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THE OMAHA DAILY HKK: FMHAY. FKPRrAKY 2fi. 1004.
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RAIN AND PROniTR MARKET
" a a a. u a. V a V at" aval a
Another Dull Day wi a Sharp F.cc'.uat ons
and frill Close.
JULY WHEAT MANIFESTS SOME ACTIVITY
Habitual hnrt gellera Oat of Market
and ol l.ooVrd for Inlll War
(ondltloas S4l Jonee-Tthal.
No. 2 northern, $1 Ma'
lini. K"ptenn.r, wr.
OA TS To arrive and on track:
1.03V July,
OMAHA, Fob. 25, 19.
Another dull 1ft ulth sham ILirtuntlons,
due to no observnhli cim-ie and a feature
)'"? marti't cNMni; Rt about the opening
i.rli . Julv wheat la the) miwt active and
lh ninnltiulatora are busy. The habitual
short seller nre nut of the market In tin
jncMPnt nervous condition, and It is thought
they wl I bo out until the war situation
settles down. Their al..'n.-e l-uls the nvu--ket
to sudden arid shurp ft jctuatloris. Ar
mour wh reported to have l(n a Rood
buyer nf )ay wheat at opanlng. Plenty of
J jly and tvevtrmber ht i bought by
outnMers.
Chicago opened on May a full cent In ad
vance of th close of Wednesday. The
range van frrtn Jl."fi to $1 i. with many
fluctuation, Omaha opened weaker, but
went up mo without liny bremk. New July
In Chicago did not oen so strong aa May
and sho-wed a ranget of 2e. Opening at lV.
it rrwe to tWV,n, broke to !7'c, rallied to
Jec, went to a quarter, came back to 9S4c
and broke again to "i7o. Omaha opened at
Wednesday s clrw advanced from S4c to
fC.Mic and whs then bid up to Kic. without
any lelng offered. May corn opened for
Omaha at the cloning mark of the
day before and gradually advanced to 4!fc,
from which point It tell away again. Chi
cago May opened at 57 Wo find fiddled about
the TITS' murk all morning.
The range of prices of Omaha grain for
future delivery and the close today and
Wednesday were aa follow! :
Cloned
Tod.iy. Wed.
SO W4
etili bit
4XHB 4
48 47-4
Wheat Open. High. I.ow.
May .... W'H 1 tii'U
July .... 4 ; H
Corn
May .... 4H 49 4XH
July
Oats
May .... 4:H 43' 4'JM,
March .. 4o4 40 40V,
4SA 4?H
40 40',
Local 1'nah lira In Market.
Cnsh grain went through a dull day and
Knlhlnv hilt rnifi WAN on til mUVC at all.
Prices were fairly llrm at the figures of
f'egterday. Kecclpts of wheat were cars
n and lit cars out; one week ago, and h
car. Corn receipts wrre M cars In and f.2
cars out; one week ago, 7 and 38 cars. Oat
receipts were 4 care In and 6 cars out; one
week ago. 11 and b cars. Bales of corn In
carlots by sample on track, Omaha:
i MIXED CORN No. 8. 1 car. 42Vc; 3 cars,
4!c; No. 3 yellow, 1 car, 43c; 2 cars, 41'Ur;
No. 4, 1 car, 41 c: 1 car, 39c; no grade, 3Sc.
WHF.A T No Z bara winter. Ki'ame: m.
ard winter, K4fW4c; No. 4 hard winter.
iTLWlc; No. 2 spring. 884: 97r: No. i spring,
fc4uUic; No. 4 Bprlng. i4ifK4e.
fiiRN Nn. i 44&4fc: No. 3. 41M.a4?e: No
4. 41'(i'llHe; No. 2 yellow, 4411460; No.
yellow, 42i4:Hc; No. I white, 44ig45c; No. 3
white. 4."'i UHo.
OATS No. 2. SSf('39r; No. 3, SrHlc; No. 4,
8Cif(37c; No. 2 white, 43'?T4.,Hv; No. 3 white,
4Ku42c; No. 4 white, SSmj-to-ic; gtandard,
41H'-i4'-'Hc.
Notes from the Kxchange OtBccs.
V. C. Ttayward and c. H. Hayward are
appllcanLs for membership In the exchange.
Omaha Inspectors of gram were 47 cars
one car graded No. 4 hard winter wheat.
1 tur yeiiow uui u, a wii a jciun,
87 cars No. S corn. 3 cars No. 4 corn, i
cars iu grade corn and 1 car No. 4 white
onta.
Ten davs' notice has been posted by
the grain committee recommending to the
directors . that all transactions In aumple
grain be confined to the time between the
hours of 11 and 12:30 o'clock. A fine of 15
la recommended for Infractions of this rule
drain Markets Elsewhere,
Closing prices of grain Wednesday and to-
Gay at the markets named were us follows;
KANSAS C1TT.
Today.
1.C2 A
MS
(lilt (.() t;H 4.11 AMI PROVISIONS.
Kent : res of the Trading; and t losing;
Prices on Hoard f Trade.
CMirAUO, ill, Feb. 23 Heivy pur
chases of wlnat today on the probability
of the Hueo-Japariese war being of long
duration, sent ti e price of wheat for May
delivery up to SI in a bushel Com) sred
with Ih.H night s close this figure showed a
gain of 2Lje and Is a new bluli re ord
iiuirk for that lelhry. The market closed
with May up precisely 1 cent and July 2
cents. May corn whs a shade lower, oats
H'' higher and provisions l"e to 3i'c
higher.
Toward the end of the first hour the
selling was of such en Influential character
that the market weakened. The leading
long was sail to have pl 'nty of May for
sale. while serer.il Inrue commission
bouses had liberal offerini.'-" of both Miy
ami July. The price of May decline'! to
$1.'VV July held fairly steady at 9V. As
soon as the selling stopped the market he-
came stronger than before. nether cor
rect, the belief gained ground that Wheat
supplies will be very limited before an
other harvest. This, coupled with tn
alarm In foreign markets over what n
spread of war mnv no. served to ndvancn
prices rapldlv until Mav had touched ll.f9,
which was 'ic above the highest price pre
viously reached at any time In the pres
ent bull campaign. July sold up to 9Hc.
Heavv liquidations occurred d.iring the
final "few minutes nf trading. The result
man to suddenly carry prices downward.
but the close was firm, with May at ii.cisvi.
July closed at IWHc. Feptember wheat was
lifted to c. t learames or wneal and
flour were eoual to 213. SO0 bushels.. Frl
msrv receipts were 44 S' bushels, against
M.Tf1 bushels a year ago. Minneapolis
liiilnth and (hloniro reported receipts of
2r,3 cars, against 2!'.) cars list week nni
17 cars a year ago.
The sentiment In the corn pit was in'
m i 1 1 . . . .. .. tl ... W t
nuenceu iaiK'iy oy ine uciioii m wnri,
although small receipts and scarcity of
contract corn were also factors. The close
was atioiit ste.-idv. with Mav at toMruf'i1'
after selllnn between u7VttC and Sc. July
was up ic at 5.ric. Local receipts were
1s! cars two of contract irrade.
The feature in trading In oats was tne
heavy selling by one or two of the prlncl
nal lonrs. Covering hv shorts caused i
firm close. May opened Vic to c higher at
ikUc to 4M(.o advanced to 4RN.C but de-
r unit later to 4fo.c. ine Close was hi.
Wc. July allowed a final gain of '4jC at
42VjC. lycal receipts were 121 cars.
There una n blir trade 111 PTOVlSSlons
Tim festura nf the market was the buy
ing by packers and the scarcity oi ouer-
IrnrK. The slrenain in tne grain pun, m-
irether with higher prices for hogs, was
ren,,nihle for much of the buying. 1 ne
clo.n tcss strnn Mnv pork snowing a
gain of 324c at 116.b7ii. May iaro was up
pKiilSMfC nt ss.izu, ana rios im- nnnn
8.0i','u.(u. Estimated receipts for uimor
row: Wheat, a cars; corn, aim u, "
17" cars; hogs, 3,iXs) head.
The leading futures rangea as iuhuw.
SEWYORRSTOCKS AND BONDS
Mora rTorbl4 Ooodition fr;ta Abrcid
Ceodi Prioet Upwwd.
FAILURES HAVE CLEARED ATMOSPHERE
Latest Reports of the War from Port
Arthur l'roe an Antidote for
the Depressed Itusslaa
Sernrltles.
NEW YORK. Feb 2fi.-Tlie tentative if-
fort to turn the prices upward, which was
In evidence lnlviu.iy qhJ the day before
In the stock market, met belter success
Iik1.iv. 'I ha tiuiiiiTous tuilures which oc
curred jeeteruay vn the continent served
to clear ttie utniosphere and create the l.u-
presKlun that the weak spots were now
uncovered and ttie mystery and suspense
relieved. The extreme depression on Rus
sians, which has been tne cause, of the
tinuiici.il troubles in France and Germany,
has been aggravated by the Japanese naval
successes, and the latest artair at fort Ar
thur was an antidote to this and helped
tne bournes who are committed to Russian
securities.
