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AWftimrci xriacrMQ af Thursday, February
WimXT'l TRAD? a OtX,
ac3 nti Chrt Am Om of Um 9iw fkce of (bo CHy.
Mil PBSIPtfltS SU 1FWT BJUILY
riet, AtUrnty Sill Also
I MmOnti Iria Bora Buna
CHl Oil Invwtigat-
RIMED TOOH 61
APRIL I, PIN
Wl HUE THE
HJght, '"Xcmben of Board of
Education Now Serving
Will Retire in a Body; Only
Five Successors to Be Elect
ARE ?jWLEM ATIC AI,
S"rf) IHswatc f Areata fferaldl
Saata Fe, N M., Feb. r7.Tho sea.
ale ihla .nrtomoon again deferred tie
.Tlpa. OJtJttti -Mil so abolish the tl
wanted police biiU the district at
torney, bill nsd tho fall! by Mr. Na
vumj qtbodying a per fenco law,
Tho bill ty tiesaier Iturno to re
build tfie normal school Kt El ftito
whs passed with amendments. The
house was In session for only n f&w
minutes this morning and then ad
journed until I o'clock to permit Its
apcoJUl committee to continue the conl
oil lnstjtIxjjoa. There sre fifty bill
on the huuwj calendar and the hodte
this afternoon resumed consideration
of the caleadar.
The coal oil Investigating commit
teo adjourned at noon subject to the
osll or tho ohalr. after Mr. nosers
hail UPtt4 that there were too many
".monkey shlnea" and he believed tho
members could employ their time
wore advantageously to tho state. Mr.
limn Boru Dunne was the only wit
ness this .nrarnlng and ho testified at
length concerning his knowledge of
tho issftector'fl oHleo. Whether or not
any further meetings of thle commit
toe wijl -be held is still n question. No,
opinion hps been received as yet from
ilut attorney general nn to whether
the funds Kere nubltf or private. The
furUier ini'entlKtion of this office
may. depend upon that opinion. Major
3tetttt!lyn, chnlrman or the commit
toe. wtll h ae In favor of continuing
AWOTXXR KIW COURTY
Denver, Feb. 27. The hoUKu today
pded the 1)111 creatln Hushes county
on third, reading It then took up
and jmsseo a uuinoer of adverse re
liwli on blllsr of tht tnthor' Import
njiee.) Tim senate today resumed con
eldorJjtop of tho publte utilities hill.
Tho measuro whs tntten up on third
reading und olose clierk nun made
of ejkgh section to atrnlghtcn out the
Trtfl seriate today sent a tuessaso
to rreldenteloei W'llJ'on. at Trenton,
N. J., urfeinrf th appointment of For
juer Quvernor Alva Adams, o rolo
rado. to the position of ecrretary to
the Interjpr. A resolution adopted
by .the euute uihorlztw sending a
memorial to congress, asking thut the
system of tensing public lands be
abolished ns injurious to the state.
To Cure a Catd tn Ono Day
Take LAXATIVH BHOMO Quinine
Taolets. DncgUts refund money U
II falls to euro. D W. anoVK'8 sis
nature on eftch box. S5C.
Aztec Fuel Co.
All kinda of Wood
Tins task of Iwnxlttfr Uif
hilNiltM in itauvd niui-h In tho
fnliv. At this Umi e tkko
Hty jtmt work ofT th? IkhimhITo's
Wn do OH mtrk and do it
m:Ii Ills Jiwl art f this
ftrnfrh Wnftw to futTtrims Owl
, iittjjitMW ll? mutual KtHwI mIU
iKinmi juu ndi UurMdut.
.Vntliliijc dUTi1 Mitrt from
(lid ilKrnn or n Itullilinjr
fclMil uuit)Uy iilniluw idtMlcH.
Vfti ecry -Aindotv ivlly itxl
U A VWmil ImumI humIm
VICrOH MfADUS re jtiwran
iied nut to MrlnkJev ldo or curl
ST t4&. 13terf Hlisdo pur.
iilmSta hvfo is lmi In )tur win
ttbTv HUmiuI vhUta oost,
itHMIiJIHH A LI THIS
20 I'lJIt CBNT Oll
ON CO OAStTH.
ill WHMIHIW-'-WIM II l" l
SROOir AMD COPPER.
NOT NECESSARY FOR
Well Known Chauffeur, While viYraitA Tn HFiiTSTES.
