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IlKATi KSTATI? FA KM A ttASCU LANDS Foil SALE Minnesota, e,.liiC1ipAF1C-ml,M trom Mm. Jieapolls. Hi milts from a good railroad town; part under cultivation, balance SJ55It wnd Pa1"1" and: good soil; fS2S !5hl-ro.ora ho"", worth W.000- yS&l?'??' cPrn crl)l1' calu hed machine sheds, etc; 14 cows. 20 head ot chickens, complete set farm machinery ?Bl& wfoni'. . M tona of hay l,b,kUl.e?rn' 150 hela mixed ImS' i!fshJls Ptt: n fact, every- e iRi' ,oKt'ff thousands of acres I&H nu.2,a?difwc" ,mP-ovl lands In tho SMterniin' no"heMtrn ami south MtttU nnd .hi1ai ,,BO jut over lands, at roiau ana wholesale prices. Irlce ami terms reasonable. Vrlto us for Hats JS'W wanted In Iowa) III W and Nebraska. Stewart Land r ' New York Llfo RldMlnnellsjn Mlmiari. a,,18 for SBle 3 loviu 13 monthly buys 40 acres good tlmbor land, iieir title. J. 11. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon, ill. Nebrnaicm. .&.1SilI-B368 J1, .5od fon,1 house, orchard, farm land, hay, pasture, wood water. IrlcoM per a. Part cash. Part time, Lars Dartelson, Butte. Neb. North Uakou, FOB SALE-3 Big Tour 30-K. P. gai tractors with 8, 10 or 13 bottom John Deere engine gang plow- outfits good as new, at on-half ot cost price. Sea or wrlto W. L. Hackney, Trior and Uni versity Aves.. St. Paul, Minn. Texas .TEXAS SCHOOL LAND OPENING sillilon acres coming aa market. ll.So to Jo acre: 3c acre cash, bal. 40 years. Ad vance Information and map, 4o postage Journal Publishing Co.. Houston. Texas Tcaine-saec. GOOD farms for sale on 1. C. It. H, IS mllef, north Memphis, Tenn: best lo cation for diversified farming In south. Wrlto for list. J. a. Hall & bon. Coving ton. Tenn, WhshtnKton. WASHINGTON WANTS YOU. Ask Bureau Statistics and Immigration of Stato of AVashlngton for free official Home Seekers' Guide- Contains detailed Information by counties showing farm ing opportunities, general resaurces, land etatisUcs. This Bureau sells no land. Wrltj I. M. Howell, Commissioner, Dept. 18. Olympla. Wash. Wlieunna. Upper Wisconsin Best dairy and general crop state, la the union. Settlors wanted. Landa for a.l at low prices, on easy terms. Ask lor booklet. 34 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant. Stato -acres wanted. Wrlva cbout our grazing lands If Interested In fruit lands ask for booklet on apple orchard tn Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., boo (Line By.. Minneapolis. Minn. OFFICIAL publications concerning boil climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed free to those addressing Wisconsin SU.t Hoard of Immigration. Capitol 1000, Mad:, aon. 'Wis . "Wyoming:. NEW LAND OPENING. The readers of Tho Omaha Bco aro here by notified that we whl soon open for .sale and settlement a new tract of twenty-five thousand acres of the choicest land. In the Golden Prairie district of ."Wyoming. A reliable farmer representa tive, wanted In every county. Write aa orice for llteraturo and full particulars. THE FEDERAL LAND AND SECURI- . , TIES COMPANY. "Dept. P, 100 West 17th Bt., Cheyenne, Wyu. , . . REAL ESTATE LOANS ""tlOO to' 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. fn vj., Vlll.n-will .Ult 6 Ua - aitt-au uranaeis uneater uuildlng WANTED City loans. Peters Truat Co. GABVIN BROS. b&f!&S& 1 FABM anc city, loans made promptly. Wm. McCormlck, 1201 Farnam. Bed 1005. i REAL ESTATE LOANS. MONEY on hand at lowest rates for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property in any amounts. I. W. BINDER, City National Bank Bldg. CITY property. Large loans a specialty. W." H. Tlioma. 2j- State Bank Bldg. WANTED City Joans and warrants. W; Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam 6t. CITY and farm loans. 6, 6H. 0. J. 11. Dumont & Co.. lnos Farnam. Omaha. HARRISON & MORTON. S16 Om. Nat OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'ICEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., 1018 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715. REAL ESTATId WANTED. LIST your house with Osborne Realty Co. Over 100 sales In 1913. Call Doug, las 1474. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E. (272) 160 A., 8 miles southwest of Grant, Neb., Perkins county, 40 A. broken land. t Land and sod houso and well, but im provements gono now. Price SIS per acre. Mtg., 11.100; trado for Florence property, (2777320 acres, improved farm, Ed munds Co., S. D 4 miles from town; 175 acres In cultivation; land level, soil good, improvements small, but good. Price, 19.600. Enc, 13,900; 6 per cent. Owner wants SO acres near Dodge, Neb. (279) 15 acres, joining .town of Snyder, Dodge Co., Neb. Good Improvements; all. fenced; bride yard and all equip ments on place. Must be seen to be ap predated.. Price 110.000. Clear. Trade for good land, (2S5) 10 acres ot fine Oregon land, one mile from town. Price 11,000. To ex change. (292) 163-acro farm, 3 miles 8. E. of Hugglna, Texas Co., Mo. 6-room house 700 bearing apple trees; rents for ot hay and H ot grain. Price 135 per acre Enc 11,000. Will trade for anything worth the money. J. A. ABBOTT & COMPANY, 4SS State Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb. EIGHT lots on 32d and Charles, North; 16W to 11,000 for corner, 10 per cent down, small monthly payment. Largo lot on 27th St , north of dimming, JGM. Two fine lots, S.-E. corner 38th and Seward. Address the owner at 401 City Notional Bank. Omaha, Neb. GOOD LAND for your business. Bust ness. Exch., 300 Om, Nat. Bk. Doug. 1SG0. TO TRADE Quarter section first-class Kimball county land tor email tract near Omaha. J 154. Bte. SCO ACRES good unimproved land tn Kit Carson county, Colorado. Priced right; no Inflated values. Incumbrance 14,800, drawing 7 per cent Interest. My equity, 13,640, would trade for good Income city property or small stock of merchandise. Might consider a good automobile up to 11,600. What have you to offer? Ad dress Y 445. Bee. WANTED TO BUY. Highest prices paid for furniture. D.271. WANTED-600 CARS 8CRAP IRON AND BONES. