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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: THURSDAY, FEDIUTARY 18, 1904.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
BamoTi of War Sent wht Eoaritij sad
E'vtt Com Somewhat.
CLOSING PRICES ARE HIGH ONES OF DAY
Iprnlalon' Are Able to Manipulate
Every neport Onlni to Pres-
t Condition of the
Market.
OMAHA, Feb. 17, 1904.
Rumors of war and of English-Russian
complications caught a very k ami rap
Idly declining muikvt about the middle of
morning and sent wheal soaring, and Io
a less degree brought corn up. 'the clos
ing prices were in most ohkh tne high
niees of tho day. The market III In su :h
conJItlon that trie speculators are alle to
use every rumor that comes along to ma
nipulate the market. The uncertainty Is
apt to bring wide fluctuations European
exchanges are reported as being very tm
asy. A confirmation of tne lialkan
rumor would make an acute situation, for
It would suut oil all export lrom Russia
and the Danube countries.
Chicago opened on May wheat at 90c,
thin being Vac stronger than the close of
Tuesday. It noun declined, however, to
trie. Omaha opened at the clotting figure,
kic, but fell away rapidly to 80tt,c. a lo.-s of
lo. The market rallied on war rumors
ani on buying In Chicago by shorts who
got short on the break. Omaha, on the
rally, went In a short time from 8tta2 to
M'ac, with bidders eager. Ily noon Chi
cago bad recovered from 6c to 9So, fallen
away to the half and returned to !)''v'
July wheat opened In Omaha on tho closing
figure, dropped VaC to 76o, and then r.tp
Idly advanced to 79c, a gain of 2Vt:. Chi
cago opened Weak on new July, fell to
W So below tne opening, and xor high
mark later touched 88ic.
Jriay corn opened wealr at 45c, fell away
to 44"o, and then waa bid up to 4oc, ahd
later the bullish feeling took It to 4js.
Chicago varied between 64Wc anil bf"o.
July corn was offered fieely lrom the open
tug, 46c down to 4440, but lllile was taken.
Chicago July, during the same time, ad-va-neetl
from tlhio to u3?tr.
Omaha Mny and March oats opened at
Tuesday's eloso, and were bid up ViC, Wlin
little changing hands.
The range In prices of Omaha grain Tor
fin mm H.nvnrv and the close today and
Tuesday were a follows:
losed
Open. High. Low.
Today. Tue
Wheats
May ...
July ...
Corn
Mar ....
July ....
Oals
..SJ
..74 V
..45
..45
83V4 W B
79 76Vs 7o'A 7t
4S4B 44 45 45 A
4IU 44! 451 46
42 41 42 41'4A
39Vi 3
, Grain Market.
May
March 39
Local Cash
Cash grain wag dull thla morning, with
light receipts and slow business. Prices
were strong, without Any ' advance, and
the tendency was upward. Some grain was
held over for better prices tomorrow. hc&t
receipts were light, being 2 cars In and 3
cars out; one week ago, 6 cars.
Bales of. car lots by sample on track,
Omaha:
Hard Wheat No. S, 1 car, 83c, 1 ear 82c
Corn receipts also were light, bting 9
cars In and 20 out; one week 'ago, 29 cars
In and 8 out.
Bales of car lots by sample on track,
Omaha:
Mixed Corn No. 4, 1 car, 40c, 1 car 40r.
Receipts of oats were 3 cars in and 16
out; one week ago, 16 cars.
One car of No. 3 rye sold for rj4o.
WHEAT No. z hard winter, 84itlf; No.
S hard winter, 8cii!S5c; No. 4 hard winter,
72'&78o; No. 2 spring, H'JiUlc; No. 3 spring,
fjkWUflc; No. 4 spring, 7n4jrsc.
CORN No. 2, 4.Vu"44c; No. 3, WH-ttV,c;
No. 4, S9Vji40Uc; No. 2 yellow, 4:vac; No.
t yellow, 4Ki42c; No. 2 white, 43(tj44c; No.
3 white, 414i42c.
DATS-No. 2. 37V4rT3RW-: No. . XWdWAc:
No. 4. 3flM.T7c: No. 2 white, 42 43c; No. 3
white, 40tt41e; standard, 4ntf41c.
Notes from the Exchange Offices.
H. O. Leavltt and F. J Campbell were
admitted to membership at the directors'
meeting Tuesday.
Omaha Inspections of grain vere 3D cars.
Of theso two cars graded No. 2 hard win
tar wheat. IS cars No. J pom, t cars No. 4
00m. 1 car No. 3 yellow corn, 1 car No. 3
white nats, 11 cars No 4 white oats, 1 car
No. 2 rye and B cars No. i rye.
A meeting of all members of the Omnha
Grain exchango has lieen called by the
directors for next Ttiesdr. y at 1:15 c clock
In the exchange hall. The object Is the
limiting of the membership to., 200. ,j Tho
original numler was but It Is felt by
the directors that this ntinber Is too largo
and that 20 active members will be more
effective. Kansas City has a limit of 200.
As the Omnha exchange now has nearly
the limit proposed, the effect t.'lll be the
early appreciation in value or ir.e snares.
Grain Markets IHsew here.
' Closing prices of grain at the markets
named Tuesday ana touuy were as toiiows
KANSAS CITY.
Wheat
May ...
July ..,
Corn . .
May ...
July ...
Wheat
May ...
Today
Tu'day
82
' 78
70S
46'4
46 4
ST. LOUIS.
, 94
8H
July
July
6W4
...1
MINNEAPOLIS.
4tH
CO
Wheat
May ...i
July
DULUT1L
Wheat
May July
V4
i5U
957,
9I
94HB
N1W IUKK.
rfuy'". I1.00A
July 9b(
94R
Motes of the Grain Trade.
Primary receipts were: - Wheat. 675.000.
against ,000; corn, 7tl.ono, against 672.IXIO.
Shipments were: Wheat, 8.M,im, against
137.UU0; corn, 2,000, against 418,000. -
Minneapolis stocks show a decrease of
J6,0 taisbels fur five days.
Chicago receipts were 31 cars of wheat,
none or contruct grade; 347 cars of corn,
none contract, and 138 cars of oats, 5 con
tract. Estimated receipts for tomorrow
are 26 cars of wheat and 220 cars of corn.
CHICAGO GHA1JI ASH PROVISIONS.
Fetaree of the Trading and rioalntf
Prices on Donrd of Trade,
CHICAOO. Feb. 17. War cumpl. cations In
Europe, as well as In Asia, whirled wheat
uu 2c, a bushel today for May delivery.
July lumped V. Compared with last
nlsht's wires May wheat ut the chute
aliuwed a gala ot lVtfl'SiC. The net advance
lu July wheat Is lc. May corn la up -hjC,
oats 7.o and urovlHluua loo to 274c.
Wheal at the opening was about steady
on the comparatively calm tone of laLile.
foreign marketa showing no resoonne to
the decline here yesterday. Initial sale of
May were a shade lower to a shade higher
at 9tiVv9Ho, while July was a shaue to
SilVtc higher at 7Vit.-7V Helling by the
principal long, followed by proiil taking
by smaller holders, carried May down tq
fttic. Julv stld off to htiHc. Toward the
noon hour traders were HcUed by an acute
attack of war fever. A report was circu
lated that an uprising had occurred In the
naikans. f rom tne moment tnis announce
menl was made until the do so ot the
slim there was an urgent demand for both
May and July wheat. 1 here was a scram
ble among shorts to cover and the k-ad.ruc
bull houses bought freely. The trade was
of such large volume that Individual trans
actions were allowed t pas almost un
noticed. The market turned suddenly
strong and sharp advances were made In
ail deliveries.
Another factor that hclHM) to strong-then
the situation was a correction In Drad
streets' world's visible supply figures. Ac
cording to the revise.! data the available
Stocks show a decrease of 7v).ulo buheut
Instead of an Increase of 217, itw bushels, as
announced yesterday. The export business
was an additional bull factor. A reoort
from Raltlmore stated that foreigners were
taking all the onYiiiiKS In the hape of
wheat, while New York also claimed a big
shipping demand. I'nder these conditions
May ruse rapidly up to 9o and July wu
forced up to (-ye. 1 he close, was aim, st a
the too figures, with Mav at 97T.c and Julv
at 8H(,c. Clearances of wheat and flour mm
eo.ua I to 4(,S"0 nunheis. prima rv receliii
were 57S.8W) bushels, compared with 47.100
bushels a year ago. Minneapolis, liuluth
and Chicago reported 4M cars, iixalnst SIS
oars last week and cars a year ago.
The corn market was a very nervous af
fair. There was heavy i-elllng of May eirl
In the day by some of the principal ho der
and wun only a mouerate oemami from
shorts prices suffered a considerable eel
back. After oiM'ntnar unclixnged to lc
lewer at 644 tl .4 ' kc May declimd to 644c
nnrn the report was circulated that wa
had broken out In another ouwt-r Inivlni
orders apiiearrd to come from all directions
There was active covering bv sle-r's and
commission houses bouuht Mbeiallv. of
ferlngs becsme extremely lUht and hi f re
any larse iiuanllty of rorn came out M iy
Sdvancrd to 66c. Trading was active the
remainder of the ses.l.m. Although re
tjesstvbs irum to high pulnt wars maue.
the close was strong, with May Sc hlghr.
July wns also up "so at bJ'o. Locai re
ceipts were 247 cats, none of contract giavie.
