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TTIE OMAHA DATTiY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1907.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
, tssssnmnmnBss. -
WEAKNESS IS DUE LARGELY TO THE SNOW
4Mel Demand and Light Offerings
Canst) Corn A4?ie Mnterlnlly
Cnld Weather Expected a
Help ta mnllUk 114a.
OMAHA, February it, 1807.
J Wheat market wu dull and heavy, being
down at tha olosa. Ths wmJchmi wu
Ftiua largely ta enow, which la general, and
pressure by tha beara. Firmer cables
ciuwi early strength locally, but continued
noelling waa too much for tha market to
withstand. Broomhall repnrta an Increased
demand for- flour in Liverpool, and a
scarcity of (Dot whmt of aood quality
Oerinany ta reported buy Ins Argentina
wneat. ana Kuula ta expected to buy soma
for famlna sufferers. Stocks In the north
Wee decreased 60,000 buahela for three day.
Offerings of corn were light, which a
food demand came from cash Interests and
pit trader Fart of tha early advance
was loat on profit taking by the longs, and
commlsaton houaea did eome selling on
retaing orders, brotnhall says the situa
tion In Argentina la worse. Cold weather
la expected to Increase the need of corn
for feeding, and the snow will make the
car trouble worse. . .
Primary wheat ronelnta ware 336.000 bush
els and shipments aw.vuO buahela. against
recelpta last year of 860,000 buahela and
shipments of 226,000 buahela. Corn recelpta
vara I (C!K OTll hiinha.10 anri ahlnmentS 447. 00
buahela, against receipts laat year of 76,,(X
buahela and ahlpmenU of 476,0X1 buahela.
Clearances were 162.000 buahela wheat- M.W0
barrels flour, sbt.OuO buahela corn and 80,0u0
Liverpool closed 412d higher on wheat
and HG-Vyd higher on oorn.
a mhiuH moaaua tnat received says:
"Corn bids more numberoua today and
slightly better; looks as If they would fol
J. IL Ware of Chicago thinks this of the
market: Htrensrth In Liverpool market
In face of our decline yesterday, ahowa
that the foreign situation la a bullish one
and la likely to ultimately Influence prices
here quite decidedly. Buy wheat on all
these setbacks. Bwlng on oorn la Still up
Local range of options:
Rockies., decreased 84.000 bu. Canada In
creased Ji&o.nro bu. Total, Vnlted Btatea and
t ansoa, increased ".lt."JQ du. Anoat lor ana
in Kurope Increased l.eic.wo ou. imi
American and European aupply increaaed
Corn. In the United Btatea and canaaa.
Increased 6M.000 bu.
Oats. In the United Btates and Canada,
decreased Wil.OPO bu.
The leading changes reported this wee
are: Manitoba Increaaed 618.000 bu., Port
land. Me., 437,000 bu.. Minneapolis private
elevators 60,000 bo., Aberdeen M.000 bu., and
Chicago private elevators decreased 210,0uo
Artlclsa.1 Open. Hlh. Low. Close. Tea'y
May... 41 HB
' July... 404.B
41 WB 41HB
A asked. B bid.
Omaha Cask tfrlsaus.
WHBAT-No. t hard. cT0o5 No. hard,
mQ No. I erring, m&Hmo.
CORN No. 8, 874p37tto; No. 4, t&Bfro; No.
A veilnw. tTUsi: No. 1 white, 80a.
OATS No. t mixed, 3G4l6c; No. I whits
Ki li-No. X o: NO. 8, SSVftO.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 23 637 127
Kanaaa City W 2
Minneapolis 124 ...
Omaha ...................... 14 Ta
Puluth T ' ...
) BU Louis M lot
CHICAGO ' GRAI AD PROVIIIONI
Featnrss of tha TradlaaT am Claalmgr
Prices em Boar of Trme.
CHICAGO, FeH. C High prices for wheat
at IJvetpool strengthened the local wheat
market today and onset highly favorable
. crop conditions In the southwest. At the
close wheat tor May aeiivery waa up w3"o.
Corn was Ho higher. Oats gained Hfl-o.
Provisions were a shade to Via higher.
The wheat market Opened firm because
' of tha moderate advance at IJverpooL
which was unexpected. because of the sharp
decline here yesterday, email receipts in
' the northwest alao. created bullish senti
ment In the- early . morning. - Later the
market eased off because of a heavy snow
the crop waa said to have been previously
without, protkttlon. The fact that the
world's visible aupply Indicated an ' In-
, crease of t,X),000 bu.,. or eJnyiat 1,000.000 bu.
1 rn excess of the aaneral estimate, caused
tJf soma aelllntr. Later the market again be-
r came firm, partly- In sympathy with corn
and oats, and also, because of advices from
Oklahoma claiming that the growing wheat
In that section Is still liraumolently. pro
tected against- cold weather. The close
waa firm. May ODened blither at
78MtC. sold at 78fco and than deollned to
TJHa77o. 1nal quotatlona were at 78Ho.
Clearanoes of wheat ana flour ware equal
to tS&.M bu. Primary receipts were 8a6,0u0
' Kit ..uln.l Sn Dfifk hit fnp t Kjt enrranrwinri.
Inat dav last vearv Mlnneaoolla. Duluth
and Chicago reported recelpta of Ml cars
against lirt cars last wsea ana at oars
Com was In rood demand all day. prln
plpally because of advices from Argentina
claiming that the crop In that country is
still suffering from drought. The strength
of eata was a minor buinan influence, or
feiinca were llaht throuahout the entire
day. The close was firm. May opened
UftUo to ttKao higher at 40-ac to 4hc aoid
between 4tHii46Vao and 4Hc and cloaed at
w'a-eta. Local receipts were btl cars,
with one of contract rrade.
Oats reached the hlgheat price In three
years when the May delivery today touched
40Hc. The advance was caused by buying
by prominent bulla for local shorts. The
latter were Induced to cover by the fact
that the greater part of the May holdlnge
are aald to be In the handa of a few In
fluential operators. There ' waa little dis
position on the part of the longa to sell
until the price had reached the 40 cent
market, when offerings cams out freely.
I The market closed strong with prices at
the top. notch. May opened a shads to He
higher at SSVto to 3H&3Ho and sold up to
- 4lic, where it closed. Local receipts were
Provisions were firm despite lOo decline
In the price of live hoga. Bhorta were fair
buyers, but offerings were not large. At
the close May pork was up 12Hc, at tl7.77V.
Lard was a shade higher at $10.00. Rlba
were tu higher at ta.fr.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
16 rare; corn. Kbit care; oata, el cars; hoga,
The leading futures ranged as fotlows:
HEW YORK SEVERAL MABKKT
Qaetatleas of the Day Tarleaa
NEW TORfcV Feb. 6. FLOUR Re
ceipts. 14.749 barrels; exports, .!(
barrels: sales, 4,000 packagea; market
firm but quiet; . Minnesota patents.
f4104.36; winter straights, 3.40I.0; Min
nesota bakers, l3.aV34.76; winter extras, 42.S0
tj-3.00; winter patenta, $3.Sri4.86; winter low
grades, f.70&2.t0. Rye flour, steady ; sales
pkga.: fair to gooo, W.tiJ.Bii; cnoioe in
fancy, Mlfca4.. Buckwheat nour, quiei
at ilOi&2 20. spot and to arrive.
BL'CK. WHEAT Uulet: 11.26 for 100
CORNMEALi Steady; fins white ana
yellow, 61.20O1.I6; coarse, 11.1001.12;
kiln dried, fl.6602.76.
WHEAT Receipts, 66.00Q nuaneis; ex
ports, 7.77 bu.; sales, 1,700.0000 fu.
futures and 64,000 bushels spot. Spot
market firm; No. 1 red, 62 He elevator;
M- Q A Blti. W ,fln,t' M rt 1
northern buluth. ' 61H t. o. b afloat;
No. 1 hard winter, 86 He. f. o. b afloat.