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR RUBBER AND METAL. CASH paid promptly upon receipt WRITE for prices and shipping tags. SONKBN GALAMBA IRON & METAL COMPANY. (Largest dealers west ot the Mississippi.) Kansas City, Kan. DAMOND to 1 karat. State partlc. Ulan first letter. Adress O-ltf, care Bee. GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Armour Grain Company is Feature of Day's Trading. CORN BULLS ARE CONFIDENT nellerr that Price" Aro 4Joln to Continue tlpwardHonrvfr, Ailranco No NeTf Theories on Conditions. OMAHA. March 3. "1914. The strong and steady hand of the Armour Grain company was the feature, as well as the factor, In the wheat and corn markets yesterday. Upon close ob servance it was seen that tho Kims ot tho big La Salle street concern nro leveled at tho shorts In July wheat and Mnv corn. Whether the gunners will ue able to dislodge the larger profession als In those grains Is a question, hut there are many who bellovo that the Armour gunners will forco the shorts to lower their colors. And. while the July future Is DoInK held f.nK ,n tMe wheat pit. there Is a pos Blbillty of tho May ruling weak. The former will havo many friends, while tho latter will Bhow a lack ot support because of fact that tho big holder m. the May futuro Is willing to get out around tho present level. There Is a big shortage in July wheat, and the short age In May corn Is said to be quite liberal. Advances of Ho to Ho were made In corn, and tho feeling was nulto strong, with resting spots only a little below tho best prices reached. Tho Indian report on wheat as sent to Liverpool by cable was bearish and tho report of tho opening of navigation on tho Danube, which It la expected will bring freer Russian offerings, was also bearish. Steadiness In corn was a help to the pats market. The cash trade In oats, as in others, was small. Cash oats were Ho to Mc higher. There was some Investment buying In May pork and lard, and shorts were also In tho market. Packers were sup. posed to be on both sides of meats anad lard. The Increasing weight of hogs and the poor export showing wero bearish features In lard. Corn unchanged to lo higher. It was the gossip of wheat trade last night that May and July were to work closer together In case news continues tho same as yesterday, tho slow milling and export demand for tho cash article causing scattered holders to get out nd take the buying side of July, now that the crop scare season seems to be at hand. The best posted Interests In Lie trade are Inclined to scout damage rj pons at this season, as there has ucon ho growing weather and winter when generally looks dull and dead after com lng out from under tho snow. It was tho general belief that values, however, wero to hold close to tho present lovol, as the market was a merchandising one and considerable would depend upon the tono of IJvcrpool cables. The heavy sell ing of May by King Farnum yesterday was attributed by some as for tho Ar mour Grain company. Cash wheat was unchanged. Corn bulls were confident of their po sition last night and believed that prices would work still higher, especially for tho May. although they had no now the ories to advance. A number thought they saw evidence of a better eastern demand. as weather In that section is such as to cause Increased consumDtlon and stocks are light. It has been the gossip for some time past that tho east was holding off, due to favorable weather, which allowed them to buy lit a hand-to-mouth manner, as they could get the corn quickly from Chicago In case th'ey needed It, and now that traffic conditions have become less favorable a. rush of buying was antici pated. At tho same time bears could boo little on which to base claims ot higher prices nnd believed corn won a sale on every upturn, especially July and Sep tember. It was thtf impression In soma quarters that the leading bulls had. sold a fair quantity ot May under cover nt 674c. Clearances were 3,000 bushels ol com, 80,000 bushels or oats and wheat and flour equal tosC44,000 bushels. Liverpool closed HOHd higher on whtat and unchanged to d lower on corn. Primary wheat receipts, were . 714,000 bushels and shipments wero 526,000 bush els, against receipts last year ot 815,000 bUBhels and shipments ot 402,000 bushels. Primary cofrt receipts wero 1,024,00a bushels and shipments were 679,000 bush els, against rocelpts last year of 1,037,006 bushels and shipments of 978,000 bushels. Primary oats receipts were 724,000 bushels and shipments were 635,000 bush els, against receipts last year ot C6S,000 bushels and shipments of 730,000 bushels. These sales were reported today: Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, 86c; 2 cars 85c; 1 car, 85t4c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, 84Hc No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 84c. Corn No. 3 white: 2 cars, COtfc: No. 4 white: 1 car, BSJo; 2 cars, 58Hc. No. 2 yellow: 1 car, 63c; 4 cars, C2V4c. No. S yellow; 1 car, 62Hc; C cars, 61c: 4 cars, GOHo; 1 car, 60Uc; 7 cars. COc: 7 cars. 5914c. No. 4 yel low: 1 car, COc; 1 car, SQWc; 2 cars, CSUc; 4 cars, C9c: 2 cars, tSc, 1 car (rotten), C7Hc. No. 3 mixed: 6 cars, GOV&c: 3 cars, 60c; 3 cars, Ettttc; 4 cars, roc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, COc; 2 cars, 68c; 1 car, GSVfce. No grade. 1 car, 55c. Oats-No. 3 white, 1 car, 3$ttc; 1 car, 384c. Omaha CaBh Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard, &iSWAc; No. 3 hard. 86Q6Hc: No. 4 hard, 79V4g84Hc: No. '3 spring, S6Q87c; No. 4 spring, 83tt4Uc; No. 2 durum, S4V4 gS5o; No. 3 durum. 83W581C Corn: No. 2 white, 6O061c: No. 3 white, 60U60c: No. 4 white, C7G?GS&c: No. 2 yellow, 62V41P 63c; No. 3 yellow, 59U62ttc; No, 4 yel low, 57t4eS0c: No. 2. 608c; No. 3, 59WJ 60Vic; No. 4. C7H69c; no grade. 56c. No. 2 white, 39J4Q399ic: standard, 3939Vlc; No. 3 white, SSViSSWc; No. 4 white, 37' 38c. Barley: Malting, 6360c; No. 1 feed. 40050c. Rye: No. 2, CTHSfiSc: No.' 3, 57 67HC CARLOT ItECEIPTS. Wheat.Corn.Oats, Omaha , 3S St. Louis 34 Chicago 94 Kansas City 44 Winnipeg 327 Minneapolis 333 Duluth 62 62 43 5 63 223 29 351 162 X- CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Features of the Tradinur nml Closing Price on llonril of Trade. CHICAGO, March 3. Speculators sold hnVA flhnwn In nnmn rtnl.i . 