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lloaaes tn4 Cottages,
1 N. 11th Pt Phone D 884 or Wsb. 133.
Store, more, pack, ships: J-hcrse van
ad 3 men. 11. par hr.j storsge SI rer
mo. Satisfaction guar, P. 4338 A Tr. PO.
Jf T) .4 B),P- i moving.
I,. KPPQ Parking torage,
AYVV.VA 1W7 Farnam. D. 414.
Van and Btor.
.. 1 . V
J man. ILK Mr hr. ihl
W hT complete list of all houses,
apartment and flat that are for rent.
1 hit list can be seen Ire of charge at
Omaha Van A Btorag Co.. 808 So. ;th St.
-ROOM modern houae, TO N. 80th.. 130
per month. Call Red 4S0S.
trea aad office.
Dowatowa stores. L. H. Hill. 830 Bran. Th.
W ANTED TO BUT
GET Kaplan' prtcea for d hand turn.,
ahoea. clothe, before selling. Web. 7600.
Yal buy everything- 2d hand. Tyler 1418.
CASH for you n ir male fox terrier. State
price, etc. Address F 87, Bee.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C Reed, 1207 Farnam. Doug. S146.
Wlfl BUY 2d-cand clothes. 121 N. 84th.
VAftX RANCH UKDI FOR I A LB
TO SETTLERS ONLY 830-ecra for $300;
rich com, alfalfa and wheat land, no
and. J. A. Tracy. Ft. Morgan. Colo.
BARGAIN 240-ac re dairy farm, near Ba-
.. '1"J .?.; wrlta for Iu" description and
Hat of 109 Kansas farma for aale in central
.nmnm. y. j.. ruiquette. Banna, Kan.
. iana, cios to it. R, town, 2n acres,
w"v, eu mummy; i acre, 3700. 11
monthly; o acre. $1,300; no interest, no
laioe, no rorleltur; beat bargain In
Houth Missouri; literature freej D. Mer-
nam, mum genton, Kama City. Kan,
UOOD home in south Mo. cheap and on
eaay term. Write me for prloaa. J. C
Wyukoop. Mountain View. Mo.
' ' CATTLEMEN'S HDTTTOV.
Tha Panhandle Cattlemen's association,
meet in El Paso, Tex., March 2, 8 and 4.
This and other attraction mean possibly
w w ffr.Qw viaiior xo n,i raw.
THE) EL PAMO MORNING TIMES
v will issue at that time a
GATTLKM EN'S EDITION
that will equal any newsDaoer ever nro-
duced In El Paso. This edition will not
only De of interest to stockmen, but to
all those who have land to sell or ex
change. YOUR AD SHOULD BE- IN THE
OF FEBRUARY 28 TO MARCH 4
if you wish to reach the people of west
Mexaa, new Mexico, Arizona and state
of Chihuahua and Bon or a. Mexico.
El Paso is the commercial center of
EL PASO MORNING TIMES'
CIRCULATION DAILY OVER 18,000,
SUNDAY OVER 23.000.
Advertising rate Mo per inch dally; $3.00
per men lor the 6 laaues; by the word lo;
minimum ZSo dally; 4o per word for the
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
FOR FARM LANDS;
i ADVERTISE NOW.
THERE IS NO BUSINESS DEPRES
SION IN SOUTHWESTERN TEXAS.
ADDRESS WANT AD DEPARTMENT.
EL PA SO MORNINO TIMES,
EL PASO, TEX.
FOR SALE 80 acre, 6 miles north of
Central City, Neb. Mrs. Amy Stavely,
860 Lincoln Aye.. Council Bluff.
RANCH for aale, 640 acres, 60 acre
under, cultivation, 800 valley, cut
75 ton hay, all fenced, 40 cattle, 7 horse.
Price Including; stock $7,000. Cash. No
trade. Lowe A Young. Mullen, Neb.
SECTION Kimball Co. Oruaa. 1101 Paul.
WANTED Small loan on quarter Motion
and oawsen county, years, or will
ell eaay term a. Addreaa E 38, Bee,
Seat usury and general crop atat In the
union; settlers wanted. Land for sale at
low price on easy terms. Aak for book-
let No. M on Wisconsin Cantral Land
tUrant. Excellent lands for stock railing.
If interested In fruit land ask for book
let on Apple Orchard. AddreeaLaBd and
, . Industrial Department, Moo Una Railway,
BEAIi KSTATE LOAXS
CITY and farm loans, a. per sent.
J. H. Dmnont Co.-leul Farnam. Omaha
WANTED city loan and warranta. W.
I arnanr Smith aV Co.. 1330 Farnam.
$100 to 110. (Ml mad promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldf., 18th and Farnam St.
WANTED City loans Peter Tmat Co.
OMAHA homes. Eaat Nebraska tar us.
O'KEEFE REaL F.STATB CO..
1014 Omaha Natl. Douglas 1711
1M to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bid-., lath ana fc'arnam Bts.
UABV1N BBQS .nt
SEE us first -for farm loans In eastern
Neb. , United State Trust Co., Omaha.
PITV I11UI o j-. ii
CITY property. Lara loan a a peal ally.
w . a Dwni
rhoma. xa Stat Bank Bid.'
MONK J on nana tor city and farm loan.
H. w. Binder. Our Natl. Bank Bids. ,
REAL ESTATE FOB EXCHANGE
WANTED To trad, my farm conalstlns
of V acres, only V mile from Burton,
Neb.; -has grove of several thousand
trees; running water; three springs; cuts
44 tons of hay; 0 acres of farm land; all
fenced; encumbrance of $1,800; will trade
for Omaha residence or bungalow prop
erty. Address O. B. Flannlgan, Burton.
I HAVE 100 acre choice western land; t
need late model auto; will make It an
object. 8. H., 4624 Grand Ave. Phone
EXCHANGES Uaa ROBBINS. D. 842,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
HERD Abstract Co.. oldest abatrart o
flee In Nebraska. Vw Brandela Theater.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modrn abstract office. Ju S. 17th St.
Phon Douglas 44b7.
Buy Acreage Now
Do not wait until aprinir to buy acreage.
Select your plot now; you will be able to
carry out your plan better and get an
W oan offer you splendid tract at a
low price now. April 1 these aame tracta
will sell for a higher price. Below is a
brief description of some of our beat
offer. We suggest that you see about
then and other today.
Fifteen acres. West Center, five block
from car. Fine improvements; cost ever
$)0.0u8. Price. $16,000.
