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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEK: JANUARY 27, 1007.
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CRALN AM) PRODUCE MARKET
Frees Etrooe Early, Comm aiioa Eonse
Btin? Good BojtT!.
REALIZING COUNTLKaCTS 1HI ADVANCE
Close la All Mara U Easy at A boat
i Previous Day's Kliarn-Talk
larger Corn Recelpta
; OMAHA, Jan. 2, 1907.
Th marliet ' aa (ju.te strong eaily,"
says the Lxchange Giaui coiuijk.iV. ' wuli
commission houses good - uuyere, nun
operators being Influenced uy uuiiitD I ji-
eign news, especially tne reuueuou that la
predicted In tne Argentina crop, with n-ai
of damage on the continent, mm won us tne
heatvy Austiallan shipments to China. Aa
vances did not hold. However, cons.u-rao,e
week-end realising taking piace, Willi sums
bearish pressure, aue to expectations ot
warmer weather In the while, wniat bell.
The closing was busy."
There was Influential buying bf eofn fu
tures early on the bullish Argentina new,
but cash houses sold and there was a good
aleal or realising on talk of urge receipts
next week, lth better ' griding on im
proved Weather. The closing was steady to
Oat a trad was very light, prices working
Ofl slightly with wheat and corn. bVK there
was fairly good commission house ouymg,
ahd It looks as though Blocks would show
ITlmary wheat receipts were awi.AnO hunh-
?ls and shipments 24tt,iO bushels, ugainst
ecelpts last year ot 4 ,. ) busnen and
Shipments of 178,000 bushels, ('urn leoeipis
Were 776.WXI bushels and shipments biiMO
ftashels, against receipts last year of TU.1M)
bushels and shinments of 3.3.0UU bushels.
Clearances, 'were 147,omi bushels corn, 2,UJ0
bushels oata, and wheat and flour eu.ua! to
At. I.JIi 1
.tverimol rinsed i:d hla-her on wheat and
higher on corn.
Kroomhall estimates wheat shipments at
S,0n0.Cou bushels. Australian wheat shlp-
Sienis were a,64H,O0 bushels, against Ij96,l0
ushela last week and l.Ttil.OOO bushels last
i lxcal rang of options.
rticre Open. Hlgh. Low. I Close! Yes'y
Wheat ( I
t May... 7211 72-n 72 72 I 72
July... TlViH 71B TlViB 71B 71
May... 4H 41B 404A 4W4H 40
; July... )U 40s, B '
1 Kept... 404 40 B! r
My... 84B 3flTiS7B ftA
July... 33VA S3 331
) A asked.
I Omaha Cash Prleea.
WHEAT No. I hard. ttVt1S704c: No. t
liard, Vir8c; No. 4, 62'fjic; No. 3 spring,
CORN No. 3, S6V4(go7c; No. 4. SoV43Sfic;
No. I yellow, 17c I No. S white. SSc.
OATS-No. mixed, S4Hi31ic; No. 3
White, 85Vrc; No. 4 white, MVu"J6c.
RYE-No. t S9c; No. S, 67Hc
6t. Lout ..
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CHICAGO URAIX AND PROVISION
Feat a res ot the Trading and Closing
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Jan." "2V liberal selling by
longs cauaed a weak finish today In the
local wheat market, the May delivery clos
ing at a net decline ot Sc. Corn and oats
were each unchanged. Provisions were HJ
. Weakness In wheat developed during the
. last hour of trading, the market' prior to
that lime Bhowlna considerable strength
The selling seemed to be actuated, largely
by the effort to obtain Immediate profits
Instead of holding over Sunday. Tha nws
of tha day was distinctly favorable to the
bulls, cables being firm, receipts In the
northwest light and weather In the wheat
ectlqn extremely cold. Commission houses
were active bidder at the opening, but as
the session advanced the demand became
leas urgent," The market closed weak, nnaj
Quotations bolna at tha lowest point of the
day.' Jaay opened unchanged to VtiiffSic
I higher at 79o to TSHfokiC, sold at 79ig7Hc,
"and then declined to 78Vii7SHc. The close
was at "Rc. Clearances of wheat and
flour were-equal to 46,000 bu. Primary re
ceipts were. bu., against 4U6.IIU0 bu.
for the corresponding day last year. Min
neapolis. luluth and Chicago reported re
celpta of -217 - cars, -against 22 curs last
Week and 3o5 cars one year ago.
A report that the Argentina crop'of corn
will be only about one-half the amount
trikinally estimated caused considerable
firmness In the market early In the day,
but later prices weakened on free selling
by cash houses. The offerings to a large
extent were brought out by the prospeot
of material Increase in the movement. It
1 being estimated that the receipts for Mon
- day will be 723 care. The market closed
steady. May opened a shade to Viii'yic
higher at 4fc to 46V?, advanced to 46c
and then declined to 46Hi46o. LocaL re
ceipts were 443 cars with 4 of contract
Trading In the oats pit was quiet and the
market held stesdy on moderate buying by
commission houses. The selling was mostly
by longs. May opened a shade to He higher
at 3KV,KK!S,c, sold between Vue and
SXH3SVbc, and closed at 38Vc. Local re
ceipt were 1M cars.
A lively general demand for provisions
Was in evidence for the greater part of the
day,' but Offerings were light. The demand
was' based on a 10c advance In the price
of live hogs. Shorts and local packers led
In the buying. At the close May pork wat
up 7c at lt.72Vfc. Laid was 6c higher at
..87H. Ribs were 6c higher at t.S2
ICstlmated receipts for Monday are:
Wheat. cars) corn, 723 cars; oats, 191
' ears; hogs, 47,0uO head.
The leading future ranged as follow:
Articles. I Open. I High. Ixw. Uloe. Yes'y.
4s 6d; American mixed old, 4s (d; futures,
rirm; January, 4s 3d; March, is 2d.
OMAHA VtHOtRllLB MAltKFT.
Conditio of Trade and laoatloBe on
Staple and Fancy Prodne.
EOQS--Per do., 22c.
LIVK POCL J HT-H'ns, Hc; rooster,
6c; turkeys, lviac ducks, istflOc; young
roosteia. iruSc; aeese, S'uitc.
bL'TTKR Parking stork, lStil9c; choice
to fancy dairy, Hl'o'c; creamery, 26-3 2c.
HAT-Cholre ti) l-md. i:.b": mouiu o. - W
No. 1 bottom. -Is IV; off grsdef, 16 WU4.iA
Rye straw, $7.00, No. 1 alfalfa, $11. W.
ttnJLirtr "on, i(mid.
CAIir.OT" tiKKlU AN U tARSNIPS
Per bu., 76o
RWfcKT PO'f ATOES-Illlnois, psr large
i niti tsr-Aiso--er . cu., si si . a
LIMA PEANB Per lb., tMo.
I CAbaAiiE Holland seed, home grown,
'1H? per lb. ' '
KG PLANT-Per do., $2.25$3.00.
1 RUTABAGAS About 16u lba. . to ack,
I olATOE8-ror bu. 4Sf6Bc.
TI HMFS-Kr bu., tc.
ONluN-Honm crown, per bu.. ttoi
' Bpanlsli, per crate, 12. uu; Colorado, per bo.
BEETS. ILKXIi'S ANO CARROTS Pet
do , 4o'UiiOC.
TOM A TuKS Florida, 30-lb. crate. 15.00.
NV AX BKANH -Per bu. ox. $Axyi.ua.
LEAF LKTTL'CE Hothduae. i dog
CELERY-Callfornla. per dot. IbcQtl 00.
t l t'l MUE118 -Hothouse, per doa, $i.0U
HORb.HAiiSU-t ase ot dox . $l.ku.
