; Kansas straights, Jl.C634.13.
HOPS Steady; state common to choice,
1913. 4047c; 1912, 2224e.
HIDES-Steady: Bogota, 31nQ82?ic; Cen
tral America 3lHc.
PETROLEUM Steady; refined Now
York bulk, $5.23; barrels, $3.76; cases.
WOOL Steady: domestic fleece. XX
CORN Spot, flrni; now No. 3 yellow,
70',c, c. I. f., to arrive.
OATS Spot, steady; standard white. 44&
43c, elevator; No. 3, 4444Hci fancy
HAY Barely steady; standard. 97Mc
$1.00: No. 1, $1.02tt1.05; No. 2, 90Jf95c; No.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 30cj
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; mess.
$23.50024.00; family. $24.00S,26.00; short
clear. J20.0f(22.00. Beef, steady; mess.
$18.CB1S.50. family, $19.001120.00. Cut
meats, quiet; plckleu bellies, 10 to 14
pounds. $12.25(913.50; pickled hams, $14.00.
Lard, barely steady: middle west, $10,75
10.S5: rerined steaay; continent, u.w;
South America. $12.00; compound, quiet;
TALLOW Quiet: city, cc; special,
1c: country, 6&yiic.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, ,uw iuds;
creamery held extras, ZTSOTiio; firsts,
CHEESE Quiet and firm: receipts, 2.500
boxes; state wholo milk, fall and sum.
mer white specials, 1S1SHc; winter spe
EGGS Unsettled : receipts; 13.900 cases:
fresh -gathered extras, 30ft31c: extra firsts.
2SH5f23c; rerrigerator best, Zatfiioc; nearby
hennery whites, 3Sc.
POULTRY Live, steady: western
chickens, 15c; fowls, 16V4017c; turkeyes,
ilisc. arcssed. aun: tresn Killed west
ern chicks, l54T24c; fowls, 1518c; turkeys,
Mlmicnpolla Grnln' Mnrliet.
TdlNNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Fob. 6.
WHEAT-No. 1 hard. 92yt(U92c; No.. 1
northern. 89i91c: No. 2 northern. StfKl
fSAc; No. 3. S5l486V4c; May. 89H089c;
CORN No. 3 yellow. 57fiC7Uc.
OATS-No. 3 white. 360SO4c
Omaha IIa ainrket.
OMAHA. Feb. B.-PRAIRIE HAY-No.
1 to choice .upland, $10.00'10.EO: No. 2,
t9.xmvs.w: no. 3. sr.ooatv.w. wo. l to
choice midland. $9.0010.00; No. 2, $8.00
i.oo: No. ;i. b.uusi .-no. i to cnoico
lowland. $7.00(118.00: No. 2. $6.0O7.00: No.
3, J4.W6.00. Straw: Choice oat or rye.
xa.:iusiuw; cnoice wneat, ji.wiiu.uu.
Alfalfa: Choice pea-green, $13.0013.50;
Knnana'Clty Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. C WHEAT
Cash: No. 2 hard, 8(?i057Hc.t No. 2 red,
CORN No. a mixed, mhc: no. 3. C3e:
NO. - wnite. wc; no. a, isOTac.
Closing prices of futures: Wheat. Mav
87a7Uc; July, 83ViC Corn: May, 68?i
bVic; Juiy, c
oath no. 'wnite, wttc; wo. z mixed.
St. Loula Genernl Bfarket.
ST. IXIUIS. Mo.. Feb. C. WHEAT No.
2 red. 92Vt95c: No. 2 hard, 89tfQ93c; May,
92Hc: July. 86V4086HC.
CORN-no. 2, tiSHOWc: No. 2 white. 69c;
mixed, C&S68?lc:. July, 67ttfl7ic
OATS-No. 2, 40c; No. 2 white, 41c; May,
wtvc; Juiy, u37c
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. C. VIIEATSn
iiriu; ssu. e reu weiern winter; la oa; No,
1 Manitoba, 7s 2',4d: No. 2. 7s 2d: No. 3.
7s lOd. Futures firm: March, 7s Mid;
May. 7s 2ttd: July. 7s l?id.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
6s 8Md; La Plata, futures, firm; Febru
ary, s Ba; aaircn, s yjja.
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. COTTON-Fu
ttires, closed steady; March, 12.23c; May.
11.8Sc; July, ll.8Sc; August, 11.65c; Octo-
Der, u.ic. opoi, quiet; miauling, 12,G3c:
gulf. 12.90c. '
Cotton closed very steadv at n nil uA.
vanco of 4 to 9 points. March led the up
v.ard movement and closed at a premium
i u puinis over Aiay,
LlVERIOOL. Feb. 6.-COTTON-nnt
In fair demand; prices easier; middling
fair. 7.6M; good middling, 7.28d; middling,
6.9C-1; low middling. 6.70dt good ordinary.
a.v.u; oruumry, o.tra; saies, lu.wj pales,
NEW YORK. Feb.V C.-COPPR.'Th
coffee market was lower today tinder
Eiuiinrcu selling proDaDiy intpirea Dy
continued by heavy Brazilian reecipts
and lower European cables. There wcr
row Duyers, ana after opening -steady
2 to 6 points lower, the market closed
su-auy, s to iu points net lower, Sales,
10.0UO pages. Feoruan". 9.1Cc: March. D.21e
May. 9.41c: July. 9.60c: ScDtember. 9.7e
October, 9.83c; December, 9,91o; January,
Spot, steady; Rio No. 7. 9Uc: Santos No.
