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The Starlndependent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily
The Name of the Person lo Whom They Will Be Awarded To=day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page
Perhaps you are the lucky person. Look until you find out. /If you the tickets please call for them before 8 o'clock to-morrow evening
or they will be forfeited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.)
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has tiled with the Public Service Com
mission of Pennsylvania, in accordance
with its recent request, the following
Rules and Regulations.
111 accordance with Article No. 2. Sec
tion 1 (D), Public Service Company
I/aw, passed July 2fi. 1913. the Com
pany has tiled In the matter of dis
counts for prompt payments and pen
alties for delayed payments of hills,
the following rules and regulations:
The Company issues its bills for elec
tric current on or about the first of
each month for current consumed dur
ing the preceding month or to the time
of reading the meter installed in con
sumer's premises.
Bills paid on or before the 12th day
of month following that during which
current was consumed will be subject
to discount as indicated on bill, pro
vided all previous bills have been paid.
Payments received after discount
period will be subject to gross amount
as indicated on bill.
Minimum bills will not be subject to
Payment of bills, less discount, niailr
ed on the 1J tit day of month following
that during which current was sup
plied. as evidenced by the United States
post-mark on envelopes containing such
remittance, will be accepted as payment
within discount period.
Hills for current furnished premises
on a llat rate or limited demand service,
where Excess Indicator or any current
limiting devices are installed, are ren
dered on or about the tlrst day of
month during which current is being
consumed and are payable in advance
and the discount period for such bills
shall be on or before the 12th day of
same month.
Terms of payment as relates to dis
count shall apply as above.
Date of Issue Date Effective.
Feb. 23. 1915. March 1, 1915
Harrisburg Light * Power Company,
C. M. Ivaltwasser,
General Manager.
22 N. Second St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg. Pa.. February 15, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Harrisburg Railways Company, for the
election of Directors, and the transac
tion of such other business as may
come before the meeting, will he held
Tuesday, the second day of March, 1915,
at the office of the Company, in the
City of Harrisburg, at 10 o'clock a. m.
By order Board of Directors,
Court Proclamation
WHEREAS, the lion, George Kunkel,
President Judge, and Hon. Samuel J.
M. McCarrell. Additional Law Judge, of
Oyer and Terminer and Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace of the Twelfth Ju
dicial District, composed of the County
nf Dauphin, having issued their precept,
bearing date the 10th day of February,
A. D. 1915, to me directed for holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gen
eral Jail Delivery and Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace of Harrisburg for
the County of Dauphin, and to com
mence the third Monday of March, 1915.
being the 15th day of March, 1915, and
to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to
the Coroner, Justices of the Peace, Al
dermen and Constables of said County
of Dauphin that they may be then and
there in their proper persons at 10
o'clock in tile forenoon of said day,
with their records, Inquisitions, exami
nations and their own remembrances,
to do those things which to their of
fice appertain to be done, and those
who are bound in recognizances to
prosecute against the prisoners that
are or shall be in the jail of Dauphin
County be then and there to prose
cute against them as shall be just.
Given under my hand at Harrisburg.
the 10th day of February, A. D. 19lT,
being the one hundred and thirty
ninth year of Independence of th«
United States.
Sheriff's Office. Harrisburg, Pa..
February 13th. 1915.
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Sale and Exchange
—————— mt
FOR SALE—One large sideboard; cost
$55.00. Will sell very reasonable. In
quire at No. 346 Hamilton St.
FOR SALE—I9I4 Harley-Davidson mo
torcycle; twin two-speed—equipped.
■Apply 727 S. Nineteenth St.
BIG BARGAINS In unredeemed Dia
monds, Watches, Jewelry, Firearms,
Musical Instruments, etc. Cash paid for
old gold and silver. Repairing a spe
cialty. CITY LOAN OFFICE, 411 Mar
ket street.
FOR SALE—One Cyphers Buffalo incu
bator, 120-egg; one brooder; one coop;
■one double heater. All in first class
condition. Apply to JOHN H. HOUDE
SIIEL, 316 North Second St., Steelton,
FOR SALE—One sls Victrola and 28
records. Address B. F. B„ 1246 State
1912 REO TOURING CAR, lias just
been overhauled, electric lights; will
demonstrate. No reasonable offer re
fused. ROBERTS & HOIN, 334 Chest
nut St., Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE—At GABLE'S. 111-117 South
Second St; Red Tip, Ring Point, Bliz
zard, llowc Junior, Can't Slip. Uiant
Grip and Always Sharp Calks.