1 - ' " ., ... nuiiig IJIlic, VIJII1IUUB UY crop experts that tho plant Is entering' ei'iiiii, wmi me oest promise in many years took attention away from scatter ing advices ot damages. The close was weak, .HeVic to Tio under last night Corn finished Hc down, oats off HQ4c and provlslonH varying from a shade o- Wheat prices at first were Inclined to WANTED TO HUNT. WANTED Basement flat or unfur nished basement room. Address, N 150. Bee. LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST .... ,w "uu.o viiiniim OHIP mileage and shrinkage. Your consign- iiiviii-B ici.ctv pruiuiu anu carexui alien Live Stock L'ouiniliilou Merchants. MARTIN BROS. & CO., Exchange Bldg. LEGAL NOTICES. Election fiotlcc. January 23d, 1914. THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mis souri Pacific Railway company will be held at tho general office ot the company, In the city of St. Louis, Missouri, on Tues day, March 10, 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the election of thirteen directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of any other business that may come be fore said meeting. The annual meeting of the directors will be held at the same office on the same day at 12 o'clock, noon. The transfer books will be closed on Mon day, February 2d, 1914, at 3 o'clock p, m and will bo reopened on Wednesday. March tt, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m. The Missouri Pacific Railway Company By B. P. BUSH, , President. f A If. CALEF, Secretary advance, owing lo higher cables and be cause of continued complaints ot winter killing, chiefly at plaees In Missouri, Ne braska and Kansas. 8upport gave out. however, and the market had a sharp setback after one of tho best Informed authorities In tho trade went on record with a statement that winter wheat as a whole had Improved In condition two polnta slnco December 1 and that Wis consin and Iowa wero tho only exceptions to an nil around gain. Estimate that farm reserves are nearly 4,000,001) bushola larger than a year ago led to Increased selling pressure on wheat during tho last part of the day. There also wns much undoing of spreads be tween tho July nnd the May deliveries. Longs In May unloaded. Corn suffered n bearish reaction ns a. result of tho break In wheat and In con-1 sequence of figures showing that tho siock nero naa greatly enlarged in me last week. Considerable buying was done cany on mo ineory mai mo wosi wouiu show a lighter movetijent and that the east would Increase demands. Oats swayed with corn. A fulling off In the vlslblo supply was nppnrenly Ignored. In provisions, the large stocks here were offset by the fact that hog receipts turned out tinexiectedly small. Besides the world's supply of lard failed to gain at a rate equal to that ot tho corresponding time a year ago. Quotations closed as follows: Artlclel Open.l Hlgh.l Low. Close, Safy. Wheat Mny. July. Corn. May. July. Oats. May. July. Pork, Mav. July. Lard. May. July. Ribs. May. 93N 94fc US 3 67'4 67S 66H 7N 4014 40H 40U 40H 21 3 21 35 21 45 21 20 10&7H 10 i 10 77H 10 75 11 37H 11 r,i 11 50 11150 ,iuiy. Chicago Cash Prices Wheat! No. S red. ftHo; No. 3 red, 93Hr94c; No. 2 hard. 934? 93Uc; No. 3 hard, y2892ip; No. 2 north ern, 94Hc; No. 9 northern. 9394Ho; No. 2 spring. 94Hf5ttc; No. 3 spring. 92HW 94tic Corn: No. 3 old, 66ttc; No. 3. 61V4W 62V4c; No. 3 white. CjHc; No. 3 yellow, 62Hij4c. Oats: No. 2 white. 4lV44t42c; No. 3 white. 39HfMoc; standard. 40iW41c. Rye; No. 2. 62ttc. Barley: 604f70o. Peed: Timothy, S3.7G0S.2u; clover, J10.7&H13.7S, Provisions: Pork. 121.33; lard, 310.35; ribs, J10.621ttl .11.25. ni'TTKR Irregular; orcamcrles, 234J30C KGGS Higher; receipts, .G3 cases; at mark, cases Included. 27fI:Sc; ordinary firsts. 27C27HC; firsts. 2Sffl2SV4e. CHKESl-.Stcady; daisies, 17Q17Uc; twins, 17UTttl7Hc; Americas, l'XQlsc; long horns, 184Stl8Wc. potatoes Lower; receipts, 33 cars; Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, red, WiWOc; Michigan, Minnesota and Wiscon sin, white, 6351680. POULTRY Irregular; springs, 164c; fowis, 16cc. NEW YORK OF.XnilAI. 31.VHKET Quotations of the Day tin Vnrlnas Commodities!. NEW YORK. March 3. FLOUR Quiet; spring patents. 14.00(34.75; win ter straights. 4.20ij:4.3o; winter pat erts, S4.4O04.75; spring clears. J4.10y4.23; extra No. 1 winter, J3.5j33.7o; extra No. 2 winter, S3.25Q3.EO; Kansas straights, 14. 1004.20. WHEAT Snot, barely steady: No. 2 hard winter, 11.01, c. 1. f. to arrive; No, 2 red, 11.044t elevator domestic; No. 1 northern Duluth. 11.01. f. o. b. afloat. opening navigation; No. 1 northern Mani toba, n.ui, f, o. b. ariout. Futures, easy. May. 11.02: July, 9714c. HOPS Quiet: state, common to choice. 1913. 40845c; 1912. 20024c: Pacific coast.1913, ZUW24C; 191Z. 193T31C. HIDES Firm l B6gota. 82fl33c: Central America, S2o. PETROLEUM Steady; refined. New York. bulk. 15.25: barrels. 18.75: case. 111.25. WOOL Steady; domwtto fleece, XX Ohio, 27c, CORN SdoL steady: new. No. 3 yellow. 70V4c, c. 1. f to arrive. OATS spot, quiet; standard white, 46 J4Hc; No. 3, 45&S16a; fancy clipped white, 46lSV4c HAY-Steady; standard. 97Hc.00; No. 1. 11.02HS1.06; No. 2. 90flc; No. 3, 80 4JS5c. PROVISIONS Pork . market steady; mess. 123.00it23.50: family, t2t.00dr26.00: hort clears. 120.20ffl22.00. Beef, steady; mess, 118.0018.50; family, 119.0020.0). Cut meats, steady: pickled belllea. 10 to 14 pounds, 113.00914.60: pickled hams, 114.50. Lard, steady; middle west, H0.4510.56; re fined, easy; continent. 1U.0&: south America, 111.76; compound, quiet; 18.25 (8837. tallajw cjuiet: city, oc; country, 6fi6Xc: special. 7Hc. BUTTEB Steady; receipts, 5,900 tubs; creamery extras, 3mtffl2c; firsts, 28ft 31c; held extras, 29&30c; process extras, 22M623C CHEESE Firm: receipts, MOO boxes; state whole milk fall and summer white specials. lSftlSKc; colored. l&lSttc; win ter made specials, 17U017Ho. EGGS Unsettled: recclnts. 9.S00 cases: fresh gathered extras, 3232 Vic; extra firsts, 3lHc; nearby hennery, whites, 33c. POULTRY Drwised. steady: fresh killed western chickens, l&325c; fowls. 144J18cj turkeys, 1825c. Knnsna City Grntn nml Provisions. KANSAS CITY. March 3. WHEAT No. 2 hard, 89J90Hc; No. 2 red, 904ft 91Hc. CORN-No. 2 mixed, 64Mc; No. 3. 62c; No. 2 white. 67CSc; No. 3, 62Z64c. OATS No. 2 white, 4tc; No. I mixed, 40c. Closing prices of futures: XH,J5ATTMay' 87'4e87Hc: July. 82ftc. SSJi1 H6Jc : July, 68'ic. BUTTER Creamery. 