4. 12Hc Mild, dull; Cordovas, KfflCc,
N15W YORK. Feb. 6.-Quotatlons
worked lower slowly on tho stock ex
change todav. Thero was no Important
chango In tho situation to stimulate spec
ulation and during most ot tho nay inn
market plodded on In tho dull way of
the last few sessions, apparently unablo
to brctk away from a dead level. Spec
ulative opinion, however, was more uear
Ish. The recent tendency of tho market
encouraged traders to worn ror a re
action, and In tho latter part ot tho day
selling became heavier. A number of the
popular stocks ctoscd at materially lower
Further unfavorable railroad reports
for December and Washington advices
Indicating tho probability ot a delay ot
tho decision In the freight rata caso
operated against tho railroad stocks, some
of which were under heavy pressure. New
Yoik Central was weak, falling off to
91H. Rock Islani shares resumed their
decline. Tho common nt 8H and the pre
ferred at 13 touched now low levels. In
tho Industrial list the coppers wero af
fected by a break In tho metal market
In London. Steel hctd up fairly well,
being supported In expectation of a strong
showing in Its forthcoming monthly Btato
ment. It Is estimated that now business
of the Steel corporation In January ex
cccdeJ output by 200,000 tons or mom
If a gain in unfilled tonnage Is shown,
as b apparently assured, It will be tho
tlrst if.creaso In thirteen months.
Lo-idon's operations hero wero on a re
duced scale. This trading was all on tho
selling side, but was not largo enough
to ntfect tho market, only 5,000 shares
being fcold for foreign account.
In tho outside market there was a se
vere slump In stocks of the Standard Oil
group. Excited dealings In theso shares
during tho last few weeks, with soaring
prices In most Instances, led to n relapso
today. Declines ranged from 2 to -
Bonds moved Irregularly with a heavi
ness in convertible Issues. Amcricnu
Writing Paper 5s dropped 5 points. To
tal sales, war value. $(.200,000. I'liltoJ
States bonds were unchanged on calll
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocKs wero
Loot vu nit. tv , it pfd tti 1M
Micon Co.. Mn, ref. (s. 1H 101 U lm"
Ottum. !.. Kh. 4H.... 100 lot
Cltr ot Onuh H, 1M1 1WI
Omaha IkCttSU Hr.. U, !!!.. Vi V
Omaha, ft U, II. SU dr. (M II
Omaha KlM. U. A row.. pt4 II . M
ratltlo TU A Tl. St. 1117 ttH. Ill
Pui-t Souna T, L A 1. 11.... H ITO'.I
l.nlnn Klk. Yda. Etk I1t II
Halt Lata sen. 4U. 1IU 100 111
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Hardly Enough Cuttle on Sale to
Make a Market.
tT"M.'t..:::::;:y:::: 'jS Son hogs a big five gents higher
PMaan InS. K. R. M. t. l M I
Sioux City lift, la, im w
Btoux Cltr Btk. Yda. pJ..
lloaton HtooK JInrket.
ROSlXN. Feb, 6.-ClosIng nuotatlons
on stocks were;
Amal. Coppar ......
A. Z 1. - S
Mohawk ., 44
T4NlplMlnt Mlaaa ... H
Va North Mutt 5I
& North I-V I"
M oil Dominion '
ID OMrola .
vs Ttmnraca b' ixNiiiiiiaio f riday
Lnmba Fltlren Cents Lower and
l!wr Steady vlth Thursday's
Closn or 10 to 15 Lor or
Than Thnrsday MornliiK.
SOt'TH OMAHA, Feb. . 191C
Itecelpts wero: Cattle, lloga. Sheep.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Savs
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Lire Stock CouiniUalun Mercliants.
MARTIN BROS, & CO.. Exchange Bide
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
INO Notice is hereby given that the rec
ular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the South Platto Land company will
be held at the office of said company at
Lincoln. Neb., at 11 o'clock a. m. on the
4th day of Murcn, a. u. iai4.
C. II. MORRILL. President,
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln. Neb.. February 2. 1914. Feb. 2. 30t
The Persistent and Judicious Use ol
Vewsppr Advertising Is the Road to
American Agricultural ..
American Beet Hugar....
American Can ...........
American can pM
American C. ft F
American Cotton Oil
American 1ocomottvo ...
American H. ft It
Am. H. & It. pfd
Am. tnignr Kenning......
American T. ft T..
Anaconda Mining Co..,..
Atlantic Coait Line
Ualtlinoro ft Ohio
Ilrooklrn llanld Tr
hrsapenke. A Ohio
rhlcnzo O. W
fhicaro, M. ft nt P....
inicago it. v
Colorado fuel & Iron,...
Delaware ft Hudnon......
Denver ft Itlo Orande....
Denver & It. (1. pfd
Dlatlllers' BecuHtlta ....
Erie lit pfd
Erie M pfd...
Oils and Jloaln.
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. COTTONSEED
OII li regular; prime suminer yellow
$7,060.10; March. $7.13; May. $7.27: July.
nobirs tju et.
TURPENTINE Easy; machine barrels,
London Wool Market.
LONDON. Feb. 6.-A salo of Cano
Good Hopfl and Natal sheen skins was
held here today. Thero were 300.560 pelts
offered, of which 231,4uT were sold. The
demand was active and prices ranged
trom unchanged to Vid higher, long
wooioa sorts snowing tne most gain.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruit
NEW YORK, Feb. e.-EVAPORATED
DRIED FltnTS Prunes, firm. Anrl
cots, firmer; choice, 13c; extra choice.
Uitc. Italslns, dun.
Balea. lllith, Low. Cloie.
2,900 f !i
(VI. ft Aritona. . .
Cat A lleela.. ..
Core' llwii C. C
Kirt llutt C. M .
flreeno Cananea . .
HIP Horale Coppar. au do pw
Kerr IVe 411-Ultah Con. o.xn,n ., .. u iia M.llll
Mil ml copper
Loudon StorX Market,
IiONDON, Feb. & American securities
were quiet and featureless curing tuo
early trading today. At noon prices
ranged from U above to U below parity.
Consols for money, 76-Hi for account,
CH; fnlon Pacific, 167H.
8ILVKU liar, steaay at zs-ibu per oz,
MONEY mt per cent; short bills, 1 Sheep
Flvo days this vcek..l2.GXS tO,m 36,003
SaAto days 4 w'ks ago..l9.59t Ks913 40.699
Samo days laat year.. 17,933 NS,!3i5 41,922
Tho following table shows tho receipts
ot cattle, hogs and sheep at tho Bouth
Omaha live stock market for tho year to
date as compared with last year:
1911. 1913, Inc. Dee.