RAUISHLS Per do, bunches, stc
OREKN PEPPERd Par -basket srats,
14 vuhi W.
PAltaLUY Hothouse per nog. bunches,
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per do.,
i .Mfa 1.2ft.
HALIX)T8-Sotithern, per bunch, 60c. '
CRA N BERRIES Per bM.. S7.006B.00.
APPLIES ben Lavla. choice, li-uu; fancy,
per bbl., .$J.zi. Jonathans, $3.7$(i4."0; New
York apples, $3.2f; Iowa ana Nebraska,
tiling und rooking, $2.3rX(2.0o.
PEARS-Winur Nells, per uox, 13.04.
TROf tCAL FRUIT. i
' ORANOEef-Florlda "ranges, ail alxes.
liu; Calilurnia navels, extra fancy, all
sixes. fancy, U-0; choice, i.6.
LEMONS Llniomera, uv and sou . tlie,
14 mi: ott.er b.ai'd-. 6ic less.
LATLB Kadaway AWc; anyera, 5c; Hab
lowis, ntw stuifeu wamui dates. V-lb. bog.
BANANA -T-e -nedl urn -sized bunch.
OKAPK FKI'l.T taT 64 and 80, W.71
il 4 lu.
FIQS California, bulk, CHc; -crowo
Turkish, Idc; -crown, 14c; l-crown, Ud.
COUOAftliTo-Per ssck of 100, 14.W.
BfctiF CU To.
No 1 ribs, ttc: No. 2 ribs. 10c: No. I rll'S,
7c; No. 1 loin, INC; No. 3 loin, 12ttc; Nu.
1 loin, pc, ro. l diucK, tie, ro. x chuck, oc:
No. 3 chuck, ic; No. 1 round, TVic: No. i
round, Otac; No. I rcund, lie; No. 1 plate.
ic; No. 2 plate. 4c; No. I plate, 3c.
U 1 SLILLLAfl t.KJ u o.
CHEESE New lull cream Wlsoonsln
twins, 164jc; new full cream brick, lfi&i
lGc; wheel Swiss cheese, l(ic; block Swlts,
llir; lltnberger, 14c; Young Americas, 16',4jC.
FISH Tiout. Uc; halibut, Kic; catiiah, l&Oj
buffalo, So; bullheads, Ue; black bass, fin
lock, 2bc; salmon, l-c; pike, dressed, llo;
red snapper, 12c; ahltellsh, l-c; peicn,
dressed and scaled, Oc; pickerel, C-rrssed,
SVc: herring, tic; crapples, ixo 16c; eels, liic:
bluensn. 16c; lobsters, green, iibu per Ib.t
mackerel, Spanish, ltlc; native, 36c; frog
legs, 4.ic per dox. saddles; smelts, 12c.
Cl'RKU FISH Family whitetlsh, per
quarter bbl., lbs., I4 00r Norway niuck
trel. No. 1. 136.00; No 1 I.00; b-rring u
bbls., 2"0 poumla each. Norway, 4k, $11; Nor
way, 3k, $12.60; Holland herring, In kegs,
ml Ik era, S0c ; Kegr, mixed. 70c.
HIDES AND TALLOW Qreen salted.
No. 1, 12c; No. I, lie; bull hides. p; green
hides. No. 1, 10o: No. i. Be; horse, $1.60(J
8.76; sheep pelts, 60ciai$1.26. Tallow, No. L
4c: No. 2, He Wool, l&ff22o.
KITS French walnuts, Uc; Callfornl
walnuts. No. 2, soft sheil, 11c; No. 1 soft
shell, la"ic; Braxlls, I5ffl6c; pecan, lwg.'vr:
fllberta, 1814o; peanuts, raw, 7Hci
roasted. Bo; California . almonds, ' hard
Shell, lic; Tiayonla, 17c.
HONEY Fer 24 frame. $3.50.
CIDER New York, btlf barrel. U.7I; bar
COFFEE Roasted. No.. 86, 8e per lh.;
No. 80. nc per lb.; No. 85, 18c per lb.; No.
80, 1r per In.: No. 81, ISC per lb.
SUGAR Granulated cane, in sacks, $6,11;
granulated beet, in aacka. $6.01.
SYRUP In bbla., 27c per gal.; In cases,
10-lb. cans, 81.70; cases, U 8-1 b. cans, 81.80;
cases, 24 SH-lb. cns. $1.88. . 3
CANNED aOOUS Corn, standard, west,
ern. 666oc; Maine, $l.li- Tomatoes,' 8-Ib.
csna 4i.l0; 8-lb. cans, 7Hce$l.0o. Pine.
apples, gratod. 2-lb,, U0toj.'ii; sliced. II 11
(12.20. Gallon apples, fancy. 8T.05. Cull
iornls, apricots, $4.00. Pears, 8L759
!S0. Pesclies, faK'y, $1.75ri!.ki; H.
peuchea. $2.uik2.60. Alaska salmon, red,
$1.26: fancy Chinook, F.. $3.10; fancy sock,
eye, F., I1.B5. Sardines, quarter oil, $8.75;
three-ouart.r mustard, 83.00. Sweet pota.
toes, $1.1001.26. Sauerkraut, $1.00. Pump
kins, 80c$1.00. Wn beans, j-lb.. 6v)o,
lima beans, 2-lb.. 76c$1.3j. Hplnach. ti.ii.
Cheap peas. J-lb , Wo; ext.js, Bictjl.10;
fancy. 11.831 1. IS .
NEW YORK STOCKS AM) BONDS
s'rit Cubjecttd to Fmaortgnd Biw L.w
Lerel ii Beached,
SHORT RALLY ON BK STATEMENT
It Falla to Hold, Hewerer, and Close
la Irreaalar, with Prleea Lower
Than Friday of lst
NEW YORK. Jan. . The stock market
today wab subjected to severe pressure
again and the tail in prices aunea io y'
ternay's decline forced a level geneiaily
lower than that of the low level ot Frlmty
of last week. The mysury of the sources
and the motive of the selling Increased its
effect on speculative sentiment.
The tendency of the market to rally rrom
time to time disclosed that short selling
bv bears was holding a share In the re
sponsibility for the weakness. The most
pronounced of these rallies came after the
anneeranre of the bank statement, not
withstanding tne wchk snowing oi tne
banks. Onlv $3.4,i0 of the expected
$.s.(4i,0fi0 cash gain appeared and the $i!.-
t.(V loan extension swelled the deposit
Item and reserve requirements to an extent
which reduced th surplus tO' 7 12 kK
which compares with a surplus of $15.R:B.f.V)
at this time ims. y.vii. I'he. loan Increase
was attributed largely to the taking up of
railroad note Issues, to which was added
today $60.0110,000 of one year notes by the
Vanderbllt railway companies. Reports
from the bankers having In hand the sale
of the notes of the eagerness with which
they were bought and the higher relative
price they were bringing compared with
the recent Issues had an Influence on the
stock market aa a possible indication of a
release of capital for investment from the
tled-up condition which has threatened a
check to enterprise. The report from Wash
ington that tho Intended recill of govern
ment deposits from the national banks on
February 1 and and afterwards was to ap
ply onlv on the $12,om.tm deposited In De
cember autl not to the $.10,coo.ij which baa
been on deposit since last September, cor
rected an apprehension felt yesterday of
aevere pressure during February on the
money market from that cause. The mar
ket did not fully hold its rally and the
closing tone was Irregular.
The total sales of bonds, par value, were
$1.04t),ii"ii. I'nlted Stales bonds are un
changed on call from last week.
Sales and Hinge of prleea on the New
York gttock exchange were.
gain. High. Low. Clone.
