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hie omaha daily bee: Sunday, February u, isoa
-4RALN AND PRODUCE MARKET
hest Oentinnfs to favor Bulls, Though
India Reports Weaken Eiropsan Cables.
SHIRTS SHOW THLIR FlR BY COVERING
May Closes Oae-Elchta Higher Thaa
rrTl Dar After Irel
I t i
I OMAHA, Feb. 10, 1906.
The wheat market continued to look
vary food to the bulla, though European
cables showed a little weakening: due to
more favorable reporte from India, yet
the domestlo situation did not brighten
any. The oold weather continues through
out the winter-wheat belt and there is no
hint of moisture. Shorts showed their ap-
On track: No. 1 northern, K2Ho; No. I
northern, Wc; May, Mc; July. ?Mc
OATS To arrive and on track, ZSHc
KEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
(tnotatlaas of the Day aa Varloas
KBW YORK. Feb. lO.-FLOfR Receipts.
l.ys t.b'.s. ; export!". 1S.3S7 bbls. i market dull
and featurelees; Minnesota . patents, tt w'
4 85; Minnesota bakers, fclfcrfiH W; winter
patents, 4 liv04.i; winter straights. t3.H0ff
4 0u: winter extras. I2.7&a3.2; winter low
grades, 2.6f."r: 20. Rye flour, quiet; fair to
good, W.TOtM (O; choice to frtnty, t4.U6'a4.15.
HueV wheat flour, dull, $2.105115, spot and to
Iil'CKWHEAT-Dull, 61c, delivered New
CORNMEiAI-Btesdv; fine white and yet
lnw. 11.16, coarse, $1. OS ill. to; kiln dried, $2.80
RYE Nominal; No. i western, Tie f. o. b.
BARUEY-Steadv; feeding. 4 c. I. f. Buf
falo: malting, 47fii.2c c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. 26,000 bu.; exports, 39.
9M bu. Spot market easy; No. i red, fWtc
elevator; No. 2 red, SHc f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth, 9fHc f. o. b. afloat. In
Drehennlnn bv Mivuinv nni Mnv ri,at tne i response to poor cables, reports of snow In
oay an eighth higher than yesterday, after the southwest and l.beral northwest roctlpls
a pretty level market all morning. the . wheat showed early weakness today, fol
bulls continue to express great confidence 'owed by rallies on room covering. The
lit hlgn prices, basin tnelr hopes on
damage to the winter, wheat crop. May
finished at ttoHo, July at ato and bep
tember at SSVsc
Corn was weak and managed to fall off
about a fourth of a cent at the close, as
close was steady at MiC to ko net dc-cllne.
May. 90 -lKfiyoc. closed at Ki,c; July. 8Vi
'fttHc, closed at 89Hc; September closed at
CORN Receipts. 97,83 bu.; exports, 4S.806
mi. spot market steady; mo. z, 60c eleva.
. . i t ., c . , . iur aiiu turn nit. a eimw, wtio. rtu.
reflecting good weather, easy
were being maae from the country dls
tiicts despite the decreasing quotations
sent out- The close snowed May corn at
i!e; Ju4y, 44a, and .September 44-Hc
TMe oat market reir..iined about the
same; dull and weak. The closing prices
were: May, oyc; July, iSJsC, and Sep
Bradstreets' clearances ehow Pacific coast
clearances were small, only ll.Tii barrels of
flour snd-ti,0O bftshels of wheat, while
Atlantic and gulf ports cleared 2J3,S35 bar
rels of flour and l.TDOOo bushels of wheat.
The primary receipts of wheat were 628,
0U bushels and shipments of ltiyi.OUO bushels,
as opposed to tiS.luO bushels received and
217.000 bushels shipped last year. Primary
receipts on corn were 401 bushels and
shipments of 462,000 bushels, against re
ceipts of Spt.OOo bushels and shipments of
3M.uuft bushels last year.
Prlngl wlrd: "Total wheat stock at
Minneapolis. 15.202.822 bushels, Including
8.621,600 bushels No. 1, showing decrease in
total of J03.1HS busrrels- for week. Elevator
men and millers are bidding Miy price for
No. 1 northern, to arrive In March."
A notice was posted at the exchange an
nouncing the transfer of a membership
certificate from C. T. Feavey to J. T.
Kuhn T. l. Worrall. Pcnvey s partner,
transferred his certificate to N. A. Iuff
Omaha Cash Bales.
WHEAT 1 car No. I spring. TTVie.
CORN 1 car No. 4. KHe; 1 cars No. S.
3Hc; 1 car No.. I, .86tyc; 1 car No. 3 yel-
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 76S77Uc: No. I
hard. 73(87S4e; No.- 4 hard. 6&73c; No. 2
spring, ll&nc; No. S spring, 72S-74e.
CORN No. 3, 86V4c; No. t white, I7Vig38c;
No. 3 yellow, Kc.
OATS No. mlsed, t74C No. S white,
UTI No. 2. 60c; No. t. CSc..
Wher.t. n rn. Oa'
csbles and prosoects for larger receipts,
The close showed io to c net loss; May
closed at 49c; July closed at 47c; Septem
ber closed at B0c.
OATft-Receipts. 72.000 bu.; exports, SO.BTiS
hu. Bpot market stead v; mixed, 26 to 82
lhs., 3oi&35Uc; natural white. 30 to 33 lbs..
SAS3tc; clipped white, 38 to 40 lbs., 3tP3
HAY Dull; spring, 5055c; good to choice,
HOPS Pteadv; state common to choice.
18fi, llltic; ist4, 9nie: oirls. rjr7c. Pacific
coast, 1!K4, !Sl4c: 1!X4. ixailc; olds, BS'c.
HIPF.8 Steadv; Galveston, 20 to 25 lbs.,
20c; California, 21 to i5 lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to 30 !hs.. lc.
I,KATHER-8tondy: acid. 2CH'527i4.
fKOVlSH.lN?-n-er. itea.dy; family. Hi. so
NEW I0RK STOCKS AND BUNDS
HeiiUting SpfcnlatWe Pentiment ii the
Marked Ftatnracftie Day.
POOH BANK STATEM-NT CAUSES REACTION
Hill Railroad Stocks, Wtalrh Wera
Ulcher Friday, Liosa Most ol
tbo Adra ace Close la
NEW TORK, Feb. W-Todaye dull
stock market was of the same character
as those throughout the week. Hesitating
speculative seniitrent was the marked fea
ture. .Excited advances on yesterday on
the Hill railroads gave place to some re
action today and prices fell back from the
lack of the stimulating Influence of the
strength in those stocks. Some depression
was reflected from the London market
owing to a revival of apprehension over the
outcome of the Moroccan conference.
The narrow prufesslonai character of
the market was demonstrated by the de
mand to cover shorts after the appear
ance of the poor bank statement, which
disclosed the origin of the early selling
of bear operations. . Developments in the
banking situation indicate substantial
ground for the conservative spirit felt In
the stock market. The decrease In the
surplus reserves of the banks by about
one-naif to less than $4,0uu,vu0 Is Itself a
showing of the narrow margin for ex
pansion of banking credits for which the
uetnand continues, as shown by the week s
Increase In the loan item of $4,K12.100. The
decrease in cash of $6,297,000 reflected not
only the known movement of currency for
the week, but the carryover from the
statement of the week before, which failed
to show the full flecrease. Arrangements
have been made already for the shipment
of $l.i&0,0U0 gold to Sjuth America next
week. A deposit of $2.oo0,000 at the sub
treasury today for transfer to San Fran
cisco will also figure in the coming ha nil
statement. The day's report of the pro
posed $2oo,000,0u0 bond Issue by the South
ern Railway company and of the purchase
13.u0; mees. I9.00frl0.00: beef hams. $:?P.0ca i by bankers of a large block of American
zj.w; P'i''-au-": ci'v extra inaia t Telephone bonds are signlllcant of a ten
TS?'.. i18n?W?1Si?Lut DT2tsV ?let: Idency which has become a marked feature
pickled bellies, $)!.60j9flO; pickled shouldeis, of the nnanclal situation. The expansion
943.B75; decrease. $5,lM.0Po. Ex-mtted States
deposits, $H.0S,S&; decrease, $5,179.fcX.