ICnttU 95. NCI 101.2M 5.713
I Hogs S.XVMl 3H&T -'i.sJ
oday that too many sheep and 'lambs
were on hand to meet tho cemanu. ine
receipts wero liberal ror a inuay. ueing
estimated at some 7.f head, being twlco
as large as last Friday and two weeks
ago and 2.39S head moro than on tho cor
responding day a year ago. Thero wetrt
moro sheep hero than nt Chicago and
other markets on tho western circuit
were lightly supplied. Today s receipts
contained another fairly largo supply pf
ewes, which have been In liberal supply
moft of tho week as compared with re
cent weeks. ...
The bulk ot the lames soiu a uat. wo
lower than yesterday and tho ewes
thrco months' bills, 1 15-1WJU
...ail.KM 218.023 13,911
OMAHA UENUItAL MARKKT.
I 7 1,1 K (Ml S 911 4 23
Ton afc trlPletV Toumr Jn -f fc " r T W ISOd'BtW 4 0tf
iM5le?X bluor'Plabel brick. 19c1 j. ) "1 J oil T 8 I CHI 4 13
r 5.lh . V! Nnw York white. "It JJh- S 27U . S2 6 03 7 47 8 12 I 4 17
CHEESE-tmuorted wlss. SOc; Amerl
can Swiss, 22c; block Swiss, 20o! twins.
ilmbergcr. 2-lb., 20c; Now York white, 2lc
FISH White. 13o: trout. 17c: largo crap
pies, lie; Bpanlsh mackerel, 16c; shad roe,
per pair, 40c; Kalmon, 10c; halibut, Ho;
buffalo, 9c: tnniheans, isc; cnannei cat
fish. 15c: tlks. 16c: nlckcrel. 12c.
POULTRY Broilers, $4.004i'6.0O per dot.;
hens, 16c; cocks. 12o; ducks, SOc; geese,
18e; turkeys. 25c: pigeons, per dox., $l.M
ducks full feathered, 12V4c; geese, ful
The fnllntvlnir tnhln ulinwn thp range of
prices for hogs at tho tfoutn umana uvo
BiocK market for tho last tew uays, wnn
Date. I 1914.'ji913. H9I2."19H.I1910. 1909.1908.
Jan. 28.1 8 WSI 7 311
7 29 6 96
8 20 1 6 Of.
8 16 7 30 6 00
S 17H! 7 42
8 2m 7 461 0 09
S 3S1 7 SS 6 08
7 26 8 30 6 22 4 10
7 -M K .TSl 6 03
7 8 301 6 91 4 16
7 40! 8 29 6 041 t 17
8 321 6 14 4 20
l 131 4 23
Receipts and disposition of llvo stock at
it... ii., uinrv viiriin Smitli Oimtha.
ftnthercd, ilcj squabs, No. 1, $1.D0 to $3.00; I Ncb for twenty-four hours ending at 3
jno. i. ow. ..... .... o clock yesterday: ... ,
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effective! Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep. ll'r's,
today, lit umiiim arc a iuiiuji.
1 t . it 1
IKKr I'l'TU-RO. 1 rnis, itw, io. a I iuan,,ri lt.lflr .... I
ribs, 164c; No. 3 ribs, 13Hc; No. 1 loins, it1.ion inclflc . 2
UHo; No. 2 loins. 17c; No. 3 loins. 14ic; n' & N W east'
No. 1 chtickB, 10ic; No. 2 chucks, lov.c; W .' i:," "
No 3 chucks. io: No. 1 round. 13?ic: No W r VN V, " n 1
1 v. k a 1 a a w v
2 round. 13',ie: No. 3 round, 12c; No. 1
plates, 8Vtc; No. 2 plates. 8c; No. 3 plates,
Tho following prices on fruits nnd vege
tables are reported by tho Olllnsky Fruit
FRUITS Oranges:- These navels ar
of good color, sweet uud Juicy, quality
best have oecn seen in years, j-.xira
fmir-v "Sunklst" navels. e. 126. ljo. 176.
200 and 250 sizes, $2.60; extra fancy "Sun
ktet" navels, 250 size, $2.60; 28S size, $2.40;
S24 size, $2.40; Florida Kumquats, por
box, 25c. Apples: i-xtra ianey wash
Ington Jonathlan, per box, $z.T&;
Winter l'earmalns, per box, $2.24
C It. & Q., east..
C.. II. & J west..
C, R. I. & P.. east..
c, 11. 1. t i west
Illinois Central ..
C, O. W.
receipts .. 11
ii !' 3
44 .. 2
3 .. 1
its "in 6
Moris & Co.
Swift & Co.
Cudahy Packing Co.
Whit Armour it co.
Idaho H. w. juurpny
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
S00 I36V4 Wi fW
3,100 117 U
Ulaclt Twig, per box, $2.2T.; Romo Beauty, Lincoln Packing Co.
per box, 12.20; wincsaps, yi.w; extra rancyiJ. 11. iumi ,
litnlm Northern Sdv. U recti I ti kb or Klnes. 1I. F. Husz
oer box. $2.00; extra fancy Idaho Hambos, Sullivan Bros.
per box, $1.76; Ben Davie, per bbl $5.00; Hlggins
Gano, $6.00; Winosap, $7.0u; Missouri Pip- Huffman
pins, 36.60. imons: notira rancy Hun-liioiu .,
klst. 200s and 360s. per box. $6.00: oxtra Harvey
cholco Red Ball lomons. 300s and SGOs, Other Buyers
per box, $0.00; choice, Jt.w. urapes: im
ported Malaga, extra funcy, $7.60; fancy,
$7.00. Urapcfrult: Florida Tangerines,
per box, $2.60; extra fancy Florida. 36,
$4.60; 46 and 96. $4.75; 64, 64 and SO, 15.00.
t'rnnberrlcs: Per box. $1.23.
VEGETABLES Potatoes: Gcnulno was at no tlmo sufficient cattlo In Bight
Red River Early Ohio, per bu., $1.W; to really make n market of to Interest
lturam or uuruanm, per ou., 00c; innno Duyers to any extent
CATfl.U Whiln lliern
twenty cars of cattlo reported today,
trains wnm lntn In nrrivlng at the yards
on account of tho severo storm, nnd thero
2,600 35S 35
Oreat Northern pfd
Great Northern Oro otfa.