After an opening advance, due 'a Arm
cables and email northwestern recelpta.
wheat aoted rather weak anound mid
day. Liquidation was a feature. Influ
enced by reports of abundant anow pro
tection west, until just at the close, when
prices rallied witn corn, leaving ore o
net higher. May. 84 6-16 6 84 12-16c.
closed at 84 Ho; Jul. 88 HO 84 He, closed
CORN Receipts. 61.875 buahela: ex
ports, 68,406 buahela. Spot market firm;
No. 2. 67c. elevator, and 62c. f. O. b.
afloat. Optllpn market was without trans
ections, closing hc net mgner. may,
62Hc: July closed at 63Hc
OATS Recelpta. 19 600 bushels: ex
ports. 1.600 bushels. Spot market strong.
Mixed oata, 16 to 82 pounds, 44c; nat
ural white. 86 to 88 pounda. 46 947 Ho;
clipped white, 86 to 40 pounda, 4648c
HA Y steady : shipping, vmjwc: gooa to
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
1823c; same, 196, 8llo PaclflO coast,
1906. 12f16c: 1, 1O018O.
HIDB8 Steady: Galveston. 89 to 28 Ibe..
20c; California, 20 to 26 Iba., So; Texas,
dry, 24 to 80 lbs., lc
LEATHER-Steady: Scld, TiWBna.
tD AVTOT1MUO U.. A m . hmll, XI R m
1715.60; mess, 9ys.50i beef hams, xaiew?
bams. 218 00. Lard, steady; western
prima. 89.90010.06. nominal; refined firm;
continent, 110.86; eoutn America, jiu.io,
cpmpound, 88.6098.76. Pork, firm: fam
ily, $19.00 16.60; ahort clear, 17.76tJ
16.00; mesa, 2 18.000 18.7 6.
TALLOW Steady; city (ft P' pkg.),
6 -le: country (pkgs. free), 6HSWH0.
KiLBi Bieaay; aomeswc, lair w -m
y4c: japan, nominal.
T15.60; mess, ih.owik.soi peer nams,
!4.00; packet, tU.OK4Ji2.OO; city, extra India
ness. 821 00i328. 60. Cut meats, steady:
tickled bellies. 210.25(!H2.00; pickled
POULTRY Live, oulet: fowl lSHc; tur
keys, 13o. Dressed, steady; western chick
ens. !S'?18ej turkeys, 14lic; fowls, 813MiO.
BUTTER Firm; street price, extra
creamery, 82Hff33o. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra. 22fll52e: held, com
mon to extra, 2JS0c; state dairy, common
to flrsts. 20t29c; renovated, common to ex
tra, 16ftj24c; western factory, common to
firsts, lTH'OTlc; western Imitation creamery,
Oxtrs. J-26o: firsts, 2162c.
CHEESE Firm; state, run cream, amau
and large, September, fancy. 14Hdi state,
November. lSU14e! rood ttf prime. IZH'V
13c; winter made, average best, 12c; Inferior,
KOOS Firm; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, - 81c; state,
choice, 29t330c; state, brown and mixed,
extra. 24c; flrsts, to extra flrsta, 27(ffc;
western firsts, 27c. Official prices: Firsts,
27c; seconds, 2&H2Hc -
St. Ixle Geaeral Market.
BT. LOUIS, Feb. 6.1 WTTKAT Firm No.
I red, cash. nRc; No. t bard, 74H76Hc;
May. 77c; July, 7iHo,
CORN Higher: track, No. . cash. 4SHc;
No, 2 white, 4645Hoi May, 44Hig44Ho; July,
OATS Higher; track, ' No. 1 cash, 8Ho;
No. white, 49Ho; Mas,. Hc; July,. &
FLOTJR BteadyyjeA winter patent 83.66
13.75; extra fancy and straight, 83.8j33.C5;
clear. 82.6E2.66.' '
SEED Timothy, eteady: $S.604.00.
roKNnrnALOulet. Si SO. .
BRAN fitronger; sacked,, east track. 870
HAT Oulet i timothy, S.OO1.50; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-81.02.
HEMP TWINE o. '
PRnvmiONS- Pork, hlarher: lobblnsr.
817.60. Lard, higher; prime ateam, 89.60.
Dry salt meats, ateady; boxed extra shorts,
M riTU: clear rib 89.77H: ahort clears, 8100J,
Bacon, ateadv; boxed extra shorts, 810.62H.
clear rlba. 610.62H; ahort cleara, 810.76.
POULTRY Firm: chickens, 9Hcr aprlngs.
lie: turkeys, izc; oucks. 11c; geeae, evfcc,
BUTTER-ateady; creamery, BQVW.
KOOS Hlsher at 23H.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of nour ana grain:
Flour, bbls 9.000 14,000
Wheat bu 84,000 N.OOO
Corn, bu iot.000 164.000
Oats, bu....... 70,000 62,000
Kaaaaa City Orals aa Provlsleaa.
KANSAS CITT, Feb. 6. WHEAT May,
T2Hc; July, 72c: September, 71He; cash,
mo. I nara, mioc; to. iiguo;
no. 2 red. 7x7io; no. 1, iioiihc
corn nay. ic: juiy. 4iS4o: bop-
tember, 42Hr; cash. No. 2 mixed, 40o;
No. 2. i9HOiHc; W. I wnite, 420; iso.
1. 41 U ft 43c.
OATo unchanged to ho nigner: no. 2
white. 29Hc; No. 2 mixed, 880S8HS.
RYE Steady at 600620.
HAY Dull; timothy, 60c lower; choice
timothy, 1 18.00 tp 16.60; choice prairie,
1 1 i.ouwiz.uu.
EGOS Ho higher; ' firsts, cases In
eluded. t6c. 1
BUTTER creamery. 8lc; packing.
Wheat, bu 62.000 61.009
Corn, bu 29.000 16,000
oata, bu i.oue 14,000
Board of Trade quotations for Kansas
City delivery. The range of prices, as re
ported by Logan & Bryan, 112 Board of
Trade building, was.
Articles. J Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Close. Yes'y.
43H 43! 42
July I 41H
10 17 Hi 10 K
2 Tig 2 60
10 17 H
Clover, contract gn
1 PROVISIONS 6h(
- -N f .S7vir!J 6H. Mess
U Iard. ier 1K lbs.. 81
4 (boxsdS, 19i.87
Cash Quotations wars as follows!
KLOl'R Steady: winter patents. 83.2012
8. Jo; winter straights. 83.0O&1.26; spring pat.
enui, .n'nai; spring straiaTbta, 631UU3.M):
WHEAT No. 2 Boring. htie; No.
sprlna. 72?i82c: No. 8 red, TitHic
CORN No. I 4c: No. 2 vellow. 44c
OATS No. 2 87Sc; No. 2 white. &9e40Hoi
No. t white, J7i3aU0.
HTB-No, 8. 6-Hc
BAR LET Fair to choice malting, K3tjtS.
eEEDb No. 1 flax, 611H; No. 1 north.
western. II rrima timothy. t4.Sou4.b
Clover, contract srade, 816 60.
-bnort rlue, aides (lonsel,
less pork. Der bbl.. 117 a.
u . - I . . - ----- -
., enort clear aides
The receipts and shipments of flour and
grain wre: -. - Recelpta. Shlpraenta.
Flour, bbis..t r.'0 2&,'i0
Wheat, bu .) 17
Corn, bu .0.ft) 140
Oats, bu ..171 0 27.u0
fr. bu 20.
Wrlry, bu 7a.7U . 16,706
Oa the Produc exchange today the buuer
market wsa ateadv: creameries, 210ilW:
dairK-a, feti.'Mc. tuxa firta; at mark, cases
Included. Hj J-; lirsta, Z7c; prime Orsts, Zsc;
extiaa, stc . heeae, ateaoy, luic .
- Available apllee of Grata.
NEW TORK, Feb. 6. Social cable and
telsrauhio communlcatlona received bv
Hisdstreet'e show-the fullowlng changes In
available eut-oUita as cumpatsd una .pre
Vtteat, U the Vulted Elates east of the
I Open. I High.) Low. Close.