29c; firsts, 28c: seconds, 26c; packing, 18c, SSHS1,8' Wc; seconds. 20c. POULTRY-Sprlngs. 15c; hens. 14c. Sllnnenpolls Grain Market. y.WAP0".8' ,Mlr'"' March 3.-JuiT-0- ,,ar(J.'u 31o: No' 1 northern. N,0 3 "ofthern, Kt91c; No. 3. 864SSHcj May, 91,4c; July. 92ic FLOUR-Unchanged. ' BARLEY (4 63c. RYE-65H5J56HC BRAN Unchanged. CORN No. 3 yellow, 67fl5714c OATS-No. 3 white. 37U5J37WC. FLAX-ll.G4X(glJ6T;: St. LnoU (Irnernl 3fnrUp. 8.T,J'&FIB'..Mnrch 3-WHEAT-No. 2 CORN No. 2, G5Wig66c: No. 2 white 6Sc May CSH,o: July. esUCWicT OA.TS-NO. 2, 41UMlV4c; No S white 41H?: May. 4QVic; July. 40c. " " WhU'' ill. L 62c. Liverpool Grnln MurU-rt. LIVERPOOL. March 3. WHEAT-Spot firm; No. 2 red western winter. 7s 6d; No 1 Manitoba, 7s Cd; No. 2, 7s Dd. Futures steady; March, 7s 4!4d; May, 7s 4'td; July! IB Svad SSSNTSp?,f ,8tead.v: American mixed. S X;Maudturea'UaJy; s,Brch- OIIji and Iloaln. KB,,y. VORK, March 3.-COTTONHEKD ilnarJJ 'X.:. f '" 'l3; JUI TURPENTINE-Qulet; machine bar rels, 47c. n.S,AVASNAH' aa" March 3. TURPEN TINE Firm at 45c; sales. 154 bbls.; re ceipts, 86 bbls.; shipments, 341 bbl..' stocks, 15.235 bbls. ROSIN Firm; sales, 423 bbls.: recelpU. 1.119 bbls.; shipments. 4.400 bbls.; stocks. 115,335 bbls. Quotations: A, II, C, D and E. 13.90; F and O. 13.93; H, 14.00; I, 1. 0. wwV'6:45w' 5 00; N ,180; WOt ,so': Metal ftlarliet. NEW YOHK, March 3. METALS Lead quiet at 13 9SQ106; London, 20, Spelter easy at 15.2MjS.33; London 21 7 id. Cop per nominal; standard spot to April. l!.Wfj;14.50. electrolytlr. 11114.874; lakp nominal; casting, 14.37H14.C2. Tin dull; spot, 137.9&HS8.22: May, 13S.12H3S.rA Anti mony dull; Cookson's, 17.23. Iron quiet and unchanged. Ixjndon prices- Copper steady; spot 64 2s d; futures, C4 12s Cd, Tin steady; spot, 175 It. Iron, Cleveland warrants. Ma 4Kd. ST. LOriH. March 3. METALS-Iad stronger at 13.90BX92H. Spelter nominal at 1S.156S.20. Kvnporated Aiplei nnd Dried Fruit NEW YOIUC. March 3. EVAPORATED AIILH8 Quiet. DnlED Fill IT Prunes, firm apricots, firm peaches, steady raisins, quiet, chelae 7 to fanry seeded, 1,f7He 9IU !i 9M, S9H 8SH 67H 6S 67H 67 67U 664 40i 41 40i 40H 40H 40 21 43 21 SO 21 33 21 tO 21 57U 21 45 10 CO 10 62U 10 57H 10 77H 10 82ik 10 77V4 It 42',i 11 43 11 3714 U 521i 11 57H 11 N NEW YORK jiMK MARKET Exchange Transactions, Better Than Day Before, Still Small. EFFECTS OF STORM YET FELT London Prices for American Shares Lower mid There- Is Moderate Amount of .Selllna for Forelgrn Account, NEW YORK, March 3. Stock exchange transactions today, while on a larger oasis man yesterday, were still au normally small. The financial district had not recovered from tho effects of the Storm. Movements of thn Imiwirlmi! stocks wero small and the undertone was good. Nono ot the leaders moved morn than a fraction nbovo or below yestcr day's close. Sir Edward Grey's stati ment on Mexican affairs was construed favorably by the bulls and unfavorabl) by the bears, and came to naught aa a market factor. or the Influences Immediately sur rounding the market., most attention wns given to the decidedly poor showing of mo rauroaus ror January. The growing sensitiveness of railroad storks tn IliU condition of affairs was Indicated Ay New York's Central's weakness yester day and by New Haven's dccllno today New Haven sold at (V"H, the lowest fig ure In the history of the company. last monin it was marked up to 78, after sell ing at 65k In December on the ntLssInc of the dividend. London prices for American stocks were lower nnd there was n ihnilrrntn nmniini of selling here for foreign account. Tho only Important movements today wero in a tew or me less active shares. Can adian Pacific, Influenced by foreign sell ing, waa heavy throughout the day. Ex press stock were again strong, Adams Express showing a 5-point Advance. Bonds were steady. Sales, par valuo. (2.570.000. United States bonds wern Uli. changed. Number of sales nnd leading quotations on stocks vero as follows; Amilomtttd Corner ... 7. W0 U Tl'4 7JS Amrncan Agricultural American l'ft Svitar. Amarlcsn Pan .. 1.000 :V S9t American Pan pfd American 0. K 41)0 400 i. aw tot. a son MS 4t4 30 Amarlcan Cotton till... Am. Ice Bccurltlra,,.., American l.lnw1 American I)comatlv . American 8, A It American S. & It. ptd. Amer. Humr lletlnlnf.. American T, A T...... American Tobacco ...... Anaconda Mtolni Co.. Atrhlaon Atchison plJ Atlantlo Coait Line..., Palllmor a Ohio..,,.. Dtthlehem Bteel Iirooklm napld Tr.... Canaitlait l'aclllc ...... Central Leather ....... Cheaapeaae A Ohio..., Phlcaso O, W Cnlcaso. M. A Kt. P.. Chtcisn A K. W Colorado l'uel V. Iron. Csnaolldnted Oaa Corn I'ruductt Delaware St Hudion... Dtnter A Kto Orande.. 4( 10' 4 3H Jfo 7H ' zoo lotu loin ion, 104 ta COO lMVi 120 2 31 H M, looH 111, t 1'H 400 SSI, 3'S WO P4T MH 400 101S 101 TOO SIS S1U 1.400 JS 3t, :.,vw jti :s 1,1 t.m iosta 20iu tos'i WIU 31W Jl IIH wo 904 CJH 111 101 134 3li 111', It 1 13 33(1 !? 41 H 37 14CV 117U 35. 1MU ll'.i 210 134 134 too mi mi Denrer A It. O. ptd.... . niatlllcra' lecurllles .... Krle i:rle lat pfd Krle 2d prd General Klectrlo Great Northern Ptd Great Northern Ore ctta. Illinois Central InterhorouKh Met Inter. Met. prd International llarveater.. lnttr.Marlnet ptd ,. International Taper Inttraatlonal Pomp Kanus City Southern... Laclede (In , Lehlsh Valley Loularllle A Naahvllle., M., Ht. V. A rj. rite. M. Mlaaourl. K. it T Mlaaourl Pacific National Dlacult National Lead N. It. IL ot M. 24 ptd.. New Turk Central N. Vi. O, 6 W Norfolk ft Western North American Northern Pacific Pacltlo Mall I..., Prntujlranla People's Qui 1'.. a., C. A St. I, ritteburfhm Coal ....... Preaaed BImI Car Tullman Talare Car Heedlnc Ilepubllc Iron Steel... Republic I. A H. pfd..., Ilock Inland Co nock I aland Co. pfd.... Bt. L A 8. V. Sd ptd... Seaboard Air Line....,,,. Meaboard A. L. pfd ffloae-aheffleld ff. I,., Southern Pacific ........ Southern Railway Ho. Hallway pfd.... Tenneaaee Copper ....... Teiai & Pacific Union Pacific Union Paclllc pfd United Btatei Ura'.tjr.,.. United Htatea llubber.,.. United Statea Httel V. B. Hteel pfd Utah CuDPep 1,700 2,3)0 JO :'4 7 400 1I7U HI oo ins in 7M 3 3t; H 300 Ml, U Ct4 0 1MH 1M. ion; 10 Vi I A 109 21 i'Mh iio" ST 141U K''4 is&H 131 II 13114 4H 11 400 tl 4,000 WVi tlH 400 V2i 10J', 113 ,, 13 1,10 H2H nn. in 'i'.ioo 'iii'i itiu iim i m aoo :m sou toK Vi 154H 10,400 ltati 16IH It! .3 II COO (00 IK IS Ml ? 