The buying of today was attributed
largely to Wie short Interest. Observations
we.e made that there was some slight buy
ing from commission houses despite the
low level of prices, that It was not large
was sutticleniiy attested by the volume of
the market. The further rise in wheat
and the fall In cotton were In response to
the war in eastern Asia. The strength In
Sterling exchange was an Index of some
lurther pressure on the foreign money
markets, but exchange eased oft during the
U.iy on the realization that there might be
considerable delay in the Panama, canal
payments, owing to the questions raised In
the h rench courts. There was less money
uttering here to loan on time and the de
mand for the longer periods showed an
appreciable Increase.
1 ne average oi me oay s gains lor me
most active stocks was above a point.
Ht. Paul, Amalgamated Copper and Brook
lyn Transit were the leadeis of the mar
ket and United States steel preferred uiu
not share fully in the strength. The clos
ing was strong, but dull, with rumors oi a
settlement of the western grain rate war.
Uondtj were tlrm, but lightly dealt In. Total
sales, par value, Il,l6,utiU. L, lilted States
3s, registered, declined '.i per cent on call
The tol. owing were the closing quotations
on the New lork stock exchange:
baies.iiigu.uow. Close
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. I YftTy
Wnat
May
A July
b July
a Bept.
Corn
Feb.
May
July
Onts
Feb.
May
July
Sept.
l'ork
May
July
Lard-
Mny
July
Ribs-
May
July
ll.tTOHl
I97WV
fJlMiWi
'Ti7Hfi
l.Mt I
14 I
94 I
5s I
I.
.1
I
1.07V.1 1.0C'
93'i!..
R7i, rolf(
P3'
65l 54,
lir.i.tl-V 4'i
431 42111
4--HI
417,
43S
4'i'n!
42-U
37'&37
Id 30
16 60
8 05
8 20
7 95
8 00
37
1 35
16 75
8 15
8 30
I
8 12V4I
8 30
Jii4 3671
16 30 16 S7Vi
16 40 16 35
8 0T. 8 12Vj
8 :0 8 25
7 !
8 00
8 05
8 15
43V4
4
41V.
36
16 25
16 40
8 02'4
8 15
7 90
7 95
LMnrp-HiMov: winter patentm A.W
Y'r " . i s t wv:i l 111 halfprn.
12.30
No
Wheat
May ..
July ..
Corn
May ..
July ..,
Wheat
May ..
July.
Corn
May ..
July ..
Wheat
May ..
July ..
61 '4
62
Wed'y.
91V. A
477,
47H
ST. Louia
1.02 A 1.0OH
- 9Ji . - DIVA
614 61 A I
63 62V.B
kUNNEAPUUS.
t4.4ofi4.80;, straights,
niTO-Kn.' 2." 42c; No. 2 white, 46yW4to
No, S white, 43',.;. ,
BAHLriT wtKHJ itiiiiib,
cno'(r Vi it No. 1 north
we,ern.!ttrisw; prime -timothy. 13.10; clover,
contract grane si ... .il
rmn. p urn ..v,.."- -
yiit Fji Rhort
Btinrt- rter sides
(boxed), t7J7Vl8J0.
Mexican iloll.ns.
eisler; rallrotvl.
on bonds
art as
re
r"t..
reg .
it. .
.
6
. t rf. !.
do roupen .
fin rin .
ti roupoti .
do r.fs ,
rto rnllpen
do nil 4n.
dn rnupnn
Ati-h!en sr
I . all. 4....
atlaniic c. L.
It It I mere A o.
ilo Ss
rrntral of O
, l!.l lnr
Ch'-H Ai Ohio 41
Ill' "En A. SM.
. 11 A U n. 4.
'. M AS I n 4
A S. W. e. J....
. It. t. or P. 4n ...
i!l eel f,
r r r. A St. !.. 4i
hlracn Tr. 4i
Cen. Teburro 4fl
olo So. 4
I". R. O. 4
rle prlur lln 4b...
to Sfn. 4s ,
v. a n. c.
HorklnK Vl.
L N. unl.
Offered.
g 4
o-dav bills: posted rates. 14 '4i4 M1 an!
t4 7'ii4 7'4j; Cfmmerclnl MM". t4 ,3,4i4
SILVER Bar, 67c
VC
lu l.V'DS Oovert:m"nt.
firm
The rlcslrg ountatlons
fellows:
.1 '5 IMntiillin r.
M-. Ontrtl
do lrt In. . .
.lnH''Mlnn. A St.
ltv M . K ft T.
.I.t: tl do 2r
.I'Vt N H R. nf M. r.
.ll'Tk. N Y. O. g. ..
. 8" N. J C. g. M....
. ST No rclflr 4
,.Hi do .In
.l"n, N A W. r. 4r ...
. i ( P. I.. 4 mr
.ler rnn. rirnf
. ii l-tlendlnr sn 4. .
.1"J f?t. I.. I M
1.C6T4A
I. VI ii
1.04V.A 1.02
1.04HU 1.02 VA
UULUTll.
Wheat
May 1.03H 1.03
July 1.04 B l.o2
NEW YORK.
Wheat-
May 1.0774
July ......1.03 A
Chicago receipts were 20 cars of wheat,
1J cars of corn and 121 cars of oats. Esti
mated receipts for tomorrow are 36 cars of
Wheat, H66 cars of corn and 170 cars of oats.
Milwaukee, conforming to the action of
the C hicago Hoard of Traat, lias changed
It" rules Bo that It makes Not 2 hard winter
wheat, ChlOHgo . warehouse receipts, re
ceivable as contract at 2 cents penalty in
place of i rents, as formerly.
Recent weather conditions are thought to
loivu oeen uniavoranie to tne wheat crop.
The Interior movement of grain has some-
niisi norvasea.
Articles
Flour, bbls
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu ..
Oats, bu.
Ttve. bu ...
Receipt
. ... as. sua
.... 56.SO0
....an .Hon
....891.400
. 10.000
.148.100
41.100
54.900
83.KOO
153.100
4.200
19.200
Atchison
do pfd
Baltimore 6b Ohio
do vid
Canauian I'actilo .
C. oi N. J
Llienupeake k julo
t.lllcago at Alton ..
do pid
C. U. VV
C. tc N. W
(.., M. & St. P
uo pfu
Clil. ler. & Traiu)....
uu pfd
C, ... C. oi St. L.. ...
Culorudo boutnern ...
uu 1st ptd
do pid
leiaware He Hudson..
likL, iack. 5i West..
L. tt R. U
do pld
Erie
do 1st pfd
do 2d piu
Hocking Valley
do pid
Illinois Central
Iowa Central
do pfd
K. C. Southern
do pfd
I-ouls. t Nashville .,
Manhattan L.
Met. Securities
Met. Street Ry
Minneapolis & St. L. .
M., St. i. & 8. H. M..
do pfd
M.lssourl Taclllc ....
M., K. & T
do pfd
N. , R. of M. pfd...
N. Y. Central
Norfolk At Western...
do pfd
Ontario &. Western.
1'ennaylvanla
V.. C, C. & 'Bt.
Reading
do 1st pfd....
do 2vi pid
Rock Island Co
ao via
St. I & 8. F. 2d pfd
.16, WW
'. iiiiuo
. luO
YtlO
'. i,6"
. 1U0
.32,juo
:
iii"
)
"ii
o4i4
4
iii"
loo
.'
"ii"
IjiH
l'A) t! 9
01 H)
AD
ll
100
10,4O
i.luo
tA)
Di
400
luVj
lDi
Iw
!
1M
4
14
la'
04
3X-4
lii's
liVl
ITUdi 47.C :
OATS-Hlgher;
43(it44c; May. im
KKW lOHK GKSKH4L MARKET.
on Various
Quotations of the Day
Commodities.
NEW YORK. Feb. W.-Fl,OFn-Recelpts,
. . ... , K,,s -."44F ii m r cw. Amr
quiet, but firmly hM at the ndvkn.
inurwua nRKWl. m 70: m-lntftr tm
w.ej, niiiiri rum, SVQ'ffi-t.uiit WinffPP Inw
gradeff. Ulofi.ci0. Ry flour tlrmer; fHfr t.i
t.;
m r 11 1
, ...,w.w. ii.rur uriner; rair to
good, H.3IMM.50: choice to fancy, t4.6oai4.85.
lluckwheat flour quiet.
TfitiN.-nr.Ai., rirm; yellow western.
11 1711 lt.. 11-M. 1.1,.. . . '
s--; ti ni; Him iinni. fr.l.i:ofu.dit.
Hir.-tinmti ino. i western, so to ar
rive. HARI.KY Firm: feeding. 61c. r. I. f. New
York; malting, 65tic, c. I. f. Buffalo
v If l-.A I Receipts, ft0 bushels; spot mar
ket strong No. 2 red, tl." elevator, and
fl.loi 1.15. f. o. b., afloat; No, 1. northern
iiuiuin. 11. in, r. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 hard
Alanltotia, nominal, f. o. h., afloat. Options
opened strong on favorable cables, com
mission bouse buying and btivlng bv Ar
mour Interests and small receipts. letter
ine market closed strong at about the best
prices or the ilay. May, tl.0nMll.tlR. closed
at tl 7V. Julv, ti OKUl.atl4, closed at II. i;
DrjMriiii,i-i, i. iiwhc. Closed at Vt'fcO.