B Bid. A Asked.
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 6. WTTEAT-May.
S"Hc; juiy, wc; txptemter, IH'TSc; No.
1 nara.- eec; no. 1 nortnern, rdc: NOi
northern. We; No. 8 northern. THMrtmUa.
FLOUR First patents, 64.30&4.40; scond
patents, W.l&y B; fine cleare, 81.26a8.2i
aecona clears, ii.n?j.
BRAN In bulk. 617.0W7.26.
Mllwaakee Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb. 6. WHEAT-Mnr-ket
steady; No. 1 northern, 82Vrfrs3ftc; Ko.
a nnnntrn, jwubic; saay. (nc, Dia.
RYE Steady; No. 1, 6lOi4c.
BARLEY Firm ; No. 2. 6o; sampls, 49
CORN-Steady; No. t cash, 41H8H?c; May,
FBOR3A. FVb. 6CORN-Btaadr: No.
8. 41c: No. 4. 40o. -
OATS Strong; higher; No. I white, JKV,
B: iNo. 1 wnite, c: ino. e wnite. aTmO.
RYE Firm: No. 2. 5.
WHISKY-On basis of 81.9 for flnlahed
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Slcna of ImproToireBt io th Market
Enoour Htbitntl Operator.
OTHER SPECULATORS INCLINE TO HESITATE
Belief that Mere Llaaldatloa Is Bars
ta Otear Depreeses Maay Issaea
sa all Ieta Beaght for
NEW TORK, Feb. 6. There were signs
of Improvement In the stock market and
either aa a cause or a result of this showing
of the market speculative sentiment among
the habitual operators In stocks was lees
The reservation with which this brighter
sentiment la accepted la due to the conflict
with usual precedents In the present action
of the market as a prelude to an extended
recovery. Prices have gone down steadily
without material rally since the first of the
year and with gradual growth of resistance
and a lapee Into dullness. Usually the
progress of a decline occurs at a stage
where the taking of margins, the coverings
of atop-losa orders and the weariness of
discouraged holders brings out a flood of
urgent selling and a violent break In prices,
which watchful professional operators on
the short aide take advantage of to cover
their ahort contracts, thus causing an
equally audden rally. It is after this se
quence of events that the period of dullness
and waiting la expected, which precluded
the shaping of the market for a new move
ment In either direction. There has been
no such culmlnstlng break In the recent
market following the steady, although at.
tlmee rapid decline, and there haa beon no
violent rally to Indicate the effectual con
clusion of the speculative campaign of the
bears. The attitude maintained by the pro
fessional trading element towarda the evi
dence of Improvement In the market la
baaed on thla theory of market movements.
There have been symptoms of belated
liquidation In the market yesterday and to
day In special stocks, which helped to keep
alive the misgiving that Important sellina
of stock remains to be effected. In occurred
in Great Northern today and weakened
that stock materially In spite of the
stronser tendency of the reneral marker.
The special depression of Pennsylvania yes-
leraav waa explained Dy the newa thla
morning of differencee over a demand for
wax-e Increase from the trainmen east of
The moat Important element of the Im.
proved tone of the market la the evidence
of a revival of lnveatment demanda. Thla
la especially conspicuous in the buying out.
right of stocks In small parcels for the
Investment yield. Tha matter wsa brought
to attention by the action of the Stock
exchange authorities In ordering the re
sumption or me printing or transactions In
"odd lots" on the tape. Thla practice was
abandoned at the time of furious specula
tive activity when It was a physical Im
possibility to record all the transactions.
Its resumption now Is a sign In one point
of view In the diminished volume of the
market, but more significance la attached
to the fact that the number of purchases
of small lots has become so considerable
that their desire to follow an official record
of their purchases has Influenced the Stock
exchange authorities to comply.
rvreign opinion towards American securi
ties la being extensively canvassed and
enough of favorable tenor Is elicited to
suggest the possible growth of a foreign
demand for American securities to fol'ow
the present acceptance for considerable por-
ui rrcrni miircaa note issues.
The dullness of the trading waa partly
due to the large list of absentees, due to
the storm interruption of traffic.
Bonds were steadv. Total bhIas tur nla
81.706,000. United States bonds were steady.
The following was the rana-a of nricsa on
tha New York Stock exchange: V
Sales. Hlsh. Lew. Class.
Atams Krorwe m
Amsl. Copper 17. an ill 110 tit
Amr. Car ant rsaotry.... 1,400 41 41 41 S
A roar. Oottoa Oil ,
Admt. Bxpraas ,
Amsr. Hlos Leather pfa 100 N
Ant, Unsstd (Ml
A mar. Loeeiaotlrs
Amsr. Rrasltlng AV Raf....
Amsr.. gaxar RaSnlnf
AsMr. Too. pM etrs. .......
Anaconda Mlsing Ca
Atctilsoe . .. ,
Atlastlo Coast Una
Baltimore A. Ohio ,
Brooklra Rapid Transit...,
Central of N. J
Chlcaae OU Waatsra.
Chloaao A Northwaatara... too 1M4 14
inieafo, m. at at. r
Chloaxt) Tarn. A Transit..
C. C. 0. at St Louis....
Colorado Pual ant Inn....
Colorado A touthara
do lit ptd
4s d DM
Delaware A Hudson
Del.. Laos. Wasura....
PaaTsr A Rio O ran da
o 1st (d
do M efd
Hocking Valley ;
Inter. Pump i
K. C. Beutaora
Mlna. A St. Loals
at., St. p. Sault sta. At.
At., K. at Texas.
N. R. R. of at. pfd sx-tlv
Naw York Central
N. T.. Ont WssUra....
Norfolk A Waatsra
Pselfls Mall 100 14 14
PsnsarlTsnia 44,400 lto 11$
Psopls't Oas MM M
P.. C. a All U 01-tl 4." 74 . 14
Pressed llstl Car toe 41
to aft ..
Pullman Palaae Car..
to lit ptd
to M aid ,
Republic ttsol ,
do pft ,
Rock blast Co.
It, L A 6 P. It pft
St. Louis A W
Tsnnaasao Coal aat Iroa..
Taxaa A Paclflo
T.. St. U A Western
17. A Eiprsas
V. g. Realty
U. S. Rubber
V. t. Steal
Wsatlnatiouas gisouif ....
Waatara Union v,
Wbssllng A Lake Brio....
Northern Pa I Ac ...
Contra! Leather ...
Orsst Nonhsrn pfd
UtorbarDUch Matropoiltsa. tA,u aVV
Total aalas tor the tar. OI. saaroa
Imperial 4s closed at 78 and Russian bonds
of 1!M at 4m.
P.KRLJN, Feb. 6. The lone on the Pourse
today Improved upon the New York advices.
Sew York Mnney Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 6. MONET On pall,
easy at i4.u per cent; ruling rate, s per
cent; closing bid, 8 per cent; offered st
tH per cent. Time loans, -steady; sixty
days, 6 pet" cent; ninety days, 64 per cent;
six months, 6v,'ii6H per cent.
PR1MK MtlKCANTlLH PA TER 646lai
BTEH1JNO EXCHANGE Weak, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 84Att-rV6
4M) for demand and at 84 0404.6046 t"r
sixty-day bills; posted rstes, 64 Mhi and
HHi commercial bills. 84 804.4 80Vt.
