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    THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1907.
i
a niarsei looay, being especially
. tm trie coin, grain plU. Wheat
V early, due to selling by longs
IorJn and sold considerably
yesterday's close. It finned I
on- good cssu aituallou and
f short.
Y
MAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Gai.cral ttranr Toot Boot Through th
Xntir. List
MOST EVIDENT ' IN COARSE CEREALS
a Demand far Oat aad Cara la
Uaad aad Optloaa Ara Aatlve
harts Ara BaytaaT Hay
Wacat.
OMAHA, Jan. 30, 1904.
Oer.eral strength pervaded tha entlr
evident in
wu aaay
on resting
lower than
up, however.
buying by
Ko reign markets were' somewhat lower
on wheat. Weather la very cold through
out the west, with extreme temperatures
extending Into the winter . wheat bait,
where there la little. If any, snow protec
lion. Tha sample demand, as well as option
demand, on coarse grains was good, and
ceeh prices were belter. Option prices
nosed higher alter a gradual advance ail
day.
Argentina news was bullish, Buenos
Ayres reporting that drouth and locusts
continue to damage the corn crop.
Primary wheat receipts were auo.uuo bush
els and shipments 16i.0o0 bushels, against
receipts last ear of 474.0UO bushels and
shipments of 2U.O00 bushels. Corn receipts
were 1,267.000 bushels and shipments (ft.t0
bushels, against receipts last year of 7S9.1A)
bushels and shipments of 4O3.0U) bushels.
Clearances were 448. 700 bushels wheat, 39,
000 bushels corn, 38. WO bushels oats and
Hour aud wheat equal to 12,000 buahels.
Liverpool closed Ved lower on wheat and
Srty'ad nlgher on corn.
Russia la buying American wheat. This
was announced late last night in a preee
cable from Bt. Petersburg, which says:
"On account of the failure of the lotal
wheat crop Russia this year will be a
purchaser of American wheat and the first
shipload will arrive soon at Riga, from
London, on lis way to Rybinsk. The price
on the Russian market probably will be
11 It a bushel, which Is seven cents under
the local price. Other rargoes of wheat
have been ordered for delivery at St.
Petersburg as soon as navigation opens
In tha SDrlns."
One of the largest millers In Minneapolis
ssys he naa a wire irom Mew lorn in if
morning saying flour stocks there ara about
tha lowest ever known this time or the
year. Pittsburg wlrea the same and says
they expect a big flour trade one of these
day a
Iocal rang ot options: -Articles.
I Open. I Hlgh. Low. I Close. Yes'y.
firsts, ate; extras, 27c.
eoc
Cheeae, steady, lfrj
Wheat I III
May... T14R AHA TUR T1A 714.8
July... 70B 79 B 70 B 70HB 70A
Corn
May... 41HBI 41SB 1HB 414B 41HB
July... 404, B 40HB 40HB 4B 40HH
Sept... 41VB 414B tlB 4'HB 41VeB
Oats I -
May... afifll THA TR S7KA tKB
July... tiB S3B ttB 83B 83A
KEW YORK CESKRAL MARKET
OaetatUa, at Ike Day Varleae
Caaaaaadltlea.
NEW YORK. Jan. Sh-FLOUR Receipts,
15.9J0 bbls.; exports. 16.277 bbls ; msrket firm
but dull; winter patents. S3, rod 3. 86; winter
Btrsightn, S3.4t)f.60; Minnesota patents.
Ml"; winter extras, US "5(3 00; Minne
sota bakers, S3..Vu3 75; winter low grades,
$2 7082.90. Rye flour, firm: fslr to good,
$3 o9 0; cholre to fsncy. $3,8644 So. Buck
wheat flour, quiet; tll'(ii20.
BUCKWHEAT Nominal, $1 25 Pr 100 lbs.
CORN MEAL Firm; fine white and yel
low, Sl.U4ji.20; coarso, $1.06fn.l0; kiln dried,
WHEAT-Receipts, eS.COO bu.: exports,
1.027 bu.; spot market flrm; No. red. .IS
elevator and 83Vc f. o. b. afloat; NO 1
fiArlharn tluliifh . t O. b. afloatl NO.
1 hard winter, Te, f. o. b. afloat With
the help of a stronger corn marxei
wheat was more active and firmer to
day, closing ,g';4c net higher. Light
receipts, fair clearances, damage re
ports from Nebraska and covering also had
an Influence. Mar. 84 S-lOfraAc; closed
lb" riilv K.rri.f;uo - closed. e4Hc.
CORN-RecelDts. 96.750 bu.; exports, S6.79S
bu.; snot market flrm; No. 3. 56Hc, elevator,
and 61Ve. f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow, mv
No. t white, 62c. Options were stronger
on bullish Argentine crop news and light
farm nfTerlnse. It cosed So net higher.
January closed MV4jc; May, 63fc3,c;
rloaed Uitr: Julv closed 6260.
OATS Receipts, 29,000 bu.; exports, 23.320
bu.; spot market strong; mixed oats, SlVt
32 rounds. 4?: cllDDed whits. 3tH0 pounds.
4346c; natural white, Sty 33 pounds, 439
44W.
FEED Quiet; sprint; bran. 123.60, Janu
ary shipment; middling, $22.60, January
shipment.
HAT Dull: shipping, T5S6c! good to
choice, ll.06471.lo.
MOPft Stead v: stats, common to choice,
1308 crop. InroQSc: 1906 crop, Rtnic; Paclflo
coast. 1916 crop. 1316c; let crop, lOtflSo.
Hinr.8-Stead v: Oalvestan. 20 to 26 lbs.
10c; California, 21 to 26 lbs.. So; Texas dry.
24 to SO lbs., 19c.
t.tr atiivfl flteariv: acid. 7Ufi29c.
PROVI8ION8 Beef, firm: family, flSOn
15 RO; mess, 19 0St RO; beef hams, ta.bvfr
26.00: packet, Ill.OfuSllOO; city extra India
him taoaaoo. Cut meats, flrm; pick
led bellies, U0.0f"lX0O; pickled nams, in.au
611.76. Ird. firmer: western prime, $9.75;
refined, firm; compound, 845ii?-; con
tinent, $10.10; Bouth America, 110.76. Prk.
firm; family. r: short clear, 17.5n9
l no; mess, $17718.60.
TALLOW Steady; city, 1-lUc; country.
"mi1Hc.
RICPJ Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
siirmv.
BtTTTER Firm; street price, extra
creamery. Km33c Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra. 22fif33c; held, com
mon to extra, lftyCSHc; western fsctory,
common to first , ITVfiCln: western Imita
tion creamery, extras, Nf3c; firsts, 21 1
rnnvatft. common to extra, ltvil 24o.
CHEEiSE Steady: state full cream, small
and large September fsncy. HHc; state,
October best. 13WS14c; good to prime. 12Hr
13c; wlhter made, average beat, 12c; In
ferior. 11(?1 Sc.
EOO Firm: state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, S1&.12C; choice,
ZMjOOc; mixed extra, 2Sfi2Se: western flnrts,
XV4(8XHc; official price firsts, 25 Vic; seconds.
24H1j25c.
POULTRY Live, quiet; chickens, lOe;
fowls, lpyc: turkeve ISo. Dressed, essy;
western broilers, lSgOSc; turkeys, 14nno;
fowls, 814Ha .
A asked. B bid.
Osaaha
WHUAT-Na t
hard, WuOc; No.
spring, cVu.Otoc,
Cash Prleea.
hard. WViSc; No.
4 hard, Kj'obVko; No.
nc; No. 4. l&SWio;
riHo; No. I while, tsVi
No. I
No. I yellow, iTii
j39c.
OATS No. t mixed. MWnc:
white, KVijc; No 4 white, 436c
R V E No. 1 6c; No. , 67 He.
Carlot ReeelBtB.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago ..
Kansas City ...