. 1.M1.0R7 S
Increase over the corresponding week last
Sew York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2 MONEY On call,
nominal; time loans. Arm: sixty days, 6
per cent: ninety days snd six months, S'iV
tVi per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-46i,
'"STERLING EXCHANGE Easy with
actunl business In bankers' bills at $4.8540
04 X560 for demand and at $4.li4 8136 for
sixty day bills; posted rates. $4. It;!1 and
34tV4; commercial bills, $4.s.'j'4.Sl4.
8II.VF.R Bar. ttic; Mexican dollars. 53c.
BONDS Government and railroad,
Closing quotations on bona were a follows.
I.... IMS Jipen (a. M serlea
V. . ret. 2a. r
t'. S. Ss. re
V. B. old 4a, rex.
I. 8. naw 4a. re
Am. Tobacco 4a...
Atrhtann sen. 4a..
do adj. 4a
Atlantic C. L. .
Hal. A Ohio 4e...
Bra. R. T. c. 4a..
Central of Oa. ta
do let Inc
do td Inc
do 3d Inc
Chen. A Ohio 4Sa...
rhlcaxn ft A. ISa...
C, B. A Q. n. 4s...
C, H. I. ft P. 4...
do col. Ra....
nr. st. l. 4.
Colo. Ind. aa, sar. A
Colorado Mid. aa....
Colo. A Bo. 4a
I). A R. o. 4a.,...
Planners' Sec. 6a...
Erla p. I. 4a
do can. 4a
Horsing Val. 4v,a...
do 4a etra
do 4Wa ctla
do td etra.
L A N. onl. 4a....
a. K. 4a
..IMV do lat Inc
.. HIMInn. A St. U 4a i
. ll't;M . K. A T. 4a
..imi do ia f'
.. 14N. R. R. ot M. C. 4a
.. Ml, N. T. C. (. !'
..l'l N. J. C. 5a 12Wi
.. J No. PaclBc 4a W"l
.. do la T:
..1H'. N. A W. c. 4a W
.. an (i. s. u rfdr. 4a 4
.. 7 Penn. con. Ia M
.. U Readlnx sen. 4a 0s 'a
..l'VHt. U I M e. 6a..t)l
.. 7f. st. L. A P. ( 4a M
.. Mi4im. L. 8. W. e. 4a... 7T H
.. 75 Seaboard A. L. 4a.... lit
.. H So. Parltlr 4a
i.. I'll do lat 4a etra ',
A.' n "So. Rallvajr Ha. 11t4j
.. 74 Taaaa A P. la 1 17'
.. Mlt T., St. L. ft W. 4a... S!
..IO314 t'nlnn Pailflc 4a lom
.. H( t 8. Btoal id (a it
.. aa Wshaah la H"4
... dn deb. B. 7
.. nut Waatrrn Md. 4a. '
..HH "W. A L. ft. 4a.,... 7'4
Ml, Wla. Central 4a BJ't
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
or Cattle Art
NEW YORK flENKRAI, MARKKT
1R TK t
B 46 '
41V 41T4I 41's
4... 46VJJV. 45V: 4
18 80 18 72V, 16 7Hl
16 96 le 87 18 87H
B 70 B K5 . 8 67H
B r.'H 9 674 9 70
B 86 9 80 - 8 b6
B 40 I B 32W 8 35
B 47HJ' 4J$ 9 46
' B 40 1
Casii quotations were as follows: '
FLOl'R rrm; winter patents, $3.C0
860: straights. BS.Oftti 3. a ; spring patents;
83 70t53.no; straights, W lif8.60; bakers, fl.XH$
WHEAT No... 2 spring. 7ac; No. 8,
V2fctc; No. 3 red. 740 75c.
. CuHN-No. 2, 42c; No. X yellow. 43He.
OATS No. Z. ; No. 3 white, 3iVi No. 3
RYE No. 2, 63c.
PARLEY Fair to choice malting. 8155a
SEEDS No. 1 'flax, Jl.ln; No. 1 north,
western, $1 2H. Prime timothy. $4 4Cij4 ii.
Clover, contract grades, $13 S6.
pROVlSI"N8 Khoi t ribs sides (loos),
89.0fgB.26. Mess pork, per bbl.. $1K .4:4. Lard,
per 1K) ll . 847H. Short clear sides
Pollowtng ere Lhe receipts and hip
men is of flour and grain:
Flour, bbl 2u0 Sl.&tO
Vheat. bu 17.0M o.i.7u0
Corn, bu 8S8.SH0 S-12.WI0
Oats, bu 244 MO 21S.21O
Kye. bu ( 6.u
parlay, bu 133.1U0 14.700
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was strong; creameries, acinic;
dairies. l7c. Fs. steady; at maik.
rases Included, 2.i-4c; flrsta, 24c; prime
.firsts, 2c; extras, aeo. Cheese, strong, 1
Pkllaaelpkla Podlneo Market.
- PHILADELPHIA. Jan. SB. BUTTER
Firmer. good demand. extra western
ereamwry. i-ij .'.
HOUS Firm, good demand, western fresh,
jne at mart,
CHICKjr-l"nehangeo, New York full
Urers! Grain an4 Provlaiena.
IJVr-RPOOU Jan. K-WHf AT Spot,
firm; No. 3 red western winter, a; future.
firm; March, ts id. May, as aVJ, juiy
CoiwN Spot, Arm; American mixed new,
of the nay
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. FLOI R-Recelpts,
17.6HO bbls.; exports, 4.2R1 bbls.; market
dull; winter patents, $3.artf3.85; winter
straights, $3.4Y(ig.5n: Minnesota patents,
$4.1iK(j4.a6: winter extras, $2.8rtfi300; Minne
sota bakers, M.afVti3.7&; winter low grades.
$2.7u2.0. Rye tlour, dull: fair to goo.,
$3.66&3.H); choice to fancy, $3.So(S4 20. Buck
wheat flour, quiet, $a.HKitZ.a.
Bl'CKWHEAT Quiet. $1.2B per 0 bs.
CORN MEAL Quiet; fine white and yel
low, $1.15(U1.20; coarse, $1.0&r1.10' kiln dried,
WHEAT Receipts, r,iu nu.; exports,
10.000 bu. Spot, firm; No. 2 red, 82Wc, ele
vator, and K34C, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 north-
em. IHiluth. WVaC, f. o. b., afloat; No. 2
hard winter, iiTV. f. o. b., afloat. In re
sponding to the Arm cablea, fears of crop
damage growing out of the severe cold
wave west, prospect for mulish visible
and world's shipments figures on Monday
and covering wheat waa firmer tills morn
ing. It yielded later to retlieing, and closed
barely steady at Ho net decline. May, fall
i'5. clotted at 85e; July, 84HtT'5c. closed
at 84Kc. ..
CORN Recelpta. 43.000 bu.; exporta, 1.144
bu. Spot, Arm; No. 2, 65Vc. elevator, and
Ple. f. o. b., afloat; No. I yellow, 61Sc;
No. 2 white, 52c. The option market was
without transaction, closing H2?ic net
hlKher. January closed at 64c, May at
and Julv at 62so.
OATS Rut clpts. 70.5(10 bu. ; exports. 1.460
bu. Spot, steady; mixed oats, 26 to 32 lb.,
41c; natural white, SO to S3 Ihs., 42it:4Sc;
clipped white, S to 40 lbs.. 4,Mt4o4c.
HAY Easv; shipping, 77Mi5c; good to
HOPS Steedv,' fte, common to choice.
19H6 cror. lhifiSc; 19t crop. 8rHle; Pacific
const. IftU crop. lSWIHc; 16 crop, lOtfrl.'c,
H I Dl- Steady; O.ilveston. 80 to S lbs..
20r; CHlifornla. 21 to 25 lbs., 21c: Texas dry,
24 to S(i lbs.. 19c.
I RATHER Steady; acid, r7H?29e.
