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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JANUARY 29. 1006.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
ix mot urewinr .ceaniD xeeiiDe m
FACTORS COMBINE FOR LOWER PRICES
Beports of Freetloa eat The Trio
from ftnathwest Cora Holds Its
Ong-Moirmnt l.lht aad
OMAHA, Jan. 27. I!.
Wheat nold off In on ffaturrlrss cables,
Isrrer nstlmates for thin wofk'a world's
ehlumentn and on the steady aroains: bear
Ish feeling. Tradft in more active and not
confined exclusively to the professional eie
ment, whl:li in a healthy feature. The
aoutnwest eent reports of more freealng
and thawing weather and H. V. Jones
claims that ID per rent of the spring; wheat
crop bark In farmers' hands (above, seeding
requirements) In the three northwestern
elates. Fine weather prevails throughout
lioth belts today and fair conditions Indi
ra tea tor tomorrow.
The corn market was the only one show
ing any decree of restive power. Trade at
the start was llstht and there was very
little pressure until the extreme weakness
developed in wheat and oats. The demand
for May at 41c seemed unlimited. Country
movement Is light and demand on the whole
slow. It was a noticeable feature, how
ever, of the trade today, that cash houses
were constant buyers ot May,
May wheat closed at 84;c, July at 830
and September at Kc.
May corn closed at (i' July at iV,
44'jo and September at 444c.
Oats wre off He; May closed at 30c,
July at and September at KHSc.
Liverpool closed Vd higher to d lower
on wheat and unchanged to Hd lower on
Bromball estimates world's whest ship
merits Monday at 8,600,0110 bushels, against
shipments last week of 8.3u4,0"O bushels
and last year of ,024,00 bushels. There
will be a fair increase on nsssaKe.
A New York exporter wired: "Nearby
demand for corn poor, limits fully 1c be
low market. A llttlo business doing for lute
Primary wheat fecelpfs were 4W.0O0 bush
els and shipments ITii.OiiO bushels, against
receipts last year of 4XVW0 bushels and
shipments of 244,000 bushels. Corn receipts
were 5,10,000 bushels snd shipments 3n3.0"0
bushels, against receipts last year of 470,000
nusneia and shipments of 207,000 pusneis.
Boston cleared K),000 bushels wheat this
morning; Ualtimoro cleared 660.OH0 bushels
of corn, and Oalveatnn 1:8,000 bushels.
The big export millers of Bt. Louis are
putting out offers of flour very low, and
they say they don t get any acceptances.
Australian wheat shipments were l.ftM.ow
du., against l.bM.ouo bu. last week, ana
a,4W,ooo bu. last year.
Authorities In Argentina are unable to
agree on the size of the wheat crop,
Hroomhal! estimates the exportable enrplus
at lu,vw.wo bu., while others say bo.uoo,
F. B. Cowglll of Omaha says: "The
country Is not sailing corn very fast west of
the Misssouri river, although one house has
bought a large quantity in the last tew
days. Cars are more plentiful and our bus-
lensa has been well cleaned up. There has
been some new business since the advance
In rates January 15. Most of the corn Is
going to the gulf. So far this year there
has been no free movement of corn to com
pure with last year."
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 1 car. 77c: No,
jiaru, i car, tc, x car, fdc; ru. naru, 4
CORN No. 3 white, 1 car, SSc; No,
white, 1 car, 37c; No. 4, 1 car, 36Vc.
Omaha Cash Prices,
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 753 78c; No. t hard,
73tiMVic; No. 2 hard. 68-f7;tc; No. 2 spring,
nsjitiMie; iso. s spring, liKuvHc.
COKN No. 3, 37iW4c; No. 4 36V4'937c
no graae, kusu; XMo.il yellow, ftc; iso.
OATS No. 1 mixed, 2TT428c; No, white,
znV5; wnite, zb2'mC.
RYE No. 2, Clc; No. 8, 68Hc
Wheat. Corn. Oats,
rJt. Louis ....
CHICAGO GRA1X AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. A forecast by an
English statistician of a liberal Increase In
the world s shipments ot wneal ana neav
exports from Australia caused a weak
market In wheat here today. At the close
wheat for May delivery was off 3c. Corn
was dowa oh snowea a loss 01 "c
i'rovlsioiis were uu 20.
Sentiment in the wheat pit was extremely
bearish lor the enure day and local trad
ers and leading longs sold heavily. Initial
quotations on May were Vi.',o higher at
twVoc. According to the report of the
J'.iigiiHh statistician, tne worm a snipmeuti
lor the week will be about 9,&ou,000 bushels,
which is moro than generally expected
The domestic situation also favored the
bears. In the northwest stocks ot wheat
continued to show decided Increase and
weather over the winter wheat belt was
mild. Prices declined steadily until May
reached S4Vsc, which point was touched
within the last half hour. Covering by
shorts caused a slight rally within the last
lew minutes of trading, but the close was
Weak, with May at M7o. Clearances
wheat and flour were equal to 300,000 bush
els. primary receipts were 4a,ooo bushel
against 433.OO0 bushels one year ago. Mln
neapolls, Duluth and Chicago reported re.
ceipts ot 300 cars, against u4 cars last wee
and 281 cars one year ago.
Because of selling by commission houses
and cash Interests and the weakness of
wheat the corn market was depressed
throughout the day. Cash demand wa
slow and primary receipts were consider
ably In excess of those for the correspond
ing day a year ago. The market closed
weak and almos at the lowest point of th
day. May oiened unchanged to a shade
lower at 44Vi44ic to 44c. sold off to 44c
snd closed at 44'c Local receipts -were
cars, with so cars or contract grade.
Profit taking by several longs and short
selling by local traders, together with in
creasing receipts and a decline In export
demand, weakened the oats market through
, the greater part of the day. The volume
of trading was large. May opened un
changed to He lower at 81Vtt31V, sold off
to 3tHc and closed at 30Hc Local receipts
were 152 cars.
Provisions were firm on a So advance In
the price of live hogs and an excellent cash
demand for meat and lard. Holders were
confidential and offerings were light. At
the close May pork was tip '.'He st JH.Oirt
14 ()7t4. Lard was op J-jC at $7.55. Kins were
, ".lvs higher at $7.62'4.
Kit linked receipts for Monday: Wheat.
"t ears: corn, 308 cats; oats, 261 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. I Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes'y.
May SSMiSf K514I 84V.I 84'i! 85H
July 83''u'.l 82-.! 1UV 8Ji 84
Corn- I J II I
Jan. . 40'if 40,! 41141 4o, 41
May 444t-l; 441 44 I 41V 44S
July 444t! 44Vi! 4s'4!Vill 4IH
M.y 31'.ir' 31 arni mv,
July 30 30 I 2V4 :naj 30.
