THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 191,'
R A L KSTATK IX) A NS
WANTED-:itr leais- unawar7anti7
VV. Karnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam 8t
HAniUSON & MORTON. 916 dm. NaC
LOANS on farm., and Improved city
property, 5. 5'.4 and C per cent; no delay.
J. H. Dumont & Co., 1C03 Farnam Bt.
WANTED-City loans. Peters Trust Col
1100 to JW.ooo made promptly. P. IX
Wead, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Karnam.
GARVIN BROS i 500 nd UP
ml1 ' iJUVJO' Omaha Nat l Bank.
MONEY to loan on business or rest
dencc propetttes, J1.000 to J500.000.
W. H. THOMAS. 228 State Bank Rldg.
CITY LOANS. Remls-Carlberg Co.,
3iM2 Brandels Theater Dldr.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEQFE REAL. ESTATE CO..
MM Omaha National. Douglas 1711.
JkAB-O E loans our specialty. Btull Bros
MONKV nn tiat.,4 a, lr..-ot ralftl fnr
loans on Neb. fatms and Omaha city
property In any amount. II. W. HINDER,
$06-810 City National Hank Rldg.
BALE OK EXCHANGE K. K.
Everybody's Doing It
Doing what? Trading with the Palmer
Land Co.. HQS W. O. W. Bldg.
WANT Improved farm; I will exchange
good Income town property and pay dif
ference, no agents. Address 2011 Binney
street. Omaha, Nebraska.
TO EXCHANGE FOH MERCHANDISE
On HARDWARE. IOWA OR NE
KM acres In couth Central Kansas; all
smooth black land; miles from rail
road town. Address owner, II. C. Whalen,
213 Bitting Bldg., Wichita, Kan.
WANTED TO ltUY
Dolgotf 2d hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. Ib07,
Best prices, clothes, shoes Shafton, W.647?
Slightly used high grade piano. W, WIS.
JLOO k. We pay highest prices tor ladies'
wi.an(j gentlemen's 2d-hand clothes,
household goods and valises. Call Gross
man, 25U Blondo. Web. 4552.
WOULD llko to buy a seven or eight
room house to be moved on a lot. One
In the neighborhood of 24th and Clark
preferred. Telephone Red 4301.
WANTED To buy old broken watches
and old gold. M. Nathan. 109 S. 13th St.
D. 6065. Quick buyerB of furniture.
WANTED To buy a milk route. O 052,
WANTED TO KENT
WANTED By man and wife, board
and room in strictly private family. Per
manent place. References. Address F
698. care Bee.
WANT to rent 5-room modern house
March 1; two In family; references. Ad
dress K 575, Bee.
AHSTHACTS OK TITLE.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater.
8 Acres in Florence
Only six block northwest from end of
car line, one block from city water main;
electric lights In streets; near good neigh
bors; all In cultivation; Improved with
E-room house, large barn, good chicken
house, fine brioked cave with cement
floor, good well; u number of bearing
fruit trees; about 1 acres in grapes, )
acre In alfalfa. Property of this kind,
close to cur line, convenient to 11 grade
school, difficult to find. Must be sold be
fore the 16th Inst, otherwise possession
cannot bo given until next fall. Prlo
$5,600; reasonable terms. Don't fall to look
Into this proposition at once.
George & Company
02-12 City Nafl. Bank Bldg.
Phono Doug. 756.,
cuty rnopiEKTY irou sale:.
TO BUY. SELL OH RENT. FIRST SET?
JOHN W. ROHBINS. 1SO0 FARNAM ST
12-ROOM house, Kountze Place. Omnha
(7,000, clear, .also other clear Omaha
property. Wrfnt California. U33 W. 42d
St., Los Angeles. Cal.
SOUTH PART OF CITY 6-room house,
1707 S. Uth St. For sale by owner.
West Farnam Home
Only .$600 Cash
Balance monthly, for a good 7-room,
2-story modern house, located near Stith
and How rd Sts.. near whero property
la held at from J100 to $125 per front foot.
This house is finished in quarter-sawed
oak, 1st floor, decorated throughout and
modern In every respect; Is well built and
offered at a cash price on these easy
terms. Beautiful north front lot, 60x124
ft., with many fine shade trees. Imme
diate possession. Prlco $0,000. Key at our
office. Something worth Investigation.
George & Company
902-12 City Nafl. Bank Bldg.
Phono DoUg. 758.
Balance, only 1 per cent of the purchase
price, payable monthly. Lots are all 0
ft. wide by 128 and 123 ft. deep, on as
phalt paved streets, with cement side
walks, city water, sewer and gas In
street, and bo located that they will not
only make good locations for homes, but
also ft splendid Investment Price $1,000
and up. according to location. Plats and
full Information at our office.
George & Company
02-13 City Nafl. Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 766.
bemis park: district
Nearly new square house 1 containing
rec. hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen
on first floor, three bed rooms and sleep
ing porch and bath on second, oak finish
on first floor, screens and storm windows,
south front lot, paved street, good loca
tion, nice neighbors, close to school.
Price $3,800. Terms'.
310-312 Brandels Theatre Bldg.
NEAR BEMIS PARK
A strictly modern house, containing atx
rooms and bath, guaranteed furnace; on
a good south front lot; at a price that
will sell it quickly. Only ono block from
the Harney car. $3,000 If taken at once.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Ware Block. Phone Doug. 1781,
Only $160 cash, balance $30 monthly,
buys a new five room bungalow, finished
In oak, full basement, guaranteed fur
nace; south front. One block from car.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Doug. 178L Ware Block.
WILL TAKE GOOD BUILD
ING LOT AS PART
ON 4324 LAKE STREET,
Brand new, 7 rooms, every modern con
venience. On paved street, close to car
line. Price $3,600. Easy terms.
20 BRANDEIS THERTRB BLDQ.
NEW BUNGALOW $2 CASH.
Just completed; consists of 5 rooms and
bath; finished In oak; full basement ce
mented; located on car line and near illl
Ur park Price $2,600.
SilOPEN & CO., D. 424.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Supplies from Northwest Re
ported as Quite Liberal.
LONGS HAVE TIED UP MAY CORN
Mnmlnjr'ft Mnrket Clearly Showed
J'r I'Onitu Have Supplies Tied
t'p snil Short Arc Likely In
for nn Experience,
OMAHA. Feb. lL-Northwest wheat
supplies are reported as being quite
liberal. In the movement of this grain
rrom the farms of that country, a real
and pronounced additional load Is ex
pected to be placed upon tho shoulders
of those owning the May future at Chi
cago. These conditions place the pro
ducer In a position where ho will bo en
nnled to have more to say about tho prlco
pf wheat than In some time past. Tho
Interior elevator stocks of four spring
wheat states, which also Includes Mon
tana, are said by those who are In u
position to know, to bo the largest In
many years. There have been only a
few complaints from the winter wheat
belt regarding the probablo losses which
will be shown with growing weather In
the spring. This news more than any
thing else will drive the wheat out of
hands of those in tho northwest, as they
fear that favorable crop roorts In the
southwest would lower prices all around.