50?i 14 32 Mi SMi IH 400 (4U i,'ioo 700 55 . 3i it 7,000 1.114 1IIH 1MU 200 14 14 14 M 1.400 SOU Mttj UK 13,900 lH 64'i 4U oo no, lion imi 1,600 Mi 14 Mli 31 :::::: ::::: ? Va. Carolina chemical ,, Wabash wabaah prd Weitern Mat-rUnd ...... Weatern Union WMtlnehauae Klectrlo ... Jtu K3U ml 4 4114 M. M 300 Mli 43 Wheellnc A Ink Erie Chlno Copper N. Y.. N. H. H , liar Con. Copper 10 42 7 4ti 651i 10V4 Z0 Total aalea for the day. 1U.000 aharea. New Yorlc Money Mnrket. KEW YOIIK. Marclt 3. MONEY Call. steady; 141W per cent; rullnar rate. 1?. per cent; Closing diu, per cent. Time loans, nrm; sixty uays, ixdj prr cent: ninety days, a-i per cenx; six months, 3i43 per cent. MERCANTILE I'Al'icit ar444Vi per cent STEIILINO EXCHANGE-Steady! sixty days, 14.8375; demand, 14.&90; commercial UI11S. 4.SJ. SILVEIl-Bar, 6";c; Mexican dollurs, 45e. , I30NDS Government, steady; railroad, steady, ClOHinc quotations on bonds today were as follows: U. S. ref. 2a. res... I.K. C Bo. ref. In... 01 do coupon ., IM.U B, dab. 4a. 1131,. I1H U. B, 3a. res 103 L A N. unl. 4a 04 do coupon lot M. K. A T. lat 4a. M V. a. U, nt 1UK Mo sen. 414..,..., 1314 do coupon 113 Mo. Pacific 4a GO Panama 3a coupon.. 102 do roar. I 7114 Ainer. At. (... ..mil n. u. li. oi M. lVi i A. T. . T. cr. 4., II N. V. C. r. liia.... It Am. Tobacco la,. ..Ill da deb. 4a till! Annour & co. ', J -.N. T. n. II. i 11. Atchlion sen. i....n cr, Jlia 71 d ct. 4i. 1M0.... 17 "N. A W. In, c. 4i V. 'do cr. ,ui "oo cr. 4 lot A. C. U lit 4... Ual. Ohio 4a,..., do IVie Hrook, Tr. cv. 4. Cen. ot (la. la.,,. . I3SN0. Pacific 4a K'i . M do la (IU . M t. 8. U rfde. 4 . Sl'i . Si I'eno. cr. Ilia, Hit. J .104 ilo con. 4a lot Cen. Iatlilr U... Chea. A Ohio 41ia. do tonr. 4Ha Uilraao A. 31ia. C. U. A Q. 1, 4a... I Heeding sen. 4a.. . 414 M'i -d. U & s. r. tt 4a 7MI W do sen. U OO M ISX. U H, W. c. 4a.. 7141 K14B. A. U ad, ...... 7714 3UBo. Pac. col. 4a.. .. lit. do sen. ti. f!Mi8Pi 4H. 102 da cr. 4i 171! f It. I. A V. t. 4 4VS do let ref. 4a. . . . 911. do rfa. 4 7114 80. Itallwar la lC&u r & 8. r A 41i. 12 do a.n. u 0. It. cr. 4i..., W Union Pacific 4a.... VI D. A It. 0. ret. la. WtU do cr. 4i II UUttllera' la .. 14 do let aV ref. U.. tl Erie p. 1. 4a HHP. H UubUe, e....!U3 do Ken. 4a 71!, U. B. Bteel 2d ta....I024a do er. 4a, aer. II.. 74V.-Ci Chera. la lli III. Cen. lit r. 4a.. IHt WaUali lat ei. 4a IT llnfer Met. 4V4. ... 7714 Weatern Md. 4a... . 7ft Inter. M. M. 414... f.lUWett. Klec. cr. la., vl'l Japan 4H H'i'Wl.. Central 4i...l2 Illd. Offered. Loral Kacurlllr. Quotallone hirnlahed br tlurna. Brlnker A Co.. 443 Omaha National bank building: II. Aiked. Auburn. Neb., t. 1K3 SV loovi lieatrlce Creamery, pfd , 1214 U Detroit Edlaoa la. 1J3 1014. J 02 Deere & Co,, pfd It Dm Molnea, In., Hchool Hi: liilf... 1001, 1011. Kort Bmllh U A T. Ce. 1114 17 19 Palrmont Creamery 7 per cent ptd IO0U 101U Kou.ton. Tax.. 4Ki. 1133 103 103. bi Hill County. Teiaa, Hoad la HI 100 Iowa It. A U la. Hi: , I M Kantae O. B. 7 par lent pfd Mia 111 lit Mate, T. T. atotk IVi lit; Macon Co., Mo,, Iter. it. IK! 102. lMta McCeok. Nab.. Is. HIT Vi 100 Omaha Oaa it. ml II II City of Omaha 414a, 1M4 JMli 16! !j Omaha A I II. tl Ry. li, U:l II IT Omaha A C. U. Hi Ry. pfd I1U UVi rortULBd. fire.. 4H. 1132 101 V 101.07 Seattle Hchnol la. 1912 102 103 8Ihu flly fi.rrlce 4a. HIT 100 lOlVl Bloux City Block Ytrda pfd 17 31 Koulh Omaha City t't. lilt 102H ion, flltt A Co it. 1144 II IT - Ban Dleso, I'al . S. 1). U, 1IJS 102TJ 113.3 Halt Lade School 4a. 1130 IS H Union Stock Yarda (tok, Omaha., . 97 li 19 Utah Por A I.libt Co. It. 1141.... 14 It a Cotter 31nrlil. NEW YORK. March 3. COFFEE Steady Kuropeuii rubles and smaller In terior Santos ri-a-IPt inspired scatter Intr demand In coffee today and first prices were fixe to clKht points higher. Reactions to about last night's closing followed under liquidation, easier closing from Havre nnd bearish statistics, but tho market firmed up again on covering nnd hull support with mo close firm, 4fTin- net higher Hales. 1MW nags. March. S.Ste; May, .93c; July. .lSc; Sep tember. 9.3Sc. October. f.40c: December. !.49c, January. 9.Jfe. Spot market, steady: mo is, dr; cnntos ts, ii'e. aiiui, quiet; Cordova, lSIAHo, nominal. OMAHA OKNKIIAI. MAIIKKT, ntlTTER No. 1, l-lb cartons, 50c Net L tO-lb. tubs. 30c. CHEESE Imported Swtss. 30o; Ameri can Swiss, 21c; block Swiss, 23?; twins, loo; daisies, 20c; triplets. Sue; Young Americas, 21c: blue label brick, ISo; Urn berger, S-lb., 20o; New York white, to FISH While, 16c; trout, lie; largn crap pies, lie: Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad roe, per pair, 40c; salmon, 10c; halibut. Ho; buffalo. So; bullheads. He; channel cat fish, lie; pike, 15c: pickerel, Ue, I'OULTUy-llrollcts, 23c; hens. 14c; eocks, 94c, ducks, 16c; geese. 13c; tur keys, 22ci pigeons, per dos., (120! ducks, full feathered. UVo; eese. full feathered. He; squabs. No. L Jl.toa3.0J; No. 3. Vc. Wholesalo prices ur Deer cuts effective today In Omaha are as follows: 11EKK CUTS Ribs; No. 1, 17Hc, No. 2, 16c; No, 3. l3Uc Loins; No. 1. 19c; No. 2, lo, No. 3, 15c. Chucks: No. I, 11c; No. 2, 10'ic, No. 3. lOc: Hounds: No. 1, lJc; No. 2, 13Uc; No. 3. ISO Plates. No. 1, 9kc; No. 2, 8c; No. 3, SUc The following prices on fruits and vege tables are reported by the Ulllnsky Fruit company: VEGETABLE!"' Potatoes! Genuine lied lltvcr Early Ohio, per bu., 11.00, Rurals or Iturbanks, per bu., SSc: Idaho Rurals, per bu DOc. Sweet potatoes! Per hamper, 11.25; Illinois kiln dried, U.iO. Cabbajte: Holland seed, per lb., 2Hc; red, per lb., 4c; new California, Jo. Onions: Ohio largo Red Globe, per lb., 3c; In diana yellow. 3c; Spanish, per crate, 11.30. Tome iocs 1 uudiu per -oaKoi crate, 14.25. irnuJTB urances: These navels are ot good color, sweet and juicy, quality heat have been seen In years. Extra fancy Sunklst navels, OS, 16, ISO, 16. 200 and 2oO sixes, 12.50; extra fancy Sunklst navels, 250 sue. tw; :ss sixc, 12.40; zi itt. 12.40; Florida Kumquais, par vox. zsc, Appits: , . . . . 