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W, BKM: DMA HA, TMSSDAY, FIOBIU'ARY 11. 1913.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Both Factions in Wheat Now on an Even Footing. ; CORN BULLS CLOSELY WATCHED Holding of the Cotton Cro d. In I'lilcnRo Ileitis Closely Observed nnd Any Ilrrnk Will Pre-, clpltnte Prices. OMAHA. Feb. 10. 1913. ine fact that the average professional in the Chicago wheat market evened up his position over Sunday will open the week with both faction among the smaller traders on an even footing. I He larger men In the trade, those who at either short or long on big line of tno ay and July wheat, are believed to be steadfast In their convictions and have refused to show tho "white feather," and either sell out or cover. Statistics on wheat this week are likely to bo beamh in character. Importing nations have refund to hid up for breadstuff because or the war between the Balkan statea and Turkey, as they doubtless have somo kind of an understanding with each other as to where the trouble Is to be confined ulth ample tonnage for the Russian waters and other sections of the far east the wheat supplies to come out of that country are ,llkely to show a good In crease. India will have less wheat for export than usual, but this will be tully offset by tho Increased movement oit of Argentina, us the offerings from thtre aro now on a much larger scale than hi any time In many years. The wheat In Argentina hoa turned out better than was generally looked for, and the qual tj Is said to be excellent In the United States and Canada there Is still a bis surplus of wheat, which must be sold or carried over Into another crop. In bjtn of thuse countries holders aro not In clined to force their grain upon buyers, as they contend that the crops In both Canada and the United States have oteii tinder-estimated and that buyers will uo forced to tako hold at selleres' prices later on. Cash wheat, 140Vc lower. The action of bulls In corn will be closely watched. Tho holdings In Chi cago of tho cotton crowd aro believed to bo quite large' and any attempt on their port to get out will start a sharp break. While on the other hand any attempt on the part of shorts to cover would drive prlcos skyward. The stocks of contract corn at Chicago, aa woll as at other points, Is abnormally small and shorts cannot expect to. depend on delivering tho grain In order to get out of tho hole. Cash corn was 14c lower. Oats aro more likely to sympathize wlt,h the corn and possibly -with- wheat. Cash oats was unchanged. Clearances were 697,000 bushels of corn, 75,000 bushels of oata and wheat and corn equal to 860,000 bushels. Liverpool closed HSd lower on wheat and ild higher on corn. primary wheat receipts were 1,324,000 bushels and shipments were 394,000 bush els. Primary corn receipts were 1,589,000 bushels and shipments won 870,000 bu. Primary oats receipts wero 864,000 bushels and shipments wcae 496,000 bush els. A year ago today was a holiday, there fore no receipts and shipments for last year. Tho following cash prices were reported today: WHEAT No. 2 hard, winter: 3 cars. NUc; I car, 8514c. No. 3 hard wlnUr: 1 WAXTK1) TO RENT WANT to rent 5-room modern house March 1; two In family: references. Ad dress K'57S, Bee. REAL ESTATE AHSTIIACTS Of TlTI.H. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice In -Nebraska. 208 Brandels Theatar. OITY PKUI'IUIITY Kllt SAL, 15. BBMIS PARK DISTRICT Nearly new square house containing rec. hall, parlor, dining room and kltonen on first floor; three bedrooms and sleep ing porch and bath on second; oak finish on first floor; screens and storm win dows; south front lot; paved street; good location; nice neighbors; close to school. Price J3.SO0. Tetms. BEAIIS-CARLBERG CO. 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. TO BUY, SELL. Oil KENT, F1KST 8KB JOHN W. ROHUIN8, 1801 FAI1NAM ST. I2-ROOM house, Kountzn Place, Omaha, $7,000, clear, also other clear Omaha property. Want California. 1135 W. 42t St., E.os Angeles, Cat. SOUTH PART OP CITX. B-room house, 1707 8. 11th St. For sale by owner. 1704 LAKE New, modorn, oak finished bungalow; lot 40x130; will sell for 5,200 on easy terms. JEFF W. BEDFORD & SON, S44 Brandels Theater. Tyler 1J21. REAT. KSTATK FA1UI A UAIMCH LAM1IH FOIl SAI.H Cullfornlo. California land excursions '1st .and 3d Tuea. W. T. Etnlth Co.. 8U City Nat Bit Kansas. KANSAS FARMS, and ranches for sale; 80 to 25,000 acres; yvrlto for free list. V. E. NIQUETTE, Sallna- Kan. FOR SALE Improved 160 a. farm at (33 per acre. J. II. King, Cawker City, Mitchell Co.. Kan. NobrnaUa. IMPROVED FARM 320 acres, 35 an acre; 12 miles from town; rich block toll; 10 acres broke; all fenced; bouso &x24; near school and lu sight of twonty-flv other farm houses. Must have your fil ing right. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb. RANCH BARGAIN. 1.920 acres fine grass and hay land: fenced; good house; 3 wells; windmills and tanks; near R. R.; 150 miles of Omaha; In the corn bolt; will tako cars or ux neaa or cattle: act quicic. WRIGHT & LA8BURY. Omaha, Neb. WILL sell foreclosed, 160 acres, good form land neav Benkelman, Neb., for 1ho casn. uox ua. uouncn uiurrs. ia. MUST sell section near Potter, Chey enne county, Neb., for 38.60 per acre. Only $1,440 cash, balance 10 years. Nearbv land sells for $15 to $35. Box 93, Council Bluffs, la. FOR SALE BY OWNER, $10 per aero ISO aCres. good level land, ell fenced and twice cross fenced. Good irrarmrv. large horse barn, small house. well 65 feet deep, windmill and other out buildings, 300 acres In cultivation. ISO acres natural grass. Will sell cash or terms Vt corn, balance terms to suit purchaser. Located 9 miles north of Mitchell. Neb. For further particulars In quire "or write, G. W. DeArmond, Colton, ba. Wisconsin. UPPER Wisconsin took world's cham pionship award on alfalfa at the 1913 na tional corn exposition. Cheap land pro duced It For Information write Wiscon iln Advancement Assn., 324 Caswell Bldg., Mllwcukee, Wis, ""llEAL ESTATE VOH liKUT Farm anil Ranch Lands. FOR RENT SO-acre farm southwest of South Omaha. Mrs. E. M. Clark, 821 Orand Ave., Omaha. Neb. Tel. Web. V32. LIVK STUCK StItlxKT OI VKT Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten Jon. l.lv Stock Coinmiaalon Merchants. BYERe TIRQB. & CO. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & Co., Exchange Bldg, I,H(lAh NOTICES. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, The annual meeting of the stockholders of The Bee Publishing company will be httld t The Bee office, Omaha, at 4 o'clock p. m. on Monday, March 3, 1913, for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year and for the trans action of such other business as ma.' properly come before the meeting, ily order of tho president F3-MJ N I. FEIL, Secretary, ear (yellow), KUc. 1 car, SVeo, No. i spring 1 car, R4ic. No grade, spring 1 car. 7o. No. 2 durum, mixed: I car " RYB No. 2s 1 car, fc. , CORN No. S white: 1 car. 47Uc. No. J white: 1 car, 474e; 2 ears, 47c; 2 cars, ,491ic; t cars, 46Vic. No. 4 white: 3 cars, itin Vn f vallnw 1 rar- AKUn V t e. jxo. i yeuow: i $w.: jufx ears. 4c. No. 4 car. 4414c: 2 cars. 441c; 1 car, 44c. No. 3 mixed: 7 cars, 46c; 1$ cars, 44Hc, No. 4 mixed: 1 car. I4UC Nos. 3 and 4. mixed: 1 bulkhead. 44We; 1 bulkhead, 41c. OATS-No. 2 white: 1 cur. 3114c. Stand ard: ) cars. 3314o. No. 3 white: IS cars. 32c. No. 4 white: S cars, 3214c; 3 cars, 3214 c. No grade: 1 car, 319.0. Omaha Cnah Prices. WHEAT No. 3 hard. SSfiMKc: No. 3 hard, MOHc; No. 4 hard, MSiWc; No. 3 spring. MflMMiC; No. 4 spring, S2y3Vic. corn no. z wnue. vic: no. a white. 46140471c; No. 4 whlto, 45446o; No. 2 yellow, 4514c; No. 3 yellow, 4iOi5Hc; No. yollo itffttii w. 4llf4W; No. 2, 44aOH5c; No. 3, 43iff441c. OATS No. 2 wnite. 334e: standard. 3314c; No. 3 white, 32ttc; No. 4 white, 32 BARLEY Malting, 554J3o; No. 1 feed, 12447C. KYIS No. 2, 6SV460c; No. 3. iSO&Slic. Carlot Receipt. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago 33 492 ISO Minneapolis 5S0 iDuluth 83 Omaha 70 Kansas City 122 St. Louis 137 Winnipeg 303 144 108 170 CHICAGO lillAIN AND PllO VISIONS Kentnrea of the Trndlniv aail Closlou Prices on Board of Trndr. CHICAGO, Feb. 10. Wheat prices took a down tuin today owing to rain reports from India and because of mild weather and of promised moisture in the United States winter crop belt. The closo was easy at IsOHic to 94014c net decline. Corn finished Mi",c off; oats unchanged to Vic lower and provisions dearer by wn7VsC to z-JVic. Wheat gave way grudgingly a fow fractions at a time. One reason for tho reluctance was that dispatches from India said the rainfall . though fairly general, had been light. In addition there was fenr of a return of activity on the Part of tho bulls In coarse gram The market could not withstand the grudual effect of 'selling duo to the ex cellent conditions in autumn-sown news. Considerable attention wns given to a big Increase of tho number of cargoes on ocean nassaco. Sniallness of tho gain In the visible supply total brought about relative firmness of wheat during the last part of the sosclon. At no time, thougn, am thu market get back to last week's clos ing levels. Huge receipts made tho corn market heavy. The trade Ignored, higher cables and paid no heed to Argentina. On thu other hand, oats during most of the day showed more activity and strength than naa neen tne caso in a ions wmie. Sellers of July corn bought September outs freely, a fact that led to much spreading Between tno various muuum. Provisions rose on account of largo ex ports and In consequence of higher prices for hogs. Stock yard dealerB wero lively to grab offerings when the market ex perienced a temporary dip. Futures ranged as follows: A rtlcle Open, t Hlgh.l Low, Closo. Bat y. Whcatl May. 93T4-4U' 91 .94H6H July. Hopt 914 92 90H I liP 90Vj,l 90HH 90 54Tiari5 Corn. May. July. Sept. 53l E3T4! 64 65 I 35Ts 35i 19 95 19 90 64UH 55VK1 55U' 55SfH Oats. I May. July. Sept. 35S 35y4 35H 3oH JEVi 19 70 19 70 10 G7H 10 60 10 61 33! 35H. 351, 35',il Pork. May. 19 65-70! 19 65 19 65 19 92Hi; July. 19 65 1 w IOCS Lard, May. 10 52W 10 67H 10 62M July 10 IS 10 67-70 10 &5 10 60 10 50 10 67-70 Sept. 10 60-63 10 75 10 75 lilbs. May. 10 50 10 62V4 10 62V41 1 K 10 63i 70 6214 10 67-70j 10 62H July. 10 47H! 10 624 10 47H Sept. Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red, $1.10ifl.l2: No. 3 red. $1.0281.0$; No. 2 hard, 9306o; No. 3 hard, 9193c; No. 1 northern, 93V434c; No. 2 northern, Kia1 91c; No. 3 northern, 8C89c; No. 2 spring. No. 3 spring, S53SSc No. 4 spring, 80(g8Ec: velvet chaff, S6&92c; durum, 8792c. Corn: No. 2 yellow, 61 E52c; No. 3. 484c; No, 3 white, bOVtW Vic; No. 3 yellow, 49604c; No. 4, 4tw 48Vic; No. 4 white. 4860o; No. 4 yellow, J-6V448c. Oats: No. 3 white, 36V4O07H0; No. 3 white. 34T36o; No. 4 whlto. 3333:io; standard. 33W33c. Ryo: No. 2, 61c. Barley, WSWc. Seeds: Timothy, $3.00 4.00: clover, $12.00&'20.00. PROVISIONS-Pork, $19.6519.92V4; lard, $10.65; ribs. $9.8714810.6214. BUTTERr-Steady; creameries, 2734Vic. EGGS Easy; receipts, 6,269 cases; at mark, cases Included, 1921o; refrigerator firsts, 161417c; firsts, 2214c. POTATOES Strong: receipts, 75 cars; Michigan. 4Ri&ttc; Minneapolis, 47060c; Wlscnnson, 45360c. POULTRY Alive, steady; turkeys, 15c; chickens, 16c; springs, 16c. NEW VOIIIC tillNKItAL MAI1KI5T (Inotatlnns nf tUr Dny nn Vnrlona Commodities. NEW YORK, Feb. lO.-FLOUR-Steody; spring patents. $4.404.65; winter straights, $4.o04iM.60: winter patents. $4.70416.10: snrlng clears, $4.204.46; winter extras No. 1,' ji.weti.uj; winter extras No. 2. $3.po!4.00; Kansas straights, $4.10ij)4.25. Ryo flour, dull; fair to good, $3.6033.8C; choice to fancy. $3,9064.00. Buckwheat flour dull, f2.2Eff2.33. CORNMEAL Fine whlto and yollow, $1.301.35; coarse, $1.2SsJl.S0; kiln dried. $3.16. RYE Dull-No. 2 western, 6667c c. I. f. Buffalo. BARLEY Feeding, BSVic c. I. f. Now York; malting, C970o c. 1. f. Buffalo. WHEAT Spot barley steady; No. 2 red, $1.08ri; elevutor, und $1.10 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.0lW f. o. b. afloat Futures easier, owing to lower cables, more favorable political news, good weather and In absenco of export demand, closing 14 lower to Is higher. May 99 1iV1Cc$i.00H, closed $1,001-16; July closed S3 3-4: September closed 90v l-4o. Bonded wheat. May closed 97 5-8c; July CORN Snot market steady: exnort. E8c rt, 6syc ; s)p- i o. o. aiioai. itecoipts, u.uim uu ments, ii.ow Dti. OATS Spot markot steady: strjndard white, 40c; No. 3, 39c; No. 4, 37W4t38',ic; natural white, 37?f39V4c; Whlto cllrZed, iS0 42c; all on track. Receipts, vf.000 bu.; shipments. 6,000 bu. HOPS Easy; state, common to choice, 1912 crop, 203 28c; 1UU crop, 1101Cc; Pacific coast. 1912 crop, 17023c; 1911 crop, 13016c. HIDES Firm; Central America, SOc; Bogota. 