SILVER Bar, ffiVfcc; Mexican dollars,
Closing quotations on brpnds were ss
V. S. raf. ts, rat....lt Japan ta. tt sarins. . . IH
to enupon It do 4Ha. rtfa MS
D. S. Im. rt..... 1"1H to M sarlaa "V4
to coupon 10114. to 4a MS
0. 6. olt 4a. rag ml L. A N. anl. 4a Kmvt
to coupon lot Max. Central 4s.... MUj
C. 8. a. 4s, rog lit do lat tne
to ronoon lit Vinn. St. L. 4s.. M
Am. Tob. 4a. 7f,vt ., K. T. 4a.... M
do ta 110 do Ida S4
Atrhlaoa fn. 4a IfllH N. R. of M. ft. 4s. H
' "do adj. 4s . W N. Y. C. (an. 1H ... H
Atlantis C. L. 4s.... M4IN. J. C. tea. as.. ..114
eB. O. 4s 101 H NO. PaclBO 4S 101
Urarpaal Grala Market. '
LJVERPOOU Feb. 8 WHKAT Spot.
strong; no. x rea, western, winter ts id
futures, steady; Afarch, a i; May, ts i&
Julv. ts 24d.
CORN Spot. Arm; American mixed, new.
4s 6d; Amorioan mixed, old, 4a 7d; futures.
steady; Marvn, s i:a; sxay, ts a.
Dalnlh Grnln Market.
Dl'L-TJTH. Feb., 6. WTTEAT On track
No. 1 northern. 8V; No. 8 northern, 0c
May. s-c; July, svc; Bsptember, Ta.
OATfl To arrive, soo. ,
Ptalladelpkla rravtlnee Market.
PHIIADKIJTnA. Feb. 6. FXK18 Firm,
1c hlKher: western freah. Sic. at mark.
CHKtE Steady, fair demand; new full
creams, fancy. ici caoice, io.
TOrLVTDO. Fob. 6 -PIFTS Clover, eaah.
8.tO; February, 8 (; Marvh, K uo; April,
ti.SB, iiuiuuif, a.. 4V. jusiast i . io,
do im "4
Rrk. R. T. ev. 4s.... MS
Cent, of Oa. ie Ill'1
do lit Inc SO
do id Ino Tt
do 14 Inc 11
Cnes. At O. 4Hs 04S
C. at A. ISa TS
C, B. q. n. 4a.... f,u
C. R. I. A P. 4S.... Tl
do col. As M
ewe. St. L. (. 4a. 101 H
Colo. Ind. la. aar. A.. 7H
loio. Mid. a 7ZS
Colo. A go. 4s sou
Cubs Is loiUj
D R. O. 4s US
Mat. gsns. ts 17S
Krla prior Ilea 4s. H
as sen. 4e 17
Hock. Valley 4Sa..lMS
japan la m
da la n
Norfolk W. a 4a.. Iflvft
On. . U rff. 4s. . M
Penn. t. IVta M
Readlns (cn. 4s. 17 H
St. L A I. n. a. la.iut
St. L. . P. fg. 4s. 1S
"St. u s. w. . 4a.. 77
Seaboard A. L. 4s.. sou
So. Paclflo 4a S
do lat 4a etfs Ms
Southern By la 1114
Tex. A Pacltr lata. HI
it. L. AV W. 4a. IIS
t'nlon Pacific 4a 1"1H
V. 8. Steal Id ts 1'4
Wahaah lata .'. Ill
do dab. B Tl
Western Md. 4a 91
W. L. E. 4a 17
Wis. Central 4s M
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killinc Ctttlt Bteidy, witu Tttdtn
HOG PRICES tXPRILNCE A REACTION
Sheep Reeelpte Liberal, hat Vmtu
Trains Delay Trade Ewes Fairly
Aetlve aat) Itmnger, with
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 6. 10T.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoga. Sheep.
Official Monday 6.13S 4..C 7,5ti7
Official Tuesday 6,600 6.6tM) 7,0u
Two days this week. ..11.63 10.SM Kltf
Same days last week....l0.lS 17.9.'9 14.79
Kama daya I weeks ago. .11.047 1.6M 80.314
8ame days 8 weeks ago.. 14.1RS 1S.M8 16.743
Bame days 4 weka ago. .18.147 16.161
Bume daye last year 10,010 16.246 1S.41
The following table shows the recelptt of
calt.e, hoga and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with laat year:
19117. 19i. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 126.619 S9.ST6 86.73
Hoga 2So,lS M7,S18 42,000
8heep 161.769 146,148 14.630
Oood to choice cornfed steers 5.40.
Fair to good cornfed steers.. 4.76Jjt.W
Common to fair steers 4.V'tj4.i8
Oood to choir ft enors 8.7tsii4.70
Fair to good cows and heifers.... 8.orv"03.70
common to fair cowa and heirere.. i.t(ii.iv
Oood to choice st'kers and feeders. 4 ui (W
Fair to good stockers and feeders.. 8.7f1.4ii
Common to fair stockers 8 oOJ TS
Bulls, staca. etc 8.75'(i4.O0
Veal calvea 4.004.50
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
No. A. Sa. It Me. As. ts. Pv.
I iJ xto U To Hi ... ti'S
4 IN) lit I M HI ... t rs
41 I ... IN f7 IM ... 4 17S
Tt int ... t M Tt 144 ... 4 l?S
T 171 "... t Si TS H 6 it"t
Tl 14 N IS 44 IM ... t ITS
It tit ... t St 11 177 ... 4 t'S
44 ..las ts I M ts pa ... 4 17
M ll ... t M Tl 141 44 t I7S
II AM ... t St Tl lit ... t ns
ll.,.v...ln ... tit II 11 ... tl's
7 .IM ... IM t IU ... 4I1S
SI 1S H III ft IM ... I 7t
ti ill ... 1st u tiT ... ins
Ml H IM IT 141 .,. 4 17
71 lit ... I SI It...' 7 ... IS
at M M IM an ft ... IM
IM ... M M SI ... I M
M 11 ... I ft) 17 tt ... I M
71 194 ... M 41 Ill ... I M
71 Ill ... IM IT. ...... ... IM
M ttl 4t I M M 171 ... t M
M IM IM I M 14 f ... IM
T4 Ill ... I M M til ... t M
Tt til ... I II
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Feb. .-Call loans, IVi'S"' per
cent; time loans, IVbo per cent. Closing
prices on stocks and bonds were:
Atchison ad). 4s tw
Mi. Central 4s...
Boatoa AV Albaoy.
Boston ElOTatet .
Fltchburx pfd ...
N. T., N. H. H..1M
t'nlon Pacific 172
Am. Args. Cham M
do pfd tl
Am. Pnaa. Tub.... US
Am. Sugar 1"S
do pfd IMS
Am. Tel. AY Tal ls
Am. Woolen US
to pfd MS
Dom. Iron A 8tssl. MS
Edlaoo Else. Ill 117
Mass. Elsetrt ..... II
do pfd II
Mans Oa M
United Fruit 10
United 8ho Mach.... II
to pfd M
V. g. Steel 44
to pft, x-div....l04SiMltchall
Advsntur BSICsl. A Ariaona
Alloties tl Orean CoosolidaUt
roppar Range ....
Maaa. Mining ....
Mont. Coal A C.
Old Domlnloa ..
t'nlted Copper ..
U. 8. Mining....
Butt Coalition .
.. II s
.. 71 S
Pate. 1907. 19O6.l06.19Ot.19O3.lu2.l01.
oHLfcf-w hen uie market opened there
weie omy a very tew l,u lit signt, in
greater part of the estimated rocei i oe.ug
on late trains. vV nlle ino inai ko. couiu
nut te veiy active bec-auHe ot tue lateness
of the tra.ns, there wu a fair movement,
and the trade as 4 whole In reaoooaoiy
The maraet ufi ewes was generally s lit
tle strunser, while the quanty of the le
celpts waa also better, so mat altogether
a ira showed very much nUnor on paper.
Choice ewee sold up to to., the higi.est
head: market steady; lamb. 87JAtr?tri;-
yearlings M lMj.0; wethers, 66 u6.0;
glnas City Lire gtoesj Market.
STOt.'X CITY, la.. Feh. ("peclal Tele-
tram. ICATT1.K Receipts, l.wv. hesd.
larhet steadv; beeves. 4..; cows,
bulla and mixed, 6J. Ton 4 76; stockert and
feelrra, 6S.0ii4.io; calvea and yearlings,
H(.K1 Ttecelpls, 8,0f) head. Market 8
lower, selling at 64.ftfcut.t0; bulk of sales,
NEW YORK. Feh. 6 COTTON-"tyt.
strong; middling uplands. He; middling
gulf. llc: no sales. . .