Inter. Met. pfd
Kan.aa Cltr Southern....
Lehigh valley ,,.u....i
Ixiulatllle ft Kaanvnie,.
M.. Bt. P. at 8. Sl. M.
Mlmourl, K. & T
N. It, R. 01 M. Pio
New Tork Central ,
N. V.. O. ft W
Norfolk ft Weatern
Korth American .......
Paclflo V I
P.. C., C. ft St. L
Preeeed Bteel Car
lullman ralac sar...
ItepuMIe Iron ft Steel...
Itenubllc I. & H. Pfd.,
Ttoek Ialand Co
Hock laiana (. pia...
St. L. ft 8. F. 24 pfd,
Heaboard Air Line
Seaboard A. L. pfd...
filoaa-Shef field S. ft I.
So. ruilway pfd
Texaa ft Pacific
Union Paclflo nfd
lrnlied States Realty..
United Statea Rubber.
United mate sieei...
U. B. Steal pfd
Weatern narjiana ....
Western Union .......
Vheellnir ft Lake Erie
Ray Con. 1,-opper
Taf le. tor th. car, U
Nevr Yorlc Money aiarket.
vmv .YORK.. Feb. C.-MONEY-Cll,
steady at li02 per cent; ruling rate. 1
per cent; riostngV Pr.,cent' Tlm,,,
roans steady; sixty days, 2?i per cent;
ninety days; 33H per cent; six months,
IeIiCANTILE PAPER 3HQ4V4 per
"sTERtlNO EXCHANGE Steady; sixty
days. $4 8390; for demand, $4.8575;; com-
mIlLVER-Bar; r,io; Mexican dollars,
'ONDS Government, steady; railroad,
ClOSUIg iiuoiauuun vjn
U. U. ref. It. res
U. S. la. reg....
V. S- rf
Iturals. ucr bu 90c. Swoet Potatoes:
Per hamper, $1.25; Illinois kiln dried, $1.60.
Cabbage; Holland seed, per lb., 2c;
red, per lb., 4c; new California, 3c, Onions:
Ohio largo Red Globe, por lb., Sc; In
diana yellow, 3o ; Spanish, per crate, $1,60.
Tomatoes: Cuban, por 6-baskot crate,
An noted yesterday, tho market on beet
cattlo Is around llf20o lower than last
week, tho dccllnu having been duo to
noor consumlnc demand for beet from
eastorn points This lack of domaml has
been felt at nil points, and tno live biock
market everywhere bus boen In u moat
Hn.nlt.rimtn.,, MnM.llttnll ..tlt nrlfAM
'i nnmi lmitefi.ll( I- H ll"livii v.u..u...v,i., ......
nuov-r.Lii-.-i.' livuo-v.uiituiiu iihb. 4 1 steadily working lower,
12-oz. Pkgs.. 85c; 60 C-oz. pkgs.. $2.00; "S ' anhefers hav
black rigs, is 12-oz. pacKagcs, ii.uu; v
crown Imported figs, per lb., 18c; 3-crown
imported rigs, per in., 13c. Dromedary
brand dates, pkg., $3.00; Anchor brand
dates. nkK.. $2.25: Halowle datos. per lb..
7V4c Parsnlpif, per lb., 2c Carrots, por
II IM I H 41 . m . . so
6 Hi M 40 71. . .313 ... I
IM M I 40 64 M . . I M
6S .. rn 10 S 40 17 176 . . I N
St.. ... K ... I 4 16 IW . M
t at ... 8 40 U Mi ... I M
... . 264 0 40 II l 10 I M
24 M 44 W. ..... 3i! 8 60
40.... ..xo ... 140 u.. : Si
N 3 ,,. 140
7 1 ... 713
DUN'S REYIEW OF TRADE
Further Evidences or Reviving Bus
NOT SO MANY IDLE MEN NOW
Development In Iron nnd Steel I.nat
3I6nth So KitconrnRlnic Prlcrn In
Certain Finished Linen Ad
vanced Dollar n Ton,
NEW YORK, Feb. 6,-Dun's Review to
morrow will say:
Thero nre further evidences of revilnir
business activity with tho expansion In
Industrial operations constituting one of
tho tiest features of tho situation. Homt
what less romnlnlnl Is now henrd re
garding labor conditions, as tho n umber
changed hands on a basis ot r of unemployetl. whllo apnarontly still
inrgc, lias necn consuiernbly reduced 0
late. This obviously enhances the pur
chasing power of tho people and confi
denco In tho futuro Is gradually strength
ening. Developments In Iron nnd steel lant
mnniii were of such an encouraging na-
than yesterday's opening prices, or about
steadv with yesterday's bad . close. In
addition to today's fresh receipts of
ewes several loads were carried over
from tho day previous, which shows that
tho packers had at their disposal moro
than they wanted at current prices. Tho
buyers' chief learlsh argument was the
itiyora' chief learlsh argument was the mro that nrlcrs In rprfntn flnlahed llnM
bad condition of the eastern trade In havo been advanced 11 a ton-a slgnlfl
tirrsseu. minion, coiipicu vtim iuu iiui
receipts hero today,
Tho outstanding feature ot the week
has liron n tiricn decline of 204f30o on
lambs and 1020o on aged sheep In faCo
of tho fact that thn receipts to date havo
heon unusually light, Indicating that the
general tntdo In lambs nnd sheep alike
continues In rather had shape nnd that
It will tnko very moderate receipts to re
store tho trado to a good, healthy condi
tion. Heavy Januory receipts around tho
market circuit Is offered as ono of tho
explanations 6t current unsatisfactory
trado conditions. While thn receipts at
South Omaha for January hroko all rec
ords, tho sis western markets received
somo 1,057,0 In head of sheep and lambs,
cant fact In view ot the freedom with
which concessions wero fortierly offered
Commercial failures this week are 37
agnlnst 300 Inst year. Failures In Canada
unmoor 67, (against 4a last year.