PROVISIONS Heef, llrnv family, flS.OtVfr
1S.50; mess. f!.0l'.fj . 60 ; leef hams, fil.5"
2S.0O; pHi-Vet fll.oiKi 12.00; city extra India
mess. Xt: Xvu'a on. Cut meats, steady; n'ck
led bellies. J10.UWT12.0o; pickled hams. $11. SO
4A 11,76. I-std. Arm; western prime, 99.6ofr
0; reflned, oulet; continent. $10 10; South
America, $10.75: compoiinl. $s.5nrrf'l tcij. Pork,
firm; famltv. 1900; hort clear, flT.i&lB.On,
mess. $17."jlH 60.
T A LLO W rirm ; city, 69-ldc; country.
R lOK Steady ; domestic, fair to extra
BUTTER Firm: street price extra cream
ery, 3:tu3.vc; omcini prices, e-e-an-ery com
mon to extra. ypT:c; state, dairy common
to firsts. Jijic: western Imitation, cream
ery, extras, NfiSc.
rHEfc:su: Steaoy : state full rream small
snd Isrse. September, fancy, 14c: October,
best. UWltc: state, rood to prune. U&
Vie. state, winter wrade. average best, 12c-,1.1-
KOOS Firm; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby f.tney selected white. 82o; state,
choice. 2!4i3ic, mixed extra. 29f3c; west
ern firsts. 2rV: crrlt'ial price, firs , itc;
Ptl LTKl-Live, sienay; western fowls.
loll3: tuikeya, !. Dressed, firm; we-t-
ern cmcKene, uaisc; turkeys, HQlBo:
fowls. Mj14c. .
Amalgamated Copper ...
Am. C. r
Am. O. A P. pfd
Am. Coi ton Oil
Am. Cotton OH pfd :
Am. II. A L. pfd
Am. Llneeed nil
Am. Llnaeed Oil pfd
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. 8. ft H
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Sugar Refining
Aro. Tobacco pfd ctfa....
Anaconda Mining Co....
Atlantic Coaat L,lne
Paltlmore ft Ohio
Ral. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central of Near Jersey...
Choaapaak ft Ohio
Chlcaso Ot. W
Chicago ft N. W
C . M. ft 8t. P
Chicago T. ft T
Chicago T. A T. pfd....,
C. C. C A 8t. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A 80
Colo. A 80. lat pfd
Colo, ft 80. td pfd
Corn Producta pfd ,
Pclnware A Hudson....,
Pel.. L. ft W
Denver R. O
P. ft R. O. pfd
niatlllers'. Securities ...
Erie lat pfd
Krla, td pfd
Hocalng Valley, offered....
1st. Paper pfd..
Int.' Pump Pfd...T.
Iowa Central ptd
Kaneae City 80
K. C. Bo. pfd
Louievllle A N , ,
Mlnp. A Bt. L
M., . P. A 8.' i. M..:...
M . Bt, P. A 8. 8. t. pfd.
M., K. A T....-
M . K. A T. pfd
N. R. R. ol M. pfd
New York Central
N. Y.. O. A W
Norfolk A W
Norfolk A W. pfd
r.. c, i'. n st. u. ,
Preaard Steel Oar ,
Preaaed 8. C. pfd
Pullman Palace Car...
Reedlsg lat pfd
Reading td pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Inland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
8L L. A 8. r. M pfd:
Bt. L. 8. W
8t. L 8. W.- pfd
80. Paelfio pfd
Bo. Railway pfd
Tennaee?e O. A I
Teiaa A Pacific
T., Bt. b. A W
T.. Bt. U A W. pfd
t'nlon Pacific pfd
V. 8. Siprraa
V. B. Realty
C. 8. Rubber
U. 8. Rubeer pfd
I . 8. Bleel
It. B. Steel pfd ...
Ve.rCaroline Chemloel ....
Va.-Caro Cbem. pfd
Weetlsghouae Electric ....
Wheeling A L, B
Wla. Central pfd
Oreat Northern pfd
Central Leather pfd
Int. Met. pfd
IO0 SO', JiH
', " itoo
tOO US 35 S
100 173 S 172
500 17 IT
' ' 'iiio
Total aalee for the day, Mt.tOO aharee.
London i'loalnsr ltorks.
LONDON, Jan. 28. Closing quotations on
the Stork exelmnge weie.
Conanla, money .. 14 15-14 M., K. A T
do account 87 i-H N. Y. Central
Anaronda ,4 Norfolk A W
Atchlann 1osi do pfd
do pfd Kl flntarlo A W
RaKlmore ft Ohio. ...120 Ipennaylvenla ....
Canadian pacific ISTs'ltand Mines
. ... 17 ISouthem Railway
....151 S do pfd
.... 27 southern Pacific
....84 do pfd
.... 40 ill, 8. HI
.... 75 I do pfd
...171 do pfd
LoulaTlile ft Naah...l44Sl
SII.VKR Bar. firm, 31 ll-16d per ounce.
MONF5Y 4tyS4 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills is 47 per cent; for three
months' bills Is 4 per cent.
Chee. A Ohio.
Chicago Ot. W..
C. M. A Bt. P.
Dener A R. O. .
do let pfd
do !d pfd
. 45 'A
HOGS OPEN HIGHER, CLOSING LOWER
Light Meeelpta ot Baeeai 0 ad I. a as be,
with Prleea Bteady for the Pay
hat Decidedly Lawer
for the Week.
"SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 2. 1907.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
C tile la I Momlnv B.4S7 B.313 B.ilil
Oftlcial Tuesday J.OW 12.- a"-
Official Wedneeday .... i.tWi 12.993 .
tJlrlcial Thursday t,70 lill 4,848
Oftlcial Friday 2,6t l."4
Ofnclal Bnturday l'H M27 1.244
This week 25.747 B7.229 3o.67
Last week 37.25S 46.97S 3H.T8
Two weeks ago 25.H34 41,477 f'.033
Three weeks ago 16,u31 27.SH4 210f2
Four weeks ago 7.117 29,tl 1.4
Same week Inst year. .. .16.830 60,Sb9 S4,3i3
The following table how the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep st South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with laat yearj
1!M7. 1904, Inc. Deo.
Cuttle 91.B13 67.104 24,409
Hogs 15W.21H 1.99 SfsTl
Sheep 118,806 119.992 1.1W
Oood to choice enrnfod steers $8 40trt.2S
Fair to good co?nfed steers ffoo.?
Common to fair steers 4.0ti4.i
Good to choice fed cows i?
Fair to good cows snd heifers 8 tii3 .65
Common to fair cows and heifers.. 2.003.00
Good to ohoice Bi kers and feeders. 4 J6.10
Fair to good stockers and feeders. 3 t'C -40
Common to fair stockers "'y?Ix
Bull stags, etc
Veal calves 4.0O43.M
Ths following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
71. .....,.!? ... t rr 71 t.'t to 70
4 21 t7S T7 354 ... 4 71
H 3S ll I T 71 2::1 ... t 72
aa . 40 Ills 1 "4 ... 7.S
4 Ut ... t 7 : if-4 40 4 T.'S
tl tU ... 4 47S 4t lit ... 4 1J
t Itt ... t7S 7 110 ... t t?S
71 tr-i ... I rr Ml ... t 1?
7! 238 ... 147 88 f- ... t 7t
4 21 ... 17 (4 214 ... 13
as 121 ... t 70 14 248 - 10 t T2S
7t t"4 ... I 7 4t 251 ... 78
80 tot se 7ft 83 M ... 4 77
at If I s) 111
SI1EE1' Of the few sheep and lamb re-
Krted in three ears were yearling sold
fore arrival at 34 M and one car of good
lamb also sold before arrival at J .".60,
There were hot ehough actually on sale to
make any test of the market and about
all that could be said of the day trade Is
to call It nominally steady.
