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THE HEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1910.
l I.'ff ai AM) r v & k h k r
Decline it Wheat it Checked on Local
DEARS ASE LESS AGGRESSIVE
Kirmrn Ket Willing; tn ('II Their
Orsln at Present Price and Are
Holding Oa Cora Hold
OMAHA. Jan. 20. 1910.
The decline In wheat ai checked for the
time being thl 'mornlr.g. Bears' were In
clined to be lees aggressive; being fa. Isfled
mlth the result of a 7c decline during the
last ten day. Farmer are nut Mlllng
teller of wheat at there prlcea and are
watting for another advance.
Corn proved steadier with wheat and
trader were Inclined Id fo-lleve prlr had
been discounted enough for the present.
Wheat waa flrtn In ia:e ot lower cable
and idrnt bearlah new. Casti people were
favoring the buying at this level and
premiums, are atlll otferrd for good milling
wheat- and the decline hfta been checked
for the time at least.
After a steady opening roth toad ay sharp
rally and advanced ateadlly under Rood
buying, both In option and the cash mar
ket. Sentiment la unanlmou that corn value
are well worth -then prlcea,- :
Primary wheat receipt were 742.000 bu.
and shipment were IM.flOO ;bu... against re
ceipt last year of 148,000 bu. and sntptnents
of 249,008 bu.
Primary corn v receipt ' wtre 707.OOO- bu.
and lilpmenta were 607,000 bu., against re
ceipt lant year of 873,000 bu. and shipment!
Of 649.000 bu.
Clearance were 180,000 4u. of corn, 2,000
bu. of oats and wheat and flour equal to
Llvj rpool closed- H& Td l,ower on wheat
and unchanged on corn. '
Local ran if e of option:. ,, , ',
A rticle.! Open. High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
M . If..
1 02141 1 03SS.1 . 103
66 . 64H
4Ti ' 46
: - : I
'. , ('; . Omaha ,4jmn Price.
WHBAT-No. I hard, ft Oftil .06: No,' a
hard,: $1 .W Val.04'.; No. 4 hard, -evoteliol;
rejected bard. UmMc; No. 2 iprlng, fi.O,
l.ui'i; Xq. 1 prlng, 11.00-0 1.04; No. 2 durum.
2i(iti4c: No. i durum, 9lU93a. t
CURN-No. I white, 4ii4ro; MO. 1 white,
634(Utt4e:"No. white, 6Z&2Ve;: No. 2 yel
low, VigKM; No. I yellow, 61'-i4f6Io; No. 4
yellow, 674tuSc; No. J, 8a&63c; No. t, Uij
lc; No. 4, r?ftrJtc; 'n1 grade, 6O'0?c.
OATS Hiandsrd, 4747'jot No. t white.
464ie: No. 4 whit. 464fi46T:' No. 3 yel
low, 46$.4'c: No. 4 yellow;, 46U46c; No.'
nusea, 4B'(f46a, .
BA KLEi' ISO. 4. 60HelHo; ,N0. 1 feed,
6M)trt0c. .f- ': ,
tiiK-No. 2. T4(S7M4c: No. 3, ,73i&74o. .
Wheat.' Corn. Oat
-'it 246 75
105 ,... ...
Omaha ;,, 45
Duluth , 73
t lllt AtlO GRAIN AMD
Feature of the Tradlna; and Closing
Prices oti Board of Tr)de. .
CHICAOO, Jait 20. Grain advanced, . In
prlcea today, wiping out an Initial decline
and closing from HfiHo hlifher than Ihe
previous clone. Provisions, wjth hs excep
tion of January ribs, rulod ounHlatcntiy
lower and finished from 10u-3rVjCi lower than
the previous final figure.
The wheat pit-w the principal-battlefield
for speculator. A general bullet that
1 the Increased northwest arrival of late
""have been, ,. principally,, delayed ' train
loads and might not continue' contributed
to the strength! of the bullish sentiment.
The future traveled over a range Of from
mio. to 10. May -fell off to 1.0e'4'
1.0 and later advanced to 11.0!), closing
A noticeable demand from country
trader changed weak start 'In-the corn
pit u an appreciable advance. After fall
ing bff-frrnUl'M flWopeMlwfc-triiUei
the future gathered trn(rth and moved
over a range of from liaiVic, May ad
vancing from Sliifesnc. May clotted -c
higher .than yesterday's final quota
tions at 68Ho, the other future showing
similar advances - ' 'v
"M Trade In oai look cheer .from wheat and
Toirn and advano3 most of tha day. The
Vi-maiid for cash oat Improved and helped
the forward' movement, which was checked
front time to time by heavy commission
selling on the bulges. The range for thu
day was from Hftc. May closed Hic
In provisions the different products
ranged from 105B'27Vi0 lower.
Th leailinu utuies ranged a follows:
Article. Open. Hlh.l Low. Close. Tes'y.
ii Jan. '
21 56 -21
11 63 V,
No. I ' . ' ,
Cit quotation were a follows:
fljirru ......... . .
R0; winter straights
-kralghts. t4.80tit6.00; b
f HVK No. 2. 7JH40. -i
BARLEY Feed pr
winter straights, . t5.0O,r'6.6O; sprlitg
v BAnLti-f ffa pr mixing, 6&S8c; fair
Ciu uuuii cr IIin.ll.IIIK, OTlt ( JSC.
SEEDS Flax. No. 1 s.Kithwetern, 12 08
., No. 1 northwestern, 13.12.. Timothy. 12 76a
',.&.. Clover-. 114.70.
PUOVISIONH-Pork. mess, per lbl fl 60
t21.tS!Vi. "Lard, per 10 lbs.. 112 40,i.t
Short rlha'stdua (loose), $11 6O"(il2.00; short
clear Hide (boxed), 112.12V, (.11.26.
Chicago Cah Prices Wheat: No. red
n.W124: No. S red, tU-vffttS, nominal; No
2 lard, 91.101.13; No. 2 hard, 1107&113; No.
1 northern spring, ll.irmi.131; No. 1 norfh
ern spring. tl.ll(iH.12Vi; No. 3 spring, 11 0SJ
1 11. Corn: No, 2 cash, 66Vfcc. nominal; No.
S cash, Tc: No. 2 white, 6tiVio. nominal;
No. 1 white, 6V4o; No. 2 yellow, Ute.
romlnal; No. S yellow, WigtSRVio; No. 4 yel
low. 64Wc: No. , SV4fl64o. Oats: No. I
white. 48ft4o; No. whlla, 4i(ii'48Uo;
standard. 4t;o. i
BUTTEU-KMyj" creatnerlea, 3T dairies,
V.GQS K.uy: re.ce4is, ouaea; at
mark, cas,. Included., 24H(?tc; first. S4c;
prime first. -Te. " i.
' i1 K k ' ilulI, 17-7JI17V40; twine,
l(.,yl7c; yoimg America, l6V(ij Wc; long
horns. 1i.ii Ke. . .. .
POTATO;b-RisT choice to fancy. '489
60c; fair to good. 46s47c.
POri.TKY-Wtenaj- turtey. 17o; chiok
en. 144c; spring, lfc.
V1T. A T ImiIv- hi . cn t v. -. . . . .
K ?l,0M,',' i 86Kto'liellb
j weights, 10TllHo. . .
4 Recerpta Today: Whoat. cars; oom
245 car; oat. 76 car. Estimated tomor
vkrow: Wheal, 12 car; corn. 1ST. carat .
t V- 86 car. ' ' ' '
if Total MMT&nca etr hMt .
equal to IvJj.uu t.' Primary receipt were
7410C0 bu.. ompar4 with SiS.CUO bu. the
oorreapondlnf ,iTay a year ago.
Estimated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat
23 car; oornr 1 oarsr Oats, Hi fcwrs; hon'
head. . . - '
m MIaa,eaaolla rala. MarJket.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan .WUEAT-My
It 10; Julv. $1 0trtH.0O; cash. No. 1 har1
112iiiul.l2; No. 1 northern. il.llHH.124;
No. 2 northerti. 1.4)in.l04; No. I north
ern, t1.t7H0rl.tW4." f ' i .....
CORN-No, t yellow, WalViC, ,
HTtt- No. " 7t')rT7c. - f'
lJ.RA.NrI,J,la0-lfc' rk. t2t.0tVJ43.60.-
y mt'R-Flrnt Oftleina, In wmwl f. o. h.
Mlnneanalla, !S.4ftf,5.0: seond patents. 15.20
Jl ;L:.f.!l,t cl,r' M KH.46; eC3nd dear.
93.103.40. 1 . 1 .
Dalatk drain' Varket,
t'h's.; July. tl.lOH.
M t northrn..l
x i northern, n.1044:
Taleda Head Market.