'1 lie fame Influences that governed whtai
and com a ft led the oats market. Lead
ing In, 'I houses sold early and caused ton
siuemble weakness, letter, however, the
rsrly sellers were fortnl to turn buyers
and there was also active buying by shorts.
Outsiders were good buyers on-the war
news. The close strong, with pric
near the top Msy opened SilSc lower at
4.i'i(43V declined eanv to 42V. but raillej
later to 44c. The clone was Mi'irc higher
at 43S'a I.T'.o. July was up He at M c. Locil
recelpis were las cars.
Provisions were1 string throughout the en
tire d.iy. In far.: of lower prices nt the
yards the opening In provisions was nt
pllnhtly Increased prices. A smnlier run of
hogs l,iitn expected accounted for the ad
Vance, buying for Investment account, due
to the wnr scare, bi-gan later In the day.
The close was strong, with May pork 27So
blgher at 114.97V. May lard was up 12Vti
15c nt 17.75 and ribs pic higher at $7.20.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
rum; corn, 20 ears; oats, 110 cars; hogs,
36.0HU head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlc!.-. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Yesy
'Wheat I ' ! I l
Mav IMVkV 98 05 977, HftS
s Julv ISM (ji-tii !' ! R7r 1M, SftVti '.4j
bJuiy X7V'', 9 86 8s4 87
a Sept. MVu-S 85 83 85, 84
Corn- I I
Feb. r,2'i
Mav 54cV. M 64 55 Vx 5C4
Julv 62( ' 63' 62 63 62
Outs I I
Feb. 4"4' 4t'4 S9 41 4f-
Mav 4fhl 44 4.", 43rstl M
July 8!ii 1 J9 I Sf.'i
Setpt. 31, S4H 34',i,34itMi 31
Pnrk-
Mnv 11 75 15 cT. 14 (Ti 1 14 97 14 72H
Ju'y 14 70 14 90 14 57V41 14 85 14 65
I -writ I
May I 7 f.2 7 75 7 B2H' 7 7S 7 62H
July 7 75 7 85 7 72 7 82H 7 70
Kl'is-
May 7 10 IKS J WVi 7 20 7 10
July 7 25 7 32 7 20 7 7 20
No. 1 a old. b new
Cah niiotntions were as follows
FLOrK
-Firm: winter patents, M 40
4.50
mraiKniH. ai.iuwi..ri eorinar oaienis.
tttttfUM! .tea srht. k.1 (urij lrt- t irer. 5i
4(3 40.
WHEAT No
11.00.
COHN'-N'i). 2,
OATS No. 2,
44Mre.
3, sofijWc; No. 2 red. 95eQ
51Hc; No. 2 yellow, E2ic.
4Kj41Vzc; No. I white, 41V&
K 1 E NO. 2, 6HC1
BARLEY Cloort feeding, 4041c; fair to
Choice molting, 4SflB.Sc.
BEED8 Flax. Nrt. 1. 11.11: No. 1 north
western, $1.17. Prime timothy, $3.26. Clover,
contract grade, Slfl.90.
ROVI8IONH Mess pork, per DM., M4.T5
(f?14.87H. Laxd, lwr 100 lbs.. $7.32Hi7.55.
Bhort ribs sides (loosel, M.87H'i7,7.12H- Short
Clear sides (boxed). $7 12H'7.26.
WHIHKT Basis or Mgh wines, $l.?7.
F allowing are the receipts and shipments
of flour nnd.graln:
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bblsi
... (K.OfiO 45,100
... RX.5O0 23.P10
... 4W.4"0 lln.7)
... B4(S,700 t3.4O0
.... 10.100 7,000
... 138,600 10,100
Wheat, bu
Cornt bu ,
Oats, bu
Rye. bU
Barley, bti
On tho Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creameries, la'-ic;
dnlrrew, 13Hia2o. Eggs, easier; at rr.axk,
cases Included, 27(g2VxC. Cheese, Arm, 10
lOTaC. -
SEW YORK OKSEHAL MARKET.
((notations
of the Day o
Various
Commodities.
NEW TORK. Feb. 17.-FLOCR-Recelpts,
19.4X2 bbls.; exports, 8.697 bbls.; market
quiet, but firmly held; winter patents,
S5.OtKii6.25; winter straights, $4.76ii4.90; Min
nesota bakers. $4.0n4 4.26. Rve flour, firmer:
fair to Kood. $:i.t3'ii3.ov; choice to fancy, $4.00
61 41. Buckwheat flour, dull. $2.004i 2.15.
CORNMfiAlj- Firm; yellow western, $1.10; 1
city, $1(; kiln dried, S2.9tt3.00. t
HV-4jule:; No. 2 western, 72c, f. o. b.,
Clloat; state and Jersey, Oo'iiflSc.
HARLIi Y ljuict and steady; feeding, 75e,
c. i. f , Nw York; malting, 60c, c. 1. f.,
Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 3,900 bu. Bpot market
firm; No. 2 red, $1, elevator; No. 2 red. $1,
f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern tuluth,
S1.08H, f. o. b., adont; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
nominal, f. o. b., afloat. Options opened
firm on firm cables, continued cold weather
west, but declined on liquidation and com
mission houBe selling west. Later prices
ugaln turned higher on war news, which
re-establlHhed dollar wheat, and closed
l'4,c net higher. May, 98Vt'l 00. closed ut
$1; July, 9.m'n9TV:, closed at 9GVsc; Sep
tember, 8ti'V'it'le, closed at 88V4C.
CORN Receipts, 7n,950 bu.; exports, t30
bu. Spot market firm; No. 2 nominal, ele
vator, and 65V,c, f. o. b, afloat; No. 2 yel
low, 5Kc;No. 2 white, 65c. Option mar
ket was steady at the opening, with light
local selling, strength in wheat and local
covering. Closed S-ltf'iiTt.c net higher. May,
59600, closed at 60 6-lCc; July closed at
"OATSRocelpts, 15.000 nil. Spot market
firmer; No. -2, 61c; standard white, 64c; No.
2 white, 64c; No. 3 white, 64c.
HAY Quiet; chipping, C0'if70c; good to
choice, ttft'iiaoc.
RICE Quiet; domestic fair to extra, l
i5Hc; Japan, nominal.
iOPBHim; common to choice, 1903, JtOfl)
S8c; 1902 crop, 241i'28c; Pacific coast, olds, 10
iil5c; 1W3 crop, I7H36C; ll2 crop, i4ii-'7o.
VimKf-l Firm: Oalvcston. 20 to 26 lbs..
8c; California, a to 25 ;ba.. 19c; Texas dry.
, to SO lbs., 14c.
TAI.I.OW Bteadv: city 1$2 per pkg.), 8Uc;
country (pkgs. freel. 51Vi( 5H0.
UKA Til Kit meaav; acio, i.nijvc.
PROVISIONS Reef. Arm; family, $11.00?
11.60; mora, $9.ot)fiU .50; packet. $10 orvri 10.50;
city extra India mess, $15 00fil7.50. Cijt
meats, quiet; picaieu rieine, ai.Avii 1. 10,
pickled shoulders. $6: pickled hams, $in.ftn?f
1 .00. Lard, steady; western steamed, tint;
refined, steady; continent. Ii.to; Booth
America, $S50; compound. $6.75if7.o). Pork,
steady; family. $1; short clears, $15.00
17 00; mess. xin. Vh'fl n wi. ..
RCTTER Firm; fresh creamery, 15(rT2Bc;
state dairy, 14T(21c.
CHEESE Steady; state run cream, iancy.
small end large, coiorea arm wiuie ocinnur
ber. 12c; slate late made, lOVic.
EOtlS Hteaov; western arsis. c.
POULTRY Alive and dressed, quiet, un
changed. ' ,
St. I.onla Grain nnd Provisions.
BT. LOUIS. Feb. 17. WHEAT Higher;
No. 2 red. CHSh,
elevator. $1.0o:
a-a..U
$1.06; May, 91c;
July. S6Vfl6c;
No. i
hard, HKulKtfcc.
CORN Higher; no, z casn, x;
track.
46&46y'; May. 60c; July, 50
juiy, ouvje.
I IX 1 I- 1 1 I U Il.'l . 1 V. It V Cell.
4JC
track.
42'a'U4.Hc; May, 4-4e: ino. a wnne,- c.
FL)L K Steady ; rea winter paienia, si i
4l5.0i.iO; extra fancy and straight, 4.04.W;
clear, is.ni 'rjitio.
SEED Timothy, steady, i2.wrra.su.
CORN MEAIr-Bteady, $2.50.
BRAN Strong; sacked east track, F7(fJ9oc.
HAY Dull; timothy. $u.uujil3.u); prairie,
t9.ONiie.50, for No. 1
ikon ci ini in l i e; ii.uo.
B A OH 1 N O 6. iii6 Wc.
HEMP TWIN r7 fie.
PROVISIONS Pork,
higher; Jobbing,
tl5.37; lard, higher,
hacon. steady, boxed
prime steam, 6.9o
extra snorts,
$8.00;
clear, $x 12'; short clear,
$8.25.
POI LTltY Hteany
chickens,
prings, luc; luraeys, ioc; ducks, ijc, geese,
Itl'TTER Flfm; creamery, 2027c; dairy,
15tf2iV.
EGUS-Bieaay, iBc.