Rettipts of sheep this week have been
sbout the same so - far as numbers were
concerned, but slightly heavier than a year
ago. This means that the run has been
large. As noted before In these columns,
the receipts have consisted very largely of
ewes, with the result that packers became
overloaded and the market broke sharply
Even the best ewes declined 2fo. with ths
medium kinds 2rVti.Ue lower. The break on
ewes also carried down the market on
wethers and yearlings, which are IRSSfto
lower than last week. Strictly choice lambs
on account of the moderate supply have
remained fully steady, but the medium
grades, which have been more plentiful,
are 2fic lower for the week.
Quotations on klliers: Oood to choice
lamb, r.rS1.40; fair to good lambs, ..
tt7.00: good to choice yearllners, lamb
weight. e6.O04je.2e: fair to good yearlings,
lamb weight. I6.7BHM.0O; good to choice
yearlings, heavyweights, 5.7tia.0O; fslr le
good yearlings, heavyweights, 35 !". T:
good to choice old wethers, tVi.3Mrf.60; fall
to good old. wethers. o. 006 86; good to
to choice ewes, 4.80(B6.t; fs" to good
7V4 western yearling .....
39 western ewes
278 western lamb
close steady, net unchanged to 10 points
higher. Sales were reported of llBfa) bags.
Including February at B. 40c: March, B.rVV;
May, 6. ,tr; September, tKvdo; Decem
ber, tVOlVo') lOo. Spot coffee steady; Rkv No.
7, 7c; Santos, No, 4. 80; mild coffee quiet;
Dalalh Oral Mavrhet.
' TT'Lt'TH. Minn.. Jan. X-WllEAT-On
track. No. 1 northern, ft"So; No. 3 north
ern, !V; May, 81o; July, elVfro; Septem
OATS-To arrive, 36e.
R T FT V.
i) ARLKI 36-340O.
Date. I 1907. 19t.il906.r904.19O3.1903.1901.
37 13 t It
(learlnir Honse Statement.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. The bank state
ment of clearing house bnnks for the week
shows that the bank hold llS.B62.Sfi0 more
than the legal reserve requirement. This
Is a decrease of 82,n7,f)00, as compired with
last week. The statement follows
Jan. 14... t 28l 1 4 60 4 73
Jan. IS... I Ii 9 4 69
Jan. 16... 4lTi 6 29 4 62 4 74
Jan. 17... 6 41 b 21i 4 Bl
Jan. 18... 6 4H t 27) 4 65 4 6B
Jan. 19... 49 I 6 29 4 66 ' 4 74
Jan on els oil a k- a
Jan. 21... I 64 I 4 68
Jan. 22... I 6 61 6 36
Jan. 23... 6 4d 6 38 4 631 4 8X
Jan. 24... ( 43 S 32 4 6
Jan. 26...' 6 33 4 7.t 4 87
4 79 6 69 lb
4 )' o 0-1
6 5 13
6 f.9l 6 03i 6 IB
6! 6 11 6 21
6 73 (5 13
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha t! 2f.B0 I6.6tnii6.80
Chluago 1.6.o7.( 6.0fi'a.9
Kansas City 2.Vn 60 B.Hiiti.S.'Vi
St. Ixiuls 2.0i'M"5 6.6'(i.K779
Sioux City 2.5o'f)26. ,6.biu'.75
The oftlcial number of cars of stock
reserve required ...
F.x-lT. S. deposits.
.. 19t.S73,2O0 .
.. 2. 2. 31 5. 700
.. . 1B.Bri2.HO0
brought In today tor each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.H'r's.
C, M. & St. P. Ry....
Mo. Pac. Ry
Union Paclnc System
C. & N. W. Ry. ( ri . .
c. & N. W. Ry. (W).
Increase. ! C, St. P., M. & O. Ry.
j.t r. oc w. inj
C. R. I. A P. uy.
C. R. 1. At P. Ry.
Chic. Great Western
Kevr Tork Mlalng Stocks.
NEW TORK, Jan. 26. Closing quotations
tlons on mining stocks were
Brunaerlck Con. ...
Cometeck Tunnel ..
Con. Cat. A Vs....
Little Chief ..
Small Hopee ..
LONDON, Jan. 26. Money Was much
wanted In the market today and rates wera
firm. Discounts were steady. 1 rauing on
the stock exchange was light, the nearness
of the settlement Inducing a reduction
rather lhan an Increase of commitments.
The prices of British securities declined In
the absence of support. Americans con
tinued weak. Yesterday's disappointing ad
vices from Wall street caused renewed
liquidation, especially In Canadian Pacific
and Union Pacific. After the transaotlon
f a small amount or businens tne market
closed steady. Southern Paclflo was In good
emand In anticipation or an increased aivi-
dend. Foreigners and kafflrs were dun,
Japanese Imperial 6s of 1904 closed at H.02HV
liH.KL.ir4, jan. oa. rncra un 1110 duuiso
today were Irregular.
PARIS. Jan. I'rices on ine nourse
today were dull and weak. Russian Im
perial 4s were unquoted and Russian bonds
t I90t closed at tas.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 Today s state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen-.
eral fund, exclusive of the floO.OOO.OOi) gold
reserve, shows: Available casn Daiance,
ri4O.0J8.8S3; gold coin and bullion, 3100,266,436;
gold certificates, $37,788,470.
Exports and Imports.
NEW TORK, Jan. 26. Total Imports of
pecle for the week ending today, P,I
silver, and 448.684 gold.
Total exports of specie for the week
ending today, 3672,666 silver and 3870,970 gold.
1 .. 12
, S 11
I .. 1
. 1 3
. 8 81
The disposition of the day'a receipts was
as follows, eacn Duyer purcpasiiig tue num
ber of head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
. 153 6,840 ' 1,246
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON. Jan. a.-iin loans, tWl per
cent; time loans, 6Vii per cent. Official
quotation on atocxa mn nona wsrer
Mllwaak.ee Grain Market.
MILW Al'K EE. Wis., Jan. 26. WHEAT
S' o. 1 northern. Bi'aMc: No. 2 northern. 79
JjMHc; May, 7fc bid.
PORN Steady; No. 3 cash, 4242e; May,
RYK Ixiwer; No. 1. SSfiCV.
BARLEY Finn; No. J, 69c; sample. 48
Atchteoa adj. 4a..
Max. Central 4a
Boeton A Albany..
Boaton A Maine....
Boat on R leveled ...
Mrilcsa Central ...
N. T., N. H. A H.
fere Marquette ...
t'nlea Paclnc ,
"Am. A. C. pfd.!..
Aaa. Tnei. Tube....
Am. T A T
de pld 100
Pom. I. A a
Kdiaos Else. Ills f.i
tailed rmlt .......
letted . M
II. 8. Bleel
. bid. "Asked.
. 12 1
cel. A Hecla..
Copper kange .
Kaljr West ....
lata horale ...
.Maaa. Mpilng .
Itoal. C. A C.
V. . Miami..
1 U. 8. Oil
.. 88 Victoria
. h 18 iWolrerlne
.. at North Putt. ...
.. 28 Butte Coalition
.. ei Neesda
..106 Cel. A Artaooa
4 Ariaone Com. .
.. ts Oreeae Cea. ...
PEORIA. Jan. 3S. CORN-l'nchnged;
No. 3 yellow and No. 3. 41Vic; No. 4.
no grade. ti3c.
OATS Finn ; No. I white, 7Hc; No. 3
white. S7c: No. 4 white. S. '
RYE Steady; No. 3. 64iAc.