IIUADSTKBKT'S Tll.VniJ REVIEW
Piihllenf Inn Sees Optimism
nlnar (o Spread,
NEW YORK. Feb. C.-I3radstrcot' will
Optimism continues to snrnad ami In
some lines of Industry,' particularly Iron
nun sicci, iicum i improvement keeps en-
ijiuruging paco with sontlmcnt. Withal.
iw iia-itia J a. piivvi' aamt iniiiiioi . . . . " -" --- ., nu tllinii
tho second largest January supply on Jcro Is sufficient Irregularity, primarily
record nnd within 60.000 ot tho record In l.ra.conu' to Unscaaonnblo weather con-
Januarj', 1912. unions, to act as a checkreln on tho gen-
tjuotatlona on sheep and lambs: Lambs. " . "'"ency towarti interment,
good to choice. $7.21117.40; lambs, fair to J" lhe forefront Is tho fact that trado
good, $8.Wtf7.20: lamps, culls, $S.60y.&0; l"0 larger uistriuutors Is expand-
yenrllngs, light, $l.35fl,60; yearlings, nm' fr so cnrly In tho season It
hnav ti v !liffl R V varAliinra trnml - AlmlnA I iTlAV DO (iCCITlfti in lift Simoilt-n Hhitlv trsil
$.V50V5.R0; wct!tcrs, fair to good, $.-.2.Vfp h,,n rnovements on tho whole surpass
C.50; owes, good to choice,
owes, rair to goon, i4.bOUu.lo.
102 cornfrd lambs ., ,,. 7S
27 cornfed lambs 77
177! cornfed lnmbs Tii
1C9 feedor lambs 62
254 feeder lambs , 60
2S2 cornfed lntnbn (X
61S cornfed lnmbs 70
cornfed lambs 73
87 cornfed lambs 73
101 Colorado lambs ..
2S3 Colorado lambs ...
250 Colorado lambs ...
220 Colorado lambs ...
lt'3 Colorado ewos ....
110 Montana lambs ..
304 Montana lambs .,
2?.) Montana lambs ..
44! cornred yearlings
CS Montana ewes ....
199 Montana nwes ...
202 Montana owes ...
$5.15315.30; J"0"" or th In time last year, Buyers aro
.iiu luuuiiiK marKota, ana whllo repre
sentatives of somo lines havo rtevntrri
7K! tho week mostly to Inspecting display.
Krnuuai improvement Is tho' order of tho
J?, failures for tho week mere
J0. which compares, with 253 In 1913.
tViS?ti.c5(J,0,rtB for th0 WMk "KRregato
3,. !, bushels, against 3,885,763 last year.
report op cLB.inmn iiousn
Transactions of Asaoclnted Banks
tor the Weelr.
NEW YORTf. L-vt, en.i...... i
cjcarlngs report for the week ending
WZi vPhJ?' mu' n?ws "h aggregate ot
$3,114.25(1,000, as against SS.TtW.BSOOO last
?)elf. nna t3.3C9.O5W1000 In tho correspond
Ing week last yoar. List of cities:
:c. iicets, per id., ze. uurnips, ier
lb.. 2c: Rutabagas, per lb., lUc. Collfor
nla Jumbo celery, per doz., S3c. Cider,
per keg, $3.25; per naiD udi., ij.o. unai
lots, per doz., 60c. Parsley, per doz.,
40r. Radishes, ncr doz.. 60c. Head lol-
tuce, per doz., $1.00; home-grown leaf
Cows and heifers havo been very slow
all the week, tho samo as beef steers,
and nrlces at all nolnts havo been on
thu downward grndo. Tho maritct hero
for tho week Is figured as 15f(20o lowor
than last week, with tho trado slow ,at
mockers and feeders have been very
slow during the lost two days or more, so
that any advance that may havo been
mndn at tho first of tho wrek was wiped
out and prices nro no better than at tho
closo ot last week. Quito a good many
1,000 71H 70V4
ltti,, nor rtnr... Mc. rtrnnn tionnirn. nnr I Cattlo are Still In tllO hand Of SPflCU'
basket. 60c. Wax or greon beans, per Intors and tho feeling with them was
hamper, $5.00. Hot house cucumbers, per weak nnd lower today, with very little
dozen. $2.50. Cauliflower, per crate, $2.25. country demand.
Venetian garlic, por lb., 12V4c. Eggplant, Quotations on cattlo: Good td choice
per doz., $1.60. Horseradish, 2 doz. hot- boot steers, $8.00Q8.C0: fair to good beef
tics in caso, per case, $2.00. Walnuts, steers, $7.768.00; common to fair beef
No. I soft shell, per iu lac. aiodlum steers, xu.7iiwf.v&: goon to cnoico cornieu
pecans, per Ib 12c; pecuns Jumbo, per heifers, $fl.76iJ7.73; good to choice cows,
lb.. 15c. Filberts, per lb., 15c. Drako JO.25i07.25; fair to good grades, $3.40nfl.20;,
almonds, per lb., ISc; Ilrazlls, per lb., common to fulr grades, $4.0OSf5.40: good to
18c, Rlack walnuts, per lb., 2c. Raw cholco stockers and feeders, I7.50ifjf.00;
No. 1 peanuts, per lb., 7c; Jumbo pea- fair to good stockers and feeders, $7,251(1
nuts, per lb., Sc; roaBt peanuts, por lb,, 7.60; common to fair stockers nnd feeders,
SHc. Shell bark hickory nuts, per Id., $C.757.25; stock cows nnd heifers, $S.7B51
6s; largo hickory nuts, per iu 4c. wiiito 7,00; stock calves, $fl.60t8.25; venl calvon,
Rico popcorn, per lb 4c. Checkers, per $S.OO10.00; bulls, stags, etc., $5.60477.23.
100-pkg. case, $3.60; per 60-pkg. caso. $1.73. Representative sales:
Cocoanuts. tier sack. $5.60: each. tic.
Chestnuts. Imnorted Italian. Per lb.. 10c:
sack or bbi. lots. ac. noney, wnuoi
Clover, 24-scctlon case, per case, $3.50.
iMnn cen. 41.
dO CT. .a
An ct. 6a
A. C. L. lit 4.
rul, A Ohio 4a
.. ItH K. C. 80. ref. ta...