Twenty acre, a little further out Good
improvements All In fruit and conceded
to be the equal of any fruit farm in the
lata. Price. $U.0u0.
Twcntv acrea, northweat of Florence.
Very fair Improvements, lots ot fruit and
shrubbery. This land la rolling, tut fine
for fruit, poultry or bog raising. Prle,
Forty acres, north of Florence, about
three miles. Improvement not very
good, but all right. Price, $5.W0.
Five acres, about V mile south of Soutl
Omaha city limits, with A No. 1 Im
provement, mat coat at least 4,uuu.
Five seres. In-same locality. Improve
ment! fair. Price. $3,000.
O 'Neil's It. Ii. & Ins. Agency,
J50S FARNAM ST. TtlL. TYLt.lt 10
REAL ESTATF ACREAGE
Located north of Krug park on SJd St..
a short distance front the pavement
H'Rh. level, and one of the prettieet
place In Dourlaa county for bulldlna: the
suburban home you hve been dreaming
ai-out and plannlnir aometlme to have.
Reduced to $2,floo for quick ale; about
one-half rash required.
Shuler & Cary
Phone D 4KB.
?4 State Bank Bid-.
$ AND 10-acre tracta close in for sub
dividing. Phone Doug. 2M7.
We have a number of client who want
to exchange email tract of land, both
Improved and unimproved, for city prop
erty. THE VOOEL REALTY AGENCY,
101S-U W. O. W. Bldg. -O
REAL ESTATE NORTI1 BIDE
. Must Be Sold
Good Home at a
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE
REFUSED for a good 7-room, 8-atory and
attic, atrlctly modern house, having 4
bedroom on 2d floor and a full cemented
basement. Adjoining: KounUs Plnce. In
first-class condition throughout. Located
on east front lot and paved street, with
paving paid In full. Practically new gar
age. This place is cheap and well worth
$4,200, but owner must sell at once and
WANTS AN OFFER for quick aale.
Loan Aas'n hold a 13.000 mortgage on
thl place.- What Will you glv forequltyT
Investigate If you want a bargain.
George & Company
Phone D. 75. 902 City Ntl Bank Bldg.
The beat plan and the best built house,
en a valuable east front lot. on the boul
evard. Lot BfixIM.
Six big rooms
One bedroom, 12x23.
Screen and shade.
All oak floor.
Special made dooes.
Thl house I finished with white "Me
dusa" cement stucco, on metal lath and
will stand Inspection. Let us show you.
The number I 6832 Florence Boulevard.
Price will aell It.
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
Tyler 187. 742 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Light fine garden lota to select from In
Hitchcock's First Addition, between 36th
and 40th St., between Lake and Maple.
PRICES, $ltl0 to $250.
Term $1 down, $1 per week, without
Telephone Douglas 2696.
) HARRY BILBY.
1018-14 City National Bank Bldg.
Five-Room Modern House
For Only $2,500.00
Hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen,
2 bedroom and bath on second floor;
full basement, bricked up and cemented,
with furnace heat; east front lot, 60x124,
on 22d St., not far from Kountxe Park.
Renting now at $22.60 per month.
W. H. GATES
47 Omaha NaTl Bank Bldg. D. 1294.
I WANT you to look at mv K-rnom house.
1823 Lothrop St.: get at inside and ex
amine it; it it loos good to you, we will
do business: reception hall, narlnr. n.
brary, dining room and kitchen, four
steeping rooms, iuu attic, with modern,
Improved, nice garage: shade tree and
piemy or rruu; casn required, mighty lit
tic. or vacant lot. C. M. Eaton, Web. 431$
1104 W. Q. W- Bldg.. D. 1984.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
$25 PER MONTH
2216 South 24th St., 7 rooms, all modern,
house nine year old. In good renalr. roll
cement basement, cement walks, 4 block
io acnooi, ngnt .on me car line. See
thl today and make u an offer. Must
be sold before March 1.
THE VOGEL REALTY AGENCY, .
1015-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
Douglas S6l or South 281.
NEAR BEMIS PARK
6 room, all modern nak finish in tid
ing room, elegantly furnished hath -.-
south front lot, with paved street; paving
sit iiu. j nee dui 4,uuv. nere u your
chance to get something nice.
C. G. CARLBERG,
' 812 Brandela Theater Bldg.
N4rh hnnw. Dm-i.
Owner leaving city; sacrifice for quick
ale. Wright ft Lasbiiry, 60t So. 16th.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
7 room, all modern, birch ftnUh hni
water heat, elegant east front lot. nav-H
treet, close to car line, first class nelgh-
norimgu, luraira jusi a niocK north Of
Field club on 38th Ave. Price $3,00.
C. G. CARLBERG,
212 Brandel Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
West Farnam $5500
Living room, dining room and kitchen.
first floor; 8 bedroom and sleeping porch,
second floor; oak floors throughout and
oak finish ; tile bath room; complete base
ment; nncK nrepiace; garage and ce
ment driveway and paving taxes all paid.
Houae located one block from Joalyn .
Glover & Spain
8UV20 City National.
WEST FARNAM HOME BARGAIN.
CLOSE) IN, 8-Ra, MOD.
$3,000. RENTAL TERMS.
House well built, ha new furnace.
nicely terraced level lot, shade, paved
treet. etc., fine location. Here's a home
of merit. Price but from $4,000 for quick
McKITRICK R. E. CO., Douglas 1482.
room, new. modern In every wav 1
rooms finished In oak, choice east front
lot; STbu casn or gooa lot will serve a
first payment. See thl and many other
bargain we nave.
106 McCague Bldg.
REAL ESTATE DUXDEB
On Wcbater St.. between 60th and tlst
Tbla la on of the finest locations In thl
beautiful suburb. Adjoining I vacant lot
V 1 .4 -, tl c,rt Th. h.u. 1. .,,11 tm,
tory and la practically new, completely
modern and couldn't be duplicated for
laa than U.lflO. South front lot 0xU5.
One block to car line. Terms,
State Bank Bldg.
New, Well Built Dundee House
Fireplace, buffet, tiled floor In bath
room, finished in oak flrat floor, birch
second floor; south front lot; close to car.
,W. II. THOMAS & SON,
Six.. Bank Blilg.
GRAIN AND PRDOUCE MARKET
Ball. Jump Into Wheat Market Con
trol and Corn and Oatt Are
PRICES REMAIN UNCHANGED
OMAHA. Feb. Ii, 191S.