23H&M14C. FEED Western spring bran, $23.25; city, $24.00. - HAY-Standard, 97Ho; No. 1, $1.0001.06; No. 2, 85fl95c; No. 3, 7BQ0c. LEATHER Hemlock firsts, 2S059c; sec onds, 27if2Sc.' PROVISIONS Pork, mess. $20.60?1.00; family, $22.0024.00;Hhort clears, $21.00 22.25. Beef, mess, $22.6023.00; family. $24.0026.00; beef hams, $32.00(334.00. Cut meats, pickled bellies, 13 to 14 pounds, $13.00; pickled hams. $14. W. Iircl, middle west prime, $0.6510.76; refined, firm; continent. $11.30; South America, $1LK; compound. $7.62VrS7.87V4-. TALLOW Prime city hogsheads, 61c; special. 714c; country, 66Hc BUTTER-Steady; receipts, B,256 tubs; creamery, extras, 371S3Sc; process extras, 2626VSo; Imitation creamery firsts, 24ft So; factory, June make, firsts, 22 lit 23c: packing stock, June make, 2021Ho; pack ing stock, current make, No. 2, 2020Hc: No. 3, 17819c. CHEEaE Steady; recelpU. 1,138 boxes; state whole milk, held white, specials. 17H4T18o; state whole milk, winter specials, 16ai6ic; skims. 201314c. EGGS Barely steady; receipts. 8,191 cases; fresh gathered extras, 27Q28g; re frigerator firsts, 2014021c; nearby hennry whites, good to large size, new laid, 30 32c; western gathered whites, 25329c. POULTRY Firm; fresh killed western chickens, 12)20o; fowls, 1391614c; turkeys, 14JJT24C Prorla Market. PEORIA. III.. Feb. 10. CORN-No. 3 yellow, 48.;f48Ho: No. 4 yellow, 47847!4c; No. 3 mixed. 4oV&4SHc; No. 4 mixed, fl 47Uc; sample, 43Q4SC. OATS No. 2 white :i5l4' , standard, 34o; No, S white, S4o, sample, 31c. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Day's Movement Consists of a Slow, Dragging Decline. MEXICAN ISSUES ARE SOLD TlKhtrnlna; of Money Itntea Another Development Which l'nron Hear Cnll Money Ilenehen Four Per Cent. N'ltW YOltK. Keb. lO.-Tho undertone of the stock market weakened today and a number of representative Issues suih ks tho llarnmans, Heading, at. I'aui. ienign Vulloy and Smelting, dropped back a point or more. Speculation was marked by tho lassitude which has prevailed re cently and at no time was tho list sub jected to severe pressure. Tho day s movement consisted or a siow, dragging decline. Tho market Situation wan somewhat less favorable. Outbreak of tho revolu tion In Mexico led to selling by tho trading element of stocks of corporations operating In tho southorly republic. Na tional Hallways of Mexico first preferred broko 5 points. Another development which favored the bears was tho tightening of money rates. Call money climbed to 4 per cent, the highest slnco tho first week of the year. While there was no quotable change In time money rates the tone was appreci ably firmer. Foreign exchange rntes wore easier. Such a change In the money market was foreshadowed by tho poor bank statement of Saturday, which showed that tho surplus reserve had been virtually out In two. Tho foreign financial situation and the probability of further exports of old wero nlxo of direct Influence on the money market hero. The Steel corporation reported a de crease of nearly 103,000 tons In unfilled orders at the end of January, tho first shrinkage slnco last March. As the orders on hand aro sufficient, It U estimated, to keep tho mills busy for night months, the decline was hardly considered of serious moment. Continued selling of Southern Pncillo forced It still lower, the price touching 103, the bottom figure slnco IMS. A fow specialties showed strength. Can rose over 2 points and Union Hag preferred 7 points. Bond prices In the main wore lower. Total sales, pur value, 32,260,000. Panama 3o declined on call. Number of solos and leading quotations on stocks today wero as follows: Balm. 111th. lx)w. uioan. AmaUiLmated Copofr 7.S00 7:X 72Vi American Agricultural ... American Pc-et Rui;ar American Can American Oin pfd American P. & V Anierlcan Cotton Oil Am. Ice Securities American Llnaeed American Ixicomotlve . . American 8. & It Am. C. & It, pM Am. Sugar Iletlnlng American T. T American Tobacco Anaconda Mining Co A ten I eon ' Atchlton ptd' Atlantic Coaet Line naltlmora A Ohio nethlehem Steel Brooklyn Rapid Tr Canadian Pnclflo Central leather Cheaapeaka Ohio Chlcaco O. W Chicago, M. & St. P.... Chlroco A North Western Coorado K. A I Ooneolldated Oaa Corn TroJucta Delawarej & Hudian Denrer Rio Grande.... Denrer So It 0. pfd DlnlllerV Seturltlca .... Jtrle Erie 1st pfd Brie Id- pfd (leneral Electric Oreat Mjrthem pfd Qreat Northern Ore ctfs. Illlnoli Central Interborough Met Inter. Met. pfd t, 87H I74 imm nsM t.1'4 50H MM MH 7 414 Its M 17.J00 MO 200 M0 tVX) too 1.600 12 1M JIM ' 71'. I 1MH I III , 131H MS 39 H 7!U Ill lMVl 1 103S 100 10 n in 1,00 IMS too IUH 400 J1S 800 103V 103V4 its 191H 37 MTH SH 77M ioo ii9U 800 1W 102 ioo so w 4,100 wh inn too is jsv 1IM :oo invi iioh uom tOO UIH 1M 135H 1.40O JUS tM 117 IT4i too in too is 137 Wi 112 roti 37 IK 10 41 31 m4 119 38 lit 18H 2H ill 4 2,(00 too 47 800 142 2,000 124 141 1 200 1!5 '124H 700 UK 1IM son 13 UK International Harvester. 300 lit lit Inter-Marine pfd 1H International Paser 1,000 13Hi 12 II International rump 800 Kanaas CUr Southern... 200 "14 : 11 28 ieoti its in 27 41H 111 HH 10794 Jlt 108U 80 118H t 11 113 II !5 1M14 180X 137 lit 2114 41 UI14 83 2814 107H 31 10814 11t 118M, 29U 11H4 11JH 10014 22H Laclede Oaa . Lehigh Valloy 3,000 Hl',4 IxiulTlll) A NaaliTllle.. 600 118 M Bt P. A S. Ste. M. 100 13 Mlieourl. K. &. T rOO 27 Mltaourl l'aclflo 100 41H National nticult 200 lit National Iad 100 UTi N. It. It. of M. 2d pfd.. 300 23K New York Central 100 10; N. V., 0. & W 00 J214 Ntarfolk & Weatern 1.V00 1014 North American 100 80 Northern Pacific 800 J1914 Pacific Malt 100 20H Pennsylvania I. too toi People's Oai 1,300 111 P., U , C. & Bt. L. . . . Flttaburgh Coal Ieaeed btel Car Pullman Palace Car.. Heading neoubllo I. A S 2O0 2114 tm 200 111 32,80!) ICS 14 16014 180 113 11314 27 Itepubltc I. A 8. pfJ Ilock -ltland Co... too Itock Inland Co. pU too St. U & S. F. !d 5fd--. IOO Seaboard Atr Line too Seaboard A. U pfd... 87 U 2814 K, 10814 27 H 2314, 4344 2714 20 '44 ' 103 2714 8014 J4? JJti 4314 7U 18H 44 " 103 tolj 34K Sloaa-Sliettleld S. A I.... 100 Southern Pacific 21,100 Southern Railway 200 So. Hallway pfd Tenneuee Copper Taiai & Pacific Union Paclflo Union Faclflo ptd United 8tatea Realty.. United Statea Rubber United stalea SteeU.. U. a Steel pfd 100 1C0 SO 20 it 10,100 16114 IWi 1S -Art cftt' el, ovu o.Tl o7H 100 7314 781i 87 64U 108 S is i; 73'A 6714 1414 108 6314 lM n4 43H 71 7H 714 1,400 68 80,700 64t4 1,000 108H 800 51 Ulan topper Pa. -Carolina Chemical Wabaah Wabaah pfd Weatern Maryland Weitarn Union Weatlnghoun Dlectrie ... Wheeling & L. K Total sales tor tho day, 400 600 200 4414 711 72T4 44 7m 72i 1,838,000 aharea. Jinrr York Money Market, NEW YORK, Feb. lO.