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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1912.
POIXTRT AM. PET STOCK
BABY chicks, stork and eggs.
Largest hatchery in Illinois; 45 va
rietiea of land and water fowls. Val
uable 191! catalogue free. Pine Ridge
Poultry Farm. R. R. Prail. prop., 456
Walnut St.. Preeport. 111.
Elfctrle ru fixtures Omaha Silver Co.
If Cement t'o., 17tb and Cumins.
Fucha Boa 4: Bl pd. painting, decorating.
Ma-on.y ginl, joboer. Heaiy. Web. I21l7
citv rKoptRTY for sale.
OUR LETTER duplicating work Is un
excelled. A trial will convince yea. Botb.
phone. Western Duplicating Co.. 40! Bee.
FOR RENT. SALE OR EXCHANGE
Strictly modern residence of 7
rooms and bath: large barn.
choice south and east front lot. one
block front Walnut Hill car line.
Will sell on easy terms, take
smaller place In exebanse or good.
clear lots; or would consider good
tenant. 4tS Parker St.
R H. Landeryou
'S B4. or Trade Bldg.
Douglas AM. A-M5I.
FOR BALK-cottsge, six rooms and
basement; good well, two lots; Xl.0. tots)
cash, balance on payments. Owner leav
ing city. Inquire at i. J. Maly. 2KB Q
street. South Omaha. Neb.
I good lots. 3th and Franklin, (360.00
J. H. PARROTTE. Board of Trade.
ACREAGE FOR SALB
Wt have listed with us for a QUICK
SALE by a NON-RESIDENT OWNER,
the best bargain you ever saw in a t-aere
tract of land. It is located Just across
the Una in Barpy county, where uses
are nominal. Has a FIRST-CLASS SIX
ROOM HOUSE, well and astern, good
bams and outbltldlnga; splendid vine
yard and considerable other fruit,
THIS BARGAIN will not last long.
Whoever sees it first will buy it sure.
O'Neil's Real Estate
& Insuraice Agency
1503 Farnam St., Omaha,
SI3 N. Mth St., South Omaha.
. Both Phones.
THIS place for sale; 1575 Harney St.:
must leave town at once. 'Phone Doug
"ARM RANCH LAID MR SALS
Mrttlma t elwaakla.
Choice Taller farms in tracts of Id aeras
or mere on easy terms, within 1 to I muss
trom the towns along the Ui and Truaa
Pearls Railway between Fort Oeorge and
Prince Rupert Write for booklet --ee-ecrlbins
this wonderful oouoiry. - H.
Aleve!, District Sales Agent. (31 Paxton
mag., ismsits. raen.
DON'T WAIT t TEARS.
BUT CALIFORNIA FI'LLrBKARINQ
MONEY BACK IP NOT SATISFIED.
Wo.sD cash and WO.OO per month buys
five seres with full bearing fruit trees
In the famous Bldwell orchards at
Chito, Cak Payments Include Interest
snd taxes. Tour money back If not sal
totted upon Investigation. The Bldwell
orchards are the most noted snd pro
ductive In the wonderful Sacramento
valley of California. It's our confidence
In this land that prompts this generous
orrer. v e ve peacties, prunes, almonds,
apricots and Bartlett pears. Buyers
railroad fares, not exceeding 128 00, will
be credited on purchase pries, land sd
jolus ,..e thriving town of Chico (14,4V)
population). (References: Any bank of
Cmco. American National bank of San
Francisco and First National bank of
.-eu Leandro.) Send for valuable, infor
mation and facta to
Bldwell Orchards, Inc., Chlco. Cel.
rpi.ru t ivn op TTvcTTTrr'
X ILXJ VTA. J J AS kJiAJi, JLi
We are offering 10. and 44-scre tracts
and upwards located In Columbia county
near Lake City. Florida, St) miles west of
Jacksonville ana only so miles rrom St.
Augustine. This property Is Intersected
l.y three railroads of national reputation,
which furnish the best of services at
reasonable rates to all markets of the
The climate Is Meal. Pine farms sre
r.nw being worked In our tsret with
.exceptionally good results. Own one of
uur farms. Investigate our offer. Small
.ash payments and easy terms.
Ue rates daily. Tickets good until
flOBT. C. DRUESEDOW A CO.
Set Omaha National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE t "
FARM R.4MCH I. l.NDS FOR SALIt
SACRIFICE SALJ4S acre farm.
well improved, good land, near CM lead.
Neb. Must be sold inside of days re
gardless of what it la worth. Get busy
at once and submit offer. Liberal terms
send for tail description. write or can
on CharlaslE, Hebb. Qilead. Neb.
8AHPT county tana. Good, well Im
proved ISO. s miles from Gretna. Large
new basement, barn 40xs-ft., 'arge
double corn crib, S-room house. 135 seres
cultivation. XI law per acre; xi.www
cash will handle this. Box 123. Spring
SYtiTK moiOH BARGAIN!, ten acres
bearing peaches: SO seres alfalfa: 44 acres
alfalfa, close in: 13 acres 1 ra' es out.
lovemmant irrigation, plenty of water,
healthful climate, good schools Writs to.
amy. Hartshorn a? -o jansm uios-.
rarlsbad. N. M.
$10 Per Month
10 Acres Fruit Land
10 MILES FROM
NO INTKKEST. NO TAXES FOR TWO
On shell road to Houston, insur
ing sure markets for sure crop.
R H. Landeryou
443 Bd. of Trsde Bldg.. oroaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, UuiaiAUnAM at ATLA.V
Lands adaptable ti the wwest rsnge of
crops. Ail u money crops ot toe avuia
pleuiifuliy produced. rr literature u eat
ing with tats coming country. Its soil,
inmate, church ana Kooot aavauiaaes,
W. H. LEAHT, DPT. K.
lieneral I'ajsengsr Agent.
$721 equltv 5-acre Payette Valley Land
snd Orchard company contract. Fayette,
Idaho, can be had tur aa rash if taken
bw February. 1 went the money. Ad
dress K 111 Bee. Omaha.
uliAMA froperty and Nebraska Lands
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.
Mil New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
WAMtvD-City loans ana warrants, W.
Fsrnsm Smith A Co., 133 Farnara St
FARM LOANS near Omaha: no eom.
mission; optional payments; cheap money.
Orln 8. Merrill. 1213 City Nat l Bank Bldg.
MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties, tl.tfue to XSM.HM. W. U.
THOMAS, SOJ Klrst Nst'l Bank Bldg.
.,a. - . i i.irt - .1 .. . ...I V TV
fiw VI aia,vw iiiwhj muniyn.'i . an
Weed, Weed Bldg., ISth and Fsrnsm
WANTh;u City loans. Peters Trust Co'
GARVIN BROS. IRSfiSt
LARGE loans, municipal bonds, mort
gages bought snd sold. 8TULL BROS,
FOR WESTERN LAND LOANS.
Write us. we might be sble to help you.
8. E. Walt Co., Mortgage brokers, tit
Bee Bldg., Omaha
FOR HALE OR EXCHANGE
For Sale or Trade
50 sores In Monona county, Iowa ten
miles esst of draws; two miles from
Turin: fine Improvements, consisting of
7-room dwelling, modern except heat:
large two-story barn, double corn enh
witn anveway, wagon scales, hog pens,
cattle sheds snd other outbuildings;
wind mills, orchard, school adjoining
premises; Improvements cost over I7.4W.