The conditions surrounding the wheat
market yesterday were decidedly bearish
In character and were not only against
any advance In price, hut were utso III
favor of decllues. Th, leading one was
probably tho wllllngntj on the part of
longs to fill up all those who cared to
make purchases of wheat. It was gener
ally believed that those who now hold the
May futures arc selling their lines in a
manner not to attract a great deal of
attention as well as to avoid any bad
price break. It was believed by some
that while tho May future Is being sold
the July Is being taken. Only 45.UW
bushels of cash wheat were sold In the
Chicago market yesterday, which was
anything but encouraging to those who
believe prices are llkeiy to advance.
Cash wheat was He lower.
The fact was clearly demonstrated yes
terday that tho longs in May corn nave
tied up that month tightly and that shorts
are llKeiy to .oxperlonce troume in cover
ing. There was considerable pressure on
the July future caused. It was generally
believed, by somo selling of that montn
by scattered interests who oro long the
i:asn corn HWTio lower.
Oats dlsDlaved more strength yesterday
than in a long time.
cash oats ali lower.
There will be no market In Chicago or
Omaha February 12, Lincoln's birthday.
Clearances; Wheat and flour, 416,000
bu.: corn, 206,000 bu.; oats, 20,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, unchanged to
Vid higher; corn, 4d higher to Mil lowtr.
Primary wheat receipts were 743,000 bu.
and shipments 471,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 1.618,000 bu. and shipments or
297.W0 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1,840,000 bu.
and shipments 886,000 bu., against recuipttf
or 3,i7i,uuu du. and Bhipments oi i,xu,ju
bu. tost year.
Primary oats recelnts were 652.000 bU.
and shipments- 6S5.W0 bu., agalnBt receipt
of 1,048,000 bu. and shipments of 946,000 bu.
Tho following cash sales were reported
today; Wheat; No. 2 hard winter: 1 car,
851ia; 1 car. 85c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car, 82Hc
no. 2 durum, 1 car, 83tc. No. s mixed
durum, 1 car, 86c. Corn: No. 3 white, 1
car. 46ic: 3 cars. 46Hc. No. 3 color. 1
car, 4c; No. 3 yellow, 1 car, 4694c; 2 cars.
vic. ISO. 3 mixed, l car, 4ic; 4 cars,
4414c. No. 4 mixed. 1 car. 44c: 3. cars, 43Mc;
1 car, 43c. No grade, 1 car, 40c. Oats: No.
3 white, 2 cars, 32c; 3 cars, 32c; 1 car,
32&c. No. 4 white, 1 car, 32c. No grade,
l car. sic
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 84S7c; No. 3
hard. 844iS6a: No. 4 hard. 80Wfl84Vic: No. S
spring, 84ft84tfc; No. 4 spring, 824j83o.
uuitN No. 3 white, 46V6fl46c; NO. 4
while, 4CC46c: No. 3 color, 46c; No. 3
yellow, 44H4CUc; No. 3. 44i44ic; No.
4, 42W431ic; no grade, 394j42ftc.
OATS No. 2 white, 32&4i33Uc; Btandard,
CITY PIUlaKflTY FOR SALE.
Buys a practically new 6-room house
built by a owner for a home: the finish
is quarter-sawed oak and the dining room
is paneled, the thrqe bed rooms and bath
are on second floor, has furnaco heat and
electric light; the house is located Just
south of Hanscom park and but one
bock to West Side car line.
W. H. THOMAS & SON,
228 State Bank Bldg. Douglas 1648.
FAltat & HAM 'II l.AMJ Fltll 3ALU
California land excursions 1st and 3d
Tues. W. T. Smith Co.." 815 City Nat. Bk.
KANSAS FARMS and ranches for sole:
80 to 26,000 acres; write for free list. V. E.
isiyuf.Titi, s?anna. nan.
FOR SALE ImDroved 160 a. farm nt
$35 per acre. J. H. King, Oawker City,
Mltcholl Co., Kan,
Farms for Rain Illnek nr.ll- neat- Tlo.
ant Hill, pop. 2,600; 30 miles Kansas City;
utn acres ai ; syu at au; lw at $115; 160 at
$80; 136 at $63.50; S5 at $100; 80 at $100; all
Improved. A. J, Jones, Pleasant Hill, Mo.
IMPROVED FARM-320 acres, $5 an
acre; 12 miles from town; rich black toil;
W acros broke; all fenced; house 22X24;
near school and In sight of twenty-fiver
other farm houses. Must have your fllr
Ing right J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
$10 per acre 180 acres, good level land.
all fenced und twice cross fenced. Good
granary, large horso barn, small house.
wen oo teei ueep, winamiu ana otner our
buildings, 300 apres In cultivation, ISO
acres natural grass. Will sell cash or
terms '.4 cash, balance terms to suit
purchaser. Located 9 miles north of
Mitchell, Nab. For further particulars in
quire or write, Q. W, DeArmond, Cotton,
UPPER Wisconsin took world's cham
pionship award on alfalfa at tho 1913 na
tional corn exposition.' Cheap land pro
duced It. For Information write Wiscon
sin Advancement Assn., 324 Caswell Bldg,,
live stock MAUiwrr or west
Ship live stock to South 6maha. Save
mileage 'and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants.
BYERS nROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & Co., Exchango Bldg.
The annual meeting or the stockholders
of Tho Bee Publishing company will be
held at The Dee office, Omaha; at 4
o'clock p. in. on Monday, March i, I'jlJ,
for the election of a board of directors
for tire ensuing year and tor the tranj
action of such other business as n:a
properly come before the meeting.
By orde.- of tho president.
FJ-MJ N. P. FEIL, Secretary.
BIDS FOR TOWN HALL.
Sealed bids will bo received by the vil
lage clerk of the village of Howells, Col
fax 'county, Nebraska, until 6 o'clock, p.
m., of the 3d day of March. A. D., 1913.
for furnishing material and labor and
constructing a "town hall" It) the said vil
lage of Howells.
Plans and specifications can be seen
(after February 15th. 1913.) at the office
of the Colfax County Bank, In the vll.
lage of Howells, Nebraska, or at the
office of the Omaha Builders' Exchange,
C01 Barker Block, Omaha, Nebraska.
A certified check for 10 per cent of the
bltf will be required with each bid, the
amount to bo forfeited to the village of
Howells, Colfax county, Nebraska, in
case th contractor will not enter into u
contract with the board pf trufctees In
accordance with the proposal.
The board of village trustees reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
OEO. LODES, Village Cleric.