Agisting Motion Pioturc
Troupe, Hkb Narrow Escape Greatest Importance Attaches
from Death at Mesa Studio, to Coming Election Because
I i rf nn Ttmi r.snnrl
for New High Sdhoool Build
TERRIBLY BURNED ON
ALL PARTS OF BODY
Sum ("Slim") Trace), driver for
the Dodson oarage, came within an
iice, of tuetln- nn tragic death at the
studio of the St. Louis Motion rioturo
company, u mile northeast of the
University of New Mesleo. at 10:30
o'clock this morning, whnn he at
tempted to empty a twtntflvp pound
can of giant powder and accidentally
aroppcu some ot the powder on n
hot Iron nearby The entire twenty
fire pounds of powder exploded with
n loud bang. True) was quickly en
veloped In flames. Almost In the
twinkling or an eye his trousers, over
coat nnd underclothing hud brcn al
most entirely burned oil of his rod)
His bod)- exposed to the tin me.
True) wai badly burned about the
legs from the Knees down, nbout the
arms and chest. The most serious
burns, however, were on the faee
neck and head. It is not hollevcd
that the burns wilt result fatal!), al
though Tracy is In h serious condi
tion. With his clothing on fire. Truoj.
endeavored to smother the flames,
being assisted by thn motion picture
people. After the flume, hud been
subdued True) was carried iiulvkly to
to city in an automobile und after
being gicn cmorgenry treatment at
Dr. R. L. Hust's otllce. was taken to
fit. Joseph' hospital, accompanied b
n0 physician, i-ute reports from the
hospital are to the effect that Tracy,
although suffering considerable puln.
was resting rairi) eoinrortuuiy.
The burning or True) today l the
most realistic performance thus tar
staged by the til Uiuls Motion Pic
ture people, who have been In, Albu
querque for several months Tracy,
known to the people about town as
"Slim."' was selected by th picture
people as a driver of thu Dodson mo
tor car. which they used almost con
stantly. Tracy travuind with the
actors and Hctresncft eo many times
that he began to know how to bo an
actor hlself, and more thun once was
permitted to take a mliur part in
the staging of a scenario With his
usuul wllllnmioss. Trues was on the
Job this morning. The story would be
perhaps mor interesting tn acts, like
u rogular scenario.
Tru. nltli his trust unto mobile.
chugs awuy from the Dodson garage
at o'clock this murn.nx, greets hit
puts at the Hturgas vornor and thou
proceeds to the various hotolK, pick
ing up Director Harvey,. Miss Sterling,
leading lad), and a halt doxen of the
..or important members of the &t
The uutomobllo Is uun twarltiK up
Varsity hill. Tracy at tho whuel. the
uticunt being mado ruildly, an hlgli.
follow utg m motor cur noiiim dis
tune e auu), is been the property wu
kou. urrylng tin propurttas. u fou
actors und aulroscos. Iluhlnd tho
proper!) wagon comes a hunch of
horsuinen. weurlng wild Host huts
and the wildest wild wost cotiuinu
True) und his paMongers urrUe at
the Ht Louis sludlo. u tulle from thu
University of Now .Moxlco. Here thu
troupe has bcun working for a month
tinging u .Moxlcan war picture, which
has thKn dovttlopud slowly, but sure
ly, day by duy, and sceno by ween,
into wlmt promls to be u film that
will run oh Ihrse reels und attract at
tention all over the country Tracy
parks hi iiihShlh'i and with his cus
tomary sntarprlso, guts liu.) to hulp
the troupe In the work of producing
one ol the flaat scones In the mu
The ntudto nor a uurie of grsat
act.Mt Dlroctor Htmo Issus
shurp tvMiyn. gi iHg jrlmlnary
rders for the work of the dtt' Miss
Sterling the horohiu. pats ifor horse
'fiectfonB"t4ly sifll &M ready to
make a duh for liberty through tho
robol Unas, earning with her import
ant papers wanted It) her rather, who
is a federal ortcr
An explosion and a buret of flame
are needed u tin osieiittAl part df
the act about to be stagud. Tracy
always on the job. olums8r to car
ry the keg or powder truiu tlu- prop
erty wurfon and to supsrvhw the cx
fileaiop stunt t'atofully Trat) opeim
the keg ot twdor and begin- to pour
U In a pile A hot iron i ntatrb)
How It gut tltors nobody know A
few grains of th powder rail on the
hot Iron. There is a mud ripor! llku
the roar of nrtlllnr). a Minding flash,
u cry ot pulp and xurprise from Tracy
j . rcniw troin the ctrsaaes With
his ulothliig in flame Tracy rushes
' ' ' throwing him
self In the dirt, being cuvrd mii '
ty liy uui.o. iiusn tvwr htm i
Hioee who earn galckl) to lita rs-
A wattlMg niptor cor Is husl!