Jan. 13 774 13 774i 13 774' IS 77U 13 70
May 14-06 14 Vt 14 05 14 074 H l
July 14 124 14 20 14 124 14 1741 14 124
Jan. T 45 T 45 7 45 7 45 7 40
May 7 5ft 7 574 7 55 7 5.5 i 7 ,V.'4
July T 674 7 70 I T 674 1 674 7 60
Ribs- I I J
Jan ' 1 7 40 I 7 374
May 60 I 7,71 T 50 75.4' Tin
July I 624' T 5 I 7 6'iH1 T i I T 624
t'Hsh auotations were as follows:
FLOl'R Easier: winter patents, $3.8mf
4ii; subIkIhh. $1 553.&."; spring patentH.
$;t8ivn3.96; etiaights, $4. kit 3 75; bakers, $J.2o
V 11 EAT No. 2 iriiig. W'JjSac; No. 2.
884c: No. 2 red. 85nw-.
CORN No. 2. 41c: No. 2 yellow, 414c
OATS - No. 2. V: N'"- 2 w hite, 31Vtf
J.-Ue: No. 3 white. Joi31ifc.
BARLEY Fair to choice malting, 4.1iS5c.
SEEDrt No. 1 flax. $1 1164; No. 1 tiortli
w ostein. $1.12. Timoihy. priu:e, $:L30.
Clover, contract grade, $13.25.
PROVlSION8-Me(.s pork, per bbl $13.75
(IS 774. Lurd. per Ml lbs. $7.:5. Short ribs
Mies loose , . Dm.. 40. snort clear sides
4Uxe,J, $7. 7517.S74.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bhls 24. 81 'Jl.Mi
Wheat, bu 2.ej Xi.'j"
Corn, nu 19 500 :U0
f'ats, hu ;i' 4.r
R. bu 3.tfi :i.ei
Harley. bu .Mt4n.i li.rjMO
On the Produce rschange today the bui
t"i market in steady; creameries, lkf
-Vi dairies, l"rUo. FgKS. easy; at mark.
ases Included, Iwl.r; firsts. 1ic; prime
ts. lc; extras. 20c. Cheese, steady;
OMAHA WHOI.ES4LK MAHKET.
ondltlon of Trade and Qnetatloaa on
staple and Fancy Prod ace.
EOOS Receipts liberal: candled stock
nseitled st 16c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. 94c: old roost
ers. Be; turkeys. 15c: ducks, loc; young
roosters. friSc; geese, sc.
DKtraLU POULTRY Turkeys. ITttlsc:
old toms, Hlic; chl' kens. lOjilic; old roost
ers, ic; ducks, llt&l2c; geese, 310c.
Bt'TTKR Packing stock, !; choice to
fancy dairy, lvyltfc; creamery, 21(u21Vc;
rlnts, 21 'ic.
1IAV Prices quoted pv Omaha Fil com-
pny: No. I uprand, '.00y medium, sbo
7 i; coarse, n.iKp?i6.sn. ,e straw, in.oo.
It RAN Per ton. $15.50.
H11JKS, PKI.TS AND TALLOW No. 1 !
groen hides, c; No. 2, 8V. No. 1 salted,
L'c; No. 2. lie; green bill hides, 8fi9c;
ured, S'iJlOc; dry hides, Wd:i Horse hides:
arge. H.2.1; small, $2..V. Sheep pelts, ench
6ix.-4ill.25. Tallow: No. 1, 4V; No. 2, 3c;
rough, l',c. .
'I KOPlCAIi r B' l.B.
DATES 1'er box of 30 1-vn. rrsgs.. 32; Hal-
lowc'en, In 70-lb. b.ixes. per lb.. 5c; Bayers,
per lb., 4c; walnut-stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs., $2
per dos. ; 8-lh. boxes. 11.
OKANI1B8 - California fancy ltedianii
Pavels, all sixes, 12. 7.rfi 3.00 : choice navels.
LEMONS Llnionlers. extra fancy. 240 slxe.
S.T25: 300 to 300 sizes. $3.60.
FIGS California, pr 10-lb. carton, "oSJc;
Imported Smyrna, three-crown, 11c; six
HANANAS Per mediitm-slxed bunch, tl.is
2 26: Jumbos, $2.yvii3.0.
TANGERINES Florida, per box of about
GRAPH FRflT Florlrtn. ner box. 17.00:
California, per box. 34.Oini6.0O.
PEARS Winter Nells nd Mount Vernon.
APPLES California Be 1 flowers. 11.40 per
bu. box: Ben Davis. 31. 7 rjer bu. box: Wine-
saps, J2.00 per bu. box: other varieties, 32,00
per bu.; New York apples. 14.75 per tibl.
CKA Is rifc.KRIES Jersey, Jlti.W r DDI.
GRAPES Imported Malagas. 35.506.00.
POTATOES Home-urown. Der bu.. 60fl
65c; South Dakota, per bu., 75c.
ONIONS Home-grown, veilow and red.
ner bu.. 86c: Koani-ti nor crate. 11.60: Colo
rado, red and ye,tor, per-Tiu., $1.00.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. $2 00. '
LIMA BEANS Per lb.,
CABBAGE Home-grown and Wisconsin.
In crates, per lb.. 2c
CARROTS PARSNIPS AND TURNIPS
Per bu., 5'(75c.
CP.LERY" Kalamazoo, per dox., 25Gf35c.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas. Der 2-bu.
NSW V EOKTABLES.
TOMATOES California. ter crate of 20
lbs , $2.50; Florida, 6-basket crates, $6.00.
WAX BEANS Per haniner o. about SO
lbs. net, $.oo.
TH NO BEANS Per hamcer of about 30
ibs. net. $3.004.00.
EGJ PLANT Florid , per doi.. $1.251..
GREEN PEPPERS Florida. Der hamrjer
Of ahout 10 dos., $3.50.
TlTR WPS Louisiana, dos. bunches, 75e.
PIIALLOTT8 Louisiana. Der do, bunches.
HEAD LETTUCE Louisiana, per bbl..
$8.(Vfllo.00; per doz. heads. $1.50SL75.
LEAF IETTtICE Hothouse, per bog of
12 to 15 heads. 65c.
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per dox $2.no.
RADISHES liothcuse. per dos. buncheJ.
MUSHROOMS-Hothous- per lb.. 60c.
CAl'LIFLOWBTR Callforula. about J4
heads to crate. $1.00.
No. 1 rib. 13c: No. 2 rlD. loVic: No. 3 rib.