Second St., 5,000 sets new Sash, Bxlo
xl 2 U. primed and glazed, at 11.15 per
1525 Berry hill Si
We offer lids dmlrnhlr hmiNc for
» quick Half nt an alMolutr hHrgnln
price A well built three-story brick
with eight rooms—bath and furnace
—front and back porches. ix>t lix
100 ft. to a 10-ft. rear alley.
Seventeen lot* In lamp Hill at a
Npeelal liarxnin prlee—-or better yet, !
get the and make iih an
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds |
Locust and Court Streets
Real Estate
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2538-2544 LEXINGTON St.. Harrisburg,
9-room house with bath, front porch
i and all conveniences. Rent ?20. Ap
! ply by Bell phone 155. Steelton, Pa.
1315 Market—apts S3O and 00
j 1330 Derry—apts S3Ti.OO
I 13th and Derry—apts $27.50
1210 Market —■apts 522.50
' 1211-14 17 Berry hill —houses $22.50
1212 Mulberry St. —apt $-2.50
I 745 S. I'.tth—house, new $20.50
1847 Derry $20.00
2336 Ellersly—house, new $18.50
415 Hummel—house $15.50
2116 Derry—house SIS.OO
1835 Fulton St S1«.:.0
14 N. 11th St $14.00
1438 Vernon—house $12.00
1617 A Compass—house $ 11.00
1322 N. Front, for colored $7.00
j HARVEY T. SMITH. 204 S.. 13th St.
FOR RENT—I6O4 Derry St.; 3-story
brick dwelling; 0 rooms, all conven
iences; can be adjusted for two families;
also store room, with cemented cellar.
MR. I. LEMBK. 213 S. Front St. Call
Hell phone 323 M.
; FOR RENT —Two detached frame
houses. 8 rooms, comfortable and all
. improvements, $17.50. Also two 7-room
houses. $16.50. \pply WITTENMYBR
LUMBER CO., Bell phone 2562.
SIX IA)TS, 25x150 feet; Second street,
Wormleysbnrg, 1 miles to Market
, Square, Harrisburg; granolithic pave
ment; water and gas pipes In street;
$250.00 each. Inquire C. W. FAVORITE,
Front and Walnut streets, Wormleys
burg. Pa. Bell phone 3099 R.
NO. 536 S. Seventeenth St., $20.00
■ I No. 1524 Catherine St $15.00
No. 1019 S. 21 H St SIO.OO
| No. 2107 Greenwood St., SB.OO
I 1251 Market St.
j FOR RENT—On Main St.. Camp Hill,
| 7-room house, with all improvements,
! furnace in cellar, stationary range. Ap
| ply W. H. STOUFFER, Cumberland St.,
I Camp Hill, Pa„ or Box 146.
1 FOR RENT—From April 1, 3-story
! brick dwelling, 247 Hummel St., Har
risburg; 10 rooms, bath, and all modern
mprirvements; rent S2O. JOHN O'BRIEN,
; 41 S. Second St., Steelton.
I FOR RENT—A three-story frame house
! with bath, bakery in the rear; side
I entrance. 1637 N. Seventh St. Apply
| IF. E. HOCKER, 1713>* N. Third St.,
i FOR RENT—Room, 3,.">00 square
feet floor space; suitable for
! storage or light manufacturing
' purposes. Inquire J. E. RHOADS,
■ j Cowden and Forster streets.
i FOR RENT—Houses with all Improve
l tnents, at moderate rentals. J. E.
! GIPPLE, 1251 Market St.
FOR RENT —All improve
ments —
1614 Catherine, $16.00
i 530 S. Eighteenth, .. .$18.50
Apply Kulin & Hershey,
18 South Third street.
j FOR SALE—Two building lots, in city
1 limits. Sold at a bargain if sold at
I once. Call 205 Bergner Building, or
j Beli phone 1572 J.
' FOR SALE—Homes at Riverside, at
I prices $2250, $2500 and S2BOO, Electric
j lights, steam heat and all Improve
| ments; also building lots at Penbrook,
i Paxtang and Riverside for sale. For
terms apply to S. HALDEMAN & CO.,
I Carpenters and Builders, 3222 N. Sixth
| St. Carpenter repair work promptly at
| tended to. Estimates cheerfully fur
| nisheti by calling Bell phone 3622J3.