The bull in wheat have agxtn gained
control of the market, after allowing the
bear the previous day session. There I
little hope that the Danlar.olle will be
jeopened, at least, for some time. Russia
la In need of money ind It la believed th.t
banker control the .train in that coun
try and. that soino will be sent to Im
porting countries -is roon a that port
Considerable rtivnK h was shown In the
corn market, with unsettled weather and
bad roads the ')rln:ip,tl strengthening
Oats also showed strength, and thl Is
probably due to the demand from abroad.
Owing to advances in grain and the small
hog receipt the provision market showed
Omaha Spot Market Wheat was un
changed to 1c lower. Corn whs un
changed, oats were unchanged.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to l,3tX,ono bushels; corn, ,00tf bushels;
oats, 4.0u0 bushels.
Uverpool closed: Wheat not quoted;
Corn, not quoted.
Primary wheat receipts were 63.000
bushel and shipments 978,000 bushels.
gainst receipts nf tjua.000 bushels and
shipments of 40,0"0 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 8si,000 bush
els and shipment 644,000 bushels, against
receipts of 7TO.O00 bushels and shipment
of SM,ono bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were 774.000 bush
els and shipments M6,0OO bushel, against
receipts of 642.U0O bushels and shlpmont
of 634,000 bushels last vesr.
. , ' Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago iso 5 4
Minneapolis 1X1 ... ...
Omaha 7 20 11
Kansas City 46 M 4
Winnipeg 2xi ...
These cash sale were reported today:
Wheat No. 8 hard winter: 2 cars, ll.fr.
No. 4 hard winter: 1 car (smutty), $1.48.
Corn No. 3 yellow: 3 cars. 67c. No. 3
mixed: 1 car, jo. No. 6 mixed: 1 car,
see. Oat Standard: 1 car, 63; i cars.
63Hc; 1 car. 63c. Sample; 1 car, 62c; 2
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: Ntv 1 hard.
$1.60l.fil; No! 3 hard. $1.491.60; No. 4
nara, ii.4fi(m.4; No. 3 spring, 81.4Afil.60;
No. 2 durum. ll.44iAfal.46: Nn. 3 durum.
$1.43Vi&1.44. Corn: No. 1 white. 8S.sf
; No, 2 white. SftftttSVic; No. 3 white,
;fj8c; No. 4 white, tKttWir: No. 6
wnue, WMtfawtc; no. white, wi4fiHc;
No. 1 yellow. 7Hft7c: No. ! vellow.
No. 3 yellow, 67fc7e: No. 4
jenow, BH!UTW)je; io. 6 vellow, 66rific;
No. yellow. 6VUc: No. 1 tnlxrrt 61
tiGlc; No. 2 mixed, ftic; No. 3 mixed.
4'ge: No. 4 mixed, S6V4c: No. 6
mixea, mhv: mo. mixed, WRWio.
Oats: No. 2 white. 634,ihA4r: standard.
MM.&eS&e; No. $ white, SS'JiWic; No. 4
white. 635J4c. Barlev: Maltine- 10f
78o; No. 1 feed, SfhWo. Rye: No. 2, $i.l'i
til. ii ; ix o. , l.ltyy l.lb.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Peatarea of the Trading; and Closing;
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Feb. 25. Emharra r'nmnr.
nnd the prospect of the Russian surplus
uiiuiuK an ouut'i inrougn tne Daitla
nellea made wheat tumble In price today
after an earlv advance. The market
closed unsettled, 2'o to S4fr3!4o under
mm nigni. inner staples, too, all finished
at a net decline corn down Tie to 2V(j
2V4c, oats Vole to lc and provision lij
liic to 65c
Notwithstanding that owing to suspen
sion of United States war insurance,
wheat at first showed a setback, price
quickly developed strength when an
nouncement followed that the govern
ment writing of war risk on vessel
would be resumed, although at double
previou rates. Kxport sales, which finally
aggregated l.&OO.tXk) bushels, helped the
market rapidly up grade.
Then came a quick reversal of senti
ment, seemingly started by gossip that
congress would take some action toward
forbidding the shipment of foodstuffs
to all belligerents. Th weakness ensuing
was rendered worse by dispatches telling
of a fresh bombardment of the Turkish
fort at the Dardanelles.
Emphatls to the likelihood of the open
ing of the Dardanelles gsteway was given
through reports that wheat price in
Russia were already being adjusted to a
nearer parity with quotations In western
Corn took the same path a wheat. As
sertions that exporter nt Baltimore were
reselling com to the west led to heavy
unloading here, especially in' the last
Oat were upheld by notice of European
purchasing that was estimated at 1.000,000
bushels. In the end. however, oat gave
way In sympathy with corn and wheat.
Weakness of grain appeared to strip
the provision market of nearly all sup
port The bear directed their attack
malnlv against pork.
Grain prloe furnished by Logan ft
Bryan office. 315 South Sixteenth street.
Arttclel Open. I Hlgh.l Iw. Close. Yes'y
Wheatl I ( I I
May.l 1 55 I 1671 168 1 53H! 1 W
REAL ESTATE DUNDEE
; A Bargain in
Eight-room modern house, with oak
finish and all convenience, cistern, with
pump in laundry; garage, paved street
and paved alley. Price only $4,160. Sub
let to paving not delinquent.
Thl property I located on the street
car line In a fine neighborhood and I
very cheap at the price.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
418 State Bank. Phone Douglas 690.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
It Will Pay You.
To let u how you several real bar
gains w have in five and alx-room bun
galow. If you are in the market for a
home and want something right and at
a bargain, see us st once.
We have a bungalow In Kountxe Place,
one in Norwood, two in Collier Place,
one at 32d and Poppleton Ave., and sev
eral other. Can make term to suit.
Jorris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Phon Douglas 4270.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Close-in apartment sit. $3x264, only $60
per front foot.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Douglas 1781. War Block. o
NHW YOKK. January 26. 1K15.
The Missouri Pacific Hallway Company.
Notice is hereby given tnat tne annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri 1'aclfiu Railway Company will be
held at the general office of the Compan
In the City of tit. lxuls. Missouri, m
Tuesday. March , IK 16. at o'clock A.
M., for the election aot thirteen director
for th ensuing year, and for the transac
tion of any other business that may
come before aald meeting. Th annual
meeting of the directors will be held at
the same office en the same day- at
twelve o'clock noon. The transfer books
will be closed on Haturday, February I,
lltl$. at twelve o'clock noon, and will he
reopened on Wednesday, March 10, 1V16,
at ten o'clock A. M.
THE MISSOl'RI PACIFIC RAILWAY
COM PAN r. My m. r . bl hji. President.
