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TUB OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1900.
RAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Off at Opening, but Price
Back on Rally.
COEH SITUATION YET UNCHANGED
Shipping- Draitl Kot Good, tVhllo
Optlow Arc atroac aad Rallnaj
Steadllr HlgsT from He
re t Jlreak.
i OMAHA, Jan. I. 1909.
Cabl.s er Hd lower at th opening and
sent wheat rapidly lower. There was a
rally of buying later and priced were re
named. Tne demand for cash wheat from
miller ia increasing and some good sales
nave toon reported. Cash sales are heavy
and are bringing good values.
The corn situation la not changed. While
reoelpta continue moderate, the shipping de
mand la not good, and, on the other hand,
the options are strong and ruling ateadily
higher from the recent break, and cash
corn Is in an excellent poaittn.
Wheat opened with a buret of soiling,
which dropped price rapidly at the start,
loiter the heavy bull took the offerings.
strengthening valuta, and covering by the
early short aellera broutcht values up, cios
Ing above yesterday. May wheat opened at
fluISc and closed at tl.olV.
Corn itnitlnaes strong, witn no change In
the genera, outlook. Receipts are still nor
mal, but the options are ruling stronger
and cash values are steadily working
higher. There are siriing complaints aa to
, no shipping demand and on the whole
there ta not much of a movement. May
com ripened at oHc and closed at W4c.
Ptlniary wheat recelpta were 24f.,O0U hush
ela and shipments lo,,0t) bushels. against
receipts last year of 5ai. bushels and
slilpmenls of lx.nxO bushels.
Corn receipts mere 3i,ouO bushels and
shipments 477,'iO bushels, against receipts
last year of 6Ji.0"U bushels and shipments
or 44!Mi0 husliels.
Clearances weie tl.lVO bushels of corn,
bushels of Hats, and wheat and flour
eipial to 47NMI liiiHhels.
Liverpool limed higher on wheat and
tucl.iinur. a' !d lower on corn.
Local range of options:
I W rr fg.-m usrii
8 6: '4,1 8 Kh .VI ! 8 SO I 43
' I M 75 I 8 77W 8 75
8 I'.'-il 8 H6 I 8 W I IW I
Cash quotations were as follows:
K I M'K- Steady; winter patents, 84
fcai; winter straights, $4.4VaH : sprlhsj
etrslirtits. $4. Kii6. ; bakers. $.1 Vu.:6.
WHEAT No. 2 spring, 1 07V1 No. 3
spring. ll.Wfcl.OTH; No. 2 red. $I.05',1.9
niRS-No. 2. SSffoSc; No. yellow,
OATH No. I. Hoc; No. I white, 61V;
No. t white, &W6:.'V.
HVK-N'O. 2. 74fc74e.
HARIJOy-Jood feeding. C!c; fair to
choli e malting, KVhiVic.
fcKEDS Flag. No. 1 northwestern, II W 4.
Prime timothy, $4.00. Clover, contract
l'K)VlBiNS-f4hort rib, sides (loose).
$s.oi8.nn. I'ork. mess, per bbl., IU 4.Vti.16.6a
Ird. per 110 lbs., 88.60. Short clear sldVs
(l)iixed). tS ftlH. li.
Receipts and shlpmenU of flour and 'grain
were aa follows:
Flour, bids 1S.4'io l7.flno
Wheat, bu 12.0") I.W'O
Corn, bu 17.2 V3
Oats, bu 14.V 243.7110
Rye, bu 8. J.mn
Harloy, bu 62.WO 11.800
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was stead v: creameries, 223Sr;
dairies, ZlVff-c. Eggs, firm: at mark,
cases Included, If.'W'-'f'V; firsts. 3Vro;
prime firsts. 31-. Cheese, firm, l6H6c.
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Yas'y.
Wheat I I .
May... 1 1 01Si 1 (W4 1 fH 1
July... ., :, 9:k KP, 2H
May.. 1 H,4 6S 56V4
May. . 48 49 4K4 49 4S
Omaka Cask Triers.
WHKAT-No 2 hard. WVKrtl no; Nf. S
hard. 9ic!Wc; No. 4 liurd, !'Atl'J7c; No. 3
CORN No. 3. 54tc; ,No. 3 yellow, 54'4c;
No 8 while, o7l,4
OATS-No. 3. mixed, 47(U47c: No. 8 yel
low, 47AifHM-; No. 3 white. WUVe; No. 4
while. 47M7Uc: standard. 4i4c.
RYE No. 2. Tic; No. 3. 70c
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
4:1 M 13
t ill ACO UR AIX A5D rnv iiioN
KeatHres of the Trading; and Closing;
Prlres on Board of Trade.
'HIOAX, Jan. 8. A marked Improve
ment In the milling demand for the cash
grain' had a rt renal honing Influence on the
wheatmarket today. At the close prices
were a shade lower to V,c higher, compared
with the previous cloae. Corn and oata
closed, firm and provtstona steady.
Following a severe slump during the first
few minutes of trade, the wheat' market
1 allied sharply and continued firm the re
mainder of the day. . Tha docllna at the
start was due to general selling inspired to
soma extent ky - Uw normou movement
uf wheat from Argentina ftr the week, the
total being reported at W4.0K) bu, compared
wftli 4W,0u0 bu. the corresponding time a
year ago. The principal selling was of the
May delivery and the prion of this option
declined near lc In the first ten minutes
of tbo svaslon. A number of the leading
longs .then came to the rescue with vigor
ous support, which started active covering
by slmi!f.aml resulted in a full recovery..
Claim uf lurs sales of wheat to mills
were life tliroivghaot the last half Of -the
day anu largely accounted for the firmness.
The lcperts came from the northwest and
southwest and there was also a report
In circulation that GO.O'IO bu. had been sold
here. I'rices receded a trifle in the final
ball Uviu wn reuewed profit taking, but
to clone -was auraily. with. May at 1.07
and July at Clearances of wheat and
flour were eyual to sVs.uuu bu. Kxports
for -the week, as shown by Bradstreet's,
were equal to 8.786.nti0 bo.
The alunip In wheat caused a slight de
cline In corn pricea arly in the day, but
later settlement in the pit was bullish.