Lead consists ot shout UO seres, rleh
vslley plow lend, none subject to over
flow; la) seres uplsnd, sll of which can
be eultlvated, snd about 14 acres In pas
ture, which may be massed rough. The
soil Is s rich loam with clay subsoil. The
land Is sll fenced snd cross-fenced. Price
tliMW. one-third cash; encumbrance !.,;
would consider Omaha or (south Omaha
property for flO.&oo equity, or would take
In sood clean merchandise stock us to
value of equity
8)0-U Brandels Theater Bldg.
Fine half section, clear for aloes la land
or city property.
I. CONNER, OMAHA.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Traders Who Have Been Balluh
Bow Expect Higher Value.
KOVQtXHT OF COM IS DELAYED
Late Offering Have Be) A hearsed
by Very Coatldestt ere re and
Serfs Asw gkaerlasT tko
OMAHA. Jan. 13. Mil
Traders who hsve been bullish on wheat
for the last three months during the
period of heavy movement and Increasing
toeks are expecting higher markets
now because the period of distribution Is
due. The visible supply today showed a
decrease of over laSn.ego bushels snd
prices trom now on will be msde of do
mestic rendition, the distributing demand
will probably be the feature that will
make prices snd a fighting market for
both sides Is more than likely.
As the severe ooUl weather has contin
ued the promise of a big movement of
corn has been still further deiayed. Late
orrenngs, however, hsve been shsored
by very confident buyers, snd shorts are
showing the most uneasiness. Am J
weather would change sentiment.
Lower foreign markets and weak South
American cables save wheat a weak tone
despite the mors bullish domestic news.
issh wneat was lc lower.
Com continues to more then hold Its
own, owing to untsvorsble weather and
very act he southern demand. Cash corn
was tic higher.
Primary wheat receipts were asM
buehels snd shipments were Jls.000 bush
els, against receipts last year of ;.)
bushels snd shipments of 130,909 bqshtla
Primary corn receipt were tsxUKs) bush
els snd shipments were es3,is bushels,
against receipts last year of l.VTilM bush
els and shipments of etn.OM bushels.
uiearsncee were IVKII bushels or corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour eaual
to J49.;o bushels.
Liverpool closed unchanged to Hd lower
on wheat snd ttd to td higher on corn.
The following cash sales were reported:
Wheat No. ! hard: 1 car. si.oiu; l car.
tl.OO. No. 3 msrd: t cars, $1 On. No. 4 hsrd:
2 cars, sec No. S spring: 1 car, ll.uH. No.
I spring: 1 car, 11.0!. Corn No. 4 white:
i car, tic Ka. a yellow: 1 car, srac; l
car, ?V; ! cars, W4c No, 4 yellow: 1
car, 61o; 1 car, H4c: 1 car, 41c; 1 car.
Hc. No. mixed: I car, 2c; 3 cars.
ctWc; 1 car. 2e. No. 4 mixed: 4 cars, tie:
1 car. "Vc; l car, Wc. No grade: 1
cars, SSc; 1 car, Kc. Oste No. S white: 1
car, ttc; t cars, 4sr. Nr. 4 white: 1 car,
4;fcc. No grade: 1 ear. 47Hc
Omaha Cask prises. ' .
WHEAT No. I hard, vfoJel.: No. 1
hard. Wctftl.ttl: No. 4 hard. Wctoti.w.
CORN-No. S white. aitfSJSc; No. 4
white, sSlc: No. I yellow, SMSflic: No.
4 ve.ww. swtslc; No. S. 4J4itjoic; No. 4.
subsllc: no grade, mmmsc.
OAT-No. I white. 4sM4c: standard,
4S44SHc; No. 3 white. 4H4(4c: No. I
white, He47''; No. i yellow. t;,t-l;
No. 4 yellow, 47MrtT4.c.
BARLEY Malting, 1.S1 31; No. 1
RYE No. t MtJMr; Ns. t. SefrWc.
Chlrsgo 1 7 U
Minneapolis 4SS ... .,,
Omsha 34 3i 14
180 ACRES land, best soil, for grocery
snd meat market in city. Ill N. Ulh St.
sxcnankS tor vacsnt lots or merchandise.
What hare you7 N lu'4. Bee.
WANTED. CITY 1HOPERTY.
f have a good small farm to exrnenge
for good residence In Omsha: prefer I or
1, to 7-rootned cottages; must be -clear,
or nearly so; will carry or pay cash oic
rerenc. Address P. O. Box 4M. Omsna
I HANDLE trades sverywhere. If you
went ruulta write or call, J. W. D&AN.
ml Bee Bldg., D-iatt.
FOR SALE In a country town, electric
light plant, garage, telephone exchange
and cuy water works. si City Natl.
43 sere place 4 miles east of Council
Bluffs, well improved with good house
and barn: lots of fruit snd some slfalts.
One mils to R. R. station. Want Isrm
of SO to tut scree In central Nebraska
Will pay cash difference or assume In
cumbrance. 43-acre plaee clesr snd
worth the price. Out). MrOee Reel Es
tate Co., U Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Ss tares et the Trading is Clastag
Prises aa sard et Trrnde.
CHICAGO. Jsn. IS Revised estimates
Indicating that despite heavy crop dam
age the Argentine would have an ex
portable surplus f.Sns.tos bushel Isrger
then ever betore resulted today In break
ing the back of the wheat market. Which
declined V to HtV from Saturday
night. Corn flolxbea a shade tower to
4.c up, oats Uc off and hog products 3ta
down to 2ec up.
it wss not until Buenos Avres reported
a fall ot rtfta tnat wheat futures in Chi
cago began to waver. Investigation
showed that today's unset In South A mer
le sn prices msoe s toisl decline ot loc
In less thsn a week.
The final official report on trie is
nadisn.whest crop made the total yield
fi,wi2,m bushels grester tlmn tor ths
twelve months that went before. There
was a decided diminution in the United
States risible supply total, but the com
bined figures for cansda and this coun
try were stl.674.0in bushels, against ,.-
0 bushels a year ago. Msy ranged from
Kiovaj.giHs. ciot.ng weak, hhv net
lower, st n-v.
Msy corn nuctusted between stc sna
sCsc with the cloe essy at t4vtc.
Just the asms ss Saturday night. Casn
grades were steady. No. 1 yellow. In car
lota eras auo.ed st ewrrrsc ror old.
There wss tsir selling or oat.. May
ranged from ttyfeOV to 4rHrc. wits
last sales st 4."V. no different st all
from ths ffnsl figures of Saturday.
At ths close the provision market level
did not appear to have been changed
either way to any significant extent.
leaning options cioeeo as tonoww:
FOR 8AI.E-tl.ono to I1.MM 1st farm
mortgages running 1 lo i years at per
cent. Ms city Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
NEW PIANO for team ot horses, liar
WANTED TO REXT
NEAR MAARMAN Pickle works, with
modern conveniences. II 1119, Bee.