7&c; No. 1 round, 7',ic: H. 2 round, OVic;
ISO. 3 round, 6c; iso. 1 loin, 16'4c; No. 3
loin, 12c; No. 3 loin, 9c; No. 1 plate, 4'4c'(
No. 2 plate, 4c; No. 3 plate, 3c; No. i
chucks, B'jc; No. 2 chucks, 4Vic; No, $
CIDER Per keg, $3.75; per bbl., $6.78,
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $3.50.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 15c: Wisconsin
brlok, 15o; Wisconsin llmberger, 13Vc; twins.
10c. young Americas, ivc.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, now
crop, per lb., 164c; hard khells. per lb.,
IUVjc. Pecans, large, per 11;.; 14c; small, per
lb., 12c. 'Peanuts, per lb, 7o; roasted, per
lb., 8c. Chill walnuts, per lb.. 12'(il3U.c. Al
monds, soft shells, par lb., lie; hard shells,
per lb., 16c, Shellbark hickory nuts, per
bu.. $2.25: large hickory nuts, per bu.. $1.50.
Chectnuts, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuts, $4.50 per
acK t lov.
FItESII FISH Trotn 11c: halibut, 10c;
Pickerel, dressed, 7c; white bass, 11c; sun
fish, 6ftc; perch skinned and dressed, 8c;
pike, 10c; red snapper, 11c; salmon, Ho;
crappies. 669c; eels, ISc; black bass, 22c;
whltefish, 12c; frog legs, per doa., 55c; lob
sters. green, S3c; boiled lobsters. 37c; blue
fish, 16c; herring, 4c; Spanish mackerel, 16o;
haddock, 10c; "hrlmp, $1.00t$1.60' per gal.;
smelts. 12c, cod, 12c; fresh standard oys
ters, $1.40 per gal.; shelf oysters, $1.00-3
2.00 ner 100: little neck clams. $1.50 per loo.
SUGARS Granulated cane, In bbls., $6.06;
granulated cane. In sacks, $5.01; granulated
beet. In sacks, $4.91.
BYRUr 7r bun-els, He per gal.; cases,
g 10-lb. cans. $1.60; cases. 12 6-lb. cans,
$1.80; cases, 21 24-iV, cans, SI. Sit.
COFFKE Roasted: No. 35, 254c per lb.;
No. 30, 204c per &; No. 25. l4o per lb. J
No. 20. laVio per lb.; No. 215. 124o per lb.
FLOUR (wholesale) eeot high grade Ne
braska, per cwt., $2.10; best 'ilgb grade
patent Minnesota, per cwt., 62.40; straight
patent Nebraska, per cwt., $2.00; second
patent Nebraska. Jl.UO-
CURF.r- i'lSII t amlly whltefish, per H
bbl., 100 lbs., $4.50; Norway mackerel, per
bbl., 200 lbs.: Bloaters, vo.uO; Mo. 1, $28.00;
No. 2, $26.00: No. 3. $20.00; Irish No. 2,
$17.00. Herring, in bbls., 200 lbs. each: Nor
way. 4k, $13.00; Norway. 3k. $12.00; Hol
land, mixed, $11 50. Holland herring, in
kegs: Milkers, MOc; kegs, mixed, 70c.
BROOMS No. 1 carptt, $3.26; No. 1
carpet. $2.40; No t plain. $2.25.
CANNKD GOODS Corn, standard west
ern, 65Q60c; Maine. $1.25, tomatoes. 1-lb.
cans. $1.251.50; 2-lb., 974cigi.u0; pine
apples, grated, 2-lb., $2,050(2.20; sliced, $1.93
tii.ZO; gallon apples, fancy. $3.15; Cali
fornia apricots, $1.402.0o: , $1.75
W.50; peaches, fancy. 1.753.40; H. C.
peaches. $2.00-a-.uo: Alaska salmon, red,
$l.'w: pink, 90c; fancy I'hinooK, F $2.10;
fancy sockeye, F., $1.95: saratnus. 4-oil,
$2.60: VniUBtards, $2,5043 1'.'; sweet pota
toes, $1.1V!iI.25; saueraraut, $1.00; pump
kins, 80c&$.100; wax beans. 2-lb., 'StiVOc;
IJma beans, 2-lb., 75('alK'ci)$1.35; spinach,
$1 3.V112.OO; cheap peas, 2-lb., 80c; extra,
75tr!Mic; funcy. $1 354 1.75.
F.VAPORATKli Fltl'ITS Fancy Mulr
peaches, 124c; choice Mulr peaches, 1144c;
rancy yellow, 124c; 50-60 prunes, 7'5: 60-70,
7,c: fancy New York ring annlea. UKc:
choice, lOVjc; fancy 4-crown looue musca
tel raisins, 74c; 2-crown, 7e; 2-crown, 64c;
lancv seeded raisins In 1-lb. cartons, ?c;
choice seeded. In 12-os. cartons, 74c; east
ern pitted cherries, 17c: New York evap
orated black raspberries, 35c; fancy pears,
lc; choice. 15c; fancy nectarines, Ic;
fancy apricots, 114c; choice loyal. 104c;
Hallowe'en dates, 64c; glace citron, lie;
candied, 16c; lemon. 144c: orange, 144c.
Kansas City I"; rain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 27. W HEAT
Lower; May, 77o; July, 754c: September,
744c. Cash: No. 2 hard, '74'u8IAsc; No. a,
701,1784c; No. 2 red. 934i'J44c; No. 3, 86'iiH:o.
CORN Lower; May, 394c; Julv. q.
Cash: No. 2 mixed, 3941i39ijc; No.' 2 while.
404c; No. 3. 394c.
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, 314tiD24c; No.
3 mixed. 30Vn31c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $11.0011.50;
Choice prairie, $S.5tu8.75.
KG IS steady; Missouri and Kansas,
new No. 2 whitewood cases Included, 17c;
case count, Ilk-; cases returned, 4o less.
RL'TTKR Steady; creumery, iov.
Wheat, bu si.OOO 29.0'i0
Co:n, bu :.i lj.un
Oats, uu M.w)
The leading futures at Kansas City, as
reported by the Von Lurn ihain company,
ranged as follows:
Articles.) Open. lligh.l Low. 1 Close. Yes y
Wheat-I I I I I
May... 7S4 784! 78i;
July. ..1 7t4i ! 764i 7t
Corn .1 I
May... 294! 39V 39,
July... 404... 1 40 j 401,
May... :i4 1 : 1 :)i(
July... 29 1 ; ;v
Tork- I I I
M:iv... 1J 95 i , j:j 92
July...j 1 1 H 2
Lard- I 1 I 1 ,
May... 7 50 1 7 47
Mlaueapolls liraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. r.-FI.OLR-Flrst
patents. $i 4Vi4 .; second laients, $4.3oy
4 40; tiil chars.- $3.5ti3.ti; second clears.