Receiving houses reported that offerings
from the country were more noerai, coijc
tlally those from lows, and that eastern
demand was leas urgent. The continued
mail recelp's, however, offset this factor.
The market cloaed firm, with prices a shade
to Ho higher, compared with the previous
cloae.' Final quotations on May were 6L7c
and An July a&rtijmc.
Okts diapluyed consistent strength
throughout the entire day. The market
closed firm, with prices up'VloJo to c,
final quotations on May being bio and on
Trade in provisions was dull and tha mar
ket was steady. I'rices at the close were
unchanged to Be higher.
Tho 4Ung futures ranged as fol.ows:
NEW YORK ;KEKAt. MARKET
((notations of the Day on Varlons
N'RW TORK. Jan. 8FTjOUR-Recelpts,
15.2no hbls.; exporm, J. WO bbls.; market
was quiet but firm. Minnesota patetits,
$S25(iT6.i; winter straights. 84rgi4.78;
Minnesota bnkerH. M.&fiH.eO; winter ex
tras, 8atioi4.-u; winter patents, 84.1&9&2;
winter nw grndes, 83 54.15. Rye flour,
quiet; fair to good. 83.6cj4.16; fancy, H Y(i
4.60. Buckwheat flour, quiet at t2-40Q!.6
per 1 lbs.
BUCKWHEAT Ihill; New Tor It state,
COR NMEAI Firm; fine white and yel
low, H.I-iim; kiln dried. 3.4o.
RYE Dull and easy; No. 2 western, 81c
t. o. b. New York.
BARLEY Steady; malting. 73fj7c C I. f.
WHEAT Receipts. 8.400 bu.; spot mar
ket firm; No. 2 red, ll.tfiHIj'l-WH. elevator;
No. 2 red, I1.C9H. f. o. b., afloat; No. 1
northern, Duluth, $1.19, f. o. b., afloat; No.
3 hard winter, tl.lti. f. o. b., afloat. Asido
from a brief decline at the opening wheat
was firm and quite active today, steadily
advancing prices, due to bull support, a
better cash demand, small receipts and
covering of shorts. It eased near the close,
however, and was finally net unchanged.
May, Il.lOi&'l.HS; closed, ll.lofr; July,
CORN Receipts, 18,000 bu. ; spot market
steady; No. 2, Sic, elevator, and 67c, f. o.
b., afloat; No. 2 wblte, nominal, and No. I
yellow, 874c, f. o. b., afloat; option mar
ket was without transactions, closing net
unchanged; May closed. 6sc; July, cloaed
(fc7c; September, closed 6H;c.
OATS Receipts, 74,726 bu.; exports, 1,800
ou.; spot steady, mixed, 26 to S3 lbs., b4C0
64Vic; natural white, 2 to 82 lbs., 64f(j07c;
clipped white, Xi to 42 lbs., 66tj.lc.
FEED Firm; sprint? bran, Jo,00(JjC5l3S;
middlings, 126.25; city, $.6.26.
HAY Dull; good to choice, 804i5c.
' HIDES Steady; Bogota, WVtWoe ; Cen
tral American, 21c.
PROVISIONS Beef, firm; family, $18.60
U'li.tv: mess, iU.iWaU.W: beef liama. i26MXd
28.00; jmcket. $14.5010.00; city extra India
mess. $26. OUCd 26.50. Cut meats, firm; pickled
neines, s.Dti09.2s ; pickled nams. $s.wo..
Iard, steady; western, $9.75S.95; refined,
steady; South American, lu.a6; continent,
$10.75; compound, $.74'i 7.12. I'ork,
steady; family, $18.0Ug i.uu; short clear.
iM.wii mess, iB.iwai.2B.
TAl.iW Steady city, ($2.00 per pkg.),
ic; country tpkgs. free), 5Ic.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra, i
fftiVtc; Japan, nominal.
BU'l TEH Steady; creamery extras, I&&
83c; western imitation creamery, firsts, 23
CHEESE Firm: unchanaed.
EOXS Easier; state. Pennsylvania and
neuriiy, brown and mixed, fancy. Mrn'Mc:
fair to choice, 3KaW; western firsts, 3lhtt(
if: torricisi firicve, seconds,
POUDTRY Alive, quiet; chickens. 14c;
fowls, lie; turkeys, liiclne; dressed, firm;
Western .chicken.- ltk&aoc;- western fowls, 12
tin Vac; w ester ji and oouthwestern turkeys.
WKATUER . tTt- THB GHAIX BELT
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market is Irregular, with Tone of
General lilt Heavy.
WEAKNESS GENERAL AT CLOSING
amber of Advance In Ohscnr
Issnes, While densatlonal, Have
NEW YORK, Jan. a There was a very
Irregular tone In the stock market at all
time today. Slocks whjch are often left
In an obscure position for Jong periods
were made conspicuous with successive
spurts to higher prices, but the tone of
the general list was distinctly heavy early
in the day in spite of these advances.
Eater, when the estimate of the week's
changes appeared, and partly nullified the
Impression made by the gold export en
gagements, there was some Improvement
In the general list, but weakness was gen
eral at the closing.
The Individual advances, wlUle sensa
tional to a degree, had no cause to ex
plain them. The bad effect produced by
the engagement of $2,900,000 for ahlpmont
to Pari tomorrow was due rather to Its
Indication of conditions in London than to
any direct effect apprehended In the local
money market. The movement is a meas
ure of relief for Ixindon from the Pari
demand, as yesterday' engagement for
South America was of relief from th de
mand from that source on Ixindon. The
liondon discount rate was sharply affected
today and report were received of a prob
able advance In the official discount rata
of the Bank of England and a movement
by that institution to accumulate gold.
The dimensions of the Inward movement
of cash ti the New York banks deprive
this proernyt of power to ala-m sentiment.