Cl HX- Itecelnts. M.NnO IiuhIipU- ' nnnortM
81. Kin bushels. Bpot market firm. No. i
nominal, eievaior anil os'irw, f o b
art. wi; No, 2 yellow. 5Sc; No. white.' fVi
dm: . iipuon maraet cinsco firm. May
C2'Si'(i4i.1i4f; closed at 62c; July eiC'StilV.c
closed at til Vie.
OATS-Receipts. Efi.SOO bushels; exports
JS40 bushels. Spot market llrm. No. 2,
, NlHllillini wnne. rse; fo. . X White
exvk,.; s,i, 3 white, tiVuusc
HAY-Vtilet: shipping, 04i".nc; goo.1 to
Choice Hcti(i.Ub.
HOPS Firm: state, common to choice
1!Hi3 crop. 30OT3SC: 19u2 crop, 2l'q2Sc: olds, lmt
l&o: t'Hciflfl coast, lfes crop. 27Sc; K102
crop. LM(i!."7c: olds. lOiilCc.
Rlt'1 Steady; domestic, fair to extra, S;
uui". jnmii, nominal.
l.F.ATHKll-Firrn: sild rtfiLHe.
TAI.I.OW-3teadv; cltv (fJ per pkg), 6Hr
countrv fokKs free). RS'SSc
PROVISIONS - Iteef. firm: family. " "
12 0); mtss. t0tv,iSSo: beef liams. t'J'i.Rmif
22 50; packet tl" inxiilii 50; cltv. extra India
meas, li.r KKon Mi Cut meats. Arm; rick
led. bellies. 7 &" s 2R : nlckli'd shoulders. t6;
picKiea nams. i nuu li on. I.ard, strong
western steamed. 3u: reflned, strong; con
iiueni, Moutn America. IS jo; com
pound. S'kfrTc. pork, strong: family, i6ti)
il4oo; short clear, fM.m'fi 17.75; mess 117 5)
(fix on
Ht TTKH Firm fresh creamery, 151j26c;
Siaie imirT, mti.c.
I'll KKSK- Firm : state full cresms fancy,
large and small colored and whl'e. Septum
l.er It.-: late ifl ide. 10e.
KG(J8 Decidedly lower; western firsts.
23c
Iftfl.THY Allvs nnd dressed, Quiet and
uncnangeo.
llnrley bu : . the DUt.
on tn 1 tu -.i, Wftitic:
ter market was """";:.-", ,rk
at IWoUVic.
Bt. Louis Grain and Provisions.
dk tni'19. Feb. 25 imila -" "'.
W112; May, tl.ua esneu, n -
hard, 9c4itl-.. , .h iguc: track.
CORN-Jgner - , l
May. t" T."-iViIe trunk.
leri iNO. 6 ce... - nt- t .
444c; No. 2 white, 4oVjC.
ull but higher; red winter
w ia. TiinPV KI1U
patents. ta.asuo. w, ,
straight. .t6.W6.3i ViIii.
8KKD-1 imumj, "V" tlii
CORNMKALr-Uteady. ... 9WKc.
HKAN Firm; sacked, east tracK . tw-c.
ilAY-Uull; llmotuy. v.wu ".
MiRONUCOTTON TIES-82C. 2-pound basis.
1 1 a t 1 1 s. 1 -nt-.
".nJipk. higher;
lie.KTVi. " .V, r . ts.uo: clear
Hscon, nixeii "
springs, 1UWC turaJ".
creamery, 19a-'Cl
dairy. IB'!!-
Jobbing,
im, $7.20.
geese, sc.
0 ..... T C, ... U '
11 1 1 r.ll-Ovru; .
Irv IMdV ....
i.-,-r'iilirher at lSVjc, at tne mam.
buGS lllgner bv 1 ..,,.. 8, oments.
Flour, bbls....
Wheat, uu
Corn, bu
Oats, bu
8.0"O
.. 74.000
.. 132.000
.. 46.000
12.000
102.100
sl.000
77,000
St. I Southwestern.. 2n0
do pfd 300
southern Pacific 23,2i
Bouthern Railway ... 2.I0O
do pfd im)
Texas & Pacific 1,3'fl
Tol., 8t. ti. & West.. 300
ao pid wo
L'nlon Pacific ,4"0
do pfd 200
Wabash 300
do Pfd l.boo
W. & L. 12
Wisconsin Central
do pfd 800 404 40
Adams Express Co
Am. Kxpress Co
I . . Kxpress Co
Wells-Fargo Ex Co
Am. Copper 41.800
Am. Car & Foundry. l.Ooo
do pfd 300
Am. Cotton OH
do pfd
American Ice ..
do Pfd
Am. Unseed Oil
do pfd
Am. locomotive .... 8. 600
do pfd 100
Am. Smelt. & Refln'r- frO
do pfd 1"0
Am. Sugar Refining.. 6,400
Anaconda Mining Co
R. R. T 19.100
Cot. Fuel A Iron IK)
Con. Oas ex-dlv "4,300
Corn Products luo
do pfd
Distillers' Securities
General Electric 1,100
International Paper.. 6o
do pfd 700
International Pump
do pfd
National Ijead loo
North American 100
Pacific Mall 20
People's Oas W0
Pressed Steel Car
Kan.a. C ity tlrala and Provlalona.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. .-WHKAT-May.
.. fdsh. rs o. 6 ii""',
(KtC No. S. DFdlHC .0. i ru. .
o ti ik.'rt 1 ir.- rev enue,
. .i 1.1. ..jt;.n
No. 2 mixed, 44'(M'c
tuiv 4sur4swc:
No! 2 white, 46c; No.
3, 44'iH4c v 5 mixed.
OATS MO. 2 wnne, i."ti
41(f41Wc. tofstoilO: ehol'e
WAI 1 nnire niiioiiij. t.'- .
prairie. $7 2S'o 7 BO
lU TTER-c'reainery. 2KiT23c; fancy dairy,
1: . itiBor,,,i mil Kansas,
r.'o 1 k- i,iiewMd
cases Included, 17c
' rt ocelots Shlnments
1.4 s.110 167."I0
... ;4.M0 36.'0
18.W0 $.000
Wheat, bu....
Corn, bu..:...
Outs, bu
Minneapolis Cirala Market
t!vTirAPOI.I3. Feb. 2B. WHEAT-May.
Ulll'i'""" - - - n . O'lV ,,n
avi n.t, . in 1 Kl 14V ppiuriiHtri, fdtn ,
norinern. '- ir, iOf,',t HI:
r 1AM I- - . ti An
..,.. a nnfents. 2Jiinw. crei utni", t-i
1 1 10: second clears
ltltAni in uum
$2 ti.Vn2.75.
$15.76'vil6O0.
No.
Milwaukee tJraln Market.
vitiwaI'KER Feh. 2S-WHEAT-2C
higher: No. 1 northern. n'n,
northern. fcui.tw.
i.-v iintl': No' i'. 63c; sample. 40tfilc
fHRN-lt4c hisher: No. 3, 47&17Vc; July
1 Iveroool tlrala Market.
LIVERPOOL Feb.. S.-WHKAT-flpot
n.nlnl- futures, steadv; Marcn. d i'-4
' "'?: ".' "J"'1. . J,"- nl. new
I f IKN M101. firm; aiiici u -
i. sv.t: American mixed. oll, i . imue
nolet: March. 4s Sd: May. 4S
5Vjd.
2.&00
ilOO
200
voo
"tji'iO
100
7,100
SM)
800
200
3. Io0
2.ti0
2'HI
2.2")
56,700
L.
8,400
"206
....... 3,bW '
200
102s
1414
115
'etfii
117
Mlt
15X
36
35
lH'i
66::
M
20' t
113',
56
30
44 V,
IK",
7SV4
22
24
334
71V
111
17i
34i
101V1
141
MVj
114Vl
117
7
14-S
35
3444
114
55
lt,
tSU
lwi
Oi) "4
MM
II
1,6
1V
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02 "ti
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is
2.iV
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71
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u4
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lo.
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1141.
bVi
111
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35
36
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56
20VJ
1124k 1134k
bo
3Us
5 j'4
20
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91', SI 1,. S W. !....
V't, psN'iir'l A L. 4r. .
HS'-t S 1. Par!H- 4
rs-, Sn HiOlwfty fii
"1 tlio. t IV 1
9Ti T., St. I. W. 41
R2i, I ninn I'scinc 4
r.;o, ! On print. 4n
f S steel tit S. ..
W, Wthah 1
9; 60 -ifh. n
S W. A b. K. 4 ...
1 f -4 WJ. Ontral 4...
44s.... li'Sl Colo. r. A I. c. 5
4l Si,
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.
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. ",
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. 94
. 7l
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. :.'
. . M
OSAUA LIVE SlOClv MARKET
Cattle Receipts More Moderate and Frioei
Improved a Tr.fls.
HOGS ADVANCE FIVE TO TtN CENTS
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Feb. 25. Closing:
M 3-l N. T rrntral..
M Ml Norfolk A W...
.. JK. do pfd
.. Ontario A W...
.. Pl Pfnnsvlvanla ...
.. T- Ilnnil Mlnfl
..lias KtaiJInn
.. J'i' Mn lt rM-..