WASTED TO BUY
M-hand goods, Kleser. lfta Center. D. KsZ
WANT TO BUY Stock of merchandise
In country for rash. Box 3U, Omaha.
Idaho state Lands Imitation means
modern and scientific farming and sure
crops. Idaho state lands do not require
all cash, but U to IS yearw time is given
with s moderate csh payment down.
Potatoes, grain, sugar -beets, alfalfa.
strawberries, etc. sre some of the crops
rsised. An ires aortnweetem Land Co.,
THE easiest way to tlnd a buyer for
your farm Is to insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation in the state et lows, 4i.uw dally.
Toe Capital is read by and believed ta
bv the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
refuse us permit any other paper In their
homes Rates, 1 cent a word a day: 11.21
per Una per tamnta; count six ordinary
wards to the line. Address Dae Maiaea
Capital. De Mo-nee. la.
FARMS for rent or sale on crop pay
menu. J. Mulhail. Sioux City, ta
OET a home In the Mills Lscs region,
the saosc Ieruie pert ot central Minne
sota Land Ues near ta ths markets of
Duluth snd Superior snd Minneapotai
sad St. PauL Is selling from Hiss and
up on easy payments snd long time.
WrHe fee list, . K. BurreU. Oaamla,
WANTKD-fueiuun as housekeeper br
respectable middle-aged lady. Prefer
home with children. Also experienced as
nurse. Address Mrs. Mario Turner, gen
eral deuvery. council Blurts, is.
WASH I NU ana ironing done. T.. H.M3)
WANTED Position by experienced
electrical engineer; graduate of L 8. C;
can turniah references. Address Oscar
Rdwarns, Armour. . D.
SITUATION wanted ss manager of
general store, country town; experienced.
O M, Bee.
BOOKKEEPING snd clerical work
evenings snd Saturdays, use typewriter.
Address I, 749, Bee.
THKEel young ladles, pisno player and
singer, went positions In picture show.
experienced, uougles Was. K ,,., nee.
POSITION wanted by oomsetesi lady
ttenogrspbsr; references) as to abUuy.
YOV'M) MAN wants position as bar
tender: experienced. S SIS, Bee.
W ANVtu-Pusuioo by aa expert pea
mso; bookkeeping experleace; also expe
rience as policy engrosser enh Insurance
company: bes: of references; age, 33;
married. -'Phone Douglas 3021
Wans isu aestres stosds pisces of
gay work; neat, conscientious; does set
disappointment sngasuMals. Puoas ta.
WANTED A position as wstchanas sr
secret servicing, good references, u MM,
TOI NU LADY stenographer desires
position: good references. Webster 41 at
YOL'NU lady desires position In office
where there is a chance ror advancement.
Small wagea to start. Can operate type
writer. Webster T1
a V MnerUncAd eejihler deslree Doet
tion. uous- 5.
in ivr.lt ttu atiuUni I V-,r h !
lege, opportunity to earn bosra or board
and room. Aoaresa tj liea, xiee, or
phone Doug. 774L
LIVE STUCK MARKET OP WEST
aip your stock ts south Omaha; save
mileage and shrinkage. Tour eonaga
menta receive prompt and careful sues
LITE STOCK COMMISSION" MZR
CHA.1T8 Byers Bros, A Co. Strong and responsfbla
WOOD BRlMi.. tU-m axchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co.. Omsha A Lenver.
W. & eMITU 4k SON Just handle sheep.
Article! Open. High.) Low. Close.l rist'y.
Sept.l SiS 4s4,:ssti
July. t?,j 44SH 44Strwl
Bpt.l sk. fwi ev evi er-.
Pork 1 111
Msy. 14 I 14 40 I 14 30 J 14 W ) If 11
July. I 14 4141 14 60 114 45 ( 14 46 14 4Jb
Lsra i I ... I I I
mi nS' i
northern. 1.06Sil.lS: No, 2 northern. HM
Bias; No. 3 northern. 31.WpU.tf:: No. i
spring. SScwfl.ai; No. 3 spring, V-4jtl 4&;
No. 4 spring. WrT.41 Ot: No. 4 spring, SBC
rt!.0; velvet chsft, icitl X; durum. r
t)U.4a. Corn. No. 3. ac: No. 3. sivokc:
No. 3 white. tiUBaUjc: No. 3 yellow, j
tKc: No. 4, 4unic: No. 4 white, oratpsjc:
No 4 yellow, ternile tints. No. X, 4K:
No. 3 white. sooftrV: No. 3 white, ttstf
9c: No. 4 white, 44it4V: standard.
4(6bo. Rye: No. 1 6V. Hay:
Timothy. tU'OutiUVv; clover, tUOsfjjl.sV
BI'TTKR Firm; creameries, tj3oc.
EGOS Easy: recelpis. "S3 rases: st
mark, rases Included, initTSiVsc: ordinary
firsts. 4tJHc; firsts. t'4c.
CHEESB-Steady; daisies. 16-4jl,c;
twins, MtJlwVc; young Americas, li'iij
PtiTATOES Steady; receipts. Si cars;
PorLTRT-steady; turkeys, lSUWe.
chickens. 1314c; springs. Rijc.
CW yORK 4.E14EHAI. MARKET
ttaetatless af the Day Varleas
C ess ssedl ties.
NEW YORK, Jaa. iS.-FLOCR-Steady;
spring Pdlents. fa.lutie.4o: winter strm.ghts.
iUMI: winter patents, n.fctuM.
spring clears. H.J4.e9, Kansas strsights.
4.w4.7o. Itye flour, firm; fair to good.
4.;04.3; choice to fancy. $4.9M.
Buckwheat flour, firm. stiotK-K per iw
CORNMKAL-Stssdv: fine white sna
yellow, tl.W4jl.ii; coarse, il.4Mfl.iJ; kiln
dried, 33. 46.
RYE Firm: NO, 3 H OT c. 1. t. liutiato.
BARLEY Firm; malting. ll.3o4il.lS c
L f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Spot market, steady: no. i
red. Sitic. elevator, exoort basis, and
tl.it), f . o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Du
luth. II. is. i o n. stlost. f utures marset
opened steady on small world's exports
and reports of a better cash demand In
the west, but eased oft under liquidation
foilowlnsi the weakness In the northwest
owing to proposed lower freight rates on
Canadian wheat to northwestern potcta.
closing c to c net lower. May closed at
!.) 7-14, July at
CORN 45pot market, rirm: export, new.
TOo, t. o. b. afloat. Futures market nom
inal. Kxport sales, 9 wads.
OATS 8 pot market, steady. Futures
HAY Firm: prims, l.: no. i. itjo;
No. 3. rUtal.M: No, t, sVtl.su.
HIDES-Uuiet: Central America, Cc;
LEATHER Ptrm: hemlock firsts, SMi
rc: seoonda, MtMei talrda tlstSc: re
PROVISIONS Fork, steady: mesa, xn.es
CITS: tsmlly, ll OutyJu 09; short clears,
n7.oMfli.60. Beef, firm: mesa ll&OOrMM:
family, tl4Jfttli.; beef hams, twaoA
tl.W. Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies.