The treasury ha contributed $7,448,000 to
the bank thi week and the estimate
of the express movement from the interior
run to a large um. An important part of
the gain from the eubtreasury is on ac
count of redemption of national bank note
which ts also a feature of ilie movement
from the interior. The arrrint of bank
notes in the United States treasury has
risen again to over $30,000,000, the clerical
force of the department being; Insufficient
to keep up with the task of sorting them
for return to the issuing banks. The ef
fect of this 1 to find a temporary rest
ing place for them which relieves their
pressure on the circulation to some ex
tent. Some attention was given to the
wheat market In connection with the fear
that the low temperature might injure
the winter wheat crop In the absence of
--I""!" "ere firm; total sales par value
7 i, 000.
The following? war the closing quotation
vM uiui r, mini ponus
genera1 fund, exclusive of the
0d reserve, shows: Available
anee. $182.421. 88; gold coin and bullion.
$24,830,568; gold certificates, $4l,644.ti)ii.
IIEPOnT OF THE CLKABUU HOI JK
! OMAHA LIVE SIOCR MARKET
Transactions of the Associated Banks
for the Week.
NEW TORK, Jan. . BrHdstreet s bank
clearings report for the week ending Jsn
uary 7 shows sn aggregate of $a.37,!7.i0,
as agalnMl $2.578. 383. t"0 last week and $2,619.
J.ui In the eorrestondlng week st year.
The following ts a list of tbo cities:
Cattle Receipts Light and Market
HOG PRICES HOLD ABOUT LEVEL
CITIES. jciea.lne Inc. Dec.
Aa ('. a y
aw. C. r. pti
Am. Cattna Oil
Am. M. L. PM
Am. les Securities
Am. Llnwed Oil
Am. I.or.Amotlv pfd
Am. a. r
Am. a. & R. pra
Am. Sur Refining
Am. Tohscoo pfd
Anaconda Kin. Co., ei-dii 4,0
Atlantic Cout Lin
Hal. Jk Ohio pfd
Braoklra Rapid Tr
Central Laathar pfd
Central ot New Jersey..
ClMaapaaks V Ohio
Thlcasa (treat WeaUrn.
Chicago V N. W
C, M. aV at. P
C, C C. V Bt. L
Tolorada P. ft I
Colorado ft ftn
Colo, ft 80. lat pfd
Colo, ft Ss. Id pfd
Delaware A Hudaon....
Denver ft Rio Oranda..
D. ft R. G. pfd
Dlatlllars gscurltisa, ex-dlr l.luo
Bslea. HUh. Low. CI".
M'4 U 14
43 H 4.1U
1"4 104 V,
oo mis K'l 1S1
T,W0 I1114 lWVi 11"S
11 714 "i
J.50O 177'4 177 nV4
1,500 S2S 31 'I'M
tm 2.1S 230 131
12.809 W, 67S 68
t.0 84 14
WV liH'a 178
12.400 VA 14914 144
1.4410 71 704 7"
itl.70 (If lj 4'.'
t.Joo t4 .'.
l..Kt Hi, 14 84 4
l.mo 8414 S3
T.SOO 130 127
4,701) IP, 1S4
Artlolea-I OpeB.I High. Iw. Close. Yes y.
re 45 1
Snow Florrle for flat or day After m
OMAHA, Jan. S, 1S08.
The pressure continues high throughout
the northwest and east of the Kooky
Mountains. It is gradually decreasing over
trie central and wcaumi portions, and the
crest of the high is moving off the New
Kngland coast this morning. Temjierature
have moderated rapidly during the last
twenty-four hours from the Lake region
west over the central valleys to the Rocky
mountain and aero weather la limited ta
he extreme upper Mlsslastppl and upper
Missouri valleys and northwest. It con
tinues very cold in the nortnwest ana ex
treme upper valley, and will be somewhat
colder. In this vicinity tonight. A depres
sion ot decided energy has developed on
the Pacific slope, and is causing unsettled
weather west of the mountains. The east
ward movement of this low will troba,bly
bring snow flurries over this vicinity to
night or Saturday, with a rising tempera-
ure by Saturday nignt ana uunaay.
Omaha record of temperature and precip
itation compared with the corresponding
day of the last three years:
ivn. uu. imm.
Minimum temperature.... 6 24 3 -7
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 T
Normal temperature tot toaay, 21 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation since March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period in 1908,
Deficiency corresponding period in 1901
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
rwrtan tU Lt-4Ji-An4r4Maaa Hardware
Company, Una ana. ftwbraaas, Decembat
11 lMu Jiotlce i itereby given to ttos stock
holders of Ui Laa-OI-And reesen Hard
ware Company titat ia annua meeting at
ta atockhulder of la oouipany wl.i b
held at the office of the said company,
corner of Ninth and Harney sueets, in iu
city of Omaua. in UJS stats ox .abraaij.
en Tuesday. January li. A. L lu. 1
clock p. ra., tor' th purpoa ot elacun
a hoard of directors for lus company ta
erv during the ensuing year, and ta
transact sucu ulnar puaiuas a may t
pmsaalad at such meoUng. Attest t W. si.
Vaigs. awurauu'y; tl. ic. prwaident.
Th annual meeting of the stockholder of
Tha SouLb. Omaha and Western Railroad
Company, for the alec l ion of seven directors
and th transaction of such other business
aa may com befur tit meeting, will be
held at th office ot A. L. Mahler, corner
of Ninth and rarnara atreets, Omah
Kthuika. on Wednesday, the thirteenth
day of January, A. D. I, at 11 o'clock
a. ni. T. M. OtU(. BeoreUry.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEBTT1NQ NOTICE)
la hanliv alien that the annual meeting
of th Clock hoi Jars ot The Be Build. ng
ainntM will ba held at 4 o clock D. m.
Tuesday, January 1. 1J, at th office
of aaid cumpaoy In Th He bullmg
Omaha, for tha election of ft board of dl
rediMw for tha ensuing year and th trans
action of aueh other business as may prop
erty com before such meeting, it. A.
llABKtiJ , fleoreUry. Jds!4t
OFFICE THB CONSTRUCTING
Quartortnaater, Fori Robinson. Neb., Jan
uary . lJaV cWalad proposals for th ron
tructlon of a building for transformer
substation will be received here until 1 p
m. January 10. IDug, and then opened. Plans
and specifications may ba consulted and
Diana proposals and instruction to' bid
liars obtained at the otftca of the chief
auartanmaatexr at Ivenver, Omaha, St. Paul
and Chicago, depot quartermaster, St.