Kew Tork Moaer Market.
NFW TORK, Feb. 10-MONF.T On call,
ho loans; time loans, firm; sixty days, 4H
per cent; ninety days and six months, 4S
1PR1MK MERCANTILE PA PER dVmitl
STERLING EXCHANGE Heavy, with
actual business In bankers' Mils at $4 STlO-q
4 74) for demand and at $4 83754. KHS for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. HM'i and
t M; commercial bills, $4 83Vu4 S.fVi
SILVITK Bar, (We; Mexican dollars, $0c
PONDs--Govemment and railroad, steady.
The following were the closing quota
tlons on bonds:
C. a. rrf. ta. rI 1M Jps s M sarlas
4o coupon Infl 1 do 4i ctla
D. 8. la. rg 1":! to 4i rtt
do coupon 10! V do Id series
t. e. old 4. ret I"3 t,. N. nnl. 4s...
do coupon l'l Man., c. g 4s
I". B. new 4a, res. . . .lZtK Met. Central 4a.....
do coupon do let Inc
Am. Tobacco 4a Minn. A 8t L. 4s..
do in M., K A T. 4a 10i
Atrhlaon (en. 4a 1044 do 2a fe
do adk 4a fw N. R. R. ot M. e. 4a. t
Atlantic c. L. 1!H N. T. C. l. Ista s
..1041. N. J. C. . 5a. 1I1H
.. Ms, No. Pacific 4a. los
.. do la U
..114 N. A W. s. ta. ltnvt
.. MUj O. a. L. Hd(. 4a rv
.. Itsrinn. ronT. mi lout
.. t" Reading gen. 4a 101
..m Bt. U a 1. H. c. ta .117
.. e0a Bt. L. A ft. F. la 4a. I7
C, B. A Q. n. 4.....1U1S at. U B. W. e. 4a ... I.
v., a. i. m r. a -seaDoara a. s. ., si
do sol. la Mia Bo. Pacific 4a rt
OCC. I I. L 4a.. K do lat 4s etfa ITS '
i-oio. ma. 6i. aer. A. so. Kallwaj ta lll4
do series B ... 77 v Teua ft P. Is Ill
Colorado Mid. 4a TitiT., ilLIW. 4a... 84
tolo. A So. 4a M I'nlon Pacific 4a 1U9
Cuba ta 1U7 do cotit. 4a 1M
D. A R. Q. 4a r. 8. 8teel Id ta
t-'im.tnmrm sec. aa.... aa vtaoaan la ........
Erie p. I. 4a UX do deb B
do gen. 4a SV Weatern Md 4a ...
Hoiklug Val. 4Va....Jl'H W. A L. K. 4a...
Japan ta looia, Wis. Central 4s....
Bal. A Ohio 4a.
Brk. R. T. c. 4a
Central of Oa. ta
do let Inc
do 2d inc
do Id Inc
Chee. A Ohio 4Ha.
Chicago A. le.
OMAHA UVE STOCR MARKET
All Desirable Itndi of Cattla Slew De
H06S ARE ACTIVE AND A SHADE HIGHER
Sheep aad Us sabs tieaerally Tea ta
Flfteea Hitter Tbaa Week A a a,
with Maeh More Healthy
Tost to the Trad.
SOUTH OMAHA, Feb. 10, lMt.
OMAHA, Feb 10 Bank clearings, for
todsy were $1,314.1174.76 and for the cor
responding date last year, l,09u,72!l.36.
; J.."' m ia"' 01 enterprises nas resuiiea in an enormous
..L;.: 3,r Ii ' S ncrt,lt ln tne needs lor capital ana tne
steady; continent, $S.lf Pouth America, hi h of nrirea for securities offers
$8.66; compound. .13fctU7V. Pork, steady; frhac!?ve opDO?tunltv for their notation
family. Hfi.fytfH? 50: short clears. 115.004il7.5o: SAlc"?-opP?' l"n,t. t?I L. V. "2. . .n
I A lit? iri;rit lien , mm urn u. ...iuj anvi
Bt. Louis ....
TALLOW Steady; city, Bc; country, BtJ
R1CF3 Steady ; domestic, fair to extra, SVs
QKc; .Trnnn. nnmlnal.
BI'TTER Firm; held, creamery, common
to extra, 17i23c; western factory, common
to firsts, 1417c.
CHEESK Hrm; state, full cream, email
and large, colored and white September,
fancy, 144c; state, October, best. 134al4o;
state, lnte made, small average, best. 12c;
stste lare-e. UAtc: state, fair. lHt'S12c.
EGGS Ensler; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white. 212&e; state
choice, 22S23c; state mixed extra, 21c;
western firsts, lgfeQ-lDc; state western
seconds, 17s(i3l8c; southerns, lilc. .
POULTRY Alive, firm; western chickens,
11c; fowls, ldc; turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
steady to firm; western chickens, lOfolSc;
turk'-ya, lSiyilc; fowls, 105j13c.
CHICAGO GRA15I ASD PROVISIONS
127 St. Louis General Market.
28 ST. LOUIS. Feb. 10. WHEAT Futures.
' higher; cash, lower; No. 2 red, cash, ele
3 vator, S8(jjac; track, Mr95c; May, 83ic;
July. 2c; No. 2 hard, SlJsac.
CORN-Lowcr; No. 2 cash, 4014c; track,
ill. IZa. k . . if V A . T..1.. i1LA.jqUA
OATS Dull; No. 2 cash, 31c; May, 30c;
July, .be; track. 31HJirc; No. 2 white. Sic.
b t.O. - it Steady; red winter patents, $4.30
(l'l.v; extra lancy and straight, W.iMit.;
c.eitr, , rfti3.26.
Sl Timothy; steady; $2.B02.80.
COKNMEAL Steady; 12.20.
BRAN Steady ; sacked, east track, 84&
Featares of the Tradlajr aad CloalnK
Prleea on Board of Tea da.
CHICAGO. Feb. 10. Covering by shorts
late ln the session today caused a firm tone
in the wheat market and the closlnsr prices
were almost at the highest point of the day. , g&c
, Compared with yesterday's final quotations, HAT-Slow; timothy, $8.f3a4.60; prairie,
however, the close today showed very little $g.coll.00.
change. Corn was down h.Kc. Oats were IRON COTTON TIES $1.02.
practically unchanged. Provisiona were Vri3 BAGGING Vc.
12Ho lower. HEMP TWINE "Mo.
During; the early part of the session the PROVISIONS Pork, lower; lobbing, $14.50.
market was Inclined to be weak and there Jard, steady; prime steam, $7.40. Dry salt
was considerable selling by pit traders. An meats, steady; boxed, extra shorts, $8.12H;
early dispatch from Liverpool quoted the clear riD, $8,734; "hort clears, $9.00. Bacon,
market as being off Sd to Vid because of ,teady; boxed, extra shorts, W.&Tt; clear
vain in the drouth stricken portion of India. , rlhli $9.X2H; short clears, $8-26.