.. 15 do 2d ffi...
..141', (to. Railway ....
.. l:"1 dn pf t
.. lsi, fn. Pai-lflt
.. 67 .l'nlon Paclfle ..
... 2-1S rto pfd
.. 3k V. 8. Steal
..39 dn pfd
...129 Wntian
. .liHV do pfd
... IZH
.114
. 5'
. S
. 1"
. bl
. S
. i"
. s'4j
. J'
. 1914
. 91
. 44
.. 99
. 11
. (.6 4
,. H,
,. 344
Consoln. monar
do ai-rount ,
Anaroniia
Ati'hl.on
do pfi
Filtlmn-o A O
anadian raclflc .
rhs. A Ohio
Chlrmo (It. W
C M A St. P....
rVlleer.
D. H. Q
do pfd
Erie ,
do 1-t pfd
do 2d pfd
Illlnola Central ..
l.nulti. A Nimh
M., K. T
Kx-dlvldcnd.
PII.VF.K Hnr. quiet, Cfi 11-lfiil per ounce.
MONEY-3V"4 per rent; the rnte of rils-
co.int In the ouen market for short bills Is
3 f-liifi3 per cent; for three months' bills,
3'.r(i3:fc per cent.
Korelttn Financial.
I)XPOX. Feb. 25. Money was much
wanted todnv for stock exchange pMytnetits
and the market was entirely dependent on
the Hank of Kngland. Itlscmint were
easier in anticipation of money belnx more
Plentiful when the treanury inns are pain
otT. Consols were easier. Americans opened
weak, became firmer nnd then relapsed into
aciivllv and cloned steady. t urelgners
were null, irregular anil nervous, owing 10
uncertainty as to the result of the im-
nendlnir settlement. Russians Improved nt
the. close. Kulllon to the amount of 13.000
was taken Into the Hank of England and
428.000 was withdrawn for shipment to
South America. The weekly statement of
the Hank of England shows the following
change: Total reserve Increased M2,010;
circulation increased 1IJ.U00: bill Ion in
creased :70.72Jl; other securities Increased
1.14s,iNm; other deposits decreased 41.0o0
public deposits Increased JCS.Slit.ooo; nots re.
serve increased STB .000: Kovcrnmeiit se
curities unchanged. The proportion nf the
bank's reserve to llabllltv this week la
4S.S2 per cent, as compared with 49.03 per
cent last week.
PARIS. Feb. 25. Trading on the bourse
today was very Irregu'ur. There were alter
nate ltcrlods of activity and depression. To
ward the close there were heavy offers, no
tably of French. Spanish and Turkish se
curities. The tone nt the close was Inde
cisive, except Russian imperial 4s. which
closed with an Improvement nt 1H.30 against
8.1.30, the closing price of yesterday. Ilio
Tlntos lost 2 W-lfi per cent. The weekly
statement of the Rank of France shows ihe
following chanjtes: Notes in circulation de
Creased 25.275.0"O franc"; treasury neenmts
current increused lt;,h'75.COO francs: gold In
hand Increased 16.75,oo francs; bills dis
counted Increased So.STo.OXi francs; silver In
hand decreased 4no,0"0 francs. Three per
cent rentes 94f 80c for the uccount. Ex
change on London, 2uf lTvc for checks.
BOMBAY. Feb. 25. The Bank of Bombay
today reduced its rate of discount from 7
to 6 per cent.
BERLIN. Feb. 25. Prices on the bourse
today opened firm w.lth active trading.
Later business became' quiet.
Small I4un of Sheep and l ambs anil 1
lirmand Was In Good Shape Mar
ket Muled Fairly Active and
trady at Week's Decline.
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 25, l'4.
Receipt were; Cuttle. ili'B. Sheep.
OMicial Monday 6.54
c inciiil iue.iiay .u.u
oihtial cones Jay 5,i.l
Uthcial '1 hutsday 2U
Four days this week. . .2o,7l
bit me das last week lt,;7
Siitne da week before. .lit, 733
Mime three weeks ago... .dv.7
oumo loar weeks ao. . . .lu.Jcii
Same days laot year li.&uS
HKlKll'TH FOR THE VEAU
Tha following table shows ine rcceip.s of
cattle, bugs and sheep at bouih v iuall.i
tor tli yttktx to uatc, with coiupuusou wi.n
lust year;
1904.
t'attle lis, 277
Hogs 377,73
feheep 2fiJ,7i.3
lii.4o
l.S.t4
b.j"0
4,3tO
3;,2.M
2J-.SJ
31.IV4
iftt.tai
TO
12,11
7.4'ls
i.'AKJ
3-.
ac,7uo
el. WW
2..2
DATE.
1LJ3.
n.irs
3w.217
lW,9vvl
lli'C.
7,f4l
lu.:
8.0.10
bJ.S'AI
Average prices paid lor hugs at South
Omaha lor Uiu last sevetal uas Willi coin
Jjal icons'
LUt. 1D04. 1OJ.1U2.1D01.!1.900.. HiWI.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
.'eb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
4 72V 5 Ml 6 liil 4 I 64 I 1,4
4 'ii;-, (J tii i 6 2ui 4 W 3 Mi 3 tJ
4 M, 7U( & 2 J 4 li2 I Mi t ,i
4 1)1 1 ti 3ui 0 D4 5 31 I 3 59; 3 'i
4 ? Hit 11 6 U 4 6C. 1 J 71
4 lJi 7ti S 16, 6 211 4 70 t V
I J4 ti (J 1 ft 3B 4 W, 00 i ti
4 ts
- I ? Hdi 0 iJl IU d Wi O II
U l I 6 to 4 04 70 3 71
..I 5 VIVk, ti "0 C 00 I 4 tail
..low lb iV a Ull b o.i "
I 01 I b 7.1 ti 04. 5 0 4 79
3 tU
3 ill 3
3 1, S
81
10'.
11.
id...
14...
lb...
16.. I 6 03 I 72i I 5 r, 4 S3 1 68 1 3 8S
II. .. 0 Vi J 1 03 1 ft B I 41 101 J W 4 H
IS... I 6 Ui'.l ti i)7 a 7 5 221 I ( a J
IS... I 6 I-!,,, 80 5 84 5 23 4 S3 3 HI
20. ,.j ti 5 Mi o .,'1, 4 in 3 iif 1
21... I li 98 6 88 6 32 4 74j S 47 3 M
22... 1 6 27' I 6 Sail 6 iH 4 Oi 3 661 3 84
23 .. 5 22 ti 2 I & 32 4 if 6 I 81
24. .. 6 ti M S f6 4 bei oo a 00
sj... 1 tt 81; ft Ii3 6 37 I 3 titi 3 7
1 irii 7 1 ii in
1 lMil I 9l 1 10 S if.
1 1!"0 i '. 7 li'oS 3 SO
OA M L S.
1 ! im 1 i4 r o
I iiu 4 tr. 1 1 ii
STAOS.
I. itj t e t tr-4 J co
BTOCKF.R8 AM) FEEDERS.
f 7m IS.', 4 i S SI
II 7W I :i it io 1 a
1 7"! 3 .Hi 14 J M
10 M2 J 3'1 I 7o 3 M
I 'H1 S 4'i 1 72J 3 o
t. I 45. 4 SS.7 I C
1 0 IM K. 721 I K0
14... HI 3 M
HotlS Recclfits wrre not as heavy today
as they were yesterday, but still lucre was
a fairly liberal run. The murk, I was a lit
tle slow In getting started. 11s buyers nnd
sellers did tipt ogree on prices. The early
market was only r.'.tlOc higher, but It kipt
felting better nnd wns finally a dime
llgher. 8ome nf the lighter loads that
mere so hard to dippce of yestcrd.ty ad
vanced as much 11s 15c. After the llrst
round or so ttadltiK was active and an
earlv clearance ias made. 1 !M stmT sold
largely from $5 2T down, medium i nil g"od
weights from 15.25 to $5.35, and prime
heavies from $.Y:te to IS .V.
Today's advance makes tip for the de
cline of the last two diva, so that prices
are fully ns good as they were on Motility
and consldernbl v hither than a week ag.
today. Representative sales:
4 SfoUi t IM I Hi o Mi 4 (Ji 3 58,
1 ti 8ii Mi ft 3U 4 lot 3 o.i 8 e3
4 99 6 81, 6 2i, 8 7j' i S 8
InUiiutcs Sunday.
The olticlai number
brought 111 by
each road
Cattie.
of cars ot stock
Knnk Clearings.
C, M. & St. P. Ry
auasli
Mo. Fac. Ry 2
U. P. Hysiem 22
C. 6t N. . Ry 4
F., E. & M. V. R. R. , 43
C, 1st. P. M.iSi O. Ry 10
U. a M. Ry 35
C, B. ot J. Ry 5
K. C. ot St. J 1
C, R. 1 & P. Ry east 4
C, R. 1. & P. Ry.. w. 1
Illinois Central i
C. U. Western ii
was;
Hogs.
Bh'p.irses.
2
3
1
24 2tf
7
30 1
8
20 8
3
3
U
2 1..
S).
!l..
..
57 .
M..
...
4 .
1'..
HO..
78. .
71..
U..
71..
..
7S..
M..
74..
78..