WHY NOT get a list of properties which
I we are offering for sale. Some desir
| able properties are offered at reduced
i price. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner
| Building.
I FOR SALE —Several properties at an
j attractive price, with little cash need
| ed. Now is the time to buy. Consider it
I and get particulars. BELL REALTY
CO., Bergner Building.
well equipped; good location; rent
reasonable. Also good grocery store
; for sale at Inventory. Full information
at our offices. BELL REALTY CO.,
j Bergner Building.
FOR RENT —Three modern new apart
ments; 7 foome, bath, electric lights,
• steam heat, telephone, g;as range, laun
i dry trays: hard wood floors; No. 239 &
Thirteenth St. Can be seen 10 a. m.
;to 4 p. m. Apply on premises or call
I Bell L'JB3U
j Third floor apartment, at Walz
j dorf, six rooms, bath and pantry;
all very light, city steam, faeing
j Capitol. Inquire 400 North street.
One live-room housekeeping apart
ment, number 520 A South Thirteenth
street. Apply Penna. Realty and Im
provement Co.. 132 Locust St.
KOR REN"^—Apartments at southeast
[ corner Fourth and Peffer streets. All
I conveniences at reasonable rent. Out
! side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGEK,
1 108 N. Second St., or 427 Pefl'er St.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms—or
two rooms for light housekeeping,
I second or third floor. Gas and bath.
Rent reasonable. 1316 Howard St.
FOR RENT—New furnished front room*
facing Capitol Park; stationary wash
stands, hot and cold running water;
' electric light in each room; also use of
: phone and large bath. Apply 410 North
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2%-story
dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real
Estate Co.. 24 th and Derry Sti.
I BUILT especially for light housekeep
ing. with or without kitchenettes;
] rooms strictly private; stoves furnished
I free; laundry, phone and bath room
privileges; private lockers for surplus
furniture. Inquire office (or see jani-
I tor. same building), 429 Broad street.
(SuDday inspection invited.)
Real Estate
FOR RENT'—Two pleasant rooms, third
floor, for light housekeeping. 14-4
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WANTICI>—By April Ist, 4 or ft-roam
apartment; unfurnished: or house
keeping rooms, t»y cuuplo without rhi!-
| dreu. References exchanged. Address
| I>, ."467, care Star-Independent.
VMMNMMM mmmmmm
terms to live men or women. Apply
Wholesale Depot, North Third, top
! lioor.
WANTED—MMdIe-asetl married man
! wishes position on faim; has eNperi
enee and can furnish reference. Apply
i (70 Main St., Steelton.
WANTED—SinpIe man wishes position
j on farm; has experience and can ix'.ve
i reference. Apply <7O Main SL, Sleeken.
j YOUNG MAN, IS years of age, not
! afraid of work, desires work with a
chance of advancement. Apply to P. S.
j H.. 429 Broad St., City. Box 34.
| RELIABLE, energetic young man, IS
years of age, desires position of any
I kind: experienced in grocery business.
Address A, \Y. K„ 15J1 Vernon St., City,
YOUNQ MAN, JL won Id like to have
position to drive double team; 5 years
! experience. Call or address No. 1711 N.
i Seventh St.
WANTED—Colored boy. aged 21, would
! like work in private family; learn to
| run a car; good reputation. Call 3-i'J
Kelly St.
WANTED —Man wants work in a store
| or as Janitor, or work in private fam
ily. Apply 70 South Cameron St.
WANTED—-work of any kind; experi
enced chauffeur; understands automo
! biles; address or call 209 N. Second St.,
Steelton, Pa.
i YOUNG married man would like posi
tion n.-, chauffeur; eight years' experi
l ence; can do own repairing. Address
j or call 121 Strawberry Ave.
TWO carpenters want work at once;
iirst class finishers. Address JACOB
SANDEKS, Swatara Station, l'a.
WANTED—Position as collector, solici
tor or driving team; experienced;
would be pleased to have interview with
any person needing my services. Ad
dress 130 i N. Third St., City, or Hell
phone 16S5K. Ask for W. E. M.
YOUNG married man, experienced in
grading work of all kindi, under
stands the handling of men; would con
sider any offer. Address or call 142
North St., Harrisburg, l'a.
BOOKKEEPER, cashier (28). desires
position; ten years' experience; sin
gle and double entry; excellent pen
man; A 1 references; capable of taking
full charge. Address B. ENGEL, 3U4
Chestnut St.
