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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1910.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Traden Ply Wheat (or Decline, but
Grain Kcmaint Steady.
,4 COEN EECEIPTS OAIS HEAVY
.- -' ki x . . .
( wh Valet' 'ftlantfV- Hre-er, ' mm
Em rHuHriit)r ftelllaa; Is .
i Reported ' . oatatae
' .' ?, '. Dealers,
! . i ' OM ArtJu'-Nob., Jan. 10. 110.
The ht market was strawy with vei-y
lift 1 ohatigoa, but the tendency .was down
ward. Traders arc inclined ! play (or a
decline, but without much success, as, th.
market . has pjenty of friend who are
willing buyer,, and thnre Is little chance
of any materia) break until railroad facil
ities Irriornv the. -rerelnta. ' '. -
. r w Corn receipt
( ues slumped
, fV are Inclined '
, T a break to '
f . I L .. .
uorn receipta were heavy, and caan vai-
and' MM the option, nuns
to take profits and wait for
Wheat was nn-voua aallfiur strong early.
but eased back again on the lower clos
ing rablpx and further selling by outside
country dealers. Caul wbeat was weak and
did not bring within He of Saturday a
Torn held fairly steady with the excep
tion of a, few weak spot", when selling
wan heavy1. Receipts we'e liberal and the
poorer grade were slow and lower, while
the top grades brought bettr price.
Primary wheat receipt .were 750,000. bush
el and the hlpment were 17.000 bushels,
against rncelptu lat year of 5tr7,i)09 nuahcla
and shipment of 125.000 bushels.
Primary corn receipt were 6fi.000 bush
els and shipment were 158.O0O bushels,
against receipt lat year of 573.000 bushel
and shipment of 379.000 bu.shels.
Clearance were 88,000 bushels of corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed d to & lower on
wheat and 4d lower n corn. .
Iocal range of options; - ...
Artlcle. Open. High. Low. Close. Safy.
L ttvta I
Owtakei Cnaxt". lvtees.
wheat-no.--a hard, i osmwi oSi no. a
hard, 91.u7tfl.h8; No.. 4 hard. H.OOftl.OS; No.
2 spring, il.O&fcl.OU; No. 1 aprlng, il.OW
1.07, No. 2 durum, l,ttfc; No. 1 durum,
IKa&SlVio. - , ...
CORN No': t Vhlle. S2H0O.V; No. S white,
62(8UHc; No. 4 white, 14j3c: No. t yel
low, BlfartlVkc; No. 3 yellow, fiOtteio; No. 4
yellow. 67IHc; No. t, tlfi'SlVic; No. S, 6014
4(lc; No. ,4, 57hHo; no grade, 524i'56c.
OATS Standard. 46rd4V4c: No. 3 white,
45Vt&4Ac; No. 4 white, 4M4&4644U; No. 4 yel
. low, 4-(((j4ric.
BARLEY-No. 4, t460Ho; No. 1 ffed, 58
4JMk. - n
KYK-No. J,'7S74e; No. S. 7247Sc.
' Csirlat tleceipts, .
.' . r, Wheat Corn. Oats
Chicago -a..... W... ... V. 10 ,M7 72
Mlnncapoll ,...,V. 2H5
Omaha 46- ' liM 4
Ituiuth 32 - ...
( HICACiU ORA1.N AND ' PIIOVISIONS
.Features of the Trading ana Closlaaj
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Grain prices In gen
eral had a downward trend here today, al
though May wheat and corn registered a
Slight advance, at the qloee. Provisions
ruled generally loworC
Spasmodic adyancea and as rapid de
clines marked the trading lh wheat. May
was the most active month and was over
the greatest range. Its spread being lS4c,
ranging from 41.13 to 11.14V4. ' Sentiment
was largely bearish. ..The close was steady.
Final figure on the May delivery were
$1.13S4L13, V4o higher than Saturday's
cloce. .... 7-
hxpectation of large receipts of corn had
a bearish Influence. The range on all the
futures was c. The close was steady,
with May tic higher at t8c.
The oats pjt w. quiet, prices keeping
within a spread of Vc to. c. with a small
voluirfe TlfHrayles 'fhe efos' was stead?, 1
with May a shade lower, at 47Ti(n4T(ic.
In provisions pork closed 6c higher; lard,
$12.50. 10c lower, and ribs at )U.67S4, 2o
The leading futures rangta a follows:
Articles.) Open. Hltfh.l Ixiw. Close. Sat'y.
1 14 f 1 141 1 18 J
1 0J0H.il 1 0!it4
1 13H44,1 13M.H
1 H4 1 03S4
68S4.I 1 64
31 82V4I 21 82M4
21 K24 Ul W
ft 86 I 21 824
12 42V4I 12 60
11 60 ,
U 60 :
12 07 H
May... 11 40
No. I .
CaMt '.uotatlnna were as follows:
FLOUR-Flrm; winter patents, 16.205.80;
winter (Qalghts, t4.605.&0: spring straights,
l.f!5.00; bakers. M.266.90.
RVK No. 2. SlHlVio.
BARLKY reed or mixing, 62i&6Gc; fair to
cnotce malting, cwr7Zo.
K EDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern. 12 08
No. 1 northwestern, 12 18. Timothy, 113.80.
f ' I ... .. r tO TlttM IK .
PROVISIONS Mess pork per bbl., I21.87W
4j 22.00. Iard, per 100 lbs., I12.KV6 12524.
Short ribs, side (loose), til. STi'a 11.75; short
Clear sides (boxed), 111.760 12.00.
. .Iiitai clearances ol wheat and floor -were
' , f I to 264,000 bu. Primary receipts were
If 'w bu., compared with 507,000 bu the
V responding dy year ago. The visible
. .jpiy of wheat In the .United SlattM dti
. ased Ofil.000 bu. for the, week. The amount
. breadstuff a on octan passage Increased
U.'.uuu bu. estimate receipts for tomorrow
N.heat, 37 cars; corn, 432 cars; oats, 122
oais; hogs, it.uou Dead.
Chicago Cash Price Wheat: No. I red,
I.20M.2T; No. t hard, tl.Wl.n; No. I
I, Hid. tl.10bl.16; No. 1 northern sDrlns-
ll.164.rl.17; No. I northern spring, Jl.lfrji
No. I spring, l.irai.iavt. uorn: No,
! cash. 64Wc; No. 4. WWc: No. 4 yellow
e-Zutlo; No. 2 white, 4He; No. t white, 47tf
..... V . ... I . - . . " a, .a. i -
bl'TTKR Steady ; creameries,
fc.UOS necclpts, 1.802 cases. Mmket
steady; at mark, oases Included, 24SW-WV,c
tlrsts. 36v; prime firsts, 3Sc.
CHEESli Steady; daisies, 16gil7o
twins, lhWalsc; Young Americas, 16V4C
long horns, lCWc.
POTATOES steady; choice to fancy, 4Sr
eve, inn io iuwi, .t((njo.
POl l.TRY Strong; turkeys, 17o; chick
ens, 16c; springs, lfic.
VEAL Steady; 60 to flO-lb. weights. 8Wc
60 to 6-lb. weights. Sup 10c; S6 to 110-lb.
Keceipts Today Wheat, 10 cars; corn, 2S7
cars; oats, 72 cars. Estimated tomorrow-.
Wheat, 27 cars; corn, 432 cars; oats, 122
Visible Supply of Grata.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10,-The following Is
the New York produce exchange's state
ment of -the visible supply of grain In the
United States, January :
Wheat, 27.077.000 , U96.0U0
Corn, 1.406.000 "V41.0U0
Oats, 10.Srt7,O00 813.000
Rye. 7H6.000 Itt.tmu
I tar ley, J.kal.OOO 64,000
The visible supply of wheat In Canada
last Saturday waa (.638,000 bushels, de
crease of 4 A QUO. . . f
'Increase. -- ...
i LI veronal Grain Market.