WHISKY On tuuaia of 11 2 for finished
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLfcU0. O.. Jan. 26. -4? E EDS Clover.
raeh and January. s3,s; feuruary, tx0;
March, .; April. lluiotOy,
Boaton Copper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
bC reported by Logan A Bryan. 112 Board
nf Trade building. Omaha;
Atlantle KStjl 11 Maaa
Bingham 11S4) 31 Mohawk
BUa.b Mt 87f 8sNorth Butte..
Boetoa. Cena.... Ut 31 Old nooilnioa
Butte Coalition 8t) 18 Oeceoie
Cel. A Arts..l8e Shanuoa
( el. A Hetia. .teuA Trn.117
Centennial t 1'. . com .
Copper RABge.. ti ' Biiplaelng ....
Dalr Waat .... lt O. Cenanea..
Caat Butte lt Butte Kl ....
Greene Copper. r4 tl Neat Hease...
U . r.... HN M
. 8 gt a
. 1.11 ee
. US) 12
. Bank Clearings.
OMAHA. Jan. 2 Bank clearings for
today ll.671.2M.7f and for the corresponding
oat -last year ai.aoo,iuB.9.
Monday 31(6.1,5.10 06 $l.46 897r:
Tuesday LlrM.J t 49 1.4M4.9M7 1
Wednesday l.ooa,U3 .64 L3K.21179
St. I.ools General Market.
ST. LOITIB, Jan. 26. WHEAT Weak ; fu-
ure lower; iraca, rto. e reu, cueu, inTw
So; No. 2 hard, 74V4S76Hc; May, 77H8T7Hc;
CORN Bieaay; traia, i-u. t. tmn, it-it:.
No. 2 white, 44c; May, d-ilko; July, 44c.
OATS oteaoy; iraca rso. t casn. vk ixo,
white, 8Hc; May, ST?c; July, 347c.
FIvOL'R Firm; red winter patents, $3.60
474.76; extra fancy and straight, 33.1UO'3.40;
clear, a.504i.75. '
SEED Tlmotny, sieaay st v inui.jo.
CORNMEAL Steady at fLX.
BRAN Firm; sacked, east track, Bitj96c.
HAY Dull; timothy, 16.ai9.iX; prairie.
1 RUN CO I i on I1.VZ.
HEMP TWINE Sc.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; Jobbing,
$16.75. Iard, higher; prime steam. $9.22
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
IS.STt; clear ribs, $9.50; short clears, $9 62).
Bacon steady; ooxea extra snort, i.i.vt;
clear ribs, $10.25; short clear. $10.37H-
POl'l.TR Y Quiet; cnickena, C; springs,
lie: turkevs. l'Uloc; ducka, lie; geese, 8c.
BUTTER Bieaay ; creamery, ituoic;
EUUa Bieaay, nc, ce count.
Flour, bbls.. ,0u0 8,00)
Wheat, bu ST.OuO 17.u
Corn, bu...- 164. ) 8S.00)
Oats, bu 122.GMO 63.UjO
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
F. P. Lewis
CATTLK-r-There was the usual dearth ot
Cattle at the yards today and nothing of
any consequence was doing, .,'hlle tlio re
ceipts have not been as large ae tho ex
cessive run ofjast week, they nevertheless
show an enormous gain over the corre-
I spontling week of last year, ns will be
i noted by a glance at the table ut the head
of this column. With two successive weeks
of such liberal receipts, and ..with othet.
market points suffering: under the. same
oversupply. It Is not Surprising that values
have had a lower tendency. -This tias
transpired in spite of the fact that the .de
mand has been exceedingly good, conse
quent upon an unprecedented demand for
meat products. ...
During the first two days of .the week
beef steers were very free sellers at good
steady to strong prices. On Wednesday It
became apparent that packers, owing to
liberal purchases on the two preceding
days. Were getting pretty well fHled up and
the market showed some signs of weakness
This was followed on Thursday by a break
of fully 10c, and as no Improvement took
place on Friday the market at the close
of the week is generally 10c lower than at
the close of last week on good kinds, with
warmed up and inferior grades l.ec lower
Cows and heifers kept pace with tho,
steer market during the first of the week
that la, the market was active and fully
steady. During the latter half of the week
the proportion of cows and heifers received
waa very large and the market broke un
der the Influence of the large offerlnea In
spite of the very good buying demand.
Today it Is snfe to quote the market for
the week 10fil5c lower on fair to good
kinds, with common and medium grades
During the first half of the week fleshy
feeders were In extremely active demand
and sold at the highest figures of the
season. A good many weighty feeders
that, had more or less corn sold at tS.OO
and up, as hla-h as $5.35 being paid for
some. During the latter part of the week
fewer country buyers were In attendance
at the yards, due possibly to rough and
cold weather keeping them at home. For
the lack of good buying support the market
eased off, the weakness being still further
Increased by a tendency toward sn accumu
lation of cattle In the yards. The. result
was that even the best grades at the close
of the week are lOtfJ-lSo lower-that! the high
time. The light and thin stockers have
suffered worse than heavy cattle, for the
reason that they have been more plentiful,
while the buying demand haa been at no
time very active. Tlrey are In consequence
15f725c lower than Inst week, with the com
mon kinds 2M740c higher.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKKT
Cattle and Sheep Steady Hogs Ten
CHICAGO. Jan. 26. CATTLE Receipt.
300 head; market steady; beeves, $4.15m7.ao;
cows and heifers, $l.tvfi.36; stockers ana
feeders. $2 &o&4.75; Texans, . $3.7iij4.&0;
calves, $6.00018. CO.
HOGS Receipts. 15,000 head; market l"e
higher; mixed and butchers. $A6Mr90;
good heavy. 36.7tVnti.90; rough heavy, $6 6B
6.70; light. $i vt! 86; pigs, $6.05t&.0; bulk
of sales, $6.80(S 85.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,300
head; market steady; sheep, $8.7543i,76j
Kansas City Life Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 26.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. oo head. Including 100 southerns;
market unchanged; choice export and
dressed beef steers, $5.50Jl.r; fair tf good,
$4,251)6.40; western fed steers, $3.75fc6.7ri;
stockers and feeders, $S.00t84.66; southern
steers. $3.2rVii6 25; southern cows. $2.3513 75;
native cows, $22fy&4.35; native heifers, $3.1
4j4. 80; bulls, $3.00414.26; calves, $3.254f7.60.
Receipts for the week, 46,800 head.
HOC.3 Receipts. 4.000 head: lc higher;
top. $8.65; bulk of sales, $.75'(ffi.8214; heavy,
$6.S0((t.86; packers, $6.7Wi6.re; pigs and
light. $5.ent()6.75. Receipts for tho week,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200 head;
market steady; lambs, $6.60ii7.50; ewes and
yearlings, $4.8fyi$.:X; western fed yearlings,
$.0ltfirt60: western fed sheep, $4.7Mj6.7R;
stockers and feeders, $3. 2jj4.2S. Receipts
for the week, 30,000 head.
New York Lire Stork Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 60O head; steady: dressed Deer quiet
at 7fi9 cents for native sides; fancy beef,
CALVES Tl ecelpts, 81 head; steady;
Oood fed calves. $4. Dressed calves weak.
City dressed veal, otfl4c per pound; country
HOGS Receipts, 2,896 head; nominally
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 424 head;
slow with prices shout steady. Medium
sheep, $4.60; medium to good lambs, $i.00g
DESTINY OF THE JAPANESE
Denver Rxplorer gay a Islanders Mast
Colonies Islands and Mar
DENVER. Jan. 26. In A signed article on
"Japan," published In the Denver Time
today. Major William Cooke Daniels, ex
plorer, who recently returned from an ex
pedition In Borneo, says: "A Japanese
Russian entente Is by no means Impossible.