1,m ul.t. ...... m T n n . t. . . - C&ll K IUIIWJ ,1 ltBl,ll,,Utl WVllt.llll.il, box, W.7S: White, per box. .2Ji Wlne lana. 12.50: extra fancy Id alio Northern Bpy, OreenlngB or Kings, per box. (2.00; exit a rancy iuano iianjot s, per uox, 11.70; Ron Davis, per bbi.. lo.aj; ttano. 00; Wlnesap, 17.00; Missouri lpptns. W.W. lemons: Extra fancy Sunklst. 3O0s and 360s, per box. 10.00; extra choice Red Rail. 300s and 300s. per box( tn.00: choice. 14.03. Urapcst Imported Malaga, extra, fancy, 17.50; fancy, 17.00. Grapefruit: Florida Tangerines, per box, 12.00; extra rancy Florida, 36, el M; 46 and 96, 1.75; U, C4 and SO, 15.00. Cranberries: Ver box, 14.2. M IHlMtt.LANEOUS California flea. ! 12.01. pkgs.. Sic; 60 6-0. pkgs., 1J.00; black rigs. 12 12-ox. r.Ttgs., 11.00: 7-crown Imported figs, per lb ISo: l-crown Im ported flg. Pr 1U, 130. IJromedary hrand dated. Dkg.. 13.00: Anchor brnml dates', pkg., 12.18; Halowio dktes, per lb., 7Ho Parsnips, per lb., 2o. Carrots, per Ib ro uceis, per id., tc xurnipa, per lb., Zt-'. ituiauaKoai, per lu., me. He. Ciller, per keg, $3.; par halt ubl 15.10. aiiniiots. per dot., coa Pnrlv. Der dox.. 40c. RadlaheaL imp dos., TiOc. Head lettuce, per dox., 11.00; homn-crown leaf lettuce, per dor., 40c. ureen vmi'cib, j'u, wsnv,, uw, a or green beans, per hamper, 15.00. Hot house cuoumDors, per uui., ..w. waunuower, per crate, 12.25. Venetian garlic, per lb., 12Hc. Eggplant, per dor.. 11.50. Horse radish, 2 dor. bottles In case, per case, 12.00. Walnuts. No. 1 soft shell. Per lb.. 19o. Medium pecans, per lb., He; Jumbo pocans. per lb., 15c. Filberts, per lb., ISo. brake almonds, per lb., lie. Uracils, per lb., 18c Rlack walnuts, per lb., 2o, Raw No. . reanuts, per lb., Tc; Jumbo peanuts, per lb. tic: roasted peanuts, per lb., She. Shellbark hickory nuts, per lb., 6c; large hick' y nuts, per lb., 4c. White lite popcorn, per lb., 4c. Checkers, per 100 pkg. case, $3.60; por 60-pkg. case, $1.75. Cocoanuts, per sack, $5,60; each, 6c, Chestnuts, Imported Italian, per lb., 10c; sack or bbl. lots, 9c. Honey, white clo ver, zi-section case, per case. t&au. Co ft tm Market. NEW YORK. March 3. COTTON Fu tures closed barely steady; March, 13.03c; l.,. ,f im. . iiti.. re... , i , ,m i.i ,1 r.t . u.u, ,,,PV, u.i.jr, ,..vuv. aufiuitii ,.v, October, 11730c; December, 11.34c; spot, unlet: middling. 13c! gulf. 13.25c. Market closod barely steady, 1) to 16 points not lower. LIVERPOOL, March l-COTTPN-8pot In fair demand; prices steady; middling fair. 7.67d: good middling. 7.3 W: middling. 7.03d; low middling, 6.67d; good ordinary, o.soa; orinary, o.jou. naies, b,uuv oaics. Omaha liny Mnrkei. OMAHA. Feb. 26.-PRAin!K IIAY-No. 1. choice to upland, $10.6011.60: No. S. 18.0Oa-10.00: No. 3, S0.0OTJ3.00; No. 1, to choice midianc. jiu.wuii.w; p.n. t, S.WV10.00; No. 3, $6.O04JS.O0: No. 1, to choice lowland, $7.00 8.00: IVO. I, YS.WiSi.W, tiO, z, 11.038.00. STRAW Choi le. oat or rye. t8.00fflil.fi0- cholco wheat, 33.00i35.50. ALFALFA Choice. pea-green, fine stem. I13.OOJI14.00; No. 1. $1L001S.CU; No. . P.OOiril.OO; No. 3, $7.00f9.00. Dry flnuiU ainrkft. NEW YORK. March l-DRV OOODa . Cotton goods markota were quiet and sieauy tooay. varns were uuii. Men t! wear prices ruled firm. Silks offered fo? fall have been advanced Zb per cent In some tending lines. CHICAGO LIVI2 STUCK M.VIIKICT Catle Mtrnily to Hlronic -llos Un rttled. CHICAGO. March 3.-CATTL15-Ite-celpts. 4,000 head; market, steady to stromr: beeves. 17.2Mi9.25: Texas steers. 17.1008.10; western steers, $6.8036,00;, stock- era and feeders, j.0C5S.iu: cows and heir- ers. jxti&tiH.iA: calves, Ji.wxitio.uo. HOGS Receipts, 13,000 head; market, unsettled. 6O10c higher: bulk of sales. $1.00(38.70; light. $8.6ft8.70; mixed. $S.4Mj) K.70;. Heavy. is.30u.7:v,; rough, $5.3jjg,45; bigs. 17.Goa8.CO. HHISGP AND LAMUS-rtecelpts. 17.000 head; market, mostly 10c lower; native. X4.nwg.zu; western, ji.sdtw.zu; yearlings, xjht7.io; lamns, native, .753,go; west em, 13.7507.65. KniiRiia City Lire) ntoclc Slnrkrt. KANSAS CITY. March 3. CATTLE Receipts, 8,000 head; market steady to 10c higher: prime red steers. !.60ft0.2ji dresesd beef steers. 17.2Mi8.40: western steers, 17.00OS.75; southern steers, JH.WW 7.16. cows. ii.z.yu7.75; neirers. t.7&9.w I stackers and feeders. 16.6008.05; bulls, w.wai.w. caives, w.uxuil.w. HOGS Receipts. 14,000 head; market So higher: bulk. w.zms.W. heavy. jx.uas.B.-. packers and butchers, 13.40ij8.00; llglits, VS.Mtta.W. Pigs. J7.0OU5.IO. SHEKP AND LAM US Receipts, 9.M head; market ICGI60 lower; lambs, 16.7od 7.60, yearlings. JO.OOfitXCO; wethers, $.7.20 5.75, ewes, Jo.wsjij.w. Sioux City Live Nlnck Market, SIOUX C1TV, la.. March 3. CATTLK r-e.MlS.. O iWi l..n,t. ,. r 1 M llOK Iftlaraaae native steers. $7.O0iK.60; butchers. 15.85 7."0: rows and heifers. $5.2or.50; can- i ners, 14.000.00-. stnekers and feeders, $5.50 w.wi caivca, n,iijni iv.w, nuiie, ninaii, cm. r,.&li1.75. HOOS Rcrelpts. 3.001 head; market. Ml 10c higher; heavy. 1S.40&8.60; mixed. 1S.3B iUK.40; light. 18.tWilS.35: bulk of sales, $125 SIIBKP AND LAMHS-Recclpts. 1.000 head: market, 10o lower; ted muttons. 15.76 fi.Gfl; wether. I3.tnri.7&; ewes, 14 006.16 lambs, fl.(xni7.w. HI. LhuIh Live Mock Market. ST. IXJUIr?, March 3,-CATTIB-Ro celpts, 3.700 head: market 10D15o higher beef steers. 17.509.25; cows and heifers 14.25ft8.60: Blockers and feeders. 15.0X17.5?: southern steers, !6.75hS.25: cows and heif ers. I4.OW6.00; calves. lS.00ail.5O. HOOS Receipts, 10,200 head; market steady; pigs anil limits, ii.wyx.w, mixed and butchers, 18.75irri.E32V; good heavi 18.7r4i8.MK. SHBKP AND LAMBS Reeelpts. 3.6W head: murker- steady, muttons, I5.50UE.IU; lambs, 17QOU8.U, Live Stock In Sljtht. Receipts of llvo stock rrom the sit principal western markets: Cattle. 1 Togs. Sheen. Chicago 4.000 13.00) 17,000 Sioux City 2,000 3.000 1.000 St. Louis 3.700 10.200 3.600 Kansas City S.OTiO 14.000 11.000 South Omuha , .. 