Louta. and at thi office. Knveiopaa ron
tain Ing proposals should ba Indorsed "Pro
posal for Transformer Substation" and ad
raased Captain F. T. Arnold. Conatruct
iagT Wuartarttiaalar, Fort Ksbinaon. Neb.
St. Low la Oeneral Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 8. WHEAT Firm:
track. No. 2 red. cash, I1.1H&1.1J; No. 2
hard. Il.OMjLOs: May. Jl.UIXul.t: July.
CORN 4Steaay: track, ro. 1 easn,
May, 61c; July, H4jilc; No. 2 white, vi
OAIN-nrn; iraca, jo. z casn. omrfj.P4jc:
May, 60e; July, 4uc; No. S white, 62ic,
KYB lllgner, (.c.
FLOUR Firmly held; red winter
nattnts. l4.901i5.S5; extra fancy and
straight, I4.i0w4.a0; hard winter clear.
3 60 -,,
rr.r.l iimoiny. a.vm.o.ia.
'BRAN Higher: Backed, eaat track.
hay BLeaay; iimotny, .wiOTm.w: prairie.
t Utt 11.00.
1KI COTTON XIJU9 i.vn.
HKMP TWINE Tc.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; jobbing.
$15.75. Lard, higher: prime steam, 19 80
ti40. lry salt meats, steady: boxed.
extr shorts, $9 B0; clear ribs, 19.(7 H;
snort cteara. in.os . nacon, uncnangeu;
boxed extra short. i0 &U; clear lib,
110 37 H
ruuii 1 ui viuiet; cnirxena nw;
springs, lie; turkey, 14c; duck, 104c;
Ht'iTKK uteaoy; creamery, ztyzzc.
EGOS Lower, 7c, caae count.
Brls lat pfd
Brla 14 pfd...--
Graat Norlham pfd
Great Northern Ore etfa.
Int. Mat. pfa
nt. Paper pfd
Kaneaa OUy So.
C. So. pfd
Minn. A St. L.
St. P. 8. 8. M....
M , K. A T
M . K. T. pifl
New York Central
N. T.. O. W
Norfolk A W
Pacific Mail .'.
C. C. a at. u
Preaaed Bteel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway gleel gprln
Hepublle gteel pfd
Rock Ieland c
Rock laland Cm. pfd
St. h. F 2d pfd...
8L Lrniia B. W
8t. L 8. W. pfd
Sloes-Sheffield a. I...
80. Pacific pis
So. Kail war pfd
Tina A Pacltio
Hi. U w
Bt. L. A W. pfd
t'nlon Partric pfd
V. 8. Rubtr 1
V. a. Rubber lat pfd....
V. A ate!
V. B. SleM pfd
Va.-Carr.lira Chemlial .
Va -Cro. uaem. pi
Weatinghouae Electrlo .
Wheeling A U K
New t irleans
I os Angeles
Washington. D. C...
Salt Lake City
V ore ester
Charleston. B. C
Wheeling, W. Va
Cedar Rapids, Ia
Fargo, N. D
Chester. Pa ,
Sioux Falls. 8. D....
South Rend, Ind
Bloomlngton, III ,
Columbia. 8. C
2.i7.i2s.Oii 20. l
37. CM. Oil 1 15.
29 .4i7 .('
a. 400,01101 2.81.
5 ffM oun1
5 gvl OHO
4. 321. nno I
2. 049.01 10
Seller Fall Force Price 1 p Mack
Sheep necelpts Are 1.1 akt
ud the Market I
POCTII OMAHA. J.in. 8. 1909.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sneep.
Official Monday . ,331 6.627 1.024
IMtH'lal JIVSlluy.t l.lWl 14..M
tfflclal Wednesday 2.97J 11.069 .i
Official Thursday J.Kii 7. Ail
Estimated Friday 1 soo f.OOO 4.W0
Five days this week 21.P73 48,877 34.35J
Same days last Week. .16.471 41.1(3 24. aW
Same days t weeks ago.. 8.137 21.714 9.K78
Same days 3 weeks ago.. 23. 37.041 81.6X7
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 23,R2 42.539 2,!70
Same davs last veir. .. .21.368 67,210 23.39
Th following table show the receipts of
rattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
iur i no year to dale, compared wicn last
ear: iyu. inc. ueo.
attl !.ii4a ia.ias 483
Hogs 57.07 78.138 21,051
Sheep J5.015 30,154 5.01S ,
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for th last
several days, with comparisons:
25. B ...
Dates. I 1909. l08. 19O7.19O6.19u5.19O4.190B.
Jan. 1.... 668 4 36! 624 S 411 14 64 6 83
Jen. 2.... & 75 4 3, 6 21 6 111 4 39 14 61 t 34
Jan. 3.... 4 4" f 2 5 7 4 43
Jan. 4.... 6 70 4 86 30 t 14 4 46 4 77
Jan. 6.... 6 65 I 6 W 5 22, 4 471 4 fix 28
Jan. 6.... 6 7784 4 81 6 17 4 461 4 68 f 84
Jan. 7.... 6 83 4 24) 6 24 4 60 4 66 ( 40
Jan. g.... ....... 4 23 f 28 6 26 4 60 6 43
The official numher nf rara nf atock
brought in today by each road was;
Cattle. Hon. Sheen. H'r'a.
aa. x et t S
V aoash 1
Missouri Pacific 1
Colon Pacific 6
& N. W., cast
A N. W.. west 23
C, St. P.. M. & 0 15
C, B. & Q , esst 8
J., B. & Q., west 10
C, R. I. t P., east.... f
C, R. I. & P., west
Illinois Central 1
Chicago GU Western... 1
Total receipt 76
The disposition of the day's receipt wa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the
number of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. BJieep
Live l'i 146
1,100 71 7214,
Kaasas City Grata and Provisions
KANSAS CITY, Jan. S.-WHEAT I'n
changed: May, II. 01V July. 91Tc; rash, No.
3 bard. I1.04rl.06; No. 3 hard. U.Oi.jl.n
No. 2 red. ri.08; No. 8 red, tl.OBiy 1.07.