Receipts. Shipments
Flour, bbls 9.000 20,000
Wheat, bu 125.000 85.000
Corn, bu M.i") 6H.001
Oats, bu 63,001) 44,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
VTAMSAS CITY. Feb. 17 WHEAT Mav
83c; July. 79c: cash, No. hard, tK'uKSe;
No. 3, 4uS6c; No. 2 red, 99oi.00; No. S,
9tVii98o. . .
CORN May, 44jc; jury. v,c: rash. No.
mixed, 4Sc; No. 2 white. 44o; No. I,
43iC.
OATS No. 2 white. 42i343c; No. 2 mixed,
Ki41 Wc.
HAY' Choice timothy, t9.50if9.75; choice
pralrla, $7 50.
RYE No. t. 66c.
lit'TTER Creamery. 2T823c; dairy, fancy
is..
EOOS Firm. Missouri and Kansas cases
returned, 24c; new No. 2 whltewood cases
Included, 2tc.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu...
Corn, bu.-..i.
Oats, bu
10300 JS7. sm
56.001 67.i
, 12,000 13.000
Mlnneattolls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 17. WHEAT May,
MVM'tc; July, 96c; September, til4c; on
track. No. 1 hard. 98c; No. 1 northern
97v-4c; No. 2 northern, 94c; No. I northern
Saoi'.-Oe.
FLl'R First patents, $4 ir5 .00: second
patents, HK'utW, first clears, 3.fXa3.70
second clears. I.' wyii; ill.
BRAN 111 bulk. fLS.OOfl5.2S.
l.lTrrpool Grain Market,
LIVERPOOL. Vo. 17. WHEAT-Spot
nominal; futures, quiet; March, 6s
May. 6s 6d
CORN Spot, American mixed. new,
steady, 4sd; American mixed, old. firm.
4s 6V1. Futures, qultt; Mircn, 4s 3d
Ma, 4110.
Bank 4 learlaas.
OMAHA. Ftb 17 -Hank clearings for
teiHT were $1 lak.KM 71. an Increase of $72,
972.79 over the corrioiidiiig day last )ear.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Extreme Dnllneis Jis.ifiei the Auumptlon
that Profen onah Hate Control
RATE WAR ON GRAINS AbSGRBS ATTENTION
Market Also ABevted by Threats tbal
Traffic Redaction Mar lie Carried
to Other Classes of
f'relaht.
NEW YORK, Feb. li. The frequenters ot
the Blues exciiunge chaiiKeu tneiT l'sliliiu
in tlit; unmet touny and mmi! siock.4 in cun
tiast to tue buying ot yeaieruay. ur ratnei,
the party winch uougiu yesieiiisy hart noi
couiaae to coimnue uielr operation, whue
imir upponeius, who had sold at the au
tanoe eruruay, saw a proul in ortcrmg
aowu puces and proceeded accoraingi.
i ncy bad rather more auccuas In maintain
ing the ueennes to the end of the day tnan
uiu tne nuns yesterday in holuing tne ad
vuiiceB. 'i he extreme dullness ot the mar
ket and the poignant complaints of ail
commission houses or lack ot autlb lent buxi
liens lu pay oiiice expenses warrant the
assumption that operations are exclusively
lu proiessional hands.
line various news Items of the day are
oftereu to expialn the varying movehients
of prices, It is clear that the -.iiovemenls
represent the Ideas of professional traders
as to the change In vaiues resulting lrom
occuraucea railier than actual transactions
In lliiuiuatlon or in Investment. In today s
maiKet the lniluence which received must
atientlou and dlscdsslou was the rate war
on export grain rates, especially that pha.e
ot It that concerns the lake tratllc from
HurTalo. As the dispute Is wholly In re
gard to the making of contracts on busi
ness yet to come the tcrlmonv displayed
is the more remarkable. Fears of coming t
depression In railroad trafllc and in general
business are thus Inspired. 1 he firmness
with which the opposing contentions are
maintained on the comparatively Jnimpor
tant matter of the dilierential on export
t ,... . ... - ...1
" uaio .10 i nnaueipiua aim
Uultlmore as aKalnst New York cause heed
to lie paid to threats that the war may be
carrleu to other classes of freight and to
other destinations, so much has been done
of late years to neutralise the control of
old rate disturbers that the Involvement
of the principal lines gives a decided chill
to speculative sentiment.
Some effect on stocks was also produced
by the whispers sent around that the heavy
drop In cotton and consequent speculative
losses were going to result In financial
troubles. These rumors were without veri
fication. The difficulties of some of the
insurance companies Involved in the Baltl
misre fire awakened attention to the possi
ble aftermath of that Are. - O-ermany con
tributed a siory that the Russian govern
ment was taking a strong attitude toward
the British government In regard to the
expedition Into Thibet and foreign stocks
seemed to be moved by a rumored Albanian
revolt. Whatever share these various In
cidents may have had in the day's decline
It was obvious that many were influenced
by the fact that yesterday's attempt to
lift prices had proved abortive, so that a
movement downward was most available.
The bond market xwas dull and heavy.
Total sales, par value, 11,224,000. L'nlted
Slates bonds were unchanged.
Following are the quotations on the New
York Stock exchange:
Sale. High. Low. Close.
Atcnisrn li.iOO a, w 67
UO piU ,, KUO
Bultimore & Ohio 10,400
do pl'd
89.
89
89 '4
7Va
704j
Canadian Pnclflo
Central of N. J
Chesapeake St Ohio..,
Chicago & Alton ....
do pfd
Chicago Gt. Western,
1,000 HO 1164 H6s
lob
36
s2t4
lo
162
110
170
t
!9V
.'114
400
400
824
iovi
140H
"io'
l?a
31
36 Vs
H
139H
'io
1974
300
Chicago & N. W....
Chicago, Mil. & St. P.21,000
do pfd
Chicago Ter. A T.,
1(10
loo
do pfd
C, C, C. & St,
Colo. Southern
do 1st pfd ,
' do 2d pfd
D1. A Hudson ....
Del., 1-aek. & West
Uenver & It. (J,...
do pfd
trie
Uo 1st pfd
100 164 16U
J6
M
U3
00 . IS? 169 15.I-14
. 200
. 100
.33,Ki0
. 8.8110
. 2,000
20
67T4
251,
63
4214
,20
6774
24 hi
63
4114
20
68
M'i
63,
r.
7214
81'
127-4
86
18
34
1034
ss
llVVfc
66
6-'i
120
894
86
37 C
do 2d pfd
tTocklng Valley
do pfd
Illinois Central
Iowa Central
do pfd
K. C. Southern .....
do pfd
Louisville & Nash...
Manhattan L
Met. Becurlties
Metropolitan 6t. Ry.
Minn. St. Louis...
M., Bt. P. & 8. S. M
do pfd
Missouri Pacific ....
M., K. & T
do pfd
Nat. of Mex., pfd...
New York Central...
Norfolk & Western.
do pfd
Ontario & Western..
Pennsylvania
Pitts., C. C A St. L.
900
&0u
128
18
127
1714
1,800
600
1044
1421 103
12
317
65
62
89"
16
36
1,000
100
600
s',506
200
100
118 '
66
63
io'"
16'4
36
4,400 114 114'-, 114
.... 67H
ttt
3. 400 20 ' 2(11,4 20
49,000 114 :i3 Ui
Reading
do 1st -pfd
do Id pfd
7,700
400
42
88
41
80
2 '
79
b6
22
fl
43
14
J2
46
20
ec
22
?3
S3 4
89
18
35
14
18
Hock Island Co
5,500
200
22
1.
2174
61 .
do Dfd
Bt. L. & S, F., 2d pfd.
St. L. Southwestern..
100 14 14
do nfd
Southern Pacltlo .....
Southern Railway ...
do pfd
Texas & Pacific
. 9,100
. 1.900
. 1,400
. 900
'. Hn
.11.700
. 100
. 100
. 1,300
4674
20
81
22
84"
77
20
82
23
Toledo. St. L. & W...
do pfi
34
lTn1on Paclflo
77
do rfd
Mil
" 89
8 18
15 85
Wabash
1
do pfd
35
Wheeling A Lake E..
Wisconsin Central ...
do pfd ..
300 42 41
Adams Express
109 190 190' 190
Amer. express
I'. S. Express
leti
Wells-Farito Express,
210
48
19
67
29
88
8
31
2"
78
48
Amal. Copper 39,600
Amer. Car & F'dry... 200
49 48
19 19
29 29
do nfd
Amer. Cotton Oil......
200
do rfd ,.
American Ice
d rfd
Amer. Linseed Oil....
do pfd
Amer. Locomotive ...
2,800 22 22
do bfd
Amor. Bmelt. A R
do ofd ion bi
91
91
Amer. Sugar Refg... 4.100
126 124 12S
Anaconda Mining
4
Rrooklvn R. T 34.400
Colo. Fuel & Iron.... loo
4:i7
31
1941'.
41
31
42
31
193
18
Consolidated Gas 2.2AO
192
Corn Products
do pfd
Distillers' Sec
General Electric
International Paper.
300
18
IB
7W
100
100
f4
1R6
14
165
2rt
165
33
do pfd '. ...
International 'Pump
do pfd
National Lead 100
North American 2"0
Pacific Mall 600
Peoples' Ons 100
71
15
84
n
S'A
29
69
210
l.-.v,
85 H
16
85
57
98
rressed eteei car
do nfd " ....
Pullman Palace Car
do pfd .