-MONEY-On call, firmer, 3(H per cent; ruling rate, 3 per cent: closing bid, 3 per cent; of fered at 4 per cent Time loans, stronger; sixty days, 4S4W per cent; ninety days, 4M4Vi per cent; six months, 4Vttf4V4 por cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4HO per cent. . STERLING BXCHANQEJ Weak, with actual business In bankers' bills at $4.8323 for CO-day bills, and at $4.87C0 for demand. Commercial bills, $4.82H. SILVER Bar, 01?c. Mexican dollars, 48Vtc. bonus uovernment, easy; raiiroaa bonds, easy, Closing quotations on bonds today wers ns follows: U. S. ref, ta, ref. ipt K. O. So. ref. (a.. M14 do coupon Ml L. 8. dep. 4 1MI.. 9114 U. B. !. re & N. uol. 4i.... it do coupon "J?Mi.K- T. lrt 4a.. 1 u. s. 4a. res !!!i4do eti do coupon -' rvuio 11 ,0 Panama Ja coupon.-.l.Olli do cony. 5a 87 A C. lit Si ctri.. M !$ It It of M 4 Via 17 Amir Ag. S.........01iN V. C. r. 214a. ; 80 AT&T. CT. 41..10I do leb, 4a 84 Am. Tobacco 12ll4M V. N. II. & m Armour 4 Co. 4Hi Jl ev. JKi H Atchlion gen. 4a.... J N. & W. lit c. 4i.. W4 do cr. 4i 10 101 do cr. 4i 107C do cr. S .103t4nr. racifio 4s Bal. & Ohio 41, . .. 714!". S, U rfd. U. . Dili nrook. Tr. cv. 4a... W M ton, 4i inj Ceo. of Cla. . 107 Jwaoinr Ben. It,... 9714 Chei. & Ohio 4Va.l0014'or Sn. Si o! do ronv, 4iia. i5'- iv. e. la,. w)ii U s. Chicago & A. IHa. fl g. 1 adj. C. U, ft Q. I. '8 rc- "I. . 714 C M 9 P 4Ht..l04M ao lit ref. , do sen. ia.. vw C. It. I. P. M : JMiiway ta. 4o Ttf. 4l MH. 00 OT. 4 C 4 a r ft 414t. MljBo. Paclflo U.. mi, n. ft H. ct. 4i....1 S cy. u do ret ae.. 44 TMatlltara' l g- Wer ,... ios; Brio p. 1. 41 "Hi;r8- Staal 6...JCi3 da ran, 4a l-nm, (a I7I do ct. 4a. aer. B. 75HWab. tat & . 4,. J III. Can. 4t ret 4a. M ,5"" Md. U..... itH Intar. Mat. 414a S0uUft. Kiac. eT. Ba..4 latar. It- M. 414a.. I614wla, Central 4a 11 Japan 14a 1114 Did. Otiarad. New York Mlnlnir Stock. NEW YORK, Feb. Il-Closlne quota tions on mining siockb were; Com. Tunnal stock, 8 Vatican 80 ,, ISO , 80 15 100 15 do bonds ... , Cod. Cal. & Va.. Iron Hllior LaadTllla Con, , Little Chit! , Otfired. . It 26 .160 Ontario , Ophlr Small Hopaa I Bianoara S Tallow Jacket Condition of Treaaurjr. WASHINGTON, Feb. lO.-JThe condition of the United States treasury at the be ginning of business today was: Work ing balance, $79,926,691; In banks and Phil. Ipplne treasury, $34,231,938; total of gen eral funds, $167,147,776. Receipts Saturday, $3,361,972; disbursements, $3,668,610. The surplus this fiscal yenr is $6,957,592, as against u deficit of $22,273,051 last year, Tho figures for receipts, disbursements, etc., exclude Panama canal anl publl. debt transactions. London M tonic Market. LONDON. Keb. 10. American securities opened steady and a fraction higher to day. Iater realising depressed most of tho list and at noon prices ranged from 14 above to below Saturday's New York closing. Mexican shares were weak on reports of tho revolution. Oaa. motif r . 74 11-llLnnlatiHa N do account ... Aml. Copper .. Atehlaon !1. ft Ohio .. Canadian Pacific Ch. OhlD . Cliicno 0. W. M rul nrr & It O. Brit . ia lit rM t'M . K A T 7VN. Y. (rlrl. in in 104 1H M 4 I.S 1M Norfolk A W IMHOnUrlo AW. . tHMnnrlmnl .. 7MttiJlnn 17 HMIwiy 11SS. 1I(Ip Jt t'nlon I'.tltlt . .. IISl fl. StMl mtWatath :m liwm Ortnd TrunV Illinois CVntnl ... lJIHlUmt Minn. .NILVIBH Hnr, weak, at 32 i-IWI Her ox. MONKY 1443 44 per Cent. Discount rates for short hills, 4 ln-lfclf per cent; for three months' bills, 4 lS-K.-u' 4ft' per Cent. llotn MlnlnK Stocks. HOHTON, Keb. 10. Closing quotation rrn mining stocks were: Allourt HMoJik Aret Copper .. 71Nf(l Con. .. A S !.. MttNlplMlnt: Mlne Artiona Com. . . J'iNurth Hull . n. & C C 3. M. VvNirth Ik ... 17 S !4, t 9 M 11 i IIS, 91 l ovt 10 MM t S7 Cl. ft. HtU Old Itomlnlm Centrnnltl Cw lUnc C. C. Kurt llutt C. M USOweoln tjulner IJVishsnnori THRitrlor i Kuperlor It. M & Tnmtrmrk rrsnklln Qlroux Con. ". Ortnbr tVn rMm r'tttinPA IMV 8. R It. M Iulo Ro)-le Oipper 3 ilo pM Kerr ImV JUUUh Ocn Ike Copper . . 1 t'tah Copper ti Id slle Copper . 4VWInon Mitral Corrr SHiWolrerlne ... . Unnk rirnrlntra, OMAHA. Fob. 10. Bnnk clearings for today aro $2,637,175.66, and Were $3,250,723.37 for tho corresponding day last year. OB1AHA (SICNIOIt.M. .MA11KKT. BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb, carton. S5c; No. 1, 60-lb tubs. 34Hc; No. 2, 33c. CHEESE- Imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri can Swiss, S6a; block Swiss. 24c; twins, 19Vc: daisies, 20c; triplets, 20c; young Americas, 21c; bluo label brick, 20c; lim bergor. 2-lb., 21c; l-lb 22c; Now York white. 20c. rOULTRY-nrollers, $r..00fll00 per do.; hens, 16c; cocks. He; ducks, 20c; geese. ISc; turkeys, 2fc; pigeons, por dox $1.20. Alive, broilers, 16HW18C; hens, lie; old roosters. 6Vo; ducks, full feathsred, 14o; geeie, full feathered, 12a; turkeys. 16c; pigeons, por doz., COc; homers. $2.60; squabs, No. 1, KiMii (l'Tesnji I'icKerei. rc. irunr, whlto. 12c, froen; trout, 14c, fiozou; large crnpples, 12c, froion; Spanish mackerel. 16c; eel, 15a; haddock, 12c; flounders, 11c; shod roo, per pair, 40c; I salmon, 18c; halibut, Ibc; frosen Wo: buf falo, tic; Diiunoads. uc. uysiars, oay standards, $1.00; northern, $1.90; selects, $1.65; counts, $1.90. FRUITS-Oranges: California navels, fully colored. 30 size, $2.00; 96 size, $2.25; 126 size. $2.60: 150. 176, 200 and 216 size, $3.00. Grape fruit: Extra fancy Florida, 46, 54, 64 and 80. per box, $3.50. Cranber ries: Wisconsin long keoplng, oxtra fancy Howes', Jumbo, per bbl., $9.60; extra fancy Jersey, per bbl., $U.O0; extra fancy, Bells and Cherry, per box. $3 00. Lomona: Air Ship brand, 300 or 300 slzo, $6.70. Cocoanuts in sacks, por suck, o.io; per uozen, sue. Honey. new Colorado, twenty-four frames, per case, $3.76. Dates: Kurd, 16 lb, box, per lb., 12c; New Hall, bulk, per lb., 7a: new Anchor pkg. (30 cartons), per box, $2.25; new Dromedary (SO cartons), per box, $2.75. Figs: now 12 12 12, per box, 86c: now 6-crown (Turkey), 15c; new 0- crown (Turkey), ibe; new 7-crown (Tur key), 11c. Apples: extra rancy Washing ton Jonathans. 