H. I I'TTER, Berretary. FrbM D12t
NOTICE O STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
Nolle la hereby given that the regular
nnual meeting of the stockholder of the
Knuik Platte Land company will i k.ih
at tli office of aald company at Lincoln,
Nlraka at eleven e liock a n. on Uj
third day of March. A D. lilfi.
C. H. MORRILL. PrealdenL
A. B. MINOR. Becretary.
Lincoln, Nabraaka. bruary 1, 1911.
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Chicago t'ash Irlces Wheat: No. 3 red,
$1.64M4l.67S; No, 2 hard. $1.66ii 1.5SV Corn:
T.Jc, Oats: No. 3 white. V.ti7c: No. 4
"nae. wtivc. nye: iso. , (i.ziitf 1.72.
Harlev Tl'.lxlt-. Caa.i - rri.,,ntR.. .k.va
.5i; clover. 110 6tvj 14.00. Provisions;
i nominal; iara, sicany; ribs, ss.87'j
Rl'TTER "Steady ; creamery, 24iJ2Uc.
l1)TATlk-,i,im. ?t ...... l
' ' v . " n , nisi
KtitJji Lower: receipts, 10.S05 casce: at
mark, cases included, nii2Uc; ordinary
firsts, 2li2U4o; firsts. 22V,c.
POl'I.TllY Alive, unsettled; prlngs,
15Vc; fowls, 14c.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
BITTER No. l. 1-th. carton, ne: No.
$. 60-lb tubf, tc.
, CHEESE Imported Swiss, $4c; Amer
ican Swiss. 2C block Swiss. 22c; twins,
lc ; daisies, lie; triplets. 17c; Young
Amerlus. lo; blue label brick, 174c; llm
butger. -lb.. 20c; 1-lb., 20c; New York
"hlte, ltc; imported French Roquefort.
POTATOKS-Colorado Rurals. 75o bu.;
Red River Ohio, euo bu.; Minnesota,
whites, 66c bu.
FISH Trout, 20c; large crapplea, 16ci
halibut. 14c; channel catrtsh, 14c.
6WKET POTA lt)E-Kanaa, $3.76 bbl
BEKF CUTS-Klbs: No. 1. 16c; No. 2.
14c; No. 1, Uc. lolns: No. 1, 17Wc;
No. 2. 15'sc; No. 8, 1J V Chuck: No. 1.
9c; No. . 8Vjc; No. I, 7o. Rounds: No.
1. 114c; No. 2, 11c; No. 8, lO'.c. I'lates:
No. 1. lie: No. 2, 7Hc; No. 8,
POULTRY Broiler, l4Hc; pring chick,
na. llo: hen, sllo; cock, sc; ducks,
luc; geese, be; turkeys, 11k:; pigeons, per
(tes., 80c; ducks, full feathered, i,, geese,
fulfeathered, 8c; squaba, No, $, $LW, No,
Market quotation furnished by Olllnskl
FRUITS Orange, extra, fancy Alpha
betical, all siscs, $2.is per box; extra
fancy Glcndnra Homes, all staea, $2. Co
per box; extra fancy Hunk 1st, all atses,
$2.50 per box. Lemons, fancy Munklst,
HOOs, 3t, $u.OO per box; choice Red Ball.
$3.60 per box. Grape fruit, 86 and 4s,
$2.00 per box; 64. mi, $2.60 per box; 64a,
$2.26 per box. Apples, extra fancy White
Winter Pearmalnes, $2.00 per box; fancy
White Winter Pearmalnes. 1.76 per box;
extra fancy Washington bpltsenburga,
$1.60 per box; Washington fancy and ex
tra fancy Hoovers, $1.36 per box: fancy
Washington Jonathan, 176. 188 nnd 200
$1.26 per box; extra fancy black Ben
Davis, $1.26 per box; extra fancy Black
Twigs, $1.50 per box; fancy Black Twigs,
$1.36 per box; extra fancy Ganos, H.as
per box; fancy Roma Htauties, 11.60 per
box, 6 box lota or more, $1.40 per box;
Hen Davis, highly colored, $3.25 per bhl.;
Winesaps, $3.60 per bhl. Grapes, Cali
fornia Emperor, $3.60 per bbl.; Malaga,
$6.00 per bbl. Pear. Anjous, $2.26 per
box; Jerseys, $2.25 per box; Kheldon, $2.25
per box; Lawrence, $2.60 per box; Bosco,
$2.25 per box; Kastar, 82.25 per box. Ha
nanas, per bunch, $tT63.60. Strawber
ries, 50c a qt.
VBtJ ETA BLEAOftuU flower. $3.50 per
crate; cucumbers, $2.25 per box; celery,
Jumbo, 80o do. ; leaf lettuce, 40c do. ;
head lettuce, $1.00 dor.; onions, yellow,
2c lb., red. 2c lb., white, 2V4c lb., Span
ish, $1.60 per crate; endive, 35e lb.; arti
chokes, $1.60 dox.; Frusael sprouts, 20c lh.;
California new cabbage, 2o lb.; peppers,
60c basket; onion (shallots), 60c do.; to
matoes. $4.00 per crate; garlic, Italian, 25o
lb.; radishes, 60a do. ; turnips, 60c do.:
spinach, 60c do.: parsley, 60c do.; beans,
$4.50 pe' hsmper. Potatoes, Colorado
rurals, 75c per bu., Rod River Ohlos, Wc
Eer bu., Minnesota whites, 60c per bu.
west potatoes, i.ff per hamper.
MISCELLANEOUS Shelled popcorn.
in per lb.; limes, $1.75. per box; cracker
lark. $3.60 case, case. $1.76; checkers,
$3.60 case, H case, $1.76. Honey, $4.00 per
rase. Cider, New York, $3.50 per keg.
Cocoa nuts, . $3.60 per sack, 76a per do.
Cranberries, Late Hoses, $7.00 per Dhi.,
$2.60 per box. Peanuts, raw, 7c per lb.,
aw, sack lots, Jumbo. 8e per lb., masted,
8V4c per lb., salted, $1.60 per can. Mush
rooms, 50c per box.
NUTS No. 1 California Walnut. 18o
ter l.j black walnut, 3'c per lb.; fil
berts, loo per lb.; pecans, 12le per lb.;
Braslls, 12o per lb.; almonds, 20c per
lb.; 13-11 o. figs, 86c per box; 60-8 ot.
figs, $2.00 per box; sugar walnut date,
$1.40 per box; hallow! date. 8c per lb.