$2 4rti2 50.
KttAN-ln bulk. $14 504114 75.
ruifrioi- quotailuus lor Minneapolis de
livery). The rang of prices, as repuiti-d by
K. D. Day & Co , 110-111 Bord ot Tradt
Articles. Open. 1 High. I Iw. I Close. Yes'y
1 17 i
1 17 41
1 17 I
1 17 .
Mumeafiolls Cash Clone Wheat: No. 1
liMid, M4c: No. 1 nurtheru, 81c: to arrive.
M4i.: No. J northern. 7!h-: 10 arrvt, 79i.c;
No. 1 northern, 77"jT8c; No. 1 auruni, 7Jv;
No. J durii'ii. :nc. Corn: No. 3 yellow,
37,c; No. 3. :Wc. Oats: No. 3 white. 27'a
iTW: No. .1. Nr-u27,c. Barley, 37fi Wc Rye,
a;'f"')-i:. 1'lax: Cash, $1.12; May, $1.15V
JEW IOHK tiF.iF.B l, M IRKET
NEW YORK. Jan. V -FIOURR-cclpts.
ll.Mxi bbls.; exports, 4.322 bbls.; market dtill
and unchanged; Minnesota patents, $4.504j
4.85: Minnesota bakers, $t.fii"'o3.!; winter
patents, $4 . 1"Sj-4.: winter straights. H.9"-v
4ii0; winter extras. $2.7,Vfi3.25; winter low
grades $2.65013 20. Rve flour quiet: fair to
good. $3.7'fi4.00; choice to fancy. $4.054f-.sTi;
biHkwheat flour, $2.1i"2.1G for spot and tc
BUCKWHEAT Nominal, 62c delivered
at New York.
. CORNMKAL Steady; One white and yel
low, $1.20; coarse, $1.0-41 10; kiln dried, $2.ayf
HYE-Nominal; No. 2 western, 75o f. o. b
BARLEY Feeding, 42V c. 1. f. Buffalo,
matting. 452 e. i. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 86.000 bu.: exports.
23.785: snot market Irreeular: No. 2 red.
H'se elevator; No. 2 red. 92'c'f. o. -b. aflont,
No 1 northern, Ouiiith. 9h'4e t. o. n. ntioat.
Further sharp declines appeared" In wheat
tod;iy as a result of liquidation Induced by
large Australian shipments, prospects for
heavy world's exports on Monday and
weakness In outside markets, the close
showing ,4c net decline. May. 90(fiH4'
cloned 90c; July. 88ifclc:. closed at 88c;
September. HiWfT'.e. closed at ic.
CORN Receipts, l"t(,425 bti. ; exports.
93.2.V, bu.; sales, 50,on0 bu. futures. Spot
market easy; No. 2. 66c elevator and fio'ie
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow. 50'e; No. 1
white, SIHc. Option market was active and
weaker in sympathy with wheat, easier
cables, larger receipts snd liquidation, clos
ing '4C to c net lower; May, oOVuoOVtc,
closed 50c; July, 50H8iic, closed, 60Vc;
September closed ooc.
OATS Receipts, 54.000 bu.; exports. 5a
bu.; spot market barely steady; mixed
oats, 26 to 32 pounds, 36i87c: natural white,
30 to 32 pounds, 37f'4'; clipped white,
3S to 40 pounds. 394'fH014c.
HAY' (jnlet ; shipping, 60ig55c; good to
HOPS Urtn: state, common to choice,
1906, 12(fil!tc; l&H. Vtyl3c; olds, 6C(i8c; Paclfio
coast, litoj. 10al4c; 1!M, 9'ij'12c; olds, 7rao.
HluES Fu 111; tialvestiui, 20 to id pounds,
20c; California. 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texas dry.
24 to 30 lbs., 19c.
LEATHER Finn; acid, 2627',4c
PROVISIONS Beef. steady; family,
$11.6i''h1S.00; mess, 9.0(ja 10.00 : beef ham.
$20.00(6.21.00; packet, $10.5tj 11.00; city, extra
India mess, $10.85(i!t.(. Cut meats,
quiet; pickled hei lest, 18.2".f?9."u: pickled
shoulders, $6.5O"Ti7.O0; pickled hams, $9.2.Vfl)
9.5"). iJird, steady; western steamed, $7.75(
7.85; retined quiet; continent, $.00; South
America, $8.75; compound, t$.ViW&i.iilb.
Pork firm; family. $16.00; short clear, $15.'W
tl 17.00; mess, $15.00(15.25.
TALLOW Steady; city, B',c; country.
RICE Firm; domestic, fair, 3V4(6c;
BUTTER Irregular: western Imitation
cr. emery extras, U(i21V4c; firsts, 19c.
CHEESE Firm; s(ate full cream, small,
large, colored and white, September, fancy,
144c; October best, 13VS134c; late made,
small, average best, L'c; state large. 12'qc;
state fair, 12c; skimmed, full- to light, 3Vl
EGOS Weaker; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby, fancy, selected white, 2Vf?.26c; stale
choice, 23ti24e; mixed extra, 2olJ21c; western
firsts, 19c; western seconds, 17(iilS',4c; south
ROl'LTRY Alive, weak; western chick
ens, 11c; fowls. 13c; turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
steady; western chickens, 8(3 17c; turkeys,
135j20c; fowls, 813c.
St. I.onls Cienernl Market.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 27. WH EAT Lower;
No. 2 rpd, cash, elevator, 89ft93c; track,
94Ki944c; May, 82';ic; July, 804c; No. 2 hard,
CORN-Lower; No. 2 cash, 414c; May,
424c; July, 424c-; track, 424143c.
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash, 31c; track,
314ci32c: May, 3OV(i:04c; No. 2 white, 32c.
F15UR Steady; red winter patents. $4.30
fi4 60; extra fancy and straight, $3. 9oi 1,26;
SEED Steady; timothy, $2.5O2.80.
CORN MEALr-SteHdy: $2.20.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 8485c.
HAY Steady; timothy, $8.0014.50; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-99C.
HEMP TWINE 74c.
PROVISION Pork. steady; Jobbing,
$13.75. Lard, higher; prime steamed, $7,224.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra
shorts, $7.75; clear ribs, $8.00; short clears,
$8.25 Bacon, steady; boxed, extra shorts,
$7,824; clear ribs. $8.50; short clears, $9.00.
POULTRY Firm; chickens, 10c; springs,
114c; turkeys, 15c; ducks. 11c; geese.14c;
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 21&28c;
EGGS Lower at 15c, case count.