MVKRI'OOL. Feb. a-CXTTON-Spot,
good business done; prices 6 points nlgherj
American middling lair. 47Sd; good mid
dling, tVSAd; middling, 6,W; low mlddllns.
6 71d; good ordinary, 6.Md; ordinary, 6 07d
The sales of the dav were ll.OiO balea. of
which 1.000 were for speculstlon and ex
port and Included 8.700 American. Re
celpta. 60.000 balea, Including 41,200 Amer-
lrBT. IXtia, Feh. 6-COTTON-fleady;
middling. 10,c; ssles. 6 bales; recelrrs,
646 bales; shipments, 600 bales; stock, 80,048
VhW ORI.nANrl. Feb. S.-COTTON-Spot
market closed steady; sales, 4.636 bales;
low ortiinary, oc. iuniinm. i'iuiiii v.
puce paid on this market in some Hay.. """'Inal; l":..",8;' '"S a.
i$uyers evidently had use for strictly well dllng. 6 8-hic; mldd ng. 10 T-lflc. good niM.
finished ewes, but snippers suouid not U
siKht of the fact that uieoium end Interior
grades are not wsnteo. As every Indica
tion wouid seem to point to a better ewe
market In the near future, It would seem
wo d me part or wisaom not to sena in . - T, ,, v.,..
anything u.ml It Is tulctly prime and ready some posli Ions under scattering liquidation
for market. I nd the close waa quiet and unchanged to
,iiiir ii t.iiic! mldilllna fair. 13 6-1 He. nom
inal; fair. 18 16-lRc. nominal; receipts, Ib.S
bales; stock. 8T6,K67 bales.
NEW YORK, Feb. 6. COFFEE Futures
opened steady; trading showed no eptlal
feature, but prices ass-gen on a nun on
Lambs sold at very high prices at this
point yesterday. In laot. right up to Chi
cago. Buyers all seemed to want a few,
and the result was that they paid good
S points lower. Sales were reported or
17.W0 bags, including March at 6 6Sc; May,
J.lti5.7Uo; September, 6oc; Pecemberf 6 10
Snot cvrree steady; mo. t ino, ic; no.
ami tne result was that they paia guoa nimi i-vora biuj, nu. ' ' o
money for what they got. 'Ihls morning J Santos, He; mild coffee, quiet; Cordova, W
they were not so anxious for supplies, and
there was an undertone of weakness to the
market, due to the fact that every one
realised that prices were too high yester
day aa compared with those prevailing at
BOSTON. Feb., 6.-WOOl-Markt con
tinues strong, with trading dun, osieny
Jan. 23... II1I4 Hi 4 6fil 4 64 6 01 I 18
Jan. 83... 6 46 68H 463 466 6 69 603 6 16
Jan. 84... 6 44t 6 8:1 466 6 00 6 tte 6 12
Jan. 36... 6 61H 6 25 4 71 4 W 6 14 6 18
Jan. 26... 6 681, 6 63 4 73 4 87 6 73 i 18
Jan. 27... 6 86 4 63 4 81 4 66 6 13
Jan. M... 6 75 4 61 4794 67 6956a
Jan. 29... 6 71 68 47W 464 6W62S
Jan. 80... 4 71 6 36 4 66 4 81 6 72 6 06 6 26
Jon. 81... 4 84 6 43 4 63 6 69 6 97 6 1
Feb. 1... 6 87 6 41 4 6tt 4 67 li CI
Feh. 2.... tS0 6 4 4 70 4 73 6 6 6 26
Feb. 8... 6M4 72 4856 70 S93
Feb. 4... 13 4 74 4 81 4 80 6 03 8 31
Feb. 6 163 4 77 4 83 6 Ui 6 28
I'dtil . 60
. U.IO0 141 141 142
100 111 111 ' 111
.; o u has um
TOO M -MS M
. ll,on r7i 170 ri
. iLono in ios 101
nt MS . MS M
. - tm in ms ins
8.100 ill iibs
. 106 M MS M
. Loot TH TlS MS
i. 11.100 Ul 171 111
. 1.100 41S ' 41 41
fuv ias i l
K400 147 141 141
1 . W
tot ui in m
lot UI 111 167
tut 16 16 16
600 M 14 ' 14
lit 64 14 84
4. tot Tl
l, r ir
141 144 S
00 MS M M
8,0u0 70 11 us
100 14 MS 61
8.401 111 116 111
TOt 44 4IS 44
M M H
MO 111 1M IM
111.400 111 11S 121
M.lot MS 11
1,400 M 11 11
Ot 10 MS
M.JO 171 171 172
tut II 10 II
6.00 MS 41 60
too jo tot lot
UK 46 44 44
l.4ut 104 106 104
100 U MS US
lOt 107 107 !
too 11 11 14,
tot M U lis
IM US OS 11
4ot u 81 n
..11T.SM 161 161 IM
.. 801 14 16 16
tot M M M
ls 11 IM
Hew Yerk Mlnlntr itacks.
NEW YORK, Feb. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were
Brssewlck Cos M
Coaaatsck Tsanel ... 41
Cos. Cal sat Vs.... M
Harm Silaar 17t
Iroa Silw tut
Lsstvllle Ooa. 6
Uttls Chi at .
Bars . v
SbsII Hoss .,
WA8HINQTON. Feb. (.-Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
oral fund, exclusive of the 8160.000.ujo sold
reeerve. shows: Available caah balance..
K40.66A70S: gold eoln end bullion, 101,6a6.61l;
goia certineaies, eM.suB.eia
F ere tan risssclsL
PARIS. Feb. 6 Prices on the Bourse
today etrengthened owing to the prospect
of an adjustment of tha rellgluue quesuon
and the conviction that rentea will not be
taxed la Uie new revenue measure. Russian
OMAHA WHOz.lCAX.a BfABKKT.
Condition f Trade anal )netatlone en
Staple and Fnney Frodnet).
EOOS Per dos., 2fo.
LJVK POULTRY Hens, SttfJc: roosters,
6c; turkeys, 10130; ducks, 810o; young
roosteis. Z8c; geese, 89c.
BUTTER Packing stock. lc; choice to
fancy dairy, 22a2to; creamery, 2629o,
HAY Choice upUnd, ID.6u; :nedln n. ItO":
No. 1 bottom, $160; off grades. 86.609.6a
Bye straw, 87.00; No. I alfalfa, SU.00.
BRAN Per .on, r5.on.
CARROTf BEETS AND PARSNIPS
Per bu., 75o
SWEET POTATOES-Illlnols, per large
bbl. 83 26.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., H.66; Nov. 1
LIMA BEANS Per lb., 64o.
CABBAQS-Holland seed, boms grown,
lo per lb.
EGO PlANT Per dog.. 62. 8561. OS. ' -RUTABAGAS-About
ISO lbs. - to saoa.
POTATOESPer bu. 46SflBC.
TURNIPS-Per bu.. 600.
ON'IONHoma srrown. bar tiau. - gtol
Spanish, per crate, 6Z.V0; Colorado, per bit
FIGS California, - bunt, 6Vtc; 6-crown
Turkish, 16o; t-crown Turkish, 14o; 3-crown
LEMONS Umonlera. 800 and 860 sis.
$4.6u; other brands, 60c less.
DATEaV-Kadawsjr We; aayara, c; Mat,
lowia. new stuffed etmut data. 8-lb. bos.
bANANA-R medlum-sltsa DUDOQ,
12.0X1226; juniboe, 8x60J.&a
GRAPE FninT-Sise e to 64 and 80, $1.71
ORANGES Florida -rarges. all elxss.
12.2a; California navels, extra fancy, all
sUea, U.OO; fancy. 82.76; choice, 82.862.60.
BEETS, TURNIPS ANL CARROTS Pet
TOMATOES Florida, 80-lb. crate, 86.00.