T2i'KI.? 3an M -fEIV-Ch.v-r. " cash,
ftutt; February, tvtf; Maroh. te.00: Aurll.
$sf; f)ctober, I7.m; prime told), tKflm No.
t. tTO; rejected, $1 3r-MM.3It; N. H !.,
Ii7y Timothy, prime. H .:; March. 22.00.
Al.k, prime, 27.W; March, $0t.
KKW V OR K ;KK.RAI, MARK KT
qiotitlnnt of the liar Varlowa
Com modltle. .
NKW YORK. Jan. 20 FLOUR-ftU-edY.
with demand poor; prlag patent. 16.TO
66 7h; winter pstentB, In 4o.lw; wirier
extra. No. 1, $4.fiu'ri4 HO; Knsa stralnht,
$4 mv-yfi.1',; winter stralaht. 6.:i,i.4(.i spring
rlearfi. H.4(i4.tt; winter extt. No. 2. 14. V
fc4 4fi; receipt. 12.500 bbls. ; shipment, 18,402
bbl. Rye flour, steady; fair to good. 24 . 2&U1
4 40; choice t7 fani y, 4.4iVn.4.oU 'ituck wheal
flcur. unlet; hulk per 1 lf.. $2 00, nominal.
COltNMEAlv Firm; fine whit and yel
low, lbo'i4l.t. ooarae, $l.vif l.ov; kiln dried,
ItYB Dull; No. 2 western, SOVic nom
tral, f. o. b. New Vork.'
JlAHLKV Nominal; fedlng, nominal, 0.
I. f. New York.
WHKAT Spot market firm: No. 2 red,
M a, elevator, domestic, and 11.29, f. o. b.
n float, nominal; No. 1 northern Duluth,
2l.2.ISt. and No. 2 hard winter, 11.23', f. o.
b. afloat, nominal. Opllun wheat waa
easWr early under moderate) comtnlaslon
house celling on the larKS rece.pt and
weakness In Wall street, but - advano..'d
sharply In the afternoon on covering by
shorts and on firmer cash market, closing
VuVjc net higher. May, 21 WHflM 5-10,
closed at 1117; July,) Sl.ONff 1.0 16-lit, closed
at S10"V . Receipts 42.4KW bu.; shipments,
II, 8.16 bu. ,
CORN Boot market steady; No. 2, 7T)Ho,
elevator, domestic; 74c, delivered, and 72o,
f. o. b. afloat, nominal. Option market
was without transactions, closing Va'nC net
higher. May closed at 77ei July closed at
7fi'c; September closed t 7tic. Keoelpts,
6,7,'iO hu.; shipments, M.iHi bu.
(JAT8 Spot market steady; mixed.
H to 32 pounds, nominal; natural wh.te, 2a
to 22 ixiuiiUs.'-621'U6f,c; clipped whltot 24 tu
42 pound. 63Hii'(7o. Option market wa
without transactions; cloning steady. May
closed at f,3Sc. Receipts, 72,200 bu.; ship
ments, .1,500 bu.
MA y Finn; prime, $1.161.M; No. 1, $1.16;
No. 2, ll.OMil.07Vi; No. , $1.00.
' ttOr'S Stenuy ; siate, common to choice,
IW.t. SoCy.Wc; Won, lfryiSc. 1'acifld coast, 1909,
21wMc; 1WW, 14(nl8c.
' tH)ES Steady, Central America. 23V4o;
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. 2Vg'
2o: seconds, 23g27c; thirds. 22U&1 reject.
PROVISIONS Pork, quiet; mess, 134.00
24.2n; family, 2i.Uu2ti.6ti; anorl oieaf. Ja.0u
4(27.50. Heef. steady; mes. 11.58'12.t; fam
ily. l6.W.it.f,g; Utjt t ha:ii. i4.u,i,o iM. t:ut
meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs.,
I13.00H13.M); pickled hams, 113.51V" 14.00. Lard,
steady; mlddlg west, prime, 112.76ifU.86; re
fined, steady; continent, 413.60; South
America, tt4.; compound. J10.i6(iill.p0.
B1JTTER Steady; creamery, specials,
26c;- extraa, 26c; third to first. 23"ft4c;
creamery, held, second to special, 2'it'i4o;
stave, dairy, common to finest, 2ii'"o;).i3c ;
process, first (o special, 27'i29y4c; western,
factorv. 8ffic; weata-n. Imitation cream
ery, 2ger ' '
CHEKSE Irregular; atate, new, full
cream, special, 17'4418c.
EGGS Kasler; western, extra, first, 41it
42cj firsts, 3i&-40c; lower grades, JOWSdc. '
POULTRY Alive, steady; western chick
ens.' 16c; fowls, 17c; turkeys, 12&17o.
Ureased, firm; western chickens, 1623c;
fowls, 14l7Vc turkeys, 22(&24c; ' .
WEATKKr' IN T1IK GRAIN BEIT
For Nebraska, Fair Friday and Ale
Some Colder, j
" OMAHA, Jan. 20, 1910.
A barometric depression of oonsldere-ble
energy Is central this mornlnjr over extreme
upper ,, Mississippi valley and upper lake
region. Light flurries of snow were scat
tered over the upper Missouri valley during
the last twenty-four hours and are reported
In tha Lake Superior, region thl morning.
Warmer weather prevail from the Mis
souri river,' east td the lake region and
Ohlo valley and .south over the lower val
leys to the gulf.' An area "of high pressure
overlies the west a ad a very decided fall
In temperature has occurred throughout
the northwest since the preceding report.
Clear weather Is general everywhere west
of the Missouri river and condition ' are
favorable for continued fair In this vicinity
tonight and Friday, with oolder tonight.;
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years:
, ; . 1910.. 1909. 1908. 1907.
Minimum temperature...'. 31 ' 20 31 6
Precipitation .00 T ' O00 .00
Normal temperature for today, 20 degrees.
'Excess In, precipitation since March 1,
5.27 inche. " V . -
i peflclency corresponSlng period Ih 1908,
5S Ihchbs. " " ( ,v
Ueflc.lency corresponding period :tn 1907,
7.82 Inche. L. A. WELSH,
. Str Lonla General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 20. WHEAT
Higher;,, track: No. 2 red cash, tl.2V
1.27V4; No. 2 hard, 11.1041.16; May, 11.10;
CORN Higher; track: No. 2 cash, 66c;
JIo. 2 white, tWc; May. tiSVio; July, two.
OATS Higher; traxtk: No. 2 cash, 48V4c;
No. J white, 4'JVic; May, 47c; July, 42c.
ftYE Hnchanged; 80'81c,
FIjOUR Lower; red winter patents. 16.60
(ff.O0; extra fancy and straight, IS-OOSu-W);
hard winter clears, 15.6Bn4.10.
SEED Timothy, li&Ot&i3.66.
BRAN Weak; sacked, east track, 11.20
HAY Firm; timothy, $14.5O18.00; prairie.
tl8.00ral4.50. . .
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing,
121.62ft. Lard, lower; prime steam, U2.10rg)
12.16. Dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed
extra short, 113.00; clear ribs, 13.00; short
clears, 113.25. Bacon, unchanged; boxed
extra short. $1126; clear ribs, 114.26; short
POULTRY-Weaker; chicken. ISo;
springs,. 16c; turkeys, 19Vc; ducks, 14Vko;
BUTTtiR Steady; creamery, 80ffi36c
EGGS Lower at 30c.
Flour", bbls 1,700 . 6,500
Wheat, bu. ........., 80.000- 7tt.2u0
Corn, bu i 164,000 66.400
Oats, bu 110.4O0 62,800
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 20. -WHEAT Un
changed; No. t hard, 1.07U2; No. 3,' $1.02
ft 1.10; No. t red, $126; No. I,' tl.171.24;
May, tl.041.04, sellers; July, W&40,
CORN frgic higher; No. 2 mixed. 8c;
No. I, 66c; No. 2 white, 7!i7o; No. S,
66c; May, 67o bid; July, 6H6We. eller.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, 48140;
No. 2 mixed. 4i48c.
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy, tl3.7Tx8)
14.0U; choice prairie, $ll.T5tJ'12.X; choice al
falfa, llH.ooig 18.50. K
BUTTER Creamery, extraa, S4c; flrt,
22c; seconda, 30c; packing stock, Kio.
EGGS Extras. 3.Vc; firsts, 2V4o; current
receipt. 29c; aecond and dlrtlea, l7fto.
Wheat, bu M.OOO 66,000
Com. bu 68,000 40,000
Oats, bu 11,000 13,000
Options at Kansas City:
I Open. High. Low. Close.
1 08l 04SA
Philadelphia t'roaace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan.. SO. BITTER
Steady; extra western creamery, ic; extra
nearby prints, S7c.