Flour, bbls 8,000 S.OOv
Wheat, bu 43,000 45.000
Corn, bu 90.000 03,000
Oats, bu 73,000 102,000
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 27. WHEAT Spot:
Nominal. Futures: yuiet; March, 6s H4d;
May, 6s 94d.
CORN Spot: Quiet; American mixed,
new, 4s 3d; old. 4s 84d. Futures: Quiet;
January, 4s 2d; March, 4s 24d; May,
Hol'S In London (Pacific coast), steady
at 2 los to 3 10s.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA, Jan. 27. CORN Steady ; No. 2
yellow, -114c; No. 3, 414c; No. 4, 40c; no
grade. 361?! 37c.
OATS Lower; No. 3 white, 304c; No. 4
RYE Steady; No. 2. 8iti9c.
WHISKY On the basla of $1.29.
Milwaukee Craln Mnrket.
MILWACKEE. Jan. 27. WHEAT Lower;
No. 1 northern. 887c; May, 81V(t814e 'd-
RYE Steady; No. 2, 684c,
BARLEY Steady ; No. 2, 544c; sample,
CORN-Weak: May, 444c.
BOSTON, Jan. 27. WOOL The Boston
Commercial Bulletin says of the wool mar-
Ir.t ' 'Phew, hm uffHln heen (ramurtMl a
fair aggregate of business, although there
mills have continued to manifest interest
In the market, and both worsted and woolen
buyers have taken different grades of wool.
The latter huve by far the largest our
chases. Generally speaking, the week has
shown further signs of improvement. Deal
ers have remained very firm In their hold
ings, having allowed no concessions except
posnlbly when Inferior lots have been con
cerned. Within a couple of weeks It ts ex
pected that manufacturers will have a good
idea as to the wools required to fill their
orders. - Some large Philadelphia woolen
mills have already sold up their entire pro-
duct ion. ShiudI'-s have beciiln constunt re.
quest, while territory, fleece, California,
Texas. Oregon pulled, South American and
Australian wools huve been taken til mod
erate sited quantities. Territories havs
moved as well as the limited stocks allowed,
at 69ti70c for fine clothing, with 72e touched
In a lew instances, while flue medium nas
gone at 'WCSc; half-bloods at 70c; three
eighths, 7i08c and three-quarters at $wjfi;2c
have had a steady call. Quite a clean-up in
eastern Oregon has been reported, some 400
or 5no bales having been taken at 32c, or
about 72C'i73c scoured; California northern
has been freely sold at 28c, or 70c clean,
while middle has been taken at ti7u. or 221
23o In the grease. Texas, likewise, has been
lu demand, eight months having sold at
about Too on a scoured basis. The ship-
1 '''r'i8 "I wool irom woston to aaie from
thorlty. are 18,842,745 lbs., against 19,007.d6e at
the same time last year. The receipts t
date are 14.490.817 lhs., against 15,199.729 for
the same period last year.
ST. LOt'IS. Jan. 27.-WOOL 6teady : me
dium grades, combing and clothing. Cfi'iio:
light Hue. 22fStic; heavy fine, 19'5 21c; tub
washed. Sift 414c.
LONDON. Jan. 27.-WOOL The offerings
at the wool auction sales today amounted
10 i..dio iiaicv, cnieny medium greasy, com
petition was spirited and all sections bought
freely at full rates. Merinos were occasion,
slly I per cent above the December average.
Coarse and low grades sold readily. Cross,
bred were active, following an improved
demand from Americans. Following are
the sales In detail: New Mouth Wales. 2.800
bales; scoured. Is md'T Is 1 id : greasy. 44d4t
Is 20. Queensland. 4.4uO hales; coured. la 2d
4j2s; greasy. 7rifls sd. Victoria, l.UV bales;
scoured. Is Id'ols 11V.d: greasv. "Via1 3d
South Australia. 2' hales; scoured. Is 14d'g
IsM: gieay, M'uls 14d. West Australia.
1.7i bales: greasy. 7d'ul4d. New Zealand.
l.UiJ Iwlea; greasy. 74dils 14d. Cape of
Good Hope and Natal. hales; scoured.
l4!4ila 8d; greasy, 54,Al0d. The arrivals
of wool for the second series of sales
amounted to 44.346 biles, including 34,500 for
warded dl'ect t spl-.nt-rj. The imports dur
ing the week were: New South Wales. 1.081
bales: Victoria. 85; New Zealand. i.loO; Cape
of Good Hope and Natal, 5.146; elsewhere.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.--There was no
notame cnange in tne metal market and
u.,iT it-M.e , 2
at $Jb 15 31.36;
tne situation displayed the usual
ar, thy. boot tin Is quoted
lane aid electrolytic copper are held at
$18.usfcil8 50 and casting at $18.00. Lead Is
quiet with quotations .ranging from $5.604t
I w. according to delivery, and spelter re-
mains dull at $6 X46.45. Iron was un -
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Show Few Changes Compared, with
a Week Ago.
HOGS FIVE CENTS HIGHER FOR WEEK
Sheep and l.amh Market Suffers from
lirk of Demand for Mattoa f'on
aeqnenl ('pan 1'narasonahle
SOUTH OMAHA. Jsn- 27. 19
Ofm iai Monday
Otheial Weine.dy ...
fflcial Thursday ....
Official Friday ,
Total this week...
Three weeks aio .....
Four weeks ago
Same week last yar.
Cattle. Hog. Snep.
.. 134$ 9.901 7.19$
.. .! 1i.ui4 b."J
.. S.342 12. C03 6.0m
.. 1.647 800
476 7,168 24
..16.799 50,7S 34,373
,.18,9!Ni 55,144 81.857
..19.3H1 5(1.877 S.KiS
..12.4St K8.M7 22.21H
.. 8.5i'Jl 88.961 9.858
..17.682 57.220 26.499
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table f hows the receipts of
cattle, hors and i,hevp st South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
year: 1806. 13. Inc.
Cattle 67,679 63,362 4,217
Hogs 196,157 1 81.941 13.81
Sheep 127.316 113.125 14.191
The following will show tne prices paid
for the different kinds of cattle o.i tlw
South Omaha market:
Good to choice corn-fed steers. .. .$4. 858 .40
Fair to rood corn-fed steers I.ia4 85
Common to fair cot.tfd steer . $.$0f4.40
Good to choice cows and h'ers.. 3.2o4i4.00
Fair to good cows and heirers.... 2.MKU.I.25 '
Canners and cutters..; 1.7o!n2.50 ;
, 1 . 1 w , D .1 , a,, 1
wnu Q enmc (,((irnirii unu ieejei e.ne.y-..i
Fair to good stockers and feeders, t io'u.