'LIVERPOOL. Jan. 10.J-WHEAT SDot
closing dull; No, i red western winter, no
stcMH, futures, sttady; March, 8a6'd; May
CORN -Spot. easy; new American mixed
6s 7d; old American mixed. &8d: futures,
quiet; J urinary mixed, .5a 64)d; January
PEAS Canadian, sleadA ?s td.
FLOUR Winter patuita, steady, 83s 64.
I I 4 PBORIA.' Jan. 10 -CORN-Lower; No, 2
, jf i1'1. 64o; No. I yellow, 644c; No. X
"V " No. 4, 62c; no grade, 624i67c.
f rATS-Flrm; No. 3 white. 47Vc; No. 4
f wllte, 4t.Jj4v; standard. 47Wo.
Taleda Need Market.
TOI.F.IWV O. Jan. 10 SEKIk tMover:
v (J: Februajy. -W.oij March, D ID;
Arm, x.n: October.' rt.Tr: prime old.
K.W; No. 2. 18 88; rejected. neglected,
tlmtthv. prime, fl. 8ft; alflke,
prime, 8805; March. IS.1S.
SEW YORK OK15RAx. MiRrtr.T
Qaotatlnns af the Hay aa Varlaaa
NEW YORK. Jan. 10 FLOl'R Quotably
unchsnged. with trade quiet; spring patents,
Iii.40-u5.76; winter pstents. IS 40fl15.0; winter
extras No. 1. tKHit.90: Kansas straights,
$4.atMj.; winter straights. 5 40; "Prlne
clears, 64.40ti4.85; winter extras No. I, 64.40
ft4.56; receipts 21,0 bbl. t shipments. 13.M6
bbls..- Rye flour, firm; fair to good. 14.26
4 40: choice te fsnev. 4 4t34 . Buckwheat
flour, qnlett bulk. 12 00, nominal, per 100 lbs.
CORNMEAl-flteady; fine white and yel
low. tl.66ftl.60; coarse, tl.e601.60; klltt dried,
WH.-.. ... ..
RYE Firm; No. I weetem, H4o, f, . b.,
New York. ! '
BARLEY Steady; feeding. TOMo, nominal,
c. i. f , New York. .
WHEAT Spot, strong; No. I red. tl.XJ,
sales spot elevator domestic, and tl.JJ,
nominal, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern,
riuluth. tl 28; No. 2 hard winter, tl Wi,
nomlnsl. f. o. b.. afloat. The option mar
ket was very nervous and trading was
largely of a scattering character. Cables
were indifferent. Cash markets wore firm,
but commission houses t were good sellers
on the advances,. At the close prices were
H'fr'iC net lower. Export sales were twelve
losri. May, tl .KmM 16-16, closed at
tl.20i: Julv. tl.lOHtfl.im, closed st till.
Receipts. M.00O bu.; shipments, 27,840 'bu.
COHN Spot, steady; No. 2, 72'4e, elevator,
dnmcs'.lc; No. 2, 73o, delivered, nominal;
No. 2. 72'4c sales, f. o. b., afloat. The op
tion , market waa without traasaetions,
closing unchanged. May - closed at 76'4c.
Recolpts, A750 bu.; Shipments, 69.710 bu.
OATS Spot, firm;' mixed. 26 to 83 lbs.,
60c: natural white, 24 to S2 lbs. 524fjt4He;
clipped white, 34942 lbs., SVKitc. The op
tion market was without transactions,
oloatng tmohengtd. .May closed at &0Jc.
Receipts. 73.200 bu.
hay steady: Drim. 11.05: No. i. xi.w;
No. 3. Rna0o. - '
HIOES Dull: Central AnVrlca, 2o;
Bogota. ?1M.f(22c. .
LEATHRFt Stesdv: hemlock, firsts." Jti'9
2c; seconds, 23ij27o; thirds, 22'26; rejected,
PROVISIONS Pork, barely steadv; mess,
$24 0CKJ724.7S; family, tt6.0otfM.6O; short clears.
t26.0lVS 27.50. Beef, firm; mesa, ii.tni nw;
lamlly. tl6.0ftai6.M; beef hams, ti4 "iJt'W 00.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies. l3.00ifi
13.50; pickled hams, 13.50?f 1H.7T,. lara, easy;
middle west prime. U2.75iA12.t6; refined,
Htely; continent, 13.50; South America,
614.60; compound, 19.ougil.laei4.
TALI.OW-'Steady; prime city, w; raiuu-
try, wrc. t :
RICK Steady; domoenc, rffe; pairni,
KCTTER Steady to firm; western fac
tory, 24"tf26o; western Imitation creamery,
CHEESE Btrong; state, new iuu cream.
special. 17Hil8c; state new full cream,
enterribr. fanov. 17o; state, , new full
oream, October, best, lV4c; fctate; ne'! full
cream, late best, lfic; state, new I full
cream, common to good, 13164c; skims.
full to special. 22Wutftoi.
Rons-Firm: western extra firsts. 40c:
first, S8iR'.lc; lower grades, 3037c; refrlg
rorl.TKl-uressea, sirongi.,, western
chickens, 174j;23c; fowls, 134i'17V4c; turkeys,
2a& 24c. ... . M,
WBATIIKH IN THE GRAIN BELT
Generallr Fair Taesday and Not
Much C'kange In Temperature.
OMAHA. Jan. 10. 1910.
An area of markedly high pressure over
lies the eastern portion of the country,
with Its crest over the Ohio Yalley, and a
generally high pressure overlies the central
valleys and mountain region. Light snows
ate falling In the lower lake region and
upper Ohio valley, but unsettled with rains
prevails along the Paclflo c6asl, elsewhere
the weather is fair. Temperatures are
very much higher on the middle and south
ern slope of the Rocky mountains and east
over the central valleys to the lake region.
It Is colder over the northern Rooky moun
tain reaton and throughout the northwest.
The weather will probably continue ciouoy
or Dartlv oloudv. In this vicinity tonight
and Tuesday, with not much change In
Recoi j of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three yeara: "
19ia 1908. 1908. 1907.
Minimum temrjerature.... 16 22 28 '
Preololtatlon 00 .00 .00 T
Normal temperature ror icaay, at aegrecs.
!.'( in oreclniiatlon since .March L
6.18 Inches. ..; Jl J
Deficiency corresponding period In 1803.
Deficiency corresponaing penoa in. uvi,
L.. A. WELSH, L,ocai f orecaster.
St. I.oala General Market.
RT. LOTTIS. Jan. 10. WHEAT Closed
firm- track No. 2 red cash, tl.324fl.33: No.
2 hard, .Vi&.Vi May. tl.1844; July, tl.024.
CORN Futures steady; casn lower; iraca
No. 2 cash. 66c; No. 2 white, eve; May,
bhiac: Julv. eSC
OATS Steady ; iracn no. i casn, c;
No. 2 white, 50c;. May, 4,c; JUiy, 44C.
RYE Unchanged, 80c.
FLOlTRy Unchanged: red winter patents,
tn.756.15; extra fancy and straight, tS.15'31
6.66; liara winter clears, n.ifn.so.
SEED Timothy, t2.60iS1.60.
CflllX MEAL 83.10.
BRAN Firm; sacked (east track), 91.18
HAVi-Steady; timothy, $16.0018.00; prai
HEMP TWINE 7c.
. I '1.' I A V .ImV- ' I K I rr
tU.75. Lard lowtr; prime steam, t!2.16
12 36. Dry salt meats unchanged; boxed
extra shorts, I12.87V4; clear ribs, 212.67V4;
short clears, l3.iz4. waoon, sieaay; Doxea,
extra short, S14.1Sva; clear ribs, tl4.12V4
POULTRY Firm; cnicaens, ioc? springs,
14c; turkeys, lo; aucKS. nc; geese, so.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 3W4f36c
k'.flftS HiKher. 36c.