10 ts 14 pounds, ivSHic: pickled hams.
lllU4c. Lard, steady; middle west
prims, l.4(V S; refined easy; continent,
gino; South America, tl.4; compound.
TALLOW-Qulst; prime city hhda lc;
snecisl, SSc; pountry. Hresie.
BLTTER-Flrm; eresmery spedsls, 41c;
extras. 40c; process speck.lt, 28c; extras,
CHKESK Firm: skims. 7VrC.
EteOS Quiet: fresh gathered extras, 17
63m; extra fl:st, 3ec; western gathered
POULTRY Dressed, firm: western
chickens, UVjtflfw; fowls, 14tfl74c; tur
t. Leols r.eaerstl Market.
ST. LOl'IS, Jsn. uV-WHBAT-Cash.
steady; traok. No. 3 red. l.l4lu3; No, I
hard, tl.ayftl.im; May. tc; July. eji.
CORN-Strong; track. No. I stc; No.
3 white. CHtewc; May. sSVlSSec; July,
OATS-FIrm; trsck. No. 1, 6Sc; No, t
white, slHoaic; Msy, Son.
FUJI'R-Htesdv; red winter nstents.
M.SOIri.n); extra fancy and strsights, S3.U0
tvt. -e; hsrd winter clears, Is.4urj4.as.
BRAN-Higher; sacked, east trsck, ll.M
HAY-rVsrce: timothy. S4a7.0l; prai
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Job
blng. tllOO. 1 jrd. unchanged; prima
steam. tB.0744A4.)T4 Dry salt meats, un
changed: boxed, extra shorts, H.7i; clear
rlh. is TS: short clears. U.K7tk Heron, un
changed; boxed extra shorts, e.ft; clear
eha SS74' short clears. as..,V4.
POl'LTRT-Steady; chickens, 11c;
amings. 11c; turkeys, HMtTltci ducks, lie;
BI'TTER Higher; creamery, 4l34c.
leimie hhla. : 7.SWI 4,70!
Wheat, bu. aW) .
Corn. bu. I4I.1W) .
6at. hi: 77.00J UMSAI
Kaasaa Pity Orala and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo Jsn. IS. WHEAT
i-..h aieadv: No. t hard. ! OMrt.W: No.
3. tiSItl.7; No. I red, c4l.w; No. 3,
shsio; Msy, ll.svHl.Hk, sellers; July.
CORN ntesay to VtV nignre; .vo.
mixed, s6H47c; No. I. BHtt4.'; No. 3
white. 7iic: No. 3. Itc; Msy, &e.
sellers; July, So-
OATH unensngeo; mo. s wnue, seqay,
sic: Ns. 3 mixed, 4H4uic.
uir-WKik to 8c loser: choice
timothy, t21.0afja.4S; choice prairie, 14.M
K 1 n r. tv I reamer y, see; iirscs, c;
seconds, 3'; pscUng stock, iJV'.
KUUS-Extras, 34c; nrsts, ; seconas,
Wheat, bu. 44.w o.o)
Corn, bu H7.0W ai.WM
Oats, bu 1.0I ,)
All ITT I I IVTJ PTrtfiT UIDtTT ir less of a sernMis affair, as Incoming
UfflfUlft LllU OllUa JllfUll t"""1 generally late In their sched
Cattle Steady and in Some Cases Tea
HOGS ABE FIVE 10 TES HIGHER
Sheep and La a be Isj Fair Desaaaei al
Steady Prices Tralw Service Is
Madly Demoralised by the
Severe t ela Weather.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. 15, ISlt
Receipiawere: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Estimate Monday 4 HO ; 3 7S
Same day last week.... 4.4K! tviJl .1
Same day 3 wks ago... l.2e ikl 4,le
Same day 3 ska ago. ..Holiday.
Same day 4 wks ago... 4.M MTt .7S!
Same day last year.... 4.77S . 3,1s U.4T5
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South tmaha
for the year to dale ss compared with
last year: mi. an. Inc.
fftttiM 4. . JA IMS . I?rt
Hogs ;;;;."."uviiit aa!?"-5
Sheep 7I.SS (H.Si.'S 11.301
Tne following table shows the rsnge of
prices paid for hogs st South Omsha for
the last few days, with comparisons:
Date. I iit. 11911. ll.ilsi.m i''7 !l-
Jsn. 1. .
im 7 i 4i
I T 111 I Sit 3
141 I 431 t
4 111 in:
4 S4l 34
4 i 4 i S a
tbitl T7 e fl , Jt 3, .
4 at i 7 Si' 1 n 1 4 ts, ; i a
I Wei 7 ;t, I in, 4 74 4 li I, 4 il
17 I 7 7, S U i sj I I 3i S 3s
4 7 7 1( 4 4kl i Ml 4 01 ItS
T 4i S wet' S S7; 4 a
I I 45. t K7I 4 m i It' 5
ulea At the opening there were unly
few shipments available, mostly lambs,
and after these changed hands packers
acre forced to wait for more stock,
buying offerings as soon as yarded all
through the morning.
Steady prices prevailed from the start,
fat lambs selling up to Sfi.SO during early
rounds, with fat sheep values poorly
tested, owing to sesretty of ewes, weth
ers and yearlings. Good fat Ismbs moved
tmmri kM4S ImJtcstiiiir auotah
I top on prims quality of S4.M or possibly
r uu. Fair to good lamns ranged irom
ftat downward, the spread between cull
and choice strings amounting to about
Total receipts were moderate, the esll
msts of twenty-five doubles Including
only a small number of sheep with plenty
of finish. Eastern consumptive demand
for muttons has been steadily broadening,
however, and It Is sate to state that
strictly prints ewes would land around
14 i-4.ei without much trouble. At-
tiactlve wethers were wanted within S4 4
ttjj and extra good handy yearlings
r AUittehla lie to aV7Y
There was little or no business In feeder
clsssss, as almost everything coming st
has been comteo. leaving ins
market for thin stock practically barren.
Country outlet is also vsry restricted.
last week s feeder purensse suiououue
to only 4.tSX) head.
Quotations nn sheen and lambs: Good
to choice lambs, Ss.iii7.W; lambs, fsir to
good, ti ..; yesrlings. good to choice,
aVSUBtkW; fair to good yeariira, 44 4jl
good lo choice wethers. t4 KI4J4
fair to good wethers. 14 154J4.40: good ts
choke swss, S4.944.s; fair to good ewes,
15S western lambs, feeders,
3:13 fed lambs
Receipts and disposition- of live stork
at the l nlon stock yards st South Omaua
for twenty-lour hours ending at I o cioca
C. M. ft S. P. Ry... 4
abash R. II T
L'nion Pacific R. R. 1J 37 I
C. N. VV., east.... S e I
C. N. V. . west..., ti 33 S
C, S. P., Ht. tc O.... 1 J
C, B. A east.... 41 17 t
C K. I, A P.. east.. 1
C, K. I. a p., went. .. 4
Illinois Central Ry.. ... I
Total receipts '..134
Jan.. t e
May.l 4 49
July. 1 r.'H!
Jan.. 1 I 57W s w
Msy.ll SO-5SI 85
40-;H' J7H! THi
S S6-,H I 66-714)!
