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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Berne from Effect of the Late
a' SCORES THREE-FOUnTHS-CtNT ADVANCE
Weather anl Crop Mtwatlea la Get
tlBK Be aa Imaortaat Factor
Coar Cereal Optlea At
tala Higher Price
OMAHA, Jan. 1, 1908.
Wheal revived frofii the effect of jester
uny' liquidation on gtutl early buying,
end mainulned the advance ol "fcc, ai
hougn urn May was sold ItbertUly against
Awnemy privileged. Cable iguureu tne de
reilne here yesleiday, Llveijiool clumflg al
an advance on lignt Ameucau and aus
.rallun clearances. ft.il t weatner prevail
today throu..out the winter wneat belt, but
tair and cuulei la pred.uied. 'ine piant is
txpoKmt through moat ol the teintury.
Auli fiom Kan San indicate the plant tu
be healthy and probably able to withstand
Ine temperature e leio.
CVru new irom the Argentine and con
tinued wet and mild weatner gave tne mar
ket tu initial lmpetun, which was not loet
inter, although the toreoaet tor fair and
uiaer etne and qu.te liberal eailmates
J Monday led to considerable realising
I an. I local short Belling. Aigentlna corre
spondent uniformly report a serluua altua
Viou, especially In the central and northern
teclkxia. Jjruuth and locuata are causing
Ih ajprehenHlon and th former condition
la Dot yet relieved. Should no break In
th weather occur tu !. might easily be
V. me aerloua. lb cash maraat.waa qulto
Oata recovered from the ton of yester
day, and, although trad waa not largo,
maintained a steady tone throughout. '1 be
CHsn market waa a shaue higher. July
again emd to be the favorite delivery
to buy. . , .
Primary wheat reoelpts were M7,0()0
bushels and shipments 1S9,0 bushels,
against receipts last year of tilS.OUO bushels
and shipments of 119,ou0 bushels. Corn re
ralpt were 603,000 bushels and shipments
tv0,Ul bushels, agulnsl receipts last year
of 647.000 bushels and shipments of 4.:,0uQ
bushels. Clearances were S7,tK0 bushels
wheal, I1.00U barrels flour, 6;&,0UO bushels
corn, 4,0uO bushel oata.
. Liverpool closed VuVu higher on wheat
and VI lower to Hd higher on corn.
Broomhall estimates world wheat ship
ments at 8.4O0.OUO bushel, compared with
8,672.000 bushel last week and 8,300,000
bushel last year.
Local range of option:
;oj Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloe. Tee y
Wheat I I I
May.... 70B 70B ! 70B 70HB TA
July... 1 1 68B SSA
Corn i I
May... 40VIB tSB 4C4B S9B
July...! 3aB 39 7, B B WB SA
May... MHB36B 86KB WB 9fiA
July... 1 83HA 83HA
A asked, B bid.
Oaiaba Cash Prises.
' WHEAT No. I hard, H858Vic; No, I
hard, 6fiJific; No, 4 hard, i&WaVto; No. t
CORN No. 8, S6ttC36c: No. 4, S4H-S85Hc;
no grade, 31Htf33c; No. i yellow, Se&37c2
No. I white, riViwSSc.
OATB-No. a mixed, S304c; No. I white,
841H3!c; No. 4 white, 84ii34ttc.
RYE No. 2, 59c; No. 3, 574c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Kansas City .
Bt. Louis .....
CHICAGO GRAI AS D ' PROVISIONS
Featare of th Trading; Closing
Price Board of Trade.
' CHICAGO, Jan. 13. The small receipts In
the northwest and the prediction of a cold
wave for the southwest caused a strong
market for wheat here today. Th May
delivery closed at a net gain of
Corn -was up VflVio. Oats were Wo
higher. Provisions were unchanged tu 6o
The wheat market strong all day
.. on an active demand by shorts and com
mission houses. There was a little selling
" for" short "account" the greater part of the
offerings coming from outside holders. The
news of the day was largely of a bullish
Character. One of the main factor In the
nation was the weather In the winter
3V' heat belt. The greater part of the fall
iJG'Wti crop la said to be without snow pro
tection and In low lying sections th fields
are cohered with water. Should a cold
. wave ' materialise, a predicted by the
weather bureau, the growing crop. It is
claimed, would be seriously Injured, as the
plart has attained an unusually advanced
growth because of the mild weather. Other
Influences working for higher prices were
firm cables, small receipt at Minneapolis
and Duluth and a possible curtailment of
exports from Argentina because of a rumor
ot a strike. The market closed strona.
May opened unchanged to o higher at
H,16c to 76o, advanced to 77"o and
closed at the highest point. Clearances of
wheat and flour were equal to 107,000 bu
.t-nmary receipts were 847,000 bu.. against
TiU.000 bu. for the same dav last vr
f . i MlnneapollL, Duluth and Chicago reported
v receipt of 226 cars, against 824 car last
1 .- week and. 4i4 oars one . year ago.
r Mild wet weather throughout th corn
belt caused free buying of corn today and
brought about a strong market. The sell
ing was chiefly by longs. The market
closed strong. May opened a shade to Vc
higher at 46o to 46W4'46c. advanced to
46 M6Sc and closed at 464fcc. Local re
ceipts were 3t2 cars, with none of contract
Trading la oata was active and the mar
ket was Arm all .day. Unsettled weather
wus the basis of a f od demand by shorts
and local bulls. Offerings came chiefly
from cash houses. May opened 1140
higher al STStfttsc, advanced to 384c and
closed at St-iu&Vac. Local receipt were 148
Provision opened weak because of a 10
15o decline In th price of live bogs, but
later the market rallied on covering by
shorts, who bought because of strength
hown by coarse grain. Later the market
again weakened on realizing sales. At the
clos May pork was oft 6c at $16.42A. Lard
waa a shade lower at $9.42Vi Ribs wer
unchanged at $9.10.