93.000 i 4.000
Outs, bu '
Kansas flty Grain- aad Previsions,
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 10. WHEAT Cash
unclmnired: No. 1 hard. tl.OBil.16: No. 3
tl.08tiil.13; No. 2 red, tl.22tal.28; No. 3, tl.18
4il.f.; May, tl.07H01.us dij juiy, i iu-si o,
CORN Nominally unchanged; No. !
mixed, 65c; No. 3, Mc; No. 2 white, 65c
No. t, 66c; May, erc bid; July, 67V4C, sal
OATS Nominally unchanged; No.
white, 4T(hf0('; No. t mixed, 444f45o.
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy, 313.25
613.50; choice prairie, tlO.T5o 11.00; choice
BUTTER creamery, extras, 36c; firsts,
83c; seconds, 81c; packing stock, tie.
EGGS Extras, 3V4o; firsts, 340; Cur
rent receipts, 32vtto; seconds and dirties
Wheat, ou i4H.ono w,io
Corn, bu Rt.OOo W.000
Oats, bu. 12,000 ' 27,000
Options at Kansas City:
I Open. High. Low. Close.
I I I
1 071 1 08H 1 074411 07B
7 I r
A asked. B bid.
Mlaaeaaella Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 10 WHEAT May.
ll.nvul 13; July, tl 13ta.l34. Cash: No.
1 hard. 11. la 1.164; No. 1 northern, 1.U4
fil.16; No. 1 northern, tl.l3&1.14: No. 1,
11. 111. IS.
COHN No. 1 yellow. .VMlKc.
OATS No. S white. 4&H1M4C.
RYE No. I. 76tf77o. t
BRAN In KOIb. sacks, t!2.60r?ml0. v.
FIOl'R In Wood. f. o. b. Minneapolis:
First patents. t6. 6tfy6.ti0; , eecond patents,
if. 4tru6.bt; first clears, I4.66a4.66; second
cloars, $3.80)3.00. t '.
rklladelpkla Prod ace Market.
PHILADELrHIA. Jan. W-PUTTER
Steady; extra western creamery, 17c; eg
tra western creamery, nearby prints, 3o.
ECJUS Firm, good demand; Pennsylvania
and other nsarby firsts, (fret cases) jHc at
mark: Pennsylvania and other current
receipts, (returnable cases) 86c at mark;
western, first, tfree casesl lac-at' mark;
aettern eurrent receipts, tfree cases) 33
16c at mark.
CHEEKK Firm; New Tork full creams,
choice, 1J; New York full creams, fair
to good, 16'4--tfl7e.
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 10-WHEAT-Flrm;
No. 1 northern, tl Kgl.80; No. 1 northern.
JI.l74.11a: May, 11.13V
BARLEY Samples. tif!it. . '
Elgin Baiter Market.
bilXliN. III., Jan. 18 Hl'TTER-Vrtn;
36c; tales fur the v. eek,- Wt,lut) pounds.
m STOCKS ANB BONDS
Speculation ia Stocks Haiti After An
MONET MARKET IS TIGHTER
aareme C'oart Decision flastalalac
Interstate Csnntre Commis
sion Istreutt tke
NEW YORK. Jan. 10 Speculation In
stocks halted again today, the dealings
after the activity of the first hour running
down to nominal proportions. The most
obvious explanation was the retardation In
the relaxation of the money marKet, nut
the supreme court decision sustaining the
Interstate Commerce commission Incrsased
Call loans touched 6 per cent In spite of
the easing tendency of the latter part of
last week.. 1
In foreign money markets the steadying
of discounts and the sentiment over the
money outlook presented much the same
eondltlons. American interior money mar
kets report no softening of rates, mercan
tile demands for Credits being well main
tained. The loan account of Interior banks
was lifted to a high figure at the period
of the last returns to the controller of the
currency by reason of large transfers of
loans from New York banks In November.
Various financial projects now working
out make another requirement on the
money market. For Instance, the New
York Insurance companies are parting Iwth
various securities of which they are re
quired to divest themselves In a given
period, including bank and trust company
This week's statement of the Imnerlal
Bank of Qermany. compared with last
week's, in whioh the annual settlement fig
ured, affords a striking example of the
elasticity in banklna resources so much
discussed at present. The German bank's
cash had Increased tl8.915,750, after last
weex s 23.7S,oo decrease: loans and dis
counts were reduced tW.023,000, following
last week's tll,074,760 Increase, while the
notes In circulation have contracted tl,
42U.2&0, following laut week's tl07,43,750 ex
pansion. '1 he remarkable rise In United States Ex
press was unexplained, but waa similar to
former movements In other stocks of that
group. The fertiliser stocks were affected
again by reports of an international com
bination. Copper trade advices were favor
able and the copper stocks were relatively
firm. The decrease In stocks of the metal
for December of between 11 01)0 000 and 13.-
000,000 pounds waa supplemented by trade
views or a demand likely to be stimulated
by any Indication of a material depletion
ot the existing surplus of the metal.
Bonds were irreauiui'. Total sales, oar
United States 2s declined U ner cent on
Number of sales and leadina Quotations
on stocks were as follows:
BiM. High. Low. Closa.
13,900 884 I74 "714
1,500 4 44 47Vt
4714 4V4 4IV
I. KW SflS 7 7M4
XiO 71 4 ' CS 4VH
7"0 (7 e; t
1"0 44 40 .
W0 M4 M
100 IT . 17 164
604 6 69
4,104 lOI 10014 M
1.600 126 121 12114
2.800 i4o4 liir ue
..... t 94 Vfc
'"ioo M4 R44
4.SO0 (14 M4 K!
14,700 1I2H 111 1316
800 liUSk 104i4 103
800 13 136 136
7,5.0 0i 784 7kV4
300 llo4 li ISO
2,1100 47 464 4
II, 800 1V4 0 W)
00 3 954 S54
4co ' w mt li
4ViO 1N.S -1HV4
aoo 7 n n
700 494 44 '44
1,900 63V4 1 41 '
Am. Beet Sugar
Am. Can pfd
Am. C. A P
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
Am. Ico Securities
Am. S. A R
Am. S. A R. pfd
Am. Sugar Rertnlng. .......
Am. T. A T
Am. Tobacoo pfd
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchleon pfd ,
Atlantic Uoaat Litis
Baltimore A Ohio
Bethlehem Steal '
Brooklrs Rapid Tr
Central Leather pfd
central of New Jersey
Cheaapeeke A Ohio
Chicago A Alton....
Chicago Ot. W., new
Chicago A N. W., ax-rlghu
C, M. A St. P
C, C, C. A St L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A 80 v
Colo. A So. let pfd
Colo. A 80. Sd pfd
Lielawara Ai Hudaon. ..,
6,400 1M4 ltti U4i
. 4.000 . 14 . . an. .
SOU lh las
100 614 614
DenTar A Rio Grande
D. A R. O. pfd IU...
rnettllera' Securities, ex-dlv
Brie let pfd
Erie 2d pfd
SOO fl 404 ' 40
400 154 lfi4 1W4
8,700 141 140 140
1,000 7W4 7 7IH4
M 14414 144 14
11.400 t.-.4 24 '4 84
18,700 14 604 04
S.S04 14 121 128
800 244 Hi
300 614 64 634
'"ioo 4S4 '444
100 70 70 70
l.tOO 1684 1644 1584
40 1S8V4 134 1374
700 714 7ifl4 704
1,100 60 41144
744 74 744
Ot. Northern pld, ei-dlr...
Oraat Northern Ore otfa....
Int. , Met pfd
International H a r eater ...
Int. Marina pfd
International pump . ,v .....
Kanaaa Cltx So
K. C. 80. pfd
Louisville A N
Minn. A St. L.
M., St. P. A S. 8. M
M , K. A T
M., K. A T. pld
N. R. R. of M. 1st pti......
New York Oentral
N. V., O. A W
Norfolk A W
4.700 lit '4 l-
1,010 4 414 48-14
l.(v) U4 88 Ml
800 . 824 81 U
4,800 1434 112S Ut
400 ! 414 414
11.900 M4 1864 l1
1,00 114)4 11"4 118'4l
t.VOO 9914 99 Ml
200 61 604 611
800 604 60 41
89,300 1644 1044 14
p., c, c a St. L
Pressed Steal Car
Pullman Palace Car....