WAX BEANS Per bu. Vis, fetOtge..
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse. er dot,
CELERY California, par dog., 76cfjfl 00,
CUCUMBKKlj Hothouse, per dos., 62.MA
HORSERADISH Caee of dot.. 11.60. .
RADISHES Per dos. bunohe. 66a.
GREEN PEPPERSPnr -baskt nut,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dos, bunohes.
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per dot.,
SHALLOTS Southern, per bunch. 60o.
CRANBERRIES Per bbl.. 87.0OSi6.00.
A.PPLKS Ben Davis, choice. 2.uU; tansy,
per bbl., 32.16; Jonathans. 63 76H.0u; New
York apples, s.m; lowa ana rieorasaa.
eating una cooaing, k.bw.w,
PEARS Winter Neils, ter oog, 63.00. ,
CO'JOANUTaV-Ptr sack of luu,' 84.60.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 rlba. 16c: No. 1 ribs. 10c: No.
rlba, 7c; .No. 1 loin, Mc; No. 8 loin. Ufa;
Ua. 1 loin, tc: No. 1 chuck. 6c: No. 8 chuck.
6c; No. I chuck, 4c; No. 1 round, 7tyc; No,
3 round. 6toc; No. 3 rouniL 6c; No. 1 plats.
4MC; INO. 2 piate, ac: no. a Pine, so.
W 1 AVC ELLA N kTOUsV.
CHEESE New ful. cream Wlsooasla
twins, l&tfcc; new full cream brick, laa
16Vo; wheel Swiss cheeta, 15Hi3l7c; block
Bwias, loo; mnoerger, itvi xouiig Amer
firh TrouL 12c: halibut, loo: catfish. 16a:
buMalo, 6o; bullheads. 1bi black baas, flu
stock, 26c; salmon, 12c; pike, dressed, llo;
red snapper, uc; wnitenan, uo; percn,
dressed and scaled, 6c; pickerel, dressed.
8Vic; barring. 6c: crapples, t41ic; eels, lsei
bluenan, lee; loosisis, rsa, ano per io.
mackerel, Spanlah, 16c; native. 8bc; frog
lege, toe per aos. ssuams, emeite, izo.
rilRKD F1HH Family whiiadah. nor
. LL 1 . .V.. 1 V. kln.B. I
quarter dui wv nuiwnr rnscH-
crel, No. 1. 16 01); No 1 A28.00; herrlntT U
bbla. 0 pounds each, Norway, 4k. Ill; Nor-
HlOU Awu i vr urato salted.
No. L 12c: No. 2. lie: bull hides, tc: man
hides. No. L 10c; No. 1 c: horse,
3 76; sheep pelts, 60uitl.26. Tallow, No. I
CIDER-NtW York, bllt barrel. 83.71; bar-
tel. Ab ut
NUTS French walnuts, 3Hc; California
walnuts. No. 2. soft shell. Uc: No. 1 soft
shell, ltxti; Braxils, 16lsc; pecans ly.";-c;
filberts. Uttflto; peanuts, raw, TVwoj
ruaiiw, l -"i,,w' ... ,i.wui.., Bars
shell, 16c; Trayona, 17c; ooooanuts, 64.W
per luo loa.
HONEY Per 34 trames. 88 66.
COFFF.E-Roaated, No. lb. Mc per lh.t
No. to, 310 oer lb.; No. 36, lKc per lb.i No.
M 1Ac ner lb. I No. H. lie Der lb.
SUGAR Granulated sane. In sacks, 3i.ll;
granuiatea oeet, w svasv ss-iu.
BYRUP In bbls., .c per gsL; In eases,
10-lb, cana, 81.70; oases, U 6-1 U cans, 11.60;
cases, 24 2V,-lb. cans, tl.as.
CANNED GOODS Com. standard west
ern, otfowc, Maine, 31. uV Tomatoes, 8-lb.
cmns, a.". v..-, 'Tr.w.vv, nnav
srpies. grated, 3-lb., 12 .06$-2.0; sliced. II M
Hit. Gallon apples, fancy. 62. 04. Csli
forrutv apricots, 63.00. Pears, tL76
X.DU. rcacnea, iiatr, ai.iowa.au; rx. t;.
peaehea. 82.002.60. Alaska salmon, red,
11 It: fancy Chinook. F.. 82.10: fancy m t-v.
eye, F.. 3166. Sardines, quarter oil, 6176;
three-quarter mustard, 83 00. Sweet pota
toes, ll.loaktt. Sauerkraut, 81.00, Pump,
kins, 6vci3l-W. Wax beans. 8-lb.. 66S0Ci
lima beans. 3-lb.. 75c11 3. Epliuch. 5. .St
Cheap peas. j-ln. ; extras, 6ec4jl.lv.
Snarar nasi Molasses.
NEW YORK, Feb. 8. SUQAR-Raw,
steadv: fair refining, 8 31-12c. centrlfuaal.
M test, 3 16-lie; molaaaea sugar, 3 23-i.Mx,
Refined, eleady; no. t, ttoc; No. T, 4.26o;
V a . Vu. KTi, a a ajA 1 A , VT
4.uoc; No. 11 8 66c; No. 13, 3.60c; No. 14. 3.86o;
confectioners' A, 4oUc; mould A. 1.16c; cut
loaf, 66uc: crushed, I sue; powdered. A Hue
aranulated. 4 Sue: cubes. 6 Q6c
MOLAS8E8-Steady; New Orleans open
kettle, sood to choice. fTin-Usc.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 6. St'GAR
Bteady; centrifugal . whites, 1 3-lwMte
centrifuge ilowa lVt4 1-1 6c; aeconls,
1V4 4-ic, sew luwiastos syrup, tXetq,
RANGE OF PRICES.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road waa:
m. tt Bt. f. Ity...,. 3
Mo. Pac. Ry... 1
Union Pacific system, .46
C. A N. W. Ry. (west).64
u. or a. w. tty. (east). 1
C, St, P., M. A O. Ry.27
C B. A Q. (east) 4
C. B. A O. (west) 4
C. R. I. A P. Ry.teaat) 6
C. R. I. A P. Ry.(west) 4
Illinois central 3
Chicago Great Western 1
Total receipts 210
The dlaDoaltlon of tha flav's receinta was
as follows, each buyer DurchaslnaT tha
number ot head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
io 6 a
30 4 1
12 3 1
I " -e
60 18 "o
Omaha Packing company. 612
Swift and Company lt2
Cudahy Packing companyl376
Armour A Company 870
Carey A Benton 66
Lonman ft Company...... 66
McCreary A Carey 86
W. I. Stephen '.. 147
Hill A Son 60
F. P. Lewis 18
Huston A Company 81
Hamilton A Rothschild... 160
L. F. Huss 15
J. H. Bulla 27
Mike Haggerty 9
J. B. Root A Company... 131
O. MoConnaughey 14
T. B. Inghram. ...... ...... 6
Sullivan Brothers ... 10
V. A. Brltton 4
Le timer Brothers 14
Other Buyers 316
other merket. points. Btlll. the aalea on the 1 DV7"M "f the high valuei. Considerable
opening market, at least, did not look ,prrOMl wool B moving on account of old
much dlfterent from yesterday, In fact ",,.,.. worsted wools are praotlcally
r . Sl . lmD xnm wwr" I out of stock. Of clothing wool, there It a
yesterday bringing the same today. Siod supply left unsold. In pulled wools
There were very few wethers or yearlings F... , j. ,H . .iauIv msrket.
on the early trains, but the feeling was - m.rk.. for .cour,.d -radon.
