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Tim BKE: OMAHA, WEDXKSDAV. JANUARY 21, 1914.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Prlcei of Wheat Take Tumble Un
der Heavy Pressure.
CIRCULAR ON CORN IS BEARISH
Slio ot Argentina anil Cautndlaiai
Ceopa Will Have (irent DrnrlnR
n Pnlnre Prices of tlie
OMAHA. Jan. 30. 1914.
The wheat market was under more or
less pressure during mut of yesterday's
easlon and prices were ?WiHo lower for
the day. Conslderablu wheat was put Into
the pit by brokers representing the
larger interests In the market and this
wheat was mostly part or an accumu
lation that has been carried Cor some
time. In addition to Jhls thbre were sales
of 00.000 bu. Jong wheat that was be
lieved to have been owned by James
Rankin, one of the big professionals.
The news on corn was mainly bearish,
yet prices showed no great weakness.
McKenna & Rodgera received a messngo
from New York saying that thero were
sales there yesterday of Argentine corn
for February shipment at f7c, c. J. f.,
New York, while the last 6alo was at
Oats were steady throughout the day,
at times showing some strength, notwith
standing the lack of speculative trade
and new buying power.
Brokers acting for packers were under
me mantel yesterday sustaining prices
on all weak spots. These people ncemcd
to want ribs, while lard was evidently
on sale, presumably from tho same
A bearish circular on corn haa been
sent out by Flnley Barren, rcvlowbig tho
situation from all quarters, and espe
cially from tho free corn basts. They
"Tho size of the Argentina com crop
and the Argentine and Canadian oat crops
will have great bearing on the future
trend of values In our markets. "We aro
facing the fact that our priced in this
country are subject to world-wide condi
tions, as they never were before in the
history of the gral ntrade. Tlie enact
ment of our present tariff law has prob
ably marked the passing of corn and
oats In the United States from a domestic
to an international basts. Long standing
facts and theories may tie abandoned by
tho trade and new ones substituted. Fac
ing these conditions and applying the
limited experience gained rrom the pres
ent Invasion of our markets ,by foreign
grain, we can venture to Judge, with some
degree of certainty what effect tho change
will have on future values.
"Present prices of corn In the United
States aro well above the ton-year aver
age. The partial failure ot the last crop
and general belief In much higher prices
have been tho contributing causes. At
tracted by tho high prices prevailing Ar
gentina will have shipped and sold In this
country spme 10.000,000 bushel of Its old
corn crop and Is planning on marketing
Its exportable surplus from the new crop
VSLISS.'a,y approaching maturity, about
250,000,000 bushels. Some of this corn has
PAHM A RANCH LANDS FOR. SAL1S.
Best dulry and general crop state In
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands for
sale at low prices, on asy terms. Ask
for booklet, 34 on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant. State acres wanted. Write about
our graxlng lands. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards
in Wisconsin. Aaarcss iana .uopi., boo
Line uy., Minneapolis, Dunn.
' OFFICIAL Duplications concerning soil.
climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed
free to those addressing Wisconsin St&to
Board oi immigration, capitoi ww, waai
FREE government land in northern
Stevens county, Wash.; patented land for
sale, $s per acre ana upward; good soil,
good climate. For particulars address
Flpyd C. Smith, Northport. Wash.
SIXTEEN hundred-acre well Improved
cattle ranch on railroad, two miles from
town, capable of cutting 3,000 tons of hay,
finest of water rights, outside range for
slock; will sell tor less than the water
lights alono are wortli In order to settle
an estate If you are interested come at
once; easy terms.
M. 13. McKJLLlp, Saratoga. Wyo.
FOR SALE OR RENT
ONE 100-acre, one 70-acre. one 160-acre
and one SOO-acre farm. Ail good, level
iH.icl. well Improved. Address Hobt. Mln
t.;r, It. F. D. I. Council Bluffs, la,, or
HEAL ESTATE IiOANS
J100 to $'0,000 made promptly. F.
Tlcad, Wead Bldg.. Kth and Farnam.
Her "i'lTY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater Building.
WANTED City loans. PcterB Trust Co.
GARVIN BBO&SSS& Mont
CITY property. Large loans a. specialty,
W. 11. Tnomas. za male iiann uiag.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
HONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property in any amounts.
II. W. BINDER.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL, Douglas 2715.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6, 6. J. H.
Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
LARGE loans our specialty, Stul) Bros.
FIVE per cent farm loans; optional
payments. Wm. McCormlck, 1201 Farnam.
HARRISON & MORTON, 816 Om. Nat,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Party going
to California offers cheap for cash or
will trade for Shetland Pony outfit.
relcbrated Boston UDrlffht Chlckerinff
Piano and a new 7-drawer Singer Sewing
Machine. Address r-sai. nee.
t hiiv. sell or exchance land for you
M. M. KLINE, Omaha, Neb
2818 California si.
WANTED TO BUT
WANTE1D I want to buy a small
emcerv or hardware business, or a part
nershlp In a live country town. Must be
established ana snow proms. Aaaress,
Y 401. Be.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage ana snrimvagv. luvr mmnu
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchants.