Common to fair stocke.-s ..ho;T3.25
Bulls, stags, etc !.2.Vo3.75
Good veal calves 6.uofotl.W
The following table shows the avttiajs
price of hogs at South Omaha lor tne last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1906. 105.1804.190J. 11902. 11901. 11J00.
4 63j 4 761 48
4 0i 4 73 37!
t 261 4 36
6 21 4 52
t 201 4 48
t 291 4 66
I 27 4 46
( 29 4 (Ol 4l
6 2941 4 52 4 74 1 50
4 65 4 69 j
4 65 4 74 6 3S
4 5;! 4 68 ti 47
4 681 4 78 ( 09
14 K61 t 541 6 K
6 131 4 64
Jan. 23... I 6 2, ',41 4 63 4 881 6 691 6 03 1 6 16 1 4 69
Jan. 26... I 6 244 1 4 711 4 89 ' I 6 14 6 13 4 40
Jan. 26... $ 3241 4 731 4 871 73! 3 18 4 65
Jan. 27. .. 4 63 4 81 1 0 tt 6 12 I 4 62
RANGE OF PRICKS.
Omaha $1.75(6.00 $4..6fo.40
Chicago 1.25'q6.2& 4.8o6.o
Kansas City 2.0ii S.ls 4.Soi.4o
St. Ixu!s 2.0ofoi.75 4.76fB5.60
Sioux City 2.6K!.40 6.J01i6.35
The following list shows the number of
cars ot stockers and feeders snipped to the
country' Friday and their points of desti
nation: CATTLE. Route. Cars.
H. Coulter, Crawfordville, la. Q 1
A. Chapman. Prescott. la. Q 1
J. Proctor, Kearney Q 1
Sioane, Cnadllla Q 1
A. Vore. Dow Clty,,la.-N. W 2
Smith, 8helby, la.-R. 1 1
M. Uothman, Council Bluffs, la R. I.. 1
O. Tlnney A Bros.. Pilger F. K 1
Ed Elmo. O'Nell-F. E 1
J. H. Pettet. Punlup, Ja. N. V 1
A. P. Lyman, Dunlap, la. N. W 1
O. Eng, Newman Grove N. W 1
E. Sllmer, Stanton N. W 1
W. A. Rose, Nehawka M. P 1
Charles Wallin, Stanton, la. Q 1
F. Signal), Manning, la. Mil 1
J. Hetrlck. Bentley. Ia. O. W 2
James Bell, Bralnard F. E.. 1
The official number of acrs ot stock
brought in today by each road was:
C, M. & Bt. P 1
Wabash "' -' il
Missouri Pacific 8 ..
Union Pacific system. 1 20 ..1
C. & N. W., east 4 ..
C. & N. W., west -.'in, 2 . 1 ....
C, St. P., M. & 0 9
C, B. c Q., east 3 8
C, B. & Q., west 1 lo .. 1
C, It. I. & P.. east... 1 10
Illinois Central J
Chicago G. W .. .
Total receipts 14 loo ;.. 2
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tne num
ber ot head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sher p.
omana packing t o
Swift and Company....
Cudahy Packing Co 2 1,864 24
Armour & Co
Bulla it Kline
Hoffman Packing Co..
CATTLE As usual on a Saturday, thero
were no fresh cattle of any consequence.
The few scattering loads here were not
sufficient to make a market or establish
prices. All that can be said regarding the
current day's business is to quote It as
The receipts of cauls this week have been
only moderate, the run being sjlghtly less
than for the previous week and for the cor
responding week ot a year ago. At the
same time the supply has been about equal
to the demand. The quality of the cattle
on an average has not been anything very
extra, only a few real good loads 01 peef
steers having been received during the
week. The market opened on Monday Just
about lOu higher than the close of the pre
vious week, but this advance was just about
wiped out the day following. Wednesday's
1 market seemed to be a shade belter, but
the trade was slow on Thursday and fullv
steady on Friday. After taking the various
! UP" and downs Into consideration it will be
ouna inai me maraei ai me close or the
week Is very little different from what It
was at tne end ot last week. A. noted
above, the quality of the cattle has uot
averaged very high, but there have been a
few here good enough to bring $5.20 and
The market on cows and heifers has fol
lowed along very closely after the sieer
market, that ts, it opened the week a little
better, losing the advance on Tuesday and
recovering somewhat toward the last of the
rr-. i iiitt wcrn 11 in null! lit quote Hie
market as fully steady at the very least,
some would say a little higher. In extreme
cases possibly Urn 15c, higher. Buyers claim
that the cows and heifers coming especially
the latter part of the week were not verv
good, that the cattle did not kill out very
well and that their killing sheets show that
they are costing them considerably more
than a week ago.
The stocker and feeder market das' been In
very good condition all the week. In fact,
selling interests have had nothing to com
plain of regarding the way their stock and
feeding cattle have been selling for some
time back. Receipts have been moderate
for the last two or three weeks, while the
demand has been quite brisk. The result
has been that the feeder market has heen
quoted strong nd active for almost every
u,!t:::5 w.u liLmi iwg nntk, ui illulv.
This week furnished no exception to the
rule, the tendency of values being stronger
so much so that good western cattle- sold
to feeder buyers as high as $4.40. On Thurs
day the run at this point was most too
heavy and the market showed some weak
ness on that day which just about counter
balanced the gain in values earlier in the
week. In consequence of that the market
at the close is about where it was a week
Ne. Wf. pr No Wt.
1 SS0 I 74 JS 7 I O0
460 M ! r.M I 14
1 1110 I M t 10 I li
TSt : M 1 107S
"0 1 40 I 1100 i
I, ,10W) I Hi I 0t S
I KM I 40 1 141(1 8 S3
1 11SU I SO 1 I1IH) 1
1 m 1 ue 1 i::o 1 m
1 4 lb 4 414 1 SO
COWS AND HEIFERS.
$4 M2 I 41
1 low t 46 1 1J7 M
1 1420 $ U 1 10u0 $ B
t M IM I IN III ,
I ISO $ U l( ,
I li! 4 tl
stock una and feedxr&
4 i li 1 40 t 4
HOGS There was a fair run of hogs for
the last day of the week, close to luO cars
being reported In. The market opened with I
l. .... . . . . . . L- . . . . I
1 yr offering prices that were not much
diften-nt from yesterday, that is $5,304(6 824
,or ,h, general run of the receipts. A
little later they raised their bids and
cleaned up the yards at Prices that urn
Just about 6c higher than the general mar-
ket yesterday. The bulk of the hogs sold
J at $.- 866.374. with quite a shoving of
1 good loads at $6 40 ana s lop at $5 45. Yea
terday the hogs went mostly at $5.Sofl5.3::,.
with a top at $5.40.