erunkad and Traoy Is pluued u i
rebr ssat A wtjii drl to tie Unl
VQraity, a dash dawn hill Hi a spottd
that sKcttfHlad ths p hI II nits. A
iiuielj slop at the ti, T. A. hI)o I. olid
ftTK, fieoond and iilrl. a mn tp Dr
llhst's offbe on the MWlli n-or
Tracy to u white oei in a piw to
room at fit J ) ;('b lioiMfllul A
prty nurse bendi u r lim. jpp'
llig southlnif lotlo-t 'lit burr' it
piaues, the puii'ii urn nn. mi j n
ttiiut. "ntiver U0al i I r "
DIIUKCTOlt JIAUVHV 1LS
JIANDB lAI.Y HINf.lill
Director Harry Harvey, or the t
lMit compaiay, was the victim or u
MCond i.eebJet.tftt the Ht Louis stu
dlo nome three hours after I he Trscv
ttCdcnt toas . Mr llorvey hud both
For the Week End
Leather Banners 1 1
t n Tuesday, April I. there will hn
n bultlu of the rfuii. n AlbuqueMUo
of gnflttcst Itnportunce to every ltl
xcn. Tho election will bo held fr
the purpoHo of electing live membe.
at large of a board of education,
which will have ntlre rcsponslbllll)
for tho conduct of the clt school
system. A feature or the balloting
in tho suhool election will bo mat
women will be allowed to vote. Votea
for women will at lust be a recog
nised nnd realized fact. And it is u
certainty that the women will get out
and vote. Won be to the candidate
who Is not popular with the ladles.
Aecordlns to the law. registration
will not be necessary for casting of
ballot ai the nchool elections Voters
must Oe qualified, however, by a rcsl-1
oence w a year in tne state aim ni
least thirty doya in thn ptccinn in
which the ballot is cast
While tho running of the i it:
schools of Albuquerque calls for men
of brains and backbone at all times,
It wl' be ncceesnry that the men who
w comprise the ttchool board of live
during the next term be men or wom
en of more than average Intelligence
und ability. During tin next tear AI
buquurquo. under the dlreetljn of tho
school directors, wilt build a new
high HChool which will coot iioo.ouu
wlthcut the grounds or Incidental ex
penses. It will be up to the xcho'i!
board to decide upon the kind ol
building that hnll be coitMtru1 K-d,
the type of architecture, and the
plans in dctsll. Men or women who
have no knowledge of IiuhIiichn will
find themsohes in tight places pro
vided they uro elected to ero tho
otl) In the cupuelt) of directors of
The bom ii of udpgtUmn ut present
Is comprised of eight men A J.
Malay Is provident of tho board thu
other members being llev. H. P. Wil
tlama. C 11. Davis. A A. Hedlllo.
Noa Ilfeld. Dr. M. K. Wilde Dr J,
W. Colbert, A. A. Trimble. Mr D.. la,
Mr Hedlllo. Mi Ilfeld mid Dr t ol
bort would still hae uuoth-r year t'
Hone but for the new Ihwm governing
H.-hool election. Mr. M.ilo lte.
Mr. Williams. Dr Wyldcr and Mr.
Trimble have sened one er linger
than their terms culled lor bo ,ius
or the new laws, being known at (he
present time us "hold overs
Although the school thttion Is
more than a month wa the hallux
oi vartous randlUHte and posslK
enndldates are already being di
I cussed It is likely that the election
will be conducted along nunc unci
and that common sonyc mcthoda will
So uihh) in the selection ul Hie candi
date. - i
hands badly singed when ho igiiliod
blast f powder which w to blow to
pieces tin- end of it Hull of a room
In which a number of lusurrectos
wore cum-'oalod. l'ortunutel) Mr
Hurvc)' Injurlos wore not very cr
I luus. He cttinie to town and had ho
' ill Jul Ion dtoseed. He will wear bun
dajte on both haridM for povcrul day h
'vi.VK IftXIM.OSItlNh Altli
iu-kp d tiii;
A total of nine explotlnus wait
huuril tin the niumt tuilus ilurltl!2 till
I time the "movie' were being taken
The llrst explosion, when Trnc wu
injutetl. whm preiiiMturc und vs nm
on the Nttbedute. The other extilo
sion, liowiwer. were hilled to ocur
and were uhimI with the film oporatr
in daiii low of the work. When
isnm Tnuy was injured. nwssr.
the iipernlor was not on the joi
lleiie Tracy will never ano Jui
how In- happened to be blown up
i i.m: PHTt'itUH tki:n
TODAY, SAYS lit K ttlWtllts
That the pictures taken on ihf meat
ui1h were pt'ftu ulr utld sllftUld
Leather Pillow Tops
)Hand burned Pillow Tops in a variety of designs
worth $3.50 each.