New York Geaeral Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. H.-SUQAR-Future
were in moderate demand early today and
price at noon were m-i point net higher
raw sugar, firm; molasses. 4.06c; cen
trifugal, 4.83c; refined, stesdy.
BUTTKR-Steady; receipts. 4.30S tuba:
creamery extras, 82 score, WHigOc; cream
ery, nigner scoring, i;i2c; creamery
firsts. 27Hi2!Hc; seconds. 25H27Hc
EGOS Unsettled ; receipts. 13.143 cases:
fresh gathered extra, 27S31c; extra flrat,
36Vc; rirsts, Z..VitlJc; econds 24482.5'4c;
nearby hennery whites, 304iOlc.
CHEESE Irregulsr; -receipts. 2,061
boxes; stste whole milk, held specials. 17
(fil'c; stste whole milk, average fancy,
POULTRY Dressed, weaker: western
roasting chickens. 17&21e: fresh fowls. 14V.
ftlSc; turkeys, 13'!lVcr live, steady; west
ern cfhtcken. 15Vic; fowl, I6fil5Hc; tur
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 25. WHEAT
May. $1.46; July. $1.40 bid; No. 1 hard,
$1.60: No. 1 northern. $1.4oV61.tB; No.
2 northern. $1.4261.47.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 6W41M7c.
OAT1 No, 3 white, 6341V.c.
r LiAJt l.alSiJl.B4.
Kaiuuta Cltr Grain and PrsrUlAna
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 6.-WHEAT-No.
z nara, si.dwiti.dz; no. I red, I1.6W1.62'
My- July. $l.lBl.UVs; SepUmber.
72i724c; No. 2 yellow. 71c; No! 3. 69Vtr
iw, Kiy, 't'mjTK'c, juiy, ilc; rvepUjm.
OATS-No. 2 whit, 65HG6c: No. J
IOBla Grain Market.-'
ST. LOUI8. Feb. 26,-WHEAT-No 2
red, $1.52; No. 2 hard, $1.6S'al.67y,; May.
$14-H July, $1.20.
CORN No. 2, 70i70Sc; No. 2 white.
72Hc; May, 71V971V; -uly, 74o.
OATS No. 2, 6666!.:; No. $ white,
New York Money Market. '
NEW YORK, Feb. 26. MERCANTILE)
PA PR 3Vi'u4 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANaE-RCR.lv: 60
day bill. $4,790; for cable, I4.W3S; for de
SILVER-Br, 4Hc; Mexlckn dollars,
BONDS Government, easy; railroad
MONET Time loans, firm; 00 days, fi
per cent: 80 day. 8 per cent; six months,
per cent. Call money, gteudy; bitih,
I per cent; low, 1 per cunt; ruling rste,
1 per cent; last loan. 1 pur cent; ololi g
DlO, 1 per rrni, uurrru ir ci:iii.
Closing quotation on bond today war
V. a. nf. K rag.... "4Mo. tr. 44
ae soupea M4 N. v lm ....
V. t. . rt lontN.T. City liHIl.. loo
So cousos 1I4N. V. gists H 10H
V. . : PWiN. T . N. H. A H.
4e eoupoa IMVi ev, 4s 101
Panama esupoa. .J01V Kn. Pu lllc it 1S
Am. gnellrs a....lS o U
ATAT. ct. 4H.W'4V t). L rml. f so
Armour A Ce. 4m.. l Pe. T. T. is....
Alchlsoa n. 4.... l'frau. Sua. 4 S7 44
Bl. A Ohio 4a... W 4a eoa. t 10S4
M Ohio 44i.. HfUdlji( son. 4s
c H. A q. I 4s ... L AH. F. r. 4s 44
C U 1 H P 4,,..l"0'o. pan. rr. 4s UK
to c. rt. 4..., M),
P. R. I. P. s. 4s J0'4 4o e. M
C r 4Ss. .. S-'i'". Rilr fc m
p. a p.. a nt. 4 Inloo Psrlrlo 4s..... M14
Kris. fs. 4 4 4 T. 4 ft
Urn Klee. 6s 101 V. K. Rubber s... l24
Ot. No. 1st 44s... M I' . uw as Kn)
III s. ref. 4 ... M Wsnsaa lt u M
K. C So. rat. Ss . rrHwat. t'niua 4s... H
U K. sl. 4s ... lWast. Else. . 6s,
at. K. A T 1st 4.. tl
Kvapereled Apple and Dried Pratt
NEW YORK, Feb. 15. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, quiet and
easy. Apricots, steady. Peaches, dull.
Investor with money read th Real Es
tate ad in Th Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick al. I
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Bftt Beeves Steady to Stronger
New High Records for Year on
Sheep and "Lambs.
HOGS SLOW AND SOME LOWER
SOlTIt OMAHA, Feb. 2, 1!15.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Sheen.
Official Monday 8.M1 8 2.1 8.4T
Official Tuesday 6,tW 17.940 13.2"S
Off clal Wednesday .. S.HMt 15. Ml 16.322
Estimate Thursday .... 4,7m 1K.C00 ll.OilO
, Four day this week.. 1S.I49 69.7:2 47.J
nme days last week... 8.669 M.4.' 86. M3
Same days 2 wks. ago.l6.:2 77,(V16 66.V.J
Same days 3 wks. Rgo.lH.6V 36. 873 64.623
Same days 4 wks. ago.ls.rv7 6.l 44.IOI
Same day last ycar..l6.S2.l W.S 60.340
The following table show the receipt
of cattle, hogs and sheep at th South
Omaha live stock market for tha year to
onto as compared wtlh last year:
iuu iii A Ine.
Cattle m.O.i 144.M4 4.4M
' 64K,!Wf. 4T0.1M
Sheep 436.787 42J.4.'! 14.8T.1
The following table show the average
Price for hoss at the H.iuth Omaha lira
lock market for th last tw day, with
Pat. 1816. lli4.im.il8l3,l!ll.Hll.lT.
8 47 IB
8 481 I 24)
17 $ 63H S 8N
Receipt and disposition of llv tock at
the Union Stock Yard. South Omaha, for
the twenty-four hours ending at 8 o'clock
REC EI PTS CAR LO A DS.
I '.111. Lin.. Uh..n vr1...