EGGS Weak and 4o lower; Pennsylvania
and other, nearby first, free casus, S8o at
mark; Pennsylvania and other current re
ceipts, returnable cases, 36o at mark; west
ern firsts, free cases, 8fo at mark; western
ourrent receipts, free cases, 32t436c at mark.
CHhiESK Firm; New York full cream,
choioe, lTViiJl'Hc: New York full creams,
fair td good, 16.0170. .
' Liverpool lirata and - Provision.
IJVERPOOL, Jan. . tO.-WHEAT-Spot.
dull; No. J red -western, no atook; futures,
steady; March, kl-kd; May, ,7 lUd; July,
CORN Spot, quiet: new American mixed,
6sHd. old, American mixed. 6s d; fu
turru. dull; January, 6s Vid: March, 6 CVd.
PEAS Canadian steady, 7s 8Vid.
Peoria Urala Market. 1
PEORIA, Jan, 30. CORNSteady; No. 1
white, 6ic; No. 3 yellow, 4c; No. t, 4c;
No. 4." 6Hc; no (Tide. o7&8o.
OATS Higher; No. 1 wlute. 48o; No. 1
while, 47o; .atandard, 47(&.47Vc. . ,
Milwaukee' Grain Market.
MrLWAUKFR, Ian. 20.-WHEAT-No. 1
Dorthera, tl.ltvigi.17; Ha. norther. 11. 140
115; May, 11. u. .
OATS 4VC - ,
BARLEY Sample," tSr71c. '
' i . i i - :
M iiu and ,Mlaaaea.
, NEW YORK. Jan. JO. SUGAR Raw,
nominal; Muncovado 8 teat, l.bao; cetttrlf-tijial-
e tet. 4 0hp( khiIiubm susar K tent.
1 H.1C. Refined, steady: crunhed, e.k&c; giati
ulated. i.lc; puwdeied. 6.2uc
NEW YORK STOCKS A!SD BONDS
Wednetdajr'i Break Pro vet Culmina
tion of Downward Movement.
EAELY PERIOD OF UPHEAVAL
After Another Fallnr I Announced
Excitement "nbsldes'nnd Market
t'ontlnne to Rise t'attl
NEW YORK. Jan. JO. Yesterday' fllsor.
flwly break In prices of stocks proved to be
the culmination of the downward move
ment of prices for the time. There was a
period of upheaval as the- sequel of the
anxiety growing out of the bitalness em
harassment of yesterday and one more
failure was announced, that of the special
ist on whom fell the brunt of the wild mar
ket yesterday in Columbus and Hocking
Coal and Iron. , By the time the fuilinv
was announced tho closlng-up process wn
practically completed and the way had
been paved for the vigorous recovery which
Various forces worked to that end and
were already at work when the market
opened. The bears made another stand to
dominate the market and a fierce contest
wa waged during the whole of the first
hour of the market. The vulnerability of
one or two stock had a sympathetic effect
on the whole list and a short period of gen
eral weakness Intervened.
UeFlde the over-extended short Interest
in the local market, a substantial factor
toward recovery was the Improved monetary
and investment situation In foreltm mar
Rets. The London money market was
IU .'.u be " far fengthened ns to
prompt the governors of the Bank of Kng
land to reduce, the official discount rate of
that Institution half of one per cent t-j
P"T oent. hu somewhat anticipating
the expected action In that direction. The
expectation waa strengthened bv this ac
iat ,th. ""count rate of the Im
perial Bank of Germany also rhall come
CommlsBlon house with membership In
iJ". tocK exchange were agreed that an
investment for domestic capital was de
veloped also by the more Inviting level of
prices for stocks established by the recent
".'k- , Th bargain hunter appeared In
mEXn V " pp"- attracted by the signs of
rSC"' e,1ni of Btocks yesterday.
The declaration of an Initial dividend on
the common- stock of New York, Chicago
o. .ul5,,.1d ,ne lncr'a'" I" the Cant
oria Stool dividend were Incentives to tho
hopes of Investment holders and buyers of
riclW uBuln w Rolng on actively at
darToneSSea - " th!
vaI?uen.de4.Mlrre'fUlftr- T0,f P"
caVn"ed S,atPS bonA wre unchanged on
Number or sale and leading quotations
on stock were as follows:
..," 4 Bile. Hlsh. Low. Cloie.
Allli-rtiilmer pM ..,..,, l.:io 47V4 41 47
Amalsamaud Copper M,1W) 83 8114 gjti
Amartoan Axrlcultuml . ..... ion 4s 4J 4
Am. Beat Sugar 1. $U 41 40U 41
a. can i.o-o rnt n 77-x
Am. O. 4 K 4 tes4 MUj w
Am. otton CMI. ....... J , .(oo 4 i 1111
Am. H. A u pM ; ,4no 4! 40 n
Am. Ica Saurltls (ho is. 13 m
Amerlnan UnMd m 16 UJ
America LocomotlT MV4 hii 54
Am. 8. A R. U lw wvk )V, 3
Am. , K. pffl 1,600 io lint li)
Am. Sugar (tanning. "l.sio 12J laiu
Am. T. T 1,400 13(4 I3s 13-jJ
Am. Tobaeoo pfa M K w
American Woolan 100 2U S2ii , 8Jvt
Anaconda Mining Oo 4.N1O wv, 4ti K
Atchlaon 4J,1 lttH4 nss ,ltmt
Atohl.on prd ..' ftou 10J174 103 03Vk
Atlantic Coaat Line 1,000 131 12 12S-).
ltlmwe Ohio. ,700 n 1,4 jir?
Bal. a Ohio pr 100 84 4 I :1
Uathlahani Steel 7,10 M mu a
Brooklyn Rapid Tr. .no 74 7J vjj-
Oanadian Paolrto l.ioo ISD14 1M 'i79)t
Central Leather :. . 5.100 ' 4H, 43
Central Laatliar pM ' aio' 1071 107 107W
Central of New Jersey su
Chaeapaake Ohio 17.100 84 "mi 8.1
Chloao Alton 2,i0 11
Chlc.jo Ot. W., new...... 1.KW Jl "V sott J3.U
Chlcaie & H. w..-; i.tno UVU 157 - lf,H
31.S00 148, 146V 1W4
C O., c. A St. L . 600 78 77 77
Colorado F. aV.I 8.5110 44 H 44 44
Colorado A Southara i.soo 67 t( 57
Colo A 80. It ptd 1 400 tilt 80 S1U
Colo. A 80. Id pf -M H 0
Conaolldatad Oaa J7.000 l4Vk - 14SU 14iH
Corn Produeu 4,1 ' 30 i m-
Dalaware A Hudson 1,4 m 1744 1J8U
IenTfr Rio Orande,... I, too. , 4.1a, 4jh 43
p. R. O. pfd - so 1 7
Metlllarar Bacurltlaa 600 14 Ssi 84
j-; , 5,10.) 81 4 2Mt 81 Vt
Erie tat pN - 1.9W 48 47 4
Brta Id pfd 800 87 ' ,16V ' 87H
Omaral Blactrto 709 1R3V, 162 Vk 158
Oraat Konharn ptd 13.600 184 131V 1M
Oraat Ne-tharn Or otfa.... 1,400 74 4 71Vi t 7
Illinois Central 800 lVi 14'U 143(4
lnterboroufh Mat 17,700 m 19 tA
Int. Mat. pfd 18,500 6714 64 M
International Harvaatar .... 7no 1UJ 118 lis
Int. Marina ptd 1,800 11 20 VI
International Fapar isu
Intranational fnmp 1.4W0 ' ' " 4
Iowa Cantral 71 u 18 38t
Kanaaa City 80... t,O0 40 89 M
K. C. Bo. pfd 600 88 U 68
Loulavllla A N., tx-dlv.... I,M ltr4- Hu 1474.
Minn, at 8t. L loo 47. 47V 46 .