Good quality Black Petticoats, worth $1.50 each
Attractive Indian Leather Banners, worth 15c
4 for 25c
A big lot of pretty Laces worth 25c yard.
20 Per Cent Discount on all
See our New Line of DRUCKER TRUNKS
LAST DAY OF THE GREAT
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale . . .
ALL THE T4M
Shellhom Lady Suffered a Great
Deal, But is All Right Now.
Shellhom, Ala !n a letter from thli
place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
time ago. I commented to hare weak
spells and headaches, t felt bad nil
the time, and aoon Krew bo bad V,
.... . ii in
counin t stay up, i tnougni i wouni tin,
At last air husband rot mo a bottle
of Cnrdul, and H helped mo, so he got
some more. After I had taken the
second bottle, I waa entirely well
I wish liTery lady, Buffering from
womanly trouble, would try Card at.
It la the best medicine I know of. It
did me nioro good than anything t erer
Cards! Is a woman' tonic
atrengthenlng medicine for women,
made from lu&redlenta that' act ape
clOoally on the womanly organ, and
tbui help to build ue tha womanly con
illtution to Blowing kood healtn,
As a remedy for woman'a 111a, It 6a
t successful record of ever SO yeara.
Tour druffKtit aella It PleAaa try It
H.t -Writ Uj UtM Aihy tHH., ChilU.
sMCsMdklC.,Oit4iunti, Ttun tt 8itfli
lutlniflUHt, n M-i bk, vMni TrMtiwl
tor Ws," til la iti aH'ia(uM.
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plMe er suuceHHtul, was ill lilted
by Iluik I'otinors. or the St I.011W
company, who returned tn town llili
"I've been in the tlliu burlncax a
numbur or yours," said Hock, "hut i
don't bollove 1 ever saw more aic
ceoNful plriuriMi staged ail) plate than
those our company put mi todi.y
CANDLESTICK IS ft
Miner Stabbed to Death By an
Enraged Austrian Who Also
Wounds Another Man Be
fore He Is Finally Captured.
Ily Leatsl H'lrS to Bvsaiaa MeraM
rLoaiMIti Colli., l-'ob 3J Wultel
J rlsury, agud "0, a miner, wa tl
bed tlirougli the heart with a miner's
u lull. Mt K k tililu) by -J'etei Jabeck.
an Austrian, and lnntuntiy killed Ju
bcik then mIioI John ,t'niui lnr, who
tried lo prevent his ows'ljo. wounding
him in the arm, and HmI inuu tho
Moyel mln where the tragedy took
plane, c was latui 'iur il and
(odKsil in Jail, t'luaiy hud u cusc.l
Jaloo k of ktwilllil! his candlestick In
reply the AuMrlun pltiiigod the ulmrp
shaft or the uumlloetlok ttidt Huj
Vhlof 01 polled ibltllin loilay
tHifiU n wire frjjin nujiuhi Frud
rorlioff of ine Mint n I otl Police, ask
lug llltii ( lilUk (lift rut- VV it. Mar
tin, who Mcrtpi)d at viMiu. N, M
I) wouudliiv J, M- HUglx-s
ysaiordR) utter HlioutlllK and serious
Miss I'lke Will slflg The Hands or,
ibe JMsn." at itHwOPyiiHat tonight
o llcrfiilt l llllnol.
spimsihid. Ill.T I'ob. ST. The iv
eiiih joint 1ml lot i th ,un" "'
ihon -eiiatflrshllif rosultiM m n
eltele, Thord will bo no Joint bal
loting urter toliliif until Mnreh IS. to
i-iPlt l4AiiutoiM I" Httund the in
auguration Unexpected by many oj
tlte Icglilattira the speukor ordered,
iho roil called auln on the lon
Many Hcpuhlli'nna und I'rogressive
hud lert the hall but those who re
ma ned bK ked elettmn by declining
1 I V. tt
(Ily 1ciiMil Wlro lo livening Herald.)