.Another depressing Influence was the ab- POULTRY Quiet; chlckenB, 10c; aprings,
sence of extreme cold weather In the winter i,,. turkevs. l&c: ducks. 13c: reese. 7HSic.
ItilQal, urn V I iiej lUllitru smicei. a i una'
receipts were liberal, but their effect was
offset by a-decidedly strong tone to -the
market for cash wheat In the northwest
and southwest. Reports from Kansas City
1 mitring a fair export business ln flour stim
ulated demand lata ln the day. The high
rolnt for May was KHo and the market
dosed firm, with May at BJVtC Clearances
of wheat and flour were equal to SMI.COO
bushel a Prlmarv receipts were B28.000
bushels, apatnst S19.CT0 a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Cnlcago reported re-
celpts of SSI cars, against 20 last week and
186 a year ago.
The feature of trading In corn was selling
by a prominent commission house, but the
volume of -enerul business was small. News
of tke day favored lower prices and the tone
of the market! was easy. Local receipts
were - In excess of estimates) weather
throughout the com belt oontlnued favor
able for grading and a slight decline was
reported on the Liverpool market. May
rpened MfUe lower at 43,48Tsc and
throughout the day held within these fig
'nres. Final quotations were at 44,&441c.
Local receipts were 316 cars, with 26 of con
The oats market nein steady an oay. put
BGGS-Lower, 14 c
Flour, bbls. ,
Minneapolis Grata Market.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). The range of prices, as reported by
F. D. Day & Co., 110-111 Board of- Trade
47,000 . 67,000
stocks are expected therefore to be largely
supplemented within a short time.
Tne firmness of the money market ln
London continues and the recent advancing
tendency of sterling exchange at Pans
underwent a reaction today. Reports that
shipments of gold to Europe next week
were ln contemplation gained currency to
day, but were not confirmed. The stock
market closed irregular.
Total sales of bonds par value, $1,163,000.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change were as follows:
Bales. High. Law. cioee.
Adama Expreaa, cx-dlr
American C. A r'
Amerlou C. A F. pfd
American Cotton Oil
American Cotton Oil
American H. A 1 p'd
American loe. tecurltlea....
American Llnaeed OH
American Llnaeed Oil pfd..
Aroer. Locorootlre pld
American 8. A R
American B. A R. pfd
Amt-rican Sugar Keflulng...
Amer. Tobacco pfd otfa-...
Anaconda. Mining. Co
Atlantic Coast Ling
Baltimore A Ohio
Baltimore A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Central of New Jeraey
Cheaapeaxo A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago A Alton pfd
Chicago Oreat Weatern
Chicago a Northwesters
71.100 lltS 1144a HIS
Hm 44 44 44
'too 240 "
1,200 lt3 111 363
1,00 145 144 141
tOO 11 106 106
71. too 28S 277 187
1.100 1 HI 1
100 164 163 160
1,100 114 11S 113
1.100 86 14
1.800 174 174
1.400 6S t
1.100 II II
1.100 217 233
Chicago, Mil. A St. Paul.. 1.200 1M 1M 14
'"jii '69 'o
40 til tit
'lioo 'wig '47
Articles. I Open. I High. I Low. Close. Yeg'y.
May... S3'g 64 IS 64 83
July... 86 8b 85 86 65
118 118 118
May... 118 118 1 1714 1 18 1 18H
July... 1 18 1 1H 118 119 UIH
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 84c; No. 1 northern, 83c; to arrive,
83c; No. 2 northern, 82c; to arrive, 82c;
No. 3. 80fOHc: No. 1 durum. 7SVc: No. 1
trading; was lifeless. May opened "Ac lower 1 durum. 72c. Corn: No. 1 yellow. 364c; No.
at 80c, sold up to tOc and closed at SO 1 3, 8SVc. Oats: No. 8 white. 28c; No. I,
ztiH'e'-ic. tsariey. ao-ijic. nye, wawc.
Flax: Cash. $1.154: May, $117.
2 Provisions were weak because of selling
Qj' Induced by Ineressed receipts of live hogs.
V' the close May pork was down 12Hc at
Jttls. lard was off IV"f t $7.7557.77. ribs
.-r-f, were ?0Ol!'fc lower at $7.87H
" Estimated receljts for Monday: Wheat.
40 cars; corn, 744 can; oats, 200 cars; hogs,
There will be no market Monday, Lip
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. I Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y.
4 '"vn 1
Sept. I 44
44 I 44 I44" ' id.
44, 44 44,
Hllwtskct Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 10. WH EA T Mar
ket steady: No. 1 northern, 8MJ66c; No. I
northern, 82S5c; May, bid.
RYE Lower; No. 1, ftTHftOSc.
BARLEY Dull; No. 2. 5ac; sample, 89g
CORN-Qulet; May. 43ic, bid.
Liverpool Grata and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. lO.-WHEAT-Spot,
nominal; futures quiet; March, 6s 10d;
May. 6s 8d; July, ts 8d.
CORN Siot steady! American mixed
new. 4s ld;Amerlcan mixed old, 4s Sd;
futures quiet; March, 4a 14; May, 4s
10 176 171
15 1ft I IS 10 I 14 S7H
14 I 14 H6 I 14 85
7 75 I T t I T 76
7 SO j 7 3 I 7 87
71 I 1 7l 7 K7l
I 05 6 07i 7 7
7 771,1 7 W
7 67j T 80
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA. 111.. Feb. 10. CORN Lower:
. No. 8 yellow. 40c; No. I. 40c; No. 4, Sstec.
16 00 M6 12V4 OAT9 Easy; No. f white,
14 85 15 00 white. U30c; No. 4 white, :
RYE-Unchanged; No. 2, flic
- ' I Ti-u TULr v ei oa
Cash quotations were as follows;
FLOUR iHill, easy; winter patents, 8JT0
fct-OO; winter straights, $3,7tij'o.o5; sirinr
patents. $J.7i"y3 9i; spring straihls, (3.6jt
8.70: bakers. $2 2ojf3.UO.
WHEAT No. 1 spring. S4?TGc: No. I
spring, hlH4o4'ic; No. 2 red. 8uS4S7e.
CORN No. 2, 40Vsc: No. t yellow. 40e.
, OATS No. 2. 2V4i8V; No. t whits, 3iVi8
t2c; No. 3 white. 2S61c.
RYE No, X. trie.
BARLEY Good feeding. 3o3SVic; fair to
choice malting, 4!'g4sc.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, $111; No. 1 northwest,
ein, 116V. Tlmothv, prime, $3.25. Clover,
contract grade. HITS.
PROVISIONS Ma pork, per bbl., $14.75
tJ14.0. Iard, per Wu lbs.. $7.0SJl Bhort
ribs sides floose.1, $7.704.80. Short clear
aides (boxed). $.21k&8.SO.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bblg 2H.100 84.8uO
Wheat, bu t-M'i 4V.400
Corn, bu 2SW.7oO J47SUU
OaU, bu , 1IK.0U0 337.SOI
Rye. bu 7.0u0
lianey, ou 140,11s N.suu
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was Ann; creameries, Vii'Jlc;
dairies. 17t?4c. Eggs, steady; at mark,
casus includtd, liiyiec; firsts, lec; prims
firsts, 17ct extras, lite. Cbeese, steady, U
Kaaaae City Grain and tVowlaloas.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 10. WHEAT
weak! May, 7Mc; July, 76c- September,
7bSe; cash. No. 3 hard, sue; No. t, 74J&
74c; No. 1 red. KtuWlc; No. a. lc.