113. 126, 13S. 100, )6G, box. $1.5; extra fancy Washington Grimes Goldens, lis, ia, us, ioo, uox, i.,t; oxtra fancy Washington Roman Beoutles, 72, 80, 83, 96, 103. 125.. box, $1.76; extra fancy Washington Black Ben Davis, 72, 80, SS. 96, 104, 125 count box, $1.75: extra fancy Washington Red Wine Saps, 104. 112, 125, 138, box, $2.00: extra fancy Pink Cheek Waxen and White Winter Pearmalns, 90, 104, 113. 120, 138, 150, 163 count, box. $2.00; extra fancy Colorado, unwrapped. Whit Winter I'earmains, iw, iik, ibu, aii count, box, $1.65; extra fancy New York Bald wins, per bbl., $2.90; extra fancy New York R. I. Greenings, per bbl., $3.25; ex. tra fancy New York State Russets, pet bbl., $&ou; extra iancy Missouri jonai thans und Grimes Uoldens per bbl., $4.00. C-bbl lots or more, asserted, 15c per bbl off; extra rancy Missouri lien Davis, pel bbl., $2.60: extra fancy Missouri win, Pippins, por bbl., $2.75; extra fancy Mis souri Willow Twigs, Black Twigs, York Imperials and other fine varieties, per bbl., $345. Nt. Louis General Market. BT. LOUIS. Mo.. Feb. 10. WHEAT Cash: No. 2 rod, $1.061.1214; No. 2 hard, 90094c. CORN No. 2, 49Vtaw; IMO, wnito, D14)03c. OATS No. 2, 350; NO. 2 wnito, BbrUTOC. RYE-Unchanged; 6314c. Closing prices of futures: WHEAT May, 93iS3T4c: July, SSfcc. CORN May, 63Hc; July, 03T454c. OATS-May, 35Hc; July, 36c. flour Weak: rod winter patents. $5,007(5.25; extra fancy and straight, $1.00 4.S5; hard winter clears, $3.506fl.0. Hisisu Timotny, iu. CORNMKAL-$2.90. BRAN-98cQ$t.O0. IAY Timothy. $12.60817.00; pralrlc, $11.004114.00. UAUUiiNU mgncr, ni ioo. TWIN13 Hemp, 8c. - PROVISIONS Pork, lobblngi $17. i.5. Lard, prime steam, $10.1714010,2714. Dry salt meats, boxed extra shorts, $11.00; clear ribs, $11.00; short clears, $11.12'4. Bacon, boxed extra, shorts, $12.00; clear ribs, $12.00; abort clears, $12.1214. POULTRY Firm; oniokons, 13c; springs. He; turkeys, 18c; ducks, 16c; geese, 11c. BUTTER Steady; creamery, 2&G860. EGGS Lower; 21c. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls 15,000 le.O'W 'Wheat, bu 164,000 n7,000 Corn, bu 202,000 41.000 Oats, bu 116,000 37,000 Kansas City Grain and Provisions, KANSAS CITY. Feb. 10.-WHEAT- Cash. No. 2 hard, 8&&01c; No. 3, Wl No. 2 red, tl.0091.05H; No. 3, B6ctJ$l.tt. corn no. s mixed. iiwV4o: no. 3. 47H4Sc; No. 2 white, Bio: No. 8, COifJtOHc. OATStNo. 2 white, 3uHCr36c; No. 2 mixed. 34144 35c. Closing prices or futures: .WHEAT May. 88Hc: July, 86Hc corn May, 6sgt3Hc; OATS May, 36Hc RYE-23c. HAY Choice timothy, tlS.OOlfiilS.M; choice pralile, $10.00ti10.50. BUTTER-Creamery, 33o; firsts, 31c; seconds, 29c; packing, 20H21c. EGGS Extras, 24c; firsts, 22Ho ; sec onds, lie. POULTRY Hens, 13c; roosters, 8c; Receipts. Shipments. .... 11.000 56,000 .... 108,000 2Z.UK) .... 38.000 15,000 ducks, 13c. Wheat, bu Corn, bu Oats, bu Minneapolis Urnln Market. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 10. WHEAT May, 88alSSaV4c; July, 901iO0Hc; Septum ber, 89c; cash. No. 1 hard, 88ic; No. 1 northern. 87fi7?o; No. 2 rMUthern, &H 851i c; Ko. jiar( Montana, MHc; No. 3, $3f83T4,c. CORN No. 3 yellow, 45HG46c. OATS No. 3 white, 311432c. RYE No. 2. 5fCSc. BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $19.50. FLOUR First patents. $4,3074.65; sec ond patents, IUMK&0; first clears, $3.10 3.40; second clears, $2.3002.60, FLAX-$1.3714. BARLEY l46Sc. Liverpool drain Market. LIVERPOOL Fob. 10. WHEAT-Spot steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s9d; No. 1. 7s 6d; No. 3, 7s 3Hd. Futures steady; May, 7s 3Ud; July. 7s 3d. CORN Spot easy; American mixed new, 4s lid; American mixed old, 6s; old via Galveston, 5s 7d; futures firm; March, LaPlata, 5s 5'4d; March. American mixed, 4s lOttd. FLOUTt Winter patents, 29s 6d. HOPS In London, Pacific coast, 4 IIb 5 12s. Milwaukee fJrnln Market. MLWAUKEB, Feb. 10. WH HAT No. 1 northern. 81&92c; No. 3 northern, VHP 91c; No. 2 hard Winter, 90091o; May, 91c; July. 90TIC. CORN No. 3 yellow. 49Vr49?4c: No. 3 white, 51c; No. 3, 49JJ'4914oj May, o 54c. July, 54U64ic. OATS 35V47T86C RYE 35e. " BARLHY-6SJP72C OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET Cattle Receipts Liberal and Prices Steady with Last Week. H0QS AKE STEADY TO STRONG Itecvluta of lloth Shrri and t.auibs l.nrue, with Prices on All le- Irnlile Kinds Nlnd nml Trade Aetle. SOI TII OMAHA. Keb 10. IHU. Itecellits were: Cattle Hog'. heep. . MVW 7.000 Is.t'O . M 6.1H S.4J7 . f.,321' 7ASS 12,111 (I.WS 7,9tS lh.137 B,M 6.01S ..0I . 4,?s4 11.303 -H.01J lfstlmnte Monday . . Same day lust week. Sanies 2 weeks ago. . Ssmo 3 weeks ago.. Same 4 weeks ago... SHtne day last year. . Tho following table shows tho receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep nt South Omaha for the year t.o dale ns compared with last year: 1913. 1912. Inc. Dec. Cattle 107,714 119.654 .... lMiO Hogs 358,362 443.1VS5 .. . Sft.-'S Sheep 267,123 217.033 W.Cwr Tho following table shows tho rahgs of prices for hogs at South Omaha for ths last few days, with comparisons: Date. 1913. l12.HHl.lD10.11909.19t1'.lW7. Feb. 1 6 22 6 03 6 91 01 6 14 4 101 6 H 6 l 4 16 A 17 6 93 4 26! 6 f6 4 231 6 91 4 10 6 M Feb. 3.. Feb. 8.. Feb. 4.. Feb. 5.. Feb. .. Feb. 7.. Fob. S.. Feb. R. Fob. 8.. 6 IS 07 4 301 6 87 6 07 , 4 all I. c7 6 15i I t 91 Feb. 10. 6 20 4 00 Sunday. Itocelpts and disposition of live stock ut tno union stock yards. South Omaha, ror twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock p 111., yesterday: 11ECU1PT8-OAIW. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's. C M. & St. P 8 fl Wabash R. R I Mo. Iac. Ily 1 Union Pacific H. It.. 4:1 C. Ai N. W., east.... 8 C. & N. W.. west., fill C, St. P., M. & O.. 3t C. It. A Q east.... 2 C, B. & Q., west.. SS C R. I. & P.. east 12 Illinois Centrul Ry. !l Chi. Great Western K Total receipts ..339 7 2S14 5 96 7 26 .V 6 05 7 26 S 28 73OH 6 06 7 3SS30 7 42 7 40 8 29 7 46H 6 09 8 32 7 3S I 6 W 7 49 7 6314 6 00 7 41 S 51 6 991 7 30 S 47 7 h5 6 901 7 SO 8 47 6 06 7 33 8 47 I 6 12 7 -VI 8 48 1 a 24 7 6 1 2 IS 7 4 8 1 .. - 1 25 19 4 1 97 66 Jl DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Morris & Co 009 1,058 !,2iO Swift & Co (M Cudahy Packing Co.... LOW Armour A Co 694 Schwarts & Co .1. W. Murnhv 1,504 1,620 1,879 17.1 460 3,013 1,64' 3,160 'Morroll 6 Cudnhy, from country, ... Lincoln Packing Co.... 67 So. Omnlia Packing Co. 0 Sinclair W. B, Vansant Co 187 Hill & Son 450 F. H. Ii wis 210 Huston Co 49 J. 11. Root & Co 35 J. 11. Bulla 100 Rosenstock Bros 102 McCroary & Kellogg... 