., i. e oi. tr 7
21 1 1
64 14 2
7 .. 1
7 48 7
W abash 2
Missouri Pacific .... 2
Union Pacific 31
C. A N. W., east.. 29
C. sV N. W.. west.. 4K
C, St. P., M. A O.. W
C. 1 A Q., ast.... 4
C B. A O.. west.. 31
C, R. I. A P.. east.. 8
i'.. it- I. P.. west 1
Illinois Central 1
Chicago a. W 3
Total receipts ..1H7
Dl SPO.SITION-H KA D.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co 404 3.0H7 1,6iH
Swift nd Company.... S00 8.61H 4,024
Cudahy Packing Co.... 6x3 4.101 1,838
Armour A Co 1,104 4,614 3.622
J. W. Murphy 1S6 ' ,v.
St. Clair Packing Co... 36
Cudahy from H, C 37
Armour from 8. C 2K1
W. 11. Vansunt Co 31
Benton, Vnnnant A L. 14
F. H. Lewln 11 .... ....
Huston & Co 8 ....
J. B. Root & Coi 78
J. H. Bulla 44
L F. Husx , 14
Rosenstock Bro 27
Wertlielmer A Dcgen.. 63
H. F. Hamilton 44
Sullivan Bro. "8
Mo. A Kansas Calf Co. 63
Huir man , 4
Roth 10 ....'
Tanner Bro. 20 .... ....
John Harvey ' 82
Other buyer 280
Total 4.880 16,416 12,3S8
CATTLE Receipts were liberal for a
Thursday, 188 fresh car being reported
In. For the week to date tha receipt
mount to 18,248 head, being the largest
since, three week ago and larger than a
year ago by. almost l.OOO head. In other
words, the run today waa most too large
for this lato in the week.
Fortunately there was a good shipping
demand for well finished heavy cattle.
Such rattle were fully steady and In spot
line Higher even than yesterday, a
high a $V40 being paid for the best her.
Tin 1 tha highest price paid for the
month to date, the top In January having
been SN.rw. 1 lie medium to common grade
of beeve were alow seller, and at th
best no more than steady and in some
rase as much a lOo lower tnan yester
Cows and helrera were slow. In some
case buyer who happened to find rattle
of the kind that they wanted paid price
that were steady or right close to steady.
A a rule, however, buyer slarted out
bidding lower from the opening of th
market and that Is the way most of th
cow stuff sold, price being weak to a
much a lOo lower than yesterday.
Stockers and feeders showed little or
no change, the supply being small and
prices firm a compared with yesterday.
Quotations on i': Good to choice
corn fed beeves, $7.60fti.40; fair 1o good
cornfed beeire, f7.ootw.eu; common to
fair cornfed beeves, $6.86407.00; good to
choice heifers. $6.26il6.75; good to clinic
cow, $5.8U4I.S0; fair to good ccrwa, $6.u)
06.75; common to fair cow, 8.1.50-500;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $7.00
4i7.60; fair to good stockers and feeder.
86..Wd7.00; common to lair sioc iters ann
feedera, $6,764t60; stock heifers, $S.rt
.on: stock cow. $4.76'jS.7.,i: stock calvea,
$6.ootf)8.00; veal calve, 87.00ttlO.OO; bull.
stags, etc., m.t&tju.zo.
Ns. Av. Pr. No.
. 171 7 1
.110 7 so
,1IM 7 W
.1401 8 tO
1 4T4 4 K)
4 W0 4 Tl U
ki i to
II HOI I M 7
1 1MI I Hit 17..,..
1 .....Uo7 T u
..... ; no iu 4
4 41 6 SU 4.....
7.0 4 00 10
14 M M
. 4 I1 7 00 1
1 M0 7 2i X....,
I no 7 to 1
1 8M I wu I
..744 8 .
..1018 4 U
..no 6 4o
.. I4 1 0
..ISO 8 00
.. 140 71
.. liO 10 00
Su4 M 40
HOUS Receipts this morning were the
largest of the week, about cars, or
)H,(u0 head, being estimated. The week'
total Is 68,722 head, a gain of more than
8,0tA) over last week and 21,500 larger than
tor the same period a year ago.
With another generous supply in sight
the trade opened out very alow. Some
early shipping sale were made at about
steady prices, but these were not very
plentiful, and some of th later - one
wire quoted as weak to a nickel lower.
Killer early offer were around 64 10c
loWer, and a seller were asking fully
sttady and In aom case stronger prices,
nothing moved until well along toward
nudtlay. As salesmen bave hud to put
up th same sort of a fight every uay
this week, but have finally carried their
print, they kepi hanging on today in
hope that trade would strengthen up.
Nothing of this sort happened, however,
and when reports of a strong close In
Chicago failed to improve the local trade
any a few loads began to move at Die
figures killer had been offering all mora,
li.g, that 1, around W.47voVuO. Move
ment never livened up. but In th end
the bulk of the offering sold on thl
While some of the early sale to ship
per were steady there were hardly
enough of them to affect the average,
and the gensral market 1 6tvl0o lower.
Bulk sold at .47V(f6 60, with a sprink
ling around 36.56. and a few that lust
suited shipper buyers sold a high as
$..60. Today's decline wiped out most
of the advance made earlier In the week,
and current value are less than a nickel
aPove tne close or last week.
A. 8k. rr.
A. 8k. Pr.
...110 ... i24t
...1 ... u
...M4 ... U
...M ... 4 40
...MO ... 4 4
.in; ... 4i
..iU ... 4 47
..ail ... I 47V
... 4 Kl 13..
..)- 40 4 bo 10.
..8M SO li
SHEEP Notwithstanding a liberal run
for a Thursday I ho market opened early
this morning, and th bulk of the offer
Its waa disposed of on a basis JOg-joc
l.lghsr. both sheop and lamb gettlna th
advance. There waa little. If any. uiffer-
euce In quality from yesterday. Shipping
demand was more in evidence, as several
cam of lamb were sold to shlb during the
esrly hours at Su.OwiV.tf, the latter l Inure
being paid rur offering on the Mexican
order. VVhllu the demand seemed just a
broad a was the case ytaterday th light
"eights wcr most gotight after, conse
quently as rule moved first, the besvy
weights selling later on In the forenoon.
The heavy lambs are quotable anywhere
from II. 50 lo 8S.80, while the good lamh
ol light weight sell up around tVtX'nH
The light run of some 8.UA0 head st Chi
cago was a bullish Influence In the trade.
The aged sheep sales Included a lunch
of Mexican yearlings at M.60, these being
s straight rut or those st 3K.26 on
Wednesday. The bulk of the ewes found
rsdy sale at 34.7m7.oa Wethers like
those t $7 !S yesterday brought $7.40 to
day. Trade waa active and the clear-ani-e
Viuntatlon on sheep and lamb: Urnbs,
Mexican. S8.7A4f9.16: lambs, fed wenlertns.