.iTk : "",r,u" """1 Texas wools are quiet. Foreign wools ere
outlo?." killers: Oood to choice nnj.. Lading J fig
.ood1 'cnolc'." yrl'lng.b,-.,m7b XlfiT blooT ,'4c; at
VoVd'nvearllVsVWh it7tjtse; northern good, WRo: middle
old wethers: 85 8.V5 6 60; fair county, suwc; i nrrr,, . - 'T.
wethers, 6 00j6.36: fooo. io "'r.L.. ' T Mnm'
, 14.904,6.20; fair to good. 64., , i "''ffflZ 1 'Mtac, Territoria
good to cholcs
to gcod old
81 western sheep
174 western wethers...,
234 western ewea
274 western lambs
276 western lambs ,
326 western owes
147 weetern ewee
260 western lambs ,
342 western lambs....,.,
'dnt western lambs.,.,...
372 western lambs ,
198 western lambs...
. .. 110
CHICAGO X.IVB STOCK MARXIST
ttaple; scoured basis, flTie, 7ICC76CJ line
medium, eowiiic; meoium, oo-ooc. nmwrj,
ordinary, scoured basis, fine, 6r70e; fine
medium, 67(f)S8o: medium, 645Sc Colorado
and New Mexico, spring, scoured basis,
X. tStrTOo: No. 1, fii6c. .
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 6. WOOI Steady:
medium gTade, combing and clothing. 24t
38Hc; light fine. XxjiXc; heavy fine, 164(18o
tub washed, 3(4r3o.
NEW YORK, Feh 1. METALS The Lon
don tin market was unchanged at AJ198 for
spot, but futures were a shade higher at
192 7a 6d. Locally the market was quiet
and a shade lower on the average, at 842.31
642.66. Copper,, Is 6d lower at AU07 7s 60,
while futures were unchanged at 10 7s
6d. The local market was unchanged and
Rem. with lake auoted at ti6.0tKii06.26;
3.4.7aajr..ii; casting, .xq7
Cattle gteady Hogs Test Cents Lewer
ghees) gteady to Strwngc.
CHICAGO. Feb. 6. CATTLE Receipts.
t nnn haail' market ateadv: common to beat 1 .Ui-tmlvtii,
B.eers, .uiKno.so; cows, ao.oi(io.w; noun,, ; 24.10, i,eaa, lower at iv iLm ou an auiiuu,,.
12 WK&6.25; bulls, 33 00ft4.o0: cslvea. 12.76j but waa unchanged and firm In the local
8.00; stockers and feeders, 32.26fc4.80. j market, with quotations ranging from 6 J
HOGS Hecelpts, 37.000 head; market lOo 1 tjU0, according to delivery. Spelter, steady
lower; choice heavy shipping, 87.Oko7.Ij6; i at IH.764j6.86 In the New York market, but
prime light, 86 0676.97; aasorted butchers, i declined 10s In London to S.2H. Iron was
IH.ViWnW, packing, 36.9udi4.97Mi; assorted i lower In the English market, with Standard
lights i6.8otJg.86; bulk or sales, to.ww.uu. foundry quoted at 66s and uieveiano war-
tSnKivf Aisu ijtSJno neceipis, u,
Total 6,477 7,048 3,442
CATTLE Receipts were again liberal
this morning, but unfortunately trains were
later, even than usual, dus to the levers
cold Weather and storms throughout the
west. In fact, trains were coming In until
late In the alter noon. While this naturally
delayed the trade, there was nevertheless
a very fair demand, so that tha market
opened In reasonable season In the morning,
Packers seemed to want beef steers and
ths market opened about where It left of
yesterday, early sales at least being In
praotlcally the same notches. Owing to the
slow arrivals of the stock It was Impoaslble
lor the trade to be active, but still there
was a fair movement and the cattle went
to the scales about as faat as pcsslbls
under the existing conditions.
Cows and heifers were also just about
steady with yesterday, which means that
they sold at about the same prices as pre
vailed before the break on Friday of last
week. The market as a whole was In a
good healthy condition.
Speculators and yard traders were
evidently anticipating a good feeder trade
ror the balance or tne week, and as a rule
they were out early In the morning looking
for desirable weighty feeders, which sold
freely at prices strong to 10c hlghen Right
desirable feeders sold aa high as li.OO.
There waa no quotable change In ths mar
ket for light stockers.
No. Av. r. No. Av. Tt. ,
14 MS 4 M It 1111 it 1
II Ml 4 4 II mi i
I Ml 4 M M mi i
I IM 4 M M 1411 t M
M 1060 4 Tl M 111 ti
11 1070 4 71 II 1IV4 I tl
11 ION 4 M tt., 111! X
11 1071 4 M 11 11J1 14
IT 1111 M 1 1..11M I M
1 1MI t M II 1471 M
II 101 U 1148 I M
Ml 4 M
IM 4 M
, 1060 4 Tl
1070 4 71
ION 4 M
1071 4 M
1MI t M
10M 4 M
llal I M
1011 I M II...
sit i o
1011 I II
144 I M
1000 I 40
1011 I M
1110 I M
......1014 I M
...... Ml 6 41
!.,... not i m
UM I M
HOT I M
not t to
M0 I 71
10M I M
1110 I M
TM I M 1
...... to I TS 1
TTT IM 8 ,
lost l a I
Ml I N 4
lilt I M t
UN I M 1
1111 I M
Mt I M 1
Id 4 M It
Mt 4 M 8
IM I M 1
lit I M I
Ml I M . T
171 1 M
410 I IS
440 I Tl
Tl I Tl
IM I M
M0 I M
141 4 M
Ill 4 M
IM 4 M
..ISM I M
..1111 I M
..10H 4 so
,.IUt 4 00
.. 161 00
..Ml 4 M
. .1013 4M
..1111 4 M
..1171 t II
..Ml 4 M
..1061 t M
..1MT t M
..10M 4 M
..1001 t M
.. Ill 4 M
.. Ill 4 M
. Me -4 ot
.. Ml 4 M
. .HIT 8TI
... lit I M
... IM I M
... Mt t M
... Mt M
... IN IH
... TM 4 M
... Til 4 !
... 0T 4 11
... Ill 4 M
...1011 4 4t
... m IS
...100 4 M
...1VTI 4 M
head: market ateadv to atrong; sheen, 14.76:3
6.00; yearlings, I5.76W.S6; lambs, Hi.uOQfl.66.
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Feb, 1, CATTLE Re
ceipts, 14,000 head. Including 600 head
southerns; market steady to 10a. lower;
choice export and dressed beef steers,
86.60(96.60; fair to good. I4.10tf6.40;
western fed eteera, 13.766 5.75; stockers
gnd feeders, 18.60494.80; southern eteers,
83. 606.00; southern cows, 38. 2603. TG;
native rows, 33.36(24.60: native heifers,
83. 40014.76; bulls, . $3.7604.10; cslvea,
18.40e7.60. ... . - ... . t .
HOUB Keceiptt, la.ouo neaa; maraet o
4$10e lower: top, 17.00; bulk of . sales,
86.6O0t.B6; heavy. t. 66(97. 00: packers,
lt.60Ot.87Hl pigs snd light, 15.76V
t 62 H
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 7.000
head; market 6010c higher; lambs, 17.20
7.65; ewes and yearlings, 15.0006.25;
western fed yearlings, I6.009!60; west
ern fed sheep. 14. 4001.75; stockers and
. Loals Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. . CATTLE-Reoelpts,
1.600 head, Including 4.600 Texans; market
steady; native snipping ana export steers.
$5.16fT.7S; dressed beef and butchers steers,
14.7b4ie.76: steers under 1,000 pounds, 1S.769
4.80; stockers snd feeders, 3.0O&4.06; cows
and heifers. 82.75436.26; canners, $1.90TO.0;
bulls, t2.2u3-4.0O; calves. 32.60fig.75; Texas
and Indian steers, ts.0O036.6O; cows and
HOGS Reoelpta. 8.000 head; market
higher; pigs and lights. 86.4O7.06; packers,
84 7fld7.05; butchers and best heavy, 66.90
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.600
hesd: market strong; native muttons, 63.0)
06.76; lambs 83.757.46; culls and bucks,
13.00ti4.00; stockers, liL763.36.
twek In Slarht.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western msrkets yesterday were ae follows:
untile, noon, oneep.
rants at 66s 6x1. Locally the market wag
steady and unchanged. No. 1 foundry
northern Is quoted at 326.26026 26; No, 1
foundry northern, 324-75ifi':i6.76: No. 1 foun
dry southern. 3-6 Omg 26.60; No. 8 foundry
. lxindon Closlnsr Btoeks.