CORN t'nehanged to Vo higher: May,
S8c: July. bc; c&ah. No. 2 mixed. f7c; No.
8 white, 6Mc; No. 3 white, 6W.
OATS Unchanged to Wo higher; No
white. suMilc; No. X 4ac.
RYK 7ta'T3c. .
HAY Steady; choic timothy. 8a.7bllO.00
choice pralne, JLbi'u9.0o; choice alfalfa.
BUTT tit Steady; creamery, S3c; (tack
ing stock. ic.
tKHJ Firm; fresh extras, 82Hc; current
Wheat, bu 63.600 81.000
Corn, bu If. Oof 17.000
Oats, bu (.000 8.000
Lireraaol Ural Mavrkel.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 8. WHEAT Spot. No
I red western winter, easy, 7s 3d: futures,
steady: Mart-it Ts id: May. 7a 7d.
CORN Spot, steady; new American mixed
(via ualveston), as 6d; futures, quiet; Jan
uary, iva; aiarcn, jm zi; alav, 6 zd.
I'EAS Cajiadmu. steady, 7s tjd.
PBORI A. III.. Jan. 8 CTVRN-If igher; No.
1 wnue. saw-: mv 1 yellow, to: Ni
yellow. 68c; No. 3. (c; No. 3. iic; No. 4,
OATS Higher; No. 8 whit. UWCUc
w. viiuic, wHire,c
.. 1.100 41V, 4044
S."0 12V 30
.. n.DOO 41V, 41 4ZV
.. 12.4I U 71V, 78V,
.. l.UOO 124 125 124
.. l.K Hi t!v, KIV,
,.. !. HV, 145 147
.. M.100 72', 7('H "'IV,
.. H.lue 44V, 42, 44
.. l.00 71 74 14
.. l.aoO 74 1 7SV4
.. to.m u, 12
.. l.K "IV, MVt KtVi
.. J.1W0 t7V4 IKV, V,
400 11 74 V, 74 V,
... K 42H 1414, 141
uu S5V, 444, 14
... 11. 6O) 114
00 1U4, 103 K
.. ,4"0 ', S9 6SVi
1U0 4 4J7 411
2-0 48 47 47
,.. U,300 141 14.1 14(
60O 2i'i tf tf
(Oil 81! 16
... 61. 0 26 24
... 45.XW 6.1 l
... 1,700 42 40
1-10 23 22
U 12 62
0 18 7
... 17.W0 HO 11 ll
() 111 121 1-1
... 14.60U 17 26
... 4.40V 4.i 41
,.. l.KM 4i 47
... I.4X0 S4 li
HI 4' 4k
... t.JOO 71 71
... 71.M0 11 171 1WI
... l.K 7 K.
HOI 14 34 13
300 K' l- 1"6
... 17,6 61 62
... 1.1(10 111 1U 111
K 44 41
... 1.10S 46 44 44
... 1.M0 11 1 !
... Sl.aOO 62 4 11
... TOO M M
100 61 .
... lJO 12 11 K
... 1,M 17 W M
... 1.JU0 127 1 12
1 14H OdOl 16 9
l.tWiO.ool IK. 2
71. POO! 20.6
359. OnO I
Not Included In totals because containing
Other items than clearings.
Bostea Stocks and Bond.
BOSTON. Jan. 8. Monev. call Inane. Aft
per ceni; time loans, a'SriM', por cent,
1 losing quotations:
Atrhlaoo adj. 4s M Atlantlo
.KW Butte Coalition ..
,10(iCal. A Arizona...
.100CaI. & Heels
.13ftOofper Range ....
Atchlaon R. R
Bnfltoo A Albany..
Bnetoa A Maine...
Hoaton Elevated ..
Pltrtaburg pfd 1.11 Franklin
N. T., N. H. at H...1S4 Oranbr
t'nlon Pacific lMiOreene Cananra
Am. Arse. Chem 851ale Rnrale
do pfd 14 Maaa. Mining ...
Am. Pneu. Tube 4 Michigan
Aaier. Sugar 12 Mohawk
do pfd 121 Mont. c. A C...
Am. T. A T 12T Nevada
Am. Woolen 30 old Dominion ...
do pfd MOsreola
IKimlnlon I. ft B 1H Parrot
Edl.on Rlar. Illu...
t'nlted 8. M
C. 8. Steel
. el Tamarack
.120 I'nlted Popper
. B. Mining..
. 21 V. 8. Oil
. W North Butt .
London Stock Market
LONDON, Jan. 8. American securities
were Irregular during the early session
today. Reading and Pennsylvania were
steady and above parity, but the rest of
the list eased off and ruled from Wu
peiow yesterday fvew xorg closing.
London closing stock quotations:
Ceoaola, money l'Mo., Kan. A Teiaa.. 44
do account 81New York Central. . ..1.11
Anaconda luNorfolk A Weatcra.. 8K
Al'JllMn iua 00 pra 11
do pfd luaOntario A Western.. 43
Baltimore A Ohio. ..114 Penneylvanta
Canadun Pacific ...la: Rand Mines 1
Cheaapeaka A Okie.. H Reading
Chi. Oreat Vi'eatern.. oulsera Railway .. .
ini., aiii. ex bi. r..io do pin
Am. T. A T. Co-
Total sale for tna oar, ia.aue aoaiea.
Kaw York Master Market.
ara-ur YORK. Jan. 8. MONEY On call.
... . i ivid-'Vi. car cent: ruling rate. 2 per
cent: cloalng bid. 14 Pr cent; offered at
3 per cent- lima juium, wj, uj uu,
2V.4I-2A: per cent; ninety day. 23 per
cent; six months. 3iiH: per cent.
PRIMU MERCANTILE PAPER S4
I"r r,". wnjivfir eiM.. .iiv
iia.1 business In bankers' bill at 14 MHOa
4.1a for alx4y-day bills and at 14.8720 for
demand: commercial Bins, w.ti-xui.
rlLVr.rt rar, ojvac, Mtaicaii uuiun,
PONDS UovernmenL steady; railroad.
tirm. , .