Estimated receipts for Monday are
Wheat, 40 cars; corn, 618 cars; outs. 267 car:
Togs. 47.0UO bead. '
h lh leading future ranged aa follow:
Articles. I Opn. Hlgh. Low. Cloe.r y.
July 1 7
Sept. " 82t
July Ui 674
Jan. $ 25
May I 40 -July
f 00 '
?i;j.:tjiis,i 1 -riiT
35 I 3r.
18 62VU 1 40 1 42V 14 47H
Cash quotation wer a follow:
KLOL"R-teady; winter patents, $3.20
160; winter straights. $3.1oji3 40; srrlns nat-4
ents. $170tf!.O; spring straight. $3.10tL4on
bakers'. V.Wl.OO " 1 il0-
WHEAT No. 3 spring, T7j80c; No. $. 70
7c; No. 3 red, 73Vd73',c. fc w
CORN-NO. 2. 4.c; No. I yellow, 42Hc
OATS-No. X. SoSc; No. white. 36WB
RYE No. 1 30.
BARLEy fair to choice malting, Slffl6fic
BEKDbV-No. 1 flax. $1.13; No. 1 north
weatern. $1 30. Timothy, prime. $4.35. Clover
contract grade, $14.00.
A PROVIjJIONS Short ribs sides (loose)
D $8.75.1 00. M pork, rer hbl.. 1:6. 95. Lard
V(er lo0 lb., $9.26. Short clear aide (boxed)'
Th receipt and shipments of flour and
grain were a follow:
Flour. bbl..... 19 5-0 J;, jn
Wheat, bu 4.(kO 4K.w
"Corn, bu., .leAT'W Jli.e
Oaia, bu 177,010 iio,7()
Hye. bu 6.' Ma)
Barley, bu C,uu0
On th Produo exchange today the but.
ter market was steady; craameiy,
dairy, lwao' Eggs, weak: at mark, case
iia-ncludetl. Siti"c; flrsta loc: prims firsts.
' ' 10; extra, 2eo. Cheese, steady. 1314c.
Ian. It WHEAT
Firm; No. $ northern, $1 2c, Nj. j
northern. TITHf; May, TTHe77Hc, bid.
Hi t Kteady; No, 1, 6b w !..
BART.ET Klrm; No. 3, 6HtJ57c; sam
ple. At bit ic
.CORN -Higher; No. I, cash, 4i041ttc;
May, 45 He, asked.
HEW YORK MARKET
((notations of the Hay Varloa
NFW YORK. Jsn. 19. FLOUR Receipt ,
J4.8M bble.; exports. .( bbla. Market tlrm,
but dull! Minnesota patents, 64 .0uc04 30;
Minnesota bukera. U 3Vu8 75; winter pat
ent!., S3.a-ti3.7S; winter straight. S3.4t$3.6;
winter extrss. t2.o$3.0n; winter low grades,
l'-'.7iii-i 9". Kye flour dull; fslr to good,
S-T:!i3.W; choice to fanrv, S3.R6'04.3n. Buck
wheat dour, dull; U-lb1i2.X spot and to
HI 'CKWHBAT Dull; SI 26. nominal, per
tXlK.NM HAL Btearty; fine white and yel.
low, Si .16'el.yi; coarse, fl.1.10; kiln dried,
WHl-lT-Recelpt8, 35m0 bu. export,
Z.7.ii bu. Bpot market firmer; No. 1 red,
oc, elevator; No. 2 red. tic, t. o, b., afloat;
i-.ii. i nonnern Duluth, ohc, f. o. n., anoat;
No. 2 hard winter. 8c. f. o. b., afloat.
Owing to a continuation of the unseaeon-
able weather west, wheat waa strong and !
more active today, closing e net higher.
There was a good commission house sup.
port, based on light northwest receipts, i
prospect for small world's shipments and
higher cables. May, fVQ3 11-loc. closed
. o.i-j,-, July, r.-cio'vic, ciosea at s-tc.
CORN Receipts. 40.860 bu. ; exports, 2,
MS bu. Spot market firmer; No. 2, Uc,
elevator, and 61Vc, f. o. b., afloat; No. i
yellow, 61ic; No. 2 white. 61,c. Option
market was quiet, but stronger with
weather news, closing VigHc higher. Jan
uary closed at Mc; May, RaigSSSu. closed
at b2V; July closed at 62Ac
OATS Receipts, l,5tH) bu.; exports, 3,810
bu. Bpot market firm; mixed oats, 2 to 32
lbs., 4014c; Natural white, 80 to 83 lb., 42
jX3S,c; dipped white. 8 to 40 lbs., 424a46o.
cho.cer-SiSi.l6,",PPln,t 0d t0
.ul88"art'': atate. Common to choloe,
1 crop, lNfc-.'Sc: K crop, Ix&llc; Paclllo
co.VvJt'6 rrP- iS'&ioc: i crop, uxaiac.
HIDE-eteady; Ualveelon, 20 to 25 lbs..
30c; California, 21 to 25 lbs., 21c; Texan dry
24 to 30 lbs., lc '
LKATHfc.H-yulet; acid, 27fi2Sc.
PROV18IONS-Beef. Arm; .'umliy, $15,003
15.50; mess. IHOOtfl.SO; beef hams. S23.6.KM
J6.00; packet ll.o.xd 12.00; city dressed extra
India mew, Saj.ioi 23.00. Cut meats', dull;
plrkled bellies. loii?iin- .,1,1.1. v...