I 76 f S714?, gI4k,
s ev 1
I 47701 I 47Vi
t S7HI 8 SO I t 571,
I 77H S T7VU S )
IK I IG I I Itt
Cash quotations were ss follow-x.
FLOUR-tsteedy: winter patents, gj.754
4iw: winter strsights, tiosjMeV spring
patents, nwrtw; spring siraignts, ei-am
4 : bakers, ls.oiW4.Iii.
RYK No. 1. rte.
BARLEY Feeo or mixing. SX4SI1.48:
fair to choice malting. tl.S91.3s.
Biiiiiiw nmotny, ti.v'wio.w; ciover.
PKOViMMiiVB ateee pore, Ota, sio,str;
new. IRH7V4. Lsrd. in tierces. SS.37H.
Short ribs, loose, pl.t
Total clearances 01 wneat and nour
were eiiual to 47.000 bu. Primary receipts
were 6W.WJ0 bu.. compared with IT4.WJ0 bu.
the corresponding day a year sga The
visible supply of whest In the United
States derreased IMS) 60S bu. for the week.
The amount of breadstuff on ocean pas
sage decreased lt,uu bu. Ftlniated re
relnta for tomorrow: Wheat. 12 cars:
corn. SB cars; oats, 131 ears; hogs, 30,M0
Chicago Cash Prices Com. No. 1 red.
Ktaennc; No. 3 red. Kgrttc: No. 2 hard.
aSctjIltC; No. 1 Mr, XciiU.W; No. 1
LITE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Live Steek C'SMatsatseloa Meeehanta.
TAGG BR08. handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
Clsy. Robinson A Co.. for Each. Bludg,
Interstate Co. Bet'er results. Ship to US
CLIFTON Com. CO..
I Rxehsnge Btdg.
L. E. ROBERTS gt CO.. S r.xca. Bldg.
Cox g J ones Com. Co., buach o' ustlera
Farmers L 8. Com. Co.. Vf Eschsnsa
Deposit proceeds of shipments In Stock
fares Nat'l bank. Only bank at yards.
Martin lirue. Co- 303-4 Excn. Btdc.
OMAHA. THE GKAI MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO- grain metckasta,
foaetgnmenu solicited. 733 Braadela, -
PROPOSALS FOR FILTRATION
PLANT: Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Central Division. Federal Building. Chi
cago. 11L. January IS, UU, - Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will bo received by
the quartermaster at sort Omaha, Ne
braska, until II o'clock, a. m. central
time, February ts. tstx. ani then openeel
for the const ruction of a Flltrstioa plant
at that post. Full information, plans
and specifications furnished on applica
tion to that ornoer or to this ornee. cot.
J no- L, Clem, chief ouartennaster.
Mlaaeapolts Orala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 15, WHEAT
May, II1; July, tlsoH: cash, no. 1
hard, II V No. 1 northern, 11.''; No.
I nortliern. 31 S; No. 3, tl.siikffi.ont.
BARLEY soc lo tl.S.
CORN No. 3 yellow, CilOSC.
OATS-No. 3 white, 47c.
RYE No. 3, Hire.
VUll'IU First patents. fc.Xmi.fa; sec
ond patents, t4.tOOO.10; first clears, t3.S)
Ij3.; second elesrs, xi..Mierj.w.
l'hlladelphla Prodaew Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14. BI'TTER
Firm; western creamery, special, 4Sc;
western creamery, extra, 4.c: nearby
mints, extra, 44c
RUU8 Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free esses, tie 20 per esse;
Pennsylvania and other nearby, current
receipts, free cases, ss.se per case; west-
een firsts, ires cases. 11e.su per case
western, current receipts, tree esses, es.ss
PHEESB Firm: New York full creams,
fancy, 17I7c; New York full creams.
fair to good, iitc
Mllsrsskee Grain Market.
UILWAL'KKK. Jsn. IS. WHEAT No.
1 northern, 1.04jl.l0; No. t northern.
tl.ttSOl 04; No. 3 hsrd winter. l.2l.;
May. ISM,4tw,c; July, sVsc.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, .Hsc; No. 3 white,
BV; No A 43c; Msy. H V ; July. c.
OATS Standard, 4HsK-.
BARI.KY Malting, 1 Mil 24.
PEORIA Jsn. 15.-"OR.'-I.ower: Ka
3 white, tic; No. I yellow, 4sSc: No.
yellow, SSVsc; No. 3 mixed, ic; No.
mixed. UUec: sample. mi:.
OATS-steady; No. 3 white. 49Hc; No.
3 white, tec.
Cattle Hogs. Shsep,
Omaha Parking Co. .
Cuoahy Packing Co.
Armour A, Co
w. R. Vansant Co I
Hill A Son Ms
r. B. Lewis S
B. Root CO 183
F Huss m
Ia iolf si
Mccreary Kellogg.... 1
VVertheimer A Deen.... SI
11. r. Hamilton a
Sullivan liros. 14
Lee Rothschild 3
Mo at Kan. calf Co.... 7
Cilite A Christie a
Other buyers 1st
li) fed lamhs ...
fed lambs. ..
tilt li-l lamb ..
!J7 red Jambs ...
jot fed lambs
CHICAGO LIT It 8T4MK MARKET
Remand lor heee Weak Cattle
aad Hagw Higher,
CHIi'AOO, Jan. UV-CATTt.B-Rceelpts,
I7.0W head; market mostly 10c up: beeves,
tt.ii.ss; Texss steera t4.Wi.; west
ern steers. 4.7StJ7.S; stocksrs snd feed
ers SI ouns sn; imws and heifers, ts.swo
.;0; cslves, tt ssti .St. '
ItCHeS-Keceipts, JB.sM hesd: market tta
lie up; light, ts sifN 35; mixed, M.MteS.eH,
heavy, tt.lntJ4.S0; rough, M.lSrM.H: pigs,
t4 hi; bulk of sales, tt tOW.tS.
SHEHP AND LAMBS-Keoelpls, .
head; market weak at sdvanoe: native.
titf00: western. ttsXiSni; yearlings,
IbsZt.; native Ismbs, f4.ttaT7.4tf; wsst-
srn lambs, tt.tMJ7.4u.
St. I.eels Live Stock Market.
ST. LOI'18. Jsn. Is. CATTLsi RS-
Tolala 1,037 1177 i,tt
CA'l LB The severs co'd weather has
demoralised train service badly and all
kinds of stock were very lata in arriving
at ths yards Thus when it was time fo7
the cattle inarkst to open there were
about filtv cars reported In and twice
that number bark, with prospects tnat
they would come stringing In toroughout
tne nay. inua mere wsrs really not
snougn rattls in sight at any ons time to
mske whst might be called a good e. tow
ing, rnexsrs st tne ciose 01 isst weea
were vsry snort of refrigerator cars but
fortunately quits a nunioer arrived dur
ing Sunday, so that packers were In a po
sition to buy nulls freely tnls morning.
etuyerg 01 beet steers were out in tne
yards ss soon as there wss snvthins of
consequence on ssis snd seemed wining
to psy prices fully steaoy with last week s
close, in some esses where salesmen
had something thst looked good to buyers
they thought thst they wete able to se
cure prices tnst were, if anything, a Inns
strongsr. ntiit tns gsnsrsi marset oouia
narniy be caii'd more man steady.