S2H33Sc; No. 3 white, SffSJV; No. 4
BARLEY Malting, MfWo. No. 1 feed,
RYE No. , SSflOo; No. J. fcHKWHo. -Carlnt
Wheat. Corn. Ontn.
St. Unit .;.
m nsfi ise
, si i st
83 136 44
CIllCAtlO HUAI.-V AM) PROVISIONS
1-Vntiires of Oir TrnilltiK' mid Closing
Prices on llonril of Truilc,
CHICAGO. Feb. It. Wheat today eased
off under the Influence of plentiful
moisture throughout the entlro winter
crop belt except Nebraska and Kansas.
Tho market closed weak U-Sc to Mc
down. Corn lost ?itit to UfiSc net.
Oats, closed ifcc to ttf4tC off, and pro
visions nt nn advance of a shade to
5374c. with pork , Just below $, nil
Notwithstanding that i-omllttoiis of a
domestic sort ruled wheat most of the
day, prices at first wore strong because
India still needed moro rain. Speculators,
however, did not wait long to press the
Belling, as exporters declared no foreign
demand existed for shipments .from the
United States. Ocean freights broke,
but failed to niter the outlook.
Big offerings of wheat southwest
stared at the bulls. So, too, did reports
that the flour trade at Minneapolis could
scarcely become" worse. Talk of alleged
lack of snow protection had little effect
and there seemed to be no rallying power
In the pit when tho Inst bell cleared tho
Cjjrn collapsed on account of heavy re
ceipts. Revival of exports served only
tin a temporary check to tho decline In
prices. The concern that was tho strong
est support of th market last week
headed tho selling toda). Oats fell with
corn, despite free realizing by shorts.
Twenty dollars a barrel for pork
brought about much profit taking on the
part of packers. In consequence, the
provision market broke, but prices were
again bid up by brokers who held other
products for sale. Restricted slaughter
ing, duo to difficulty In obtaining a suf
ficient supply of hogs, formed tho basis
of the rise.
Future ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open. Hlgh. Low, I Close.l Yes'y
10 70-751 10 76
10 72-76 10 77H
10 77H 10 82fc
10 72J4I10 67-70
10 66-701 10 70
10 67-70 10 70
10 76 ) 10 76
10 00 1 10 65 ,
10 C2V4H0 66-67
10 67-70 10 70
Cchlcago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red. $L09V4Lim; No. 3 red, tl.0Sfil.OT;
No. 2 hard, 9lHQMVic; No. 3 hard, 90
93c; No. 1 northern, 925i934c; No. 2
northern, 89V43WV4c; No. J. northern, 86
8R0; No. 2 spring, S990c; No. 3 spring,
86874c; No. 4 spring, 8086c; velvet
chaff, 85iS92o; durum, 860920. Corn; No.
2 yellew, 60V4Q61o; No. 3, 4860c; No. 8
white, 49N60tto: No. 3 yellow, 48V4fT60c;
No. 4, 46(S48o; No. 4 white, 46QH9c; No.
4 yellow, 46S48C Oats: No. 2, 333SHc:
No. 2 white, 3537Ho; No'. 3, S3o; No. 3
white, 8SQ,34e; No. 4 white, 3134c;
standard, 34U33e. Rye: No. 2, 63Q414c.
Barleyi 60r71c Timothy: $3.oo4.oo.
Clover: $12.00320.00. Pork: $19.97H- Lard:
$19.00. Ribs: $9.87SiaC2V4.
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 2734ttc.
EGOS Easy; receipts, 6,452 casesf at
mark, cases Included, 19ff21o; refrigerator
firsts. I6tt17c; firsts, 22c.
POTATOES Steady; receipts, ,46 cars;
Michigan, 48560c; .Minnesota, 473C0o; Wis
POULTRY Alive, weal;; turkeys, 15c:
chickens, 15c; springs, 16c
NEW YOniC GENERAL MARKET
ClaotntloiiH of the liny oil Vnrlona
NEW YORK, Fob. ll.-FLOUR Steady;
$4.604.60; winter patents, $4.705.10; spring
clears, $4.2004.45; winter extras No. 1,
1.10, winter cxiraB jmo. z, ta.vuqipi.uu;
Kansas straights, $4.104.25. Ryo flour,
dull; fair to good, $S.C0i8S.85; choice to
fancy, $3,904(4.00. Buckwheat flour dull,
CORNMEAL Fine white and yellow.
$1.308 1.3G; coarse, $1,2601.30; kiln dried,
RYE Easy. No. 2 western. 66S67c c. I.
BARLEY Feeding, 68Mc c. I. f. New
York; malting, 6970o c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 2 red,
$1.08H. elevator, and $1.10, f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern .Duluth, $1,01, f. o. b.
afloat, Mutures market was easy on un
favorable domestic trade conditions,
larger country offerings and easier cash
markets, closing H3c net lower. May,
99c$1.00, closed, closed mfe; July, 9Hc;
September, 9Gc. Bonded wheat: May
closed 97Ho askodf July, 97c asked.
CORN Spot market easy; export, 680,
f. o. b. afloat.
OATS-Spot market, easy; No. 4, 8SV4
39c; natural white, 37V4B89c
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice.
nrnn "Ctrl '.-;- icni 1 1 r: -. -n
coast, 1912 crop, 172Sc; 1911 crop, 13a16c.
hi'M nrnii venirai America, 30c:
FEED Western spring bran, $23.25; city.
HAY Standard, 97Mc; No. 1, $tOOL05;
No. 2. 8&S96c; No, S, 750c.
LEATHER Hemlock firsts, 2829c; sec
PROVISIONS-Pork, mess, $20.6021.00;
.25. Beef, mess, $22.5023.00; family;
ii.wa'io.uu; ueei minis. 3S.wi34.C0. cut
meats, pickled bellies, 13 to 14 pounds,
$13 00; pickled hams. $14.50. Lard, middle
west prime. $10.7010.80; refined, Ann;
continent. $11.30; South America, $11.65;
TALLOW Prlmo city hogsheads, 6Mc;
special; 7'.4c; country, 5?4!Hc.
IJUTTER Steady: receipts, 12,738 tubs;
creamery, extras, 37038c; process extras,
2&gKHc; imitation creamery firsts, 24(f
26o; factory, June make, firsts, 224ff23c:
packing stock, June make, 2021(4o; pack
ing stock, current make. No. 2, 2020Hc:
No. 8. 17019c. "-"tiw
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 148 boxes;
state whole milk, held white, specials
17Hpl8c; state whole milk, winter specials,
18jjl6c; skims. 2S1SHC
EGGS Weak; receipts, 12,182 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 26$f27o; refriger
ator firsts, 20HS21c; nearby hennry
whites, good to large size, new laid, zyy
32c: western gathered whites, &029c.