M.. St. P. aV 8. B. M 400 183 138 US
Mleaourl Paolfte (,680 70 6SV4
K- T 18.700 46 42 44
M., K. A T. pfd 'MO 72 V4 71
National Blacult . iloS
National Lead l.(WJ0 844, 'wi 8
N, R. R. of M. Ut Jrfd..., 600 64 6.1 8:
New York Central fl.too 11S41 117 1 tit
N. Y.. O. A W 8. 100 4S 44 44
Norfolk A W l.too t7 M tv
North American 1.000 7 77 7u
Nnrtharn Paolfle li.Mu is 3t 136
Paelfte Mall 700 S4? 83 34
Pennarlvallta 28.004 183 188 1SJ
Peopla'a Gas, ax-dlv; 1.000 m 110 mu
P.. C. C A 8- L 1,500 ta KV
Fraud Btaal Car I SO 16 44 4i
Pullman Palac Car 1,600 186 m 1m
Railway Btaal Spring too 45 44 4 5
""In 141.000 162 158 161
Rapubllo Btaal 6,400 88 87 38
Rapublte Btaal pfd l.tuo 101 89 10O
Rook Island Co., 68,100 44 Stl 44
St. L. A B. P. Id pfd...... 700 54 53 64
St. Lout 8. W 1,601) 2X 19
8t. L. 8. W. pfd 1,000 74 72 -71
Sloaw-Shafflald 8. A 1 1.900 81 80 61
Boutharn Pacirio 61. 800 lsu lm 180
Southar Railway 6.400 80 80 80
80. Railway pfd... 1,000 68 t 68
Tannaaae Coppor 600 1 jsu
Taxaa A Pacific , l,5oil S3 81 81
T., 8t. L. A W 600 4t 48 47H
T.. Bt. L. A W. pfd 1.. 400 67 67 66
Vnloa Paoifla t. .121.100 192 18944.192
Union Pariflo pfd 1,900 10 nw lou
0. 8. Raalty 0 79 78 79
V. B. Rubbar... l.ono 45 41 45
U. B. Btael Itt.SOO 81 81 84
V. 8. Steal pfd l.tiO 123 ia 12J
I'tah Coppar 4.400 63 61 68
V. -Carolina Chemical .... 4.800 - 64 II 53
Wabaah 1.800 y i ' la
Wabaaa pfd 7,:. 50 48 ao
Weatern Maryland, ctf. ... I,5o0 60 4 50
Waatinfhouaa Blectrlc 1,3(0 71 71 71
Weatern Union 400 78 71 72
Whaallnf A L. E JoO 6 6 4
Wr1aconaln Central . 47
Piiubur Coal 1,500 11 1914 2144
Am. Btaal Foundry 800 69 62 tu
Unttod Dry Ouoda llo
Laclada Oaa 1.6O0 1 104 106
Total aala tor tha day. 1,110.600 alias.
Bnstoa Btarka anal Bond.
BOSTON, Jan. 20. Money, call loan
uo per cenij time loans, fit per
Atchison adj. 4 M Adventure
. 91 ' Amalgamated
.111 Arlioiia Com.
.1J Atlantic ' X
.114 Butw Coalition ...
.14 Cal. A Artaona...
.111 Cal. A Hecla
, . n ....... 1
Mei. Central 4.
At-hlaon R. R
Ho. ton A Albany.
Bum on A Maine..
Boston Blavaled .
N. T.i N. H. A H...15& Ooppar Ran ....
t'nlon Pacific It! Daly Waat
Am. Are. Oham 44 Franklin
da nM ,
7 Graane Canana ..
. .181 Iale Royala
..Ill Maee. Mining ,
Am. Pneu. Tube. .
A mar. Buar
Am. T AT
Abu. WoDlan atd lUu kl,.hKB,u
KVHaon lilac, lllu.. 241 Nevada
Oeneral Kiectrlo 1.J Old Dominion
I'nltad fruit ....
lulled B. M
V. 8. Btael
.... t Parrot
.... 67 Tamarack
.... lvtl. 8. Mining...
.... (). 8. Oil
...U6 North Butte ....
WASHINGTON. Jan. .-Th condition
of tha treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust Funds Oold ooln, W71.UM.869; silvur
dollar. 14bo,Oa.C00; silver dollar of 10
H.910.000: llver ceftlficatea outBtandliiar.
Oeneral Fund Standard silver dollar la
general fund. ,a,2a.4; current llabllltlea,
$:s.&07.0; working balance in treasury
office, f23.1M.41; in bank to credit of
treasurer of tho United Rtatea, M.j60,7GV
ubeldlary llver coin, lg,St,8M; minor ojln
ll.0fU.8j0; total balance In general fund.
' Dlaeoaat Hal Retlaeed. ,
U)NDOf, Jan. !0.-The director' of the
Bank of KtiKland at tha weekly meitlng
today rcduued tb minimum rate of dls
ouunt from 4 to i' per cent.. Cheap die
count rate, a cessation lo the demand for
Bold for the continent during- the wick
and the improved monetary wltuatton gen
erally caused the director to make the
New York Moaep Market.
NEW YORK. .Tan. JO. MONEY On call,
SH4i4 per cent; ruling rate, IX per cent;
closing bid, S per cent; offered at 4 per
cent. Time loans, easy, but quite flail
M.xty dayr. and ninety day, freely offered
and lending at 4 per cent; six months, 4
I'lUMK MERCANTILE PAPFRr-4V,iiT5
STidtUNO EXCHANOK-Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bill at t4.83't
04M75 for sixty-day bill and at 14840 for
demand. Commercial bills, 4.M4j4.4:.
.K1LVRTI Har. 62'.c; Mexican dollars, 4c.
HtNDS Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bond wer as fol
low; V. 8. ret. ta, re....lO0 Int. Mac 4 11
do roiipon loo Int. M. M. 4a
II. 8. 8a. re 10lJapan 4e
do coupon 101 do 4a ...,v 95
V. 8. 4, re( UK. C. . let a . . . 73
do coupon 1HU B deb. 4a 1911. .. 94
Allla-tirial. let 6a..... tl L. A N. ant 4a ,
Am. Ag. ta lo2M , K. A T. lai 4a.. 99
Am. T A T. cr. 4. .lot do gen. 4a 19
Am. Tobacco 4a 77 Mo. Paclflo 4a
do 6a 10N. R. K. of M. 4a. 14
Armour A Co. 4a.. 93 N. V. C. g. ts t
Aidilmm gen. 4s 100 do dab. 4a 96
do ot. 4a. 117N. y., N. H. A H.
do l. 6s. l.t c. 6s , 1MV4
At. C. L. lat 4s...... 91 N. A W. let t. 4a... 9.-
Bal. A Ohio 4a t do ct."4a.....v lei
do la 9No. Paolfle 4a l .
do 8. W. Ia 90 do ta 7
Prk. Tr. ct. 4a 4o 8. U rfrtg. 4a 94
ten. of Oa. 6a 10SPna. ry. la Wtl... t
Can. Leather ta 9 do con. 4a .)4
f. of N. J. g. la. ...lit, Beadlna; ga. 4a 9
Chen.- A Ohio 4a...lul8t. L A B. P. fg. 4a. tt
do ret. 6a. 105 do gan. 6.... H
Chicago A A. la.. 74 Bt L. 8. W. 0. 4s... 7
C. II. A (4. j. 4a.... 96 do lat gold 4t M
do gen 4a 9Saabnard A. L. 4a... 86
C. M. A B P. 8 ltSo. Pacific col. 4a... 93
C' R. I. A P. 4a.. to do ct. 4a lot
do ool 6a Kit do lat ref. 4a 94
tlu rfg. 4a. tl o. Railway ta.,...109
Coin. Ind. 6a 11 do gen. 4a to
Volo. Mid. 4a M Talon paclfla 4 101
C. A 8. r. A a. 4a 97 do OT. 4a...... 1)1
I). A H. ct. 4a 100 do 1st A ref. 4a.... 17
D. A R. O. 4a........ W V. 8. Rubber a .,...103
do ref. 6a 941'. 8. Btael Id taw.,.
niatlllara' ta ., 72 Va.-Caro. Cham, 6.. 71
fc-rla p. 1. 4a l&VWabaah lat 6s Ill
do gea. 4a 76 do lat A ax. 4a...,. 73
do CT. 4a, err. A 60 Weatern Md. '4a 86
do aerie B 71 Weat, Bloc. CT. la... 91
flen. Klee. ct. I. .44Wuv Central 4a. t
III. Can. lat ref. 4a.. 99
I.onden Cloaitier Stock.'
LONDON, Jan. 30. American securities,
after a weak opening today, strengthened
on covering orders, and with the reduced
bank rate inducing fresh purchases, im
proved further. At noon the market was
firm and from to 1 higher than yester
day' New York closing. ,
London closing storks:
Cotawla, money... li 13-18 LouIitIII A N 155
do aoeount 12 M., K. A T ......... 44
AnuU. Copper 64 N. T. Central IS)
Anaoonda 10 Norfolk A W 9
Atchison 180 do pfd tl
do pfd 106Ontarlo A W ..46
Baltimore A Ohio. . . . llt Pannaylranla 66
Canadian Pacific 15 Rand Mine. 9
Chesapeake A 0 64Readlng tfc
Chicago O. W iXgouUera Ry.,,. ...... 11
Col., MU. A Bt. P. ..161 do pfd : 6t
De Beers 19 southern PaRtfle It2
Danver A Rio 0 44 Union Paclflo m
do pfd 5 do pfd lot T
Brta UU. 8. Steel'.... ....... 14
do lat pfd 49 do pfd..... ........las
do Id pfd , 40 Wabaah at
Grand Trunk It do pfd H
illlnela Cantral... ....146apanuh 4a ...... 84
K1LVK11 Bar, steady at 24Vtd per 0.