Cows and heifers were in very good de
mand tlrts morning and anything at sll
decent could ssfely be quoted Ivti higher,
'the receipts consisted isrgsiy ot trash,
but still buyers were sufficiently anxious
lor supplies to clean up practically ever).
tning in signt.
Tuers were only a few scattering stock
rattle and teeners and they commanded
tjuotattons on cattle: Good to choice
beet steers, t 607.7S; fsir to good beet
s'.eers, pi uOss nti; common to lair beef
steets. Se.31ej4.tl0; good to choice heifers.
S4 Istrt.lt; good to choirs eowa, s4.4wsn.si;
sir to good cows, ls.7tHgH.4u; common to
fsir cows. r.fMM.7S: good to choice stocg
ers snd feeders, tt .Sin. 71, fair to good
stocksrs snd feeders, 44 TMgt.ei; common
to fair stocksrs snd feedera S3.suttf4.7S:
stock betters, tt SOtrt ut; veal osives, SJ-MI
tyi.n; buna stags, etc., ifl.suvs.ze.
I m u
I Ht IN
,n m 11....
leu sal 1...,
111 4 14 .
Ill III II...,
...loil 4 aV
...IIS 4 M
... 111) 4 14
...mi I a
,...! 4 14
...Ull 7 14
,.,1M4 t St
,.1141 4 41
., let 4 n
,. M4 4 IS
.. e I m
,. 4S4 S ss
.....lte S S)
iui I S)
NEW YORK. Jan. IS. METAL8 Stsnd
srd copper, easy; spot and futures, 113.71
Ijl4.a London, weak; spot. Ml 17s M;
futures. fl Us 3d. Lake copper. leVr?
I44c; electrolytic ItMiV; csstlng. 14
14hc. Tin, firm but quiet; spot, t41'"V
ts.oti: futures, hi 'iaii ixmoon tin,
steady: soot. 1U; fut'irea. (IM tea. leit
dull; tt v4. New York: S4.3rtMaS. I-Jt i T
He. Louis. London, its lis 3d Speller, ;
dull; tsmSi. New York: ti. B, Fast fl '
St. Louis; London. tS lOe. Antimony. Iti "I
dull; Cookson's, $7., Iron, Cleveland 7,!"
warrsnta its 3d In London. locally ..
iron was steady: No. 1 northern foundrv-, si...
I14.7S4IWW; No. z northera round ry. sil.ai , ti.
tea 1 st 4 ion 4 14
w is 11 hi 4 si
M III IT HI l
SB) I 41 t UU 4 IS
444 I 71 7 Ml I e
M III 1 1IW I SB
tail a) 11
..... M is 1
is) 4 ss 11
I 4 14 I
, PI IS I
114 4 44 1
114 I H
1H4 SIS I
lira I si 1
lit. 1 1 1
, in s s 1
IM 4 14 I
, IK I SI t IK is
114 I Is I TI 1 14
m 1 SI IM 1 II
HTOt'KRKd AN it r s.nus.rtH.
414 4 is 4 ns 1 at
, 411 4 S) 44 Ill 4 M
in) 1 4S 1 Uan 1 11
m 1 is I sti I
4M IN I SM I IS
ITI 4 H U UK I SI
HOGS A good part of Saturday's loss
In hog prices was regained today 47a a
market but moderately supplied. The ad
vancs wss genersiiy quoted as a full
nk-kel, values ruling ss much as Mb
hishsr at times. Packers bought treeur
throughout the session, and It was largely
due lo an active demand on local siaugn
ter account that reaction developed.
Fully Hal loads of boss, mostly bacon
snd light butcher grsoes, made up tne
run. but ths average wetgtii wss eoviousii
heavier than on Haturaay, the Increase
being estimated at about ten Douses,
Many traina were late, the same as re-
eentiv. and. while movement had Plenty
of Ule during the various periods ot huy-
lns tt wss neeesssrr lor seuers to re
main In the ysrds until after midday In
order to maks complete clearance.
Shippers snd snecu-atora took very little
Interest In tne traoe, aa margins Between
local and outside prleee srs too small to
permit profit. Less thsn a dosen loads
sold to traders not associated with South
Omahs parsing concerns, something like
10 per cent ot the total.
The beet lard hogs on sale brought t4.tj,
ss eomoared with i-alurdeT s top of se.au.
and bacon averages ranged from fri.ls
downward. Good butcher weights landed
largely around ttwgats. ths market for
puts remsintng siroosc empty ana nominal.
celpta. 4, hesd. Including 1.700 Texsns;
msrket stronger lo loo higher: "stive
shipping and export steers. 47 ShOTdM;
dresMd and butcher steers.' Utwn W;
sieers under I.01U pounds ta tatjS 60; stock
era snd feedera S3.OMje.00; cows snd heif
ers. tl7S4js.ni: csnnsrs. W.OOW40i); hulls,
tSe.lS; calves, St.oW.00: Texss and
Indian steera st.wsyi.w;
ers. tltrj, . .
HOUS-Kecelpts, IS.OOO head : tns rket
StJIOo higher: pigs snd lights, t5.o440;
mixed snd hutchsts, Si lStJ.. good heavy.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 1.400
hesd: msrkst stesdy to strong; rlstlve
muttons. t4.0fte0o; lambs, ts-u..lt: culls
and bucka, tl twaa; stocksrs, 1.164Ji
Hawses City Llvs Stark Market.
KANSAS. CITY. Jan. IS. CATTLE Re
e.im. into hesd. Including ran sotitnems;
.h .1 .i..riv in tee hisher: beef and ex-
,M iUr. saautstas: fair to good, IS.sun
47S: western steera tS.ttssB.OO; Blockers and
feeders, ismonw; aoutnsre steers, r.ww
s southern oows. UOOrltsO; native
cows, tt lotrAI"; natlvs heifers, I4.IS4M.S0;
W..I-. aihi.- ealvee S4.slttt4.DD. 'V
HiMlM-Heceluta 13.000 head; market lc
hi.k.- bulk ( saies. S4.1efM4u; heavy.
ttm4 4: packers and butchers. S4.304
m- n.hi, saiouass: e ss. 44 Attn to.
Mil KKP AND I.AHIll! rteceipvs, s."
head; msrket Wsjisr hlghsr; lambs, tS0iv
7.00; yearlings. v0TsJJ,i; wethers 4 Mt
4.71; ewes, sa.tssni.SB; siwveeie 1-
I. Jneenk Lie Stack Market,
T JiiHKHll. Jan. I5.-CATTLr-Re-
celpta, S.alO head; msrket strong; sieers.
IdUWMlSi raws and hillsrs. sa.wejyi.w
HIK1H- Kecelpta S.wsj neao; inrn
iinif. tim. SH IA: hum of sales, ss.asge.isi.
SHEEP AND I.AMrl neceipie, l,sw
sad; market steady; lambs. li.evV7.Is.
vtrvu rnnlf Jan. IS. COFFER FM
tures opened Irregular at a decline of
three points to an advance of two points
but became firm after ths call on higher
Rurnoeen markel. covering 01 aim
fresh buying for long account. The sc.