Railway Steel Spring..
Republic 8tee,l pfd.....
Rock Inland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
St. U A 8. F. 8d pfd...
St. Louis 8. W
St. L. . W. pfd
Sloaa-Sheffleld S. A I...
Bo. Railway pfd
Texaa A Paolflo
T.. St. L. A W
T., St. L. A W. pfd....
Union Pacific pfd
tl. 8. Raaltjr
V. 8, Rubber
U. 8. Staol
U. S. Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ..
Weetera Maryland etfa. ..
Waattnghnues Bleotrlc ..
Wheeling A L. B
Am. Steal .foundry
United Dry Oooda
. 81,000 134 136
. 1,I0 32" 32
600 71 71
8O0 3 1S
. 1,408 tc 46
400 43 6
800 714 714
. 84,800 M2 1 14
eio ioa 102 iut
600 61 61 604
.164,74 14 't
700 114 174 184
t.000 6 4S M
14.900 1194 1144 1U
Total salea for the day, 640,100 share.
Bostoa Stocks aad Beads.
BOSTON, Jan. 10. Money, call loans, 6
ifi per cent; time loans, 66 per cent.
Alchlaon adj. 4a 94 Amalgamated ..
i0 4i lOOVtArKona Com. ..
Max. Central 4a 8Allantlo
ii.hlu, R R 111 Dune Coalition
...ia vai. at Arnona
...88SCal. A Haila....
...1X4 Copper Range .
Bomou A Albany.
Boiton A Maine.,
Boeton Bievated .
Fltchbura afd ....
Ill Pair weal
N Y.. N. H. A H...l&7Franklln
Union Pactnc lOranby ...
Am Aria. Cham.
47Orene Cananea ...
..log iaia Korala
,. 7 Maes Mining
Am. Pneu. Tub.
Amar. Sugar ....
Am. T. A
. ,llT4Nevada ..a.
Am." Weela f d.' lta01d Dominion'
Dnm. I. A
Edteoa Klac. Itlu.
Ucneral Electric .
Vaaa. Rlectrta ...
United 8. M
U. g. Steel
, . 14 Shannon
.. 40 Tamarack
. . 804 Trinity
..147 V. 8 Mining..
.. 4,U. t. oil
.. 41 Victoria
.. 64 North Butte ..
News York Mlatugr Stocks.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. -Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Allca 196 LaadTlll Cos. 4
Hrunewlck Con 9 Little Chief I
Com. Tunnel stock... 99 Meiican lm '
4a bonds 14 Ontario W7
Cos. Cat. A V ISO Ophir i u0
Hum sure '1 Standard to
Irou Silver 146 Yellow J ark at 11
WASHINOTON. Jan. 10 The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Truet Funds -.ld coin, t676.83l.869: silver
dollars. 4fi6. "UT.tXH); sliver dollars of l'DO.
HS4ton: silvtr CfrtlfUat; til's ending
General Fund-Standard silver dollars l.i
general fund. t4.7l,l1; enrrent liabilities,
tl01.18t.CW; working balance In treasury of
fices, IJt.Wl.lNUJ: In banks to credit of
treasurer of the t.'nlted. States, ,g;7.n;
subsidiary silver coin, tl7,113,ttW; minor coin,
tl.04li,tv; total balance In general fund,
Iffw York JWoney Markel.
NEW YORK. Jan. Ifli MONEY On call,
firm at 606 per cent; ruling rate. 64 per
pent; closing bid, 64 per cent; offered at t
per cent. . Time loans: firm; sixty flsys,
4414 per oent; ninety days, 4 '4 per cent;
six months, 44 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 445
8TERLINQ EXCHANGE Stead y. with
actual business In bankers' bills at 24.8370
$4.8386 for sixty-day bills and at 64 8670 for
demand; commercial bills. t4 834il4.834.
SILVER Bar, 6t4c: Mexican dollars, 44o.
BONDS Government, easy; railroad. Ir
regular. Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
lows; V. 8. la. r 1014Hnt. Met. 4m
io coupon lnlnt M.-M. 4S. 14
v. b. 4., rf . ...... invj k r. so. let a n
ia eoupon 11 U S. 6eb- 4 1M1.... 4
Allln-t hal. 1st t HltL A N. unl. 4 inti
Am. A(. 8 13 H , K. T. 1st 4s..
Am. T. A T. ct. 4s.. 10414 4o 4. v-i--. '
Am. Totaioeo 4s 74 Mo. Pirih 4....:... 1
do tm 1N. R. B. of kt. 4a. 4H
Armour A Co. 4t... MtN. Y. C. . !. lt
Alchlaon (on. 4s 1H do dob. 4. r
do ct 4 11!N. T . N. H. A H.
do ct. 6 IMS ot. 1444
At. C. L. 1st 4s M H. A W. lot e. 4s...
Hal. A Ohio 4a.
.... n do ct. 4...,
.... f.Sa Paclflo 4s Win
.... envi do U 74
.... mho. . U rrng. 4a 44t
,...10KiPin. ct. ia, 116. . 4444
do 8. W. I Ha
Brk. Tt. ot. 4
Can. of Oa. aa. .
ran. Uaathar 6
4 do coo. 4a lMt
C. of N. I. s. 6a
MHRoadlnf (an. 4 HV
Ches. A Ohio 4a. . . .1014 It. L. A 8. P. tg. 4a Mi,
do raf. 4a IO614 do gen. (a
Chtcaeo A A. ts... 74, It L. 8. W. t. 4a... W
C . B. A Q. J. 4a.... H V 1st gold 4a .... M4
do gan. 4a Mv Seaboard A. L. 4.. 44
C. M. A B P g lta So. Pacific ool. 4a.. M
C. R. I. A P. 0 4a.. W do ct. 4a .V
do cel. Sa KS do lM raf. 4 , '4
do rfs4e 81iSo. Railway 4a 10i
Coin. Ind. 4a 444 do gtt. 4a...-. 41
Colo. Mid. 4a 41 Union Pacific 4s 101 S
C. A 8 r. A a. 4ai .7 do ct. 4a 114,
D. A H. ct. 4a 104 do 1st A raf. 4a.... 7ta
D. A R. O. 4a M4 P. 8. Rubber 4a 104i
do raf. to.
74sl). S. Steal td 4a ltMj
47t Va.-Oaro. Cham. 6a.. K4
74tiWabaeh let 4a 1114
4114 do 1st A ai. 4s.... 74
71 Wartern Hi. 4a 44
Erie p. I. 4a......
do gan. 4a
do ct. aer. A..
do aartae B...
Oen Rlac. ct. 6a 1444Weit.' Rlac. ct. 4a.... 44
lit. Can. lat rf. 4a.. N Wla. Caotral 4s 84
Leaden Stock Market. '
LONDON, Jan. 10. American securities
opened quiet .and unchanged today. Light
buying caused 'a fractional advance during
the first hour. At noon the market was
steady, with prices ranging from unchanged
to higher than Saturday's New York
London closing stocks:
Console, money. ..IU 11-14 Uiulirllle A Naeh...l4J
do account U14-lMo., Kan. A Texas.. 61
Amal Copper MkNow York Central. . .,18144
Anaconda., 11 Norfolk A Waalarn. .1014
Atchleon 124 do pfd t
d pfd 1014 Ontario A Weeteni.. 61
Baltimore A Ohio. . .1UI4 pennajriTania 70V4
Canadian Pacific ....) R.nd Mines
Chesapeake A Ohio.. M4 Reading 44
Chi. Ureal Wei tarn.. 87t9outhorn Railway .. 85T4
Chi., Mil. A St. P..1M do pld 744
DeUeera 1S4 Southern Paclflo 1404
DenTer A Rio 0 68S4 Union Pacific ...:...
do pfd 84 do pfd 1064
Krla 8414 U. S. Steal 614
do 1st pfd 64 do ptd 1174
do 8d pfd .424 Wabash ..VI
Grand Trunk 214 do ptd 64
Illlnola Central 161 guanlah 4a 844
S1LVEK Firm at .24 8-lKd per ounce.