MONKY 2 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short and three months' bills ia 1 16-ltkia
t per cent. - . ,
Quotations furnished by BamueT Burns,
Jr., fin New York Life building, Omaha:
Beatrice Creamery pfd, 1 per sent. ..... to tt
city of Omaha 4a ref., 1IS4. 106 106
City ol Omaha ta, 1921 . .106 1V6
City of New Vork 4. 195t 100 101
California O. A K. 6a. 1987 96 94
Columbus, Nab., Blectrlc Light 5a. ISOba 96 s 96
City Oaa A Bleelrle. "Waterloo 9T tt
Cudahy Packing Co. 6a, 1924 ...100r 100
Denver Btock Yards Stock ....97 18
Independent Tel. 6a, 1888 tt
International Con. Co..., 61 81
Kennedy Bldg. Co vl ' 106
Long bell Lumber Co. , 123 tt. .-. 101
Michigan 8cat Tel. 5a, UM , 99 lot) -
Nebraska Tel. Stock, par oant loo " Jov
Omaha Water Co. is, 194 64 t
Omab Oaa 6a, 1117 : J9I at
Omaha K. L. A P. Co. (a. 1988.4 .""tt - '' 18
Omaha K. L. A P. Co. 6s pfd 81 14
Omaha A C B. Bu Ry. ta. ltM......,,',t lot
Omaha A C. B. Bt. Ry. pU, I par caat i4-. - . at
Omaba-A C. B. Bt. Ry. oom. ........ -, 86, 76
Omaha. A C. B. Ry A B. Co.. ptd.M,4 1 64
Omaha Water Co., Id pfd 11 ' at
Sloui City Stock Tarda pfd 1 par eant 90 II
SouUe.Omah rat. 4a. 19ll....,,.,aoo,...lw
Seattle Lighting Co. ta. Ii0.... ....... 97 ta
L'nloa 8. Y., Bo. Omaha t W
. f H y-
, Fore lan Financial, r I
' LONDON, Jan. 20. A tale of (59.000 bale
of ahecpskln wa held here today. The
quality of the offerings was good, ant) the
demand fair. Merino ware unchanged and
full-wooled Bklns sold in Belief' favor.
Kull-wooled cross-hreds advanced VHd;
lialf-wooled were unchanged but.firni, and
short-wooled skins were in buyers' favor.
Americans purchased a few parcels of
cross-breds. . Following are the Bale and
price obtained for clothing and' combing:
New South Wale,' 700 bales, at U&81;
Queensland, '200 bales at SHXJ; Victoria
U00 bale at 4V4tMid; South Australia, 20
bales at H'iMA; West Australia, 1.(00 bale
at B'.i0td; Tasmania, 200 bale at 4H0Vid;
New Z-aland, 2,400 bales at 4Vlg10Sd; Cape
of Oood Hppn and Natal, 500 bales at 6
6d; Punta Arenas, 1,300 bales at 6'610Hd.
' Xev York Mtalagr Stock.
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Closing quotations
on mining stock were:
Alice 17 LeadTill Con......; t
Brunsvlok Con 4 Little Chief..,.,...'.. I
Com. Tunnel etoak... 83 Meilcan ....,,.' 160
do bonda It Ontario ..... ;.;.126
Con. Oal. A Va 16S Ophtr .........1..; 196-
Horn fillrar 7t Standard 60
Iron Bllter ....161 Yellow Jacket ........IK
OMAHA, Jan. 20 Bank clearanoe for
today were 12,668,OH8.77 and for the corr
spondlng date last year fi,J37,604,6A
BOSTON, Jan. 20 WOOL With" stocks
well cleaned out and prices holding firm,
dullness oontlnues to b the feature of the
local wool market. There is lomt move
ment in quarter-blood Ohio and territory
wools, both staple and clothing, - are selling
from day to day in limited quantities. Lo
cal dealers regard quotations from the
west on tho new clip as excesalv. The
loading domesUo -quotation range as fol
lows: Missouri three-eighth blood, 84wS4c;
blood, U2aMo. Bcoured values Texas fin
1 to 2 months. 73Vi75o; fine I to 1 months,
SS4)70c; fine fall, bonftac. California north
ern, titn&'osc; middle county, ttiti6o; fall free,
frH52c; uregon eastern No, 1 staple, Tlic;
eastern clothing, KXjiTic; valley No. 1, 67
&'tc; Urrltory fine staple, 77iiOc; fine
medium staple, 70a2c; fine clothing. 70
tllili'; fine medium clothing, 6tK-6c; half
blood, '.6(b7oc; Vhree-elghth blood, 870c;
quarter blood, 67tU8o; Bulled extra, 7y7oo;
fine, BIMyt70c: A. super, 604160.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20. WOOL Unchanged;
territory and western mediums, 2bita8c;
fine mediums, 20Q24o; fine, 12fc216. -
LONDON. Jan. 20. WOOL Of ferlngs at
the wool auction aales today amounted to
13,839 bales. A- good selection of Victorian
merino brought out animated bidding and
lamb realized 2s Vd and greasy Is td.
Americans bought a good quantity of cross
breda at prices ranging from 10d(jls 34d.
New Sopth Wales scoured sold at 2 8d.
French, German and home buyers wer
keen competitors and the sales were firm
throuKhout. Today's transaction follow:
New South Wale, 700 bale; acoured, MJt
2s Id; Ifreasy, BVjd'ffls. Queensland, 1
bales; Kreaay, Hdtls 2V4d. Victoria, 4,800
bales: scoured, la rjclfjila lOHd; greasy, 7d
(his fd. South AuHtr.ilia, 800 bales; greasy,
8'4dils 8d. Weat Australia. 1,800 bales;
greasy. 6diQls Id. New Zealand, 4.100
bales; ' scoured, I0d(7j1s 6d; greasy, Wdfils
8Vil. Cape of Good Hope and Natal, 600
bales; greasy, 7(510Vid. ,. .
1 NEW YORK. Jan. JO-COFFEE Market
for coffee future opened steady at un.
changed prices to a decline of i point, In '
response to the decline of !itVi frano In
the French market, and as a result of a
littla scattering liquidation. There waa not
much coffee for sal, however, and dur
ing the afternoon the market became
firmer on trade buying, which was attrib
uted to reports that there had been no Im
provement in tha new crop outlook. The
market closed ateady at a net advance of
fru It) point. Sales were reported of 10,000
bag, including January at (.66e, Maroh at
(Hoc, July at S.c, September and Decem
ber at l.iiOo. $pot coffee, quiet; No. 7 Rio,
8 ll-l&Uo; No. Santos. HilViC. Mild Cof
fee, quiet; Cordova, ullc. ,
NEW YORK, Jan. 20.-METAIJ1 Stand
ard copper wa easy today local dealers
quote lake copper at fl2.7&(2U.OO, elaotroly
tio fl3.5ortf 11.76 and casting fll.16vLl.n2K.
weak. Spot. ISJ.IO Jl 40. London market
declined about fl. Spot closed weak at 146
l&et; futures, flit la. Lead quiet; spot. 14.87,
London cables were a Utile lower. Tin was
fi'4.7i!. London market unchanged at 13
13s d. Spelter weak; spot. fAtc'ti'i.ZS. In
don markut unchanged at (23 ia. Iron higher
In lmdon market at H2s lvd for Cleveland
warrania. luteal market unchanged.
tiT LOUIS. Jan. 20 MFTALa Lead, dull
lat f4.00. Speltdr, dull at 14 00.
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
' ' ' v
Receipt of Cattle Very Much Lighter
Than Lait Week.
HOGS SELLING LOWES AGAIN
Desirable Pat "keep and Lamb ia
Good Demand at steady ta Itrasg
Prices, hat thi Caaaaaoa
Klada Arc glow.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 10. 1009.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Official Monday .K. not
Xltf ! Tl.""day ' Tsl w o" 8 6,4
Official Wednesday .... l,ns 9.P18 5..
Kstimate Thursday 1,000 10,500 5,700
Four days this' week.. 17.140 SR. 196 r.tf2
Same days last week...22.til SI.S45 81.013
Same day 2 weeks ago.. 14.692 16.7D7 1.3
day I week ago., 12.423 15.W2 23.0,:
Same day 4 week ago. .12.1M) 23.294 1,921
Sams day last year ....20.067 4,0OT 20,013
The following table shows the Weipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South 'Omaha for
th year to data, compared with last year:
, 1910. 1H0. Inc. Pen
V.aU, M.3 !, 8.239
Hogs 120.727 lti,03 46,810
o'leep 89,032 8e.63ti 1,396
The following table shows th average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons.