70..
r..
!..
N..
3..
74..
1..
1..
7..
71..
71..
3. .
7. .
..
1..
4L.
7..
r..
71..
71..
S2..
9 .
70..
74 .
9 .
.,
II. .
7..
73 . .
..
74..
80. .
14
..11
. .17
,
.110
, .10
. IM
..IM
. 1K7
. .19
..1"
. 17
. .In
..m
. IM
.Jul
..lsi)
. .1
,.15
. !fl
..Jl
..111
. tT
. .20J
. TIB
. .IM
..IS
. .rufi
.117
..131
.141
. .JJ
. 14S
.144
..rss
. .310
. 135
. .113
..1(1
..14-,
.141
. .ir.t
. rt
..!)
. ?:i
.in
..in
. .137
.Ml
SHEEP-
8h. Hr
... 4 ?5
SO (. 00
... 6
f 15
5 IS
5 1S
5 7
I 14
5 20
5 10
5 20
5 M
5 10
6 lo
S m
I IS
I 15
5 11
5 15
5 tr.
8 11
5 'TH
I 17',
5 174j
6 274
n
6 171,
(. 17',
C 17L,
?74
5 30
8 30
r. 30
5 30
5 .l
5 30
r. jo
5 30
I I'l
5 31
8 MO
S 30
8 in
8 30
6 31
5 10
6 "0
C so
t 10
8 10
There
40
40
ISO
im
40
'40
110
40
40
IM
20
360
10
100
40
'tin
40
40
lu
130
'46
10
0
No.
74..
U..
(I .
7..
.
I .
f4 .
14..
17..
II .
Tr...
3..
S3 .
. .'
41..
!..
55 . .
84 .
75. .
S5 . .
7J. .
7V .
3. .
ft. .
37. .
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M. .
3 . .
4 .
74 .
7. .
.". .
4..
M. .
74..
..
70..
5. .
5" .
0..
f..
M. .
5..
70..
was
At. Sri. Vr
125
.219
2.11
222
24
141
.213
.110
. . 24.3
. 144
. 1'4
. 247
. 4
. .?r,i
..141
..273
,.!4
. 224
..l.'t
. .27
.147
. .2Ht
.225
. .241
. 2r-4
. :ji
. .241
. .244
. 2"1
..233
J34
2'4
.242
.178
.2
SO
118
.140
.rr.l
11
iw
.130
.217
.171
.179
.310
.244
moderate
I so
i 30
5 SO
S S'i
I .30
r. 30
e so
5 'HO
8 in
8 10
r- 124
5 3;'',
5 5S
5 S2
I If.
8 JJ',
I 3!',
8 :4j
8 35
5 35
8
8 35
5 35
I 33
5 35
8 S5
5 35
:. sr.
8 35
5 3?li
5 JT'4,
8 37 '1
8 T7'4
5 40
8 40
8 40
5 41
5 40
8 40
5 40
8 47t
5 45
C 45
8 45
8 no
5 51
8 51
5 5.1
C 55
6 87
run
of
145
16
Total receipts ....133
The disposition of the day's receipts was
ns follow, each buyer purchasing the
number of head Indicated:
Cattle, lings. Sheet
1.100
1.400
47
19'
65
84k
82
224
7D
48
894
124H
'ssii
tl
!10
UK
1WI
12
634
14H
K2
25i
98
43
IS
68
(314
31'
21H
79
44
8.114
122
"ssh
31
19714
171
15H
65
14'4
82
2e4
V7'
40-H
,0
5Ti
40
13Vl
41
1N'4
78',
22
24
324
1 4
87
1714
3;'.
144
17
40 220
185
100
205
47' 4,
18I
S
29
88
8
31 '4
8H
2
224
79
484
804
121 '.4
63
394
31
190
18
69
22
luo
114
64
S3
71 4
141,
M
25V4
7I
27
do pfd 69
Pullman Palace Car 2o
Republic Bteel 400 7k 7H 7
do pfd 42
Rubber Qoods 300 19 18 IS4
do pfd 75
Tenn. Coal & Iron.... 700 85 844 So
F. B. leather 6c0 7 6 6'4
do pfd l.Ouft 77VJ 76 77
T. 14. Realty 500 7 7 7
do pfd HiO M 49 51
V. 8. Ruhler 100 1? 12 114
do pfd 700 474 46 474
V. 8. Steel l.non imZ 10 pi-.'
do pfd 28.8110 Rr. 54 554
Westlnghouse Elec... l.&O 159 155 15S
Western l'nlon 200 87 80 87
Northern Becurltles f94
Total sales for the day, 306,700 shares.
Boston Slock Qaoiatloaa.
BOSTON, Feb. . Tall loans, 444 P-r
cent; time loans,
closing price on
Atrhlinn adj. 4i
do 4a
I4. rantral 4a
Atrhlann
do pfd
Poiton A Albany...
Boat on ft Malna
bofclon K.lavattd
Fltrbt.arg pfd ..
Ml. lnlral
N. Y.. N. H 1
Per Marquatta .
l'nlon Pacific ...
Aroar. Argc. Che
4fin4i per cent,
storks and bonds:
. 87 ' Advantu'm
. 17 Allouai
. t3S Anialgamatrd ....
. 1614 Amer. Zinc
. V, Atlantli'
.144 Hlniham
.14( Cal A Hrrla....
1174 rentennlal
13 'Copper gang ...
S paly w
Pnau. Tuba.... 4
Sugar 124
Philadelphia Prndara Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Fell. 25 Rl'TTFR-
Market firm an" good demmd: extra meat.
eni creamery, a'4l7c; estra nearby prints,
co
FOGP-lc lower: fresh nesrbtr. 'V st
mark: fresn western ?4o; frh south est'
em r" ic; tresn aonihern ;2v
C'HFKSK Flr mand; New York state
fair to good. 104ilivc.
Tole4a geed Market.
TOI.FDO. Feb ? -FtrDa-C'cver. cash
no February. l74: Manh 17 00: April.
"4; primo alsike, 66.30: prim timothy.
l.ao.
Hnlnlh Grata Market.
PITrTH, Feh. IS -'HF4T-41n: In
store, ivo 1 Hard ttv.: No. l northern.
fi 04; No. I nortae'n. 101. To arrive:
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA. Feb. 15. PORN Quoted steady:
old No. I. 46c; No, S. 41c; No. 4. wc.
t. Joseph I le Stork Market.
BT JOSEPH. Mo., Feh 15. PATTLB
Receipts. 1510 head. Market steady t. I0o
higher: natives. UBivtisat: cows and botrers,
1 75.M 40; stockrra and feeders. 62.754.6.
1 i Mis lteccitos, t. .7.1 neaa. nmrici wr
10c higher: light, K.MI645; medium and
lleitW. IVlS'-'IO ,0.
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 430 head.
Market 10c higher. a
loos CHy l.le Stock Market.
BIOl'X CITY. Feb. !5.-(Bpcial Tele
gram 1 CATTLE Recelrts. 4'J head; mar
ket weak: storkera steady; beeves. 61 5)"f)
4 40: rows, bulls and mixed, 62 t!l tc;
stnekers and feeders, 62.754i3.70; calvea anii
yesrllns, 62 Oura 40.
HOGS Recelnta. 1.500 head; market 6310o
Amar.
Amrr.
do Dfd
Amar. T T
A mar. W-iolen ...
do rtd
riimlnlnn I. A 9
FMIaon Elao. IIU..
O. narat Elfftrlc ..
Maaa. Rlat-trtc
do pfd
Maaa Oaa
t'nltad Krolt
tnlted Bhoa Ma. 8
do pfd
I' s. taal
do pfd
Waatliig. common
Official
. t
. IS
. 47
. 71
. 7
. 10
.4I
. 17Vi
. II .
. 86V
a
.. .
.. T
. I
Mi.hlaan 4'4
Coal
...111 Pomlnlon
77 Pranklln
TSt4 Oraiir,
11 Isle Royala .
iMaia. kilning
12314 Mohaak
llk,iMnl r. c.
IH "14 nominion .
ilaraola
earmt
ihilncy
Shannon
Tamarack
Tnulty
.133
.157
. "S
. 71
u t
M ,t'. B
44 I'tah
! Victoria .
10 Winona ..
5St Wulvarlna
. 78
Mining.
Oil
S41
10
54
13
so
'
, BO
4S
i"
2k
. 3
. s
, 70
Kew York Mlalaar Qaotatlons.
NEW YORK. Feb. 25 The following are
the closing quotations on miring stocks:
AOam Con
Alua
Braeca
grunawlck Cos ....
Co ma oca
ion. Cal. Vs..
Horn 811 ver
Iron Btltwr
LeadtUle Cob ....
10
IT
.. 10
. I
.. I
. .1;
..lao
..lto
. I
Little Chtet
Ontario ,
nphir
Pboenll
itsevaee
Sierra NavaJk
,mall Hopaa ..
iblaudard
...425
... I
... M
... aO
... 20
...IM
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 -MONEY On call
steauly; Highest, I per rent; lowest, 1 per
cent; ruling rate, i per cent: last bid. or
fered and loan. 1 per cent. T me loan.
firm: 60 days ind so days, 'J'a'iht per cent
( months, 4vi4 per rent, i'rlnie niercan
tile pater. 4.aia'a per cent.