44
778H
7N,
7
r.i
n
44
11
wu
16"
87
Republic Steel So 7 7
do pfd '
Tenn. Coal A Iron... 300 tn 3
I' S. Leather Son T 7
do pfd 700 77 76
IT. 8 Realty
do pfd l."00 64 B3
V. S. Rubber 200 12 12
do pfd
l'nlted States Steel.. 1. H 11
.1o nfd 13.500 7H IWS4
Westlne-house Elec... 700 161 160
Western 1'nlon
Total sales for the day. 4Ot,500 share.
Boston Stack Quotations.
BOSTON. Feb. 17 Cull loans. 4(r4U per
cent: time loans, W4 per cent, umclal
elnlnar r-rtce nn stock snn nnnns:
Atchlaos
Atohisoa
Ad. 4s
....17 Wasting, common ,
.... 97 Advanlura
44S Allouaa
. ... 44ti Amalgamatad
. ... v Amr. Ziua
...16 Atlantic
....1st Hlnguam
...,17 I'al. aV Hacla
...1U Ontannlal
.... 10 roppar Hang .....
H..lt4:ralr Wast ,
.... 74 ( Dominion Coal
. . i
.. 4
..
Mai. ( antral 4a..
Atihiaun
60 pfd
Roatnn 4 Albas)
Huatos Mains..
Bnatna F.la'alsd
rilchburf pld ...
Mas Cantrai
N. Y . N- H as
.. 1
..46.1
.. 17
.. so
Para Mrqutta ...
t'nlus Pacltc
, n Franklin
. 1S4 Oran.-r
. 74 Jala Rorala
. 4 Maaa Mining
..
.. fi4
sffltr. Arga. Cham
da
pfd
A mar.
tmr.
!'- runs.
.. J
.. i
.. 15
N
.. I'lSa
.. II
.. 14V,
.. (0
.. I
.. M
.. 4
... Ml,
,.. I3S
.. I
,.. TOUj
Sugar .
124 Ml.'f.lsau
....a. 114 IMohawk
IJdtal Montana C. & C.
10 1 old Dominion ....
...... tSa na.-ola
do
pfd
Aaaar.
t a t...
Woo las . .
to
pfd
Dominion I. a S
Fellaun Eire. Illu:
Cfnaral Elactrtc .
Mass. Klrrtrtc ..
do pfd
Maaa Uaa
s FarnK
HI jguincr
lai Shsoaoa
t Tamarack
tt , Trinity
t t I. Mining
M ,1'ua
47 .victoria
I'nilad Fruit
t'nltad Shoa
Mack.
dn pfd .
r. I. Staal
do pld .
z I Winona
11 IWolYsrtne
114
Now Yark Money Market.
NEW TORK, Tea. 17. MONEY On call,
savsy at I'm yr taut; clutuug bid, 1 per
pent; pfTrred, at i per rent. T1m loans,
easier; n days. 3V'4 per cent: 90 rtsys, t
1(4 I er rent; H months. 4c?4V per cent
I'RIMK MEHt'A.NTII.B PAPER tt!fH
fxT ce-it; sterling eX'-hsnge. firm, with
actual btisiness In bankers' bills at $1741
li"5 for demand and at 14 27'a4 for
slxtv-rlpy bills, posted rates. 14 Kli4jii4 4 and
4 Sb'. commercial bills, t4 PCV.
HILVEU Bar. 6?4c; - Mexican dollars,
4f.'c-
HoS'DS Government, steady; railroad,
heavy.
The closing quotations on bonds are (
fellows:
V B. rf. U, rf....l4 1, N. unl. 4
dn coupon 104 Minlmitiin r. r 4r...
da S, rrg liis :Mri. Ontril 4
do roupon 14 ilo lt Inc
do nrw it, reg Minn A Bt L. 4...
da coupon I.li, M . K. T. 4s
do old 4t, ref 1"T I do :
no coupon 1"7 N. R. R. of M c. 4.
Atchlnon gen. 4l tt N. V. t'. g l"it
da IJ it H.i N. J. C. g (
Atlantic C. b. 4s ... lzKi. Paclnc 4a
H ii (r. 4a I'H SI do 3
do 1 N. W. c. 4i
Central of (la. (a....106Hi 0. ft. I,. 4a & par..
no 1st lie 7n IPenn. ntnr, in
rhes. 4k oble 44 ...1HH Rrsdlag 'n. 4
Chicago A A. i'a.. i5-ifit. b. tt I M. c. da
C, H. Q. n. 4a... 91 '..St. I.. S f. ' 4a.
65
124
74j
97 '4
7lV
14
974;
U
toiH
7.l4
47",
"4
S
n
1I1H
m
93H
C. M. & S
C. a N. w
P.
4. .ll St. 1.. 9.
.. .12S , Fbord
W. tl
A. L.
4a.
. .a
. M'4j
.112
. 9
.lniT4
. 94
. 72Uj
.114
. 1S
.
.
("., R. I. ft P. 4a
t'0 col.
So. 1'aclfl.1 4
So. Railwajr bs
Tfxas A P. is
...
. .'. IH.
C.C.C. ft Rt. U g.
Chicago Tor. 4a..
4a. 97 H
7VS T-. St. I.. A W. 4a.
Con. Tobacco 4a 56
'olo. A 80 4s 4
D A R. O. 4s 97
Kris prior llan 4s.... 97
do gen. 4o w,
F. W. A P. C. Is. ..105
Harking Val. 4va...lU64
OfTcred.
Vnt3n rscinc 4s
do conv. 4s
f. 9. Steel 2d (a...
Wshash la
do deb. B
W. A L. E 4s
Wla. Central 4a....,
London atoek Market.
13NDOX. Feb. 17.-Closlng:
Conaola. money
do account ..
Annconda
Alchlson
do pfd
Raltlmora A O..
Canadian Pacific
. f N. T. Central.
86 13-m Norfol A W..
117
s
r.sts
94
ii
41
it ,
4
47S
n1! do pfd
.... 9 lOntarln A W..
.... 9! IPcnnsvtvanta ,,
.... HP.and Mln-s ..,
....iM't Rcaillng
do Irt pfd...
.... I014I do id pfd...
.,..144a o nallway ...
.... do pM
.... J"S Ro Pacific
7"il'nl'in Piclfl.' .,
.... K do pfd
.... liii V. ft Ptel
43 I do pfd
....lHUWahaoh
....10714 do pfd
C. A Ohio
rhlcasa nt. v
r m. a St. P
Pefleern
d a a. a
do prd
Erin
do lrt pfd...
do d pM...
Illinois Central
Lou I a. A Nash.
M.. K. A T....
9r
11H
(HI,
1?'4
.... 16-
BILVER Bar, uncertain, 57H"1 PT ounce.
MONEY 2f(i3 per cent; the rate of dis
count In the open market for short bills Is
3"i93a per cent; fur. three months' bIMs,
3'A(tf3 per cent.
evr York Mlnlntz Qaotntlons.
NEW YORK, Feb. 17. The following ars
the closing- quotations on mining stocks
Alums Con
Alios
bmeca
Brunswick Csn ..
Comatnck
Con. Cal. A Va.
Horn Silver
Iron silver
Laadvllls Con ...
19
Llttla Chief ...
Ontario
Ophlr
I'hoenlx
Potoal
...IS
... 10
... I
...
...no
...120
...ISO
... 1
.450
,.600
.
.. 14
,. 42
.. M
. 20
..245
j Ha rage
I Sierra Nevada
IKmall Hopes ..
(standard
Foreign Financial.
LONDON, Feb. 17. Money was In quiet
demand in the market today and supplies
were superabundant. Discount rates wero
easy, partly due to favorable continental
exchange, though it Is not likely that they
will be materially reduced at present, owing
Ing to the continued Argentine demand for
gold. Business on the stock exchange gen
erally was quieter and the dealings were
narrow, though certain stocks were buoy
ant. Consols were easier on the Balkan
situation, but closed an eighth above the
lowest of the day. Foreigners practlcnlly
were stagnant. Russians were depressed.
Americans opened dull and Irregulnr, hard
ened to about parity, became Inactive and
cl ised weaker. Grand Trunk weakened on
the decrease in trafllc, which was nearly
double, what had been extiected. Kaffirs
and South Americans were firm. The rise
In the price of silver, owing to the far
eastern drtnani strengthened Americans.
The amount of bullion taken into the Rank
of England on balance today wns $M0,00o.
BERLIN, Feb. 17.- 0crators on t'10
bourse todty werp nervous, owing to the
reports from Bt. Petersburg. Exchange on
London, 20m MMtPfgs for checks; discount
rates, short bills, 2 per cent; three months
bills. 3 per cent.
PARIS, Feb. 17.--Prlces on the bourse to
day opened heavy and the report of another
Japanese victory caused a general re
action. Turks were seriously affected on
account of rumors of further Balkan eom
pllcntlons. At the close storks were feeble.
I? 1 BU ! '1 n . .Sfwllnnrl ffinalflnraKlv I , ..r 4 n 1 ...
closing at 92f 35c. Ttlo Tlntos lost 9f. The
private rate of discount wns 2 9-16 per cent.
Three per cent rentes, 96f 8Cc for the ac
count. Exchange on London, 25f 20c for
checks.
Cot to , Market.
LIVERPOOU Feb. 17. COTTON Snot
tr.iKieraae business done, with prices 14
points hlfther; Amerlcsn middling fair,
?.34d; good irilddllrfB-. 1AM; low mlddlliifr,
7.02d: Rood ordinary. 6 92d: ordinary. 6.72d.