CORN-Weak; May. SV; July, e;
caih, No. 1 mixed. 3Sjc; No. $ whit.
l3wc; No. 3, 3Sc
OATS Steady; No. I white, (&Jlc.
No t mixed. 30c.
RYE Steady, 60c.
HAY-8tady; choice timothy, H.608 U.00;
Choice prairie. $8 0uti.50.
BUTTER Steady: creamary. 2F-
EGGS Steady; Missouri and Kansas,
new No, I whtlea'ood cases Included. )4Vic;
caso count, X&c; cases returned, e less.
The receipt and shipments of grain were:
Wheat, bu 81. uo 34.OU0
Corn, bu , 64. Out) 6o.0O
Oats, bu 11,000 31. uo
Dalath Grata Market.
DULUTH, Feb. 16. WHEAT To arrive:
No. I Borthern, 82ci No. $ norther a. K0c.
Philadelphia Prodnee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 10 BUTTER
firm; extra western creamery. 2Sit)'J84c.
EGGS Steady; western fresh, l.c, at
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream,
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO, O., Feb. 10. SEED Clover,
cash and February, $8 57; March. $S 62;
April, fi.it; timothy. $1.62; alslke, $8.00.
Chicago T. AT..
Lhickgo T. A T. pfd
C , C C. A 6t. Louie
Colorado Fuel A Iron
Colorado A Southern
Colorado A 80, let pfd...,
Colorado A Bo. Id pfd
Cora Producta pfd
Delaware A Hudaos
Delaware. U A W
Denver A RIs Orande
Denver A Rio Orande pfd. .
D I all Here BecurHlos
Erie lat pfd
Erie Id pfd
Hocking Valley ,
International Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaas City Southern
Kanaas Cllv Boulhera pfd..
Lounrllle A Naahvllle
Metropolitan Securities ....
Metropolitan Street Ry
Mlnneapolla A St. Loula...
M., St. P. A 8. S. M
M.. St. P. A S. 8. Ii. pfd..
Mlaaourl, Kanaaa A Texas..
M . K. A T. pld
National R. R. of at. pfd..
New York Central
New York, O. A W
Norlk A Western
Norfolk A Weatern pfd
Pittaburg. C, C. A St. L..
Pneaed Steel Car
Praaaed Steel Car pfd
Pullman Palace Car
Reading lat pfd
Reading Id pfd
Republic Bteel pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
Bt. Loula A 8. F. 2d pfd...
St. Loula Southwestern
Bt. Loula Buulhweeters pld
Southern Pacific pfd.
Southern Railway pfd
Tenneaeee Coal A Iron
Toledo, St. Loula & W
Toledo, Bt. Louis A W. pfd
t'nlon Pacific pfd
t'slted 8iatea Expreee
tuned States Realty
t'nlted Btoiea Rubber
t nlud Btatea Rubber old..
t'nlted Btatea Bteel
United Btatea Bteel pfd...
ve--uaroltna t hemlcal ....
Va. -Carolina Cbem. pfd...
Weatlaghouse Electric ....
Wheeling Lake Erie....
Wleconslu Central pfd
Central Leather pfd
Total atlas lor the day, 471,000 aharaa.
Saturday . .
$1.3t J. 752 93
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday ...
Official Thursday ..
Official Saturday ...
Three weeks ago ..
Four weeks aco ..
Same week last year ....15,654
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
or the year to dute, comparing with last
ar: ik 11M5. Inc.
Cattle 108.740 SS.291 10.448
Hogs 812.977 r74.1d UMi
Sheee? 168,S1 163.1M 161
CATTLE QUOTA! JONS. '
The following will show the price paid
for tbs different kind of cattle on the
South Omaha market.
Good to choice corn-fed steers $4 05.l
Fair to choice corn-fed steers 4.6vVi.Si
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... $.75u4.aO
Good to choice cows and heifers... f.6uS'100
Fair to good cows and heifers.... I6t, t0
Canners and cutters .00a.u.50
Good to choice Blockers and feeders l.oj 14J
Fair to good stockers and feeders.. l iogi Ti
Common to fair stoukera 176ij6.2(
Bulis, a-.a. tc , l.'ui.li
Good veal calves t.0u4it.5f
The fullowinc table shows the average
price of hogs at 'South Omaba for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Totals $9,329,557.65 $7.135,Wi
IncrAnaa over lust vear. 12 .173 B12 3ft
OMAHA WHOLESALE! MARKET.
Date, j 1906. 1906.l04.la.lSQ2.1901,18O0.
100 160 14 160
1.000 161 110 160
1.200 71 70 70
1.800 10 120 120
100 26 26 26
100 168 168 167
1.200 101 101 101
1.100 16 16 16
W0 14 14 14
1. 100 160 14 160
4O0 62 . 62 62
1.100 W k8 Si
1.100 103 102 102
100 47 47 48
7.100 141 141 141
600 10V 100
1.100 it it :
100 lot 101 102
41.10 141 111 141
700 16 14 84
100 107 107 107
t.000 27 M 26
1.210 118 111
10,600 41 4t
400 101 101
1,400 16T 169
100 16 IS
100 16 16
London Closing; Blooka.
LONDON, Feb. 10. Closing quotations on
0 7-11 N. T. Central...
.. lo Norfolk A W
.. 14 1 do pld
.. 04 Ontario a W
. ,im reunaylvanla ...
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market was unchanged:
1 an, nil, 1. -1 7 L fair r. ufnnA
at SVtfOo, prime at Sc, choice at lc and a aTcouut
fancy at lltfllVkC. Aswwda
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunes Juhiios
continued ln fair demand, with quotations i do md
ranging from 47c to 6c, according to grade. ; haltlmere A Ohio... .117 Rand Mlues
Light offerings resist Business in apneots -anian racing ..,.! aeading
to some extent and holders are very firm I JPhl0-, at pfd
In their views; choice are quoted at l'fr 1 lc0 .0l- w- .S '
10V. extra choice at 10100 and fancy LbH ?i Bo.u,D"n Railway .
at 1KH2C Peach., are In .light demand. ! ten JIT A R.'.' a'.'.!!!; J5 sotthf PaVin'c""
but steady, with extra choice quoted at, go pfd u I'mon Pac'Sc
Hie. fancy st 10H"nic, extra fancy at 1 : Erie t' de pld
613c Seeded raisins are barely steady, do lat pfd el V. a. Steel.
2 ai 1 but the general market Is unchanged; looso ) do Id pfd 74V ' do ptd ....
VliiaratvTe are, nnnta at MftaA. f aee.ted ! Illlnola Central Ill .Vabsah ..
at 6ifr:7sc and London layers at tl.6o(Sa.6U ' J"'" f Kali,...i4wj 40 p .
Oils aad Rosin.
NEW TORK, Feb. 10 OILS Cotton
seed oil. steady; prime crude, f. o. b. mills.
t4Vj-2ic; prime yellow, 31V22c. Petroleum
steady; refined New York. ;.oo; Philadel
phia and Baltimore, In bulk, $1.60. Turpen
tine quiet, OB(j?c.