POULTRY Firm; fresh killed western
chickens, 14S23c; fowls, HHSUcj turkeys,
Kansas City Grain hnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 11. WHBAT-,-No.
2 hard, 85M,i89Hc; No. 3. 85f89c; No. 2
red. $1.0081.06; No. 3. 93cff$1.02.
CORN No. 2 mixed. 49c; No. 3, 47tfc;
No. 2 white, 60o; No. 3, 49V4&60C.
OATS No. 2 white, 35335c; No. 2
HAY Unchanged. .
ST. LOUIS, Feb. H.-JlETALS-Lead.
etcady, 4214c. Spelter, $.626(36.30.
Closing prices of futures;
WI I E AT M ay, 875&87c; July, iOT4
CORN May. 64Wc; July, 63ViQ63V4c.
BUTTER-Creamery, 33WS3414o; firsts,
3lU822ttc; seconds, HS-SOHc; packing
EGOS Extras, 24c; firsts, 21H22V4c;
POULTRY Hens, 1313Hc; roosters, 8c;
Wheat, bu 69,000 84,000
5prn. bu 06,0(10 12.000
Oats, bu 22,000 15,000
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. ll.-WHBAT Spot
firm; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 9d; No. 2. 7s tV4d;
No. 3. 7 4d. Futures, steady; March, Ts
6?d; May, Ttf 3V4d; July. 7s 3V4d,
CORN Spot, easy; American mixed,
new, 4s lOHd; American mixed, old. 6s;
old, via Galveston, 6s 7d; futures, steady;
March, (La Plata). 6s 5Vid, March (Arper
lean mixed), 4a lOftd,
NEW YORK jiTOCK MARKET
Offerings Heavier and Friocs Arc
LOSSES WELL DISTRIBUTED j
Slrrl llnlondrd In l.itrwr Block mill
ItrmlltiK, Union Pacific nml
Southern Also Sold
NEW YORK, Feb. ll.-Offf rings of
stocks were heavier today and prices
were depressed materially. The hbsorp
ttvu power of the market mm limited
and traders found It Impossible to dis
pose of stocks without substantial con
cessions. At the same tlmo thero was a
growing tendency to unload stocks, which
seemed to indlcato that liquidation was In
progress. The average price of the twen
ty-flvo leading railroad and liultisti lul
stocks fell below tho nverugo of 1912 for
the first time this year. lxisses worn
distributed well through tho list. 'Leading
rallrnads, tho copper and steel shares and
many of the specialties shared In tho
movement, with numerous declines of 2
points or more.
There was an upturn from tho new level
Just before tho close.
Steel was unloaded in largo blocks.
Reading and Union Pacific were also nold
heavily. Southurn Paclfio was again
under pressure, fiom traders who tako a
pessimistic view of tho probable effects
of the Harrtmtiu dissolution upon tho for
tunes of this company and tho quotation
fell to 102-H. the lowest for nearly flvo
years. New York Central sold at 10. tho
bottom figure slnca 1911.
Tho money situation again played an
Important paft In tho day's decline. Call
rates rose to 4V4 Per cent and time niton
stiffened. There were somo culling of
loans and discrimination by bank against
less deslrablo collateral was said to have
resulted In forced sales of somo of the
specialties which showed most marked
weakness. Tho vote of tho eastern rail
way firemen In favor of a Btrlko was nn
actlvo agent on tho bear sldu of tho mar
ket. Polities camo to tho foiefront onco
moro Hnd somo traders said that with tho
change In administration only three weeka
off, there was a tendency of holders of
long stock to closo out their accounts
and await developments on and after
Bonds woro weak. Southern Paclfio
collaterals docllned a point, Total sales,
par value, $2,630,000. Panama 3s ad
vanced 'A on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today wero as follows:
BllM. IllRh. how. Closo.
Amalimtl Copper 11, too 72 70S 714
American AgrtculturiJ (OH
American HeU sugar i0 S'4 K .1
Amerlcon Can 10,100 41 S9 I0U
Amorlctn Can ptd to) 126 lim 13l',i
American V. A V 82H
American Cotton Oil 700 Mk 49V 4
Am. Ice Securities 300 22 22 22
American iXnered 200 loVi 10'i 104
American Locnmotlr .-. BOO KW UU 3SH
American 8. & It 4,10) 71Vi 71 71 Vi
"Am. s. & it. pra las
Am. Sugar Iletlnlnf 200 1UU lllTi 110
American T, & T tOT 1S2S 132 1JIT4
American Tobacco 600 :S1H 21
AnacomU Mlnlnx Co l.iOO 37 U JH tt
Atohlnon 2,700 10IH 10 103
Atcblaon p(d COO 101U 101H 10UI
Atlantlo Coaat Line 100 129 1 12D
llalttmora A OHIO 2,700 102 1U1U 101U
UrthUhem Steel 600 37 3 ft1 ii
Brooklyn Hapld Tr SOO to RH mi
Canadian I'aclMo 6.200 2I7U. JUH 255
Central leather 100 2S4 97U 2R
Clieaapeake & Ohio...... t.0O 77S 7614 ;H
Chicago O. W 200 1614 It 16
Chlcaio. M. A St. P.... 1.(00 noli, 110 110
Clilcago & N'. W 100 1SJT4 1J5T4 1351
Colorado i'. t i 3,!ido 37 sau stv,
Contolldated Oaa 800 117 l.UVi
Corn Products kOO mi US Hit
Delaware 6 lludton 161
Denver & Itlo Orantl 304
Denver "& It. O. pfd 37
Jitlllere' Securltla .... 400 D 1ST II
Rrle , 2,800 30 SOU NU
Crle HI n(d. 300 474. 47U 47U
Ivrla 2d pid ; 37;
Oewral Ktectrlo SOO Hl'i 140VI 140U
Ore.t Northern ptd 2,300 JS l!8',i
Oreat Northern Ore ctfa. 1,000 i 3Vi 3,'at
Illlnole ontral (oo 124 12-4 121
International Met, 1,100 SH ltt 18
Inter. Met. ptd 1,200 62 63 U 62H
mternatioaai narveater,. iuu luit iiih iiut
Inter-Marine ptd ..... IB
International l'aper 400 Uli 12 , 11H
International Ihimp 400 Hit H UV4
Kanaaa.Clty Southern.,,. 200 26H 25 !i 13
Laclede (las 103H
Ihlgh .Valley 1,600 16014 HH 160
IiOUlerMte i Naalirllle.. 300 IIS 17 1M '
M., St. 1'. it R. Rte, M. , 100 13S 131 13614
Mlnourl, It, & T. ,. ith
Mtiaourl I-uclflo 3.000 41 40Vi 40H
National meruit 100 11IU, lllli 11814
National Iad U
N. II. It- of M. M pfd 23
New York Central 6,200 107H 106 1044
M Y., O. & W 100 S1H 3114 1H
Nortolk & Western 1,100 10814 108 104U
North American 7VH
Northern Paoitlo 2,000 118T4 1U lltK
raciuo diau 2uu zb 1174 -e
remuylvanla 900. 1194 119 llt4
People' (! 1,200 HS'i 11114 11114
p., c, r. fc st, l 200 looit 10014 101
Pittsburgh Coal 1.204 2114 21 H 1H
I'reued Steel Car 32
Pullman I'alace Cnr.... 100 160 160 160
Reeding 66.F00 163H 16114 1624
,Keubllc I. & 1.100 2611 25H 23W
lUpubllc I. S, pfd.... 10O S8V4 86H 6'4
llock Uland Co 2,030 23 2S14 226
Hock Island Co. pfd 400 41 39 Vi SSVi
St. I. A 8. V 2d pfd. . 200 27 U 27 27
seaboard Air Line 1H4
Seaboard A. L. pfd ..... 49
Bloiu-Sheffleld SI. I I 40
Southern I'aoltlc 26,t.00 103(4 10!10SU
Southern nallvniy 600 27 26K 26H
60. Railway ptd 794
Tenneaaee Copper- 1. 700 3414 Syi 24
Teiui II Pacific 800 20 U 20 1941
Union Paclfio 42,000 169i 1674 157S
Union reclflo pfd 600 tH ( fcl
United tUatea llealty , 71 14
United State Itubber.... 4,800 67 6f,S
United States Steel 16,800 11 (12 62U
U. S. Steel ptd 1,30(1 108 108U 108V4
Utah Copper 3,200 MV4 WH (3
Vi.. Carolina aemlcal .. 400 35 V4 K 24
Wabaah pfd 100 i U 3V4
Western Maryland ' 10
Weetern Union 400 71H 72 71W
Westlnghous Plectrlo .. 1,100 72(4 71U T114
Wheeling U B 7
Total sale for the day, 166,200 shares.