WHITE BOY, IG years of age, would
like to learn barber trade. Apply
1114 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg, l'a.
WANTED—By a young colored man,
work of any kind. Apply 209 N. Sec
ond St., Steelton, Pa.
WANTED—Married man wishes posi
tion as clSrk in factory or store, or in
shipping or receiving department; can
give good reference and bond. Address
J. 1 S2i> Briggs street. Bell phone 2955W,
A GERMAN girl desires employment at
general liousev. ork. Apply 541 South
Front St., Steelton.
YOUNG WOMAN desires position as
housekeeper in small adult family.
I Address 3468, care Star-Independent.
WANTBD —White girl desires* position
to do general housework. Apply 1022
1 Market street. Room 2.
WANTED—Young girl wishes carpet
rags to sew. Call Bell phone 473 J.
I PLAIN SEWING wanted, to do at hotne.
_ Apply N. Sixth St., City.
I GERMAN woman wants general house
work. Apply 493 Molm street, or P.
10. box 116, Steelton, Pa.
A YOUNG LADY wants general house
-1 work or will keep house for widower.
Address 811 James Ave.
WANTED —A middle-aged ladv desires
a position as maternity nurse. 1443
Vernon St.
WANTED—MiddIe-aged lady wishes
day's work of any kind. Call or ad
dress 2005 N. Seventh St.
EXPERIENCED dining room girl
wants work. Call 418 Market street.
WANTED—Position of any kind, or
housekeeping in a widower's family,
by middle-aged lady with 10-year-old
girl. Address MRS. E. BRANDT, West
Falrvlew, Pa.
WHITE GIRL wants work of any kind;
sleep at home; would like Saturday
and Sunday afternoons off. Call or ad
dress MISS REED, 1527 Wallace St.
WANTED—By a colored lady, day's
work, dish washing or child's nurse.
Call 517 Shatter avenue.
WANTEt)—By young colored girl, dish
washing In hotel. Apply 519 Shaffer
RELIABLE and experienced worker
wants ironing or cleaning by the day.
Address MISS S. L. 610 N'. Second St.
YOUNG colored lady wants work as sec
ond girl, child's nurse or assist with
housework. Call 28 Linden SL
WANTED—Anne A. Mac Donald, 306 N.'
Second street, to whom two reserved
tickets were awarded to-day, good for
the evening performance at the Or
pheum, February 24. 1915. Call for them
at Star-Independent office before 8 p. ra„
February 28, 1915, or they will be for
WANTED—General housework or dish
washing, by a young colored girl.
Call or address 1324 H James St.
Hildebraud-Derr Wedding
West End, Feb 22.— A pretty wed
ding was solemnized Saturday evening
at the home of Adam Hildebrand,
swill 'llHiilibw I
j >' V J w 'V-ar* \f> QREAT'rAVOKITE' W/Tt*
R '!fi COR :'-'C *DP OUOP. CA Y. LADICS AttO:
1 Raymond Hitchcock in "The Beauty,
Shop." Boesn't the mere thought ot'l
•surrounding Uitehcoel; with a play I
ideating this alluring title prepare you
j for a lau^h?
r— — \
WANTED—A drug clerk; aQ. A. Ad- I
I dress .'MGJJ, care Star-Independent.
I ABUC-BODtKD MEN —Good eye s'.ivht;
j for firemen and brakemen; good
I wages; experience unnecessary; state
(age, ni cessary. Railway, caru Star-In
| ARE YOU a real live .talesman, between
the ages of J7 and 10 years? If so,
Ift me interest you in a proposition
which will pay you from to 540 per
j week, with chance of advancement.
; Must furnish best of reference and bond.
I Apply In person to JEWEL TEA C 0.," iGD
j Broad street.
AUTO transportation school wants men
| to become practical chauffeurs and
' earn i 73 to >IOO per month. Wo give a
thorough course in crude and practical
; work for $35.00. No. 5 N. Cameron;
| Heil phone 171 U.
i VVANTIOD—A f?irl for general house- I
work; small J'araily; #<>od wages. Ap- |
jply 1520 State street. I
WANTED' —Girls over 16
years of age to learn cigar
| making. Paid while learn-!
|ing. Apply at Harrishurg
j Cigar Company, 500 Race |
| WANTED Experienced help, i
Apply Silk Mill, corner Second j
! and North streets.