.St",1! I'ard "y. western prime, I
W.4t)i"u.fi6; refined, steady; continental w;
Souih America, $10.75; compound, 8ih8lSiC. ,
' laiiuiy, i"(jl.w; short
Cl?f,r,". 117 au1'; "less, 17.5.jib 18.50.
'aiiKl!i'Su'et: dom-"tl;. fair to extra,
H!BJ,c; Japan, nominal.
1 AL.IXW-Flrm; city (12 per pkg.), 64c:
c0jyP8'- free), i4c.
BLTTLH-Hrm; extra creamery. 293
Bt,ree.t Pflce"- OfHclal prices: Cream-'
Z J' r. to Bood 290 ! common to extra,
kuc; state dairy, common to firsts, 23
c, renovated, held common to extra, 19
fxr. western factory, common to firms, 1T4
f4c:C,flr:"le2in4,22c IUt'n """"
. c.HEB8E-uulet; state, ful cream, small
and large, Beptember, fancy. HHc; ststo
lW1i..ea1 m" "nd larB. October, best,
18V14C, good to prime, 12Hfil3Hc; winter
m-fev?rBe" 12e: "klm
..... Lower- ""der Increasing receipts;
ua.fi Pennsylvania and nearby fancy se
mfi. W't.e Wa'-Vic; state, good to choice.
1U-Mc: state, mixed, extra. aiftS2e- ...
SeSonds'M' fflClal Pr,Ce T'a
.n,iJi'T?YTL,y8- "teady; western chick
ens 10c; fowls. liUc; turkeys. 12c; dressed,
teady; western chickens, 13818c.
St. I.onl General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 19. WHEAT Higher:
track. No. I red. Cash. 78fi78Hc; n0. 2 hard
VV.qfov-, May. 7.Va7tii,c: Juiy, 75Hc
P3ttSH,Bher: track- No. 2, ch: 41fl
42c; No. m wnlte, 430; May, 43Hc; July,
OATS Higher: track No. i na.h tru...
No. 2 white. 30c: Mar. X7!.f. r:i..' i...'
84c. ' "
,i-,OLl F,rm: rd Wnter patent. $3.56
,6: extra fancv ami imih, 11
$.45; clear. $2.654,2.86.
BKED Timothy, steady; S3.5Mi4.28.
CORNMEAL-Dull; $2 20.
B RAN Lower; sacked, east track, 939
HAY Steady; timothy, $l.00O18.00; prai
IRON COTTON TIES $1.02.
HEMP TWIN HJ 9c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing.
$18.40. Lard, steady; prime steam, $9.00.
Dry salt meats, steady: boxed extra short.
t.87H; clear rib, $9.60; short clears
!?X67; Bacon' "tPtdy; boxed extra shorts)
lr F r 1)-2o; short clear.
POULTRY-Dull; chickens, 9Hc; springs.
Ur; turkeys. WcilSc; ducks, 11c; geese. Sc. '
20"5 creamery, 26g30Hc; dairy,
F-aOS Lower; 21c, case count.
Following were the receipts and hli
ments of flour and grain:
... Receipts. Shipments.
r tour, DDIS 1,000 ( 000
Wheat, bu 2O.0U0 o!ooo
Corn, bu 100.000 65,000
OaU, bu , S2.0UO K.ouo
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
CORN May, 4o,c; July, 41c; September,
1I4cVt Ca,8 ..So-. ? mled. Hc; I
i .ffS i,wnlte- 40iulc; No. 3. 40c.
MPAT8No- 2 white, 37Hc; No. 3 r
wc; mo. s.
HAY Steady to firm; choice timothy
$15.5(wal6.00; prnlrle, $11.25flH.60. umolnJ''
RYK Bteady at lfi2c
tXJUS Market lc lower; first. 23c: sec.
BUTTER Creamery, 28c; packing, 17c.
. . Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 53.000 53 noo
orn u 2-"0 81,ft
Oats, bu 23.000 7,000
Local range of options.
Article. I Open.i Hlgh. Low. Close.
May July ..
71 SI 71 A
4U'I 41 B
A asked. B bid.
PFVRIA, Jan. 19.-CORN-H!gher; No. 3
yellow and No. 3, 41icj No. 4, 40c; no
OATS-Firm; No. I white, 8a$6ic: No 3
white. 36ic; No. 4 whit. S&Wc.
RYE Unchanged; No. 3, 63uc.
WHISKY-On th basl of $1.29 for P.n
Liverpool Grain Market.
L1VERPOOU Jan. 19.-WHEAT-8pot.
firm; No. 2 red western winter, 6s. Fu
tures, steady; March, 64Hd; May, 8SV4d'
July, 6aSd. 7'
CORN Spot. firm. Futures, quiet; Janu
ary, 421d. bid; March, 4slV,d; American
mixed, new, 4s id; American mixed, old.
Mlaaeapolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 19. WHEAT
May. 79V79',4c; July, 'c; No. 1 hard
s2Vc; tso. 1 northern, 81o; No. 3 northern,
78Sc; No. 3 northern, 760770.
FLOUR First patents. $4.204 80; sec
ond patents. $4.064.15; first clears, $126
t8 85; second clears. $2.4002(0.
BRAN In bulk. $1.50 18.75.
Dnlatk Grain Market.
DULUTH. Jan. It. WHEAT On track;
No. 1 northern, 80V4c; No. 2 northern. 7s.C!
May, 79M7!c: July, SoSc; Sept., 79c.
OAT8-T0 arrive. 86c.