The sules of the day were 7,00t bales, of
which 5110 were for simulation and export,
and Included 6,600 American. Receipts were
9.0H0 bales, lnclmllnir 8,0tn) American. Fu
tures opened steady and closed feverish.
American middling:, g. o. c, February, 6 6d;
t enruary-ftiarch, u.Miil; March-April, 6 X7d;
April-May. 6.8Ud: '.lav-June. 691d: June.
July, 6.91d; July-August, 6.91d: August-September,
si. 7M , September-October, ff.lfid; Oc-tober-November.
6.9(H1. The Cotton exchanite
will be closed on Monday, February 22.
NEW YORK, Feb. 17, COTTON-The
market opened strong; at nn advance of
6&6 points and was soon selllnK up 4317-45
Jiolnts 011 stronKcr cables than expected,
n the last few minutes the market rallied
to the hiKhest of-the- day and closed at
E radically the best, firm at an advance of
Kr lo points. Exports were moderately full
and there were reports cf a large spot busi
ness In the south that helped the late ad
va nee.
ST. LOriS. Feb. 17.-OOTTON-Nnmlnally
unchanged: middling. 13c; sales, none:
receipts, 750 bales; shipments, 247 bales:
stock. 13,173 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 17. COTTON
Nomlnal; sales, 5.565 bales; ordinary,
10 16-l.6c; good ordinary, 12c; low middling,
12e: middling, 13c; good middling, 13c;
middling fair, 13c: receipts, 3.850 bales;
slock, 416.902 hales. Futures, steady; March
129HC, bid: April, 13.15r13.17e; May, 13.41c;
June, 18.63 (T13. 67c; July, 13.K5c; August.
12.65c, bid; September, 11.76c, bid.
Wool Market
BOSTON, Feb. 17. WOOL A healthy
condition prevails in the wool market al
though trading Is quiet. The demand Is
steady, even if slight, at firm prices. Med
ium wools nave been most In demand and
they have felt the Impulse toward a higher
movement. There Is a steady business in
territory wools, which are firm, pulled
wools seem to be In general demand. Little
la being done with foreign wools. Some
current quotations are: Idaho, fine, 164jl6c;
heavy fine I3rii4e; fine medium lfV-(jl7e;
medium. 12ft l8c. v vomlng tine, 15ui6c;
heavy line. lMrltc; tine medium. 16ftl7e:
medium, 18&19o. Utah and Nevada fine,
15'nl7c; heavy fine. 134414c: fine medijm,
16&17c; medium, 194920c. Dakota fine, 15$
16c; fine medium. 16ul7c: medium.
Montana, flrr choice, 19jj20c; fine medium
choice, 19i'2oe; average, lnQlDc; medium
choice, 19''ti2iV.
8T. LOUIS. Feb. 17.-WOOL Steady ;
medium grades combing and clothing, 17Cri
21c; light fine, 15fil7c; heavy fine, U'ffl
Hc; tub washed, 2ixQ31c.
... Coffee Market,
NEW TORK, Feb. 17. COFFEE The
market opened steady at a decline of p'
points on March, with the other positions
unchanged to 10 points blgher and while
generally quiet, ruled steady to tlrm on
European buying and bullish advices con
ceruing the corning crop, which one fl.in
tos firm placed at 2.500,000 bags for Rio,
and 6,5m),(Nj for Santos. Another Santos
cable from private sources predicted a
falling off in the movement at primary
points and stated that wealthy houses
were holding spot coffee out of the mar
ket. Importers continued selling moder
ately, but the demand from European
sources was swollen In the afternoon by a
better class of commission house business
and the market was finally steady at a
net advance of IWtO points. Sales were
reported of 99.000 bags, including March at
6.654ro.dOc; May, 6.8i(io Kc; July, 6.10ii6 25c;
August, 6.2'ic- September, 6 3Kfi5oc; Octo
ber. 6.406 45c; December, 6 6t "06. 75c. Spot
market, Rio, steady; No 7 invoice, 7c;
mild steady; Cordova. htiWic.
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK, Feb. 17. OILS Cottonseed,
steady: prime crude, nominal; prime yellow
S8'u3c. Petroleum, steady; refined. New
York. $895; Pennsylvania and Baltimore,
$6.90; In bulk. $6. Rosin, firm; strained,
common to good, $2.9u. Turpentine, quiet;
6tiAnj7c.
OIL CITT, Feb. 17 OILS Credit bal
ances. $1 80; certificates, no bid. Shipments,
lefl.316 bbls : average. 71.590 bbls.: runs. 69.-
69 bbls.: average. 68,216 bbls ; shipments,
Lima, 72.812 bbls.; average, 61.412 bbls.; runs,
I.i-ia. 51.54S buls.; average. 45.083.
SAVANNAH, Feb. 17 OILS Turpentine,
nothlnar doing
ROSIN Ouitt; A. R. C, D. E. $180; H
$175: I 11 10; K, $3.26; M, $3.30; W U, $3 46;
W V, $3i.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 17. WHEAT One
cent higher; No. 1 northern. 9K.y9v..; No. 1
northern. 93&'j6c; July. 89ii97ac.
H Y E 1 o higher; No. 1, 7HT72c.
R A RLE Y Firm; No. 2. 63c; sample,
totjsiuc.
COKN-rirmi Nov t, 4ij4c; May, 65 3
OMAUA LIVE STOCK. MARKET
Otitis Ef-cVpt) Liberal, but Deti'ablt
Kinds Sold 6troiigr.
HOG MARKET EASED OFF A TRIFLE
Very I.laht Ran ot Sheep and Lambs
nnd with Active Demand Good Staff
Bold Strong to a Dime lllaher,
Others SIott and Weak..
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 17. 1904.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Off'.Hal Monday 1.441 4.iii lll.ctU
Official Tuesday 6.188 10.496 11,721
Ofllclal Wrdnenday 18u0 10,700 2.7U0
Three days this week.. 14.419 26.905 27.483
Same davs last week.... 9,089 24.610 22.N67
Same days week before. 7.7M M,"3 18.096
Same three weeks ago.. 11. 619 21, M3 27.930
Same four weeks ago. ...11.898 23.665 26.6:18
Same days Inst e.r. .. .14.313 3o,2u6 17,728
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omnha for
the year to date, with comparisons wlih
last year. 1904. 19nJ. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 113.036 L1.717 t.Ill
Hogs 8i.Kil3 808.375 1,612
fcneep 38,713 167,002 71.711 ....
Average prices paid tor h"gs at South
Omaha tor the last several days with com
parisons' Data. U04. lKn.190!.iU01.:itoe.U3'Jt.lt9l.
Feb.
Ftb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
i-eb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb
Feb.
Feu,
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
I. ...
2....
3....
4....
5....
t....
7....
....
9....
10...
II. ..
12...
U ..
14...
15...
t 72 I 6 tJ 8 Ml 4 f7 t 64 t 64
4 73 8 C3
4 4i 6 70i
6 S61 4 681 8 64, M
t 92 4 621 t 69 t 73
5 94 5 81 I 8 69 t 71
t 11 23 4 60. I 8 73
4 81
6 .
4 76
t 82
6 76
74,
4 b0 .
t 16 t 211 4 70 1 6,
6 tw 9 a 1 on S !
t 75
8 71
171
t 76
3 77
81
4 88
4 89
6 01
5 00
6 01
5 us 1 6 2.
4 76
4 84
8 66j
t 70
3 711
3 66:
6 71
76
6 70
6 72;
6 26
6 001
01 s s:
4 801
6 04 6 80
6 981 6 24
4 79
4 r2
4 9ol4, 6 So,
1 6 do
3 6S1
3 66
7 5K
t 92 1 t 80
4 75
8 73
3 83
3 Hj
4 99 I
6 03 72
5 81, 6 2-
827
6 781
16..
4 831 t 68 1 t 89
4 76 3 68( t 84
17. .. i U2 I 7 03
Indicates Sunday.
The ofllclal number of cars of stock
brought in by each road was:
lame. nogs, bu p. 11 r s.
C. M. A St. P
... 1
... 1
... 6
... 63
... 6
... 61
15
abash
M . Pacific
Union Pacific
C. & N. W
F E. & M. V
C, St. P., M. & O.
B. A M. Ry
C, 11. & W
2
2
9 6
4
34 11
8 1
31 i
4
8
10
1
3
4
160 11
23
49
8
K. C. & Bt. J
C, It. 1. or. P.. east... 6
C, H. I. Ac P., west.. 1
Illinois Central 4
Chicago U. W
Total receipts 207
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tho
number of head indicated:
buyer. cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 1,174
Swift and Company 1,18
Cudaliy Packing Co 1,029
Armour & Co 1,463
Armour & Co.. Sioux C'y 77
1,502
1.MI9
475
L512
06 i
8.1HS
3,372
666
no
Vansant & Co
Carey & Benton
Lobman & Co
McCreary & Carey
W. I. Stephen
Lewis & Underwood ....
Huston & Co
Hamilton & Rothschilds.
L. F. Huss
Hobbick & B
Sol Degan
8. P. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
Hagerty A Co
Other buyers
87
62
132
62
135
67
21
95
29
17
36
87
46
113
604
711
Total
6.469
11,147
1,600
CATTLE There was another liberal run
of cattle here today which makes the re
ceipts for the three days this week con
siderably in excess of the same period of
last week and also of last year. At some
other markets, though, supplies were lim
ited this morning, so that the total num
ber of cattle in sight was not excessive.