WANTED Good woman j
j for housework. Must un-i
jderstand cooking aud gen-!
eral housework. Address'
3495. <*are Star-Independent.
Death and Obituary
KLINGER—On February 18, 1915, John
Klinger, aged 57 years.
Funeral on Tuesday morning at 10
o'clock, from the funeral parlors of
Hoover & Son, 1413 N. Second street.
Relatives and friends are invited to at
tend without further notice. Interment
in Paxtang cemetery. Body can bo
viewed this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. William Writer and I
family, of 2550 ljexing>ton street, dosire
to return their heartfelt thanks to their
many kind friends and neighbors and
to the fraternal organizations who as
misted them during the illness and
death of their bHoved son and brother,
Solomon Henry Writer.
when Miss Klgie Derr, of Lancaster,
was wedded to Charles Hildebrand.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Dr. Glass. The couple was attend
ed 'by Miss Jennie Martin and Harry
Arnold. The flower jjirl was Miss
Kobs Arnold. Airs ,M. C. Geole presid
ed at the piano and played during the
ceremony. A reception followed.
/ "The Beauty Shop" is a musical'
I'omedy produced by Cohan &. Harris. I
| It was written especially for Kay !
1110 ml Hitchcock by Channing Pollock, I
; Rennold Wolf and Charles J. Oebest.l
I '
I PACKING—A. H. SHRUNK, 1906 North j
Sixth street, lirst class packer of fur- j
niture, china and bricabrac. Hull phone i
j W. J. WEXRICH. 330 Hamilton .street—:
I Furniture, china and pianu packing. ;
Shipments looked after at botii ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
I 32J7W. »
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I NOTICE—AII members of Octarora tribe j
No. l)i, I. O. K. M., are requested to be I
present at the regular council of the
| tribe on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock,
February liord, when rtnai action on the ;
revision of the by-laws will be taken.
W. A. WAI/fOK,
C. of R.
! == i
I WANTED—Ono horse to care for and
i board; best attention. Stable 1416
J Thompson Ave., with latest sanitary j
' equipment. Apply The Gardner-Bap-!
| list! Co., Thiru and Chestnut.
I TO' OBTAIN REST at night use Lung '
i Saver, The Good Cough Syrup. Good !
] for old as well as young; also good for j
j croup. Ask your grocer.
I i
j new eight-story brick warehouses, i
| one absolutely iircproof, divided into I
] tlreproof private rooms of various ;
I sizes for the storage of household |
I goods; the other warehouse ol the most
j approved type of tire retardant 00.-i- I
strueuon for general merciianuiMe. Tuey
are equipped with two large electric I
: treighi elevators and spirul cnute for
the quick and safe handling of house !
hold goods and alt kinds 01 merchan
dise. Luw storage raicfi. South Second i
street, near l J axioii, on the tracKs of
fenna. if. K.
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MONEY TO LOAN upon real estate se
curities in any anmounts and upon
any terms to suit the borrower. Ad
dress P. O. box 174,
PIANO moving by experts. WINTER
PIANO CO., :!3 N. Fourth St. Call
146. Bell phone.
ANY per»on needing money in amounts
from t.'i to SSO holding a salaried po
| sition, would be boneiited by calling
on us. Employes' Discount Co., 36 North
Third St.
LOANS —$5 to S2OO for honest working
people without bank credit at less
than legal rates; payable in install
ments to suit borrowers' convenience,
Loan and Investment Co.,
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ALL. kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, in
the city aud suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or
evening. WM. H. DARE, 1453 Vernon
St. Bell phone 3517 J.
f and, according to report, they have]
j lieen most successful in supplying bright!
i lines, blithe dances, funny situations
I and melcdious tunes, the whole making
j n procPssion of color and glitter through
Suites of 2 Rooms and Bath
Reysiard, 208 N. Third Street
Largo, light, airy, and comfortable rooms.
Steam heat and constant hot and cold water sup
Hardwood floors; electric light; wired for tele
phone service.
Commonwealth Trust Company,
222 Market Street Harrisbur*. Pa.
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For Rsiii
Desirable offices in the
CJnion Trust Building.
| Apply
Union Trust Co.
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Los} aad Found
FOUND—The; way to end your cleaning
and dyeing worries by calling either
phone for Eggert's Steam Dyeing and
French Cleaning Works. 1245 Alarkot
St. We call and deliver.