NEW YORK. Jan. 1.-OOTTON-Hpot
at'ady: middling uplands. lO.Sog;
,,,f- 7 bales,
ST. LOUIS. Mo . Jan. 19 -
Steady: middling gulf. 1V; sales, 111 bale;
receipts, none; shipments, 714 bale; stock.
J9.834 bales. "
LIVERPOOL. Jan. l.-COTTON-Spot In
fair demand; prices 2 points lower; Ameri
can middling, fair, t.82d; good middling
8 14d; middling, 6Ud; low middling, 68nd;
good ordlnury, t.20d; ordinary, 4.Md. Th
salea of the dy were $.010 hales, of which
6i"0 were for speculation and export, and In
eluded OA) American. Receipts, 1,600 bale
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 19.-OOTTON
Bpot closed Arm: sales. t,J"0 bales; low
ordinary. 6 15-16, nominal; ordinary,
( 16-1 4c, nominal; good ordinary, 8c; low
middling. "c; middling. loc; food mid
dling, U3-lo; middling fair, 12 3-lHe, noml
nal; fair. 1 13-Ic. Receipt. ! bale,,
stock, 3988 bale.
Bvanorated Apples nad Dried Fralta
NEW TORK. Jan. 18 EVAPORATED
APPLES Markets shows an easier tone
and prime fruit is now offered at 80. Fancy
are quoted at me; choice Sc; Prime ac
CALIFORNIA IRIEO FRUITft-pvunes
are unchanged on spot and. while ther
have been rumors of an easier feeling on
the coast, last advice Indicate continued
firmness In that quarter. Price range
front 8c to . according to grade. Apri
cot are nominally unchanged, with choice
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 19. WHEAT May,
71o; July, 71c; Beptember, 70Hc Cash: No
3 hard, 7Vii74c; No. 8, e7Vk4ri3c; No. 2 red'
74U75c; No. 3. 68fi73c. 1
quoted at 1o; extra choloe, 17't1c; fancy,
IMi-Vp. Peaches are steady, with choice
quoted at 12c; extra choice, U'Hc; fancy,
13c. Raisins are firm; looce Muscatel are
quoted at 7Vt.ifc; seeded raisins, 7&10c;
London layers, $1.4Tvfil.66.
OMAHA W HOLES ALR VAKKET.
Condition of Trade and (tnetatloas n
Staple and Fancy Prsdse.
FXKJ8 Per do.. 22c; market eaay.
LIVE POULT HYHns, 6Hc; rooster.
6c; turkey. 10jl8c; ducks, 9wl0c; young
roosters, 71j8c:; geese, (HjSc.
BUTTER Packing slock. 18'fn9c: choice
to fancy dairy, iliiji'c; creamery, 862o-
HAY-Choice upland, $9.60; medium. $3.00;
eonrse.' 88 08.60. Rye straw, $6.60(87.00.
BRAN Per .on, $15.00.
OLD VE1 ETABLES.
CARROTS, BEETS AND PARSNIPS
Per bu., 76c
SWEET POTATOES Illinois, per Urge
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $1.66; No. &
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6HO.
CABBAGE Holland seed, bom grown,
IVic per lb.
EGO PLANT Per 60., S3.3f4r$8.oa
RUTABAGAS About 160 lbs. to sack.
POTATOES-Pr be 45GBc.
TURNIPS Pr bu., 80c
ON10N-Hoine grown, per bu., 80c;
Bpanlsh, per crate, $2.00; Colorado, per bu.,
MEETS, TURNIPS AND CARROTS Per
TOM ATO ES Florida, 80-lb. crate, $6.00.
WAX BEANS-Per bu. ox. S3.60tr5.00.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per doa
CELERT California, per do., 75ce$1.00.
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per dox., $2.00.
HOKtitHAlJiCH-l an of not.. $1.80.
RADISHES Per dos. bunches, 35c.
OREEN PEPPERS Par 4-basket crate,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per doa bunches,
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per doa,
BH ALLOTS Southern, per bu.. 60a
CRANBERRIES Per bbl., $8.609.00.
APPLES Ben Dnvls. choice. I2.U0; fancy,
per bbl.. $2.26; Jonathans, $3.76r(j4.00; New
York apples. $3.25; Iowa and Nebraska,
eating and rooking, J2.2uii3.00.
PEARS Winter Nells, per box. $3.00.
ORANGES Florida ranges, all glass,
$2.2t; California navels, extra fancy, all
sixes, $3.26; fancy. $3.00; choice, $2.75.
LEMONS Llmonlera, 8(0 and 800 size,
$4.50; other biand.-, 60c less.
DATES Kadaway AVr; say era 6c; Hal
lowis, new stuffea wamut dalea. g-lb. bos,
BANANA Per medium-slsed bunch,
$2.0(2 25: lutnWo,. $z 6OQ-3.50.
ORAPE Frtl'iT-Sizo m ;o 64 and 80, S3.7S
FIGS California, bulk, . 6H0; t-crown
Turkish, 15c; 5-crown, 14c; 3-crown, 12c
COCOANUTS Per sack of WO. $4-60.
No. 1 ribs. 14c: No. 2 ribs. lOu: No. 3 ribs.
7c: No. 1 loins, 17c; No. 3 loins. 12c; No. i
loins. 9Hc: No. 1 chuck, CUc: No. 2 chuck.
6c; No. 3 chuck, 4c; No. 1 round, 7Hc; No.
2 round, vc; iso. 3 rounu, tsc; no. I plate,
4Hc; No. 2 plute. 4c: No. 3 plate, 3c
CHEESE New full cream Wisconsin
twins, 16V4C; new full cream brick. IH
ltrtfcc; wheel Swiss cheese, ltic; block Swing,
16c; llmberger, 14c; Young Americas, 16o.