$S.MVrfS.0; lambs, shearing, $7.7fvitfW.25;
yearlings. light. 88 OOdrfS .60: vearilnsa
heavy, $7.76f8.00; wethers, good to choice,
87.Onni7.40; wethers, fair lo good, $6.76p
7.00; ewes, good to choice, $4.7&itf7.UO; ewes,
isir to gooa. sn.Dimn.io.
No. Av. Pe
4. fed lamb 74 as
4Mi fed lambs 77 g gn
i'60 fed lam ha en ton
244 fed lamb K 8 00
i'4l fed lamb Oil
128 fed lamb 7 no
1H4 fed lamb 11 mi
171 fed lambs 71 8 00
1M Mexican lamb ; n jo
Mexican lamb 78 8 10
'J Mexican lamb 79 t 10
Z2 Mexican lamb 7 9 10
X fed lamha 79 15
36 fed lamb , ;n m
221 fed lamb 78 9 15
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Caltle "(eady Hogs Active heep
CHICAGO. Feb. 2S.-a.TTLK-lteclpt.
o.'i new; market steady; native steers,
$5.6i8,10; western, $5.103'7 cow and
ii-ueiK, nwq i.m; csiven, I7.UUT10.60,
HOGS Recelpta, 23,000 head: market ac-
" ira nigner: euik ot sales, snap
4.1. 16; light, 88 fKti.85: mixed. $6 .4.VJI 80;
so. ieiue.iv; rougn, ltD'i; I".
86. ISKfe,. 80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 16 fy)
head: market weak; sheep, 86 tr7.75;
rarungs, fi.eiia.Mi, lamb. 37.8Oti9.S0.
Kaneaa C ity Mr Mark Market.
KANKASJ PITT lr.K Olt rtiTI.1 t.- rt -
I . . t , i i.r rtf
orlptu, J.. bend; murkrt truk: prime-
St. T ,WUPr"v 'Vtf'i.w; bulla, Kk&AP
.', ri-s, tn.nsrTfiiVy.'n.
HOGS-Recrlpts. 18.000 bead: market
hluher? hull, r.t ... 1 , .... -. . , ..
? . : ",,'k',r" n(1 butchers, $.60r
nam, sn.ionpn.ni; pigs, JU4IH. 99.
SIIKKI AMIl I.AMUW lUln
head; market hlghor ;lamla, is..VVfi!2.",;
yearllnss. l7MtomH- ik.n uiAt.nu.
v " tvss n fisuvii I .uv,
loax City Lire Stock Market.
SIOT'X" riTT tVk t niTTIf n..
celpts, 1,800 head; market 10c lo 15o
higher: natrce steers. $s.iir.l6; butchers,
$6.0inB.60; cow end heifer. $4.70(j.a6;
rannor. $4.oft4.70; stocker and feeder.
$...5iiv40: calve, $5.0OTltO; bulls, stag,
HOGS Receipt is, 12,000 head: market
TASsriv Iu... t! AmL f.a KK . h,i..j ila
. . j , ..,.w,iIt w-r. TaMlv-tni, llll Jtrta.1, fn, ts'
light. $6.40(a.45; bulk of sale. $6.124
v - '.
8HEEP AND LAMBfl-Recelpt. $,fJV)
head; market 10c to 16c higher; ewe, $6,116;
lamb. 37.0011 8.60.
nt. l.oiii, Live ntoek Market.
ST l.ntTIH .K l!jlirTl.n.
eelpt. 2.500 head; market steady; native
.'w, v.ttib. ai.vTiivi; cows ana ncuers,
$5.6ft-,j.2R: steers. $6 TWT.TK; cows and heif
ers. $4ODM00: niUvs calves, $H.01iU.rA
HOGS Receipts, 7,700 hesd: market
higher; plga and llghta, $5.26)i7.o0; mixed
nd butchers. fA7tth'7 AO viuwl k.w tii un
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 1.6M
head: market higher: native muttons. 86. 7S
'.. llisv m'i , t o I88twsig ft. I .
sJi.TB; lambs, $8.76(09.50; yearlings, $7.60
NEW YORK, Feb. 25,-COFFEE Addi
tional March notice against 10,000 bag
wero Issued in the coffittee market here
today, leading to continued switching
from near to late months, but otherwise
there wa little feature, and after open
ing unchanged to 1 point lower, closed
net unchanged to 4 point lower. Hales,
Including exchanges, were 18.7M bun.
European house were moderate buyer
ot near months, while there wag some
scattering Wall street llnuldstlnn and
little trade selling. February. 8 4i;
oiarcn, o.4ci April, I.mc; May, 6.90r; J una,
6.66c; July, 6.60c ; August, .73o; Septem
ber, SRIc; October, 8.kc; November, .8f;
December, 7.02c. Spot, quiet; Rio No: 7,
74e; Santo No. 4, 9o,
Of Mexico City- Men
By General Carranza
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2. Tmnnaltlnn a'
Pedal taxes amounting to millions nf
dollar upon business houses and property
owners of Mexico City by General
Onregon. the Carransa commander waa
reported to the State department today. .,
Under lh general decree payment
must be made before o'clock n..l nvi.
ay evening on pain of Imprisonment and
confiscation of property.
Th tax amounts to three-fourths nt 1
per cent on alt banks, business concerns,
stock compaule. mortgage holder and
Individual operator In th federal dis
trict. Foreign eomsanle are mbwi t
th tax on th amount ot capital invaated
In th republic.
EL PASO. Tex:. Feb. 14 The n.m..
Catholic prteat Whose detent Inn .
loo City by "th Carransa official ha
occasioned diplomatic solicitation by th
American Stat department arrived today
at Vera Crug, according to official Car-
ranxa advice received here. The new
bulletin conveyed tha following -.in.
of the affair:
'The priest were exulted tmm i 1..-
- .. a
v-uy tor raiiure to contribute 600,000 peso
for the relief of th poor.
Thsy are being criticised tnr nn .i.
ing this contribution, though they gave
nuerta eu.ww.ono pesos.
Briton Cruiser Takes
German Ship Gotha
MONTEVIDEO, Feb. SB.-Th' n..-
steamer Ootha, loaded with provision
for th German auxiliary c rti 1 ssi Trxii
Prin Wllhelm, ha been captured by a
onusn cruiser, according to reliable d,
vice, nd taken to the Falkland Islands.
The steamer Gotha wss but rannrt- ..
leaving Bueno Ayr, February I. with
upplle. It I a vessel of $.668 ton and
belong to th North German r i..j
steamship eompany. It wa built at
Bremen In 1907.