ROSIN Steady ; strained common to
OIL CITY. Pa.. Feb. 10 OILS Credit
balances. $1.58; shipments. 64. BOO bbls.; aver
age. 02.cC bbls.; runs. 63.4tw bbls ; aversge,
53.123 bbls.; shipments, Lima. 96,530 bbls ;
average. 73.460 bbls.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Feb. 10.-OIL Turpen
tine, firm, 66c.
ROSIN Firm: A. B, C. D, and E. $3.45;
H. S3W; I. $4 40; K, $5 10; M. (5.35; N.
I5.S5; WO, $6.05; WW. $C14.
NEW TORK. Feb. 10. M ETA LS There
was no change In the various metal mar
kets, business being quiet In the absence
of cables Lake and electrolytic copper
are quoted at $17 Tbttll.50 and casting at
$17.5017 24j. Lead is quiet at $6 6u&6.76
and spelter full at $6.60. Iron is quiet and
BT. lOUIS. Feb. 10 METAUS 144.
dull. $0 a-V Spelter, weak, fa.SO.
SILVER Bar. firm. SOKd tr ounna.
MONEY 4S4" per cent.
The rats of discount in the open market
for short bills is 3 18-144M per cent: fur
three months' bills, 3&a 15-16 per cent.
Row York Mlalac Stoeka.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10 Closing quotations
on mining stock were
. . 4
Little Chief ...
Bo!! Hopes ..
Brunewlck Cos ..
Cos lal. A Vs..
LaadvlUe Cea ...
Clearlasj Boas Avtragea,
NEW YORK, Feb. 11-Th statement ot
the clearing house for the bank week shows
that the buna holds $5,643,675 over the legal
requirements. This Is a decrease of $6.U4,
050 under last week. The statement follows:
Loans, $1.0r.l.Mi7,2uO; lncr, $4.632.1ug). De
posits. (l.OiWl.SuO.SOo; decrease, $462 200. Clr
eu lat Ion, $6144Staa); deereae. tfci luO, Legal
tenders, $M.286.60; decrease. $3.6td.6ou. Specie.
$li.al.600; decrease, tl,H;., Reserve, $71..
lsl.Soti; decrease, Ji.ar.lnj. Reserve required.
Ms.ar7.7H6i decrease, IUJ.0M. Surplua, V7-
Condition of Trade and Qnotatloas on
Staple aad Fancy Prodnre.
EGGS Receipts liberal; candled stock un
settled at 15!&16c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 9Hc; old roost
ers, 6c; turkeys, 15c; ducks, 10c; young
roosters, 8fi9c: geese, 8c.
DRESSED POULTRY Turkeys, 18iff20c;
old toms, 154716c; chickens. lOgllc; old
roosters. 7c; ducks, Ui&12c; geese, SQlOc.
BUTTER Packing stock. 15c; choice to
fancy dairy. lSlc; creamery, 21S1211c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: No. 1 upland, $6.00; medium, $o,50;
coarse, $4.504f6.o0. Rye straw, $6.50.
BRAN Per ton, $16.50.
HIDES, PELTS AND TALLOW No. 1
green hides, 9c; No. 2, 8c; No. 1 salted,
12c: No. 2, 11c; green bull hides, iyJEOc;
cured, SffllOc: dry hides. 1&520C. Horse
hides, larere, $3.26: small, $2.50. Sheep pelts,
each, 60c&$1.25. Tallow, No. 1, 4c; No. 2,
$c; rough, lc.
BATES Per box of 30 1-lb. pkgs., $2;
Hallowe'en ln 70-lb. boxes, per lb, 5c; Bay
ers, per lb., 4c; walnut-stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs.,
$3 per doi; S-lh. boxes, $1.
ORANGES California fancy Redland
navels, all sizes, $3.00; choice navels. $2.75.
LEMONS Llmoniers. extra fancy, 240
slee. $3.25; 3K to 360 sixes, $3.75.
FIGS California, per 0-lb. carton, TS
Soc; imported Smyrna, three-crown. 11c;
BANANAS Per medium slxed bunch,
$1.75(2.25: Jumbos. $2 6"'S3.00.
TANGERINES Florida, per box of about
GRAPE FRUIT Florida, per box, $7,000
$7.50; California, per box, $4.0O5.O0.
PEARS Winter Nellis and Mount Ver
APPLES California Bellflowers, 11.40 per
bu. box; Ren Davis, $1.75 per bu. box;
Wlnesaps, $2.25 per bu. box; other varieties.
$2.00ffl2.50 per bu.; New Tork apples, $5.00
CRANBERRIES Jersey. $16.50 per bbl.
GRAPES Imported Malasras, $5.6O6.00.
POTATOES Home grown, per bu., 60(9
65c: South Dakota, per bu .5c.
ONIONS Home grown, yellow and red,
per bu.. 85c; Spanish, per crate, $1.50; Colo
rado, red and yellow, per bu.. $1.00.
NAVY BEANS-Per bu., $2.00.
LIMA BEANS Per lb., lc.
CABBAGE Home grown and Wisconsin.
ln crates, per lb.. 2c.
CARROTS, PARSNIPS AND TURNIPS
Per bu.. Hf75c.
CELERY Kalamaioo, per dog., 2&g35c.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per 2-bu.
TOMATOES California, per crate of
lbs.. $2.50; Florida. 6-basket crates, $6.00.
WAX BEANS Per hamper of about 30
lbs. net, $600.
STRING BEANS Per hamper of about
SO lbs. net. $3.004.00.
EGG PLANT Florida, per dox., $1.25(81. 60.
GREEN PEPPERS Florida, per hamper
of sbout 10 dor., $3.50.
TURNIPS Louisiana, dox. bunches, 75e.
SHALLOTTS Louisiana, per doa.
HEAD LETTUCE Louisiana, per bbl.,
$12.("Kffl5.00; per dozen heads, $1.75&2.0O.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per dozen
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per dozen, $2.
RADISHES Hothouse, per dosen bunch
MT'FH ROOMS Hothouse, per lb., 60c.
CAL'LIKLOWKR California, about
heads to crate. $3.50.
' No. 1 ribs, 18c; No. 2 ribs. 104e; No. t
ribs, 7Hc; No. 1 loin, 16Hc; No. 2 loin, lic;
No. t loin, 9Hc; No. 1 chuck, 54c; No.
chuck. 4Hc; No, I chuck. 4c; No. 1 round,
1'Ttc; No. 2 round, 6Vtc; No. 3 round, 6c; No,
1 plates, 4c; No. 2 plates, SHc; No. t plates,
CIDER Per kep, $3.75; per bbl., $6.75.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $3.60.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 15c; Wisconsin
brick, 15c; Wisconsin Umberger, 13c;
twins. 15c; Young Americas, 164o.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shells, new
2oJ 17 67 n-M , erntv net- Ih . 1F.U.C hnrrl ahelle n lb
47.700 iw 116 lis ; j3ic. i'ecans. large, per lb., 14c; small.
per lb.. 12c. Peanuts, per lb.. 7c: roasted.
per lb , 6c. Chili walnuts, per lb., 12ul3'c.
Almonds, soft shell", per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., 15c. Fhellbark hickory nuts.
per du.. sl.zo; large rucaory nuts, per du.,
tl 60. Chestnuts, per lb., 15c. Cocuanut.
$4 6-1 per sack of 100.