94 iWorthelmel & Dcgen.. 237 II. F. Hamilton 76 Sullivan Bros 34 Rothsohlld & Kreb 322 Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... 130 (..line & Christie 130 Other bilyors 700 1,349 it2 Totals 6,f8t 6,(104 12.OS0 CATTLE Cattlo recoltits were aulto liberal this morning, 225 cars being re porter in, wnicn is slightly larger man 0110 and two weeks ago, but smaller than three weoks ago. Tho market on boef steers opened a little bit slow, but still It was apparont that buyers wanted the cuttle and whon they got down to business the offerings moved quite freely with prices generally steady with last wedk's close. It was noticeable In many Instances that buyers seemed to take hold of the cheaper cattle moro freely than was the case with tho higher priced kinds, still thero was a fair demand for even the better cattle, somo selling as high as $8.00, . Cows and heifers moved In ubotlt the samo n6tches as last wroK,. the market bolng quoted steady. While the trade was not. overly active cattle kept moving towards the scales, and In tho end pratty much everything was disposed of, and In fair season. Buyers of stock ca(tlo and feodera were very anxious for supplies this morning and the market ooaned early and active. everything desirable selling very freely at prlcos thut were strong as compared with last week. Quotations on Cattlo Good to choice beef steers. $7.60&H; fair to good boef steers. $7.2567.60; common to fair beef steers, $6.COaT.25; good to ohotco heifers, $6.254J7.00; good to choice cows, $.00itifl.oo; fair to good cows, t5.60fl0.oo; common to fair cows. $3.75ttG.60; good to choice stock era and feeders, $0,7507.76; fair to good stockers and feeders, $6.60gfl.75; common to fair stockers and feeders,' W.OOtJfl.W, stock cows and heifers, $6.0037.00; veal calves, $5.0039.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.0O4f 6.25 Representative sales: BEEF BTBISRS. 2 1111 a ( u UTi 7 10 t IMS 7 00 4 1111 7 & i 1071 7 25 48 1461 7 S 17 1141 7 8S 11 llt 7 70 10 1111 7 IS 10 UU 7 70 21 111! 7 tO 17 1110 7 10 20 11S1 7 40 13 111! 7 70 41 im 7 4S 20 1145 7 75 20 111! 7 50 II 1. ...1111 7 10 II , 1SI4 7 SO II 1407 7 SS 21 1088 7 SS II U84 8 00 COWS. 1 I2C 4 IS I...., lttl 1 a 11 171 4 K 11 Ut I 10 2 1010 5 25 i IOCS t 85 1 1080 5 40 4 UK I 00 8 1070 5 (0 2 HIS I 00 7 1100 C 88 18 1000 I 00 1 1110 t 4- 17 1015 20 HEIFERS. C4 Ml 8 10 Ill 20 14 718 S 10 70 170 I 80 s in s ss . s en 1 7s 20 714 I 20 BULLS. 1 110 S 15 1 1140 i 75 1 1410 S 40 . 1 1250 S 75 1 10OO 5 80 1 1100 00 1 147 6 70 1 1040 I 00 1 1560 6 75 CALVES. 1 170 7 00 2 270 7 60 14 414 7 OS 3 HI W STOCKERS AND FEEDERS. 706 00 10 Ill 7 10 Ill ( 76 11 699 7 20 721 110 tl 747 7 26 744 C 84 11 HI 7 IS IM IK) 41 714 7 16 741 6 30 1 125 7 26 Ill 7 00 lit 7 411 7 00 1 818 7 25 10J 7M 21 HO ' & 46 7 00 1 880 7 40 1.. 8.. 18.. 11.. es.. 4.. 41.. 2.. 17.. 10.. 17.. 888 7 10 linnn Iii stiltn of the fact that advices from other points wero rather bearish to day's hog market waH fully steady. Spec ulators bought a few loads early ot values that wero weak to 5o lower, but salesmen remembered last week's Btrong closo and wero Inclined to hold out for better money. Some hogs sold early at figures that were barely steady, but there wss a good demand for averythlng except tho big heavies and the majority ot the suleg wero fully steady. The market on paper, however, looks higher than It really was, as tho quality of tho offerings was con siderably better than at the close of last week, and an was mentioned Satur day there Is a smaller percentage of hoavy weight stuff on sale. After real trude was begun the markot was active and a clearance was made In good season. The closo wan strong and firlces were better than at any other time. Bulk of the supply sold at $7.65)7.75 and us high as $7.50 was paid. There was moro range ot weight at tho top this moridng, there being some good butcher welghtN as well as the lighter grades, at the high figure. A moderate run showed up this morn ing, about 101 cars or 7,000 head being re ported In. This U about 2.000 head more than wero here last Monday, but is lighter than two weeks ago ane one year af?epresentatlvd sales; 11 447 12 no II 214 81 til ... 7 so to m ... 7 70 110 7 so 11 tsi 10 7 70 ... 7 SO St 260 10 7 70 ... 7 80 81 216 ... 7 70 10 7 IIH II 101 20 7 70 ... T IS 16 211 ... 7 70 ... 7 85 83 110 40 7 70 ... 7 66 SI 204 40 7 70 80 7 85 74 IM ... T 70 ... 7 6( 71 116 ... 7 70 ,., 7 16 II 177 .. 7 10 ... T 86 61 112 1W 7 70 ... 7 86 14 ,.115 ... 7 70 . , 7 ti 71 284 40 7 70 ... 7 6 78 201 40 7 7 120 7 16 U . . Ill 7 10 ... 7 H II 220 .,, 7 70 77.. .....Ill 71.,... .247 57 248 70 211 14 Ill 12 214 II 210 14 250 si in 67 Ill 41 115 88. 171 II $11 8., 1 M 7 M 7 W ? inn ?8 7 u 7 1744 7 H '7 Stt IM .11 Mi NI IN M .110 .140 . m Si ..in 2t IK at im 111 7 It I7U 80 7 140 7 I1H t.. 7 70 40 7 TD 40 7 70 . 7 70 II IK . 7 70 m at . j to 74 . 188 . 7 70 II .. Ill 40 7 70 PIGS AN DSTAOH 80 7 M l. . 114 10 7 II 101. .. .184 110 J JO 76 7 40 SIIICKP As coittisMed with Monday and tho same day one year urtu a veiy Utierai supply wns piaceil on tne martin, tho recolp I h amounting to about 15.0jti head. This Is slightly more than two weeks nso. but a ittlo less until uut.t weeks ago. As to quality the supply vko considered verv uood. as tho proportion of wall-flnlshed lots of handy weight was fairly large. As usual or late initios diiu ewes were by far most numerous, Iheru being few It any wethers or yearlings among tho rtvelpts Cons Uliir nv the s zo or t he receipts ,uut tho early advices from outside iwlnts in dicating no Improvement In the geiicil truite from the Close or insi wock i.n local market stnrtcd off In very satis factory shupe rrom the sellers' stand point. There was 11 good outlet for the majority of the offerings, especially loi anything prime und of tin tidy weight, a thu buyers evidently needed some stuff this morning. As might be expected the heat holdings were picked up during the eurly tiude and were active sollers, whllt the les desirable grades changed hands less readily and a later hour In a sev eral way tho markot could he best de scribed as steady with last woek's close, with 11 very fair clearance taking place In good season. Among tho early sales wero somo Mex ican lambs that commanded $S.S0 nnd n bunch of fed western which sold at $S.f. .Several loads of good fat ewes went u the scales at $&.ifi nnd a band of .Muxkuii yearllngH brought $7.50. tho samo PiIlo the same class of stuff brought on Fri day's market. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs, good to choice. tS.50njS.90i lambs, fair ta good, $.1.3508.50; yearlings, good to choloo I7.UMJ7.70; yearlings, fair to good. $7.00 7.35; wethers, good to choice, td.OOtfti.SO; wethers, fair to good, $6.864i.00i ewes, good to choice, $5,504)6.85; owes, fair to good, $G.264irON); cull sheep nnd bucks, $2.764H0O. Representative soles: 281 Mexican lambs 153 shorn lambs 40S foil owes 243 fed lambs 231 fed lambs 214 fed lambs 465 fed ewes 25 fed ewes 59 fed lambs 228 fed lambs 101 fod lambs 663 fed lambs 310 shorn lambs ... 73 1.. 99 ...110 ... 87 ... 83 ... NO ...110 ...128 ... 85 ... 88 ... 82 ... 84 8 M 7 bO n 75 8 70 8 70 8 50 6 75 5 75 8 50 8 26 8 00 8 CO 7 60 8 5 5 76 3 75 5 or, 5 65 5 25 7 75 5 DO 7 26 7 50 6 40 8 20 8 55 5 50 5 00 70 223 fed lambs 71 221 fed ewes 109 10 fed owe,, culls 87 237 fed ewes 107 168 fed ewes 107 190 fed owes 10S 279 Nebraska lambs, feeders.. 58 267 fed ewes nnd Wethors.... 5 fod yearlugs 334 Mexlcun yearlings .,. 73'Maxlcan wethers 447 fed lambs 471 fed lambs 59 fed owes 195 fed 'owes .116 . 82 . 87 . 92 . 74 . 80 .103 . 93 CHICAGO LIV1Q btocic marickt Demand for Cuttle nnd Hhern Firm Units Htronir. CHICAGO. Fob. 10,-CATTLE-Recolpts, 20.C00 head; flrlri; beeves. $6.00410.00; Texas steers, $5.0O7ii.R5; estorn steers. $5.75fl,J.4l5: stockers and feoders, $4.T5)7.fiO; cows and heifers. $3.10(T7.rio; cnivns, i.7Wiu.2. ROUS Receipts. 54,(100 ncan strong; light. $7.85l.20: mixed. $7.KXI8.10: heavy. $7.70116.15; rough. $7.70-87.85; pigs, t6.65lS8.00; bulk ot sales, $.um.io. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 28,000 head; firm; native, M-Dfra&SSi western, JS.O.lB'fl.X: yearlings, $8.66flfl.00; lambs, native, $7.00U00; estern, $7.00fi0.00. Knnsns City Live Stock Mnrket. 'KANSAS CITY, Feb. lO.-CATTLE-Re. celpts, 9,000 head, Including 500 head southerns; strong to 10c higher; dressed beef and export steers, $7.75Ji.C0: fair to good, $7.1087.70; estern steers, $6.7503.25; stockers and feeders, $6.XH7.60; southern Htoors. $6.25(37.66: southern cows, $4.COfi 0.25; native cows and holfors, $4.00Q7.00; bulls, $u.25tj0.; calves, Ri.w31u.tw. HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; steady to 5o higher: bulk of sales, $7.007.80; heavy, $7.6007.80: packers and butchers. $7.70fli 7.85; light, $7.7&37.Ni; pigs, $,76Q7.25. head; sheep steady: lambs, 10a lower; Colorado lambs, $SO0rS.55; yearlings. $6.60 07.50; wethers. $5.2500.00; ewes, $4.76ii,5.60. Bt. Louis Live, Stock Mnrket. ST. LOUIS. Feb. lO.-CATTLE-Rfl. celpts, 3,900 head. Including 1,800 head Texans; steady; choice to fine steers, $3.50 Q9.00; god to choice steors, $7.008.50; stockers and feeders, $5.2507.25: cows and heifers, $S.5Og.00; hulls, $4 5007.00; calves, $4.2507.00; Texas and Oklahoma steers, $5.2507.90; cows and heifers, $3.75O6.50. HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head; higher: Digs and lights. $6.5008.16: mixed and butchers, $8.0008.20; good heavy, $S.0GJ R.20. . SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,400 noun; nigiier; muttons, i.'aju.tii; year lings, $7,0007.85; Iambs, $7.00JjO.OO. Maux City Live Block Mnrket. SIOUX CITY, Fob. 13. CATTLE Re celnts. 2.500 head; markot steady to strong; native steers, $7.0008.60; cows and heirers, o.wui.w; canners. laGSt-M),' stodkers and feeders, $6.5007.50; calves. JO.WKU'f.W; DUIIS, (S.WiH.W. HOGS-Recolpts. 3,300 head; mnrkot steady; Heavy, irj.Kxrjrf.u): mixea. i7.twjr7.70; llgnts, K.Kxo'f.iv; pigs, o.ovi.w; uuik o .ni.. rt mrfi7.70. SIlbEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.200 head; inarKei wean: women., w.umb.bo; ewos, i4.U(u.uwi minus, ai.wuo.tv. 81. Joseph Lire Stock Market. ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Fob. 10.-CATTLE Reoelpts, 1,500 head; market steady to strong; steers, $64$O.00; cows and heif ers. $3.7W'.M: calves, lo.buouo.w. HOGS Receipts. 6,200 head; market slow: top. $7.90: bulk of sales, $7.8007.90. SHEEP AND IAMBS-Rocelpts. 5,000 head; market steady; iambs, $7.0007.75. Stork In Hlirht. Itocelpts of live stock at th eslx prin cipal western markets yesterday: Cattle. Hogs. Sheop. South Omaha St. Joseph ... Kansas City . Sioux City ... Ht. Louis Chicago 6,600 7.000 15,000 1.500 6.200 5.000 9,000 6.000 15,000 2,500 3,800 1,200 3,900 11,000 I.4C0 20,000 54,000 28.000 Totals . . . .42,50 88,600 65,000 Metnl Mnrket. NEW YORK. Feb. 10. METALS-Cop- per, steady; spot and February $14.50, bid; March, April and May, $14.50015.00: electrolytic, $16.75016.25; lake, tt6.00ifrl6.25; castings, 115.50. Tin, quiet; spot and Feb ruary. t49.25O40.75: March. tt9.10O49.37: April. $48.76049.10. Lead, steady, $4.2ot 4. spelter, weag, intwiffl. iron, quut; easy: Cookson's $9.2509.50. Iron, lulet; No. 1 northern, $18.50018.75; No. 4iorth. rn, $18.00018.50; No. 1 southirr $18,250) 18.7ft; no. 1 soutnern sort, $1 .ono 18.50. Copper arrivals, 1,6(5 tons. Exports this monin, iu.umi tons, onaon cupper, easy; spot. 67 12s Cd; futures, 66 12s. ondon tin, firm; spot, 224 10s; futures, 222 10s ondon .lead, 16 15s. ondon spelter. 25 10s. iron, Cleveland warrants, C5s 9d In onaon. ST. LOUIS. Feb. 10. METALS Lead, steady, at $4.2214. Spelter, weak, at $6,25. Avnllntile Supply of Grnln. NEW YORK, Feb. lO.-Tho visible sup ply of groin In the United States Febru ary 8, as oomplfed by the New York Pro duce exchange was as follows: Wheat, 64,991,000 bushels, Increased 77,000; wheat In bond, 3,206,000, Increased 116,000; corn 12,333,000 bushels. Increased 2,619,000; oats 10,863,000 bushels, increased 1,222,000; oats 10,868,000 bushels. Increased 1,222,000; oats, In bond 170,000. Increased 4.000; Rye L438,. 000 bushels, decreased Sl.OuO; barley, 2,786. 000 bushels. Increased 75,000; barley, In bond 62,000. Increased 27,000. tan ?u tit m 113 tie .14.'. 11; .-jo ; .0 4 roi 7 :o ".t l 1 1 4 IM 7H 7. . 218 t S..::.:, ::: ! 41 I ... 7 J .::...: ::: t ti ttv ... jS w!. ..".life 7 n M Hit ... 7 ft 1 ... 7 7$ at . 7 t JJ-: I '. IX M Ml W III 7 Ill ... 7 7t II 304 . . 7 IS 14. . .Ill 7 71 M. .. .114 H IM s .307 . 