There were about sixty cars of comfed
steers Included in the offerings and buy
ers took hold of the better grades quite
freely and the market on such kinds could
safely be quoted strong to a dime higher.
In other words, the desirable grades sold
about as well as they did on Monday, the
decline of yesterday being regained. When
it came to the commoner kinds, however,
there was not as much Improvement. The
liberal receipts gave buyers a chance to
ilscrlmlnate in favor of the good stuff, and
as a result the warmed up kinds were
neglected and but little better than yester
day. As will be seen from the sales below
the quality of rome of the cattle was
fairly good, one bunch selling as high ss
$5.00.
The cow market slso was active and
stronger, sales showing a gain of ss much
ss a dime. The same as with steers the
improvement wns most noticeable on the
better grades and such kinds sold right
around steady with Monday. The medium
and common kinds, tiough, did not regain
all of ysoterday's loss, though In most
cases they sold a little stronger. The bulk
of the early arrivals was disposed of in
good season, hut owing to the late arrival
of trains the day was well advanced be
fore a clearance was made, the commoner
kinds heing dull .
Rulls sold fully steady with yesterday
and so did veal calves and stags.
The few stockers snd feeders that sr
rived sold freely at fully steady prices
where the quality was at all good. As
high ss $4.00 was bald for some cnttle of
gooa flesh and quality. Common stuff wns
slow, the same as usual, but about steady.
Representative sales:
BKKr f i ttita.
No.
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1 76 14 107S 80
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I 15 Jl 10t I M
t U It 1224 t IS
t 16 9 1130 I 90
I 40 : 1M4 I 09
t 10 II... .US! t to
(0 83..' 1044 i
r.0 It 1M i M
I 40 It U4 4 00
I SO It 11K4 4 00
I 09 I '110 4 00
I 4ft 4 lltt 4 00
I 74 10 104ft 4 00
I TO II 1228 4 10
1 TO 1141 4 10
I TO 41 lt4 4 1ft
Tl 17 1100 4 16
76 II I..1II0 4 10
TS ? 114 4 10
t 7ft 1311 4 10
t 71 I ..UU 4 K
I 75 IT 12l 4 25
I 75 40 1314- 4 ti
I 7ft 40 1171 4 25
I io IT 1270 4
I 10 It 127 4 10
I DO 14 1221 4 SO
I 10 it till 4 40
I M 4ft 1111 4 M
I 10 tl 1241 4 III
I 0 4 1241 t 04
130
, 121
IX
1001
mi
mio
toes
9S
155
10&S
130
1071
S4
lof,0
1044
Ill
1001
14
10J0
1051
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1070
lfj
107
1021
M
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6...
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10...,
1...
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STEERS AND COWS.
1227 4 10
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
10U I 0
IS...
Id...
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II...
.. io
.. 170
.. I'll
.. 7:ji
..1041
.. 140
.. 7T
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.. m4
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.. 171
... "t
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..101
..lit
,..1111
... 50
... I3
... IIS
,.. 171
,..10M
,..1011
t 90
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154
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104)
1110
1107
1151
1H)
420
13S
KMT
12IS
194
mi
10JT
1470
I '141
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lt"0
liso
1124
1247
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I 10
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I It
I II
I II
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I 1
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t 2(
I 21
I 25
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I 10
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COWS AND HEIFERS.
.. til I V
HEIFKKB.
1 2 VI 1 ftO 1 T0 00
1 0 I 10 10 T7I I 10
ft 6o I H I ISO I 15
I IM I 10 44 731 I 18
ft Kg Hi II lf'Jl I IS
4 4t I 40 ft 74 I 45
ft 124 t 10 1 1514 4 04
" "'bulls. ,SM 404
J 1440 1 IS 1 140 I 10
1 1100 1 25 1 l3i I 10
1 12M t ftO t 1440 1 1ft
1 110 1 M I lion I Sft
1 12U0 I 5 1 1240 .1 15
I (M I 1ft I lto I IS
1 1140 I 0 1 1440 I H
1 1170 1 0 1 17M I 40
lft IMS I 00
CALVES.
1 too I 00 1 M0 I Tt
1 430 I H 1 110 I 00
4 t0 IM t Hi ft 00
1 iso in I loo iff
1 no 4 00 1 no i ;o
1 i 4 is .
STAGS.
J. 117ft t la 1 1150 I 14
I !Sf! J !rt 1... I M
TOCKERt) AND FEEDERS.
1 130 I 50 H 701 I (ft
41 441 I 00 I 1051 I 54
I 440 I 00 4 m I 50
I ThO I 00 IT at IM
1 774 I to 47 SIT I SO
t T71 I U f 114 I SO
It I7T I 4 ft 44 t 40
I rs l It Ttt I TO
I TM ft 4d ft Tat I TO
1 4 lit I at tl 1M1 t IS
4 0 I 45 1 sio 4 no
I 4: 4 I 45 50 7)4 4 00
I 1 I 45 0 744 4 00
HOGS There was a aootS run of hogs on
ale this morning, and. as advices from
other points were unfavorable to the sell
ing Interests, buyers here started out to
buy their supplies a little lower. The mar
ket opened weak to n nickel lower and n
good many hints sold on that basis, as
there did not seeni to be any chance of
getting more money. The local demand,
though, was apparently heavier than usual,
and It soon lieiamo evident that there
were none too many hniis cn sal to till
orders. As a result salesmen held their
droves for more money and trading soon
became more active, with good weight hoas
steady with yesterday's general market,
the early decline having been regilned
The lighter weights sold rather unevenly.
In some cases they h.ousht as much as
they would yestenlsv, while In others thev
had to sell a little lower. The lluht
weights sold mostly from tl9." down, good
weights largely from $.". On to $." Of., nnd
prime heavies from $5 05 up. Representative
sales:
No.
to
16
11
SO
41
17
IT
M
til....
7
7
T
to
71
17
M
71
ft
40
T6
It
74
4
M
1
10
17
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T4
so
77
4t
71
10
1
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7S
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14
in
62
TS
44
10
27
77
71 ....
M
. tr No. At. sh. Yt.
40 4 10 45 lf . . S f!4
... 4 16 J 2R4 SO 5 Li
... 4 60 S ...lift ... ft OS
... 4 80 ( 23ft 40 8 OS
... 4 85 8 234 ... 6 05
... 4 0 12 217 40 ft OS
... 4 tO 44 240 SO t 1
1H0 4 5 !0 271 w I Hi
loo 4 s ::. 171 ... s or.
... 4 VS 79 221 ... t 05
so 4 5 is ::,? so I i
20 4 5 71 221 ... I Oft
110 4 W (7 214 ... t OS
SO 4 Vu f 2 VI ... I IS
... 4 5 71 241 ... ft
SO 4 95 73 221 M I 14
... 4 j S ttft ... f 05
40 4 ir, 10 130 ... S OS
... 4 15 77 117 ... 6U5
ISO 4 95 TS 114 ... t Oft
... 4-. It 221 ... I
... 4 9ft 44 26 120 S 05
... 4 In 128 ... I 05
40 4 95 70 248 ... S 03
... 4 45 41 14S ... S 05
80 4 95 IS 171 ... t 06
. . 4 95 SI 230 ... S 05
40 4 7'4 17 214 ... 6 06
80 B 00 tl 247 ... B 05
SO S U0 S7 144 ... S (i4
... ft Oil T2 144 ... ( 071,
40 6 00 ft .161 ... I 071,
... S 00 r.3 ,84:i 40 6 07
... t 00 74 241 ... ft inw,
... ft 00 S4 t45 Iff. ft H
... ft 00 Ml 275 SO B "7',
... IS 00 22 272 ... f. 07y,
... ft 00 40 K0 90 ft 07
41 I M TO 200 200 ft tr,,
... ft 00 70 2M 80 6 071,
... ft no 9 5i". 180 S 07l
... I 00 45 V44 ... B 11714
10 ft 00 01 277 ... B 10
... ft 00 18 ftiM 171 6 10
... I 00 81 210 100 ft 10
... 6 no 7 ?iu ... in
... ft mi 71 251 ... 6 10
... s 00 s ... ft 10
... ft 00 C4 250 ... ft 10
40 ft (;ij ft a 278 ... 6 10
MO i 0i, 68 rn.-. 120 ft 10
120 ft K"i 8" 206 8(1 6 I"
80 ft H7v !5 i'76 ... 6 10
... ft 02', f9 27 ... 5 ,2
... 6 021, 28 219 80 a 12',
40 ft 03i, It 929 80 ft 124
... B 02', 44 til ... ft 15
..in
..114
..1:4
..14T
..174
..1TH
..175
.241
..190
. .2'
.170
. .104
..117
..10
..171
..lit
..221
..1S7
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. .108
,..1S"
,..113
. i
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..;o4
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. .2"!
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. .220
.241
. .113
...lfH
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,..19T
. IIS
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...211
...250
...19
..245
. . 2"0
...211
. . . 2S"
,..117
. .243
...22S
...230
14,-..
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it'.'.'.
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71...
71...
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.142
S 02'k
till k.b.i' There was a verv llht run of
sheep here this morning tor a Wednesday
and, aa local buyers nau to have somo
fresh supplies, the market ruled acuvo and
strong. Uiu good, fat stuff. In fact, coulii
sufcly be quoted strong to a dime higher.