New Ynlrf. I'eb J . - The slpck
market (itiiuy in kell tile hllKlHllieil
"ireiiHih Hhon ycsterituy and al
ttioiigli ii hlghei rnnite of prlue was
ektNblilieii, the muvumeiit was fitful
and Irregular Various slocks re
Kpoinleil Mtiongly lo ieolul Inllueiieos
but the general market huc umlisil al
intervuU lo kp-mmiMlle selling. Iiivept
inbnt buying hum .1 factor In straiMtli
ntug stockr which iirdinarll iiiovHil
connervatlvel) and there was a steady
ubsoriitlon or the nowor Indtintriuls,
wliich rHentl) have gone through a
severe price adjustment.
Iionds were cloudy.
Humors (hat part or th back dlv
Idand on ran preferred would be paid
orf .il toduy'a meeting of the directors,
caused a lioavy demand tor the shurua
and they advanced malorlall). Can
void at y-l against 1& 5-S. )s-lor-ilay'H
close, and J I1, tho lowost of
tho week The preferred brought
I Still or 3 points above yesterdtfy 's
nnai and k points over thu week's
Increased rlrmiies was allow n In
Hie remainder ol Die Hat
I'rotlt taking In the fan stocks
started a roartiou and Itaadlng and
I'nlon I'aclllc fell balow yesteriluy'n
close. Spirited biiyliiK of IihuI trac
tion stocks and bond brought oul a
roiHirt Hint the tangle In tje subwu)
iiaiKitlutloiitf would soon be adJusUol.
The nuirkot cltMioil ationg Ily lar
the beat maiillostullon of u ilu of re
curring upward miticintuit cwrr d
III the lust hour. Bvr.il Kt ka
whlili had town iwnywil . ici.linlt
tsnl prtNMHio look ths I wil lo
orous HilvHiiue. Handing, t'tiluii I'uult
it. Wt Paul. lahlgh Valley, t.'aiiadlan
IMctiu and Slur I wsrs In large
ma ml and tliura ware Mdekncoa rang
ing up to six points In more than a
scon- ul industrials.
Kuuiir. lis ti,.
flilpmentH inuu Argnutiiiii K,i onible
weather conditions in ,i lulled
states w Inler wheal liull counted ulso
.inulnsl the bulls Tlu opening wok
uuihungcd to l-MiJ-Sw lower May
nturted at ii3 Vti to !3 a shade to
1 -s 1 1 -1 off ami mutual lo Hi l-H'.
The close was weak with May 4-8 f
under last night ni Die
M.i) corn opolied lower to a
li.Hl. higher at u3 3-lc to &3vtl
,i.1 .'.-He mill rose to S3 S-M1 i3 l-ic
The close wa easy with Mil) at lust
nlghl's level, OJ'cC
Ma) on In wlitrh started the witiie as
bin night at 1-Si orr, at 3 4 S-H to
31 .i-i advancud to 31 T-if.
It, protlNlons the smallnoss or of
lerlng brought about an upturn.
Klrst -.ale vailed from lust plght'x
level lo I'll' higher with Ms 11'J.SlJj
Iti.'iS for pork: JlH.Hf to IIO.Th tor
lard. $lo it o jld.iiO ror ribs.
Wtisut May. Me. Jul). HI -Sc.
Kit.. 01M0 l-e.
Corn Ma). IIH, July, HHe,
Oats May, 31 J-Nc; July, II -tc;
Ktipt., It !$
Met pork, .r obi. -May, $.";
I-anl, per Id" llts. May. lt).7vtfi
le.Ti; July. llrt.HO.
Short Itlb, per loo lbe.--.Muy,
lU.tl T Vv . Jul). lO.GTtt.
Houtliurh Paul(u. I a I
l.'iJon Paelllc. 1 ii
Hliwl pinferte'i. I en
1 1 1 " 1 '
' Chicago llounl of Trride.
riiiciiKu Feb Itflpdrts from
IntliH. Ih.it aM crops were Improving
us ,i result or r.ilns (elided today to
Kivt wheal a downward slant There
wtte alto redi "n or more libewt
f Hlcago. I'eb. H Uii tile Iteoel ils
r. Hil.1 I. ...i,. vnitrl,..! ul.HtUl ' ttllllVHA.
tH.KMi y.!0; Texas Mtuors. $fi.3Dll
ti.tm, western steers, .h.hovt.ib,
stoekera and feedur. $UJH.I&;
eows ami heirora. $3. Sail 7. 30: calves,
1Iok --Itwelpts 3ft.0(ii linad. mar
,.st slow; light. $b.lM(S.3&; mixed,
$8,1018.36; liiiiivy, $T.Sy!j.35.
louitli. $7.UHii i.lO; pigs. $fi.a4f H.S0;
bulk. $K.MM 3i.