Jieyr York Money Market.
NKV YOItK, Feb. 11-MONBY-On cnll,
strong; 2H"V4 per cent; ruling rate, 4V4
per cent; closing bid, i per cent; of
fered at 2H per cent. Time loans, strong;
sixty days, higher, 4V4 per cent; ninety
days, 4V44 per cent; six months, 44
4V tier cent.
PIUMB MERCANTILE PAPBIl 1
BTKHMN8 EXCHANO-E Weak, with
actual business In bankers' bills at ft.S335
for sixty-day bills and at J4.K740 for de
mand. Commercial bills, J4.8!;i.
SILVER Bar, 6l!ic; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, firm; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today wer
tr greir"i re..lW K. X So, rf. In... 98H
di rJupon ........Ml U 8. deb. 4. J9I1... 92U
ii 8 T W.i lHI & N. unl. 4,... 984
VVoupotT' '"SI";.- T 1st 4s. 93
V. 8. i: reg " 'io n. 4s 85H
v: 1 liSUMo. IHclfie i. , in
Pansm coupon. .IMS do c-onv, (a 7a-
A?-& 1st ss.ctfs... N It H of M 41,.. to
e T A T. 'iv 4S..106 no deb. 4a,,,,,,.., m
aJ." Tobacco "JW. Y. K. If. A ll!
nalPft Ohio 4. JjJo. a. U ruW t" JH,'
do ',4s S'r8.nn- Hs 1918.. 97H
Urook, Tr. ct. 41... MH do eon. 4a,..
Ceu. ot Oa. ts 10 ""olng gen. 4s... . fcm
Cen. lather ts. .. H S. L. & s. K fg 1,761?
bh.;. Ohio 4V4S..1MH do gen j H
do conr. 4(4" !J,,,!3t-. u. 8-w 4s, so
Chicago & A. 3l4s,. 62 H. A I,, ndj. Ss .. ;3;
do iten. ts. -.- H f- s 9IM
r M It S e 4Vs..t04 do 1st ref. 4... . u
n. I. VfT. Mta lUllwa'r t. . i5h
do rfg. 4s 1S., ,n- 71
O. 8 r A 4Hs 9J4t7nlon Paclfie
D as If. er. 4s... Yk do cy. 4s.. ogti
D. H. O. ref. t. W do m i
Dlstlllenr- ts - IJubber ...... m
Brie p. I. 4s.... .- tj 8j. Blel M ts...l01S
do gen. 4 X!,'.,Car- Qem, ts. 7U
do cv. 4s, ser. D 75 Wab. ltt A u. JJ
HI. On. 1st ref. 4M Wstern Md. 4s. .. MS:
InterT Met. 414s. ... MHWe.t. K. cr. 1...
Inter M. Mr 4Vs,.. M Wls, Central 4..,.. i"
Japan 4Hs 90U
New York Mlnluir Stocks.
NEW YORK, Feb. ll.-Closlng quota
tions on mining stocks were;
Com. Tunnel stock.. Mexican t
do bonds .. ..... 13 Ontsrlo 210
Con. Cal. & Va.t.,r 29' Ophlr , so
Iron Silver U0 Small Hopes ,. 20
Indvllla Con, , i standard too
Little Chief 4 Yellow Jacket , 20
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Keb. U.-Tho condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was. Work
ing balance. t78,9ll,0CG; la tonka and Piuu
Ipplnc trrasmv. UM.621.4l.i. total of grn
eral fund, JI47.O0O.97S. Krcrlpts yester
day, W4,SU. disbursements. l.os,2. The
surplus this fiscal year Is S,si3,R49, us
agHlust a deficit ot iUMSI.SM iHst year.
These figures for receipts, disbursements,
etc., exclude Panama caiihI and public
Boston MlntiiK Atot'ks,
no.TTON, Feb. H.-Closlng quoUitloni
on mining slocks were:
Allouei 37 Mohaok Hl4
Aroal. tpier 71 Nfiaea Om I1U
A It. 1 a 3U4.N ptmltia Mlnee .... f
Atltona Com Jirt!rth liatta
II. C. I'. S. M. .N.irlh Lake 3
Cal. A Art ami W OlA lVtnlnlon 4Ti
Cal. Ileela ( 0-ela M
(Vntennlnl 16 Qulncy 11
Cop. Itange (. C. .. 43 Shannon 1U4
Kaat llutle O. M... 13 Superlur J
Kranklln 1 Supetler II. II. .. 3H
Hllmux ('on 3 Tamarack H
j(lranby (Vm 64(411 S. 8.' It. .4 M... 10
(Ireene (Vnanea ... ,l do pM vv
Ule Itojal (AnPr. ttttfUh' Cnn 10
Kerr luke S t-HVtaU tapper Co,.... M't
Ike Copper U Winona
Ia Salle Copper (SVolvcrlne M
, Miami (Vpper 2JV,
London Stock Mnrkrt.