Hon of the msrket suggested thst the
speculative long Interest had been pretty
well eiiminsteo on tne ms o-vui.- w.
L .n(t that a considerable short In
terest nad accumulated which appeared
to ns covering toos? on mw v-,
of renewed bull support. The close was
firm st a net advsnrs of 17114 points
gales lil. bags. January and February,
Uslcc: March, Usee; April, May, June,
July and August. Its; September, ,-;
October, November snd December, 11.4c.
Havre WBS ami srwnw eiw,
but had a sensationally sharp rally, clos
ing st s net sdvsnos ol 4s, Hamburg,
after iS pfg lower, closed V 10 I pfg
higher. A very active business eras re
ported In both the European msrkets.
Klo was IN rets lower at the close on
Saturday with 7s quoted at SpiSt: ssntos
4s, 7tfA Receipts at ths two Bra
slban port were 37,4t bags against 17,)
last year, junoisny rvceipvs -v
sgslnst S.I40 Isst yesr. Rsln was reported
.11 4i.tetcia nf Hso Fsule. Todsy s
spsetsl Ssntos cabls reportsd 4s unchsnged
and nan muio receipis e-----,
II OW ths previous osy. .-saw iotw n-
j.ttw.viMa siaturnav were is.wi
against 14.3M last yssr. There appeared to
he nothing new in tne
the talk on the advance here wss that
liquidation had been completed, both In
.... . . riA Hrailllan marketa
Sw.lei.rree, quiet; Rio No. 7. 14c; Santos
No 4. UHcT Mild, quiet; Cordova It44
n..iea Sleeks aad Beads.
BOSTON. Jan. li. -Closing quotations
on slocks were as follows:
Aal. Oseer 44HN.. Css. ....
A g L. A I 'Mltaelss Mlass
arlsess Cess ISjUMlk UHS ....
a n'r 11.4 Neita Use
H.II. Ctlties TJIt "14 IMwIalM ....
Cmt. A SrUwaa...... 4ls,els
t .l. a Hetls n: ruM a c.
'-Mum.nl rt simoer
(. fumes 4-. f ... !l"es
bet Hstte C. M... ItSSueertor
rrsallls llSSeseelee AB M
... - . . it-lklVnuwh ........
un.ey res st v. a s R
Oreese cssnes ... 11-14 es I4 ..
lue kmk Cesser., ti fts 4s.
AV. SB. Sr.
4j)4.7S; No. I southern aad No. t southern
ST. LOV'ts. Jan. IS. -METALS Tad,
steady; K364T4.4. Spelter, strong. Kja.
... 4 OS
... I i
... 4 14
... 4 W
... 4 BJ
S 4 iS
... 4 IS
... 4 14
... 4 IS
... 4 II
... 4 II
... 4 14
in ... is
m is s
in ... is
M ... I s
114 ... 4
4i a ... ss
4 SSI MIS)
ri m wm
I IU N 4
ti ui ... i m
ii ste ... i s
41 ns ... 4 st
U ttl IS
m tn . is
NEW YORK jTOCK. MARKET
Brisk Buying Movement FoUows
Early Price Depression.
SEEK ETVESTHEirr SECTJBTIIES
Movesseal Directed Against Storks
Which Wese Ceasplrnoasly Heavy
Last Lee see la Meet Cases
NKW YORK. Jan. li.-There was lRtlo
to distinguish the record of today's trad
ing In stocks from that of last week,
with its uncertain movements and under
current of heaviness. Prices acre de
pressed In the early part of the day, but
toward the close a brisk buying move
ment largely erased the losses and the
end of the day found price changes in
most cases Insignificant.
As prices moved downward operations
for the short sccount were encouraged
by reports of selling by Important finan
cial Interests. The movement was Jl
rectrd against Hie stocks which were con
spicuously heavy last week, partlculariv
the copiwrs, Harriman Issues and ht.
Taul. Those Issues and a few of the
lees active stocks were depressed to a
point or so, but losses in most oases aero
""'Peul wss the conspicuous testure
of the late trading. For severs! weeks
It hss been under pressure, owing to ex
pectstlon that the dividend srotild bs re
duced from 7 per cent to I per cent. It
bersme strong ana active iste.u
.. :. .. i , i, .mall sain. Action
on the dividend is lo be taken soon by the
i h tone waa Improved by a broader
inquiry for Investment aeciiritles. The re
port ot an lmpenning mnn. i-j
W).m by the Chicago Northwestern
following the announcement Isst week ot
a 14.9.i issue to ne oros... y .
the Norfolk a Western, indicated tnst
the rallrosds were taking advantage of
present money msrket conditions
Ths foreign msrkets were more cheer
rul. but Amerlcsns In London v.r
"'The 'bond market wss Irregular. Total
sales, par value, tTOM.tHO. United Stales
bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of salss and leading quotations
tn itocki today wsrs as follows:
AswIisibsmS Osser ... 1
Aneitin AtrtesUural ..
Ate. Best Ssr
4n1rsa tea ....... .
iSHtrleiB C. F
Aal. Ottos OIL
Aswrloaa H a u ..
is. lo. Svarlties.
Asm-leea leceatetlvs ...
Amsrlna S a R
Am. SUA 0i
Am. St wl rnoBane
A is. SHsr BMInlsg......
AMftraa T. A T ,
Amerlrss Tobseee SIS.,,
Aaanmla Mlalag OS....
Atlantis Cat Use
aalilsisra a ok is
BrtklsheSI SU1 ."...,.
Bramlra B.H4 Tt
Omlral Lesthm a4
rwursl et .w serais...
1iM.iwsks A Okie
Cslci. a. W
Cs.lc.ie O. w. ate.......
Cklc.se. H it-
c, o.. c. a st. i
t oUr.s. F. A I
Cleraito d aswlasrs.,,,
CausIMte4 Oss ........
Uelaeue a Mom .....
Peaver HI. orsses...
Uesesr R. 0 St4
DIUillm' serarlUs ....
(rM 1st sht
Kris M p!4
tleeit Nertlwra eta
Great Northers Ore ctfl.
Illinois Csatntl .........
uilerserossll Met. t4...
tslerssuensl Psser .....
lslerD.tlen.1 Fssu) ,.
Hum Cke Seusws...
K. C se: sfl
Stlss. A It. Lewis.... ...
M . St. r. S S. ...
Mlsesarl. K 4V T
M . K. d T (4
N.IIMI.I klSr.lt .,
X R, si ll. M s4..
New York Ceslrsl
m v. o. a w
North Aawtrlrss ,
Korthers ruins ........
p . c , r. St. t,
Fesswl Keel IV
Wullmaa ralaea t'.r
lun.tr kwl serial
SMihlle Steal Bt4....,
Itor l.lswd O
Hork l.lenS Ta Wf4...
St. L A S F M sll
si. bssu a w
at. L a w. s'4
no shetn.ii s. a I.
seuth.rs tiailvar ....
se.th.rs Tttlw.v I4.