Minneapolis ..,
Omaha
Duluih ..u
8L Louis
1
.. 44
..150
.. 11
.. I
.. 42
V
K
ioi
147
f In t
' mldc
J the
4l
7
CHICAGO GRAIN AMD PROVISIONS
Features ! the Tradlaaj d CloslaaT
Prices em Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. SO. Small receipts In the
northwest and the prospect that the
weather will delay an increased movement
caused a strong tone today In the local
wheat market. At the close wheat for May
delivery was up Corn was Mrtso
higher. Oats gained bc- Provisions were
luUV to 4?Ho Higher.
T.aolns In the wheat Pit was quiet early
the day. but became active about the
middle of the session and continued so until
close. Throughout the day the prin-
cmal demand came from shorts, although
commission houses also bought freely. A
decline at Liverpool, which depressed prices
somewhat early tha day. was completely
offset by the small northwestern receipts
snd cold and stormy weather throughout
Minnesota and the Dakota. In the south
west, where the fall sown crop Is said to
be unprotected, much lower temperatures
were recorded and the official forecast was
for still colder weather. Late In tha day
tha market was further strengthened by re
ports wi.ich asserted that flour stocks in
tha east are very low. The market dosed
strong, with prices near the highest point
of tha day. May wheat opened He lower
to a shade higher, at 7 Ho to 7bWi4c, ad
vanced to 1a and clqsed at ,KV,'tfe.
Clearances Of wheat and flour were equal
to (J8.0UO bushels. Primary receipts were
301, Ouo bushels, against 474.000 bushels for
the same day last year. Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported receipts ot 1&
cars, against lxa cars last week and M
cara a vear M&
News from Argentina was tha controlling
factor in tha corn market. It being claimed
that the crop of that Country has been
damaged by dry, hot weather. These re
port caused active covering by shorts and
imnarted considerable strength to the mar
kct Selling was scattered and mainly by
local longs. The market closed strong. May
opened unchanged to a shade lower, at 4t3
. ." . . . ... i j & n . .? a f
4tVo and closed at 4H4j4o. LcTi
celpts were W6 cars, .with 1 of contract
aradi.
Oats were strong; all day. with the chief
cause of I ha strength being a lively de
mand for cash oats by shippers. Offerings
war light May oiened He higher, at
SMtc, advanced to fcc and closed at the
hlsiieat point. Local receipts were 131 cars.
Tradlna In oro visions was unusually
active and the tons of the market was
strong. Despite a 6c decline In the price of
live hogs the market openea nrra ana as
the trading progressed gained strength.
The Durchaaa of l.OuO.000 nounds of lib
credited to a local packer, gave a strong
lmuetus to the uoward trend of prices. At
the close May Dork was UD 42V4C.
117 17U. Ird was ud 10ul2Hc. at li 77U
so. Ribs were 17Vw'J0o higher, at t.ui
1 L'U.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
cars; corn, to. cars; oats, 121 cars; hogs.
r,0t0 bead. .
ilia leading futures ranged as follows
St. Loals Geaeral Market.
ST. LOHR Jan. JO WHEAT Futures,
higher; cash, weak; track. No. t red, cash,
VWtttc; No. t hard. 78W76HC; May, 77V4
77Sc; July, nS,1to.
CORN Higher; track. No t cash. 43Hc;
No. 1 white. 44c; May. 444c; July, 44Hc.
OATS Higher: track. No. I cash, 38c; No.
1 white, Hc: May, 8814c; July, S6Vc.
FIUR Steady. Red winter patents.
P flr3.75; extra fancy and straight, S3.1&9
t.4R: clear, K.8fvS4.85.
SEED Timothy, steady at H604.00,
CORNMEAL Steady at t2.M.
BRAN Sacked, east track. 9rV946c
HAY Dull; Umothy, S16.00&1.00; prairla,
111 0OlS.00.
IRON COTTON TIES-tl.OL
BAOOING-9HC ,
HEMP TWINE sc. '
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; Jobbing,
rl7.1S. Lard, higher: prime steamed. 9.y74
Dry salt meats, steady: boxed extra shorts,
S9.2H: clear ribs. 19.75: short clear, 19 87V4.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra snort,
clear ribs, fio.fin; snort clear, llo.Ks.
POULTRY Weak ; chickens. springs,
lie; turkeys, lS13c; ducks. He; geese. tHo.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, 27ar33Mic;
dairy, 21P27C. v
EK8 Steady at 21 We.
Tha receipts and shipments of flour and
NEW YORI STOCKS ASDBOSDS
Aontt teprsnion DTlpg farly ii th
EtmoD.
OCCASIONAL RALLIES DURING DAY
Deaaaad riatteas Owt with Back Rise
aad Deellae Fellews Close Is
lasettled aad Disorderly.
NEW YORK. Jan. SO. Acuta depression
developed In the stork market tonay and
the fall In prices took on threatening pro
portions In ths late trading. An appearance
of support was given the market In the
early part of the day and several succes
sive rallies were msde from the occasional
declines. These rellles carried prices more
than once back to the opening high level
or above, but at the higher level of prices
the demand for stocks flattened out com
pletely, giving warning of the lack of any
motive power In the market to effect an
advance.
The high opening seemed to be due largely
to the Influence of the favorable quarterly
statement of earnings of the United States
Steel corporation, which was not published
until after the close of yesterday's market.
Any expectation of an Increase in the divi
dend rate had been abandoned before the
meetlns-. The Informal remarks on condi
tions In the trads by the chairman of the
board of directors of the corporation and
his explanation that the orders ahead were
not subject to cancellation, as was formerly
the custom, tended to emphasise the force 1
of the showing. The opening advance of
44 In the price of the stock immediately at
tracted such a pressure of selling orders
as effectually demonstrated that eager ad
vantage was taken of the stimulating effect
of the report to market large holdings.
The first price was the highest of the day
and, although the stock showed occasional
resistance to the pressure on tha general
market. Its failure to advance was con
clusive In shaping sentiment on the whole
market. The Idle condition of the trading
st the rallies was apparently allowed to
work its impression on sentiment and the
bears collected their forces for renewed
attack on the market. Successful inroads
were made st first on a few prominent
stocks, notably Pennsylvsnla. Erie and
Reading. The yielding tendency or tne
stocks affected the whole market by sym
pathy and the weakness spread as the
domlnancy of the bear party became
obvioua The whole market was under
mined untlmately and the crumbling of
prices wiped out margins, dislodged stop-
loss orders and brought stocks on tne mar
ket In a deluge. There was no special
news to aocount for the break behind the
cumulative Influenos of the forebodlnrs
which are felt of coming Industrial and
business reaction. The extent of the ac
count on the long side of the market was
unexpected and assumptions of strength
of these holdings were proved unfounded
by their vulnerability to the bear attacks.
A variety of rumors Inevitably found cur
rency by ' reason of the violence of the
break and some of these revealed the ac
tivity of the bears In aggravating the un
easiness of stockholders. Reports were
current that some of the recent rairoad note
Issues were being sold at sacrifices to
realise funds. Then It was alleged that
the whole of the 142.000.000 of government
funds last deposited with the national
banks wss to lie taken up In February In
stead of the tl2.000.ap0 defined by the Treas
ury department. The trading tactics of
the bears left a short Interest to be covered
at the last and this was the cause of the
feverish rallies. Otherwise the market
closed unsettled and In disorder.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par
value. 11,674. 000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
The following was the range of prices on
the New York stock exchange: .
alas. Hiss. law. Cloea.
point. The market finished with an un
certain tone Japanese Imperial of XM
closed at ItCS-
BERLIN, Jan. SO Prices on the Bourse
today opened with a general advance,
but later became quieter.
PARIS, Jan. SO. Prices were strong on
the Bourse todsy. Rusalan Imperial 6s
closed at 76.76 and Russian bonds of 1904 at
4W.00.
Xew York Money Market.