LONDON, Keb. II. Amorluan securities
wero quiet and featureless rturlng tho
early trading today. At noon the murkrt
was steady with prices ranging from un
changed to abovo imrlty.
OMAHA. IVh. 11. Hank clearings for
toduy are $U!3,fiU.S8 and t2,S7S,rl.a) for
tho corresponding day last y-iir.
Nt. t,on In tiriu'rnl Mnrket,
ST. 5i;lM. Mo.. Feb. ll-WHUAl'-Cash:
No. 2 rod. H.lWfl.tt; No. 2 hard.
CORN- No. 2, IWMc; No. 2 white. Rli
UATH-riii. s, ;vx; mo. s white, aovic. a
ItVU-Unchanged; ta,c. fl
1 fl IT I. 'I' If V ti'lri.i! ,-l.lplr,.M.
sprliiRM, He; turkeys, lSo; ducks, 16c;
BUTTER Htcndy; cruiiinery. 2Mt"c.
KOCIS - 1'lrmir; 2mc.
Closing prices of futures:'
WHEAT May, P.1Uu; July, Siio.
t'ORN-Mny. rJUic; July. fiS!ri6JSc.
OATS May, 35c; July, 3M4c. ,
No grain ntarrf.it lomotr'iW, Lincoln a
FIAiUIt-Weak, red winter patents, JJi.OO
Sf6.2r; extra fancy nml straight, $4.00
4.ST.; hard winter clears, e3.60sifl.90.
IIAY-Tlmothy. !2.0(Xiiil6.W; Prairie,
PROVISIONS Pork, Jobbing, 117.25.'
Lard, prime strain, $I0.17'.'10.27V4. Dry
Biilt meats, boxed, extra shorts, 11c; clear
ribs, 11c; short clears, lHdc. Bacon,
boxed, extra shorts, 12c; clear ribs, 12c;
short ribs, laifcc.
Flour, bills 9,000 19,000
Wheat, bu OS.OOO fiii,000
Corn, hi 162,00(1 , M.fldO
Oats, bt 7r.,000 61,000
Avnlliililo Ktuiptlrs) of (irnln. ,
NEW YORK, Feb. ll.-Spoelal oablo and
telegraphic communications received by
IlradBtrocts' show tho following changos
In available supplies, ns compared with
previous accounts: Availabhi supply:
Wlmat, 1'nltcd Btatrs east Rockies. In
creased 30.000 bu. United .States, west
Rockies, dect eased 231.000 bu. Canada, de
crease, 1,015,000 bu. Totul United States
and Canada decreased l,24,O0() bu, Afloat
for and In Europe, Increased 100,000 bu.
Total American and European supply de
creased 1,146,000 bu. Corn, United States
and Canada, Increased 3,120,000 bu. Oats,
United rjtutcH nhd Cannda, Increased
1,218,000 bu. Tho leading decreases und
increases reported this week follow: De
creases: Manitoba, 1,011,000 bu.; Louis
ville, ra,000 bu.; Ogdonsburg, W.OOO bu. In
crease: Knoxvllle, 60,000 bu.
CHICAGO, Feb. ll.-AIU'LES Trado Is
fair In this market. The advertising
lately given tho niarkot hoa helped thu
saio of good stock, Thero In an apiplo
supply ot both barrel and box stock and
In prices no change hus occurred. For
western box apples prices quoted are for
sales In r small way; large lota could
not bo moved at theso figures. Delicious,
,tiitulit. fur ii fnw nxfra flno large. 11.60
3.00; Jonathan, Jl.00iiH.C6; Qrlinea Uolunn,
outside, fancy, il.uum.w; wauesaps, i.u
(iU.75; Spltzenherg. Jl.60Jfl.76; Northwest
ern Greenings, Jl.o01.25; Homo Ucautlea,
1.264'1.60; some Janoy large, J1.76ij2.tWi
Stamen Wlnosai)", 1.2rmi 1.60; Arihlo
jiuick, Jl.2Mtl.60; Ilellflower, J1.254fl.W;
Wngener'B, 76CC-J1.00; American Reds, ibc
NEW YORK. Feb. 11, METALS Cop
per, steady; standard, spot and February,
J14.C0, bid; March, April and May, J14.50
15.00; electrolytic, J15.7&W10.25; lake, J1.00
16.25; casting, 116.60. Tin, easy; spot and
Fobruury. J49.124J49.37; March, J4g,754m26;
April, J4S.C2(349.12, Lend, steady; J4.254D
4.35. Sneltcr. easy; J4.404jO.60. Antimony.
lull; Cookson'B, $9.25$r9.&0. Iron qulot
ami. uncnangea, copper exports una
month, 12,260 tons. lxi(lon copper, easy:
spot. 60 6s: futures, (K 7s ,U d. Local
exchange sales of, tin were 60 'tone, ixin
don tin, steady; spot. 223 10s; futures,
221 J0h. Ixindon lead, 10 16s, London
spelter, 26 10s, Iron, Clovolund, war
rants, 64s 7V4d In Ixindon.
NEW YORK, Feb, 11. COFFEE Fu
tures market opened steady at a decline
ot 3 polntH on .M'aroh. but generally 1 to 3
points higher. In rosponso to steadier
European cables. Tho market worked
up a point or two during tho mlddla of
tho day, but later weakonod under le
nawed liquidation, 'with tho closo barely
steady at a net decline of 7 to 13 points.
Sales were 90,200 bags. February, 12.10c;
March, 12.97c; April, 13.05c; May, l3.13o;
June, 18.14c; July, 13.16c; August, 13.23c;
September, 13.23o; October, 13.10c; No
vember, 13.Uc; Decembor and January,
13.08c, Spot coffee, quiet; Rio 7s, 13o;
Santos 4s, 15Hc; mild, dull; Cordova,
Co 4 to n Market.
NEW YORK, Feb, 11. COTTON-Bpot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 13,txc;
middling gulf, 13.30c; Kales none.
Cotton futures closed steady. Closing
bids; February, 12.66c; March, 12.63c;
April, 12.40c; May, 12.40o; June, 12.27c;
July, 12.31o; August, 12.15c; September,
11.77o; October, 11.71c; December, 11.71c;
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 11,-COTTN-Spot.
good business done; prices steady; Amer
ican middling, 7,65c; good middling, 7.2to;
middling, C.Wc; low middling, 6.8I0; good
ordinary, 6,4lc; ordinary. 6.07c; sales, lO.ttt
Mlnnriipolla Ornlu Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, Fob. ll.-WHEAT-May,
SS'o; July, W'.ic; September, 89Hc
Cash. No. 1 hard, KSVic; No. 1 northern,
8tSfi87Hc; No. 2 northern, 84THo;.No,
2 hard Montana, 8SV4c; No. 3, 824ro3c.
CORN No, 3 yellow, 45c,
OATS-No. 3 wlilte. 31Ue)lHc
RYI-No. 2. WQWAc.