FRESH FISH-Trout. 11c: halibut, 10e;
pickerel, dressed, 7c; white bass. 11c; sun
fish, 6tt0c; perch, skinned and dressed, he;
pike, loc; redsnapper, lie; salmon, 11c;
crapplcs, 6fiKc; eels, 18c; black bass, tic;
whitefiph, 12o; frog legs, per dox., 65c;
lobsters, green, S4i;; boiled lobsters, 37c;
bluefish. 15c; herring, 4c; Spanish mackerel,
eZ? ' 16c; haddock, loe; shrimp. $1.0ujjpl.6t per
I , D.llAn- .mWa l1).. ,4 11.,
OYSTERS Fresh standard, $1.40 per gal.;
Shell oysters, $l.unifi2.ou per 100; Little Neck
cl.tni! $1.50 per 10.
SUGARS Grantilsted cane. In bbls.. $6.06;
grsnuUted eane. In sucks, $5.01; granulated
beet, in (lacks, $4.01.
SYRUP In barrels. 24o per gal.; ease.
6 lo-lb. cans, $1.60: cases, 11 6-lb. cans,
$1.M; rases. 24.2Vlb. cans. $1 SO.
COFFEE Roasted: Nu. 85, 250 per lb.;
No. So, Xoc per lb.; No. 25. lo per lb.;
No. 20. 15.e per lb.; No. 215. l.'4c per lb.
FLOUR (wholesale) Best high grade Ne
braska, per cwt., $2.00; best high grade
patent Minnesota, per cwt.. $2 3d; straight
patent Nebraska, per cwt'., $2.00; eeoonl
patent Nebraska, $1.90.
CURED FISH-Funiily whiteflsh, per H
bbl., IO lbs., $4.50; Norway mackerel, per
bbl., 200 lbs.: Bloaters. $40.00; No. 1. $28.u0;
No. 2. $6.00; No. 3, $20.00; Irish No. 2.
$17.00. Herring, in bbls., 2u0 lb, each: Nor
way, 4k, $12.uu: Norway. 3k, $13 Uu; Hoi.
land, .mixed, $71.50. Holland herring in
kegs: 'Milkers, sue; kegs, mixed, 70c
LKOOMS No. 1 carpet, $3.21; No. t car
pet. $2.40; No $ plain, $3.25.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
ern, 5iifrc; Maine, $1.35. Tomatoes, 1-lb.
caus. $l.&al6u; t-lb.. 97'4ci&$l.oij; pine
apples, grated. I-lb., $2.06r2.30; sliced. $1 Ki
et; gallon apples, fancy, $3.60; Cali
fornia apricots, 11. 4OS2.0U; penis, $1.7jo)
2.50; peaches, fancy, $1.7562 40; H. C
peaches. $2.002.50; Alaska salmon, red,
$115; pink. 9c; fancy Chinook, F., $2.10;
fancy sockeye, F., $1.95; sardines, V-11,
12 60; V-mustards. $2 503.10; sweet pota
toes, $1.154jl26; sauerkraut, $l.tJ; pump
kins, soc'ull uO; wax beans. 1-lb., 7((j9oc;
Lima beans, 2-lb., 7s(iljctil.5 ; spinach,
tl.3t.ija2.0u; cheap peas, "i-lb., toe; extra,
7o?)c; fancy, $1 $54il.75.
EVAPORATED FRUITS Fancy Mulr
peaches. 12c; choice Muir peaches. llc;
fancy yellow, 12c; 6o-4ki prunes, 7c; So-70,
7c; fancy New York ring apples, llc;
choice. IVtsc; fancy 4-crpwa louse musca
tel raisins. 7c; k-crown, 7c- 2-crown, bWc;
fancy seeded raisins in 1-lb. cartons, 7e;
choice seeded. In 12-os cartoons, 7e; east
em pitted cherries. 17c; New York evap
orated black raspberries, Soc: fancy pears,
lac ; choice, 15c; fancy nectarines, 6c; fancy
apricots, llc; choice royal. 10c; Hal
loween dates, Vigc; glace citron, 17c; can
dled, Ue, teuton. Uoi orauae, 14,
Feb. I. .
a 48 I
6 06! It
671 6 Si
H t w
RANGE OF PRICES.
... 15.Kyii.30 6.25.00
... t.Urtrt.OO 6.66H6.S5
... l.tot.06 610t6 95
.... 2.5ty5.26 6.506.70
shows the number of
cars of stockers and feeders shipped to the
country Friday and their points of des
tination: CATTLE. Cars.
F. Haynes, Stewart, la.-r-R. X... 1
H. lliff, Eldorado, Neb.-N. W 1
Ed Eno, O'Neill, Neb.-N. W 1
The following list
... 6 T
4 6 TO
... I 7
... I T
... $ r
... I TO
... I Tltt
10 I TT-,
... I Tl
... I Tl
M I 71
... 6 W
M I Tl
... I T
... I 7t
M I Tl
... I tl
... I 71
4 I 71
SHKkr-Receipts ot soeep nils morning
oouststed of a tew loads ef. lambs of good
quality, which sold readily at $7. This
looked Ilk a steady market and was en
tirety satisfactory to sellera
The receipts of aheep this week show a
heavy gain over last week, the total be
ing almost double, bat only about the
same aa for the corresponding wees of a
year ago. The week started out with a
heavy break ln values, Hut Monuay proved
to be the low day, and from that time on
the market not only held he own, but
gradually firmed up. At the close of the
week prices are generally ' lOtijtltc higher
than one week ago and see or more higher
than on Monday. Excepting the first day
of the week, the market has been In a
food, healthy condition, the demand being
ully equal to the reoetpt and the trad
on most days active at prevailing prices
Salesmen on the market have more confi
dence than at any time Since the break
took plaoe, the feeling being general that
there are none too many enewp or larnbs
to supply the requirements ot the trad
and tnat the market will be good If ship
pers will strive to keep only good stuff
coming and avoid gluts.
Quotations for fed sheep and lambs are
aa follows: Good to choice lambs, Colo
rados, tu 757.10; geod westerns, $ 767.10;
good light weight yearlings, $5.7v.00;
good heavy yearlings, to.bny'E.Ki; good
wethers, $5. 40CS6.66; ew.es, t4.kofc6.a6.
Representative sales: . .
126 western lamba
US western lambs '
So7 western lambs
10 western lambs
17$ western lambs .
1 western lamb ,
32 Colorado lambs
J. F"ell, Storm Lake. Ia. I. C.
t;. M. saxly, rreepoit. 111. 1. C
H. Wilkins, West Side, la.-N. W
J. S. Miller, Medlapolis, la. Q
Smythe Bros., Norfolk, Va. R, I
Charles Frost. Hartlneton. Neb. Q...
S. F. Miller. Hiawatha. Kan. Mo. P t
E. B. Shutt, Craig, Neb. M. 4 O... 1
W. A. Jackson. Rich Valley, lnd.
G. Folken. Schuyler, Neb U. P 1
William Gootsch. West Side, la. N. W... 1
The official number of care ot stock
brought ln today by each road was:
cattle, nogs, eneep.
C. M. A St, P. ...
C. & N. W., east
C. & N. W., west
C, St P., M. A O
C, B. & Q., east
C, B. & Q., west
C. R. L & P.. east
Chicago Great Western
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy, Packing Co t
Armour & Co 1
Cudahy Pkg. Co., country ,.
eral fund, exclusive of the ti60 ooo.ono gold
rrve. shows: Available cash balsnce,
$147,11..1; gold coin and bullion, t?S,t4,640;
gold certificates, $J9.7S4,640.