., IS U B. deb, 4a 1131,
..101 L N. unl. 4a...
,.101 M. K. L T. lit 4i
..1114 "do can. 4Via
..Ill Mo. Paclflo 4a....
ranama Ja eoupoD..loiH flo conr. 6;....... 75
. ,.r. Ar. LI F. IV. IV. Ol 1. t Mi
AT. T. ct. 41. M .V. Y. C. . IHi.--exm.
Tobacco ....1 Mo deb. 4a Va
Armour Co. . U 'N. T. N. II. ft II.
N. L W. lit c. 4a. M;
twit -ao ct. km
HV No. Pacific 4i n
do H , CV4
92 (1 H 1. rMr i. ua:
Brook. Tr. CT. a... j renn. ct. nu. . m
Can. ot Oa. S 104 do eon. 4a wi
On. IUber i..... iiaaaina: sen. 41 tV4
Ctiea. t Ohio aw-. ,. a. r. It 41 7
A oouv. 4V4 "H 'do Zn. 1 63
Cblcaso A. M 'St. I-.fi. W. c 4t, 76Vi
r n a U m " a. ja aai, tw. . . ,j
do en. 4i 3;go. rac col, 4.... I!
r M & fi P 4Vi. l5! do cr. 4i iu
C It. I. r. c 4i 4SH do lit ref. U. 3
do rfr. fa.... I!Bo. Railway 6a 100i
P . H. r ft 4-ii- V4 do (en. 4i T6?
1), ft 11. ct4i SIH Union pacific 4i.... tTiK
D ft It- O. ref, H- 73H do er. 4a M,
m.llllrra 6a 5i do lit ref. 4l... 3U
lSrla r. I. 4a., 17 U V. . Ilubber 6....108H
do sen. 4i n. nieei sa M...10JI,
do CT. " " v.neui. aa 9a
111. On. lit ref. 4i II Wahaah .t ft ei. 4i 40
Inter. Met. 4V4i 7IS Weatern Md. 4i 60
Inter. M. M. 4Vii-. u Weat Klac. ct. Ci.. MS
Japan Hi " wrnirai ta. . ..13
Quotations lurnlahed tr Earns. Drinker ft C.,
4I Omaha Na'lontl bank tulldlncs
Auburn, tveti. ia, i?u n 100
Aberdaan u. I-. aa, nil, it
American Can ta, 1926 U
tudabr I'acklnt; Co.. la. 1M4 WV,
Cedar Co. Neb.. Kch. Dla. 6a. ltlt.. tl
Detroit Terra. & Tun. 4Sl. 111 K
rmit ft Co. pfd Kli
Dundte. Net.. 6a, t23 tl
Dee Molnea, sen. 4Vii. lt 100 Vi
Kail KIT. l-o.. n. u.. ea, ue
St. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
RT. JOSEPH. Feb. 6. CATTLE Re
celpts, 4,600 head; market steady; steers,
fn.ibUB.vu; cows unit lienors, i.uw(i7.o; i ,.
calves, $6.00010.00. i V.V..1-.01""
HOCIS-RecelntB. 4.600 head: market 6fi I insuurgit
lOr. lilnlmr- inn tS ISfl- I, nil to VJTiU rjt MvansSH tltv ...
HI I U lit' ANV lAatUH ueceipts. SOU I ruiiciaco....
head; market steady; lambs. $7.0OU7.60. .,TU mor"
. . I ..liniinHlKJllS
urj , . i mi w iiisravi-i. I j ,--.1..
NEW YORK. ireb. 6.-DRY OOODB ..ii... c"
Thcd ry gods markets wero quiet today. Detroit ""
Domestic and foreign wools wero bought
moro rrociy. itntniiors uro numerous in mrAitA
thn .r,nrl..l. Tim,, nr. htivlm. llb inn.. 1 Vt ' li .
niiorniiv hut, ii.nni. Irlr.u",v,.,,
...... i Aiiiwati ten
HARD LINES FOR EX-RULERS 'teM '""'
SpeclineiiH of Rulers Out of n Jol I Donyor
TnlioKirniitttBr to Pov- Jndlananolls
ertV Klnt. Hfl 1 W City
ICvll ilnm havn fnllnn nnnn .k onn. I Mu ll"luu"l U....
tlmo royallty of Europe and Asia. Tlmo Duluth V.'.V.V
was when theso cx-klngs, queens and i.'ea Alolnes,
former princes and princesses wero roll- Tacoma
Ing In wealth. Fates havo gone against Oakland
them, nnrt with thn lniui nt their horl. iPOOtia ..
tagos many of them aro In absoluto pov- f,i,ni B0'
rty. Not so many years ago those de- Hacrainento
throned by conquest wore royally cared Cedar Rapids.
for. Today many of them nro In dlro i,".0,ooi ,'
straits. r." .V. v"
Peter Ixibengula was hlniiclt tho leader ISloomlngton, 111 ... .
of the Rhodeslan rebellion of 18M. nnd it "den. Utah....
was he who mado terms with Cecil
Rhodes at tho famous council In tho Ma-
Ho went to England after the Matabelo
war and toured the country with "Havago (Wichita ..
South Africa." Eventually ho turned col- Topokq
l'.cr, and for two years worked lit the Age
CHICAtiO LIVE STOCK MARKET I ....
At. Tr. No. At. 1'r.
1139 7 7o 2! ,1100 I 16
690 7 65
OTHERS AND HEIFERS.
llt 7 63
Cattle Slow, (.eiierally Steady
CHICAOO. Feb. . CATTLE Ilpcnlnln.
1,600 head, markets low, generally stendy:
hooves, $7.004D.CO: Texas steers, HWW
b.vi; western steers, iu.wj7.w; stockers I
ami teeners, u.timu.iu; cows una hellers,
$3.508.60; calves, $7,255? 10.25.
HOQS ReceiDts. 2C.O0O head! marltot
f.troiiK and 6c higher; bulk of sales. iS.Wfi
8.70; light, $8.4508.70; mixed, JS.45ffjS.75:
neavy, ts.wtus.io; rough, 1s.4y4iB.5u; pigs,
SHEEP AND IjAMBB-Rccclnts. 6.000
neaa: marKct steady to lira niciier: native.