The hog market this week has been In
fair shape, but there have been-some quite
nnlewntthy flitctatlons. The week started
out with prices a little higher and there
was a still further strengthening on Tufs
day. that put the market at iviijio higher
than it was at the close t the previous
w-eek. On Wednesday the reaction set in.
the market on that day snowing a decline
on an average of about 6c. Thursday's
market was still lower, the loss that day
being about 7'tc which carried the market
to the low point of the week. The advances
on Friday and Saturday leavts '.tie maiket
6c higher than it was one ( ago.
. . .
sn 6 7i
1 j i;
40 6 17 '
... 6 J7'
40 6 ST',
44 I IT',
6 U .
h J ',
I 57 It
6 I V w,
t 17 t
... 6 M
... I 1,
. . . 6 1.1
... 1 a
40 6 as
40 t 16
... t M
in I is
10 I u
.211 2-m I 7i
SHEEP-There were no fresn receipts 01
sneep lonay ana Tnere was very unit . 1 ....... vnrju- T. --Tot.! Ixmorts of
said regarding the condition of the trade NVV1 hJ3 . iU. V . 1 ' ,,ol. of
this wek in addition to what has already I b!f,,.nnlrf,',, Th inL V,av we?e
been printed In these columns. The rp- NJork for tho Weck ,nd
ceipts this week show heavy gains over the , valued at $12.2.95, 1 olal Inipoit s of sp rle
previous week and over the corresponding ft the nor .of New k J01. ' ' 'V'
week of a year ago. At the satne time that V&X'rt
tieally the whole country has caused a
verv heavv renuction In the consumption
of mutton. Packers all report their coolers
at all points full of meats that are going
Into consumption very slowly compared to
what might be expected during a normal
year. This condition hss been reflected In
the sheep and lamb markets, with the result
that a general decllno In values has taken
place at all points. This market has suf
fered no worse than others and prices are
relatively as high here as at any other
point on the map. However, It has not
been either here or at any other market
point so much a matter of price as It has
of wanting the sheen at any price, pack
ers, so far as can be observed, have not
been making any special effort to break the
market, but have simply refrained from
buying because of not having use for the
stuff arriving. This of Itself has caused the
decline. The loss In values locally amounts
to about 10$25o, the most of It being on the
common to medium kinds. The demand
seems to be limited very largely to choice
handy-weight sheep and lambs. Big heavy
sheep, even If fat, have been very slow
Local sheep men do not appear to have
lost confidence In the future of the market,
but are still of the opinion that cold snsppy
weather such as Is to be expected at this
season of the year would put life Into the
trado and strengthen values.
Quotations for fed sheep and lambs are
as follows: Good to choice lambs. Colo
radqs, $7.0017.25; good westerns, $H.o0!f7.ii:
good lightweight yearlings, $iS.ooi4i.25: good
Heavy yearlings, $5.6536.90; good weathers,
$5.40(ti3.65; ewes, $4.76Cfi5.26.
Quotations for feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feeding lambs, $6.00fl,65; yearlings,
$4.75'd5.50: wethers, $4.6Vn6.0O; ewes, $3.7txS.
4.76; breeding ewes. $4.5O(Sjd.00.
24 western cull lambs
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAIIKET
Cattle, Sheep and Lambs Steady
Ilogra Ntrongr to Fire Cents Higher.
CHICAGO.- Jan. 27. CATTLE Receipts,
3Xi head; market steady; beeves, $3.5octt.25;
cows, $1.354.40; heifers, $2. 4(4.85; calves,
$6.6oiyg.oo; good to prime steers, $5.30at.2u;
poor medium, $3.5oj0.2&; stockers and feed
ers. $2.5041 4.50. -
HOGS Receipts, 19,000 head; estimated
Monday, 62,000 head; market strong to 6a
higher; mixed and butchers, $o.305.t6;
good heavy, jS.IO'ab.te: rough heavy, 6.3o
ij0.35; light, $6.25''au.474; pigs, $4.86(5.36;
bulk of sales, $6.4(l( 6.60.
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipt s, 2,000
head; market steady; sheep, $3.50fya.o;
yearlings, $6.00'J4J.t5; lambs, o. i6a7.i0.
Kansas City Live Stoek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts, ix head; market, unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $5.25'j6.9o;
fair to good, $3.905.00; western fed steers,
$3.50(6.50; stockers -and feeders, $2.75tt4.75;
southern steers, $3.2514.66; southern cows,
$2.;6i3.66; native cows, $2.00410; native
heifers. $3.0og4.$0; bulls, $2.5O'tj3.90; calves.
HOGS Receipts, 4,000 head; market,
strong to 24c higher; top, $5.45; bulk of
sales, $6.85ft6.424; heavy, $o.4CKg6.45; packers,
$5.36?,6.424; pigs and ligtils, $4.S6'5.36; re
ceipts for the week. 5i.Hi0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 200
head; market, nominally steady; native
lambs, $8.004) iT.aO; western lambs, $.0O(i?.25:
ewes and yearlings, I4.504jo.90; western fed
yearlings, $5.&CKiti.3o; western fed sheep,
4.D0CU6.86; Miockers and feeders, $3.25(34.76.
Revr York l ive Stock Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. BEEVES Receipts
2hu nead; no trading; market feeung steady;
dressed beef slow at 64(rj9c for ordinary to
choice native sides. Exports, 980 beeves,
60 sheep and 4,500 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 72 head; no trading;
feeling weak; city dressed veals, steady
at 8fl4c; country dressed, lirm for top
grades, under grades over supply and slow
HOGS Receipts, 3,474 head; feeling nom
SHEEP A.sD LAMBS Receipts, 683 head;
demand slack end market was no more
than steady. Choice snccp sold at 8o.7l pel
hundred pounds; good lumhs, $7.75; dressed
muttons slow at i'tfioc; dressed lambs weak,
..u'124c, . .
St. Lonla Live stoou Market.
BT. LOCI8, Mo.. Jan. 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 600 head, including 126 head Texans;
market steady; native shipping and export
steers, $4.2bCu6.76; dressed beef and buu-hm-steers,
W.ktyl sO; steers under l.isio pounds,
$3.0U(34.10; etockera and feeders, fl.Mut.ib;
cows and heifers. $2.no&4.16; canners, $1.60
62.75; bulls, $2.60-33.40; calves, $2.0mS7.uu;
Texas and Indian steers, $3.0o34.i&; cowa
and heifers. $2.00(3.75.