M ON K Y 2fu 2 4 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 8V8 6-16 per cent; for
three months' bills, per oent.
Local Securities, .
Quotations, furnished by Samuel Burns,
jr., 614 New York Life building, Omaha;
Armour & Co. 44a 1S. v.... 844 M
Beatrice Craamary pfd, 6 Pr cenjt..
City of Omaha 44 raf, 1W4........
City of Omaha 4ta, 1429
City of San Pranclaco 6s, 1918..,.'..
City of New York 4a, 1454
Cincinnati Oaa 6a, l:a
California O. A B te J937.... j...
Coiumbua, Nab., B. U te, Hl?....
City Oaa A Uleclrto, VtatarloO.....
Oudahy Packing Co. 6a, la4. ......
Independent Tel. aa, Wi ....
International Con. Co
Long Bell Lumbar Co. 6a, 19x3.'.'...
Michigan Btata Tel. 6a, lttM..,v-. ,
Nebraeka Telephone- atork ., . ....
Omaha Water Co. 6a, 144
. 10M4 '
. 49 .
. ea .
Omaha Oaa 6a, 1817 ......iu..
Omaha K. L. A P. Co. 4a, 1!U.,.,
Omaha B; L. A P. Co. pfd, 6 per cent 434'
Omaha A C. B. St. Rr. la. Hai.ttv., SUSS
Omaha A C B. St, Ry. pld, 6 pel sent 434.
Omaha 4 C 1. it lit., coin...,m,v.. 14
Omaha A C. B. Rr A B. pfd 44 '
81oux city Stock Yards pfd, 4 aer -cent 40
South Omaha raf. aa, 1911... ..... ..... I0014
Seattle Lighting Co. 4e, 1920. ...J 87 -
Union 8. V., South Omaha, 6 par oent.. 884
. OMAHA GENERAL JMABKBT;
Stable and Fancy Prodaea Prices Par
niched by Bayers and Wsjoloaalcra
GUTTER Creamery. No." i, delivered to
tne retail traae in l-io cartons, 87o: No. 1,
In fiA.IK llihu 'iU... Vn In 1 -IV, .nr,..nu
doc; In tio-lb. tubs, 844c; packing stock, solid
pack, zic, fresh rolls, 8840; fancy dairy,
tubs. 2ic. Market changes every Tuesday
POULTRY Dressed; Broilers, $6 a dog.;
springs, 14c; hens, 14c; cocks. 10c; ducks.
lbc; is else, 14c; turkeys, 2oc; pigeons, per
aoa., J.io. Alive: oroiieis, unaer a I OS,,
lie; over i lbs., 11c; hens, lie; oooks, 74o;
ducks, full feathered, 18c; geese, full feath
ered, loc; turkeys, 16c; guinea fowls, 13 a
aoz. ; pigeons, ouc per aos.
FISH All troxen. Trout, lie; white fish.
lie; picaeiei, ro; piae, ; eei, i&c; naa
douk, 1.1c; r-ianlBh mackerel, Uc; red-anap-per,
Uc; blueish, 16c; oodflsh, l;; flound
ers, uc; siiaa roe, uc; saunun. iuc; tau
Oi'S'iKRS Selects, small cans. 25c: larse.
40c; gallon, 41. wo; New i'ork Counts, smtiu.
sot; large, , 4uc; gallon, k.im: Baltimore,
siuiidaids, small. Uc; large, 3bc; gallon,
. FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy, hlghiy
colored navels. Ms. Ilia and"16H. oer box.
4-.tk; extra fancy, laKtiiy colored, navn,
150s. litis. Mdm and 2iiia t r iux. 8 J. 00. Lem
ons: Extra fuiicy, nous. 360c Ucr box. e6.uu:
choice, per box, 84.76 Grape fruit: Florida
Indian rtivers, 46s, 64s, 64s and 80s, per
box, I4.ua Tangerines: Flpridaa, 144s and
lw-a, per box, Z.Lu. Pineapples: Florida
Indian Rivers, 24s and 80s, per crate, U.tu.
Appiea: Beu Liavis, Colorado, very line
uuailty. per oox. ki.&o; wine. Maps, Col
oradu. blood red. ' tine auullty. Der box.
l2.tM; Jonathans, Colorado,, fine color, per
cox, fi.ou; ureeinngs, toiorauo, per box,
$1.60; Missouri Pippins, Colorado, very line
quality, per box, 1.7n; Genltam, Colorado,
per box, 1.6o io box-lots lue lessj; Iowa
Jonathans, our own pack, extra fancy, per
bbl., 46.60; Iowa Wine caps, our owu pack,
extra fanoy, per. bbl., 16.60; iowa-Mlssouri
Pippins, our own pack, extra fancy, per
bbl., 86.2b; fier Uavla. strictly No. i ins-
souii, per bbl., 4.60; ureenlngs.- New York
No. I, farmers' pacK, per uu,., 43.6 J (10-bbl.
lota, 83.60). Malaga grapes, owing to qual
ity and weight, per keg, ln.6v to 40.08.
Bananas, Port Limon or Changulnola, pet
lb. 4c tV-bunch lots. 3c). Cranberries.
extra fancy, long keeper, per bbl., 67.50;
good ior immtaiate use oniy, ao.io. cao
bags, Wisconsin Holland seed, per lb., lc.
Onions; Extra, Urge Red Oiobes, per .lb.,
8V4c; medium site. Red Globes, per lb., 8c;
epanisu, 00-10. crate, xi.do. eweet potatoes,
iansas, per i-tiu. bdi.. gj uo. celery. Call
fornla juiufio, pel Jog.. 76c.
Reef Cuts No. 1 ribs, I6V40, No. 1 ribs,
12c; No. a ribs, 6o; No. 1 loin, 18c; No. 1
10111, uyjc; jno. 4 toin, rc; no. 1 chuck,
7o; No 1 chucg. no; No. 8 chuck, 6o;
No. 1 round. Vc; No. 1 round, 7c: No. 1
round, 7c; No. 1 plate, ac; No. 1 plate,
di, no. 1 piate, tc.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10-COTTON-ThS cot
ton market opened firm at an advance of
4 to 10 points ana the active months sold
13 to 17 points net higher right after the
call. This was due to a renewal of the bull
support, covering and bullish ginning
figures. -But Liverpool cables were disap
pointing and there was heavy selling here
d- nouses wttn wan street ana western
connection, under which prices eased off.
with the market rather nervous during4 the
miauie 01 tne moriupg ana wun prices hold
ing only 1 or 8 points of Uie-eariy gain.
Futures opened firm; January, 16.70c;
March, 16.86c; May, 16.160; July, 16 13c;
August, 16.80c;' tieptewtber, 14.4."e; October,
Iliac; November, 13.60c, offered; Decem
ber, 1S.6H0, offered.
Futurta oloeed weak; January, 15, (Wo;
February, 16.U3o; March, 16.11c; April, l&.tlc;
May, 1634c; June. 16.81c; July, 11 S3c- Aa-
fust, 16c; September, 11.78c; October, 1116c;
Spot closed quiet, 40 points lower; mid
dling uplands, 14.46c; middling gulf. 16.70c;
sal.:, &.3O0 bales.
GALVESTON, Jan. lO.-.COTTON-Steady.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 10 COTTON
Spota were steady: low ordinsry, . 11 13-Wo
nominal; ordinary, USiC nominal; good ordi
nary, 14 1-lrtci strict good trdlnsry, 14-;
low mlildllng, 14 1614c; strict low mid
dling, 16c; middling. lfMc; strict mid
dling, ' 16c: good , middling. lfrc; strict
food middling, 13 15-I6c; njlddllng fair, 16
lc;' middling faly to fair. 16 7-16c; fdlr,
16 nominal; receipts, 7,418 bales; stock
1W2 06 bales.