FI5UR First patents J4.8Oa4.03: ec
oud patfiitB, JI.1MH.W; first clears, J3.10&)
3.40; second cleurs, J2.302:C0.
I108T0N, Fob. H.-VXOT-DomestlQ
market remains very quiet. Few Kilos of
territory stocK 111 original nagii ure re
IHirted und some nearby fleeces have
ohanged hands In small lots. Texas wools
aro very quiet. Ridding for tho new clip
In tho west Is said to be light no far.
Some new Arizona wool has arrived and
ST. LOUIS. Feb. H.-WOOL-fltrady;
medium grades combing and clothing. 2.1U
S2Cc; light fine, 194Klc; hisavy flr.e, 13
18c; tub washed, WQBOc.
Turpentine nnil Itoatn.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Feb. 11. TURPEN
TINE Firm at 41o; sales, 142 bbla.; re
ceipts, 403 bbls.; shipments, 136 bbls.;
stocks. 22,200 bbls,
ROSIN Firm; sales, 1.300 bbls,) ro
celpts, 1,300 bbls. : shipments, 6,400 bbit.,
Htocku. 124,160 bbls. Quotations: A and
H, J5.S5; C and D, J8.00; E, J0.10; F, Jti.tO,
U, J3.36; II. J6.30; I, (6.35; K, JO. 63; M,
J7.00; N. J7.05J WO. J710; WW, 17.15.
PEORIA, 111., Feb. 11. -CORN-No. 4
white, 4Sc. No, 3 yellow, 47c, No. 4 yel
low. 46Vyu"47l4' i No. 3 mixed, 47i-UV,c
No, 4 mixed, 40"4it47Hc saiupl, 424i13c
OATS-N.J. a vvit.tt. Sv
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Aotivc Sellers and Strong to
Ten Cents Higher.
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN HIGHER
Uiiusnnll)- I.nmr Hun of Sheep mid
l.nmli, Drnlrntitc Killers Arc
Aliout Strndy, with Other
Kind SImt to liinvcr.
SOUTH OMAHA. Teb. II, 131
Receipts were: Caltte.Hogi heep
Official Monday r.,pttt 7.WI
Estimate Tuesday ... ry00 1S.00O l(.iiix)
Two dsy this week .11,70.1 3t,0?4 .X.a.lR
Nune dnvs last Week.. .( 20,434 !,
Samo 2 week ago..,.. 10,372 25.23S W
Snmo 3 weeks ago..i..ll,l0 34,167 JMW
gnnio 4 weeks ago... .11,146 17,914 'tll.OTf.
Same days last year. ILOHO 40.M2 lLCil
Tho following table shows thn receipts
of oattlo, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for tho. year to date us compared with,
last year: mi.r 101? inc. Dec.
Out tin 113.SH 1I9,S,H 6.'i-i
UoBS 376, (M 4.VVHM "iJ,(H
Sheep JS2,3JS 217,275 tK.OSJ
Tho following tabla shows tho range of
prices for hogs at South Omaha for tho
lost few days, with romparlaon.11
Date. I 1913. I1M2.I19I1. 11910. "l909. 11908. 11WT.
6 (0 7 42
7 S8 8 4i
6 201 4 09
1 Zl S til
fl 30 4 U h 90
RoCldtllH mwl flUn.iwIII,.,, ..t 1l... ul.vlc l
tho Union stock yards. South Omaha, for
twonty-four hours omilng tit 3 o'clock p
a? V.IUI UH a
C. M. ,t St. P 10
Mo. Pacific 1
Union Purlfln a:
1 , . ,
00 "X "1
H '.. 1
97 W 4
4 t 1
4S 14 1
260 72 "
G. St N. W.. cast. .. II
O. Sl N. v.. wii in
C, St. P., M. O.. 20
C, R. I. .t V., wost. 4
Illinois i-ennui 4
CiUoago Ot. West... 6
Total receipts... 218
Cnttle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 473 2,l2i l.NM
Morris te Co..;;. . . .
Hwirt and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour V Co
Hchwnrtx A Co j.
J. W. Murphy..,, ,
U P. Co Si
S. O. P, Co 13
W. R. Van Sant Co.... 20
Uenton, Vuti Sunt & L. 123
Hill & Son 68
F. II. I.4 wis 473
Huston & Co 42
J. 11. Root & Co 104
J. H. Ulllla 257
L F. Husx 1)4
Roscnstuck Hros ,. 24
AtcC'rcary &. Kellogg.... 11
Werthclmcr Degnn... 178
Mo. A. Kan. Calf. Co.... RO
Clllio & Christie... 12U
Other buyers D25
Totals 6,440 17.017
CATTLE Cattle rncnlnta worn nhiiilt
thu same as yesterday and the total for
tho two days this week foots up 11,700
head, being larger than for tho corres
ponding days ot last week by almost 2,000
head, and slightly larger than a year ago.
Tho market opened with tho feeling
generally strolls on beef steers, but as
thu trade progiessed It became apparent
that buyers were really quite anxious
tor uusirauio Killers una the market be
came active and strong to 10a higher than
yesterday. The big bulk of tho cattle
sold early In tho morning.
Cows and helferB showed about tho
Hamo advanco as tho beef steers, being
anywhere from strong to as much us
100 higher than yesterday in extreme
cases. The trado was also active and
pretty much all tho butcher stock had
generally changed hands In good season.
Stock cattle and fveders, tho sumo as
yesterday, wero In actlvo demand and
commanded good strong prices. The of
ferings were picked up very- readily
and trado as a whole was actlvo and en
tirely satisfactory to tho selling Inter
ests. Quotations oh Cattle Good to choice
beef steers, $7.00473.26; fair to good beef
steers, J7.264j7,t'i0; common to fair beef
steers, $d.50(7.25; good to choice helferB,
J6.25r7,00; good to choice cowh, J6.O04iO.0O;
fair to good cows, J5.60tir0.00; common to
fair cows, J3.764i6.6o; good to choice stock
era and feeders, J3.754f7.75; fair to good
stockera and feeders, J0.604i0.76; common
to fair atockors and feeders, J6.O04J6.6O:
stock cows and heifers, J6.O07.OO; voal
calves, J6.604j9.00; bulls, stags, etc., Ji.Wy
HOaS Receipts this morning totalod up
about 261 cars or 18,000 head, thu heaviest
slncit July 2,' when there weru 271 cars
yarded. This Is over 2,600 head larger
than last week, slightly larger than two
weeks ago, but Is over 10,0o head smaller
than tho corresponding day ono year ago.