Th following were in closing quotation
on bond yesterday:
V. ref. la, reg....ld Int. Met. 4s 77
a c. am. a iw
.lfi Man. e. g. 4s IS
.! Me. Oaatral 4a M
.110 'do 1M Inc 24
. lJIMlDC. A Bt. L 4a.... M
. 1M., K. A T. ia tt
.17 do ts w
.llN. R. R. at M. c. 4a 80
. M N. T. C. g. Sa H
1"1N. J. C. g. U 127
.107 No. Pacific 4a luS
. K do la 71
...I'M", at w. 0. 4a 4
V. 8. la. ra
V 8. 4a, ri
Am. Tobacco 4a..,
Atchlaon gen. is..
do adj. 4s
do ev. 4s
do cv. aa
Atlantic C. L ia..
Bal. A Okla ia..
Brk. R. T. ev. 4a...
Central of Oa. la....
do lat ino
do 2d Inc
do Id Inc
Chee. A Otile 4a...
nhicaso A A. la.
C, B. A Q. a. ia...
C. R. I. P. 4 .'
do cel. la
de rfd. ia
CCC. A St. L g. is.
Colo. lad. ta
Cols. Mid. 4s
Cola. A So. 4a.
Del. A H. cv. is..,
n. a k. a. is
Brie m. i. ie
da gea. ia
Hotk. VaL 4a....
to U aarlea.
14 O. . U rfdg. ia. M
. a--rana. cv. 1 lis... va
.1' a eoa. 4a 104
. n rtaaaiag gen. ia iiw
. w Rep. ol Cuba la Km
.a L A I. M e ta.l(
.!) BC L A g. t. fg. is. 86
. It 81. U . W. s. 4a... 7
. rT8aaboerd A U is.... k
. TT8o. Partfla 4s i
o da lat 4a. h
. laa. Railway ta lu(
. V'ieiaa at r. ia lis
. T.. at L. 1 W. u . u
. II I'aloa Pactflo is. li
. 14 a cv. is Iu4
.101 C. g. Steel Id is.. ...1K
. 11 Wabaak le 111
. MWaaters Md. ta S4
. ' . m l m. aa.
.!' Wis. CeatraJ ie a
. n . 1 , r . il a a
. cv. Is etfa 116
. 8Laks Baore ia 1M1... a.
OMAHA. Jan. 8. Rank clearirg for to
aay war e434.ooit.: and for the oorre
spundlug data last year 8I.M0.383.H.
WA8HTNOTON. Jan. 8 Today etate-
menl ot ta treasury balance la the
nSutaern Paclflo ...
. t'nlon Pmclflo
,. U do pfd
. 1IU. 8. Steel
.. 60 do pfd
.. V. a bean
.. 11 do pfd
steady at 23 ll-16d
Denver A Rle O...
do lat pfd
o 2d pfd
lllu.au Central ....
Leutaville a Hash.
MONEY lffflU per cent
The rate of discount in tha nnen market
for short bills Is iii'2 per cent; for three
month puis, z-'a. 1-10 per cent.
Kew York Mining; Stock.
NEAV YORK, Jan. 8. Closing Quotation
on mining stocks:
bruuawtrk Cwa. ..
Com. Tunnel stock.
Con. t.'al. A Va
30 Lea dy Ilia Con.
1 l.iule thief ,.
Utf Tallow Jacket .
Omaha Packing Co....
Bwift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
Krey Packing Co ,
Cudahy P k g. Co., K.
Vansant A Co
Carey 4k. Benton
Hill & Son
Huston dt Co
J. li. Hoot & Co
J. If. Bulla
McCreary & Carey
M. Hagerty & Co
F. O. Inghram
Bt. Louis Packing Co.
Other buyer ,
b villi ic1 irijnfPiic'P'tr e?An c
This storo was closed for live days ever since last Monday mark
ing down goods for the great4?8t sale of Us kind ever hold In Omaha,
We expect every man and woman In Omah to do their duty ana
att?nd this sale, no matter how far yon live. We bought this stock:
from the Omaha Clothing Co.. at 1316-1318 Farnam St.. at 60c on the
dollar. Now is your opportunity will you reap the benefit?
JUST A WORD
As representative of a large Institution. I want to say just a word
to those that are going; to attend this sale. I want you to come here
expecting to get the biggest bargains you ever got. We never misrep
resent. Any National Bank of St. Louis will tell you we are responsi
ble and guarantee each and every article as represented. We bought
this stock from the Omaha Clothing Co. cheap, and we will sell It
cheap. Be sure and call early. Signed.
ST. LOUIS SALVAGE & WRECKING COMPANY.
J. J. Mitchell. Manager.
Barker. Cluett, K. &
W. and other brands
.2,200 8.486 4,6.3
ciattlk HtcelDts of cattle weri com
paratively light, a is usually the case on
a K.lday, and the market was Just about
In the aum condition oa yeateraay. w 11.11
few desirable corn-fed cattle there Were
offered commanded fully steady prices, but
there wa a general dinpositkm oa the part
of buyers to shade prlues on the medium
and common stuff and the market closed
slow to a little lower on the general run
of beef teeis. Advices from other mar
kets were not particularly builisn ana me
week closes with a rather easier tone to
the trade, although value In general are
pretty clos to l62Se. higher for the week.
Thera wera onlv about twenty-five car
of cow and heifers on sal and the offer
ings were not at all choice or fancy, ixxsu
packers did most of th buying and paid
riirht around steady nrices for anything
at all useful In the way of butcher or beef
stock, but all classes or ouyers were in
clined to bid lower on the medium stuff,
and as a rule It took shaded prices to move
the commoner grades. Fat cows and heif
ers a re fullv 2F,c Metier for the week, and
the hlghet that they have been for several
months. . .
There wa very little doing m the stocker
and feeder line, as the offerings were
limited, but a good clearance has been
made for the week and prices show con
siderable strength all along the line. The
general tone to the market Is very strong,
although the volume of business for the
weelr l,m been comnnrstlvelv small.