6,r 12,700 2.ooo St. Joseph 2,S00 8,200 2.500 ' Total ,, 2i,00) Cl.KW u5,W0 OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET Steady to Stronger Prices for Cattle and Trade Active. H00S SLOW, BUT SOME HIGHER .Iherti ami Lambs In Larue Hnpply nnd Trade Slovr, vrlth Vrilnea Ten Cents to at Quar ter Lower. SOUTH OMAHA. March 3, 1914. Recelnts wern! rMl. linn, Hhon. Official Mondai B.700 6.016 14,119 itaumnie Tuesday 5,000 12,700 22,000 Two dhva Ihle wti 1A70A U.7I5 10.UI 19.6T 24.KU 19.208 36.14J 29.1 2f 25,Sit 14,0.1 1S.W.I Same ilv lai t Same days 3 weeks ago 13,727 Same days 3 weeks ago 7.651 -ame days 4 weeks ago 7.9SH mine nays last year... 9.525 16,013 17,60.1 The following table shows the receipts of cattle, horns and sheep at the South Omaha live stock market for the year tu date as compared with lost year; mil tnit inc. rw rttlo .....153.400 167.212 11.S13 Hog 513,293 642,690 29,337 ,,crl Il.t.KU 112,6:5 60,015 The following tnliln ikntvi IVij rnnuA nt Prices for llOBM at th Rnnth nmih, llv stock market for tho last few days, with comparisons: Date. 1914. i3. I9I2. 11911. 1910.1909.1908. Fe b. 14. 15. 11 7 16 7 K e 6 06 6 W t 771 I 4 01' e S 01 7 01 7 11 8 76 6 21 4 01 i 761 A IS Feb, 0 34 S 3S 5 95 Feb. IT. S01 5 91 704 8 S3 6 07 4 03 Feb. 18. ) 8 421,1 S 14 7 Ml 8 4 6 03) 4 It "eb, 19. "eb. 20, 'eb. II R06 7 m 6 M 6 9$ 8 93 6 91 I 13 s u 70S e 8 OS 9 03 S 97 4 1 4 07 3 97 e 4 02 4 11 4 12 4 10 4 23 e 8 33 83 8 29H 8 10 8 12 C 01 6 03 6 95 6 E9 7 01 e 696 04 6 11 Feb. 22. 7 09 Vb. 23,1 h. 24 7 S4 201 6 99 t 19 Fob. tt. 8 SS14 8 IV 6 OS U 23 6 24 eb. 26,1 8.40 R 1! 6 A? 9 26 6 13 "b. 27 8 42H It l'. 6 081 6 R2 6 14 0 05 Feb. 2S, 8 33 8 IS 6 II 6 16 sc. 9 39 .Mar. 1. 8 20 6 92 6 93 9 47 lar. 2, lar. 3. 8 2Sti 0 - 963 6 II 4 28 8 S414I 8 30 0 7 B 60) 6 36) 4 20 Sunday llccrlnts nml dnnnlll nn f 1 1 lak aa 4) ixt r fa ---- 1W1, vj lilt I n, the Union Stock Vanls, South Omahii. for twenty-four hours ending nt 3 o'clock ustcrtiay: R12CEIPT8 CARS. lnttlM. ltrit Mltitmi tlV M. A St. P 4 "3 .. 3 4 4 49 41 1 I 1 41 IS Itf 3 3 41 17 t 8 2 1 6 166 91 3 Wabash Missouri Pacific 3 Union Paclrio 47 & N. W., east..., 10 & N. W west.... 30 St. i m. n.. in C 1). & Q., cast.... 12 C. It. & Q . writ 50 C, R. 1. & P., east.. 12 C. , 1, & I'.jMvest. 3 Illinois Centrul 6 ChlcaHO Ot. West... 2 Totat receipts.... 2) IJiai-USlTlON I11SAD. Cattle. Hoes. Sheen. Morris A Co 454 2,009 1,278 Bwiri r company sis Cudahy I'ncklng Co 713 Armour' & Co 733 Schwartz & Co..,., Morrell GO 2,623 :t,GC i.tsw 411 2,9X1 3,116 3, 10 J Lincoln Packing Co 3') wouui umaiia t'acK. uo, tu Kay P. Co Ronton, Vnnsant & L. 11 S)1 s till ot uon :i& I V n. Lowls 12N Huston & Co 75 li. Root & Co, 10 J. II. llulla 25 F. lluaz s Ronenstock Uros 68 McCroary & Kellogg.... 308 , VI.. wertneimcr m uegen... i I I. F. Hamilton av Sullivan llros itoinscniiii oi Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.,.. 149 Christie 3? tlgglna .7 Huffman 'L Roth Meyers 6 Krcbs 6 John Hurvcy..... 122 Carter .... , Dennlson & Francis.... m Othef buyer 378 9W 11 MOT 10,690 11.739 mwru I'll.,, uinrn IM rars uf CUltlu reported In the yards this morning mak I.,,. h. rim fnr thn two days 10.704 head. almost 4,000 head larger than for mo same days last week and larger than u year ago by ovor 1,000 head. in BPIIO Ot mo laruo mueiiiia u ket on beef steers waa In very satisfac tory condition. It waa evident right at h tiheritmina- that buvera wanted tho cattle so that the trade opened fully steady and fairly active. As It becume apparent that the demand was really very good the market firmed up. become lllg a little Stronger man yesiaruuy, mm th hler hulk of the cattle was not as good as on many days, so that tho Bales do not show up as well on paper. cows ond neirers wcrejjtiso in goou ue mand and they were steady to a llttlo stronger than yesterday and active at current prices. mockers- and reeucrs wero rrce seners nt fully steady and In some bases stronger prices. As high as $8.25 was paid for some very good North Park hayfed steers to go duck into the country on reed. WKSTKRNB, R. Hath Wvo. 43 feeders.. 1164 8 25 1 cow 100 6 25 John Angus wyo, 31 feeders,. 1226 7 75 1 stag 1160 6 15 5 COWS 950 6 25 10 COWS 1066 6 75 J. Honk ns-Wvo. 46 feeders.. 1084 7 85 28 feeders,. 1058 7 85 IIB15F ST15KH3. No. 11 M...... ( 1. ! 16 , li 15 It 14 It,,.... U 1 17...... 20...... : 15 I t. 0 li e i 7 i 4 1 4 I 1 I II I II 4 t 10 1 .... tl a a 2 .... i l i i 3 II 1 4 I 1 1 1 At. Pr, No. At. 113 Illl ,....1240 1017 un 1140 U21 1105 U44 Kit 1114 1114 lilt 1111 1111 1141 411 ... 1W1 1211 1361 1600 jw Tr. I 20 t to I 21 1 I !t I ti I ti t It I 10 1 to I 10 I I 3 I M I 40 t 41 I M t tt I M I M 00 . ... C80 a 74 11..... II II 17 I I , 17 14 7 20 S4 K , i ii 17 , 51 U It...... a l . l .... m I " 7 31 7 40 7 44 7 I .... H7 ....losa .... 7M .... ta ....lilt . ...1105 7 70 7 73 7 (0 ....1034 ,..,im ....mi 7 15 7 1 7 K ....1150 ....1114 ,...1110 ....l7 .... Ill ....lol .... M ....1400 ...un OO I 00 I ro I 10 10 I 10 I 10 i ii 1 IS 1 11 .... nt .... m 70 1 15 8T15I5R8 AND HEIFERS. lit 7 40 7 10 it. .107 71 I 00 I 20 20 t to 7M ... 104 too Ill 1153 til Ill 1140 710 110 1017 not 1140 tro , 1117 M Hi 1012 I. .. 14... II. .. J4... ..1111 ..I0il .. 110 .. M 7 W 7 71 7 M 7W COWS. 4 14 a... 14!'. it... jo.." ii; ... 744 ....1010 ....1071 ...1214 ....mi ....IIM ....1111 ...1140 ....11JJ .... 741 ....1291 ....1110 .... Ill 11 It 49 41 to I tt I SO (4 I t 75 u is 7 00 7 10 4 50 4 Ift I 25 t 75 I 7S 5 it a 00 t on t 00 00 a it t tt ...IMS t ts COWS AND HEIFERS. 141 I to II. .1002 7 00 HEIFERS. 4 24 17.... U a s to 1 t to 1. ... 410 ta 443 7l 1110 102O 170 1144 1S70- 1470 KM tit 270 lit t:i ..... 210 . . t) .. . .lots .. 760 .III) ..1100 ..1170 ..1720 ..llttt . .1120 .. iSO ftt 7 Oil 7 10 I 20 1 to I 7 00 7 to 7 10 7 IS 7 SO HULLS. 00 I tt t 25 I tt I 44 t 75 II I. 1. CALVES. 7 1. 140 a to 2t0 10 Oil 1C0 10 00 1M 0 tt 110 10 IS its 10 a 110 10 tt I 00 I (a I 24 I 75 t 04 II 24 2. 1., 4. i.. 1. 114 140 too 1.. I It 1.... 70 10 n STOCKERS AND FEEDERS. 11... 1... 10... e... 1... 1... !!::: 4... 17... lit Ul 741 I 70 74.. tot 7W 7 10 7 It 7 31 7 It 7 to 7 to 7 to 7 eo 7 70 7 7e 70 7 20 7 21 7 24 7 Si 7 25 7 14 7 2i 7 to I I it ii,:::::: 4 v 71 M7 117 . 411 740 , 714 . 417 . 71 , ? i 145 ttt , 7S7 144 . 746 411 e. ....... 