BTERL1NU EXCHANGE Easier, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 64 X
OMAHA. Feh. 25. Bunk clearings for to
day were 61.551.031.89, an Increase of 645.
220.39 over lite corresponding day last year.
Tj
- Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Feb.1 25.-COTTON-Tho
market opened steadv at an advance of
4'i(;i points on t lid old to a decline of G
polnta on the new crop. Prices advanced
to a net gain of UTiSo points in more nctlve
months, with May reaching 14.2'C and July
12.31c, while March ruled dull and neg
lected around 13.85c. In the middle of the
afternoon prices were forced down to the
lowest point of tho session, with March
selling at I.I.41V. May at 13.75c and July at
I.I.8110, representing a net decline of 11S27
points and a reaction from the best of
about 52 points from the May point. To
ward the close room coverings and a re
newal of demand for spot Interests brought
about a slight rally und the market was
finally steady at an advance of 8 points
to a decline nf 15 points. Sales estimated
at i"",'" naies.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 28 COTTON Fu
tures quiet nnd steady: February. lS.25n
bid; March. 1.1.5213. 54c; April, 13.67c; Mav.
13.98A 13.99c: June. 14.20tffl4.22c: July. 14.39(1?
14.4oc: August. 1.1.70c bid: September. 12.20c
bid. October. 11.45c bid. Spot market quiet;
sales, 2.500 bales: ordinary, 11 3-lAc; good
rdinary. 124c: low middling, lli'io: mid
dling. 134o; good middling. IS l,1-16c; mid
dling fair 14 3-lfic. Receipts, 4,616 bules:
stock, IW.SPS bales.
ST. iyHIS. Feh. 2.V COTTON Market
unchanged; middling. 14c; sales, none; re
ceipts 400 hales: shipments. S55 bales:
stock, 18,754 bales. 1
Metal Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 25. METALS Tin was
very weak In London with spot 1 10s
lower nt A:i23 7s6d. while futures declined
1 to 123 12s 6d. Spot tin here Is quoted
nominal at 6L"S 124 Copper wns unchanged
In London, closing at 57 7s fid for spot and
50 28 od for futures. Locally copper is un
hanged. Lake Is held nt 112 501112.75: elec
trolytic and casting at 612.37 Vi 12.824. Lead
was steady and unchanged nt 11 15." 111
London and at 61 00 In the local market.
Spelter advanced 2s fid to 21 17s fid In Lon
don, locally It was unchanged nt 65.oofll
610. Iron closed nt 51s 1d In Olasgow and
nt 42s 44d In Mlddleshorough. Ically Iron
was tinchnnged No. 1 foundry northern la
quoted nt 614.75t715.26; No. 2 foundry north
ern nt 11 f.l'r.'ii 14. ,:-: ."no. 1 rniinut-v souinern
nnd No. 1 foundry southern soft at 613.25W
1.1.75.
ST. LOI'IS. Feb. 25.-M ETA LH-Imparl
steady at 64.3634.374; iTflter steady at
64 W.
M'ool Market.
POSTON. Feh. 25 WOOT, The market
for pulled wools Is Arm, with moderate of
fering. Foreign woois nr quiei. i iirreni
mintatlnns: Idaho, fine. lvo-iRc; heavy fine.
1114c: fine medium. Ifisil64c; medium. 1
ff?17c: low medium, l.wixe. Wyoming, tine.
15(flfic: heavy line. ISfiUc; fine medium. 16'J
; medium. lKwtfwe; low meanim, r.nj.o.
Utah nnd Nevada, fine. l:.ffr1iK; heavy tine.
1Si14p: tine medium. Ifi4i'17e: medium, IS
r13e; low medium, WH-r. Dakota, fine. 15
ifflfic; fine medium. lf'H7c: mdiiim, lMTlSc;
low medium. W200. Montana nne choica,
19n?0c: tine medium cnnice. i!'r."ic; aver
sre is.iji5c; staple, 10fl20c; medium choice,
19-soe.
ST LOT'TS Feb. WOOT, Nominal ;
Twfw4lnm arrades. cnml.'ne and clothing,
17i4c; Ilirht fine. lfif-'TUc: heavy fine,
12fiH4c; tub washed. 205304c.
Omaha Pucklng Co.
Bwut and CoMipany 1,175
Cudahy Packing to 8nl
Armour una 1. umpuny . . . W7
Armour, from dioux City
Yansanl A Co 36
Carey ot Denton 83
l.obman & Co 28
McCrcary & Caiey 24
11111 & lluntzlnger 7
ItuKlon 6c Cu 37
F. L. liusi 81
Wolf & Murnun cii
llobblck & D 1
Sam Werthtilmer 16
Sol Degun .... 8
F. D. Lewis 29
O. D. Root & Co 81
Hamilton & Rothschild.. 38
M. Huggerty &. Co 32
Other buyers 2'Ji
1.342
2.0o
3.0.9
2, 1,02
l.bM
618
.4.1
,1.
2..0I
30J
768 10,730 3,881
more moderatd
Total
CATTLE There was
run of rattle here this morning and the
downwaid course of prices was checkid.
Duyers seemed to want a few cattle and
started out in fairly good season, und trad
ing was more brink than It has been at any
time this week. The bulk of the offerings
was dli-poaed of In fairly good season.
About the usual proportion of the offer
Ings cot.siBted of cornfed steers and the
matkei on the desirable grades was quite
active and strong to a dime higher than
esterdny's general market. The commoner
kinds of course were not particularly brisk.
but still even those sold to a little beiteH
advantage than they did yesterday, 'itiey
v pre at least easier to sell, even If the
prices paid were not much higher.
The cow market was more nctlve und, If
anything, the good to choice grades were
a little stronger, particularly than yester
day's close. As compared with the early
sales, there, probably was no improvement.
Tho commoner kinds were rather neglecied
and sold In much the same notches they
did yesterday, as buyers did not seem 10
be particularly anxious for that kind.
Bulls, veal calves and stags also fulled
to show any noticeable Improvement from
yeBterday, prlcer being practically tne
same.
There were not very many stockers nnd
feeders on pale this morning and the de
mand was sufficient to hold prices generally
steady. Tho demand from the country
yesterday was fairly good, all things con
sidered. It le to be noticed, however, that
the den and Is confined nlmnst entirely to
the better grades and for that reaeon spec
ulators very seldom buy warmed-up cattle
unless they are of good quality and clean.
Representative fnles-
I , r. r. r 01 ciia.
No.
10...
11
heep and lambs here this morning nnd as
a result prices held steady with yetserday's
urcnne. All tne packers wanti u n few
that trading was active nnd all the early
arrivals were nirposeii or in good season
1 he quality of the bulk of the offerings
was only fair. As compared with the hl;ri
time Monday the general run of the offer
ings Is nround a nuarti r lower, while some
of the more desirable grades nre probably
not as much off ns that. There teems to
be a good undertone to the trade, so that
prices nre not so much different from those
In force a week ago.
Very little Li doing In the feeder line, nnd
In fart not enough to make a market.
Prices could probably be quoted about
nearly.
Quotations for rornfed stock: Oood to
choice western lambs, 65.5(5.75: fair to
good lambs, $5 16'u Vui; good to choice Mex
ican yearlings. S5.0O'a).2.'i; good to choice
western yenrl'ngs. $.7f'1iti.n0; fair to good
yearllnga, 64.2.VH4 G5; good to rliolce w-h-ers,
$4.0iKf4..1j; fair to good wethers, 63 7.".'!?)
4 00; good to choice ewei. t.l.cV.f'4 15; fair to
good eW' P, 63 6t."t3.Si); choice feeder lambs,
4.2.VoVi .00; fnlr to good. $1.50(tf4.00; feeder
Jenrlingw, 63.75'fM.25; feeder wether". 117.'
00: feeder ewes. 62.50(fj,3 25; eulla, 61.75fif2.J0.
Heprcsentativo sales:
No
17S western ewe
4.1 western cull lnmbs
Ii western ewes
224 western ewes
3"0 western ewes
loo western ewrs
107 western lambs
10 cull western ewes
84 cull western ewes
t'.i) western ewes
197 western ewes
69T western ewes
2 western wethers
inn western lambs
298 western lambs ..,
240 western wethers nnd ewes
114 western lambs and ewes....
Wo.
3. ..
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7..
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10..
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4..
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14..
16..
11..
nil and Tloaln.
NEW YORK. Feb. 25 -OTLS-Cnttonseed
firm: prime crude, nominnl: prime yellow.
wc: petroleum, quiet; turpentine, easy at
fiJlhifiCte
ROSIN Quiet; Btrnlnert common to good,
6? on
Ti'RPWTlVE Furv at fitUfTfi4e.
SAVANNAH. Feb. 25 OILS Turpentine
Urn. t tine
robin Firm: A R C. D. " in- v.. I.
v 5o: n t".'.- tt f'fio: t .;: t, ty:
M tl V lias: v Ci 110: W. W.. P.70.
OH, CITY. Feb. ?5 OILS Credit balan.
res 41 0; certificate no bid: aMnrrents
4 043 bbl . sversge. 7J.W : run" B9 914. ave.
nee fi7 RTTt: sMnmer's Lima W.4f75. averfire
M.320; runs. Lima. BS.SfiD. average, 45.910 bbls.
gnanr and Mnlaaaea.