HOGS Receipts, 3,000 head; niarkst
strong; pigs and lights. $4.76rj660; packers,
$6,004)6.60; butchers and bust heavy, 6.4oy
SHEEP No sheep on sale.
loss City Live Slock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Jan. 27. (Special Tele-
1 gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 400 head
its. 400 head: mar-
kttl stvau ; liee"ri, 4o.wfb.4u; cows, bull,
and mixed, $2.6i'(H.00; stockers and feed
ers. $2.7d4.O0; calves and yearlings, $J.t'Kd
HOGS Receipts, 2,8W heud; market 5c
higher, selling at $-.."iJ5.3o; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 400 head;
at. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jsn. 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 476 head; market, steady; natives,
$J.ui1jS.80; cows and heifers, $1.6034.76;
stockers and feeders. $2. 76 4 10.
HOGS Receipts, 6.682 head; market, i4r
6c higher: light, $6.:it'6.4o; medium and
heavy. 88.354,0.46; bulk of sales, $6.66.ij0.
BllEEP AND LA MB8 Receipts, none.
teek la Bight.
Receipts of live stock at the sis principal
western markets yesterday:
cattle, tings. Sheep
Kansas City .
St. Joseph ....
.1.160 41.361 2,421
Oils sst Resla.
NEW YORK. Jsn. 27.-OII-Cottonseed,
steady; yellow, ti'oit'r. Petroleum, steady;
retined. New York. 7.A0. Philadelphia an.
Baltimore, $7.65; Philadelphia and Baltl.
mgrZ JZ D'"
1 ' 70
more, in bulk. $4 t. Turpentine. oH-SCio .
let; strained to good, $.1.6041
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Jan, 27 OIL Turpen.
tine, firm at 86'jc; sales. 198 bbls.; receipts,
4vi bbls.; shipments. 1.181 bbls.
ROSIN Firm: sales. 1.628 bhls.; receipts,
2.449 bbls.; sluuk. 4ti.577 bbls. Quote: A. 0
and C, $3.46; D, W ITH; JS.J3.I24; F. 13 674;
O. $:!.'4; II, $3 83; I. H..TT',; M. i.:'.".; N,
5 85: VYU, $.i6: WW, t. 15.
OIL CITY. Pa Jan. 2;. OIL--Credit b.il- :
ances. IU1; shipments, loo bbls.; n r- i
age. (i9,iK8 bbls : runs. io,!4 bbls. : n ei nK' I
tit bbls.: shipments. Lima. 8t.iiM
average, 6.1,715 bbls ; runs, l.lmu, 5u..'i2i
average, 4I.5.VS bbls.
Sonne anil Molasses.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.-SI OAR- Raw.
steady: fair reflnlHg. Si ; centrifugal.
test. 84c; molasses sugar, 2V. liMitied.
teadv; No. , 4.2V; No. 7, 4 15c; N'n. n.
t.loc; No. 9. 4W; No. 10. 4c; No. II. 3.:C,c;
No. 12. X.:Vc: No. 13, 3. .; No 14. 3.SV; con-,
fectloner's. A, 4.5Jlc: Mould A. 4.01c: crushed.
5.V: powdei-ed, 48 c; ginnuliled. 4.7i'c,
cubes. 4 9Se.
MOUiASSES Firm; New Orleans iH'U
kettle good to choice. ,HH- to :'.Jc.
NEW 41R1.EANS. .Ian. 27.-RU.MR Fit m:
open kettle. 241S'i,c; centrifugal, S4a'
3-V; centrifugal whites. Settle; yellow. .14
t,: seconds. IT?S l-1c.
MOl.AS'SKS-Oiien kettle, snw.'kk-; centri
fugal. 742.'c; syrup. 264I8IV-.
Clesrlng llonse 4,erage.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27. The statement n'
the clesrlnff house banks for tills weel:
shows that the banks hold $1&.S2!.?30 over tin
legal reserve remtlrenienls. This Is a do
crease of $!34.7X over las week. The stato
lxans. $1.(l.in.:iH: Increase, $15.517. Knit.
Deposit. $l,047,l12.6oii: Increase, $17.7V,.34.
Circulation $52.2ti7.400: decrease. $41K.niv.
lgal tenders, $84,H01.fiCti; Increase, $lhi.0W'.
Sfiecle. $198.ntl.4iO; Increase. $3 038.100.
Reserve, $."77.W8.noO; increase, $:',.501.H.
Surplus. $l,-i.K29.R.si; decrease, fs:',4,.Su.
Ex-United States deposits, $17,9f.S.:i.'5!
crease, $929, 4W.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27,-XFFEE-Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to nn advance of 6 points on sun
port from local trade Interests, steady Eu
ropean cables, light receipts and continued
reports of a good trade demand. Europe
was selling here. There was some scat
tered realising and prices ruled rather
Irregular during the late session. The clow
was steady & points lower to 5 points
higher. Sales were reported of 4.1.750 bigs.
Including February at 6.90c: March, 8.95
7c; May, 7.15c; July, 7.30fti7.36c; September,
7.45(!r7.55c: December, 7.70c. Spol quiet; No.
7 Rio, 8c.
Merchandise nnd Xpeele.
' NTnrV, W th week ending toda'y were
el,Xl PIMri Willi .rir.mrv n,ifis.
LONDON, Jan. 27. Money was In demand
and strong, the supply being affected by the
Inrge balances retained by certain Joint
stock banks for the month end. Discounts
were steady. Trading on the Stock ex
change generally was cheerful but quiet.
Consols were upheld by the arrival of gold
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NEW YORK. Jiin. 27 -COTTON-Bpot
dosed iiict : middling uplands. 1170c; mid
dling g'llr. 11 95c; sales. 672 hales.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 27. COTTON fpOt In
fair demand; prices lower; middling fair,
6KJ1I: good middling. 6 28d; middling. 41.M:
low middling. 6 96.1: good ordinary, - &.6fcd.
The sales of the diiv were 8.000 bales, of
which 1.K bales were for sperulstlnn and
export and included 6.100 bales American.
Receipts. 16.2HU bale, Including $. bales
ST. 1tl lS. Mn., Jan. 27. COTTON
Quiet: middling. 114c: sales, none: receipts.
8 bales; shipments. 86 bales; slock, 43,10$
Hank lenrlnas. '
O.M.MIA, Jan. 27. Rank clearings for t
d;iy were $1,3ic.18.28 and for the corre
spondlng date last year $1,155,451.9.
The clearings for the week, compared
with the coriep ponding week of last year.
. 1.. 116.214.79
. 1.422.490 48
.' 1,807.61 34
Increase over Inst yesr
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