711 7 tv HOQH Receipts were fairly liberal again this morning, something like 1S2 cars, or 12,709 head being received. For the two days the total Is 18.71a head, be ing 8,000 larger than a week ago and close to 3,000 heavier than for the same days a year ago. During tho early round this morning shippers bought nulte a few hogs that looked tn be strong to In many esses 60 higher. Packers on tho other hand wern not Inclined to allow any advance In prices and their early bids were no bet ter than steady In any Instance, and sonio traders thought them to be If any thing a little easier. As a general thlntf salesmen were pricing their holdings a. nickel higher, so that packers' early offers wero turned down In nearly ever ' Instance, and aside from tho stuff sold to shippers not much of anything movel during the first cotiplo of hours. In tho end most of the buyers tacked a little on to their offers on the better grades, ami when tho supply began to move prices paid were generally a shade higher, tho common kinds going at steady figures, while the mom desirable offerings were nuoted as strong to 6p higher. As has been the ease on nearly every day dur ing the last few weeks, trado was draggy all the way through. Quotations on cattle: Good to choice tterrs, 17Mfj8.l0; common to fair beef steers. 17 2507.85; Kood t0 choice cbmred ".V1; Hood to choice loWi. l6.Mli.2oj fair to good grades. $.50fl6?J. common to fair grades. $4.2535.50; good 8.00: fair to good stockers and feeder ers, $5..5ff7.-f; stock ca ves, $6.6OS8.00 Jin."' VWn. bulls. Vtig etc' Representative sales: No. Ar. Sh. Tr. No. At. ..U0 ..124 ..til Sh. fr. ... Ill . . a t to t ft 44... K... '... K .. 7l... M... J4... 71... ..141 ... IIS 74... 21.. 11... 11... 11... ..21 -10 I ?o 111 40 I SI to 1 at to t as .. t a .. 1 21 .. tut, ... in ....201 ..14 . .m ...m. ...204 . . .241 ..MS ..IM ..212 no 1 174 tt. Pe. M. 'U ... II(A 241 M 1 40 an ... 1 4A it.. 71 244 J7 to 1 10 ... 4 I 10 t Alt 20 I 4(1 I 10 40 t 40 . 4a 40 I 111 41 -ti 234 44 2M 44 214 to. ,M 71 8S4 7 .. .au i;o s 30 .MS 120 1 30 1 Wt t 203 ... ) .244 til 110 II... 47 .. 71... a. . 11... W7 It t 10 tl 4 ti ... til .. tlO ,A -.1 40... 70... 44... I.., 6... 7... Ct... W... M... 14... 11... 30.., 11... SZI 40 1 .ft in .231 t0 II 40 .Ml . . 1 in 11.. .211 M... if It tail an. .CM 110 I 40 la ...217 M IM ...220 120 I It ...::s ... tit ...241 JU0 t SJ ...237 ... IU ...242 200 t SI ...tit ... IIS ...211 ... IU ...:! it m ....171 t 4Hi 9... ...Ml .,..271 ... .217 ....171 ,...20 ..,.214 Stl ....117 ... "451, ... I 41 10 I 41 ... t 4 ... 141 . . I tt 10 ... 1 la ... H n... !... 71.. tn... 34. ,.tsa ... . 20, 2tt I CO iT-.i JJ7,,D wero rxtremeiv lambH s compared vrttU yraterdara en i ,i . j i,,p ."cpresseo reeling ii mu imw wns attriDutcxi lo several reaRrtti, mnal !.., .......... . ...... L.: ........, .....ow mm wi wmcn were the exceedingly heavy receipts for a Tues- r.V m r ,,ml nicugo ana most oti'r "tfl de points took off yesterday whllo the local trade remained generally Ing the local market relatively high. To- " wrro rsumaiea Hi some Z2.00O lipntl. 11 irn I -, in mc - u and 7.OS0 on the, corespondlng da a year ago. Tho ruh hero was enual to that at Chicago and larger than at uny Missouri . i ik iim tut viiuuu irriuro niiy I tft 1 1 1 M tr a-tf nAHa.fli... I - - s then practically cvrythlnir waa alow to HinVta tt 9 trlnat ,a a. 4A. a ak ....... a.iivv tiMwncrr irum iw iu -u mn' 4it lnitlai .( AaTJ4F- I niitcp, th3 moat declino tn each case bTnar uo upinjr biow ana uniRRy most oc the forenoon, n complete clearance wn not offocteti' until a late iiour, wuoiaiiona on tfiieep and JUimbi .n niB tfmiil t. aV p . i . fnlf tn rfrtMl ? fWV-f 4a. lMMt- ...ltn ? rrt tn 11 Hi Iruhfl hhL Oi iW m. llnga, haavy, l.23.6rr wcthor. Rood to zl'.'Jr' f"" '" wuiners, lair to aoon. T 'i TJVT.' 7 . ai.,am ........ 1 . l . rn.j 6,05; ewes, fair to good. 13.00fl6.60. No. Av. .. 112 .. as Pr 5 4 6 25 5 45 7 45 6 23 162 cornfed 117 romfed cwea ewes oil cornfed ... 112 COO Mexican lambs" 61 ua cuiis ., ,,, ot St, Joseph I,lvo HiocU Market. RT. JOSMPir. Mnreh !Lr!AT"rr.rfTi- celpts, 2,300 head. Market steady; steers. 17.00179,00; cows and heifers, $I.COfi8.50; calves, $5.0010.60. HOOS Receipts, 8.20Q head. Market c higher; top, $8.60; hulk of sales, $8.J58.60. niicr.i- jeiu iAAinr iieceipis, z,sw head. Market weak; lambs, $7.0O4jf7.60. Wife Dooms Husband to Year on Rock Pile 1X38 ANdKLES. March 3.-Mrs. Sarah Voilgcnoff, mcmbor of a colony 'of Rus sians hero, sentenced tier husband today on the rock pile. Nicholas Vcdgenoff had been arrested on his wlfo's complaint for fnlltiro to provide and appeared to answer In the- superior court. "Tho wife usually suffers In a case of this kind," said Judge Monroe, "so I will leavo It to you. Mrs, Vedgenoff shall Nicholas have nnotlier chance, or shall ho go to the rock pile, which would In sure your getting $1.60 per day?" "Ho fooled mo before," promptly de clared Mrs. Vcdgcnoff. 'Xet him go to the rock pile." And Judge Monroe sent him there, for a year. Nose Bitten Off in Row at Tango Party I.A CROSSE, Wis,, March 3. It prob ably will bo many" weeks before- David Knglor of Victory, Wis., decides to at tend another tnngo Party, Engler sub mitted to an operation hero today In which surgeons attempted to graft flesh from his arm on to his face to replace his nose. ' Knglcr attending a dancing party In Victory last night and became Involved In an argument with George Williams r.er the attentions ot a girl. Williams bit off Engler1 nose. Tho operation tor replace, surgeons asserted, was a failure. 1 WmrrartadtmmhrmtoiHmtauthmm I QomhmuNTm I Caustic Balsam lit IiHiIks lit Ml CMplitin. A Safe, 8peedy and Positlra Cure tot Oiub. lallat, SweeaT, Capnai Keek, itraiae Ttndcai, Tiuaitt, WiaA fuft, aai all UaeatM frost ffaria, Xhtgboae. and ether kany tumor. tTurti all sUa dlieewi cr rarealUa. TLrBeb, Diphtheria SU-mvm J SaacbM from Kartcj or Ctttli tttry bottle et Ctaltls Babn eold te rarrsnte4 10 bits aaUaiactlaa. Frtce 4H.M per battle. Sou by drumuu. or a ant ex. rireaa, aharcee paid, vtta (all illrecUana tor ta oaa, I "J" Send for daacrlpa,e clrcolart, laatlmOBlata, ate. Aililreel " lhLirenc-Wllllimi C.,CUviUnd, 0, ivpjJlti 3 to 4 feet 15 Less XlOea 5 to 6 feet 254 100 Concord Grapes 83.50 Order. Caah with order. Sent prepaid. GATE CITY NURSERY, IrjQ'J Vaninui Street, Omitbii, "eb.