Onotntinns on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfed steer. '.40i7.e.'5: fair to g-ood corn
fed steers, lfi.40(5r.2S: common to fair corn
fed steers, S4.004M.f5: good to choice cows
and belters, It Re M); fair to good cows
and heifers. 33 !S 40: common to fair cows
and heifers. S3 Hr3.-00: stok heifers, S2.50
(S3. B0: veal calves. 83.0O(7.Ofl: bulls, stags
etc.. S3 00W5.no: rood to choice stockers and
feeders. S4.75J'.40: fair to good storkers
and feeders. Si.Pofti.fiO: common to fair
stockers snd feeders. S3.0trS 86.
HOC Receipts of hog today numbered
127 cars, about head. With the In
centive given the trade yesterday seller
went into tne market mis morning witn
prettv strong views, but failed to force
any material Improvement. While the de
mand waa pretty liberal Duyers wera not
inclined to improve prices materially on any
kind, and for common, mixed and thin atuff
there was no Improvement noted. 1 he mar
ket was a little later in getting started with
the early trade on good kinds in the neigh
borhood or steady to be nigner, Witn tin
I 2c I
rift i T
$2.50 HATS 69c
Both tlff and soft
$1.50 Wool Un
Pure Lamb wool, wa
$30 mi $35 Salts
These are all Strotis
Bro. high art hand
;allored Hults. No
be-ttPr r a d y-tnade
$15 and $17.50
GREAT VALUES FOR THE PRICE
$18.00 Cravenettes $7.08
116.00 Overcoats $4.98
$22.50 Overcoats 8.98
$30.00 and $36.00 Overcoats $13.48
$50.00 Silk Plush Lined Overcoats,
Muekrat Collars $21.75
$7.60 Lng rants Suits $2.98
$6.60 Hoys 2-iiece Suits $1.98
$2.00 Flannel Shirts 09d
26c Cashmere Hose 12 'it
26c Heavy Wool Sox
60c Boys' Sweater Coats. .
$2.50 Men's Sweater Coats
$1.60 Lion Brand Shirts. .
$3.60 Fine Soft Hats
Patent Leather Shoes , . .
60c Cotton Ribbed Underwear
$1.00 Silk Suspenders
15c Linen Collars. . . ,
$18.50 Fur CoaU. . .
$22.50 Fur Coats. . .
up-tS-T. rl UHMATCIIABLE BARGAINS
K'Bi li in (i turn
60c Bilk Handkerchiefs. .. -15
$2.00 Boys' Shoes $1.19
$2.60 Men's Working Shoes
$7.50 Corduroy Duck Coats, sheep
$3.00 Duck Coats $1.49
50c Working Shirts 35
'75c Striped Overalls 35
1 Oc Rockford Sox , . . 3
$2.00 Fine Wool Underwear.59 $
10c Red and Blue Handkerchle U,
LADIES' GOODS SACRIFICEID
We must get rid of this whole ladles' department at
once. Goods sold less than half. Now is your time.
Skirts $14 to $22.60 value,
Skirts worth up to $12.50,
$16.60 and $20.04) value
$12.60 and $16.00 value
$10.00 and $12.00 Waists,
$22.60 Plush Jackets,
LADIES' LOXQ COATH
$35 Coats $12.98
$25 Coata $fi.98
$15 Coats $'3.48
$12.60 Fancy Coney Brf.
$4.50 Black Marten Scrarf,
$10 Opossum Fur Scarfs.
at f 13.98
$22.60 Isabella Fox.6.95
$3.00 Fur Scarfs OStt
$15 Russian and Squirrel
$14 Squirrel Scarf . . 84.48
$60 Jackets $27.50
$35 Fur Capes. . .$12.98
1316-1318 Farnam fSU
TexM and Indian cows, $S.O06.); native
cows and heifers. 1.7Sf4.50.
HOGS Receipts. 14.001) head; pigs. 4.!M
5.76; packers. T).9i&.06; butcher and best
LAM ps Kftceipis, i.wiu
Ulng largely at lo.i.xfi.05 m.rV,,i atrailv' native muttons. 4
and a top on up to 6.W, the highest prieee;2S: ittmbs. lu.sji.; culls and buegs,
saaoliuil In im ca (Ima i"V 1 1 tuti4aa Sf I ha 1-vo mrt I V . . . . . r . , . . .
IJ.uoti.bo; iiocKera, s.iwtju.ou.
reached In some time. Outside of the best
hogs the trade was slow throughout and(
while prices realized were about steady!
bolder of the common kliKra were forced
to peunie ineir oiierings inrougnout me
morning. The best that could be said re
garding the market would be to call it
steady to 5c higher than yesterday's aver
BHKKF With only eighteen ears of sheep
In sight this morning tha- niarket ruled
rather dull, with prices no better than
steady on th newt grade and lUQlbc lower
on medium and common stuff. Dealer
loaded up rather heavily yesterday and a
a rule were rather Indifferent buyer this
morning. However, good yearlings brought
a price fully steady with yesterday.
Receipts for the week were fairly liberal
for this season of the year and were Urger
than for the previous week by several thou
sand head and were also very much heavier
than for the corresponding Week of last
vciir. At no time has tne demand been bet
ter than during this week. I'rices have
been pushed upward on all fat lambs, year
lings, ewes and wethers vrSOc over last
week's closing figures and are now at the
highest point reached in months. Iambs
sold during the week up to $7.75, yearlings
up to $d.(6 and ewes at $5.06, record prices
for the season. The demand from packet
has been especially brisk and the trade
throughout the week has been very Kalis
factory as viewed from a sellers stand
point. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs, $7 .004i"7.7C: fair to good lambs.
$6.oK)7.oo; feeding lambs. $4 6ii 60; good to
Stork In Sight.
Receipt of llv tock at the gig principal
western market yeterday: .
Sioux City ...
St. IjouI ....
Canie. Hogs. fheeT
.... Lift) .( i.(M
.... 1.6"0 6.
.... 1,200 ,J l,)il)
.... 4,'JUi) ,"Ol 4.0K)
11S 14,00 l.ti
.... 4.UJ0 24.000 10,000
14.213 71700 21,300
Kansaa City Lis Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4,000 bead, including 400 south
erns; msrket slow nd steady; choice ex
port nJ dresbed beef steers. U.204J 7.00,
fair to good, $t.9048.10; western niters.