FISH Trout, 12c; halibut, 10c; cattish. 15c:
buffalo, 80; bullheads. Ue; black baas, fin
stock, 25c; salmon, 12c; pike, dressed, 11c;
red snapper, 12c; whitellnh. 12c; perch,
dressed and scaled, be; pickerel, dressed,
84c; herring, 6c: crappies, 6&15c; eels, 16c;
Diuensn, 10c; looaiers, green, wc per lb.
mackerel, Spanish, 1c; native. S5c; frog
legs, 46c per dos. saddles.
CURED F18H-Famlly whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl., 10J lbs., $4.00; Norway mack
erel. No. L $36.00: No 1 428.00: herrtna- u
bbls., 2o0 pounds each, Norway, 4k, $11; Nor
way, UK, iiz.bu; nonana herring, in kegs,
milkers. 80c; kegs, mixed. 70c.
HIDES AND TALLOW Oreen salted. No.
1, 12440! No. 3, 11440; bull hides, JtflOo; green
hide. No. 1. 11c; No. 3, 10c: horse, $1,300
1 7b; Sheep pelts, DUCfl1.2a. Tallow, No. L
4ic: No. t. 8c
NUTS French walnuts, t3Ho; California
walnuts. No. 2, soft shell, 13c; No, 1 soft
shell, la'yxc; Braxlls, 15W16c; pecans, 19":'c;
filberts, 1 13 14c; peanuts, raw, 7..
roasted, .8c; California almond, hard
hell, 16c; Trayonla, 17c.
HONEY Per 24 frames. $3.50.
CIDER New York, btl( barrel, 32-78: bar
COFFEE Ronsted, No. 35, 28c per lb.i
No. 80, 21o per lb.; No. 36, 19e per lb.; No!
20. lc per lb. ; No. 21, 18c per lb.
SUGAR Granulated cane. In sacks, 83.21;
granulated beet. In sacks, 85.11.
SYRUP In bbls., 27c per gaL; In canes,
10-lb. cans. S1.70; cases, 11 6-1 b. cans, $1.80:
cases, 24 2H-U. cans. 81.88.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
em. 65fl0c; Maine, Sl.lt. Tomatoes, 8-Ib.
can. fLlO; 3-lb. can, 97Hc5S1.00. Pine,
apples, grated, 2-1 b., $2.052.30; sliced, $1 tl
2.20. Gallon apnles, fancy, $2.06. Cali
fornia apricots, $1.90)2.26. Pears, 11.75"!)
2.60. Peaches, fancy, $1.752.40; H. O.
peaches. $2.00?2.60. Alaska salmon, red,
$1.26; fancy Chinook, F., $2.10; fancy sock,
eye, F., $1.96. Sardines, quarter oil, $2.7Bj
three-quartr:r mustard, $3.00. Sweet pota
toes, S1.10&1.25. Sauerkraut, $1.00. Pump
kins, 80c$1.00. Wax beans, 2-lb., 56rjS0ci
lima beans, 2-lb.. 75c51.So. Spinach. 11.36.
Cheap peas, 2-lb., CCc; extras, 96c41.10;
LONDON, Jan. 19. The supplies of money
showed signs of decreasing In the market
today and borrowers paid stlffer rates.
Discounts were firm In sympathy. Trading
on the Stock exchange was Inactive, prices
eased all around In consequence of nearer
money ana tne weakness of Americans.
Consols were barely maintained, while for
eigners and kafllrs were easier on con
tinental selling. American were decidedly
weak, the break In Wall street yesterday
reducing business to a minimum. Quota
tions eased to below parity early in the
day and declined further on local as well
as Berlin selling. The final quotations
were 1 to 7 points lower. Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul and Canadian Pactflo
declined the most. Japanese Imperial 6s
of 1904 closed at 102V,.
PARIS. Jan. 19. On the Bourse today
the weakness wss Increased by the con
ditions in New York, but prices recovered
at the close. Russian Imperial 4a closed
at 51.00 and Russian bonds ot 1904 at 488.00.
BERLIN, Jan. 19. Prices generally on
the Bourse today were unchanged. Cana
dian Pacific closed 4 point lower.
NEW YORK, Jan. 19-COFFEE--Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to a decline of 6 points, which was
about as due on the cubic. Smaller re
celpts Imparted a fairly steady tone to the
market Immediately following the call, but
later there was considerable selling, at
tributed to Wall street Influences and th
market at one time was 6 WIG points lower.
There was a slight Improvement toward th
close owing to support from trade Interest
nnd th final tone was steady, net un.
changed to 10 points lower. Bales were re.
ported of 27,000 bags. Including March at
5.3fi6.36c; May at 6.0c; September at 6 7fKfr
S.!e; and December at 6.9(.H6c. Spot
coffee steady; Rio No. 7, Vj,c; Santos No. 4,
7!,c. Mild coffee quiet; Cordova, ityWfrc.
Snatar and Molasses.
NTOW YORK. Jan. 19. SUGAR Raw,
steady; fair refining. 8c; centrifugal,
98 test, 3 He; molasses sugar. 2a.
Refined Quiet; No. . 4."c; No 7
4 25c; No. 8, 4.20c; No. . 4.15c; No. 10, 4P6c:
No, 11. 4.00c; No. It 3.96c: No. 13, 8.90c; No
14, S.85c; confectioners A. 6.15c: cut loaf,
6.60c: crushed. 6.50c; powdered, 4.80c; granu
lated 4. Sue; cubes, 5.(6c.
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 3748c.