4S4 lUst M4) IM
4.BS 141it le54 lV
.VIS IU 12 IOl
lis) 'iii It't
I he ni 11 rK
MS ism tstt l"!i
e Isisj !" H:'s
1W ISIt 4a4i "'
lee nk ti t
l,en ta ta tH
sta) HH i'i
IM II 17 bi4
is IH4 li
ta. IM1A IM 124
roe i im ,
ira i ms
M tl '
ax i tm
. 21 '
A M.. sSH
Sfci'ua Uosvar Os me
Im Sslle l-eyeer.,
Miami Cesser ....
. 6 WstrsriBe
veer Verk Mining Steeke.
NKW YORK. Jan. IS Closing quota
ttona on mining stocks were:
Aiit, , US "Lltlle ISAM S
sl Tsel stork a Mmrsa 4SS
.a sees. H OM.rl. IBS
rea. r.l A Va ST shlr Hi
Irae Sllear Suustarl
stealnli. Css. .... S xttw Jscket ...... 44
. 114 ... 4 It
Twrpewttwe nag Nssis
SAVANNAH, Us.. Jsn. Ii.-Tl RPEN-
TINK Klrm. st 4e: sales. Si bbla.; re
ceipts. " l.l : shipments. 1.X3 betia;
stock. .2 bins.
ROSIN Firm; no sales: receipts 751
bbls.: shipments, i.7P bbat; stock. 1744
bbls.; I;. ': I. ts 7;S- K. ts 77k,; P.
O, H. I. tt V rv, V. 31. M, ti.4S; N,
17 M; WO. 17. St. WW. t7.es.
NKW YORK, Jan. II COTTON Ppot
cU sed q'tlet. IS points lower; middling up
lands. t ier; middling gulf. t.T Vc. sales.
Futures rloeed bsrely steady: Jaauary,
l rv F.hruarv. tic: March. 5 41c; April,
I4: May. SSc; June, .41c- Jule. te;
Aogitst s r: September
t.TSc; November, t.Slc;
1.MS 14414 IStti lj:j
'i.tas iiiti iiiii ihh
J.lei 153 l.tli ltjt
;is 144 Mi ie4.
, ... ISSkl
" isi "iii 'iii '
MS SMi SH, M-t
144.104 ISMi 151 IM't
!4H Me t"t
114 h ri4
4Hs 4V ' ,
MS li"'-. lissi
I.Tos 14 ll)4
im ti i:
December. S Sac.
Dry 4Sesds Market.
NEW YORK. Jsn. IS.-KKT OOOIW
The cotton goods markets sre stesdy, I
but net very active. Blankees and nap-1
pea cottons ior xsil are eeang cnepMkyeo I . . , . , . vs.- I Sfa.be.
bZ. JZ'blT:Z I". ! frisetor raTee' e.ed' ."bt.-r i ST lAM'Ifi. Jsn. a-w.H)f,dr: I stdv; muov
hai an.rle Jobbers sre doing a llxht I demand for sheep snd lambs, but. In territory snd ree;en merjlums. isguc,
trade, cotton yarns rule una.
Tessa a Fx-l'l-...
T. S L A Xf...
T . ft L W. I4
t'Bles serif le ,
lslos Farlfls efd
"aired States Rear,...
I'. S. guliber, .SHilr..,,
t'sll Slates Steal
I'. A ste.1 (4
va Vralina Cssailral ..
WaMiSSheiUM KlSCtrlC ,.
stamIIm a Lake gris. ..
fetilak Valley tens teus; I"l
rv.M Cwseee !. tH st f
Ray CsassiHalsd 1 4s llsj 1714 :7'fc
few York Money Market.
NKW TORK, Jan. IS.-MONBT-On call,
steady, at HiKft per rent; ruling rats.
H per cent, closing hid, 3 par een..
olfered al 2v per cent. Time loan.,
easier; sixty days, JSil per cent: ninety,
dsvs, 1 per cent ; six months, I1 per cetn.
PRIMH MERCANTILE PAftiK-3Ha1
AAA per cenu
81KRL1M! FJCCIIANaE-gteady, wit
actual business In bankers' bills at M.KIA
for stxty-dsy bills and st 41. lor so.
nund; commercial bills, S4.B.
biLVLH-tlar, 45sjc. klcxican dollars,
Hi its trnviFvsjrnoieni, wiewujr, noiwaj
kivama qimtauooe on bunds today were
V. I. rat. ta. ieg...lt later, at 11 His... 4rt
ss sssssa I Jaaaa 4s ... -a
1-. f, bTreg 111 4. 4',a IJv,
a. sMSes ..iainS- C. Se. 1st as ... 1 s
tJ. I . rsg " L a see. ia IUI..
Vsaaa USa'L. at ft. aaL 4a... SB
Allls-CBal. tit is.. U4 K. T. lat a., f
Asr. AS Is ! 4o sea. 4HS W
A T a T a. 4s..lllwS)is. rselrle 4s l:4
Aw TMSSSS 4S..... Ua,N. R. H. si St. Has
as ts us. Y. c. g 11
Anaeor A Os. IVks. M Is Ssa Is t-
lo rv. 4s 14 . 4 lt
. a, leiviN. t w. 1st a 4a.. 'e
A C L is. ta Hlk , ev. 4s f
Sal A Okie 4S lai,xe. Patina la IW
ihs l!k s s
a, g. w. tH..... 11 SI I L rc. .. k-i
Bros. Tr. sv. 4s... HIinMaa. ev. 1. II li. 43
Cwa. et Os. to Ha eea. 4s.....n..M si
res. Uslssr Is..... HwRawllsg S as
sf g. 1- g IS..1IISA Ukinthllli
Ctas. 4 Otis 4khs.. Mils sss. Is. i
iVVat. i. t i . . a. as
rhiass a A. W- 4s 1st sell 4s..... tiki
C Tl Q- t, 4S.,.. 4n,A A. U 4. M44
to saa. 4s - Ms. to. rse. tel. e... tiki
C M. (k a P. g 4a ft s er. 4a Si's
C 5. I. P e- 4s. n 4s 1st ret. w
4. rl, 4. atw "Anwar la m
nu. Isl is. . ses. 4s T4
kill MIL 4s HkiCstea rwrlfle Sk.....l-kj
C A g w a s. 4kss sue f rr tt. ia
j A S. ev. - l4. ut a ret. 4... IT,
n a It. tt 4VP. a Rokhrr lr 1st
4o rsf. as rlC- Sesl M U....ISIV,
Dletlllar.' to 1. Vs--Csr. Cfcesi. Is., ask,
tr a L 4S........ Wake' ' Is 1IH,
A. aio. . T4 4e 1st A a. 4s.... S7k4
s. Vs. 4s. ssr. A.. "4 We". Ma A m
a. sales - 14 Y.esl. Kke. ... is... Mil
Res. list ra. to ...W.Wia. .-wstral - Iraj
111. fa. 1st rat. S... sa, a, ree. rv. aa
Inter. UK. 4is .... tUk'Plaaaaa la . 111.
jspite of this fact, the market was more line mediums, 11717; fine. 1 illic.
NSW TOnit. Jan. Ii SVGAR-Raw.
leovado, w test, laic; i-.-o-
tnfugsl, a: tcsu 4.tk: mukueea, k t.st.
tjKa; refinsd. quiet.
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