$4,OV2(u.&5: western. tl.70S5.85: vearllngs.
$5.8506.85; lambs, native, $0.7iR7.75; west
ICnnsns City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. 6. CATTLE
Receipts, 600 head; market a shado
higher; fed steers, $8.6089.25; dressed beef
steers, $7.5ft(T.60; western steors, $7,002
8.50; southern steers. I5.25QS.10; cows.
Jt.25tt7.00; heifers, $C.7509.00; stockers and
teeners, ih.jw.w ouus, v.wfl.w, calves,
H0 6 6n
1100 C 76
880 6 90
1050 6 16
1070 0 2G
ilea B at
762 6 tl I,,....
7tt i 75 1.
790 7 00 3
ites 6 is 2
1290 6 26 1
6VI 6 36 1
90 6 00 1
90 S3 6,
...1111 6 40
,,.1160 C 60
,.,1170 6 66
... 611 8 73
,...9!0 6 76
...1406 6 76
...1160 7 00
...1013 7 00
... 110 7 73
... 790 7 00
... 640 7 26
...'ill 7 to
...1630 e U)
...1760 1 76
... ZOO I 16
KB 10 00
croft pita at Pendleton, until pneumonia I OPPORTUNITY
Bfizcu 111111 unu vvuo luuuwuu uy Illinois
Ami nnw Iia ilrtiirM nnl eylaUnen on a.
mlocrablo ten shillings a week allowed H"""' Aspirants for Siicce.s, roo-
hlm under tho Insurnnco act. cssmir Anility, Hulckly
Other countries aro not so generous. Henr the Call.
Tnko the case of former Queen IUnava-
lona of Madagascar. AVhen the. I' rench Forty-four years ago a farm boy left
dothroncd her she was given a mall the plow to undortako. work oa. a railroad
nouse in Algiers anu a sun snmucr ieu- section hand. Now ho rotlm
slon. Some llttlo time ago alio wus per- prcsldoncy of ono of tlio greatest railroad
mltted to visit Paris, No carrlago or corporations In tho world and proposes
car was placed at her disposal; sho was to spend tho rest of his days on a farm
Ae r.,1. In n., tl,A nlirht III ..... . ., IU,
..."..v, ...w uul , a niiKiitiy a fferent rnnnr.1...
. ." . U ( 1 ,
HOClS-Recelpts, 3.600 head; market today's recelnts
10c higher; bulk, $8.3088.K; heavy, $8..Va very fair
8.67H; puckers and butchers, $9.35fl8.57V, or ft fto h
1x.2vu8.4s; pigs. (.iwi'.i5. 1 r.rr.. .- i.
LrtA- Sort 4.000 smallerthan last wTek, and
L:yw$y'R tSsti ryrs,;yeTr-ilg,o,,,ter thnn for tho eamo
W V ZA 0 w 1J
HTOCKERH AND FEEDERS.
t. t33 7 00 3 IT0 7 40
6 612 7 00 6 1071 7 60
( 703 7 80 3 710 7 60
20 7V0 7 36
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr."
33 feeders.. 9S 7 ks 2 neucrs... v.v a m
2 cows 1030 0 60
nnnB The heavy storm that swept
over tho state lust night failed to affect
materially, nnd supplies
for a Friday, about 113
cars, or 10.0U9 head, being received. Sup
plies for tne rive uayu total w,si, oeing
In spile of tho fact that ndvlces from
Chlcnirn wrra not verv encourairlnir. tho
St. LopIs Llvo Slock Mnrkot. local trade opened out In good shape, tho
ST. LOUIS. Feb, 6. CATTLE Recelnts. first bids being strong to 60 higher than
1.S00 head; market steady; native beef I yesterday's average. Packers were alow
steers, w.itmv.a; cows and he rcrs. ii.Z5it in getting out. and tno morning was wen
Hi: stocKers nnu teeners, a.wai.w. advanced uetoro much ot anything was
southern steers, 5.75Q8.00; cows and belt- done. When the movement finally did
ers. $4.U036.w; calves, 1c.wvn.75. 1 start, however, values wero right around
HOGS Recelnts. 9.200 head: market Ixi I a. nickel hlirher than vesterdav s ireneral
higher; pigs and lights. l7.OO08.fcO; mixed trade, and fully as good as the closo. As
and butchers, $8JX38.82'; good heavy, tho morning advanced, a good demand
$8.70'4e83. from all quarters put a llttlo moro
BllFKP AND LA-il8-lU5colpts, 2.000 strength Into the trade, nnd before the
head; murket steady; natlvo muttons, close hogs wero selling as much as &t(
$5.O0fiG.50; lambs, $7.007.65.
10c higher than Thursday's average, and
nearly a nickol higher than yesterday's
best time. Taking tho trado all thn way
through, values am generally a hlg Co
hlahor. As Is to bo expected In such
stormy weather, some ot the trains were
Sioux Cltr Live: Stock MnrUet.
SlOl'X CITY, la., Feb. 6. CATTLE
Receipts, mm head ; murket 10c higher;
Mullw Minora tH "itfta tiA rnwi nn,1 hdlfnr.
t5.60fiV70: canners. $125A4.60: calves. 37.i delayed.
41IO.OO Hulk of tho sales was made at $8.25ff
HOOb Receipts. 5.0X1 head: market kcl8-W. and tops sold as limit as Js.k.
highor; heavy, $8.30(88.45: mixed. $8.20 nickel better than yesterday, and the
8.30 ; light, is.iwjm.--u; duik of sales, $8.25 niKiiesi price paia so tar mis year,
SHEEP AND LAMHS-Receipts. 60
heud; market steady; fed muttons, $5.60&
t.50; wotners, K.tuUD.7o; ewos, M.ouyo.lj;
laniDj, v wul.w.
Lire Stock In Starlit.
Receipts of live stock at the six prln
cattle, nogs, oueep.
WW 3.6OT 1.000
VainnonL i'reamery 1 Vr cent Pfd.. 19
Fairmont Creamery 6 per nt guar.. 99",
Harrli Co.. Tex., 4lla. 1163 9'
lo.a llr Lt. ta. 1132.,.. 91
Sioux City ...