NEW ORLEANS. Jun. 18. SUGAR -Steady;open
kettle centrifugal, 3'Viifl 13-lftc;
eentrlfua-al whites, 4 1-lc centrifugal yel
low, 34,64Hc; seconds, 2V9S 7-lc.
NEW YORK, Jan. 19. METALS Th a
metal markets were quiet In the abaenc
of cables and prices were generally un
changed. Bpot tin was quoted at $41 4of
41.60. Lake copper was firm at $24.50"a 26.00;
electrolytic, $24.2Mi24.60; casting, S24 0(k'(j24 28
Lead was unchanged at $.0Otii. a and
spelter at 3ti.664jb.75. Iron waa steady at re
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 19. M ETAJS Lead,
steady at SO. 10; spelter, steady at 66. 70.
Wa-al Market. '
LONDON. Jan. 19.-WOOL Th wool
auction aiUea were continued today and a
food selection wus offered numbering 1.143
ales. The bidding was brisk with th
home trade and America taking greasy
Merino. The latter also bought good cross
breeda while France secured the bulk of
scoured. Prices ruled In sellers' favor.
BT. LOUIS, Jan. 19. WOOL Steady ;
medium grade combing and clothing Un
2'4ic; light fine. iMBSSc; heavy fine. 16&18c:
tub washed, SuQSSc
Oil nnd Resta.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19.-OIL-Cotton seed
ell. steady, prim crude, f. o. b.. mill. se
prime yellow, f. o. b., mills, 44 46c. pe
troleuni. quiet; refined. New York, $7 76
Philadelphia and Baltimore. $7.70; Phila
delphia and Ruitlmore In bulk; $4.46. Tur
pentine, steady, TtfTSc.
New York Export nnd Isapnrta.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19. Total Imports of
peel at th port of New York for tha
week ending today were $31,189 silver and
$4,106 gold. Total exports of specie from
the port of New York for week ending
today war $248,883 silver and $268,800 gulj.
DAILY DEE: MONDAY, JAInTAIIY 21, 1907.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Oitt'e Bhow Little Chance Compared
with . Week Aero.,
hogs higher here than at Chicago
Sheen nt Close of the Week Jnst Abont
Steady with One Week Ait,
While aanb. If Anything;,
Arei n Little Lower.
8OUTH OMAHA, Jan. 19, 197.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.... 6.3-r 4.643 H.i
.... 7.8:7 8.W7 4.6-rt
.... 4.949 8.106 t.M
.... 4!7 7.544 7.523
.... $9117 8.971 2,140
50 10.000 1,080
Official Wednesday ..
Official Thursday ....
Last week ..!!!!!!!!!!!
1 wo weeks ago
Three week ago
Fone t..b. -
Same week last year".
The following table show th receipt of
cattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha for
th year to date, compared with last year:
1807. W. Ino. Deo.
Cattle g6,gf4 50,52 16.132
H"s 112.2U3 lai.809 24,498
8hP 82,216 81,8) 356 ..-.i
M CATTLE QUOTATIONS.
Good to choice oorn fed - steers... .$6.4036.26
Fair to good oo-n fed steers 4.8t"(j6.60
Common to fair steers 40O-U4.M
Good to choice fed cow $.75a4.50
Fair to good cow and heifers $.0uli3.75
Common to fair cow and heifer.. 2-0(Xi!3.00
Good to choice st'kers and feeders. 4.4u45.(4
Flr to good stock ere and feeders. $.n-tf4.40
Common to fair stocker S.OirM.W
Bull stags, etc 2.EW4.15
Vesl calves 4.00.50
The following table shows the average
prlc of hogs t South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 107. 19u.1906.190t.18Ot.l03.19Ol.
t 26 4 60 t 491 t 0 R 0$
122 4 463 8 391816 ( 14
6 20 4 62 8 40 6 14 6 2a
6 22 4 61 4 63 8 04 6 24
t 28 4 82 4 61 t 4B 6 18
6264634 76 6 4K 6 00
I 4 BO 4 73 S 37 4 13 5 16
5 29; 4 69 6 41 8 12; 5 22
( 291 4 62 4 74 60 8 15 6 21
6 2l! 4 61 6 50 6 171 5 20
6 271 4 65 4 69 8 22 8 19
6 29 4 561 4 74 6 891 I & 27
8 41 'k
8 49 I
RANGE OF PRICES.
8.10,. 6 55
Bt. Louis ....
Sioux City ....
number of cars
brought In today by each road was:
. Cattle.Hogs Sheep. Il'r's.
u., M. SC at. f
Mlsxourl Pacific 1
U. P. System 2
C. & N. W east
C. A N. W.. west.... 1
C, St. P., M. & O
C, B. & Q., east...
C, B. A U , west 1 .
C, R. I. & P., east
C, R. I. & P., west.. ..
Chicago Ot. Western. ..
Total receipt 5
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing th num.
Der 01 neaa inaicatea:
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company.
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
Hill & Son
F. P. Lewis
122 9,619 1,069
CATTLT3 Tha yards .wer practically
bare of cattle tcday, or the next thing In
It. there not being enough fresh cars in to
make a test of values or establish quo
tations. Th total receipt this wek have
been very large, showing; a considerable
i I i
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Th Twentieth Century
Th Twentieth Century
Th Hams atasssl
Th Poultry Uasatte,
Poultry Oastttt, monthly
peopla s Popular Monthly, monthly ,
Kansas City Star, wsakly
Nabrsaka Stats Journal, weekly
Our Country, monthly ,
Wularn Swlna Breeder, monthly ,
Apple Speclallnt. monthly
Kimball's Dairy Farmer, asml-raonthlr ,
Qlcsnlncs la Daa Culture, serol-monlhly
Th TweatletSi Cratary Farmer and any magaains
Fom HmriM tal Tn Twentieth Century Farmer
Th World Today and Th Twentieth Century Parmer
Metropolitan and The Twentieth Ceatary Farmer...