NEW TORK, Jan. 0.-MONET-On call,
easier, 2Wb3t per cent; ruling rste. 2 per
cent; closing bid, 1 per cent: offered, 2H
per cent. Time leans harder and dull;
sixty days, par cent; ninety dsys, 64,
ftf'S per cent; six months, 64 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PA PER-6fj6
per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak, with sc
tual business in bankers' bills st 64 8 48i9
4848S for demand, and at t4.80S0'S4 . for
sixty day bllisr posted rates. 64 8a4.82Vi
anil 14 8;ji4.tW: commercial bills, M.V
SILVER Bar, C7c; Mexican dollars,
62Hc.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
heavy.
Closing quotations on bpnds.were as
follows:
V. rat. la. rf....1' tJapas . M Mr....
4a eevpen
0. g. U. rag.
4o eousos .
C. t. old 4a. rag...
.If
.lot
1M
.11
...1l
....!?
...U
..... n
....to
....10114
.... W4
4s.
....let
4m 4a, etfa.
a t eerlee
4o 4. nit
L. a N. sal. 4a
Maahat. a. (nl4 4a.
Max. Cant. 4s
do let lac
Mln. St. U 4a....
M . K. A T. 4,....
do Ida
N R. of M. a. 4a.
M. T. O. ss. .
I.
at
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Yes
aw heat
May
July
PepU
C t 11
Jan.
May
July
61.
Ona
Jan.
May
July
Sept.
Poik
May
July
Lard
May July
8Ht.
it lbs
May July
I
pstSTs-i
77V
T71l
43
464J 414!
46
aSWCSl
16 60
17 16
t 66
72,'
47Vd
t 67 Wl
78S1
7fS
43
H4j!
3e
3RV
9h
,1
T7V 7H
77S 78 n
43 j ill
44 46H.&
46! 4
W4el
s&W.Xfcwwj
MS.
grain were:
Flour, bbls..
Wheat, bu..
Corn. bu....
Oats, bu
Receipts.
.. S.ono
...4J.0OO
..148.000
..128,000
Shipments.
16.000
S?.000
14,000
115.000
Kaasas City Grata aad Provlaloaa.
KANSAS CIT.Y. Jan. SO. WHEAT May.
T2c; July, 724o; September, 72c. Cash: No.
rmrd. TlwuVbc; no. I, biiiK; MO.. I red.
7Va"c: No. t 6W674C.
CORN May, 4iHc: July, 41T4e: September.
4?Sc. Cash; No. mixed. SaSS-Wo; No. 3,
SHc; No, t white, 41641c.
OATS No, 2 white, 88c; No. S mixed. 37
ITVkc.
k Y e steady, sugajac
HAY Steady; choice timothy, n6.5061o.00:
choice prairie, Jil.60gii2.Ou.
BUTTER Creamery. 31c; packing. 18Mc.
EGGS Vsc highar: firsts. 23Hc: seconds.
20c.
Tha receipts and shipments of grain
were:
Wheat, bu.
Corn, bu...
Oats, bu....
Receipts. Shipments.
44. too 47,000
89.0i 37.iO
17.000 14. QUO
Board of Trade Quotations for Kansas
City delivery. The range of prices, as re
ported by Dogan Bryan, 113 Board of
Trsde building, waa.
Artlclea
I Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Close.
Wheat-
May
July
Corn
May July
May
July
T?V 7Ii
71 12
41H 41
41 42
408 41
416 419
72VI
;nfirt.
41941
72
41
41
40fi 4041B
4i 41 A
41
41 l
B Bid. A Asked.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, Jan. SO. CORN Higher ; No. I
yellow and No. S, 41c; No. 4, 40c.
OATS Higher; No. 2 white. Sac; No. S
whits. S7c: No. 4 white. 6e.
RYE Firm; No. t, 664jc.
WHI8KY-On the basis of U.S for fin
ished goods.
17 R 14 80
17 (5 1 17 16
8W4, 66
S 87V t
62
7l
S47
I 66
7H
77
77
42
46
43
a
s
3i
17 171 1 76
17 t; l w
t 80 I S 47
S2! 6 T
K tj
1461 sv
No. S.
Caah quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, U.24
3 60: straights, 63 00x1125; spring patents.
tiTooiW; straights, 6X1041.60. bakera U.Axi
I HO
WHEAT No. spring, 7Sc; No. S, TM
; No. S red. 74ft74,c
CORN No l 44u; No. I yellow. 44c,
OATS No. t S6c; No. I while, 3ao; No.
S white. ri6o. .
RTE No. L Z0.
IMKLKY Fair to choice malting, 610560.
8KDs-N. 1 flex. $11. No. 1 north
aesirrn, 1 23 Timothy pnma, 6460.
Clover, contract grades. 31186.
PROVISIONS Short ribs sides (loose),
fS.37ha:. Mtas pork, per bbl.. llli;
Lard, per 10 Iba, ISai. Bhort dear slcWa
(btxed). H.nv .a2.
KuuowUig were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
ttaretpia shipments.
i
" flour, bbls m.-oj ,fcO
Wheat, bu U.VO f4)
A Com, bu a,0i S76.KI0
Oata. bu. E4 4)
cs-f Rye. bu..... ' 3i0u
1 Barley, bw.. 1U.6ui 14.JUU
' Oa the Produce exchsnge today the but
ter market waa flrm: creameries, titiaiwc:
at ma-k.
Sua; prime
dairies. Ml sac.
caaas inrlmlsd.
ll. strong;
b.4',o; Arsis,
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. VH EAT Spot
strong; No. 2 red western winter, 6s Id;
futures steady; March, 6s 6d; May, 6s
4d; January, 6s. IStd.
CORN 43pot flrm; American mixed new,
4a 6d: American mixed old, 4a d; futures
steady; January. 4s 2d; March, 4s 2.
Mllwaakee Grala tlnskvt.
MILWAUKEE Jan, SO. WHEAT No. 1
northern, tlttic; No. 3 northsrn, 76alo;
Msy. 7KMj'c bid.
0RN-No. I cash, 42e42Hci May, 46
fj4Sc asked. : I
RYE No. 1. 6'oSc
BARLEY No. 1 6ao; sample, 47667c,
Philadelphia Prwdaea Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. SO BUTTER.
Fair, good demand; fair western cream
ery. SkJiiSc.
EGO 8 Firm, good demand; fresh, 6o
at mark.
CHEJCSE Unchanged; New Tork' full
Sreanitaies, 13VWlc. '
Dalatk Grala Market.
DULUTH. Jan. SO. WH EAT On track
No. 1 northern. bzo; No. 3 northern, fcvo;
May snd July, (lc; September, 7rc.
lATU To arrive, 37c.
RYE .
BARLEY SWja
Mlaaeapalls Grata Market.
MINNE-.POUS. Jan SO. WHEAT Mav,
suvc; July, glelc; September, 74
giic; ro. 1 nara. c; xso. 1 northern,
33 c; No. S northern, al&41c; No. I
northern, iieimc.
BRAN In bulk. $14 Soei.7B.
Adasu Euieaa
AatalaasiateS Copper ....
American Car and Poundry
do pfd
Amar. Cotton Oil
do pfd
Amer. Bipreee
Amar. Hlda A leather pfd
Amar. Ina Saenrttlaa
Amar. Llnaaad OIL.
do pfd
Amar. Locomotive
da pfd
Amar. Smalllng 4 Ret....
do pfd
Amar. Sugar s,eflntns
Amar. Toherco ,p(A (If a...
Anaraeoa Mining Co
do pfd
Atchlaoa 1
Atlantic Coast Una
BaUlmora A Ohio
do pfd
Brooklrn Rapid Tranilt....
Canadian Fadtc
Cantrai of N Jaraay....
Chaaapaaka Ohio
Chtca Oraat Waatara
Chicago A Nnrthweatara..
C . at. A Bt. Paul
Chlcaco Tarmlnal A Trans.
do pfd
C. C. C. A Bt. Loula....
Colorado Pual and Iran...
Colorado A Southern
da lat pfd
do Id pfd
Consolidated Oas
Corn Product rfg
do pfd rff
Palawan A Hudaoa
Dal., lock. A Waaler. ..