Dat. j 1910. 190.1908. U07. 1S06.1905.1904.
f 271 4 66 4 69
o 14 ot) 4 (4
6 31 4 67 1 4 83
Receipts and disposition of llv stock at
the Lnlon Stock yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ondlng at I o'clock yes
n Cattls. Hogs. Sheep. Urs.
C M. & St. P 4 I X
wabash 3 1
MIsHouii Paclflo 1 1
Union Paclflo 86 ""38 ' 6 2
C. N. W., weat 24 84 6
C., B. dV Q., east.;.... 9 .. 1
c., H. et u., west 88
C. R. I. i P.. eaat t
C R. I. & P., west... 8
Illinois Central 3
vuiuagu uu Western. 1 ,1 .. , ,.
j Total receipts 137 141 23 1
r.i . t , . x-ame, nogs, oneep.
Cldahy Packing Co 720 2,6ot 1,732
Armour Co 6H9 2,679 ' 1,321
Soliwaru-Bolen Co 1 137
Krey Packing Co m ''
St. Louis Ind. P'ck'g. Co 1,773
auorreti facKing Co 1
W,, . , ........ & .... ....
Benton Vansant & Lush".', 44 ""
Stephens Bros 1 ' ""
Hill & Son log
F. B. Lewis 51
J. B. Root & Co 10
J. H. Bulla j, W)
T ... ,, r -' .... ....
r , nusa 1
I. Wnlf ,7
s. werthoVmer!;; 68 "
M.-Hagerty 03 '
Sullivan Bros 14 '
1. j. ingnram.. 2
Lee Rothschild 39 " "-
Mo. 4 Kan. Calf Co.:::!: , 19 .'
Kline - ' o. "
Other buyers 418 L099
v.. .i.u-nai.eiiua or eatti mis morn
ing w-ere small for a Thursday, only 142
cars being reported in. This leaves the
total for tha four daya this weak smaller
for the same period laBt week by
over 6,000 head and smaller them a year
go by about 8,000 head. Owing to the
moderate receipts ail th week and a fair
buying demand, th trade has been In a
good healthy condition, with the tendency
of values upward and local conditions this
morning ,wero ganerally.iavorabls to- Ihe
selling Interests. I--
ai1i,SlitK.vfhe fact. hat 'eoelptB Vers
strain light this morning and local condi
tions favorable as noted, the conditions of
eastern market were so unfavorable that
ths trads here waa slow and weak to a
much .as lOu lower on all kinds of killing
cattls. beef steers, cows and heifers. Still
desirable catUe sold fairly well and moat
of the offerings changed hands in reason
4 The supply of stackers and feeders was
comparatively small, while there wss a
pretty good buying demand, with th result
that desirable cattle of that kind c6m
manded good steady to strong prices.
Quotations on cattle: Good to cnolce beef
L'aJ6-96124: ttXt to od beef steeT.:
f0!0 00: common to lair beef steers, f4 00
6.00; good to oholc oows and heifers, f4.26
6.00, fair to good cows and heifpra. fi2f-a
i. L con,mon to fl' cows and heifers, 12 40
5 oSiit5n?? f .choloeJ1 "tocmsrs and feeders.
RS?5 : falr t0 ood "tonkers and feeders
13.6CKif4.26; common to fair Blockers and
feeders, 82.753.60; stock heifers. 12.783.50'
fae764CS.Ve M-60W' bull' tS:
..10M I si
..1187 I 46
..1S18 6 10
..Uit 6 10
701 4 40
78 4 60
U 4 66
- 4 60
86 I 0
7S1 1 06
..1101 1 M
W0 1 M
.746 1 16
.. 170 4 00
...1006 4 ta
.. 667 4 U
..1180 4 16
,..1066 4 40
.. nt 4 60
...1100 4 60
.. 688 4 60
..low 4 lb)
...lutl 4 74
...1368 4 0
... 776 4 10 '
... J0 4M
... 84KI 4 66
... 681 4 76
... t70 4 0
Ul 1 to
766 I 16
864 1 86
........ 170 1 86
171 1 86
6S4 1 66
. 60 4 00
... 683 1 00
.. aal 1 06
... 668 a 10
.. lit 1 75
.. 761 I K '
..lot 8 at
.. 130 1 76 1
..146 4 00 1
..1170 4 06 1
..IKO 4 16 1
..14JO 4 40 1
.. 60 4 60
1600 4 60
1M4 4 66
1740 4 60
1600 4 60
, 140 4 16
. WO 4 86
,14 4 76
. 14 1 71
.124 7 74
, let) 4 76
.810 6 04
81 4 00
.170 6 On
STOCKERS AND iricinnirua
11 tt I W 4 ui ii.
W 1 WI 4 SO
1 644 4 08 11 is, 11
HOGS Packers mad another attempt to
take a dime off of hog price at the open
ing thi morning, but- their efforts wer
not attended with much success. Seller
were alnw t n rrantfn -.. ,
whatever, and there wa very little ac-
uurme urn rounas a a result As
the morning progressed and the hogs con
tinued ta Coma. I n . nlnk.l .
basl wa finally settled upon and a good
..w. v mo c.i ly murning reoelDts
changed hands at this decline. Several
loads of the better grades of butcher
walarhta AiA nnt ...... v. .
as medium lights, and trading figures on a
" vaiimou uiuva ot reany good ma
terial appeared to be possibly no worve
than nli tii Ka i.w.p a. 111 . .. .. .
ence for good butcher weights was just
muwui uiiKci Vj m rviuciance ot ouyers to
purchase the commoner kinds of . Ilahts
and the htv hulk nt A.rl ..1 :
about 6c lower, as above noted.
lowara miaciay, arter the full quota of
receipts 146 loads had been yarded, de
mand eased off somewhat and the trend of
prices was easier than otherwise, as com-
..in. ma m,j wans, jk considerable
nortion nf the t.it a 1 nfr..i,... .
fN 26 to 88.40. with the big stHng ,t the
lower flfrnrea Tr . n. nu, y, . -t K - .
- . ... v. v e.a com
pared with the same top of yesterday ana
No. . At. Bh. FT. Mo.
At. Bh. Pr.
) ... 180
10 ... ih
a 160 6 81)
M ... 184
40 8 in
HI ... 18
T7 V ... I 60 ... 11.
86. J 6) III 81.
.........nt'... iso .
71 Si4 ... la) 67.
: 8 ... 8 8n it.
87 110 1M lint 71.
Tl Xa 80 8 86 TJ.
II ... I 86 - 66
144 ... 6 82U,
I til ... 1 86 71
87 8 IS4
M ... M 71 t 180
tit ... 8 16 11. ....... 861
14 ... 12. 41 ...... .8!4 ...
lot 10 I 86 1 Ib4
.....41 . ... 18 , Vt 84 ...
... I 86 66 8y4 ...
xto IK T...,,...ai
...,.IW8 ... I 86 64 a ...
I) 40 I irrvt tt ...
.....us a) rm . 71. ...... ut ...
116 ... 1 STt4 - M. 841
BllEEP Condition surroiiudlnit ths live
t 18 S 74 4 It 6 29
f I8V1 ( 82 6 80
I 47 Va I 88 4 08
8 lifl 6 87 4202!l
42V, 5 87 4 29 ( 35
t 3 4 S3 42
8 4ftVj 4 26 42
8 43'A 6 OS 4 231 ( 60
8 38 f 09 16 49
03 4 r V
mutton trad thl snorning wer much the
same a on yesterday, although there -pea
red to be a greater degree of activity
and possibly laum slight improvement in
Values. About fourteen cars ot sheep and
lambs were reeelved and practically every
thing moved toward th scales readily, the
better kinds of killers sellng first. Summed
up in a few words, th market today was
sotlv and strong with th more finished
classes favored, as sbov noted. Lamb
were good enough to realise fl 10, but
something- of an extra prim quality In
this line would probably sell up as high as
$8.70 or f8.76
Receipts for th four , da,vs this week
numbers 26.000 head, about 6.000 head less
than supplies for th same days ot last
week and about the same number that was
received during the same period last yesr.
The general character of offerings this
week ha been decidedly common.
-In point of prloea, the market lately ha
experienced no very great change. The
must Important sin face fi attire perhaps. Is
the reluctance with which packer absorb
medium and short-fed material and the at
tendant spread In prices between common
and finished sheep and lambs. Stock of
th latter description has been selling very
well at all times snd prices are easily Wi
lfc higher than the close of last weak. Of
fering lacking In flesh and finish, however,
have suffered more or less and current
value re barely steady to lbflioc lower
than last Friday.
Quotation on fat stock: Good to choice
lambs, !8.H8 6K; fair to good lambs, 17. M
SiS.lS; good light yearlings, f7.0iw7.60; good
heavy yearlings, f6.4tVu6.90; good to choice
wethers 16.76.16; fair to good wethers.