"Japan," Major Daniels says, "must col
orrlxe to fulftlll Its destiny as It sees IL Ths
tropics do not attract Japanese, evert as
possessions, at present. China, or at any
rate a largo part of China, comes first; sn ,
infinitely richer prise than . all the land
north of 10 south latitude and west of 100
east longitude. In good time It will turn
its attention to those lands, excepting the
Philippines, since the slates cannot be
bribed with bits of Chins, nor Mocked by a
European combination snd will not glvg
them up without a struggles
'Java and Sumatra would do Instead, so ;
would Dutch Borneo, with Celebes ndi
Gllolo for pendants, lying In the shadow t ,
Dutch New Guinea.
"England may easily find that an unprofit
able Australia under the British flag Is un ,
necessary to its existence; England may see
that Its safety would be better served by s ,
flourishing Australia tinder the flag of the
Weavers Want a Raise.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 26,-Followlng
the success of the upholstery workers In'
obtaining an 11 per cent Increase In pay,
the Cloth and Dress Weavers' union hag
decided to ask for a 16 per cent Increase.
A committee has been appointed to draft
a formal demand for the increase and this
demand will be sent to the mill owners In
a few days. The Cloth and Dress Weavers
union numbers about 12,000 men, who are
employed In fifty mills. Right mills have
already granted the increase and the others
are expected to follow suit within wsek.
The cotton and woolen goods wearers. It
Is expected, will also make a demand upon
the manufacturer for a 16 per cent in
crease. Other branches of the textile trade
will also follow the lead of the Upholstery
825 4 2S
I 18 1
I II 1
.1173 3 10
LONDON. Jan. 26. WOOL The offerings
at the wool auctoln sales today amounted
to 3.752 bales. Including a good selling of
greasy Merinos. Fine grades were In
spirited demand for all sections. Fine cross-
breds were uncnangea ana low graars were
Irregular. Americans bought croaa-breda
at Is 4Vadfjls 7d. Following are the sale.4
In detail: New South. Wales. 1,300 bales;
scoured, la ldlils IlVd; greasy, IkKyls 4d.
Queensland. 1,100 bales; scoured. Is Vidfrl
1oh1; greasy, 7Hdi(jls 2H4- Victoria, l.mO
bales; greasy, 7utj is di. - south Austra
lla. 1.O0O bales; scoured, Is 3Vkd; greasy.
8rtd'9'ls md. West Australia. 2.000 bales;
sco urea, ldis i-4a; greasy, uitiis 10. -New
Zealand, 1.0"0 bales; greasy, Sl als 3d. Cape
of Good Hope and Natal, 600 hales; scoured,
la Vdi2e gd; greasy, 71 ld. The ar
rivals of wool for the second aerlea of
sales amount to 112.0U0 balea. Including
8'i.kiO balea forwarded direct to aplnners.
The importa for the week were: New South
Walea. 16.426 bales; Queensland, 6.&U0 bales;
Victoria. B.2U0 bales: South Australia, 2.100
bales; New Zealand, B.SoO balea; various,
BT. LOUIS. Ma, Jan. 28. WOOL Steady ;
medium grades, combing and clothing, 24
:3V: light fine. 3p'23c;. heavy fine, lta
luo wasnea, vo.
St. Louis Lire Stack Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 26. CATTLE Receipts,
1,600 head, Including 1.200 Texans; -market
stefldy; native shipping and export steers.
$5.4of(f'7.60; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4.1iw6.50; steers under l.otJO ins., X3.7Dinn.ra;
stockers and feeders. $2.0lKfi4.60: cows snd
heifers, $2.B04jf. 26; canners, $1.75r2.35; bulls,
$21ooi3.76; calves,' $3.6tXq.26; Texas and In
dian steers, .$2.50i6.50; cows and heifers,
HOGB Keceipts, 6,ii neaci; 10c nigner;
lgs and lights, $6.66'a6.75; packers. .Wii
Kit; butchers and best heavy, $.7bfiV?rr4.
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale.
glonx City Live Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY. Jan. 26.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) CATTLB-Receipts 3o0 head; mar
ket steady; beeves, $4 fMlfi.26; cows and
heifers, $3.004. So; stockers and feeders,
$3."(i4 So; calves and yearlings, $2.6ii3 76.
HOtJS Heceipis, t.vuu neaa; market
higher: selling at $t.5o"a4.75; bulk of Sales,
Bt. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JO8EPH, Jan. 26 CATTLE1 Re
ceipts, 297 head; market steady; natives,
$4.5ot'rM.75; stockers- and feeders, $3.2tyii4.60.
HOGS Receipts, 3,211 head;, market 5tH0c
higher; ton, $ 7o-u.82r1; pigs, $6.5ifdS.oO; bulk
of sales. $6.706.80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS No receipts.
Stock In Sight
Receipts of live stock st the six prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 104 6.27 1,341
Sioux City Bl 4,700
Kansas City 4,ono aoo
t. Joseph 27 3,211 ......
St. Louis -..-...... I,6o0 6,(M
Chicago 300 16.000 1,300
Total 3,101 37,193 2,844
Antelopes for Bonthveeat.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 26.-A dispatch
from Los Angeles this morning aaya tha
southwestern deserts and the forest re
serves of this region are to be restocked
with antelope, to be brought from Africa.
Private capital has already been secured
for the purpose, snd the project. It Is
stated. Is already under way. It is Intended
to secure a species of antelope that thrives
In the hot desert region and are able to
live a long way from water. In former
days antelope were numerous In southern
St. lonls Police Shakenp.
ST. LOITI8. Jan. 26, After an all-nlsht
session of the Board of Police Commission
era announcement was made by the secre
tary that Chief of Detectives William Des
mond had been reduced to a lieutenant of
police and J. H. Smith, recently reappointed
to tne ponce inrce as a captain, una Dcen
made chief of detectives. Desmond had
been head of the detective bureau for six
teen years. Desmond's reduction was the
result of a general shakeup In the depart
ment and no specific charges of any kind
were preferred against him.
Jockey and Trainer Rnled Off.
LOS ANGELES, Cel., Jan. 26.-Jockey
Kent snd Trainer Morton, connected with
the . stable .of . Joe. Cooper at Ascot Psrk,
have been ruled off the turf for ' fraud
In connection with the running of the horse
.Round Dance In s race on January g.
From all accounts the evidence shows that
Kent was the real owner of Round Dance,
which won at a long price, while Kent
rode- the favorite, Susannah, which fin
ished third. Kent denies that he owned
ftKAI. BSTATH TRANSFERS.
Heirs of Harriet Lovls to Franklin
Benchor, lots 19 and 22, Kountxe's ,
"A" add $ 160
Fannie Wilson and husband to Tho
Franklin Realty Co., lot 3, A. P.
Tukey's re-plat of block. 2, Bemls Park . 1
John Muckley to August Clive, lot (,
block 6S4. Bedford Place 3K
S. B. Rowley and wife to Osear Tal
ent t, lots 1 to 18, block 2, Mayns A
Riley s sub 400
The Westland Realty Co. to The South
Omaha and Western Railroad Co.,
tract In 32-16-13 S
Mary Anna Joerger and husband to
Frank W. Carmlchael, lot 11, block '
6, Lincoln place BOQ
James W. Hamilton and wife to Elisa
beth Burgess, lots 1 and 1 and north
LH feet lots 23 and 24, block 3, Reed's
Fifth add 6,000
.. too 1 71
HOGS Opened close to loc higher this
mornlrg, the early sales being right at
$6.70. with a sprinkling at $ii.724 and a top
as high aa $6.77,. The market waa not
particularly active at the advance, but still
the hogs kept selling and a considerable
proportion of the recelpta had changed
hands within a comparatively short time.