Denver A Rio Oranda
do pfd
Dtetlllrra Securities
Erla
do lat pfd
do Id. pfd
Oeaaral Blertrta
Hocklof Valler. eflarad....
Illlnola Cenu-al
Inur. Paper
do pfd
Intar. Pump
da pfd
Iowa Cantrai
ae pfd
Kanaaa City southern
da pfd
Louisville A NeahTlUe...,
Maxlaan Central
Winn. A Bt. Louts
laa, St. P. A i. g. M.
do pfd
Mlasouri Pacific
at . K. A Texas
P4
National Laad
M. R. R. at Mexico pfd..,
New Tork Central
N. T. Ont. A Waatam...,
Norfolk A Westers
pfd
North Americas
Paclne Mall
Peanerlvaala
People' a Oas
Plila, C, 0. A Bt, L...
Preaaed Blaal Car
do pfd
Pallmaa Palace Car
Readme
do let pfd
do Id pfd
Republic Blaal
do pld
Rock laland Oa
da pfd
k k t I. f. M pfd
Bt. Louis Boulheaatars...
do p'd
outoera Pacise
da pfd
Southern Railway
da pfd
Tenncceeo Coal and Ires..
Texas A Pact ha
Tel.. Bt. L. A Waatara...
do pfd
Vnloa PaclBo
do pfd
V. B. Riaeaas
U. B. Raaltr
II. 8. Rubber
do pld
r. A Steel
do pld
VlrftBta-Carsltae Chemical.
so pfd
Webeeh
da pfd
Welle-Parso Cipraaa
Wtellnssouae Klactris ..
Waeterm t'nlos ..
Wheeling a Lake Brta....
Wlacoasla Central
do pfd
Northers Pactaa
Casual Leather
do pfd
Bloaa-BbaaeM
Oraat Nonhera pfd
latarhoroush Mauopalltaa.
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Cottea Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. SO. COTTON 8 pot,
steady: iniddlltig uiands. - 11c; middling
gulf. 11 c; sales, 600 balea
LIVERPOOL, Jan. at COTTON Spot
good business oons; prices one pulnt lower;
American mldilllng fair. 4.7ud; good mid
dling, 614d; middling, 4 91x1; low middling,
IM; ordinary, 6.34d; ordinary, 6d. '1.
sales of the day were 10.e balea of which
l.uuo were for speculation and export and
Included t.oft) American. Rocelpla, 47, Out
tmloa, Incluoing 31 mv American.
BP. LaOl'lS. Mo.. Jan. S COTTON
Quiet: middling. 10c; salea 1ST bales; re
ceipts, none; shipments, ova bales; stock,
a 317 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. SO COTTON
Spot msrket close-1 yulet: low ordinary,
4 114c, nmninal; ordinary, Il-lio; low mid
dling, -vc, good middling. 11 6-lSc; mid
dling fair, Ke-lec. nom'n.l; fair, II 16-lc
nominal. Balaa. 1 e) bales; receipts, 14,113
bales; eleck. m,n balea - -
oo
l.tvO
10
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100
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Cuba la 1(4 I'. P. 4a
D. A R. O. 4a.... M ti. 8. Bteel Id
Diet. Bee, a 11 Wahaah lets ..
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do sen. 4a MH Weetem Md. (
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Japan ee M Wla Cantrai 4
Offered. "Bid.
l
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m
7;
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, 7
17
Rostoa ttacks and Bonds.
BOSTON. Jan. SO Call loans, 67
cent; time loans, Bh6 per cent,
prices on stocks and bonds were
Atrhlaon adj. 4a.. II 1 Atlantic
M .Bingham
M Cat. A Heel
H ICentennlal ...
M4, 1 Copper Ranss
3M Pair Weet ..
lTranklln
H
do
Max Central 4a.
Atchhmn
de pfd
Brieton A A. . . .
Boat no A Me ..
Ronton RleTatad
Pitchburg pfd..
Mex. Central
N. T.. N. H. A
rnlen Pacific
Am. Ante. Cham
do pfd
Am. Pnes. Tub.,
Am. Busar
de pfd
Am. Tel. A Tel..
Am. Woolen
do Dfd
Dots. Iron A 8
Rdleon Bleo. til
Maaa. Electric
do pfd
Maaa. Oas
t'nlted Pratt
I' n tied Shoe Macs..
do pfd
V. 8. Steal
do pfd
Adrentur
Alloue,
Amalgamated
Asked. a.B(d,
...113
... 11
lU
Oranby
Iile Rorale ...
Maaa. Mining
Michigan
.lfMtlMnhawk
M
... II
... It
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... 30
... M
... 1
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... 11
... 44
... 1
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, 41
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. 41
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. IX
.11
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Montana C. A
Old Dominion....
Oeeeola
Parrot
Qulncy
Shannon
Tamarack
Trinity
I'nlted Copper ...
V. B. Mining
V. 8. Oil
ftah
Victoria
Winona
Wolverine
North Bntte
Butta Coalition ..
Cel. A Arteona...
Art,. Commercial
Oreen Con eo 1 1 da ted
per
Closing
1B
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440
. 17
.
. II
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OMAIIA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Fbi Cttt's Etedy to Stroncti Bt Firl
ActiTr.
HCGS OPEN WEAK, BUT CLOSE STRING
Moderate Ran at Sheep aad Laiaaks,
with Demand Good aad Trade
Artlae at Steady Prices far
ETerythlasr Dealrable.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan.
Receipts were; tattle. Hogs 8heep.
Offlclsl Monday 6.363
ttftlclal Tuesday S.Stl
Official Wednesday 4.W
Three days this weeK..69.6
Same days last wee. .k. .16.143
Same days 3 weeks agu..1.U2
Same days 3 weeks cgo..ls,itii
Sams days 4 week agu..lvM46
Same days last year 14,0(4
Tne following table snow ths receipts of
rattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1907. lix. Inc. Dec.
CattlB 107.1 77.4M 29,676
Hogs 1,3!3 216.467 19.064
Sheep 14J.0U8 131,376 16.633
CATTLB WL'OTATIONB.
Oood toe holes cornfed steers SS.u26
Fair to good cornfed steers 4.;o.4j
Common to fair steers 4.64.7
Oood to choice fed cows S 6fo4
Fslr to good cows snd heifers 3 0t"e"'
Common to fslr cows and heifers.. 3.t.w3.4v
Oood to choice st'kers and feeders. 4.4u0
Fair to good. Blockers snd feeders.. 3.7y4
Common to fair Blockers 3.(too3.75
Bulls, stsgs, etc ,-6tr4.0i
Veal calves 4.UD 60
The lollowlng table shows ths .average
price of hogs at South Oinsha for tha last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. 1)7.'1SW.1S06.13C4.1S)S.130.1J01.
SO. 1907.
B.V7 J. 'II
ll.cAo 7,ei
4. 400
2,1 1.1
31 4-J r.43o
19;4 26,6:4
24.UC9 2l.tM
10 (HO la.6.4
33.28 .14.110
M ...... let ... r a PI ... 17,
M 141 ... I r 7 H 40 I TIH
M ... II7 II ta M I TIH
71 ... I 7 XJ "7 ... I T2H
1 r ... 17 a, I5i 40 71
ii. ti i? i rn mi ... i 7?h
4 11 in irit l 7
1 U ... ITS 10 Ill ... 4 71
M Il ... I 7 Tl lit ... "IH
47 IM SO 6 7t ST 11 ... TTH
71 4t ... I 7 Tl J4 ... I 71
M Ill ... 7 17 Ill ... TIH
II M 1M ... 4 71
M Ml MIT M IH ... 171
Tl lil TV n 1H ... 4 74
M ll ... I TO . M W ... 4 71
71 11T M I le i , l.T ... I Tl
M m I to M lit 4 71
II I I 4 I TO 4 171 . I Tl
Tl ill ... TV 4 I I II I Tl
M 171 ... (to f , Ill ... I 75
74 IH 130 I To TO ISO ... I 7
m fl ... 4 TO II JH ... t Tl
TO ttl M IT ti ltd T
I ... I 70 U 1 ... I Tl
10 ill ... I T If tl ... I 71
I h' ... 7 M J! ... 4 M
7 B4 ... T 4 1M ... I 0
Tl 1,0 MIT, 14 JT0 ... K
Ti. 10 TO n 141 ... M
41 ll 11 I 7
SHEEP Receipt were llgrht tnday and
the Kngllah market, with ftundsrd fmin
dry )Uitrl at 4a ,M snd Cleveland wnr
rsnta st 6;a. l.txallr the mniket was un.
rhansed No. 1 foundry northfrti Is ousted
st I JS'i J. 3fS; Ntv I foundry northern.