14 00(6 DO; stocker and feeders, $3.40':
5. SO; southern steers, $4.25j .50; south
ern cows, $:.75J4 06; native cows, 1.00
ft5.25. ns.tlv heifers, $3-50 & 6.00: bull
$3.004t D.Otl; calves, $4.00tB25.
HOGS Hex elpts, ia.000 head; market
string, top. $6.15: bulk ctf sales. $&.70W
10; hey, 5.04j6.15; pacJiers and
butchers. $5 S6a . 1 ; . light. $5.5o4t
6. US; pigs, $4.7&rt( 5.0O.
AKU LAMBS Receipt, 4.000
head: mii.rket atrong; western lambs,
$7.DU; lambs. 6.f.0(t7.90: ewe and year
ling'. $4J0&6.6&; west yearlings,
l&. 76 7.00J western ehenai. $4 O0'B.50;
stocktrh auid feeders, $3.005.00.
CHICAGO fcrVE UTOIK MARKET
Cattle sd fibres HtravlywUoa;a Fir
to Ten Cent Higher.
CHICAGO. Jan. 8 CATTLK-Sleeelpta
estimated, 44 head; tyiarket steady!
steem, $4.60M.75; cows, 3 0mn6.W: heifers,
$S.0j33.76: bulla, $3.a(ffH.; calTe, tlSnrj
9. Oo; stockers and fueders. 2.80'i(i.lo.
HOG-Rerelpts, estimated. 2400 had;
markut tijloe higher; choice heavy ship
ping, $6.:Krr.4f.; butchers $8 2535; light
iiilxel, S..TiV(T.4: cholc light $6 9fifj.20:
packing-. .m.10; pigs, $4 604o6; bulk ol
B if KEF AND IvAMBS-Rei;elpts. est!
mated. 10.000 head: market stfadv; sheen,
$4.0"U90; lambs, $5.i&.10; ytarllngs, I4.a
1 C7 .25.
NEW YORK. Jan. l-COTTON The mar
ket opened firm at an advance of 6' choice light yearlings. '$6 40&S.&5; ' good to
points on firm cables, talk of better spot
niarket. covering and scatlariiur ammoi-t
The advance carried May up to S.oss; and
attracted realising, under which prices
eased off and later ruled aoout 1 to
points net higher.
Cotton futures opened firm; January,
06c; March, tJ7c; May. S.Mc; July, S.vuc;
August, a. Hoc, bid; October, s.7uc.
Spot cotton cloaed quiet, 1 points ad
vance; middling upland .4ot; middling
gulf, t.jic; sates, l.buu bales.
Cotton future closed very steady; Jan
uary, rote; February, .07c; March, tile;
April, .0oo; May. .lle; June, .04c; July
04c; August, S.SSJc; geptembex, 8.84c; Oc
tober, 8. Tic; November, 8.72c-; December.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 8 COTTON-Bpot
teady, low ordinary, 4 9- 16c, nominal; or
dinary, &Se, nominal; good ordinary,
813-1 tic; low middling, 8 3-ltic; middling,
8 16-ltir; good middling, 9 5-ltic; middling
fair. 811-ltk-; fair, 10 7-16. nominal. Re
ceipts, 10,49 bales; stock. 34H.&5 bale.
BT. LOl'18. Jan. 8.-OOTTON-8teady;
middling. Vc; salegT 27o bales; receipts.
1,7,'Ji bales; shlpmenU, l.bJSt bales; stock
choice heavy yearlings, Jii.X '; fei dlng
yearungs, et.tsKqa.uu; gima to eijoirn wetaers.
$D.biD.au; feeding wethers, 4 oofa 4 60; good
to choice ewes, $4 Ibwo li; fair to gKl
ewes, $4.2K4-4.7; feeding ewes, i.HuS.';
culls and Lucks, $l.uutil0O.
Joaeph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. 8 CATTLE Receipt,
l.SiO head; market for steer loti'loc lower,
for cow and heifers steady; steer, U&3
8 75; cows and heifers, i.JUiyi.'S; calve.
IIO3S Receipt, 8,010 head; market tady
to to higher; tup, H i"; bulk of sales, $i.u4i)
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,00
head; market steady; lambs, $6.&ot76.
NEW TORK. Jan. --COFFEE-Futures
closed steady, net unchanged to & points
higher, gale were reporud of JU.iuO bags.
Including January at s.Tor, March at -W
I.8&C, May at fc.MMio.toc, July at 6 7jt, Au
gust at e.toc, September at S.65ft5.iic and
December at t 86c. gfxit coffee, steady: No
7 Klo, "tPTp; No. 4 Santos. 8Stlc. Mild
coffee, dull. Curdwva, lUl-V,c,
loax City Live Stork Market.
KlOt'X CITY, Jan. 8. (Special Telegram.)
CATTLE Receipts, l.&uu head; market
wak; lvea, $4.ou4'7.00; fat cow and heif
er. 84.0oua.0o: buUher st-ick, $3.0H44.(;
lct deta, $..7iyi'4.75; yerallngs, $3 OtxjH.uu.
HOJft Receipts, 6,0ou head: market
Steady: range of prices. $5.6cti6.46; bulk uf
sales, to. ivio.bu.
St. Loals LI Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 8. CATTLE Receipts
LU iuutd, iucludinc 312 had Tum
market ateady; native alilt.Dlnn. and aivra.rt
slews, So.Oiru iv dressed beef god buU-har
steers. 4.t; SO; ateera uiuiar 1 tail lh
U-tMg to; stockers and feeder. $i.764jtTO;J
wi.sO; bulls, 7i.7ii6.)i ai've, 5.0u5C6o; g.
Is desired by all of us, whether It be In the matter ot
money, valuables or ourselves. ,
If It Is a question of money, can you do better than
your money In a bank of the known strength and stability
of the First National Bank of Omaha?
If it is a question of your valuables, why not use the
of this bavakT
Three hundred new boxes hav Just been added to the
already large equipment 100 of them rent tor $3.00 a
year each. Larger ones In proportion.
Thirteenth and Farnam St$,
Safety Deposit Taoltg
is ou 18th street.
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