ST. IOUIR, Feb. 10. WOO L Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing. aMJWc;
light tine 2i'tfVtc; heavy fine, lHjjJOc; tul
LONDON, Feb. 10. WOOL The arrivals
Of wool for the second series of auction
sales amount to 114. fv bales. Including
74,i4 forwsrded direct to spinners. The
Imnorts this week are: New South Wales.
6.1 bales; Queensland, 210 bales, Victoria.
7.340 bales; South Australia, 1,430 bales;
New Zealand, 71.880 bales; Cape of Good
Hope and Natal. 1,4.8 bales; sundry ar
rivals, l.OJS bales.
NEW TORK. Feb. 10. COTTON No
market today; holiday.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 10 COTTON
Spot closed steady; sales. 7,") bals; or
dinary, 8c; good ordinary, t 6-16c; Jow
middling, 10 8-lc; middling. lOVci good
middling. llc; middling fair, 11 J-lo. Re
ceipts. 1,442 bales; stock. S-'fi.K'.'o bales.
BT. LOUIS. Feb. 10.-COTTON-Steady,
middling. 10 16-lSc; sales, none; receipts,
101 bales; shipments, 163 bales) stock,
Merchandise and Specie.
NEW TORK, Feb. 10 Totsl imports of
merchandise and dry goods st the port of
New York tor the week ending today
were valued at tl6.$04,678. Total Imports
for specie were tll5,167 silver and $49,208
gold. Total exports ot specie were 11.143,64
silver and no gold.
tagar and Molassea.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 10 SUGAR
Firm: open kettle centrifugal. lifc; cen
trifugal whites. 14464c; yellows, W4jSci
seconds, Va- 1-1 6c.
MOLA-8SL8 Steady; syrup, ISgSOC
100 5; 62
200 110 no
. St. too 44 44
. 4.IUO lot lot K
. 1. 100 61 60 61
16. u) 222
Totals 4 6,666 1,166
CATTLE It rs rather monotonous to be
compelled to repeat every Saturday the
statement that there are no fresh receipts
of consequence and no market, but auch
waa the case today, and such is the case
every Saturday, the last day of the week
having become, to all intents and purposes,
a holiday so fur aa the cattle trade Is con
cerned. The few cattle here sold at prices
nominally steady with yesterday.
Receipts of cattle this week show a slight
gain over the previous week and an Increase
of 2,000 head as compared with a year ago.
In other words, there has been a good lib
eral run of cattle this week. .During the
first three days the tendency of values was
steadily downward. Beef steers were
quoted weak to 10c lower on Monday and
lower again on Tuesday. In addition to
being lower the trade on those days was
slow, and to that extent at least unsatis
factory. Commencing with Wednesday the
market began looking upward and prloea
became a little stronger each day until the
close of the week. In fact, Wednesday's
market was generally quoted as 10c higher,
Thursday's market strong to a little higher
and Friday's market close to 10c higher.
At the close of the week It Is safe to quote
the best corn-fed cattle 1620c higher, .with
other grades as much as 10&16c higher. A
feature of the trade that has been espe
cially pleasing to sellers Is the increased
activity manifested during- the last half of
During the early part of the week the
market on cows and heifers eased off some
what ln sympathy with the decline on fat
cattle, but later on the loss was recovered,
so that good to choice grades of fat cows
and heifers cloned the week 10tfi15c hlarher.
I The common to medium grades have not
been very much sought after and are enow
no more than steady with the close of last
week In fact, some would say that they
are if anything a little lower.
Stockers and feeders have been in good
demand every day this week, with good,
strong prices prevailing all the time. This
has been due largely to the fact that the
supply of such cattle has been small, while
there ras been a good country demand.
CHICAGO LI VIS STOCK MARKET
CTattla Steady Hogs . Weak Sheep
CHICAGO. Feb. 10. CATTLE Receipts,
400 head; market steady; beeves, $UttVu4.30;
Cows, $1.60(4-4.40; heifers, ' $2.B0Sr4.86: calves,
$e.66$8.U0; good prime steers, S6.654iai.t0; poor
to medium, $3.6V4j6.1; stockers and feeders,
HOGS Receipts, 21,000 head; estimated
Monday, 60,000 head; market weak and 5o
lower; mixed and butchers, o.70ij.97ta;
food heavy, o tout 00; rough. heavy, $5. 70 if
80; light, 5 Tiwoo.iCVx; pigs, $6.2fxa.70; bulK
of sales, t6.0j6.90.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,000
head; market strong; sheep, $3.50v5.60; year
lings, $6.60u.26; lambs, $6.407.36.
Kaaaae City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Feb, 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2u0 head, Including 100 southerns.
Choice export and dressed beef steers,
St.tttj4.00: lair to good, M.ou&o-; western
fed steers, t3.60g6.6o; stockers and feeders,
t3.0O4r4.6O; southern steers, $3.504.76; south
ern cows, $:i. 26413. i&; native cows, y..''e Jj,
native heifers. 13.006.00; bulls, 62.60v4.0u;
calves, W.OOto'7.26. Receipts for week, 44.50)0
HOGS Keoelpts, 1,600 head; market steady
to shade lower. Top, $6.8714: bulk of sales,
$6.76'a6.65; heavy, $6.B2WS-eiVi: packers, 6.o
g5.81H; pigs and lights. ib.U14-t.HU. Receipts
tor tne week, 55,500 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
Market nominally steady; native lambs,
$6.76ftf7.10; western lambs, $6.767.10: ewas
and yearlings, $4,25fo.6t); western fed year
lings, to.60V6.20; western fed sheep. $4 li
6.76; stocaers and feeders. $3,6o4(-4.76. Re
ceipts for week, 39.100 head.
Rew York Llva Stock Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 10. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 663 head; none on sale; market feel
ing nominally steady; dressed beef, firm at
6uTiVi" per lb. for native sides; no later
cables. Exports, 760 besves and S.400 quar
ters of beef. . 'I
CALVE4 Receipts, 68 head; none on
sale; market feeling nominally ateady for
all grades of veals: city dressed veals ln
fair demand at 9iel4c per lb.; country
dressed, steady, 8t02V4ro per lb.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.1S6
head; sheep nominally steady; lambs sold
at t6.SO7.6&. Dressed mutton. Arm at l9
10c per lb.; dressed lambs, slow at lOvUo;
country dressed . spring lambs, steady at
SA.Wft3fU.06v . ,
HOGS Receipts. S.790 head; none on sale;
market feeling steady.-
t. Loats Live Stoek Market.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 10. CATTLE Receipts,
200 head. Including 100 Texans; market
steady; native shipping and export steers,
64.0046.06; dressed beef and butcher steers.
$3.65(u.40; - steers under l.UuO pounds, $3.00ii
4 90; stockers and feeders, $C60'a-4.30; oows
and heifers, $2.64H.4; canners, -fl.76Q2.t6;
t- luv.fj ftrt- faluaa S2 9f.rii7 95: Texas
and Indian steers, 68.004.00; cows and heif
ers, mo&ito. '
HOGS Receipts 6,600 bead; market 5c
lower; pigs and lights. $6.1o(f5 .90; packers,
$5.2tjj5.; butchers and best heavy, $6.10
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 250 head;
market steady: native muttons, $5.25(25;
lambs, t5.00i6.00: culls and bucks, $3.0uaA.60;
stockers, $2.003.76; Texana, t2.0O64.00.
Slow City Llvo ttock Market,
SIOUX CITY. la... Feb. 10. (Special Tele
gTam.) CATTLE Receipts, 600 head; mar
ket steady; beevea, $3.86fj5.25; cows and
heifers, t2.6O4.00; stockers and feeders,
$3.0odj4.00; calves and yearlings, $2,756 3.a5.