?4 7Mi 7?r No. I foundry southern.
6; No. f foundry southern. $X -tv"1".
ST. IX'.'IS, Jan. - .M KTA1 v-J sil,
strsdy st 37V,; SH'ltei, steady nt 3 A
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
22..
33.
24...
26.
27.
38..
23.
SU.
S36
.1 4t 6 K
4 43
4S 6 8J 4 661
4 Ml Ml
4 to, bS
a i 6 eot
4 tilWI 6 26, 4 ,1 4 So! "
6 6l 6 St 4 73 1 4 HI
I 6 4 l 4 61
TKV a i i Ui 4 ;t
4 71 I 6 S8 4 79i 4 64 1 6 W 6 24
I 6 36 4 66 4 ill 72 li 6 24
6 0-' 6 13
6 USi 6 15
t Uti 6 21
6 13
TSj ll
when the market opened they were not
nearly all In sight. With moderate ofTVr
Inrs snd a good demand everything In sight
old at good, steady prices. The trade won
soon over with for the want of more stuff
to sell. Tour cars of choice yearlings, sihl
to arrive, were weighed up st 31-36 There
was a number of curs of ewes good enough
to bring Sfi.oO.
The feeling on the market wss very good
today and the trade In a aeneriil nay
might be described as being in a good. ,
healthy condition. All that Is necessary i
to keep It thst wsy Is for shippers to use .
agment In sending In their stun, i nerp :
iiw mure viieciive way 01 uirimui n- riaTL-Q L- ,4 m- . HVart
r.mV. The consuming demand for good. I
well finished sheep and lHmb is lame, mid
If shippers will confine their tnflrketina-s
to that kind there Is no reason why good,
strong prices should not prevail every day.
Quntat'nna on l.-llirrs: I.mk1 to cholc
Ismbs, 17.0007.60; fair to good lambs. Pi , 5
hi. if); goo I tc choir yesrllns. Iamb
weights 36.C09tl.26; fair to good yearlings,
lamb weights. lS.7Titiil.C0, pood to choice
yesrllngs. heavyweights. :-.76fi6.00; fslr ta
good yearlings, heavyweights, to bmu 76;
good to choice old wethers. eo.3o.ii6.CU; fait
to good old wether. l5wUa3f; good 19
OMAHA V4HOt.KB4.LK MARK PIT.
Conditio. et Trade aad 4,aofatlaas aa
Btsale aad Faaey Prodaea.
mofl ler ilos .
1.1 VK ltll'l.'I KV-llens. 8H1tt; rooaters,
6c; lurkeya. itHul'-; dutka, r"iil'Jc; young
rooBte.e iic; nn-, fcuc.
BI'TTKH - Packing stock. 19-; choice to
fancy dairy, 2i)Hc; creamery, 2M2Sc.
HAY-thuice ui l .ntl li-... . o.eol . t" :
No. 1 bottom. 38.60; off grades, 6Svtf4ML
Rye strsw, 67. 00. No. 1 altalfs. 111.00.
BRAN 1'er on. UW
OLD VKOsTTARLKS.
CAP. ROTH dEtld AND fARSNIP
Per bu., 76o
SWEET POTATO E8 Illinois, per large
bbl.. H .
NAVY BEANS-Ter hu.. .; No. S,
il.M
LIMA BEANS-Per lb.. SHO.
CABliAUhl-liolland seed, horn grown,
IHc per lb.
EOO PLANT- Ter dog., tt45elV
RLTABAriAS About 1M lba ta sacs,
tl.60.
r-uTATOES-Psr bo, 4V86BC,
TLRNll'S-Per bu., 60c.
ONIONS-Hima grown, per bt., B9c
Spanish, per crate, I2.UU; Colorado, per buw
C TROa-TCAt, FRUIT.
LEMONS Llmontera. m and 36 sis
H..n. other btanda, 6oc leas.
CI Hsle
nedlum-slssd bunch,
j'jniaioa, liootfiio.
f rit 'IT Sisc m w CI and 80, )3.s
Sunday.
Load Closing Storks.
LONDON. Jan. 30. Closing quotations on
stocks were:
Ooneola. money.. . M 16-141 at., K. A T 17
do account 17 IN. T. Central .......lSOH
Anaeonda 14'S'orfolk A W 17
Atchlaoa P do pfd 17
do pfd int 'Ontario A W 4H
B A Ohio tll Pannirlvanla (7
Canadian Pacta ....17 Rand aline, 7
Chea. A Ohio.. 41 Reading 43
Chlcaro O. W 14 Southern Ry 17
.161 i do pfd ,
. t7lBo. Pad fie 11
. union ratine n
Bt P.
M
.. I
.. T4
..
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141V
do pfd
U. B. Steel.
do pfd ...
Wahaah ...
do pfd ...
spent ah 4a
44
10
IT
39
M
Steady; 31 6-16d per ounoe.
c. at. A
DaBeerav
D. A R. O
do Dfd
Erie
do Ut pfd
do 3d pfd
Illlnola Central ...
1 A NiihTllla...,
SILVER Bar.
MOXEY-466 per cent.
The rate rf dlactnrrrt In the open market
for short bills Is 4 per cent; (or three
months bills, 44 per cent. '
Bostea Capper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket. reDorted by Logan. A Bryan. 112 Board
of Trade building. Omaha:
Adrentur Keeeda Consolidated. II
Alloue,
Atlaatla
Blnfham
Blacs Mountain
Boatoa Coneoltdated.
Butta Coalition ....
Calurne A Arl,on..lM
Calumet A Heeta.
Centennlel
Copper Rang ....
Daly Weet
East Butta
Prauklln
Greene Copper ....
Helvetia
lale Roral
Kenranee
L. B. A PHUbarg.
ataaaaehuaetta ....
MIcMsaa
Mohawk
41 North Butta
14 Old Domlnloa
10 Oeeeola
Pnes. 8err1oa
30 Psau. Barrloa,
UHUulncf
Shannon
Tamarack ....
II Tann. Copper
M Trlnltf
1 Called Fruit
It t'nlted Btatea.
14 tolled Btatea.
M fie h Conaolldatad
t ub Copper
n Victoria ....
11 Winona
37 Wolverine ..
Cananaa ....
31 Mplaalng ...
pfd
P'd
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... 1!
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... 11
..144
.. 41
.. r
..107
1.. 41
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New York Mlaiaa Storks
NEW TORK, Jan. SO. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Adams Cos M LeedTllle Con. ,
Alice
Bninewlck Cos. ..
Comatot-h Tunnel .
Con. Cal and Va.
Hera Silver
Iroa Silver
Sierra Narad
Ill
. M
. 10
.. 4
. II
.17
Utile Chief
Ontart
Ofhlr
Potoel
Savage
S terra Nevada
Small Hopaa ..
Standard
... 6
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... IT
... M
... M
... M
...II
RANGE OF PRICE8.
Cattl. Hogs.
Omaha B.SOfrt.SO $4.6tfc3.76
Chicago 1.6ta.90 6.iaki,..!W
Kansas City Z 2a'a W iwon ao
St. Louis K.uv."i d.uoutt.ss
Bioux City .buni.A B.ouv.v
the official number of cars ot sioca
brought In todsy by each road was:
Cattle, nogs, onceo.ii r a.