The, Johnson ewis that fold on Monday for
$o.8a Bold yesterday for $3.90 and for $l.t0
today. Other Rales were also around u
dimu higher and everything ut all desirable
wits soon dlsMeed of. Suine of tne p.trt
fat klndd, though, were rather neglected
Hnd salesmen were culling that cla.su slow
and weak.
There were but few feeders offered nnd
no particular change in the market was
noticeable.
Quotations tor corn-fed stock: Good to
choice western Inmhs, S5.S4fij-5.SK; fair to
f:ood iambs, t5.25tff5.60; good to choice yoar
Ings, $4.7rx(iS.OO; fair to good yearli-igs, $4.50
S4.76; good to choice wethers, $4,011(34.25;
fair to good wethers, $3.7534.00; good to
choice ewes, $3.76i44.i9i; fair to soitl ewes.
j mitifo it., cnoice reener tamos, 4.2:f(i5.i
rair 10 good. $3.5004.00;
$3.50(fj4.rn; feeder wethers.
feeder yearlings
f3.7Mi4.00: feeder
ewes, $2.60(S3.25,'
culls.
$1.752.00. Repro-
sentativo rales;
No.
64 western ewes
181 western ewes
IS westorn wethers .....
109 western wethers ....
10 western ewes
1 buck ,
124 western ewes
73 western ewes
3W western wethers ....
f64 western ewes ,
114 western wethers
13 western wethers ....
66 western wethers ...
170 western wethers ....
17J western wethers ...
60 western wethers ....
Ill feeder lambs
22 western lambs
6 westtrn lambs
146 western lambs
t western lambs
21 western ewes
109 western ewes
188 western lambs
209 western yearlings ..
144 western yearlings ..
142 Mexican yearlings ..
605 Mexican yearlings
Av Pr.
,95 3 75
, 123 4 0)
7S 4 31
,95 4 20
,90 3 W
200 8 2.'.
91 3 40
103 8 75
, 125 3 90
87 4 00
117 4 10
, 138 4 10
Ht7 4 10
,132 4 20
134 4 20
137 4 M
,66 4 50
,72 4 85
,70 6 00
, 74 6 25
, 126 6 60
,71 S 90
, 123 4 00
. 70 4 75
,80 4 So
,82 4 90
, 75 6 05
.59 5 (5
Stock In Sight.
Following are the receipts of live stock
for the six, principal western cities yester
day: Cnttle.
.. 4.80-)
..18.000
Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha,.
Chicago
Kansas City..
St. I Willis
St.. Joseph ....
Bloux City ...
Totals
10,7(8
2,701
26,or)
3.'n
2,500
2.703
87.000
12,100
9.0H0
7,461
4.000
8,ni0
4.000
2,14-1
800
.87,940 73.163 35,903
CHICAOO MARKET FOR LIVE STOCK.
Prices atronsr and Higher for Cattle
nnd Receipts Are Fairly Large.
CHICAOO. Feb. 17.-CATTLK Rer slots
i,.V0 head; market strong to higher; good
to prime steers, t5.001p5.75; poor to medi.im,
sa.totjpt.N); stockers and feeders, I2.fotii4.30;
ners,'tl.75r(.56; bulls, t2.25410; calves, I3.50
ti7 25.
HOOS ReMlpts toflny. 86.000 head: es
timated tomorrow. 35.000 head: market
mostly 5c lower: mixed and butchers. 15.00
O0.8O; (food to choice ieavy,x $5.25Wi.40;
rough heavy. $4 91(5 20: 1 ght. $4 60fi6.l0:
bulk of sales, $4 95iS6.20.
BHKEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 20.000
bead; market steady; lambs and sheep,
steady: good to choice wethers. $4 OntfH (10:
fair to choice, mixed, t3.5tvri4.25; we-tern
sheep, $3.00fi6.60: native Inmbs, $-l.0u4"6.00;
western lambs, $4.76'i6.10.
Kansas City Live NtocU Market.
K ANSA 9 CITT. Feb. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 8,1X0 head, Including 800 southerns;
market steady to 10c nigner; export and
dressed beef steers, 10c higher, $4 6.VJG35:
fair to good, strong, $4.OTViH.60; western fed
steers, steady, S3.4iTt4 25; stockers and
feeders, steady, .iJH.25; southern steers,
10c higher, M.6nrT4.45; southern rows, 10c
higher. 12.46474. 40; native cows, strong. $1.75
63.60: native heifers, strong. $3.'tiR .95 :
bulls, strong, $2 6516; calves, strong, $3.00
lit) nn.
HOOS Receipts. 12.000 heart: market
steady to li lower, closed firm; top, 5.174:
bulk of sales. M.ietfa.io; heavy. . ihwi.it1:
ackers, $4 9otJ.(i6; pigs and lights, SI.7..7D
90 .
8IIEEP AND LAMRS-Recelpts. tOO
head: market 5'fi1flc higher; native lambs
lo.oo7f 3.75: western lambs. $6.0(kir"..70: fed
ewes. $3.5'fl4.15; western fed yearling", $4.75
Cf5.15; stockers ana teeners, ;.tsj'y.uo.
St. Lonls Live StiM-k Market.
ST. LOUIS. Fib. 17 CATTLE Receipts.
4.000 head.
Including
2.4Hi Texuns; market
active, strong and higher;
native shtpnlng
and export steers. $4 25'f5 25; drexsed hcef
and butcher steers, tl (nnifS .2'; steers under
1.000 lbs., t.l.Re'fifi.MO; sto. kers an,1 fee lers.
$2.15g,3.75: cows antL heifers. $?.2ri4 On; run-
ners. z.vrtcxt, nuns. a-.nuiaJp";- citi-rrs,
$1 fn(j5.50; Texas and Indian Hteers, $2.S(iiS'
4.20; cows and heifers. $2,155(3 10.
HOOS Kecnlnts. 9.1101) heart: mnrket rsipv;
lower; pigs and lights. $4.7oifp3 15; packers.
$4 t4H!j5.26; butchers and best heavy, 5.15'rf
5 35. . .
SHEEP AND I .AM MM Itecelnts, 2,MI
head; market steady to strong; natlre mut
tons. t3.4tyl4.(B: lamna. tnwin": runs ami
bucks. t2 264.26; stockers, t2.00((T3.'J0.
nt. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,340 head; market steady
market steady to lor
higher; natives,
heifers, tl. 76(34. 35:
$3.6S'no.25; cows and
stockers and feeders.
12 7rv?f4 16.
Ht H Receipts. 7.4.:i nun: marsei
steady to tic lower: Unlit, tt 77.4(6.00; med
ium snd henvv. t4 95?" 20. ,
SHEEP AND LAM H3 Receipts, 173
heart; market stradv; lambs, $5.75; year
lings, $5.00; ewes, $4.50.
gloox City I. Ire tork Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ta . Feb 17 'Special TeTe
arsm ) CATTLE Reeelnts. no heart; msr
ket steadv; h4eve tl RiVti4 60; etiws. bulls
and m I x ed . t5 3"31140; strxkers and feerl.-s.
$3 7.i"0: calves and yearlings. $2.50413 5(1.
HOOS PeeHpts. 4 0(1 head: market
stesdy; selling. 14.7565 15; bulk, $4 9Gti5 00.
Metal Market.
NEW TORK, Feb. 17 -METALS-Tln had
a sharp break In the Ixindon-market, snot
losing 12s td and cl oaring at 125 hm while
futures were 16s lower at 126 17s fid. Lo
cally, tin was Influenced somewhat by the
waknfs shrnsrt. rlnelng quiet hut a little
lower at M t"H45-M 76. Connor also wn
lower la LsjcuIuo, sMt declining t to 67
Is d and futures ?s 6d t f M 7s 61V L. ally.
copper wns unchanged, with like qui'ted at
$12 iV'.il; ;.-,; elei ti olj tic and c istlng nt
$r.' :t,'.,i12 Lead was a little higher
here and f.rm nt tl Soli 4 but unchsngett
In I,oei1,m nt 11 U's ti. I. Hp. Iter slso was
firm nnil higher locally, with sot quoted,
at te.K'.ir, I", while there was a decline of
L's 6d to 4..1 lit 1 In the English market.
Iron clt'si'd at 5e 9d In Olnsgow and Us
lSd In Ml.lillesboriiugh. Ix-allv. Iron was
imchitngeii; Nn. 1 northern foundry II
quiited at $15 i;fir,.i; No. 3 northern foun
dry at til ,ikk,i 5 im; No. 1 southern foundry
nnd No. 1 southern foundry, soft, at t'.lii
&14 25.
8T. LOCI St. Feb. 17. -METALS t-ead,
strong nt $1.37. Si!ter. higher at $1.80.
t
diniH iu;.i: ah: market.
Condition ot Trade' and Quotations on
staple and I'nncy Produce.
KOAiS-Recclpts. mure liberal; market
Weaker; fresh stock. 27c.
LIVE POI LTRY Hens, tv; spring chick
ens, 9c: roosters, according Io age, oc; tur
keys, 131114c; ducks, 9; geese, 80.
DRESSED POULTRY -lurkcj ir, 16,jl7ct
ducks, ll12c; gcece, 10c; chickens, 9Vvlt
Ui
UCTTER-Packlng stock. L'1il3c: cholea
to fancy dnlrv rolls, I;'.,l4c; separator, 2Je.