1/XST—ladles' hunting case gold
watch, case No. 8256, 6 sUe. liberal .
reward if returned to Star-Independent
DOST—'A Shrine gold pin. Reward if
returned to the War-Independent of
I/SST—A T. O. Fraternity pin, between !
Briggs street and Market Square, on I
Third street, or on Third street car. I
itoward if returned to M. G. WODBICUT,
HOI Briggs atreet.
Tbe Eev. B. H. Hart Addresses Associa
tion at Movie Theatre
Several hundred men were present
yesterday at the meeting of tbo Alli
son Hill Men's Christian Association at
Lenny's theatre, Thirteenth street. The
trieaker was the Rev. B. H. Hart, pas
tor of the Fifth 'Street Methodist
church, and J. H. Brasselman presided.
The singing was led bv B. F. Clipping
er. A delegation of moil from the
Harri«burg evangelistic chorus was
which Hitchcock babbles glibly with his
Yankee touch of lingo and haberdash
ery, immaculate and characteristic.
"The Beauty Shop" will ■be at the
Majestic to morrow evening.—Adv.*
j Philadelphia, Feb. 22.:—Receipts for
the week ending Saturday evening,
! February 2ft:
I Cattle—W. Philadelphia yards, 710:
Gray's Ferry Union yards, 082; North
Philadelphia yards, 130; total for week,
| 1,822: previous week, 23ift.
■Sheep anil Lambs—VV. Philadelphia
, yards, 64<»; Gray's Ferry Union yards,
sti.l; N. Philadelphia, yards, S00; total
j for week, 2,1)0": previous week, 4,068.
Hogs—W. Philadelphia yardu, 1,580;
Gray's Ferry I'nlon yards. 2,411: North
Philadelphia yards, 1,00 ft; total for
: week. 4,991; previous week, 3,929.
I Calves—W. Philadelphia yards, 197;
Gray's Ferry Union yards, 200; North
Philadelphia yards, 3ft; total for week,
453; previous week, 5>1»3.
Beef Cattle—The run of cattle was
very light, owing to recent quarantine
conditions, with prices, however, hold
lug fairly steady. Ohio and Kentucky
stock being offered. Cows and calves
sold slowly at former rates. Quotations;
Steers -Extra higher; average best,
18.1T (tii x.25; choice, $7,90 fri 8.00; good,
17,60# 7.75; medium, $ 7.10 ftt 1 7.50; com
| mon, $7.0007.25; bulls. $5.50®6.75; fat
cows, $4.50©6.00; thin cows, $.1,250
j 4.50; milch cows, common to choice. Hi
@75; extra, SBS; veal calves, excep
tional lots, 511.0ft(f? 11.50: good to choice,
j slo.oo# 10.50; medium. $8.00#9.00; com
mon, sG.oofa7.oft; southerns and barn-
I yards, $5.00#7.00.
Sheep and Dambs—There was not
much doing, while values showed no
material change, y notations:
Wethers, extra $6.75017.00
T'hoice $#.25 #0.50
Medium $5.00# 5.50
Ewes, heavy fat $5.50®6.00
Extra $9,25 #9.50
Good to choice $8.50#9.00
Medium SB.OO #8.23
Common $6.00 #0.50
Hogs—An unsettled inspection situa
tion prevailed. Strictly reliable rates
arc therefore omitted. Quotations notn-
I Inal.
City Dressed Stock—Trade was very
j indifferent and of small proportions,
with a fractional drop In steers, heifers
and cows, other meats barely steady.
Sjteers, 10fu 13; heifers. 10# 12 V 4 I cows,
8%/ lI; veal calves, 15®>16; extra calves,
17: southerns and barnyards. 10«d12;
cuuntry dressed, 13# 14; extra, 10; sheep,
10#11; extra wethers. 12; lambs, 15#
16; extra lambs, 17; hogs, 10 (4 #lO%.
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Feb. 22.—Hogs—Receipts,
38,000; strong. Bulk, 6.5ft#6.60: llg-ht,
6.4506.70; mixed, 6.35#6.80; heavy, 6.15
j #6.55; rough, 6.15#6.30; pigs, 5.50#
Cattle —Receipts. IS,000; steady. Na
tive steers, 5.25#5.50; western, 4.80#
7.35; cows and heifers, 3.40#7.60; calves,
7.00# 10.75.
Sheep—Heceipts. 8,000; strong. Sheep,
6.50#7.35; yearlings, 7.30#7.i)0; lambs,
7.35#8 Bft

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