NEW YORK. Feb 25 -SFOAR-Raw.
firm; fair refining. 27c: centrifugal, 9 test.
S,c: molasses sugar. 2tc. Refined, steady;
cruahed. 515c; powdered, 4 55c; granulated,
4 4!.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb 25ST-C.AR-
Bteadv: open kettle. iS 3 3-1 'V ; open kettle
centrifugal. 31i3Sc: centrlf tiKal whites. 4S,c;
vellnws :n lS-lfir: seconds. 2Lfi3 J-lbc.
MOLASSES NoTlnal: onen kettle, 20-
Jfic: centrifugal, lil5c. Syrup dull at 23
! -T.c.
t'offe Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2S.-COFFEE-The
market for futures iened steady at an ad
vance of 5rol5 tiolnts on scaltert-d buiimt
and closed steadv at a net advance of SnfSO
points. Sales were reported of 129 Ouu b.iBn
Including March at Sl'jo.fyV; May. 5 "
6.7bc; June. 5 fii.it tVc: July. 5t(i6c; Sep
tember, 615a 4 30c; November. 4.46c; lcm
ber, .4c.svv; No. T AUo, ':c.
Ae.
964
1011
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list
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110
111.5
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I 60
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I 40
1 40
I 40
3 40
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8 80
3 65
I 61
I 65
I 65
I 68
I 66
I 70
I 70
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1200
1191
nai
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.. .Ilo
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Hill
1140
1 1 HI
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1080
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imo
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I 70
3 70
I 70
I 7
I 70
I 75
I 75
3 m
1 10
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3 85
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3 95
4 00
4 04
4 00
4 U0
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4 00
4 mi
4 00
4 00
4 10
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4 10
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BTEERS AND HEIFERS.
760 I 70 21 861 I 4
15 121 8 16 4 , Hi 48
COWS.
j Tf.0 1 00 1 in I M
1 f.20 1 HO 4 1001 I 68
1 n 1 75 1 nar, 1 s
t al.3 1 ) 19 91 t II
3 940 1 10 1 1150 t S5
Ill 1 15 t. 10M I 68
1 1.M5 I II T 197 t 15
a 936 I 10 6 irO 1 5
J 930 I 15 1 1200 I 15
1 990 I 13 14 910 t U
I I.'.O I 10 1 10J4 1 1.5
1 1010 I 10 11 1114 t 65
1 1150 I 10 14 917 1 90
J 800 I SO I d4 1 90
1 930 I 10 1 1131 I 90
10 Ill 3 10 I lull I 10
t 9S4 I 30 11 994 I 10
4 1077 I 31 14. 909 I 95
I 90 1 16 t 1075 I 00
IS 1166 1 35 1 740 I 00
I 911 1 40 4 loo" I 00
11 Ml I 40 1 671 I 01)
1 lfo 1 40 11 1(04 3 0
1 9f,0 I 40 I l'4 I 00
4 p. 35 1 40 1 1000 I 00
II KM 1 40 1 122.) I 11
3 933 40 1 1010 I no
1J 197 I 45 I IW I 00
I 0 J 50 10 1IM I 00
1 i 1 60 10 K.0 I 00
1 1M0 1 60 14 1H6 I 00
I Uf.il I HI 14 10"9 I 00
940 1 F0 11 1110 I 00
5 3 5", 1 8'J4 ) n
1 9M I 60 10 94 I 06
10 1136 I 60 11 1M I 04
li 1133 I 65 11 l'5 I 06
I I..40 3 65 14 1131 3 06
1 122.1 3 65 1 1107 I 10
17 173 I 70 1 1140 I 10
14 Vi70 70 4 12S I 10
II 11W I 7.1 1 1174 3 13
61 967 3 7.3 1 116" 3 13
14 900 I 75 19 .4 I i
4 1160 I 75 8 1240 8 It
1 1"0 1 75 1 1116 8 16
86 limn I 75 1 l?oo I 35
I 11, .0 I 75 1 794 3 40
U H7 1 75 4 163! 40
JJ M M 3 1440 3 40
14 1'il4 I 60 10 I'M I 80
COWS AND HEIFER3.
IS no I
HEIFERS.
I. 13 I 15 1 117 10
II 714 it'. 1 170 I 16
1 8o4 I 80
BL'LI.8.
1 11 t 40 t im 1 tn
1 1640 I 6.J 1 141 I 94
1 12'0 I ao 1 100 3 (ki
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Pr.
3 40
4 00
4 05
4 05
4 10
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2 25
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4 50
I 50
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CHICAGO I.1VF. STUCK MARKET.
Prices Steady nnd Strong; for Cattle,
Five to Ten Cents llluhrr for Hogs.
CHICAGO. Feb. 25.--CATTLE Receipts.
9,000 head; market steady to strong; good
to prime steers, 14.9 "jr.). 05: poor to medium,
63.5ooj4.60; stockers and fcedcTS. J2.504i4.20;
cows. 61. 75414. 00; heifers. 62.OOfu-t.o0; cannera.
61.752.40; bulls, 62.O0ii.rl.0O; calves, I'l.DO
6.25; Texas-fed Bte-rs. 64.OOtji4.il5.
linns-Receipts, 3B.I1XI hen.il; estimated to
morrow, 25,000; mnrkot ikuIOc higher; mixed
nnd butchers, Sj.2i.iiG.iK; good to choice
heavy, 5.tioi?i5.75; rough heavy, 6"i.!"ii4.bu;
light. 64.4otfj5.20; bulk of sales, 65. S if). V 55.
HIIEKF AISO I.AMUS Receipts, ln.liuo
head: market strong to 10c higher; lambs
steady to strong: good to choice wethers.
14 264H.50; fair to choice mixed, 3.fV(i4.2s;
western sheep. 64.15tfT5.25: native lambs,
64. 501(1 5. 45; western lamlui, H.Bo45.40.
Otllclai yesteruay:
Receipts. Shipments.
Cuttle 28.411 5.871
Hogs 46.574 .r.'2
Sheep 22,929 5.2 W
cows. 12 OAii.t 75: native nelfer. 63 7f4 J
bulls. 6-'...l !': CIlllC. 3.lKtl 00.
HOUS-ltcciii'ts, ll.'i heed; market 60
higher; tup. ! .v.; bulk of sales, 60 . i'.'tM . 4,-. ;
heav. fc.V'iiT' V.; packers. t.g4i.45; pigs
and IlKht.a, 61 3.V.;i.!t.
SHEEP AMi LAMP! Receipts. S.m
head; market strong and active; native
'ambft. 6...-'." K. ?.; western lamls, 6-VtV'h '..$;
fed ewe. 4.1 vi 4 .Sn; wctern-f ed yearlings,
64.01 n4.2."; Murker and feeders, 62.j4.50.
OM4H4 WlfllLRSAVR MARKET.
Condition of Trade anal Qnotatlone on
ataale and I'nncy rrextaaas.
FOQS-Receipts, more literal; market
Weaker; fresh stock, 17fi ISc.
LIVE 1MILTRV Hens. 9vc; prlna
chickens, I'uSSc; old roosters, 6c; turkeys.
It'll 14c; ducks, ffcc; geese, 8c.
DRESSED PoL'LTRY Turkeys, 1fH.e;
ducks, HulJc; gi-se, 10c; chickens. 10Villc.
lU'TTKIt - Packing stock, l.V; chol-o
to fancy rttlry rolls. 13.H4c; separator. tSr.
FRESH FISH Trout. f'-jiiliV; pickerel, 5W,
lu tV-; J.Ike. 8V; perch. IHl'3e; blnehsh. l'c,
whltelish, Siik'; salmon, lie; haddock, 10c;
codfish. 12c; redanapper, 11c; lobsters bnlld.
per lb., SJc; lotinicrs, grreTi, per lb., oe;
bullheada, 11c; rntflsh, lf1J :; riack bass,
c; halibut, 10c; crappljs. 12c; lirrlng. 4V4F!
white bass 18c: blui'rtns, 8.-; smelts, 100110.
OYSTERS New York Counts, per can,
4.1c; per gal., ii.fi: extr.t select, per cnn.
Sic; per gal., 11.80; standard, per can, Jlc;
per gai., a....
l'lAN-Per ton. 61RS0.
HAY-Frlces quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Drillers' association: Choice No. 1 upland,
5o; No. 2. 6'i0: medium. 65.50; coarse,
6500; rye straw. 60.OO. These prices are fot
hay of good o dor and quality. Demand fall
and receipts light.
VEGETARLES.
1VTATOES Colorado. 81.W; Dakota, per
bu , II (; l ath es, S5c.
SWEET l'OTAl'OES Muscatine, per bid..
63 50.
NAVY HEANS-Fer bu.. 62 15.
CEUERY Larga California, HOC, 75c and
60c.
ONIONS-Fpanlsh, per crate. 61.90; Colo
rado yellow ajid red, per lb., io.
CAURAUE Wlst'uiiuiu Uollajul. 3c; new
California, 30.
Tl'RMI'S Canada rutabagas, per lb.
Pc; white, r bu.. 60o.