Jteader stagaslae and Th Twentieth Century Farmer
Omaha Be, dally
umaaua it, aally only,
All of the
gain over last week's Mg run and a Willi
larger gain over the recrd of a year ago.
In spite of the large receipts, the market
has been In very fair condition throughout
the whole week.
During the first two davs some little
weakness was developed, owing to the
large ofTerlnr. both here and at other mar
ket points, but this loss wan regained dur
ing the latter part of the week, that
at the rinse prices are practically In the
same notches as one week g The cattl
coming to market at th pretent time r
princtally short-fed steer, there being
practically no prime beeves among the
offering. For that reason prices do not
show up as high as thev would under other
conditions. Still considering the kind of
cattl coming, the market Is very high and
It Is a matter of general comment that
cattle continue to sell so well In the face
of such large receipts. The only ex
planatlon offered Is that the consuming
demand for beef products wss never better.
Cows and heifer have been good sellers
all the week and although prices wer a
little easier on Monday and Tuesday they
have strengthened up -until at the close
th better grades. If anything, are strong
than one week ago. Common kinds are
Fleshy feeders having weight and quality
have been strong and active all the week.
It has seemed as If the country could not
get enough of the good kinds and as high
as $5.00 has been paid for several bunches
of rattle to go back Into the country on
feed. The large number of short fed steers
being marketed at the present time has
given the country the Impression that there
will be a shortage of finished beeves later
In the season and hence a buying demand
has been started. It would seem that
buyers are anticipating a very high beef
market for the spring, judging from what
they are willing to pay for good feeder. At
the close of the week these cattle are
selling as high as they have sold any time
yet. IJghter and Inferior stock cattle, on
the other hand, do not meet with r
ready sale and ther has been a tendency J
i nil m-cumuiniiun or mat Kina In
the yards. Liberal receipts of that kind
of cattle the coming week would be almost
certain to bring about lower prices on that
HOGS Today's market was a surprise
to everyone. C'hlcngo started out by re
porting a decline of 10ilCc, with 12,500 hogs
carried over from yesterday and with tne
bulk of their today s siiles at $t.4'6.46 and
with a top at Sti.50. With reports of that
kind before their eyes, buyers started out
here bidding decidedly lower, In fact, as
low a $0.40 for pretty decent hogs. Sellers,
however, were not disposed to give in loo
easily and most generally held on until
packers advanced their bids to $8.46 for
loads of average quality, when they begun
cutting loose. Quite a good number of
ioaas soia on tnnt basis, but as competi
tion between buvers heiianiA nmr iK-elv
$6.47ty became the popular price and a good
many of the hog sold at that figure, which
looked very high compared to the prices
at Chicago. The upward movement of tlx
market, however, did not stop there but
continued until prices were fully uteady
with the best time yesterday, the last hogi4
selling largely at $ii.6u'a1.62V4, with some of
the beat hogs In sight at $t.56 and a top at
$8.50. Practically all ' the hogs In sight
changed hands by 10 o'clock or very soon
It will be observed from the above that
the early sales were a good deal the same
as yesterday, that Is, largely nt $.46fi.47Vt,
while the later sales were also like yester
day's later market, being largely at $4.60.
11 win aiso ne noiea mat tne nuiK ot the
hogs sold higher at this point than at
The hog market this week ha experi
enced a decided advance. Prices started
out a shnde lower nt the beginning of the
week, but advanced sharply on Tuesdav
and Wednesday, remaining about steady
on Thursday, but advancing again on Fri
day. At the clf.se of the week the market
Is on an average Just about 174e higher
man it was at tne close or last week,
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SHF.ur Five fresh cars were reported In
this morning, but they wore ail sold to
arrive, so tnat there was practically noth
ing on sale, three cars of ewes were
weighed up at $5.20 and two car of good
yearling at $t.26.
The receipt of sheep this week have been
qi'ite Urge, showing a heavy gain over
the previous week and also over the corre
sponding week of last year. At th same
tini.t, there has been a very good demand,
so th-4 market as a whole has been In a
good heilthy condition. Prices, however,
have fluctuated back and forth to some
extent. Thus at th beginning of the week
the market broke sharply, being quoted
generally lCtyl5c lower at this point, conse
quent upon large receipts both here and at
other market. By Wednesday the market
was a good deal higher, but eased off again
on Thursday. At the close of th week
sheep are not far from where they wer
one week ago, while lamb, , If anything,
are a little bit lower. Still ther has nut
been very much change in either direction
on any kind so far ss the closing prices of
the two weeks are concerned. Ewe fluctu
sted more than most any other kind, sonic
of the same cut selling 26c apart during
Prospect for the future of the market
continue bright and sheep men as a rule
are reeling very confident of the future.
While large receipts are almost certain to
raute an easing off In values, tt is not be
lieved by any one that tha supply in the
country is sufficiently large to cause any
permanent break In values. Operators on
this market are still urging their trlends
In the country to. finish their sheep and
lamb and not ship anything that It half
fat. guntatlons on killer: Good to choice
lambs, $7.007.40; fair to good lamb, $6-76
i7.tm; good to choice yearling, lamb
weights. $.fl048.25; fair to good yearlings,
lamb weights, 4S."i64ii.0O; good to choice
yearlings, heavyweights, $3.7fli .00, fslr to
good yearlings, heavyweights, $5.PXJJ6.7d:
good to choice old wethers, $.i.SStr6.66; fair
to good old wethers, $A.006.36; good lo
chc..e ewes, $4.90j5.20i fair to good ewes.