C, M. gt St. P. Ry.... 4
Wabash 1
Missouri Pacillc Ry.. S
Colon faclttc system. 04
C. A N. W. Ry. IE.).. 4
C. N. W. Ry. (W).. 43
C, Bt. P., M. ox O. Ry oti
C, M. at S). (lv) 1
C. B. cx U. (W.) 84
C, R. I. A P. Ry. (El) 12
C.,R. I. A f. Ry. (W.) ..
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Oreat West.. 1
to choice ewes. 34S6.10: fair to good
S4.8664.sv.
Representative sales:
No. Av.
20 Colorado ewes, culls 81
i4 western ewes I'D
''14 Pnlnnrirt o'oe llli
j ( 67i 6 95, 6 a 1 4S7 Colorado ewes ll
216 Colorado ewes 116
2J8 Colorsdo ewes 9
Colorado ewes 13
246 western ewe 91
33 western lambs, culls 71
0 western lambs
69 western ewes.
2M western ewes.
2
X
14
40
T
T
14
S
1
4
136
14
20
8iS
967
1,94
Total receipts 211
Th disposition of the day's jecelpta waa
aa follows, each buyer purctiaslng me num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 677 1,910
Swift and company l,a. l,tw
Cudahy Packing Co l.uiW t.ito
Armour & Co ,1 I.006
Vansant A Co 166 ....
McCreary A Carey S ....
W. I. Stephen , 70
Hill & tton 123
F. P. Lewis 20
Huston dt Co It ....
Hamilton A Rothschild... 66 ....
Wolf 44
J. H. Bulla..., 22
Mike Hagerty 61
J. B. Root A Co 3
T. B. Inghram. 4 ....
Sullivan Brothers 14 ....
Lehmer Brothers 2 ....
Other buyers 297 ....
1.146
Total 4,932 8,799 4,396
C.Kliuti Koceipts wece anerliy Ubenw
for a Wednesday, out tha demand waa quite
brisk, so that the maraet was In a good
healthy condition throughout. The trade
opened early and the greater proportion
of the receipts changed hands In vsiy fair
season. ,
Buyers seemed to be Inquiring for good
beet cattle, but the supply ot that kind was
extremely light. Th most of the cattlt
coming are only warmed-up and It is the
exception to find anything that Is any
where near good. The market on the bet
ter grades today was strong to lOe higher,
with others fully steady. The trade was
reasonably active and ths most of the
offerings changed hands In fair season.
Cows and heifers were also In good de
mand and the better grades were anywhere
from strong to 10c higher. As was the case
with beef steers, ths most of the desirable
offerings changed hands In very fair sea
son. The common to medium grade were
not quite so active, but they wers gen
erally steady with yesterday.
No great change took place In the market
for stockers and feeders. There was a fair
showing of pretty decent feeders and they
old generally In yesterday's notches. Com
mon and light grades continue slow and
weak every day.
Representative sales:
western cull ewes
western yearlings
western yesrllngs
yearlings
yearlings
yearlings
yearlings
yearlings
lsmb feeders...
I
86
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western
western
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western
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CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Best Cattle StrongHogs Weak to
Five Cents Looser.
CHICAGO. Jan. SD.-OATTLB-Rerelpts.
22.O0U head. Market for bent strong, others
steady; commi n to prime steers, 3l.0Kii.ov;
cows, tZ Vo-a&.'Mi; heifers, t2.tk"ti6 26; bulls.
S3.Uft4.&0; calves, 32. 7:'UU0; stockers and
feeders, 32.7641 4. 9U.
HOOS Receipts. 42,000 head. Mnrket was
weak to 5c lower; prime shipping hofjs,
36. 87 Vmi. 9(i ; strong weight butcheis, S H-'a
6.90; packing. S6.8Wid.8.7H; assorted light.
6b O'tit, 86, pigs, to.foa6.lvj; bulk of sales,
o.Srv5S7i.
SHtEP AND LAMBS Receipt a 22.r
heed. Market steady, but slow; sheen, 33.00
&6.00; yearlings, S4.6U&6.6&; lsmbs, S5.7&4V7.76.
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New York Live Stock Market.
NEW TORK. Jan. 30. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 1.876 head. Choice heavy steers were
about steady, general market U'Mdo off;
bulls, steady; bologna and medium cows,
steady to firm; choice fat cows, 10-5 15c
lower; steers. S4.9nfl.60; bulla SoMVfid.tO;
cows. SLSOijjd.lO; oxen and stags, 33.76
6.45. Liverpool and London cabiea quoted
live cattle higher at 11 Wane per lb., dressed
weight.
CALVES Receipts. t!98 head. Good veals
In demand and steady, others slow; western
calves, 2&c off; barnyard calves, nominal;
veals, S6.O0i9.7S; extra. 310.00; culls, 31000
4.76; western calves, 33.26. Dressed calves,
steady, J)8c per lb. for city drenwed veals;
extra, 15c; country dressed, TVf&UHc.
HOGS Receipts, 9.840 head. Market was
weak; cnoiee light pigs, 37 60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS- Receipts, 8. 679
head. Sheep steady, lambs slow but not
quntnhly lower; sheep, S4.00$i6.t; lambs,
$.7o7.76.
FaretaTa Flaaaelal.
LONDON. Jan. SO. Money waa In good
demand and fair supply In ths markst to
dsy. Discounts were a shade easier. On
ths Stock exchange prices were rather
firmer owing to the fact that tha settle
ment revealed a smaller account open than
had been anticipated, especially In Ameri
can securities. Business for th new ae
oount was modsrats In volume. Consuls
and home rails hardened fractionally. Oper
ators anticipate an upward movement and
broadening business as soon aa tha setile
mer.t Is onucluded. Foreigners Improved
on bettor Paris buying. Americans were
unfavorably affected early In tha day by
the rumors of a proposed additional Issue
of Erie stocks and th decline In Phila
delphia ft Reading In Wall street yester
day, but the market strengthened to well
over parity about midday on the bears cov
ering. Later th New York advices caused
a further hirdening of prices after which
New York sold aoi stocks declined a
Treasary Statement.
WASHINGTON. Jan. SO.-Today's state
ment of the treasury balance In the gen
eral fund, exclustvs of tha 315O.0O0.Ou0 gold
reserve shows: Available cash, 1242,641.
008; gold coin and bulllpn. 399,666,563;
gold certincaies, 311.166,490.
Baak Clearings.
OMAHA, Jan. 30. Bank clearings for to
day were tl. 419.661.06 and for the corres
ponding data last year 11.701,601.46.
Wool Market.
BOSTON, Jan. S0.-WOOL Tha market
remains dull, though firm. Ths quiet spell
Is not commented on unfavorably, however.
as an active movement Is not anticipated at
this session. Dealers are asking higher
prices and ara not dismayed at the small
volume of transactiona In pulled wools all
stapls stocks move steadily and show no
larger accumulation. Foreign grades ar
steady. Leading domestic quotations fol
low: Indiana and Missouri Combing, three
eighths blood, 3Vo35c; combing, quarter
blood, 8334HO. Texas (scoured baais) Fine,
13 months, 73777Sc; flne, 4 to S months, Ht'iji
70c; fine, fall clean. SC3:c. California
(scoured basis) Northern, choice, 47-c;
northern, good, 66ti67c; m.ddle country, 6
46c; southern, (t3c; fall free, 64&66c Ore
gon (scoured basis) Eastern, No. 1 staple.
3j?i3c: eastern, xno. 1 Clot rung. 6ova70c; val
ley. No. 1, 6C)2c. Territory staple (scoured
basis) Fine. 7(f7&o; fine medium, e&u7uo;
medium, oVfltjbc. Territory ordinary
(scoured basis) Fine. 6ft70c; flne medium.
67&uoc; medium, 4'ac Colorsdo and New
Mexico Spring scoured, X. 66t70c; No. L
63j6c.