Notwithstanding tho fact that receipts
were heavy, first bids Indicated a 64fl0o
advance, and the. opening sales wero a
big dime higher than yesterday's average
market. Shippers and speculators bought
a very small percentage of the supply
nnd' It was almost entirely a packer mar
ket. Bulk of the sales landed at J7.76i
7.b5, with tho long strings at . 17.S0ff7.S5,
and some hogs sold as high oh $7.80. Thia
bulk would seem to Indicate a 104M6a
higher market, but It must be remem
bered Uiat yesterday's early market was
not as good at the close, so that whllu
today's values could bo quoted at 15o
higher than Monday's early sales, the
general trado Is not much more than lQc
SHEEP-Whllo receipts of lambs and
sheep wpro comparatively light at Chi
cago and most other points, a very lib
eral supply showed up on the local mar
ket, there being about 71 curs or 15,600
head yarded. This was 4,631 head moro
than a week ago und more than twico as
largo as two weeks or one year ago.
Mainly under the influence of a very
generous supply trado was somewhat
Tho Boo publislies, in its classified columns, tho
most gttniotivo real estate offerings. This paper
has become tho first medium for advertising real
estate opportunities; it has cleared its way to the
top through actually getting the best results for the.
porsons who use and read tho "For Sale Eeal
Estate" columns. You will fail tq get tho real good
real estate advantages if you neglect Tho Bee.
On AVednesday particularly good bargains are
found in tho classified section. Watch the Wednes
now In getting under wjy nnd pa-ktis
were apparently In no hurry to fill their
orders. Though slowness featured tho
Hade thero stomed to be a very fa 1
outlet for the bulk of thn stuff dffer.-d
and rviMitURlly Hid majority of the offer
lugs changed hands mostly steady to a
little lower than the general run of sahs
on .Monday. 1'rimo lambs of deslrab r
weights were In best request, as several
loads went to the scales during Iho open
ing trade at JAS0. DHrlnr tho first
rounds two or three bunches of fed west
ern owes broilRht J5.60 and nntnn chnl. n
ones old up to J5.75, Identical with thr
top price paid for the best owe offerings
veMerday. As of late there were store '
enough wethers and yenrtlngs on hand t.
establish quotations, but what were Iip 0
sold on about the samo basis as the rest
of the sheep on sale,
Quotations on sheep and lambs: LavnLi,
good to chnlce, JS.604t8.P0; lambs fair ta
good, JS.35iS.50; yearlings, good to cholcp.
7 35t7.-o, yearlings, fair to good. J7 00.J
7.35; wethers, good to choice. f6.0u'jj.20,
wethers, fair to good, J5.8JCC.00, ewc5
good to choice, J5.6og6.S5; ewes, fair to
good. J5.25St.60; cull sheep and bueki,
CHICAGO MVK STOCK MARKET
Dciuniiil for Cuttle nml Shrri) Firm
CHICAGO, Feb. Il.-CATTI.E-Recelpt.t
3,600 head; market firm; beeves, J.60tf9.l0,
Texas steers, J5.004tC.85; western steers,
$S.764T7.45; stackers and feeders, Jt.757 CO
cows nnd heifers, J5.t0ift7.6O;, calves, J0.7o
HOGS Receipts, 21.CO0; market strong,
light. JS.004lS.t0; mixed, J7.9Mi8.35. heavy.
JS.15418.30; pigs, J0.f04!8.l5, hulk of sales,
SHEEP AND IaAMHS-HpccIpIs. 16.006
head; market firm; native, J4.904fO.35,
western, JS.O04r!.40i yearlings. J0.6,Vi),00,
lambs, native. J7.0O45O.O0; western, J7.0O3
ICniiNnai City Lire Htock Mnrket,
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 11, C1ATTLK Re
celptB, ll.OOi) head, .Including 100 south
erns; market, steady; dressed beef ami
xpoi,t steers. J7.7Mi.00; fair to good.
J7.lXW7.65; western steers, Jfi.7547fl.25,
Mockers nnd feeders, Jii.00y7.75; southern
sters, JS.7T.4tT.55, southrn cows, Jt.00tf6.M.
native cows and heifers. JI.0O4f8.0O; bills.
JS.(KII.25; calves. J8.604T 10.00.
HOGS Receipts, 16.000 boRd. market
IMMOo higher, bulk of sales. J7 9t8.0.
heavy. J7.fl04f8.PO; packers and butcher.--JS.0OWt.2O;
light. J7.WJi,15; pigs. J4.7541NV25.
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 8,HW
hwid; market lOft'lKo higher; Colorado
lambs, J7.754i8.75; yearlings, Jfl.767,00,
wethers, J5.25410.00; ewes, JhWU.OO.
Hi. I.oiiln Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. IXJUIS, Fob. ll.-CATTLE-Ile-celptti,
4,200 head, Including l.POO Texans;
market strong; choice to fine steerft.
J8.rVW.O0; good to choice steers. J7.00I7
8.60; stockors and feeders, J5.26(S'7.26: cows
nnd helfors. J5.504tS.00; bulls, J4.504!7,00,
HOG'rt Receipts, 11,500 head: market
25c higher; pigs nnd lights, J6.754J8.40;
mixed and butchem, J8.2D4j8.40; good
heavy, J8.254JA40. ,
SHEEP AND LAMIJS necclpts. 3,160
hood; market strong; muttons, J5.!54TA7r;
yearlings. J7.004-7.85; lambs, J7.0O4)5,00.
Ml oux City Live Blnck'Mn'rket.
SIOUX CITY. la.. Jan. II. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,800 head: market, steady; nn
tlVn steers, $7.00418.60;. coivs and heifers.
J5.0O4f7.10: ennners, J3.604Ji4.60; stockera
and feeders. $0.40417.60; calves, J0.1O4J7.0O;
HOGS Receipts. 6.600 head; market. 16c
higher; heavy. J7.704t7.80; mixed, J7 754f
7.R5; light, JJ7.7B4J7.SO; bulk of sales, $7,758
''SIIEEP AND LAMI18-Recolpts. 1.500
head; market, steady; wethers, J5.254j5.73,
ewes, $4.40416.25! lambs, $7.6038.60.
S4. Joseph Live -Mock Mnrket.
BT. JOSEPH. 1Hp Feb. H.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
3,000 head; market steady;
steers, J6.764I8.60: cows and heifers, $3.76
8.50; calves, $5.60t10.00.
HOGS Receipts, 9,000 head; market 15
30o higher; top, J8.1G; bulk, JS.004i8.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 8,000
head; market steady; lambs, J7,5041?8.74.
Stock In SlKht.
Receipts of live stock at tlte ulx prin
cipal western markets yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 6.800 18,000 16.UX)
St. Joseph 3.0W
Mllwnnkee Grain Mnrket.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Keb. 11. WHEAT
No. 1 Wrthcrn, 924563c; No. 3 norther.i,
90R03o: No. 3 hard winter, 03H9H4cs
May, 91Hc; May, WSic.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 49c; No. 3 white.
60c; No. 3, 48Mr484c; May. 63Hc, July,
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