ST. LOCI8, Jan. 10 COTTQN Un
changed: mlildllng, l.r.4c; ralej, note: re
cclptH, 2.9-8 balea; sliiprnems, 1,U4 bales'
stock. 41 li ba ex.
MAIM LIVE STOCK MARKET
Very Good Ban of Cattle for Frtt
HOO VALUES MAKE A BIO SLUKP
Larae Receipts at "keep ait Lanaba,
kat tlood Draant Holds Prices
l a to Last Week's Hlsjk
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 10. 1910.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Estimate Monday 6.6tt 4.8O0 8 820
Same day last week 1.606
Same day t weeks ago.. 1.14.1
Same day 1 weeks ago.. 1,)W7
Same day 4 weeks ago.. 6.761
Same' day last year 7,314
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
i10. 1909. Inc. Deo,
Cattle 3.611 IXVM 411
Hogs 46.KI4 67.8V 6 U.992
Sheep 87,418 17,68)1 .... M
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha tar the last
several days, with comparisons:
LkU. I 1810. (1909. 11. 11907. 11901. 1S05.104.
6 6t 4 16 t Ml I 141 I 4 64
C 76 86 t 21 6 11 4 391 4 81
I 4 401 4 89 e 7 t 43)
5 70' 4 K t 801 6 14 4 4ol 4 77
I 66 I t 33 t 82 4 47 4 48
6 78 4 111 ( 6 17i 4 4o 4 68
i 831 4 141 I 24 1 I 4 501 4 66
& 86 1 4 ii t 28 S ! I 00
t U 4 V I 23 6 2! 4 61, 4 62,
I 4 21 I W, t kV 4 el
1 48 I
Jan. 6 ...
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Vards, South Omaha, for
twenty-lour hours endina at 8 d. m. Satur
Cat tie. Hogs. Sheep.H'r's
C. M. & St. V. ....... 1 .
Unn Pacific 38 14 11
C. ft N. W east IS 11 11
C. 44 N. W., west 8 38 V 1
C. St. P. M. & 0 38 7 8
C. U. at g., east 6 11..
C. B. ft g., west 60 U 8 1
C. R. 1. ft P., east.... 7
Illinois Central....'. 1 ..
C. U. W....-. 1 1
Total receipts 257 71 35 4
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift & Company ....
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour & Company..
$84 6(0 1,223
St. Louis 1. Pkg. Co
Cud. from 8. St. Paul
W. R. Vansant Co 116
Benton Vansant 6t Lush 132
Stephens tiros. . ., 9
Hill & Son 251
F. B. Lewis 233
J. B. Root & Co 1
J. H. Bulla... 60.
L.' F. Hubs...... 76
U Wolf 264
McCreary k Carey 86
S. Werthelmer 140
11. F. Hamilton 9
Sullivan Bros 13
Lehmer Bros 12
T. J. Inghram 10
Io Rothsohlld 19
Mo. 64 Kan. -Calf. Co... 67
Cllne A Christy 46
Sol Uegan 7
otner ouyers 162
Total .... 5,627 8,121 6,63a
CATTLE Estimated receipts ot caAjle
this morning were very llbeial, but as h .s
been the case for some time back trains
were late, so that not over half of the
estimated receipt were on sale when the
market opened. Conditions were generally
unfavorable to selling Interests. Advice
from otner selling points were lower and
packing house buyers were very much in
clined to move slowly and wait for devel
opment before doing very much business,
'tne result was that the forenoon was
pretty well advanced before very, muon
ouslness was transacted. ,
Hie first cattle to sell were stockers and
feeders. The reoelpts of that kind ot cattle
vere not very" large, while there seemed
to be a very fair buying demand. The re
sult was Xhat anything at all deelrabie
met wltn ready sale ai good firm pnoea
as compared with last week's olose. The
trade 111 fact was In a very good and
healthy condition throughout. Among .the
receipts waa quite a Utile sprinkling,, of
Wyoming cattle, , ...
Beef steers, and the same waa true of
cows and heifers, were slow Boilers all
aa'y, . owing to unfavorable advices from
other selling points, and It was late before
a clearance waa effected. The condition
of the trade might be summed up aa slow to
yuotatlon on cattle: Good to choice
cuinfed steers, te.g&dj'i.sv, fair to
good co. nfed steers, 64.0u4j.S.36; com
mon to fair cornfed steers, J4.ootf6.Sli; good
to choice cornfed cows and heifers, 94.26oi
1.10; fair to good cornfed cows and heif
ers, 13 . 264.25: common to fair cornfed
Cows and heifers, 92.603.26; good to choice
stockers and feeders, 94.25i4ia.36; fair to
good cornfed stockers and feeders, 13.60HJ
4. lie; common to fair cornfed stockers ana
feeders. 12.7&j3.50; stock heifers. 18.7693.60;
veal calves, $3.50i7.75; bulla, stags, etc,
; Av.. Ft.
.1107 4 86
. 404 4 80
.1071 4 80
150 I 86
....1804 6 86
....U78 6 80
.1060 6 00
.101 5 10
IMS 4 00
1014 4 16
1024 4 80
44 4 40
4 4 44
1111 4 60
.'....UN 4 74
1144 4 84
..444 3 16 15
..IOOO I 86 17
.. tSl 8 16 11
.. ta 8 46 11
..11!8 8 Si 13
,. 816 4 46 4
.. M 1 ) 6......
..1111 4 00 1
.. 800 8 04 24
..680 8 IS 6
.. . 4 It 4
.. 7(1 4 80
..1040 3 54 t
..1610' 8 76 '1
..IS) 8 0
.. 714 I 80
1840 4 80
......1660 4 40
W0 8 81
130 7 40
114 7 00
.1KB 7 60
110 7 60
180 1 40
140 7 76
, 40 6 60
80 4 60
, 100 t 64
) 6 75
140 4 14
160 7 79
STOCKERS AND FLUUUKS.
4 67 1 00 14 447 8 60
14 404 3 60 3 476 3 88
4 407 3 60 4 764 i 10
14 711 3 60 . 4 440 4 14
4 61 t 74
HOGS It was one of the bluest kinds of
a blue Monday for sellers in the hog yards
this morning. Uhe estimate called for over
ninety loads, but only forty loads were on
hand for the eany market. Eastern ad
vices were highly discouraged from the
opening and local buyers kept out ot the
alleys until wen along in ine morning.
When they finally did show up sellers'
fears of a sharply lower market were more
than realized In the bids that they received.
Moat offers were right around 10916c
lower than Saturday's close, or, to put It
muaiy. just aooat luiaiuc lower man eat
urday's best time. About a dosen loads
changed hands on this basis, but Belling
interests were naturauy siow anout grant'
Ing such a large concession and the move.
ment was anything but active at the de
cline. Th popular bids for really aood
hogs were tM.2uti8.2G and It took an extra
good load to command a 30-oent bid. Com
mon lights and the poorer kinds of mixed
packing elicited bids all the way from 17.86
to s. la.
Aa the morning progressed and the
volume of actual business Increased, it be
came evident mat tne duik 01 sales would
show up Utile different from the bulk of
early bids. In short, the general market
waa right around a dime lower than last
week's cloee or just about 2oc lower than
Saturday's early trade. A considerable
portion of the hogs sold at 9K.16a8.26 and
tops reached 8S.321 as compared with Sat
urday's top of 13.55.
Ko. Av. th. Pr. No. AV. Bh. Pr.