LONDON. Jan. SO. WOOI The first se
ries of th 1907 wool auction sale closed
todsy. Ths feature was tha active compe
tition. In which Amercaa buyers were
prominent, sspeclally. when orossbreds and
merinos of good style were offered. Final
quotations, compared with those of ths De
cember sales, were unchanged to 6 per cent
higher, with the exception of coarse, heavy
crossbreds. which declined td. During th
sales 77,0u0 were taken by horns buyers,
SO.UuO for the continent. 12.000 for America
and 1 1O0 were held over for ths pext st
riea Offerings today were 6a bales. They
were eagerly absorbed at unchanged rates.
Following srs ths sales: Nsw South Wales,
2.6A bales; soonred. Is 2Ud&2s Hd; grsasy,
7 da Is 2d. Queensland, l.BuO bales; scoured.
Is 4d62s Hd; greasy, 7ri4fls Id. Victoria,
1.100 bales; greasy, 6dals 2d. Weet Aus
tralia, 700 bale; greasy, 6H&10ri. New
Zealand. 1.4O0 balea; greasy, Sdflls 11. Cap
of Good Hope and Natal. LOW bales;
scoured. Ud'Tl lOd: greaay. 9iltHd. ,
ST. LOrili, Jiff. SO. WOOL-ttteady: me
dium grades combing and clothing, 24&26.g:
light fine. 5sv2ac; heavy fine, 16jl6c; tub
wsshed. S6o.Sc.
TOLEDO. Jsn. SOv SEED Clover, Jsnu
ary and February, 34 W; January, 3d 60;
April. Sh. 40. Timothy, 32-6a Alalks, S3 60.
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OIL CITT. Jan. SO. -Credit balances. 31 64,
runs. 11 3.1 JO bbls.; average. 1 '16.311 bb!s.:
shipments. 156,636 bbla; are rag , 161.6ut
bbls.
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Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 90. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3,500 head. Including 300 southerns.
Market strong to 10c higher; top, S'i-iO;
choice export and dressed beef steers, 35.40
66.50; fair to good. 34.2,6.26: western fed
steers. 33.7596.76; stockers and feeders. 33.40
(14.70; southern steers, S3 26M6 28; southern
cows, S2.25fi,TT5; nntive cows, S2.264M.fV; na
tive heifers. S3.UO4i6.0O; bulla 32.76g4.0);
calves. S3.6o37.25.
HOGS Receipts. 13.000 head. Market
opened weak, closed strong: top, li 92;
bulk of sales. 36 7Vfc4.90: heavy, IS &5(& 9.Vr;
packers. 3.75S.924; pigs and light, 35.79
6.80.
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipts, 4.000
head. Market steady to 10c lower: lamhs.
36.AtVtl7.50; ewes and yearliners. Sl7:fivU6:
western fed yearlings. S'i.Ootfjvi.oO; . wvstern
fed sheep, 4.75r6.76; stockers and feeders,
33 2&t75.
St. Loals Live Block Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. S. CATTLE Receipts.
4.000 head. Including 1,200 Texans. Market
strong: native shipping snd export sters,
S5.054i 76; dressed beef and butcher steers,
34.eOv76.36; steers under l.OoO lbs., J3 7.Vg4 4o;
stockers and feeders, 32 00754.50: cows-and
heifers. l.Vstt.'J; Conner. 31 50&136: bulls,
12 30 4 00; calvea S? 6"&8.00; Texas and In
dian steers, S2.5036.60; cows and heifers.
32.600400.
HOGS Rscelpts, 11,500 head. Market was
6G10c lower: pigs and llghta 3d.0O7J'1.7O;
packers. S6.364T6.fw; butchers and beat heavy.
So 701 ti 85.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1 rX)
head. Market steady; nttlve muttons. 33 25
455 7f: lambs, 39 2yii7 76: culls and bucks,
33.0044 00; stockera i:SAH S.
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GRAPE
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UKAivuh.s rlorlda -rangea
32.o; California imvela. extra fancy,
sixes, a.2u; tuncy. 13. ; choice. 32.7.
NKW VEQETABLES,
BEETS, TLRNIPS AN1 CAKROTB-Paj
du . 4i'uo0c.
TOMATOES Florida, SO-lb. crate, 36 .00.
WAX BKAXS-IVt bu. Sox. 3X6016.00.
LEAK LETTICE-Hothouae. .er doaV
CELERT-Callfornln. per doa. TBoCllO
C I'C L'M BERd-Hothouxe, per do., 3100,
HORSERAI11SI4 l aee 01 oox , 31.90.
HA DISHES Per dos. bunchu, 36c.
GREEN PEPPERS Pa -baeket srats,
34 ovie.1 00.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dos. bunches.
4"c.
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per doa,
Jl.O't1.26. ,
SHALLOTS Southern, per bunch, 60c
FRUITS.
CRANBER RIES Per bbl.. $7.0069.03.
APPLES Ben Davis, choice. !2 U0; fancy,
per bbl., 3-26; Jonathans, 33.76 4.ou; New
York apples, 33.25; loss and Nebraska,
tuling snd cooking, S2.26yJ.0v.
PEAR6 Winter Neil, per box. 31.00.
FIGS California, bulk. 6Hc; 4-crowa
Turkiah, 16c; 6-crown, 14c; 3-ciown, 12c.
CUOOAM'To-l'er suck ot luo, 34.60.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, 16c: No. 2 ribs, 10c; No.
ribs, 7c; No. 1 loin. Ihc; No. 2 loin, 2VkO
No. 3 loin, 9c; No. 1 chuck, c; No. 2 chuck,
6c; No. 3 chuck, 4c; No. 1 round, 7Vc; No,
2 round, 6Vc; No. 3 round, 6c; No. 1 plate,
4Hc; No. 2 plate. 4c: No. 3 plats, ,1c.
M ISCELLAN KOUS.
CHEESE New, lull cream Wisconsin
twins, ltc; new full cream brick, ltJ
164c: wheel Swiss cheese, 16c; block Swlis,
16c; llmberger. 14o; Young Americas, )6So,
FI811 Ttout, lie; hia.but, loc; catrlsh, loo;
buffalo, 3c; bullheads, 12e; black bass, flna
stock, 2ic; salmon, 1-c; pike, dressed, 11c;
red snapper, 12c; whlteflnh, 12c; perch,
dressed and scaled, 6c: pickerel, dressed,
SVjc; herring, 6c; crappies, oiulfrc; eels, I601
bluensn, luc: lobsters, green, 36c per lb.
mackciel, rjpanlali, iic; native. Sue; frog
legs, 46c per dus. saddles; smelts. l'c
Cl'RED Flbll-Famlly whitefish. per
quarter bbl., 1pD lbs., 34 00- Norway muck-
rel. No. 1, 336. Oo; No 8. 23.00; bening iti
bbls., t pounds each, Norway, 4k. 3U; Nor
way, 3k, 312.60; Holland herring. In kegs,
mll8er. SOc; kegs, mixed. 700.
HIDES AND TALLOW Green salted.
No. 1, 12c; No. 2, He; bull hides, c; gresit
hides, No. 1. 10c: No. 2. 9c; horsa, $1.6043
3.75; sheep pelts, 50ci)$1.26. Tallow, No, L
4c; No. 2. Ke. Wool. 16S22o.
CIDER New Tork, hilt Dirrel. $2.78; bar
tel. 35.04
NUTS French' walnuts, lS'jn; California
walnuts. No. 2, soft shell, 13c; No. 1 soft '
I shell, loiic; Brax'.ls, 157116c; pecana, lyiir;
, filberts, 13Hc; peanuts, raw, rvcl
..a On. Cltfnrnla u ! m.... k.A
shell, Pic; Tiayonla. 17c.
HONEY Per 24 frames, $3 SO
COFFEE Roasted. No. i!6, 26r per ih.j
No. 30, 21o per lb.; No. 25. !Se per Ib.$ No.
20. 16c per In. : No. tl, 13c per lb.
SUGAR Granulated cane. In sacks, 36.111
granulated beet, In sacka $6.01.