I6.25lr6.7r; good to choice ews, 15. 406. 86;
fair to good ewes. fR.OO6.40.
Representative sales: .
lib Mexican yearlings 70
M Mexican wethers 84
241 Mexican ewes , 0
61 Mexican ewes, culls..... 74
662 western lamb, feeder 68
121 western ewes, culls..... 80
K2 western lambs 76
IK wentern lamb , 84
229 western ewes.... 89
36 western we, cull 83 '
26 weetern lambs, cull 63
9i0 western lambs... 71
433 western ewes 102
24 western lambs, culls. r 41
144 western lambs, feeders 62
19 western lambs, culls 44
125 western lambs, feeders 67
13 western lambs, feeders 61
48 western lambs, feeders 64
16 western lambs, culls 84
20 western ewes, culls 88
200 western ewe and wethers.. 100
19 western, ewes , 06
29 native ewes 163
89 western (..,., 106
S6 -western lambs 81
81 western ewes , 122
144 western lambs, culls 66
324 weatern ewes..., 97
136 western lambs 71
CHICAGO L1V 12 - STOCK MARKET
Cattle aad Host Are Lower Sheep
aad Lambs Steady.
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. CATTLE Receipts,
14,000 head. Market MXolfVo lower; steers,
16.00a8.40; oows, f3.60D&.60; heifers, 13.40 a
6.00; bulls, f4.00rq,6.16; calves, f3.00(a9.76;
stockers and feeders. f3.76ji6.60.
HOOS Receipts, 24,000 head. Market &
lOo lower; choice heavy, f8.66'&18.75; butch
ers, f8.60d2.70; light mixed, fg.3&iji8.46; choice
light, 18.46&8.60; packing, f8.66b.66; pigs,
f7.ti.Vu.8 26; bulk Of sales, 18.40fc8.ti6.
SHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14.000
head. Market steady; Bheep, 16. 00(i4i.26;
lambs, 17.008.76; yearlings, 14.258.26.
Kansas City Lira Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 20.OATTLE-Re-celpts,
6.000 head. Including 200 southerns;
market 10c lower; choice export and dressed
beef steers, t5.90Si7.20; fair to good, f4.75j)
6.80; western steers, 14.6ttyo.00; stockers and
feeders. f3.6U4.00; aouthern steers, 84.00
6.76; southern cows. f2.604.26; native cows,
f2.60ra5.26; native heifers, 13.60(16.00; bull,
f3.60rg5.l0; calves, S3,5X( 8.75.
HOGS Receipts, lt.000 head; market 60
lower; top, fx. 60; bulk of sale, f 8. 268.60;
heavy, 28.35&'8.60;v packers and butchers,
1H..WU,60: light. 17.85faS.42H: Digs. t7.26fi
K8HEE5P AND LAMBS Recelot. 8.000
head; market steady to 10c lower; lambs,
f 7. 76(8. 60; yearlings, f8. 766-7. 66; wether.
f6.25i.26; ewes, 84.745.00; stockers and
St. Loata Lire Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 20.-CATTLK-Recelpts,
4,000 head, including 1,900 Texans. Market
steady to lOo lower. Native shipping and
export steers. 17.6xva8.00: dressed beef and
butcher steers, 5.2u.6. 70; steers under 1,000
ids., tisruo.iu; Blockers and reeders, 13.4031
6.16; cows and --heifers,. fl.lO(&)5.76; canners,
f2.40tft3.00; bulls, t3.26s-4.; calves,- 16.Wtu-8.76.
Texas and Indian steers, 84.006.90; cows
and heifers, f3.0t.va.50.
HOGS Receipt, 10,40 head. Market
steady. Pigs and lights, 88.407)8.36; packers,
18.4O(B)8.50; butchers and best heavy, f8.6utf
SHEEP ' AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,300
head. Market steady. Native muttons,
f4.75fgi6.00; lambs, f7.26fr8.70; culls aad bucks,
f3.756.2C; Blockers, f3.26$6.00.
"St. Joseph Live Stock Afarket.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. st.-CATTLE-
Receipts 2,600 .head; market slow: steers,
f4. 606. 75; cows and ..heifers, f2.60flti.00;
HOGS Receipts, 8.600 head: market
5&10o lower; top, 18,60; bulk of sales, S8.26
&'8.50. ' ...
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1,000
head; market steady; lambs, f6.00.6&.
Sioux City Llv Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Ia Jan. 20.-8polal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 1,600 head;
market slow. . - i 1
. HOt!8 Raeelnta 1 MM ku, . ,.,v
'opened steady, weak At close; 'rang of
prices, 18.208.45; bulk of ssles, 18.208.40.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday were as follows:
cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha ..
St. Joseph '
Kanaaa city ...
,DVU 10,000 6,700
81. W0 68,600 23,000
OMAHA GBCnL HAKKIST.
Staple and afaacy Prodaco Prices Vsr.
alahed by Bayers and Wholesalers.'
BUTTER Creamery, . No 1, delivered to
.the retail trade in 1-11). carton, 87c; No. L
In 60-1 b. tub, 86Vo; Not 2 in lib. oarton.
E6c; in 60-lb. tuba, 84 He; packing ciOck, solid
pack, 22c; fresh rolls, 22Vc; fancy dairy,
roll, 26o; ' common butter, Z3',c. Market
change every Tuesday.
POULTRY Dressed: Broilers, 15 a dog.;
springs. 16o; hens, 16o; cocks, lHc; ducks,
ltc; geese, 14o; turkey, 26c; pigeons, per
dos., 11.26; Homer squabs, f4 per dos. ; fancy
quabs, 13.60 per dos.; No. 1, 13.00 per dos.
Alive: Broilers, under f ibs., 16c; ovsr 1
lb. 11c; hens, 11c; corks, 7Hc; duckt, full
feathered, 12c; geese, full feathered, 9c;
turkeya, 18u; guinea fowls, fl per aoskj pig
eons, boc per dos
FISH (all frusen) Herring, Co; salmon,
11c; pickerel, 9c; whitefish, llo; pike, 12c;
trout, 16c; catfish, lie; orapplea, otr to 8c;
large crappics, 15c; black- baas, 26c; red
snapper, 13c; smelts, 14c; frog legs, 60c a
doxen;- Spanish mackerel, lhc; eel, 18c;
haddock, 13u; flounders, 12o.
OYSTERS Keleots, small cans, t6c; larg
40c; gallon, fl.86; New York counts, small,
is3c; large, 46c; gallon, 11.96; standards,
small, 2.c; large, 36c; gallon, 11.36.
FRUITS oranges: Extra choice, 96a, 112a,
lbia. box, f2.60; 160, box, 12.66; 176s. 20J
and 316s, box, f2.K6; extra fancy Redlands,
9tls, 112 and 12, box. fZ. 75; l&u, bi-x,
12 si; 176, 2WM, and 216, box, 4U.0V. Lemons:
Kxtta fanoy, 300s and 2um, per box, 16.00;
extra choice, Jous, 860s. per box, 14.76. Grape
tiuit: Florida Indian River, box. ft 00.
Tangerines: Florida, 144s and Ibis,
box, 12.60. Pineapples: Florida Indian
River, 24 and Stun.- oral, f 3 50. Sataunw
Florida, 100 to 160. box, tu.00. Apples
Choice White Pear ma In, fl.So; Uen Lavlsl
Colorado, fl.86; Win Sap, Colorado, 12.00;
Jonathans, Colorado, f2.ou; Greamuga, Colo
rado, par box, 11.50; Missouri Pippius, Colo
rado, per box, $1.75; Utmlten. Colorado,
tyr box, fl.60; Iowa Jonathans, bal, 16.60;
Iowa Wine Sups, bbL, tC.vo, Iowa Missouri
Pippin, bbl., to.OO; Iowa Ben Lavla, ubl..
ft. lb; Hon Lavla, atrlctly No. 1 Missouri,
bbl., f3. 75; Missouri Pippins, strictly No. 1,
bbl., f2.76; Ganos. triully No 1 Missouri,
bbl., 14.00; Greening! . New fork. No. 1
Farmers' pack, bbl., 13.60; extra fancy New
York Gresultigs, bbl., 14.60 . Grapes: Mala-
r;as, extra ehoica Imported, bbl., 16.60; Ma
agaa, fancy Imported, bbl., fa. 00, Malagas,
extra fancy, extra -Heavy, Imported, bbl,.
In. 60, Malagas, .extra fancy, tinted, highly
colored, Imported, bhl., . 18.00. Bananas:
ICvlra fancv. Port Llmnn np riiin,,,inn..
finest and largest, bunch. 1360; extra fancy!
apociai 10-10. ouuene, ounoti, 6.1.04; extra
fancy, bunch, f2 00a2.76. Cranberries.