4a. 118 ... 6 10 71 814 ... 6 86
1 141 ... 9 18 71 iti 40 I 14
10 ll ... 8 ll 84 87 ... la
4.', -! ... I 16 7 417 ... 8 84
74., 801 ... 8 , 74 40 Ill too 4 84
44 1M ... 6 17 18 141 leo 8 15
4 140 ... H 4 814 ... 6 It
4 Ill ... 80 m ... 1X7
t 8M ... 18 (U 1Z7 ... flu
at Ill ... 8 10 47 XU . . 1 10
I fl Ik! ... I 81 74 141 ISO I 1
4 144 0 I 84 6 gut 44 6 12
SHEEP The equation In the sheep ba'n
this morning differed very little from that
of most Monduys. The estimate called for
6.500 bead, but only twelve or fourteen car.
I loads were on hand for the early market.
1th only a normal run in sight and ac
tual supplies rather limited, buyers for
packers dixpiayed uo small degree of ac
tivity during first rounds and bought up
all of the better grade of both hep and
lamb lu vsry good sraaou. Cuiuinou aud
medium killers proved to be rather slow,
however, and It waa only after the beat
material had changed hands that the
poorer offerings began to move. Prloee on
Snod stuff ruled fully steady with last Krl
ay, whereas several odd bunches of green
short feds looked to be a shade lower. Gen
erally steady, with finished gradea favored,
would be the beet way of describing the
market as a whole' In s few words. There
was nothing really toppy Included In early
receipts, but fed lambs were good enough
to bring 98 66, and ewes sold at 96.60. One
double-deck of btirry-fed western lambs
changed hands at 18 89.
Nothing new developed In the feeder
branch of the trade. Practically every
thing on sale went to packers and, of
course, about the only kind of stock that
has been going back Into the onuntry lately
Is of a warmed-up or short-fed character,
so that It Is only the surplus of fair qual
ity receipts that finds an outlet In feeder
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs:
Oood to choice lnmba. 83 950H.76; fair to
good lambs. 17 764r8 26' good to light year
llnga, 17.3611180; good heavy yearlings,
t4 7MT7SS; good to choloe withers. 96.801J1
9.16; fair to good wethers, 16. 40416. 80; good
to choice ewes, $.V6Otr.0; fair to good
ewev 94 90 5.60,
267 fed lambs
174 fed lambs
19 western lambs
11 western ewes
8 western ewes
68 western ewee, culls ..,
13 western ewea
491 western lambs, feeders
183 western wethers
57 western lamb
51 western lamb, culls ...
74 7 86
CHICAGO LIVH STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady ta "trona Hogs Lower
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. CATTLE Receipts,
16,000 head; steady to Btrong; steers, 96.001?
8 10; cows, 13 5tt(.W; heifers, 8l.4O4m.uO;
bulls, t4.003S.16; calves, t3.00yi9.76; Stockors
and feeders, ta.7Sft6.60.
HOOS Receipts. 46,009 head; market 5f
10c lower; choice heavy. 98.7"t8.T8; butchers,
96 A64J8.75: light mixed. 98 501 ; choice
llarht IS ft V.t k riX. nankins efi ULfia CK. nls.
K.0W$ 50; bulk of sales, 8S.6O68.90.
nnu,n,r- a.nl UAMrJS Keceipts. IK.W'O
head: market ateadv: ahenn 84K0&.lxl:
lambs, 97.60iuy.00; yearlings. 95.ifrtj8.3o.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 10. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 18,000, Including l.OuO southerns; mar
ket steady to 100 higher; top. 97.40; choice
export and dressed beef steers, t.007.40:
fair to good, t4.80tji6.00; western steers. 94.60
fj'6.50; Blockers and feeders, 13.266.46;
southern steers, t4.00tft-6.26; southern cows,
t'.75"(i4.60; native cows. t2.0Qa6.36; native
heifers, tl.6OU.00; bulls, 13.406.10; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head; market lBc
lower; top, 18.45; bulk or sales, t8.KXij8.4r;
heavy. 't8.40d8.45: nackera and btitnhers.
9S.26fo8.46: light. 97.90W8O; pig-, JC.Wi7.75.
oncer An L LiAMMH'-Keceipts, 10,000;
market for sheep steady; for lambs 10c
lower: lambs. 16 85i)8.80: vearlinars. 18 75iH
7.50; wethers, t6.16th.00; ewes, 14.75iy6.60;
Blockers and feeders, tl.6O446.l6.
St. Loots Live Soci r.farket.
ST T.1TTTH Tn 1 A . A TT. r l.- r I .
8 700 Innluriln ... - .. 1. .
' . ............... ,vv wjm.int 1 1 to 1 n I ,
10c lower; native shipping and export steers,
QlUUiB Ul. . . . . . .
v.iro.w, uieaseu oeei ana Duioner steers,
13.4O7j4i.70; steers under 1.000 lbs., 34.1fftV4f ;
a.mlra.a .1 S 8 art nr . I
on. n b miiu I'-ruorn, yo.af a fr,- cows ana
hfttfT SLSifTft Oil- (wnnriArfm t9 1Ar9 ikn K..llo
9.XXiA.T: calves. $6.60(&.o6; Texas and In-
uiin ni-jurs, . ja-wtiv.w, cows ana neirers,
1! 7Kf A Kit
n eU QAg c. I k . . .
c-i 1-, eo.jvuo.ovi nuivners ana oem neavv.
SHEEP . AND LAMBS Roceipts, 2.70ft
H fit A lYtftrlraai mAmA haa-.A ... s .. aa n-
T a. """J 8848H.8T-J IIIU4 i,UlltJ,
f m mmuB' ?n.ovfl.w; ouua ana uuckb.
4o. tvmv-MJ, aLut-nrri, fa, JCK0'4.w.
St. JoMph Llv Stock Market.
ST TnaiTPtl tnM m fStmirtr
T .1, muii, 4w. aA a a LjEjIW
oelptB, 3,000 hea4; market prospecta weak
, " 1 1 . u . w. a, ut An. -
. 'wnci , n.cci p.wu i.w, cows ana
heifers, 12.50).fl0; calves, 13 OKS8.00.
HOOSRecelpts, 8,000 head; market lOitf
15c lower: ton. 88. 66: bulk ,.r u.u ta
8.45. " '
SHEEP Receipts, 1.600 head; market
aieauy; lamos, xo.owno.&B.
", Sloag City Ltre Mauck .Market.
BIOUX., CITT. Jan. lOCflpsclal Tele,
framjr CATTLE Receipts, 2,500 head
market for killers 10c lower: feeders iisiitv
beeves 14.268.25; cows and heifers, tl.lAM
6.26; feeders, 93.5094.76; stockers, 2.76a
4.00. v . .
.-..- .... . ..., ,vw iic.u , iiiaiaot. jdc
lower; range of prices, ts.10tf8.36; bulk of
aaaa 1-aLati WQ tiA- O 4MT
! .: Stoek la Slgkt.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western maraeis yesteraay:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 6,682 1800 8,320
Sioux City.......... 2,500 4,000
St. Joseph 8,000 8.000 1500
Kanaaa City 18,000 11,000 15,0u0
St. Louis 5,700 13,800 1,700
tjnicago 25,000 46,000 18,000
Total receipts 59,831 86,600 46,520
NEW TORK. Jan. 10. METALS-Stanrt
ard copper was firm today. Local dealers
quote lik copper at 813. Vfa 14.00; eleotro
lytic, tll.60ei3.75: casting;. tl8.2ofe.i2.oO. i-nn
don market steady; spot, XC1 12a 6d; futures.
xo ivit. j in sieaay; spot, e42.'&&4.ou: Jan
uary, .. tKfl,iz.N; L,onaon market lower;
spot closed, 148 Is 6d; futures, floO, 10s
Lead quiet; spot, 94.67Vifr4.72S4. London
market higher at 13 16a 8d. Spelter easy;
spot. 16.104(6. 2S; London market unchanged
at 23 6a 6d. The English Iron market was
higher with Cleveland warrants closing at
oi luvta. ino cnatrge was reported locally.
.iu. a iiiuiiui y noi lliern, 910.1014flllf.20; riO.