6YRUP In bbls., 2fc per gal.; In cases,
f 10-lb. cans, $170; eases, U 6-1 b. cans. Si. Sot
cases. 24 2v,-lb. cans. S1.9S.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west,
trn. 65Q60c; Maine, 31.11. Tomstoea S-lb,
cans, 41.10; S-lb. cans, 97Hci&ll.OO. Pine
apples, grated, 2-lb., 32.06t2.Sij; sliced. 31 9t
?12.20. Gallon apples, fancy. 32.06. Celt
ornla ' si rlcots, $3.00. Pear a H.7&4I
2.60. reavers, incy, ,1.1041.1"; tl.
.peaches, JJ.l'(i2o0. Alaska salmon, red,
; $1.26; fsncy Chinook, F., 12.10; fancy sock.
eye, ., si.so. earaines, quarter oil, sz.ft
tniee-anartr.r mustard, $3.00. SweeL pota
toes, $1.10'ai.26. Pauerkraut. $1.0u. Pump
kins, SOctitl.OO. Wnx beans, 2-lb., 66y)C
lima bean. 2-lb. 76c9$1.35. Spinach. 3135.
Cheap peas, i-lb. Gc; extraa sicQl.lO;
j fancy, $lvi.i
j Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Jsn. SO. COFFEE Market
for futures optned steady nt nn advance
of 6il0 points on better cables "than ex
pected, continued moderate receipts at Bra-
tllian ioliits and rumors that negotiations
for a further valorization loHn were near
1 rut conclusion. Trade Interests were buy
ing the near months here and the market
maintained Its early advance In the faca
of some scattered realizing. The close was
steady, net fifalO point higher. Sales wera
repot ted of 51.260 bags, Including January b
6.4KtiS.4.V. March at 6 56c, May at 6.66c, Sep
t amber at 5 9t)c, October at 6 one. December
Bt 6.0oti6.10r. Snot coffee, steady; No. T
RJc, 7c; No. 4 Santoe, 8c. Mild ooffea,
steady; Cordova, 9v12V.
1
St. Joseph Live Stnek Mnrket.
ST. JO8EPH. Jan. So.-CATTLF-Receipts.
1.796 head. Market steady: natives,
$4 6fti4.7B; cows and hHfers. $2 2tg4it);
siorsers sno Teeners. I3.zmi4 60.
HOGS Receipts. 9.273 head. Market 5c
hltrher: top. tt 6; bulk rf aa'es. 6 7Eti S
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Reeelnts. 2(977
head. Market steady to lower; lambs, 37.70.
NEW
steady;
96 test.
Refined.
lunar and Molav,',.
YORK. Jan. 90. SUGAR-Raw.
fair refining, 2Sl-32e; centrifugal.
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HOG a Buyers started out bidding lower
prices this morning and possibly a few
loads may have sold a lltU easier thsn
yesterday. 1jci demand, Tiowever, was
Very good and that, together with favorable
reports from the provision markst. caused
buyers to raise thalr bids until tha market
became. If anything, a trine stronger than
yesterday, in, trad waa acllv whan
once underway and everything In eight
sold v.-y readily. A will be noted from
th sales below, ths hogs sold largely at
$4 7a4.76. whereas, yestcrdsy over half of
all the hogs sold largely at 38.71). with only
a spnnaung at v. fa ana about ths same
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Blnas City Live Stork Market.
SIOT-X CITY. Jan SO. (Special Telea-ram 1
CATTLE Receipt, 1.0DO head: market
tady; stockers, slow; beeves. $4.35r;.26;
rows, bulls snd mixed. $25004 25; stockers
and feeders, 33. 0i(4. 35; calves and yearlings.
32 75fiS.75.
HOOS Recelpta 4.7") head: market 6n
lower; selling at 3-i.Wi6.70; bulk of sales,
36.60t) 5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS ReceiDta 400 head:
msrket steady.
tork la Sight.
Receipts of live Uck at the six princiral
western markets yesterday were aa fol
lows:
South Omaha
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St. Joseph ....
St. Louis
Chicago
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Cat lie.
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3 15-32C. Mohisses sugar, I 23-32 r.
steady; No. 6, 4.30c; No. 7. 4.36el
No. . 4.2fc; No. . 4.16c; No. in. 4.06C; No.
11. 4.00c; No. 12. 3.95c; io. 13. No 14.
S.fi6c; confectioners' A. 4 66c; mould A, 6.15c;
cut loaf and crushed. 5.6"c: powdered, 4.90c;
granulated. 4Soc; cubes, 6.05c,
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans, open
kettle. 37"(i48c.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. SO.-SUGAR
Strung, centrifugal whites. 4 S-lS'lt'e; cen
trifugal, yellows, SN'iv,c; seconds, 24e
S 7-lSc.
MULA 8S ESS057340.
Fatal I'oMdcr Kxnloalnn.
MOT 'NT VERNON. 111.. Jan. 30t A pow
der explosion has occurred at Johnston
City, III. Four person were killed.
REAL KMTATB TRASisFERS,
Abrahsm L. Reed et al. to Peter
Suderherg. av, lot 11, block 3. Camp
bell advlitlon $
Margarel DiHiley to Claude R. Combs,
part lot 6. bliM-k 3. Ev V. Hrnlth s ...
Brower E. McCague and wife to Vac
lav Homolu, lot 9.' block lo, Mld-Clty
addition
South Oraha lnd company to Law
' renc taorotkl. lot 6, block 250,
Boutn oniaiia
Union Pacillc Itallrosd company to J.
B. Watkins and Georite A. Hoag-
land. tract block 75. ISouth Omans...
Stephen D. Bangs and wife to Cora
M. Dennis, lots 1 to 4. block 11. Sum
mit sddltlon
42,i9s ta.trs 3.7
eo'1,,1 niit adiiition
ZZZ James Whelan et al. to Union Pacific
Evaporated Aprles nad Dried Fralta.
NEW YORK. Jan.- SO -EVA PORATED
APPLES Market Is steady to flrm. with
no present pressure to sell reported. Fancy
are quoted at 9c;- choice, &V,Sc; prime,
SS;Vic.
CAIJFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunes
are In moderate demand on spot with
California fruit ranging from 8c to Sc ac
cording to grade. Oregon prunes. Co, to
st ,V,tro. Apricots unchanged; choice,
18c; extra choice. 18H$!9c: fancy. lriQ.
Peaches continue flrm, choice, lltU'v; ex
tra choice. 12Ht'73Vyc; fincy, 12f!l4c.
Raisins are firm, with opening quotations
from the coast on Ti new crop higher
than last year. Th spot market is gen
erally uncharged. Loose muacatel are
quoted at 7y ijc. needed raisins, 7jl0c;
London layers. $1 45.
Metal Marke.
NEW YORK, Jan. 30. M ETA 1 There
was an advance o' 17s 3d in the Lond:i
tin market, with spot and futures both
closing at 188 17 6d. locally the market
wss firm and hle-her. with quotation
ranging from $41.5 2 .Or. Copper waa nti
rhanged at 2 6d hlKher In the lxn:d.,n
market, with spot closing st Clod 7s 'VI
and futures at 1'7 12s 6d. Locally the
market was flrm and onrhan'eo'. wlih
lake nuoted at $24. 75: 25 26 ; electrolvtlc.
$24 2ip5'24.Cib. and caatlng st t-'4 Zj,ji4 Tj.
Lead was unchanged st 34 0ups25 In t-
local marvel, but In London declined ?,
4d to 19 12s M Ptel!er was unchang
st f ISs In ths English market and at
3o.7vy4.eO locally. Iroa was 3d lowsr In
. Railroad company, north 60 feet lot
4, block 315. Omaha
Jamed McCletiexhan and wife to Jo
aeph McCleneghan, n' ne1 section
27-16-9
350
S.000
67
SU)
2.250
10
4,600
Total.
..$17,11
Railroad Notes
Paring
SL
nz3
Plympton,
Gardiner & Co.,
Bankers,
232 LaSalle St.. Chicago
Naw York Boston
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