HOGS Receipts, 2i0 head; market
steady, selling at $6.5&(&.70; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, $00 head;
St. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Feb. 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 638 head: market - steady ; natives,
$3.7546 90; cows and heifers. $l.ofc4.80; stock
ers and feeders, $a.W,4a5.
HOGS Receipts, 6.448 head: market steady
to 60 lower: light, $5.G5'a5.80; medium and
heavy, $6.76ff8.o5i bulk of sales, $5.755.68.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, 804 head;
market steady. .......
Stock ta Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hon, Sheep.
South Omaha IS 690 1,260
Sioux City 5oO , t.KJO 3'JO
Kansas City 8(0 I.6-J0 ....
St. Joseph 6W 6 443 K4
fit. Louis W 6.600 250
Coteaa-o 4O0 21,000 l.Ouo
Holiday la Saw York.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10. SUGAR AND
Vletlms of Flro SatTerlag.
WHEELINO, W. Va, Feb. 10-ReportS
received here today from Littleton, W. Vs.,
which was almost devastated yesterday by
fire, say there Is much suffering among
the families whose homes were destroyed
on account of the cold weather. Scores
of families are huddled together over th
embers of their homes and deaths from
exhaustion are likely to result. Th relief
fund started yesterday has reached large
proportions and all the destitute will soon
be taken car ot.
onthorn Railway Wants Cask.
NEW YORK, Feb. 10 Announcement
was made today that the Southern Railway
company has decided to ask the stockhold
ers to authorise an Issue of $200,000,000 de
velopment and general mortgage 4 per cent
bonds. Of this amount $16,000,000 will be
Issued Immediately for refunding and equip
ment. After provisions for various obliga
tions are made there will be left $99,834,000.
which will be used to provide for future
acquisitions and betterments.
Smallpox In a Prison.
PITTSBURG, Feb. 10. A convict In the
Western penitentiary has been attacked
with smallpox. The patient has been Iso
lated In the Infirmary and every precau
tion ts being taken to prevent a spread of
the disease among the 950 Inmates of the
prison. All prisoners have been vaccinated.
Sanitary conditions In the 'penitentiary are
considered almost perfect.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Jacob Abrams and wife to Victoria
Hlldebrand, west H lots 10, U and 12,
block 2, Phillip's add $3,t00
Thomas Gray and wife to the City of
Omaha, lot 1. block 8, Isaac & Shel
don's add t
Oak C. Redlck to Maud A. CatUn.
tract ln ne neV4 9-15-13 and other
land ?. U00
John Power et si referees, to 6. J.
Wilson. - lot 10, block 6. Collier's
James W. Bel den and wife to Bdgur
W. Field, lot 7, block 2, Walnut
Hill add 79S
Peter Jessen, jr., to Laura Scott, west
45 reet of south 1x1 feet suo-iot is
of lot i. Capitol add 6.500
Buvlah U. Joslln to Peter Jessen, jr.,
John McCormlck to E. H. Seott, un
divided H in 1.672 acres in section
Joule Bauer to Louise Bauer, undi
vided H lots 1 to u, tsauer s suo 1
..1,964 89.938 4,074
1,000 104 loe H
While no marked advances have taken kei. central a,
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Feb. 10. Call losns. 4 per
eent; time loans, ttt'ne; per cent, official
duntations on stock nrt ponds;
Atchiaon ad. 4 M Allouei
So 4a lo amalgamates
...10M I 1
place any day, there ha been a gradual
firming up ln values, so that at th pres
ent time it is safe to say that the best
grades are as much' as 10c higher than one
No Av. Pr. K'a
1 lo I M I...
1 M I to
1 taa 4 00 1 a in
HOGS The early market did not look
particularly encouraging, as buyer semd
10 be rather weak anu were not Inclined
to pay any more money than yettiay. ln
pit of 'the fact that receipts wore vary
liatht. even for a Saturday.. In conseuuencs
the early market was a little slow, but It-
soon Became apparent mat tner was a
very fair demand, and under this Influ
ence th market became u shade higher
than yesterday and the hogs were prac
tically all disposed of before 10 o'clock in
the forenoon. The advane appeared to t
very largely on the light and medium
grade of hogs, such a sold mostly Vt
t5.u5&5.67Vi yesterday. Th bulk of all the
hug brought $5.70436.72, with quite a
sprinkling at $6 75 and comparatively noth
ing below $6.70. As will be noted from
the sales below, $6.7?H was th popular
price. It will be remembered that yester
day the bulk of th hog. sold at fc 17Vt3
Today's advance carries the market to
the high point of the year and the week
closed 17c higher than the close of th
previous week. Th hog sol 1 today on aa
average of 30c higher than eu th first day
of the month.
Ne av 6k. Pa- Ho. A.' 6s.
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tl 211 ... I TO 14 '.Ill ...
61. ...... .114 ... 6 TO 71 214 M
M lot 40 I 70 H Ill 40
1 II ... 6 0 T 6 ...
Tt .120 U 6 t 7 211 M
4 Ill 40 I TO 44 14 1M
M HI ... I 70 T4 lot ...
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M 117 ... 6 T 12 14 ...
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T4 4 40 I TO Tl '.trl ...
Tl Ill I 7 (T tl ...
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Boston A Albany...
Boston A Maine..,
Boetoe. Elevated ...
KIKhburg old .....
Mexican Central ...
N. T., N H H
Aster. Arye. Chain
Amer. T. A T
Amer. Woe lea ....
da pfd .,
Dominion I. a 8..
Edieoa Elec. Jl; Ui Qui
liaaa. Eiectrlc 1 She.
. 71 aeAsiencas Sis
..101 Ulngham ,
..161 Cal. Hecla....
..161 Copper Rang ...
..14 Dalv Wast
.. 10 Dominion Coal ,,
.. " Ilia kovala
.. 7 Maaa. Mining
..146 Mtthlgan ....
..141 Moot, C. AC.,..
..UK, Old IieovlDlon ...
do Pfd IT Tamarack
Maaa. Gaa II !Trtnlt
In Had Fruit 101 t'nlted Topper
V'nlted Ehoe fcUun..., at I' B. Ulnlug..
V. S. Steal..
do pfd ...
ti V. 1. Oil...
44 -. 1'tah
;o victoria ..
61 Winona ,,
I Woverina ,
LONDON, Feb. 10. Supplies of money
were rather more plentiful In the market
today and rates were steady. Discount
were firmer, and trading on the Stock ex
change was quiet and Irregular. Home
securities were affected by ears of new
flotations ln the near future. Consols were
easy on th Moroccan situation. Amerl
cans opened firm, ead on expectation
of a poor New Tork bank etatefnent -to
rstreer Oelow parity and closed dull
Canadian Pacific suffered on profit-taking. ,
ITi.r.l u 1, .... maVA ia ah. Am. I -- '
rallied slightly after yesterday's exten
sive sales and closed easier. Imperial
Japanese Sa of li4 were Quoted at 102V
BERLIN. Feb. Uj.-Prlces on the Bourse
today generally were depressed. Reports
to the effect that the delogatee at the
Moroccan conference bad disagreed pro
duced an unfavorable effeot.
PARIS, Feb. 10. Prices on th Bours
today were weak and business waa dull
throughout ln consequence, of the ap
proaching discussion of the Moroccan po
lice question. Russian Imperial 4a were
quoted at 81.30 and Russian bonds of
Wot at 4Ht
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