IiHep ItecHlptK U.OUo head, mar
ket stead), native, Sb.Tftif 7.7. wost
tun. $&.6Si im: yoarlmge. $0.7Jii'
J., lainlHi, native, $7.01 8. DO. west
eru. $fi.0fi II. 60.
Kiiiimik fit) I.Hitmk.
Katisos i.'lt). Kelt. 37 Cattle- Ite
inintM 3.000. market Including nOO
aquiliorns; td, l Htrong: native
Heap. $7 4Ofri.0O; southern Masrs.
$f).7a0 t.00: soutuo.n eows and helf
ts. $4.tiO4t T.00: native cows and
heifers. ti.g&tyR.oO; stoekers and
feeders. $6.0fi.3U. bulli. HtStJ
7.0iT; on I vim. IQ.nojj 10. 00; wimlern
stiMtrs. $s.iop.60: wettem cows.
Hogs Itocolpls fi.OOO haud. market
1c to lUc lowuri bulk of sulen, tS.IOfi
i ........ t s nr. ft u tn luii.knrM nnd
T n , , , r . .... .. .. - p - .....
, butchers, $8.1041 X. 15. light, in IMi'
i N J0; pigs $7 001 7 40
Sheer Itc -eipta I nov ne.iu murai i
eti tdy to wi.is m iM'-ns, Hi 8
Colorado lumbr, 7.SU4ihiU, rang"
wethcra and yuarllugii. $6 S'w 1 7
range ewei, $1 Ollii fi.h'i
t. tools Wool.
ft. I .oh Is, I'eb. 37.- Wool sle.nl
territory and weetoiru meillums. '.'Mi
J'e; line mediums. ISji .'Oc. tliu.
Kaunas ( It) Hoard of Trade,
Kansas fit). Prb. l7.-flono
lisat May. N7ft7He.
I 'urn--May. 6SV.C; July. S3 he
OulaMii), 36 4c
New York. I'eb i. -Money on call
utoad). 3b Svt per cunt. Time loan"
linn: sixty days, t 1) 4 per 'cnl.
rilnet) dii)a, 4't1H ier conl. six
unmUm, ttftrS pur vent.
Prime mercantile paper. 5 per cent
sterling exchange, firm, with actual
buctnese In buukerw bills at 1.h3Zl
for slxty-duy bills and at $l.87fio for
Commercial bills. It i .
Mar silver, HGc.
.Max leu n dollars. 48 c.
Tim .Mela Is,
New York, Pob, T. -cupper
stwul) statidiird siot und Pchruur).
Tin isisy. sot und Pobruan. $4 3. ill
I. end stimil). $4.35t) 4.35.
tjpeltur Ulel, $H.15i ...'.
Iron Btiiady: No. 1 northern, tlh.utl
l 18. 0; No. i northurn. $17.50(11
18.00; No. I Milltlioril. $18.0041 18. M).
No. I soulhcru milt, $ lh.HOff jS.'.'ft
New York I'ollou.
Nek York. Fob. 37. Hpot cotton
oiilel. middling uiiliinds, $13.61); mid
dilug gulf, $i:.8&. Kales, :00 bales
Deliver. Feb- 27 daltlo Itecetptk
koO; market strong: hcof Muem. $6.00
T K.tMl; eows and hulfors. $4.$0j fl.10.
stoekers and feeders. $5.00 7 50 .
valvos, $8.r.04ii 10.60.
Horh llesfllpls 3,000f murkel low
er: top, $8.36; bulk, $8.lR4l'$..0.
Sheep -lluaiiiiils 1300) market
sirang, yearlttigs, $R.76(i 7.3u. weth
ers. $6.r.0tfr0.t0; lumbs. $T.7&8,I5:
owe-, $&.nf) i .hp
St. Ioills Slaltcr.
XI. touts. Fob. 37. test) itilet,
$lJMr4.SJ. Mpclter weak, $ 10
Santa Fe Copper
(Quotation furnished by Lucsn A
llryan, 3 Udard Of Trade, CIHoago.)
1loton. Feb K7 - lantn Fe Oopper
open. I rfm il 1 1
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