Butra fancy, long keeping, bbl., 17.60; Jr
sy, lips, bbL, 16 50. Pears: California,
extra fanoy Easier Beurra, box, $2.60. Figs:
New Imported, (-crown, lb,. 14c; new
In. ported, 4-crown, lb.. 13c: new, Im
ported, 11 12-oa packages, box, boo; new
imported, 60 tt packages, box, 12.00; im
ported, 1-ib. basket, Uu.
V't-G ETABLKS Cauliflower: California,
per crate. 12.60. Honeyi Colorado, per
crate. $2 26. Sweet Potatoes: Kansas, f-bu.
bbl., 12.40. Celury; Jumbo Cuiifornla, per
doa, 75o. Head Lettuce: Per hamper, 12 60.
Rutabagas: Canadian, per lb. l'o. Cab
bag: Wleconaln ganuln Holland seed,
lb., fc. Tomatoes: Florida, B-bneket Crate,
. . . - . j . 1 . ... 1 . .
6"T urate, ao.eu. vin turnips, reea, t.;ar-
rot or raranlt: Per bbl., 11.26. Oglonc
Red Globe, extra large, per lb.. i-o;
Spanish, large cratea, crate, tl.60: Spanleh,
mall New York crate, oratej, fl M.
BKF.r CUTS No. 1 rlb, lrtc; No. ribs,
llo; No. I rib. 8 '40; No. 1 loin, 12c; No. 1
loin, 13Vic: No. 8 loin, 8c; No. 1 chuck.
7 Wo; No. 1 chuck, 6o; No. 1 xhuck, 6o;
No. 1 round, 9c; No. 8 round, 740; No. I
round. To; No. 1 plate, 6ac; No. 2 plate,
60; No. 1 plate, 4'to.
NUT9 Almond: Drake seedlings, per
lb., Uo; Braslla, large, per lb., l'.'Vo; fil
berts, large, Jr lb.. 13c;- pevanai jumbo
Texas, per IbT, 16c; pocana, nmllum Texas,
per lb., 12VC; black walnuts, per lb., IV;
hickory, email, per lb., Be; hickory, large, ..
per lb., 4o: California walnuts. No. t soft
shell, per lb., 16c; California wajnutav No.
2, soft shell, per lb., lie; peanuts, raw, per
lb., 60; peanuts, Jumbo, raw, per lb., S'",c;
peanuts, roasted, per lb., 80; peanuut,
salted, rr box, fl.26.
DATKS Thirty 1-lb. package, per box,
f2.25: new Hallawe'en, per lb.. to; aurir
walnut, per box, 11.26: fan), per lb.. 10a
Cotton. Market. . .1
NEW YORK, Jan. 20 The cotton market
opened steady at a decline of 4'd 15 points.
In response to disappointing cables. Hut
there waa a good foreign demand here,
probably by straddlera against early sales .
In the Engllah market and the active
months soon sold up to within a point or
two of last night. There was a little Wall
street selling early, but no great volume
of liquidation from any source.
Future opened steady; January. 12.90c. .
bid; March. 12.96c: May, 14.0fc; July. 14 10c;
August, I3.9O0: September, 13 08c; October. '
12.60c; November, 12.45c. offered; Leoem- '
Future closed Irm; January, 14.01c; Feb
ruary. IS 95c; March. 14c: April, 14.04c; May,
14.12; June, 14.12c; July 14.12c; AtjgtiM; '
13 90c; September, IS.O60; , October, 11. 7Vcj
Spot closed quiet, 26 points' lower J mid
dling uplands, 14.11.0; middling gulf, 14.46V;
sales ftoO bales. - .
GALVESTON, Jan. 20.-OOTTON Steady
ST. LOins, Jan. 20. COTTON Dell; mid
dling, liil,c Sales, none: . receipts, 6.974 .
hales; shipments, 6,644 bale; stock. 42.068
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. iO.-COTTON-Spots
were nominal. Ixiw ordinary, 11 6-16c,
ordinary, 18 9-16c; strict good ordinary, 14c;
low middling, 14 7-16c: strict low middling,
14c; middling, 16c: strict middling. 16Hc;
good middling. 1614c; strict good middling,
16 7-16o; mlMllng fair, IB 9,-lflc; middling fair
to fair, 16 I6-I60. Receipt, 6,329 bale;
took. 112,480 bale. -
Oils and Rosin.
OIL CITT, Jan. . OIL Credit balances,
fl40; runs. 161,161; average, 145.770; ship
ments, 194.600; average, 211,4:77.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Jan. 20. -OIL Turpen
tine firm, 69W&6940.
ROSIN Firm. Quote: ' B, D and R.
4.2iW; F. M27; G. f4.3io4S5. H, fa.STS.
I, H 60; K, f6.70; M, f6.10; N, fti.66; WG, ffl.66; '
Dr. Corilcy is,
Urged to Remain
Fourteen men of the First Baptist church
met with the pastor. Rev. J. W. Conley, at
the Toung Men's Christian association Ut
luncheon, heard Dr. Conley give hia rea
sons for going to Fresno and urged him to
reconsider his determination to resign the
local charge. ' "
Dr. Conley told the parlhloner that he
hgd been planning to announce hi resig
nation the coming Sunday morning at ser
vice. An earnest effort on the part of the
whole church Is being made to 'get Dr.
Conley to stay. The fourteen men who
lunched with him were among the most
Influential members ot the First Baptist
church. . j . . : J .
COURT HOUSE CORNERSTONE
WILL BE LAID NEXT MONTH
First . Week In February Wilt Sea
Ceremony Old . Uecordej' te (Co', ,"M
la New BallillnsTi, . ,
The corner stone of the new. Douglas
county, court house will be laid with due
ceremony some day In the first Week in
February. The Masonlo fraternity will
have charge of the ceremony.
It la likely that the records and papers
In the corner stone of the old court house
will be reburied in the corner atone of the)
new building. This -plan waa . originated
by County Commissioner Jeff W. Bedford,
and has met with favor upon the part of
the other commissioners. , .
Stone masona will be commissioned In a
day or two to dla out the old corner Mono.
The board will 'consider details of1 t,he .
corner stone laying ceremony at Ita next
meeting. . , ,, .
V 1 '
; ,, Simple Hemefty tor aagtlfH, .!'',,
Ls grippe coughs are dangerous, as they
frequently develop into pneumonia. Foley'
Honey and Tar not only stop the, cough,
but hls and strengthens the lungs so that
rto sorlous results need be feared. The
genuine Foley's 1 Honey and Tar contain
no harmful drugs and Is In A yellow pass
age. Sold by all druggist. . , . ., ,
WAS NO ,"M0RAL TURPITUDE"
Men Convicted la Land Provocations
In Omaha Clrcalate Opinion ,
of Jadge Phllllna. . a',
. Copies of the opinion oft the circuit court
of appeals denying a new trial in the cases
of Bartlett Richards, W. O. Comstock, A.
Triplets C. C. Jameson, T. M. Huntington,
A. B. Todd and Fred Hoyt,' in the Wed
land trial cases in which tho defendants
were convicted two years ago, are being .
senf out by friends of the defendants Vltlj
the copy of the dissenting opinion of kludge
PhllHUS. , ; , , .,
The dissenting opinion Is the one tb which '
the special attention pf the . recipients ' is
called by certain passages indicating that
"moral turpitude" was hot shown In any
of the'acts of the defendants .these pas
sages being liberally underscored.
The application for a writ of ,cerVoraft
to the United States supreme court will he
filed by the attorneys for the defendants at
an early date, they having been given ah
externum of lxy days In which to make
such application. The sixty days will ex
plrs about March 1.
- . Frightened Into- Kite f .'
by fear of appendicitis, take Dr. King's
New Life Pills and away goesi bow
trouble. Guaranteed. ' 25c. For JgJe . by
Beaton Drug Co. ,. ,
MILLION LEFT TO ELMA
Another Will by Oeergt Rhodlea'la
1 . Announced br Lawyers fog
INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 20. JAn' ' state
valued at 81,000,000 Is left entirely (0 a
woman known as Elma Dare, by the last
will of the late George Khodlua of this elty,
whose marriage to the Woman was an
nulled. The announcement was made by
the woman's attorney's today. Elma Dare,
or Doddsworth, la said to now be, In' Chi
cago. A will by Rhodlu already ', "filed
leaves not a oent to the Dare womari and
about fWO.OOO to, Indianapolis for parkav
1 1 1 ' -
Use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coughs, oolds. croup and whooping eough.
Ucrbcrl E, Gooeli Co, ?
Broken ind Dcil'erif , ,
y 1 ' it.
Owaaa Offiooi Slo . T. aida. '
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