7 W . ...Ml ... IM DISSOLUTION IS EXPLAINED Wickcrsham Gives Details in Ap proving Breaking of Merger. SEES ROADS IN COMPETITION I'ultin Put'irU' HnlilltiK nf Honthern Pacific1. Stock Must tin Sold In l.nrner Proportion to Latter ItnatPn .shareholders. WASHINGTON, Feb. O.-Atomcy Gen ernl Wickcrsham announced tontght that he had reached nn agreement with tho representatives of tho Union Pacific and Southern Pacific railroads for the dis solution of the Harrtman merger as decreed by tho supremo court ' The Union Pacific agrees to sell It 1.3rt6,M shares ot Southern Pacific stock to Its own stockholders and those of the Southern Paclflo In what the govern ment regards ns safe proportion. Th Union Pacific will acquire tho Central Pacific from tho Southern' Pacific, giving It an extension frorri Ogden to the Pa cific coast. Tho plan nnnounccd tqnlght Is essen tially tho samo ns that mado public 1 few days ago by tho two roads when they renrhed nn agreement satisfactory tn thcniBclvcs dissolving the mergor. Thi attorney general In n public statement to night goes Into greater detail, howover, and declares that competition will sup plant monopoly under tho agreed schcm.i nf separation. Hti gives It Ills unqualified approval. Tho various contracts necessary for thfl carrying out of the agreement aiithoriied by tho boards of directors of the railroad companies, have been complatcd and tho effectiveness of the plan Is conditional upon Its approval by tho United States district court ,to which It will b presented nt nn early date. AVIckeralinin M'splnlns Plnn. Tho dissolution agreement, as stated by tho attorney general. Is this: "Tho plan In brief, provides for tha disposition of l,2iiG,0O() shares of stock of tho Southern Pacific company, which the supremp court requires tho Union Pacific to dispose of, by offering the soma for subscription to nnd among the stock holders of tho Union Paclflo and tha Southern Pacific companies, the holder ot every four shnres of stock of the Union Pacific company to have the right to subscribe for one of such Southern Pacific share, and tho holder of every threo shares of Southern Pacific stock to have tho right to subscribe for ona share of such shares. The larger propor tion given to tho Southern Pacific stock holders was Insisted upon by the attorney general for tho purpose of Insuring a wider distribution nmong tho Soutborn Pacific shareholders nnd to guard against tho securing of any undue control of the Southern Pacific company by tha stockholders of tho Union Pacific. Tho result of the distribution If all the share holders should avail ot their subscription rights, will be that the present stock holders of tha Southern Paclflo company will own 71 per cont of Its capital stock. whllo tho stockholders ot the Union Paclflo will hold 29 per cont. The stock Is so offered for subscription at a prlco practically equal to par, payable In four Installments, extending over a period of nine months." Kaiser Tells Nation to Remember Faith BERLIN, Feb. 10. Declaring that the Prussians wore "oppressed and dis membered folk," In 1800 as a consequence of God's judgment, because they had lost faith In Him. tho German emperor at u memorial servloo at Berlin university, de llvered today a characteristic speech, warning tho present generation ot Ger mans not to forget tho faith of their fathers. Tho emperor emphasized his words by pounding on the desk. Ho assertod that the Germans of today aro inclined to believe only In tangible things nnd to place difficulties In religion's way. Thoy should study his tory, ho said, and see how tho Prussians regalnod their old faith and fought th.i war of liberation, whose glorjous result was not man's work, but God's work, "Looking neither to tho right nor tn the loft." said the omnoror, ''wo will go our direct way, eyes uplifted and heurti uplifted with trust In God. Then we can all repent tho great chancellor's words: " 'Wo Germans fear God nnd nothing else In tho world.'" A storm of applause followed the em peror's speech which was Impromptu and entirely unexpected. Apple Market CHICAGO, Fob. 10. APPLES Market quoted as steady. The week opened wllu a moderuto demand. Luto last wetit trado wus very good. By a little special work consumers were shown that apples wero good und jirlces reasonable, and quite a little gain in sales was noted. The weather has moderated so that peddlers can get out. Western box apples Price:; quoted are for sales In a small way. large lotn could not bo moved at thcae figures. Delicious, outside for a tew ox tra fine, largo, $1.5004.00; Jonathan, $1 00 0i,6T; Grimes Golden, outside fancy, $1.00 01.50; Wincsaps, $1.250i.75; Spltrenbcig. $1.5001.75; Northwest Greenings. tl.00tj 1.25; Romo Beauties, $1.251.50: some fancy large. $1.7502.00; Stamnn Wtnesaps, $1.2501.50; Arlsto Black, $1.2601.50; Boll flower. $1.25O'1.60; Wageners, 75c41.U0; American Reus, 7CcOtl,50. Coffee Mnrket. NEW YORK, Fob. 10.-COFFEE Fu tures markot opened steady at a decline og 8 to 15 points under liquidation. A little support from trade sources absorbed tha offerings, but only slight rallies oc curred, with tho close steady at a net de- cllne of 6 to 14 points. Sales, 72,750 bags. February, 12.83c; March, 13.10c; April, 13.17c; Many and June, 13.25c; July, 13.28c, August, 13.33c: September, 13.39c; October, 13.27c; November, 13.18a; December, 13.15c, Januury, 13.16c. Spot coffee, quiet', Rio 7s, 131ic: Santos 4s, 15!ic. Mild, dulj; Cor dova, lSHOISo nominal, Kvnpnrnleil Apples nnd Urle.l Frulta NEW YORIC Feb. 10.-BVAPORATED APPLES.-Qulet; fancy 7l40V4c, fancy chelco, CK0614c; prime, 60CHe. DRIED FRUITS Prunes, easy; Cull fornlus up to 30-40's, 40lHic; oranges, 6Vi OOV&c; Apricots, dull; choice 101i012o; Peaches, quiet, chotce, 6HOtic: extra choice, 607c: fancy, 7H08c; Raisins, dull; loose Muscatells, 4140014c; choice to fancy seeded, 50614c; seedless, Bl4?ic, London layers, tl-4091.45. ' Dry Goods Mnrket. NEW YORK. Feb. 10,-DRY GOODS Jobbers reported a fair business In cot ton goods. Primary markets rule steady, with trade of moderate proportions. Raw silk Is firm. Yarns aro steaay. Wool Market. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 10.-WOOL Steady; medium grades combing and clothing, 2314020c; light fine, 190tilc; heavy fine, 13018c; tub washed, 270"36c. S ultra r Market. NEW YORK. Feb. 10.-flUOAR-Raw. steady: muscovado, 89 test, 2.89c; centrlt ugsl, 96 test. 3.48c; molasses, K3 test, 2.73c; refined steady. ICI gin Butter Mnrket. ELGIN, Feb. I0.-BUTTER-341i7iHiO.