No. Av. Pr.
660 western ewes 125 6 20
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattl Steady Hogs Lower Sheep antl
CHICAGO, Jan. 19. CATTLE Receipt,
SoO head; market steady; beeves. $4.15g'7.00:
cows and heifers, $1.6ofi6.25; stockers snd
feeders, I2.504c4.76; Texans, $3. 754.50; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 19 000 head: market lOff
15c lower; mixed and butchers, 8i.20fi6 52H;
good heavy, $6.4o$j4.S24; rough heavy,
t-i.2uftB.30; light, $i.(iS.46; pigs, $5.706.i;
bulk of sales, $6.40&.&O.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,500
head; market steady; sheep, $5.tiOt.75;
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jon. 19. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 250 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef st?ers, $o.40Q4.60;
fair to good, $4.26t6.30; western fed steers,
S3.7SifiS.50; stockers and feeders, $3.2fy64.76;
southern steer, $3.50rrR.25: southern cows,
$2,254)3.75; native cows, S2.2ofi4.25; native
heifers, $3.15CaA.O0; hulls. $2.60ij$4.20: calves,
$3.r'a7-25. Receipts for the week, 61,100
HOGS Receipts, 3.500 head; market 10c
lower; top, $6.52H; bulk of sales, $6.42W
6.50; heavy, S6.507iS.52H: pneker, $6.42Afr
660: pigs and lights, S6.50tl8.40. Receipt
for the week. 40,400 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 800 head;
market steady; lambs, $6 2597.60; ewes and
weekly, one year ..11.00
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vesrllngs, $4 7.15; western fed ymr1!n,
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ew York live Mtnek Market.
NF.W YORK, Jan 18BEKVF.S Re
ceipts. 580 hoad: nothing doing; market
feeling steady for all grades: dressed beef
dull st 7'ii' per lb; fancv beef, finite;
exports, 4"0 quarter of beef.
CAI. VMS Receipt. 44 head; no sales re
ported: market nominally steady to strong;
city dressed veals quiet, but fully sternly
at i 15c per lb.; country dressed, 7'48
.C per lb.
RHKKP AND LAM Ft 8 Receipts, 4.M0
head; market for shrp nominal: feel
ing wesk; lamb slow and easier: several
cars sold at a lat hour: good to prim
HOGS Receipts, 4.884 head: market nom
inally steady for hogs and firm for pigs.
t. I.onl I. Ire Stork Market.
ST. LOriS, Mo Jan. 18. CATTLB-Re-celpts.
l,2nn head. Including 360 Texans;
market steady native shipping and export
steers, $4.601.78; dressed beef and butcher
steers. S4.4ou6.25; steers under 1,000 pounds,
$.1 5i&4 00; stookeri snd feeders. $2.5tJi4.60;
rows anil heifers, 820Ki4 6O; rannera, $1604)
I.3J; bulls. S2.HHi-4.00; calves, tS.elstfa.vV;
Texas and Indian steers, $2.00jfS.oO; cow
and heifers, $2.(Mi3.SO.
HtKJS Receipts. 6.000 head; market Siffloa
lower; pigs and lights. $iUO016.45; butcher
and best heavy, $a.40(j.55.
gloa City I-lve Ptsck Market.
SIOlTX CITY, Jan. 1. (Special Tern
gram.) CATTLK Receipt. 800 head; mar
ket steady, beeves, $4.001.00; cows, bull
and mixed, $25fTi4.0: itorkers and feeder.
I HOGS-Recelpis, 6.611O head; market 6o
lower at $4. iiul 40; bulk of sales, $d, S0S6.35.
8HEKP AND IJi MBS Receipt, 600
head; market steady.
St, Joseph Lire Stoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. 19. CATTLE Rr
celpts. 219 head. Market steady; natives,
$4.606.76; cws and heifers, $3.2504.60;
Stockers and feeders, $3 25 tl 4 40.
HOGS Receipt, 6.81 head. Market
10c lower; top, $6.42 4 U 0.80; bulk of sales,
Stork la Slant,
Receipts and shipments of live stock at
tne six principn! western markets yester-
day were as
Ploux City. . . .
Kansas City .
8t. Joseph . . .
St. Loul ....
(learlagt Moose Statement.
NEW YORK, Jan. 19 The statement of
clearing house bunk for the weak show
that the hanks held $18,460,700 more than
the legal reserve requirement. This Is an
Increase of $920,000, as compared With last
week. The statement follows:
Legal tenders .....
Reserve required .
Ex-U. 8. deposit.
. 1,042.484,4110 - 83,61 i.Oul
. 192.010.6ot) IB.nnp.flnft
, 279,fli.9O0 I8,19,0nn
,. 2W.6,600 8.378,000
18.4tTO.T-i0 9.820. nort
.. 22,595.026 9.8.6,750
OMAHA, Jan. 19. Bank clearings for to
day were $1,688,853.16 and for the corre
sponding date last year $1,616,108.23. Tha
clearings for the week, compared with th
corresponding week of last year, were:
Monday $2,064,642.43 $1 ,628,649. N
Tuesday 1,696.018.46 1,403.497.18
Wednesday 1.764.217.40 1.346,6)9.29
Thursday 1,877.414 88 1,617.438 .60
Frldsy 1,713.270.79 1.K75.2SS 41
Saturday 1.668,853.16 1,616,108.33
Total $10,623,817.11 $8.788.467. 18
Increase over the corresponding week last
7lew York Mlntnar Stork.
NEW TORK. Jan. 19. Closing quotation
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