Over Million Allies
Captives of Teutons
LONDON. Feb. la. A omi. ...
lr tlmatd that Qermanr and Au.ih.
now hay 1.036.000 war prisoner, about 7$
per cant 01 which ar held by Germany
ATTITUDE OF ITAXY OF
MUCH CONCERN TO KAISER
BERLIN. (Via I,ondon). Feb. 25. A sud
den change of feeling concerning th at
titude of Italy was noticeable In dlplo
matle quarter during th laat few day.
Th position of Italy appear to have
become a matter of much concern.
The reason for thl change ar got
clear at thl time.
r-et competent nelp through The Be.
Estate ad In The Be. AdveUs your
property for a quick aal. t
NEW YORK J5T0CK MARKET
Further Recovery from Recent .Pries
Depressions by Whole List
GAINS OF POINT ARE THE RULE
NEW YORK. Feb. 25. Further recov
ery from recent price depression was)
made by today' stock market, the Im
provement embracing all part of the
list with the exception of a few Issue
whose Increasing weakness result front
unusual conditions. Gain of a point
were the rule In speculative and invest .
ment hares, while some of the erstwhile
active seclattles like Mexican Petroleum
American tobacco and the motor stock
cored material advances.
The weak feature Included New
Haven, Southern railway preferred; ft,
Paul preferred. Seaboard Air Line pre
ferred, Mackay company' preferred and
Pressed Steel Car preferred, all of which.
Itouched new low minimum prices, the '
aecnne in rressed uteel extending to)
eight Point. Hautmore & Ohio com
mon also came within a fractional ran go
of It new minimum of alxty-three,
while May department stores, with a
fierprndlcular decline of almost nine
points, reflected an absence of support.
More stability was manifested by all
the market for foreign exchange, that
situation leliig assisted by rumor that
negotiations are almost completed for
the placing of additional credit Isv sev
eral of the European governments now
making extensive 1 purchases In , thl
country. " " 1
Domestic monetary movement show av '
light hardening of rate for lofig-tirn
accommodations, but interior bank con -
tlnue to lend freely of their superfluous,
funds. The probable score of the Ana- '
conda Cornier note offering", which coin
cide with an advance In the prloe fit
copper metal to 15 renfa, was the inter- t
eating financial development of the day.
The Atchison yatem presented its Jan-
nary statement, which . was noteworthy -chiefly
for Ita Increase in operating ex
penses, thereby enabling net Increase:
of about $L7n,om, Re pert a of several
minor line were lee satisfactory.
1 melon's market were heavy, even,
high grade Investment Issue Inclining; '
to lower levejs. The Hnnk of England
showed a nirther loss of gold and reduc
tion of liability reserve. ,
Bonds were firm, except In some of
the lower priced speculative Issues. Total
sales par value, $2,O3O,0no.
I'Mteil states) registered 2 declined U -
per cent on call.
iTumoer or sale and leading Quotation
en stock wor a follow:
siaa. His, low. Cloes
Alaa Gels' '.
Amalgamates. Copser ....
Atnarhan llt Hugar...,
Amarlraa ft. a ft
An.trlraa g. a H. p(d..
Am. Hussr Refining
Anarlean Tel. Tel....
Baltimore a Onto
HrooRlrn lUpId Transit.
Talirnrnie, Petrnleuro ....
Cnnadfas Iaolflo ,
tTiaeapealia a Ohio....,
t'httiasa Great Waster,
fhlrago, M. Ht. P....
rniiiaao a n. w
I'olnrana Fuel A Iron..,
Cnlnraio A 4niitham.,.
Penr A Hlo Uranda...
Ii-nrer A 11. O. pr4
IHntlllrra' tlerurltles ...
tlreat NoKhern pf4
Ureal No r etta
Interhnrmigh Met. pfd...
Kaneaa city Southern...
Mleaourl. K T
National Hlecult .......
New York Central
N. Y . N. II. II
Now hern Paoins .,
Pacific Mall 1.
I'aollln Tel. A Tel
Pullman Pslana Car....
Ray i'4in. Opper
Republic Iron A Hleel...
IKork lelan ,.
Hock aln4 Co. pld
St. L A H. r. M pld..
Kouthern Hall war
I'nlnn Parlfio p(d.
foiled Htatee Hleel
V. . Steel pfd
Wahaak pfd ,,
Weetlnghouea Cleotrlo ..
7X n lot 14 101
44 ll 111 11
ni zii .
43 . 44
a.kW 11,7 1WW
l.W 14 444 14
l.SOO 111 11.11 UJ.,
404 10 M
4A0 64 -
KM . IH
11 ' 1
.... 4 10
l.ooo 104. im m
. 1.104 143 141 141
4.1 ' 81 '
7,400 111, 111 11144
1.704 41 41 4t
t.ioo 10.1 101 im
1.104 61 M 40
'.-.. ..... 1
400 l fit 14 w
4V0 4e 4B 48
total sale for tha day. 144,804 shares. ' .
NEW YORK, Feb. ffi.-METALS-Lwd'
ftteadv at 8.VrtVWflBR. ij",. , i
Bpelter: Htrong at $10 00 bid; London. 43'
2s 6d. Tin: Firm; five-ton lot, $S7B7Uf8'
38.37; twenty-five-ton lola, $37.7fi38&o
Copper: Dull: electrolytic, $14.76f14 87H-
"". sii.ewB-n.Mvt. iron: steady and
At London Copper; Upot, t4 10s; fu-
lYZ?',-A-U "" Tin: "P"1 future.
ST. IX)V1H. Feb. Jo. M ETALB Iad'
Bywig at $3.80. Mpelter: Strong at 89.12V4
' Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. t5.-COTTOV-pot
quiet; middling upland. S ?6o; no (ales ,
Cotton futunrc closed steady. March'
820c; May, LbOc; July, 8.73c; October. S.OOo.;
L1VKHPOOI Feb. M.-COTTON-flpot.
firm; good middling, I.27d: middling, 4.964;
low middling. 4.66d; sales, 7.00Q bale.
Dry Good Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 35. DRY GOODS . v
Cotton good market were quiet today.
Yarn and raw silk were eaay. Fancy
wool wultlngs sold well for fall. Belgium
wa In the market for uniform cloth for
ErU for First Hlf
OUC Mils, 49o for
toh a.dttionst nil thr$
after for tha distinca yon
rida. Ra charja lor e$!I
inj or rebirntn. -
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of 0LBO Is ( Hour.
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