3 at 118.5519.00: No. 1 southern and No. J
soft at 118.60348.26. s
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 10 METTAL8 Lead,
tuner, aa.oa; spelter, lower, 0.tX),
NEW TORK, Jan. 10,-COFFEE-Market
for coffee futures opened barely steady at
unchanged prices to a decline of 10 Dolnts.
1n sympathy with the partial decline of
iianu at navrn ana tne loss or prg at
Hamburg. There seamed to be some fur
ther uncertainty regarding the probable
offerings of valorization coffee in local cir
cles and while there was only scattering
liquidation with offerings at no time heavy
the market found little support. The close
was Inactive at a net decline of fglO
points, saiee were oniy s.uuo Dags, includ
ing January at 6.860; March, 9.86c; May, 7c;
September, T.10iB7.16o; December, 7.06417.100,
Spot coffee, steady; Rio, No. 7, 8 ll-ieftMc;
"". i'o. a, wtc; mna coiree quiet
near aad Molasses.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. SUGAR Raw,
firm; muscavado, 880; test, 93.66; centrifu
gal, 86c: test, 14.05; molasses sugar, 8tc:
itei, a.jv. .neiiiiBu, sieaay; crusueu, 90.70
gre-nglated, 15.05; powdered, 15.16.
CT T "I T ' T SI Tan IA OflVif . , -
territory and western mediums, 5tf2c; fin.
mediums, 2oU24c: fine, llQllc.
C'leaBlasj Roads of Boalders.
PIERRE, 8. D.. Jan. 10. -(Special.) A
proposition was made to the county com
mlsaloners of this county today bv J. R
I'. Brown, that If the commissioners would
appropriate t!60, for the purpose of clear-
ing tne highways of the county of boulders,
which appear above the surfaoe. he wnnM
guarantee an equal sum to be donated
oy auto owners of the county, and
that the fund was properly used for
purpose for which it is Intended early
the spring. His proposition waa accented
and the money appropriated, to be made
available as soon as the auto owners show
up with their funds. The move Is a st
toward Improvement of the hlghwava
th. county and Brown Dromlsss to contin
his good roads move until the highways
of ths county show an Improvement.
Recluse Dies of Cold.
PIERRE. 8. P., Jan. 10,-(Speclal.)-Bernard
McMahon, an old recluse living on a
claim near Grindstone, died 'a few days
sgo from 111 health and exposure. Mc
Mahon had been In III health for some time
and had bten cared for by his neighbors,
whenever he would allow them to enter his
house for the purpose,, but he did not greet
them with any cordiality. One of the neigh
bors going to the house to look after the
wants of the old man, found lilm In h's
cellar with froren hands and feet. He
was taken In charge regardless of bis
protests, but died within twa days from the
effects ot ni illness and expohur.
SUGAR CHECKERS 10. PRISON
Quartet ConTicted of Sugar fraud.
Draw Year Sentences. -
SPITZEII S DOOM ' IS DELATED
Dork gasiertateadent, '' Alee-' roaad
Oallty. Collapsed Vaj x C"t,' at-.
arday aad Waa ,1'ssMt ta
NEW TORK. Jan. 10. Four former em
ployes of th. American Sugar Refining
company, convicted ol underweigrung
frauds, were sentenced to on. 'year's) Im
prisonment each by Judge Martin In th.
United States circuit court her. today. v
Th. men sentenced are Thomas Kehoe,
Edward A. Boyle. Patrick J. Heneasy and
John M. Coyle. '
The quartet were checkers on the docks
of the sugar company lit Williamsburg,
where discovery waa made that the scales
used to weigh sugar Imports had been tam
pered with. Aa a result Of this discovery
th. American Sugar Refining company re
imbursed the government to the extent of
more than 92,000,000 for evaded duties and
employes of th. compsny were indicted
Th. Jury convicted Oliver Ppltser, th
dock superintendent, and the four men
sentenced today. There was disagreement
over th. case of James FV Bendernagel,
th. cashier ot the refinery, one Of th. de
fendants. ' j
Spltser collapsed In court on Saturday
when a motion for a new trial for th. men
was argued and It was found that h. would
have to undergo 9 slight operation for an
Intestinal disorder. For this reason Judge
Martin today did not pronounce sentence
on him, but remanded him until Febru
Before sentencing th. mn the court de
nied a motion for a new trial. He took
Into consideration, howver. the Jury's rec
ommendation for mercy and said h. would
Impose on each of the four men a sen
tence of one year in the Blackwell Island
Damage Bait Cotnpromleed.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 10. The suit of
the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining company
against the American Sugar Refining com
pany to recover 130,000,000 damages was of
ficially ended today, when Judges Wlllson
and Audenreld handed down a decree In
common plena court authorising George H.
Earl, Jr., receiver' for the local concern,
to accept terms ot aettleroeht offered , by
the American Sugar Refining company.
The bondholders of the Pennsylvania
oompany will receive 1760,000 In cash and a
not. held agslnst the local plant by the
American company for 11,250,000 will be
surrendered with ite accompanying col
lateral. The suit was Instituted by Receiver Earl,
who alleged that through the loan of 11,250,-
000 to Adolph Segal, promoter of the Penn
sylvania company, the American Sugar Re
fining company prevented the opening of
the plant of the Pennsylvania company.
I 1 I
Senator Elkins , .
Chairman of Committee Will Support
WASHINGTON, Jan., 10-Senator Elkins,
chairman of th. committee on Interstate
commerce, will be the Instrument, of th.
administration In presenting to. the senate
th. administration bill for the amendment
of the Interstate commerce law. H. has
not decided Just when be will Introduoe the -measure,
but It will go in within the next
day or two.
The senator is known for his conserva
tism 1 nthk matter of railroad legislation,
but he has indicated to President Taft his
willingness to support this measure.
Although It Is along somewhat advanced '
lines, Mr. Elkins has reached the .conclu
sion that It fairly represents, . modern
thought He says publlo opinion demands
government regulation of the railroads and
he does not consider this .objectionable so
long as It stops short of goeinrrie'htal man
agement. He thinks th. bill will be en
acted Into law during the present, session.
Th. bill provides for a Jurisdictional court
to be composed tt five circuit court Judges,
who shaft serve by assignment of the chief
Justice for a term of five yeareY but no
two of the Judges' terms will expire at the
same time, and thus under all .circum
stances four ot the Judges will have had
several years' experience with These-technical
questions. . . , ( ,
When an order of the commission's con
tested In th. commerce oourv he .etlflon
of th. carrier taking the; matter Into the
court will not stay the operation ,Vpf the"
order, nor can It be enjoined except by
the oourt or by some member' ofj It, and
then only upon notice and hearlhgt except
In cases where Irrepaiiable injurg would
be caused by such notice and hearing. In
which case the court or Judge granting the
Injunction must make a finding from facts
to th. effect that Irrepariable Injury Would
result, . ' ' ,'.',.;,. '
Provision is made for the prosecution
and defense of all matters taken Into the
commerce court by the Department of Jus
tice, and for this purpose 'it Is proposed to
appoint an assistant to the attorney gen
eral, who shall have special charge of such
Apportionment of Fonda, . '
PIERRE, 8. D Jan. W (Special.) Th.
stats land department has madef the. Jan
uary apportionment of Inoome funds to
the various state Institutions entitled to
the same, the amount Befit out being as
follows: University, 1178.87 deaf gndldumb
school, 88.26; state training school. 115.80;
agricultural college, 1311.60; Madlsoh nor
mal. 1157.19; Spearfish normal, 1157.18;
Springfield normal, 1136.08; Aberdeen nor
mal, 1761.19; school of mine., 09.07; experi
ment substations, $11 20. ' f
The Copper Merger
Is Another and Greater 5
"CRIME OF AMALGAMATED"
Head what OHEM'S WKUKLY M'lV
LET IN OK MINING A Nil F I NAN OK
has to say about It. I.IHfcKAli TIUAL
HUBHCHll'TION HtKK. Atlress
A. J. 0REM a COMPANY
IT 111. I3H KltS . ..
CO ritate Street, Itostnn, Mans.
Brokers and Dealer
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