LONDON, Feb. 6. Closing quotations on
Console, monay .... Mil
to sfd 10
a AV O... .1114
Canadian Paolto ....IM
fhoa. A Ohio 10
Chicago O. W 1H
C. M. A St. r HO
. A R. O "
to (t M
do lt pit Tl
to M pft HH
llllnol Central ....ll
U N 1V.
M.. K. AV T TT
N. Y. Cantrsl IM
Norfolk Wasters.. 17
do pfd M
Ont. AV Watrn MVt
Rand Mins ,. TM
touthera Ry 14
do pfd M
to. Paclflo M
IJalon Paclflo 177
to DM M
V. 6. Btl 45
to pfd lot
do Pft MVt
Bosnian a an
South Omaha, .,
Kansas City ...
St. Joseph ......
.80,313 62.113 82,611
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 6. CATTLW Receipts,
8,413 head; active and steady; natives, 14.50
04.76: cowa and heifers, 12.860460; Blockers
and feeders, 83 8ttj4 60.
HOGS Receipts. 3,613 head; mostly 10a
lower; top. 170?H; Duk of sales, 3&MT7.00.
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3,513
SILVER Bar. steady; 81 U-14d per ounoe.
MONEY-36'4 per cent.
The rate fit discount In the open narket
for short bills is 8i per cent; for three
months' bli;s. 4SQ4 11-16 per cent.
stem Copper Market.
Closing quotations sin Boston Copper mar
ket, reported by Logan A Bryan, 111 Doard
or Trade building, timana
Butts Coalition ....
Calustat AV Aiiions.-IM Qulocy
Calumet AV Heels Ml Shannon
Coppar Rang .
Orosao Ceo par ....
U 4 A Fltusurt.
6 Mohawk .............. 11
M Nevada Consolidated.. 17
It North Butts 111
10 Old Dominion ........ 14
I Oscaola IM
MPnsn. Barrio 11
MPnau. terries, pft... 10
4 Tamarack 141
MTnn. Copper IT
11 Trinity i.....
llVnltsd Fruit 10
14 t'oltsd Sta las, com... II S
II United Slatos, pft... 4
..111 l lsh Conaolidatst.,.. Tt
Assessment paid, 10c.
4 Utah Copper
11 Nlplaslag ....
Oils nnd Rosla.
OIL CITY; Pa . Feb. 6. OIL Credit bal
ances, 8168. Runs, 31,886 bblB.; average,
75,066 bbls.; shipments, 165.731 bbls.; ave
rage. lot.fiO bbls. ,.
SAVANNAH. Oa-. Feb. 5. OIL Turpen
tine, Arm; 7Hic. .
ROSIN Firm: stock, 74,786 bbls.j quote:
A, B, C, 1400; D, 14.06; E. 34.07H: F. 14.12H:
O, 84.12H; H. 14 40; I, 84.60: K, 15 00; M. 16.25;
N. 16.00; W O. 16.25; W W, 16.60.
t feeders.. 8T7 4 Ou 13 feeders. .1140
I feeders.. 1114 4 10 2 feeders.. 647
23 sows..... FT! 3 66 16 cows..... 881 I 60
feeders.. 1168 4 46 6 bulla.. ...12b 111
13 heifers.. 7 160 12 feeders.. 831 4 61
20 feeders.. 883 4 60 I cows..... 863 1 80
12 cows 110 1 80
HOOS The market this morning was 60
10c lower than yesterday, with The trade
dull at that. That dullness, however, was
dua largely to the reluctance of sellers to
take off and to their efforts to secure as
much as possible for their holdings. Tbe
hoge sold largely at !6.d4u.0, aa aaalnat
66 fc.'HO 66 yesterday. Over half of all the
boss yesterday brought ItKVt. while 1461
waa a popular price today. It was after
midday before all the hoga had changed
hmda and the close If snylhlnst was a lit.
tie easier, U being hard work to get over
66.66 for anything lata, with the lighter
bogs at ttu-n-
The decline today was apparently due to
the break in tbe provision market yester
day, together with unfavorable sJVtoes
from other selling points.
Dun's Report on Bank Clearings
3Mnh tesnriage M Jaaasry snow esansnsd heavy soMlsnaoaM laiwagh Che soaks sa atones KM
s a a sat. Thar Is s Urge Ms at Tw YsrkOlty.essapsret an i yw to M toa stty rodeeed
return ef wsassntleee Is MM If sw Ysrfc Mask asarxat mis year, ant this sue Is as great that a doc rosso
BsnearsUUMSaTgrafaMMMuikeUDaAge exeeet all praoodlag
years, and the 6Mal aw Jaaaary to la axoaa of Deasaeer sad the eroosdiag ssoaiaa. , Total tank
exelnagM st all kadi ng slttoslB the TJsMat glsfor Jaaaary an gUMlllS. 714. a osross of Al
par eant, ussart wlia a year ago, sat aa tsiniM ef Ml par esn. ever Jsaaaary, loot, wkes trade was
very setlvsi ewltmag (few York Olty. total exokaages are MJ64t3M,aaMerasaf 6.8 Bar seal,
ever s year age and 80.1 set seat ever Jasnary, 1900. Block marks! WsoMonoas st Maw yert aty la
Jaaasry wars srebably Mes thas ene-kalf Sks velum ef t ysaragei the srtaal termrsa are net yet
avalkbm. Pot Peostaber Ike tvenge sally voIbbm ef sessk tatos was S67j030 000 agslost 01O4.UOAMI
la Bscssabor, 1806, sat tin sa average ef gl'M.ailAOO dally la faaaary, 1MM, the tsersase this yesy
will he sossswhat I rates, Tkla hoary acgTsgsU ef atoek assilno a year sge snlaik hoary aoMlomoeM '
thraagh the tasks and eke tut areaoa l very Material Is tasoe eompartsoos. Avsrage dally beak
exchanges la Jsnnary were SSI. 10100 toes than la Jasaary, lOt. aod sioek Seallags WW show a
tastessi at ever gtOAXWW) dally, t- T"-ir rltVri Beat tltarlngi thr-a- tiraa laarasaa. si I nemhor
ef sWas s esasAdarable sstn. Bnslas rtserto laqroT exehaagee. hot at IWlsstBMa sad Pmsbaig there
Is s toss. Is Ss goats sxnssagas exeoot sets prasadlag years, aat MM West sad lels Ooest oostors
beak tlearlass anew a eseatesraMe lac rosso. Oeaparlaoa Is asste below ef beak exeaaass ky sscaona
Severing njree ysniei Mae Ins average sauy ggnres for Jaaasry ana Ike lArse sreeedlag aasetaa
vow sag last...
Peon . , . .
Mew kerfe OMy.....
rrar Asily i
11 7 .nM. 44
. 6lSl(4 T74
fltSV 1,61 T4 ltJ'AOAot.tlf . Al
rS7 747 isjO
ilOl Ji H47
. . 816.344.016
. 406 tt OoO
4-8 i. i
IB has tar WsM sank oxahOMCss ikas a farther tsresse Is trod, ant taore are awMwerthy (alas at
sack hntwrtoat setaMss t a saoa Clly. S. rsul, Osaaka and Oeavsr. At Mlsaeasolla eaak eksarlngt are
abon BM asass s yasr sgs, wsMik Is raohar laasarkabM esnotterlsg UM ikrsm tal lass la the Soar
aaarket IAU year. The SjaTaras M tstasl are prlato4 selow i
stlu mt iM -m
. rwi ......
Col. Sa-Bga ...
14 410 'JKI
1 A a. ill
11. 614 tfii
t'i ;tt at
1 AO. 7b J
8 J -q-7
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