By the time half or two-thirds of the hugs
had sold advices from other selling points
indicated a lower close and buyers here
suddenly came to the conclusion that they
did not want the hogs at such high prices.
The trade came to a sudden standstill and
from that time on It wa hard work to get
ove- $6.66 for anything. In other word,
good share of the early advance was lost.
. -Thi hog market this week hss been very
erratic and prices have swung back snd
forth with surprising rapidity, but the gen
eral tendency has been sharply upward.
Thus on Monday tha prices on an averaxe
were about 6c higher, hut this advance wag
lost on Tuesday and still more on Wednes
day, the hgs that day seuing at the low
point of the week, or "Vic lower than on
Monday. Thursday s market was a shads
higher and Friday's market I24je higher.
The advance today leavea the market fully
2nc higher than It waa at the close of last
week. That Is not all. hogs sold today at
the highest point touched since May 3, 1903.
a, A. Ba. FT. No.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. -COTTON Spot
closed quiet: middling upland, 11.00c; mid
dling gulf. 11 35c; no sales.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 26.-COTTON-Bpot.
moderate business done; prices unchanged;
American middling, i.90d. The aalea of the
day were 7,o balea. of which Din were fr
speculation and export, and included i,70
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. M.-COTTON-Spot
closed rirm; low ordinary. 41-1':
ordinsry, 7 1-loc; good ordinary. IWc; low
middling, 9S: middling. Wc; good mid
dling. llHc; middling fair. 12 6-lc; salea,
$. bales; receipts. 11,46 bales; stock.
34 957 bales.
8T LOUIS. Jan. M.-COTTON-Qulet:
middling. UHc; sales, 160 bales; receipts
HP hales; shlpinapu, I bale; stock, 30,1.3
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market for future delivery is
said to ba steadier, but the spot situation
appears somewhat unsettled, as the hold
ers were willing to pae. Prime are
quoted at V4,c; choice, o"iK4c; fancy, 9c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are steadier on spot, owing to the weed
ing out of the less firmly held supplies end
In sympathy with strong advices from the
coast. Quotations range from ttWc for
California fruit. Oregon 60s to 40s are
quoted at 7'uhc. Apricots are firmer, owing
to light supplies, with choice quoted at lxc;
extra choice. 18H5i'19c: fancy. lWJOc.
Peaches also are firm, with choice quoted
at llT12Vc: extra choice, 12i&'13Vc; fancy,
U''frl4c. Raisins are unchanged, with looae
Muscatel quoted at 8419c; seeded raisins,
7trKc; London layers, 31.4&31.65.
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK Jsn. 28.-OILS Cottonseed, 1
Irregular; crude, f. o. b., mills, 87c bid;
crude yellow, 4CHc. nominal. Petroleum,
steady; refined New York. $7.70; Philadel
phia and Baltimore, $7.70; Boaton, $7.60.
Turpentine, steady at 73Hc.
ROSIN Steady ; strained, common to
OIL CITY. Pa., Jan. 26.-OIL-Credlt bal
ances, $1.58; runa, 106,730 bbls.; average,
107.407 bbls.; shipments, 161, XS4 bbls.; aver
age, 149.580 bbls.
SAVANNAH, oa., Jan. . oil, Turpen
tine, firm at 70c.
ROSIN Firm; stock, 74.117 bbls.; quota
tions: A. B. C. D. E. $4.00tg4.10; F, $4 Kr
4 16; G, $1.15'r4 26; H. $4.$o; I, $4 60; K, $6.00
&6.16; M. e6.26fil.40; N, $6.00; W O, $ti.2f
B.50; W W, $660.
lagar nnd Molasses.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. SUGAR Raw,
steady; fair refining. 2 3)-32c; centrifugal,
9S test, 8 15-32c. Molasses sugar. 2 23-3?".
Refined, steady; No. 6. 4.30c; No. 7. 4.26.:;
No. B. 4.30c; No. B, 4.15c: No. 10. 4.06c; No.
11. 4.00c; No. 12, 3.95c; No. 13. 3.90c; No. 14.
8.8Se; confectioners' A. 4 66c; mould A. 6.1Be;
cut loaf and crushed. 6 5oc ; powdered, 4.9uc;
granulated. 4.80c; cubes, 6.0Sc.
MOLAPSES Stesdy ; New Orleans open
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 26. SUGAR.
Steady; centrifugal white, 4 S-ltva44c; cen
trifugal yellow, 3V(l4c: seconds, ' VVSt
4 41 S
FREE MONEY MAP or
Only correct and ttj4oiAt top fiVa4A B
tart nee. Compllm. by our own tngiDBMrs trom V. A.
Gvrament urvy and otbr ol-Wil dsvtnv. 0bo
all th sitting, urvX44 and profoatd Uro44a 1b
WtTfla. ' Mrm iot loctio4Q- of all mlnlo oaata,
with th production of Men, bo that ?ou van aaallf
find tha tnlnea that ar
Tangled in the Trail of Wtalth
Wrtta today for a fro popf of our WMkly marttat
letter, which Is making; our ellooU tha boat aat4
mining tnvcatora 1q tha world.
THE- R. L. BERNIER COMPANY
35 Kixdn Building S10 Security Building
Ouldfitld, Kev. - - Vhirayo, 111. ,
. Addreee Chicago Office tor. Qulok Its lies.
I WILL BUY
100 Hubtera Elliott'
8(10 Lucanta Tunnell
1000 Aurora Conaolldsted
tl0 Ooldfleld Hub
200 Mogul Mining
I WILL SELL
800 Pioneer A leak a
IIKiO Gold Coming Natloa
1000 ral. A N. Y. Oil
80110 Tacoma. fa. .
me oiote b, h.
loot MenJiettaa Neesea
NEW TORK. Jan. M -METALS Market
was quiet, sa usual in the absence of Lon
don rabies, but prices were well maintained.
Tin was quoted at $41 7fy?j42 00. . Copper con
tinues firm, with lake quoted at $24.7h3
56 : electrolytic, T-S 34K!4 87H : casting.
t'l'Jfi-g-rt To. Lead was unchanged at $6.00
trt '. Spelter. $.7fi 80.
ST. LOl'ia, Mo., Jan. Jo ME7TAL8 Lead,
firm st $4.10. Spelter, steady st $fi D&4f.7H,.
Minneapolis drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. $6. WH EAT May.
BOK&oWc; July. klV6lc; September. 704
lose; Not 1 hard. Wc; No. 1 .virthern,
tlc; No. 3 northern, 8Wtj4)lc; No. $ north
BRAN-Jn built. $16.60m.78
NEW YORK. Jan. M "OFFE-Market
for futurea opened ateady at unchanged
prices to a decline of a points under scat
terms llnuidatlon and featureless cabks.
but offerings were very light snd the mar
ket rallied during the later trading on bull
support tf lbs near positions, with th
180 Raumea Copper - '
lone Empire Gold
iwjo Hills. Jerome Cop.
80U Canadian Mart-onl
BOOH Alice Wonder
8SM Cnlealel too per
touo Bullfrog Keyetane'
' moo Rlrtileld Mining
loot Ort. Wee'ern Oold
lnoo Bldweil Ktertrte
teeo Vr4e Oraade
Swift Md. Too. A O'Bel
low Peno wjfo. Copper
AND MANY OTHERS.' IBNU gOB List
C. F. SESINGER,
OSAlZa lt TJaTXISTalD CUm1
03, .406, 407 Worth Amertean BIO-.
VbRadelpbia, Fa. Establlahed iTst
AN IDBAL INVESTflENT Poll
Let us tfll you about It
LEWIS a CO.,
Department A. L.
80 3tOADWAT, raw YOB3C
BtepreseatatlTes Was tea
W. Farnani Smith & Co,
1320 Farnam St.. Tel. Douglas 104-3
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