St. oJsepli ...
9,025 68,200 15,250
NEW YORK. Feb. G.-Hl'aAHRaw.
firm; Mmrovado, 2.9Sc; centrifugal, X48c;
molasses, 2.73c; refined, steady.
Ko. At. Bh. Pr. N. At. Bh. Pr.
Ti., 143 ... I it CI 213 6) 1 40
36 117 ... I IS 36 266 ... I 40
101 Ill ... I 20 II 411 60 I 40
70 111 no 123 7t nt ... inn
64 230 40 I 26 0 231 ... 6 41
66 216 ... I 60 60 217 10 6 46
61., Ill ... 6 30 74 341 ... 6 46
71 310 100 6 30 79 239 ... I 46
76. ......J19 40 1 30 60 260 60 6 46
13., 203 ... I 0 M 147 ... I tC
64 114 ... I to 73 S49 ... 6 46
77 217 60 I SO 17 113 ,,, 6 4i
77 8 ... 30 M S ... 146
71 303 60 I 60 6.1 307 20 46
46 200 ... I 3214 47 240 ... 6 43
71 3C3 120 6 II14 62., 217 ... 6 41
71 341 ... 6 36 70 142 (9 I 46
71 tt 160 I 36 47 140 ... 6 46
C7 . ...194 ... I 36 6i 347 . . 6 46
61 tit I 34 70 24t 20 6 46
20 MD . I 36 69 364 IN t IS
SO 214 ... I 36 H 324 . I 4t
JO ., 216 IV, II .... 217 . I 46
42 .206 I jr. W .961 ... I 46
M 310 . 6 36 . 304 I 10
go shopping, and sho was not taken to
theaters or social gatherings. Most of
her tlmo sho passed In her room, looking
out through tho window nt what waa Go
ing on below.
At last she was driven to apply to tho
authorities for a possago back to Algiers,
and there sho has slnco remained, living
In tho most humblo fashion lmuglnublc.
Yet tho Island over which sho onco ruled
Is larger than Franco Itself.
Another former queen, Lllluokalanl,
that to which , his youth was given.
BUCh Is tho cpltomo Of tho career a?
William C, Urown, who lettves tho ttw
York Central lines, at whoso head ho haa
neon ror five years. Nothing better lllu.
trates tho amazlrig opportunities which
this country afforded In the, era ,of rail
road building and extension In tho clos.
Ing years of tho last century nnd th
opening ones of tho present.
The probable successor to ox-Prcsldent
"- . '-"' Drown I. Alfr.,1 7r
onco monarch of Hawaii, has dropped , , - "iw, who oegan
Into utter obscurity. " 1 .ccr ua a """engcr boy for
About two years ago an Italian of
good nppcaranco was arrested, charged
with pilfering a Paris shop. Investiga
tion proved that ho was a son ot the
late duko of Aosta, who, as Ainadco I.
was king of Spain for several years In
ranroaa company and Is now senior
vco president of tho Central lines, v
T, Underwood, president of tho Erl
began his railway .service as a clerk and
a brakeman. President Truesdalo of tha
jjeiawarc, Lackawanna & Western
tho earlv '70s. Ho has d ss pated his starioti at tno Doitom In rnl road work
fortune, and for many months had been "whancs u, Mellen, who recently retired
living a hand-to-mouth existence. He jfrom tho Now Haven, was onco a clerk
admitted his guilt, confessing that ho
was literally and absolutely ponnlless,
HO was committed to Jail, but evehtu
ally an anonymous person, probably a
in a railroad cashier's office His suc
cessor, Howard Elliott, was a telegraph
operator In tho bcglnlng. Samuel Rea
began work at 15 in the engineering de-
royal relation, paid his debts and he was rartmont ot tho Pennsylvania railroad
discharged. of which he is now president, succeedlnc
Another royalty who haa been led by James McCreo, ' whoso carcor betrnn n.
extravagance Into dlro trouble Is Princess a rodman. George P. Ilaer, head of tho
Alexandra of Iscnburg. Jlor debts are Reading system,, started at 13 as a news
said to amount to $16,000,000, and she her- paper offlco boy. Ono of th rsnerintiv
self has been left in a penniless condl- conspicuous examples of a rlso In honor
Hon. and power la Herbert H. Vreeiand. hn
Russia Is the country whero you may i,. filled a most imnort..nt ,i i
see tho extremes of wealth and poverty, .trcet railway systems of Manhattan.
rrinco .-vianuron. a uioiani couhkuuh ua having been president and general man
the royal family. Is said to have literally I neer of th(1 Metmi.oiii.n .i.
died of starvation. Having r lost his tor- compony unii s now ,lead of tho
tune, no lurneo moiiK. anu wio story is York nauwayB company. At 13 he be
that having retired Into a cell Ho was gan to crn , , ,
forgotten by hi, brother 'monk, and was Jce cartSi then -ho gravel, worked
found dead from lack of food. Ba t k w,k.r. .u,,fnV,m
In Odessa, another Russian of royal tTfAlTht hPnWm. a l".Z.
. - .-..... ...-.. ...... klCIV(
descent, the Prlnces Helena Lulubcldse,
works as a bricklayer's assistant, while
tho French wlfo of a wealthy Russian
noble living In St. Petersburg has a
lady's maid who owns tho title of
princess Paris Figaro.
he was advanced to an executive position
from which he became a controlling
force In street railway consolidation and
History of tho world lias shown, and
doubtless will continue to show, that
tfcero aro always opportunities for tho
Johnson vs. Cobb.
Frank Chance Is nuoted as saying; "I'd I eager aspirant for success, and that it
rather have Walter Johnson on my team tho world oyster Is opened tho fortuno
than Ty Cobb, A pitcher, you know. Is
six-tenths of your ball team, and If a
mun had a couple of good ones like John
son you would not havo to worry much
about the balance of your team." Never
theless, wo havo observed no nennanta
floating in Washington since Johnson's
of finding the pearl may follow Brook
Tho PurMstent and Judicious lie ot
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