CARROTS-Per bit., 6-100.
FAItSNIl'S Per Lu.. oc.
HEETS-Per bu., Hoc.
CAILIFLOAER-Callfornla. per craU.
J2.V5.
Cl'tTMIlERS-Per do.. 61 K1 GO
TOMATOES Florida, per ll-batiket crates,
64.6iii6.0O.
RAOISIIKP Per tjct. bunch:. Me.
LETTI'CE HEADS Per dog. bunches. 9o
CJl.o"; ir bin., 6T.O0; leaf letuice, iter do.
bunches, 45o.
TPRNIPS Southern, per doa, 75c.
HEETS Southern, ter dog.. 7uc.
CAHRf 'TS Southern. pr rtos . 75o.
rARSLEY-Southern. per do., 61.00.
FRL'ITS.
APPLES California Pellflowers, per box.
61.76; New York export Oreenlnga, Rusegtg
and Ilaldwins, 64. IK).
CKANMERRIEH Jersey, per bbl., 67 W;
fer box, 62.50: Wisconsin Pell and Bugle,
:.50; Pell and Cherry, l50
ORAPES Imported Malagaa. per keg.
7.tNl.
BTRAWPFRRIEP Florida, per qt.. 60a
TROPICAL F 141' ITS,
ORANGES Navels, all slues, choice. 6215
4J2.25; fancy, all Kises, 62 25(ul60.
LEMONS California, fancy, 300 to 660.
13 50; choice, 240 to 270 sixes. 63 00413. 26.
F103 California, per 10-lb. cartons.
Imported Smyrna. 3-crown, :
IGc: 7-crown, loc. .
HANANAS Per medium Blxed bunch,
t2.00fV2 .50; Jumbos, 62.75ii3.2S.
COCO AN L'TS Per sack. 64 00; pe' Hog.,
I 60c. . .
1'ATES Persian, per box ci tv V" I
62 00; per lb., lu 80-fb. boxes, 6c; Oriental
Ftuffed dnt.'s. per bor. 62.40.
Mlcje.iiLL.ANli.OUS.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
I2c; Wisconsin young Americas, 13c; block
Swiss, He; Wisconsin brick, 13c; Wisconsin
llnibutger, 12c.
IK iN EY Nebraska, per 24 fremea, 68.00;
Utah and Colorado, per 34 frames, 63.
MAPLE SUGAR Ohio, per lb., 10c.
CIDER Per bbl.. 66-60; per H bbl.. 63.8.
JlORSEnADIBH Per nase of 2 dog.,
pflcked HOC
HI1E8 No. 1 green, 5c; No. t green, 60:
No. 1 salted. 7c; No. 2 salted tic: No. 1
veal calf. 8 to 12 lbs., 8Vc; No. 2 veal calf,
12 to 15 lbs., 8Vj,c; dry salted hides, 81I2c;
sheen pells. 25'1j75c; horse hides, 61-Mij,2.60.
NUTS Walnuta, No. 1 soft-shell, per lb.,
15c; hard-Bhell, per lb., 14c; No. 3 aoft
shell, per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard-shell, per lb.,
12c; Praills, per lb., 11c; filberts, per lb
11c; almonds, soft-shell, per ib., 15c; hard
shell, per lb., 13c; pcans, large, per .,
12c; small per lb., 10c; leanuts, per lb., 6c;
roasted peanuts, per lb., 8c; Chill wal
nuts, 12hl;;iao; large hickory nuts, per bu
61 50; shell barks, tier bu., 12.00; black Wal
nuts, per -b.il., 61.24.
REAL KSTATK THAXSFHRS.
DEEDS lllcd for record February 28
in the otllce of the register of deeds, aa
furnished for The Ree by the Midland
Guarantee and Trust company, bonded
abstracter. 10)4 Farnam gtieet:
Harriet N. Klluatrlck and hushund to
Martha c,. Montgomery, pan 101
block 1, Weat Omaha 1.009
O. M. Oleaon and wife to A. J. Hol
men, lots 14 and 15, block 1, Rose
Hill 300
Eugene J. Sullivan anil wife to Aetna
Trust company, lots 1, 2, 4, 6, 7 and
S, block 13ti, Florence 1
V'llllem E. Taylor and wife to Charles
E. Camp and Lloyd F. BlaKenalp,
8&c;
6-crown,
at. I.ools Live Stock Market.
BT. LOUIS. Feb. 25. CATTLE Receipts,
2.600 head, including 700 Tcxans. Market
steady: native shipping and export steers,
14. Jo'dS 28; dressed lieef and butcher steers.
64.iiHu6.10: steers under l.ooti lbs.. l-l.WKua.oo;
stockers and feeders. f2.3Ct7i3.80; cows nnd
heifers, f2.t5rrr4.20; esnners. fl.Ddfii2.60; bulls,
f'J.50fi3.r0; calves. 63 00i7.oo; Texan and In
dian steers, fnoogi.26. with choice fed
worth up to 61.75; cows and heifers, f2.0o'u
f.10.
HOOS Receipts. B.500 head. Market f1i
10c higher: pigs nnd lights, 64.SO4i5.10; pack
ers. 61 fW.fI5.35; butchers und beat heavy,
f5.3'"i.'6.'5.
SHEEP AND LAMPS-Recelpts. 1.000
head. Market strong; native muttons. 63 On
i4 .'i: lambs. 64.w''i6 00; culls and bucks,
f2.2tij4.l0; stockers. 62 .WQZ.to.
Block In Sight.
Following are the receipts of live stock
for the fix principal western cities yester
day:
Cuttle.
South Omaha 2. WO
Chicago 9,no0
Kansas City 3. 000
8t Loula 2.5110
St. Joseph 1.610
Bloux City 4o0
part IiwVa nw'4 section R-15-13 1.300
John Francis Pllka to Prokop Jell
mek, part lot 11, Parker's allotment.. 628
James Edgard Wright and wife to
Amelia Llllla. li lot 9, Hock 4,
Kountzo & Ruth's add 1,100
David H. Welch and wife to Mlnnlo
Carpenter, purt lots 19 and 20, block
R, West Side -A
Valeria Janoska to Llixle McOuIre,
art swV sei ectlon 25-16 10 1,600
Oustavus P. Uenson, jr., to F.lna B.
Klrm hsteln, lot 4, block li; Kountaa
Place 000
Currle M. White and husband to Jose
phine Bonewltr, lot 4 and part lot
6, block 1, Hartford P'ac.e 1.800
Leopold Doll et al to Minnie Morey.
part seVi section 22-15-12 I
Minnie Kruse et al to Henry A. Kruse,
tiart ne'i section 20-15-12 1.40
Ellen C. Fahs and hushand to Frank
Hiinliurk, lot 24, bltCK 8, roller
Cobb's add 87
F. J. Fitzgerald and wife, to Henry
Monster, se'4 section 25-15-11 11,130
Maggie Iirson ChrlstofTerson to Caro
line Madsen, lot 7, block 5, Clover
dale add W
Oeotge Co. to Renjamln M. Bulaney,
lot 24, bba-k S. Ann Place 150
Enrneet H. McCrearv et a' to Fred H.
Hatitln, lot 13, block 12, Patrick's 2d
add
Hoes. Sheen
.ul
3i.tHl
11. OlIO
t;.5ou
r,.2M
8,500
3.0.10
15.000
2,l
1.000
420
Totals
.17,500 00,500 21.000
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
K A NBAS CITY. Feb. 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 3.000 head. Including 3uo sout'ierna;
market stendv to strong; exort and dressed
beef steers, 64 .5n4j(.1.H; fair to good. 3.7a'u,
4.4o; western-fed steer, fj.jn4i4.25; stockers
nnd feeders. 83 tfu-4 .25; southern Bteer.
63.2Ml3.90; southern cows, f2.oorita.la; liallve
GtO. A. ADAMS GRAIN CO.
Grain. Provisions tit Stocks.
Members Omaha Grain Exchange,
Chicago Board of Trad and other
Xv.hanges.
Correspondents Bartlett, Frailer 4
fartlrgton.
. 215 Board ol Trad Blf g, 0 in aha.
S. SLEUMAN
Qrain, Provltiont & Stocks.
Room 4. N. T. Ufa Bldg.
Tel. km
Operates U otticiia la This Btata.
Established 1597.
FOUR POINTS FOR TRADERS
WHEN YOU TRADE IN
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, STOCKS
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
m COF commission nn
Capital and Surplus, $603,000.00.
General Offices: N. Y. Life I3ldg., Minneapolis.
IDCCT CCDVIPC Moat reliable market Information. LrT
Ukdl dLnlluC private wire ayalain in America.
2UC filllDIIITCC to execute your order if the market
lit UUAnArl I CC reaches Ihe price whicti you act.
We chirr MO INTEREST for carrying- long atocka.
3. UaRQIMS REQUIRED ZilZt&rK'At&Vfr''"'
. RpRQS yrN'lon1 and Bank; l5 Branch
OMAHA BIMKCH 1618 Ftroao St., Tel. 3467. THOS. U. WADOICK, Cor.
N. B. W Isaua aarb waek an sshaustlve review of tha markets and
moat accural forscevst of future movamanta. Fra at any ot our offiocs.
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