FRESH FISH-Trout. i'.il0c; pickerel. 6
tiOc; pike, 9c; perch. 6y6'o; bluefiah, l.c;
whlleflsh, !fti9f; ralmoii, lie: luidilta-k, Uc;
codfish, 12c; I'cdsnnppcr, He; lnbstern, bollnd,
per Hi.. S2c; lobsters, preen, per lb., 2"o
bullheads, 11c; catfish. Mm 14c; black bass,
20c; halibut, 10c; crapples, 12c; herring. 4tiJ
W hite Ikiss, 13; Muellns, 8c; smelts, HH) ilci,
OYSTERS- New York Counts, per can,
4".c; per sral.. t2 00; extra select, per can,
S5c; per gal., tl.80; standard, r can, 27cj
per gHl., $1.50.
HH AN Per ton. II.'.BO.
IAY Prices quoted by Omnha Wholesale
Dealers' assocbttlnn: t'iiolce No. 1 upland,
$0.30; No. 2. t6.0; medium, $3.50; coarse,
$jOii; ryo strnw, $5. 00. These prices nre for
ray of good color and callty. Demand fair
tnd receipts light.
VEGETABLES.
POTATOES Colorado. tUU; Dakota, ier
bu $1 (8i; natives, 90c.
SWEET POTATOES Illinois, per bbl.,
$3. ;..
NAVY llEANS-Per bu., $2.2.-..
CEl- ER Y Lnrrje California, tc, 750 ami
tor.
ON ION'S Spanish, per crate. $1.; Colo
ratio yellow tuid red, per lb., 2c.
CAKRAQK Wisconsin HollunO. 8o! net
Citlifiirnln, fVr.
TURNIPS fl.snnda rutabagas, per lb.,
l'c; white, per bu., tVc.
CAR HOTS-Per 8".'.
PARSNIPS Per tu . 6t,c.
BEETS Per bu . .
CAULIFLOWER California, per CMtn,
$;.-.-,.
CCCI'MRERS Pee dot . t1.26ttt1.r4.
TOMATOES-Florida, per 6-basks. cratstl,
$4 5,1.
. R VDTSHf'S Prr doc. V.mchrs. S5c.
LKTTCCE HEADS-rr cls. bunches. PW
0S1. 00; p4-r bbl., t7.00; lesf lettuce, er dos,
bunches. 45e.
TV R NIPS Southern, per dos, 75c.
PERT ft Southern, per rtos., 76c
CARROTS Southern, per dog., 760.
PARSLEY Southern, per dot., tl.00.
Fur. its.
APPLES California llellflowcrs, per box,
tl.tS; New York export Greenln&s, RjsseU
and baldwlns, $3.75.
OHAPLS Imported Malagas, rer keg,
tO.lK,.
CRANBERRIES Jersey, per bW.. $7.00$
per box, $2.50; Wisconsin Hell and Bugle,
7.50; Hell nnd Cherry. $6.50.
UrP.AWr.ERRIES-Florldit. per ct.. 60a,
TROPICAL FRLITB.
ORANGEB Navels, all s ses, choice, $2 00
Q2.; fancy, all sixes, U i?-50.
LEMONS-Cullfornla, fancy, 3r0 to 360,
13.60; choice, ?40 to 270 slles. t3 0oy3.2i.
FIGS California, per H-lb. cartons, 8oc
lupoited Umyrna, 3-crcwn, Ho; fc-ciown,
lCc, 7-crown, 16c.
liANANArJ Per medium sized buncha
$2.Po(!i2 60; Jumbos, t2.i6(ij3.25.
COCOA N U TS Per sack, $4 00; jer doiu,
60.;.
DATES Persian, rer box cf 10 plg
$2.00; per lb.. In 60-lb. boxes, 6c; Oriental
stuffed OaUm. per box. $2.40
MISCELLANEOUS.
(IIEESE Wisconsin ".wins, full cream,
lie; Wisconsin young A merit-as, 13c; block
Swiss. 16c; Wisconsin trick, 13c; Wisconsin
ilmburger, 12c.
HONEY Nebraska, vcr 24 frsmes, 13.00;
Utah and Colorado ver 24 frame. $3.
.APLK SUiAR-Ohlo, per lb.. 10c.
riPF.R Per bb!., $5.60; ter Vt.l'bl-. $3.75.
POPCORN Per lb., itc; shelled, Sit343w
.H.HSK RADISH Per caso of 2 doi.,
pecked, 50c.
fHDEP No. 1 fcrern, tc; No. 2 green, 6c!
Ncs 1 salted. 7c; No. S salted 6c: No. 1
real cnlf. 8 to .'2 lbs.. 8-;c: No. 2 -onl calf,
: to 15 1bs., 6'4c: dry sa'.te! HdiS, SljL'c;
s,hren nelts. i5ft76c; horse hides. $l.Boy2.60.
NUTS Walnuts, No 1 soft-:.'. ell, jer lb.,
15o; hard shell, per lb., lie; No. . soft
"hell, per lb., 13c; No. 2 hrrd shell, vtr lb.,
1::.;; Lrar.l's, icr lb., 11c; flberts. per lb
)7c; nimonds, ..oft-shell, per ib., 15c; hard
fhcll, pel lb, i3c; pe.-nns, Isrge. per !'.,
1-r; stnnll per ib., 10c; 1 earA'ts, per lb., 6c;
roasted penntfts, per lb., 8c: Chill wnl
puts, ji-Ti:i'Af: large nlckorv nuls. t'r bu.,
$1 50; shell barks, per bu., n.OP; bl.ck wal
nuts, per bu.. tl.25.
JieT York Uve Stork Market.
NKW YORK. Feb. 17 HEEVE8 Ro
relpts, 2.IV1O heiul; steers, trrm to 10c vUhor;
lv:ll8 and cows, steady o ltk higher. Na
tive steers, $4.4ii5.2o; oxen, $o.0('V3.60. Ca
bles, steuilv; exiKirts ttxluy, 614 tat'le, 9,o0
quarters of beef?.
CALVES Receipts, 494 twai; Market
stetdv f r eals; .barnyard .alve. nom
Innl. VtRls. $4.5or0.00; tops, it :f.J9.50; lit
tin clven. $15ii4.25: westerrJ. $7.00. Dress'd
cb1vc4, slow; city itesHed als, 8'l3Ho
I2C
ib.; covntry a sed, "li'c; cr.oico,
per lb.
HOGS-Receipts, ,.440; firm; trlate hogs.
Si. 60; giMitl western Pigs, $5 40.
SHEEP AND LAVI1S Receipt. 1.421
heed: sheep, steady; lambs, slow. Sheep,
$4,004(4.75: c-jIIs, $3.00; lumbs. $5.5t'i4t.Ii5;
culls, $5.00, i.'xpoHs ttMlhy, 1,3J7 bead.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta.
NEW TORK, Feb. 17. EVAPORATED
j PPI.ES Market continues quiet,, with the
tono rathtr In buyers' favor; common, i$
fc; prime, fVffJ5Vc; choice, bVAi&c; fancy,
fHti'C.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prune
are in comparatively light supply and
prices are llrrnly held. Quotations run
from JHMHc for nil grades. Peaches meet
with a fatr Inquiry, but buyers and sel ers
nre apart, an to prices and actual business
Is therefore limited; choice. Vt,'ijlc; extra,
choice. 7iifiS!,ic; fancy, 9810c. Apricots are
In good demand and with supplies moderate
the tom Is firm; choice, 9'(tl0c; extra
choice, WiOrKrHc; fivwy, 12W16C
1113 iL US TAT 13 TRAXSKISHS.
Deerts Alert for record February 17, 1904, as
furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, liondod abstracter, 1614
7'arnam street, for Tho Ree:
August lllerlmrh and wife to Charles
F. Kelner. part of lot 4, block 8,
Crawford's add $ 2,300
Oeorgu Forgan et rJ, r,ferees, to
I.ena, Meuil, lots 1 to 12, Inclusive,
part of lots 1? and 15. and all of lots
19 to 23, Iri'tliiKive. and lots 27 and
28. all ir block 2. Redb-k purk add... 4,83
Charles F. llruenlg and wlfo to
t'harles A. Morrison, lot 12, block 6,
Patrick's 2d Saratoga t,tM
Sheriff to Isaac H. Leavitt. lot It.
blink 6, and othr land, Shull's 2d
add O
Caroline V.
ander M.
16-13
Alexander
. Udstone et al to Alex-
Anios, part of ne4 seV S3'
909
t
I
son
M Amos nnd
wife to
P-arbo,
Joseph W.
Peters, same ...
Josoph w .
Peters to Chris
umn
Artn K. Tye to Arthur L.
Sheetl, lots
25 and 26. Mayne s add
John A. Crelghton to Crelghton unl
vt rsltv, lot 8. block 106, and part lots
2 and 3, block U16, city
STOCKS AND BONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Wt hava aver U0 otno.
Rafarencss: 171 BtaU and Nat l Batriss,
Ol at IEHVIIB IS THB BRIT,
Out of Town BuatB4tsa 8ollcttal '
OaSskaBrsiKbi ISUPar asi t- Tat I44T7
TH0S. M WADDICK. Corretpondent
GLU. A. ADAMS URAIN CO.
Grain, Provisions 4 Stocks.
Members Omaha Oram Exchange,
Chicago Hoard of '! rude and other
exelia iik s.
Correspondents Lartlett, Ftazler
Cui rli-itton.
31 Board of Trade Bld'g, Oraahs.
S. SLEUMAN
Grain, Provisions & Stocks.
Room 1 N. T. Life Bldg.
Tsl. 120.
Operstes U Offices lo This Stal4k
sUbllshfcd UHl.
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