MARTIN BROS, k CO., Exchange Bldg.
v.i,. i. hereby eiven that sealed rro
posals will be received by the Board of
trictat their office in the city of Scotts
ka for the purchase oi
J76.500 of the six per cent serial bonds of
Ihe district until o'clock m. on the M
day of u eDruary, m
v..?jvi... .ntimritv of an act. of the leg'
i.lature of the state of Nebraska ap.
proved March 26. U93. session laws, M
chapter 70. and the amendment thereto,
."r-, -nBt tn a vote of a majority o
The qualified electors ot said district. The
hoard expressly reserves the riKht to re
ject any and all b ds and will In no event
Mil any of bald bonds for less than
ninety-five Per cent ot ,ha fac
aluc thereof, m-Mnr.
uy oroer o, ENT k RAMSE V
Secretary of thoFarS?.' Ingcj.
already been contracted for and It I
being freely offered at prices 8 to 10 cents
per uuanei unoor ours, riven anouia our
market decline. Argentina would stilt be
a strong competitor In the cast and
By early summer this corn should begin
to reach us freely, and eastern railroads
aro planning for the handling of an enor
mous tonnage. If the Importation of
000.000 bu. of Canadian oats Is a fair cri
terion, our domestic market will be forced
to adjust Itself when the movement be
gins and accumulation Is apparent.
lasn wneat was unchanged to 14c lower.
Cash corn was unchanged to tSio lower.
Cash oats were VtO lower.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, 52,000 bu,;
corn. 8,000 bu. ; oats. 31,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, Uff&l higher,
com, IKiftd higher. , . .
Primary wheat receipts were 6,000 bu.
and shipments 455.000 bu., against receipts
of 1.047.000 bu. and shipments ot 626,000 bu.
Primary corn receipts wero 1,351,000 bu.
and shipments 738,000 bu.. against receipts
of 1.S71.000 bu. and shipments of 723,000 bu.
Primary oats receipts were "26.000 bu.
and shipments 924,000 bu., against receipts
ot 879,000 bu. and shipments ot 76S.O0O bu.
Kansas City 4
St. Louis 48
Tlinun KAlen were reported
2 hard wlntcrt 6 cars 82c; No. S hard win
ter, 1 car 825ic 2 cars sine, z cars m-ac.
No. S durum, 1 car SOttc; No. 4 spring,
car 8014c; no grade, l car tmixeaj inc.
Hye: No. 2. 1 car 69c Oats; Standard,
2 cars siiicj rso. 3 wnue, i car c, o
cars 36c. 6 cars 36c: No. 4 white. 6 cars
SCc, 1 car 35ic: No. 3 mixed, 1 car 36c.
Com: No. 3 white, 3 cars uivic, z cars
61c; No. 4 white, 1 car 60c; No. 2 yellow,
1 car 62c, 1 car 614c; No. 3 yellow, 1 car
01c, 1 car 69Vc, 8 cars 59c, 1 car 6Sftc, u
cars 5SHc, 1 car 68Uc, 18 cars 58c, 2 cars
57i4c: No. 4 yellow. 1 car DSWc. 2 cars
67c. 1 car 66Vic. 2 cars 56c. S cars 56c: No.
z mixed, 3 curs twe; wo. s mixea, i car
incur white) 5"c. l car boMiC. I car wc. i
cars 67$ic, 11 cars 67Uc, 1 car 67c, 2 earn
66l4oi No, 4 mixed, 3 cars 66c. l cat1 55c;
no graae, u cars wc, u cars ozc, u cars
(rotten) 43c, 1 car 50c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard. 81SSlc: No. 3 hard. SOVjtftSc: No.
4 hard. 76V4Slc: No. 3 spring, Sl,482c;
No. 4 snrlnc. SOSSOUc: No. 2 durum. 81 0
8U4c; No. 3 durum, 8SW4c. Com: No. 2
wnito, kkuwc; No, 3 whlto, 6ijjil,c; No.
4 white, KV44TOc; No. 2 yellow, 61HQ62o;
No. 3 yellow. 57W4T61c: No. 4 yellow. 55a
5SHc: No. 2. D9',4(&60c; No. 3, 66',468c: No.
i, uoujovj no siup, viiBjc wais: io. i
wnue. incase: standard. 37V4c: Nn. s
white. 30fif3GMc: No. 4 white. 3Gfff3ffo.
Barley: Malting. BaHCSc: No. 1 feed. 45
otc. yo: xmo. s, MHtfjouc; no. 3, fiSJpjSiSc.
CHICAGO GRAIN" AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Cloning
Prleso nil Itonrd of Trade.
CHICAGO. Jnn. SO Dourlah nrn,n.M.
for the winter crop In the United States
moro tharn counterbalanced In the
wheat market tmlnv nn rrnrf tn nr
Prices because of unusunllv rnlrf vuih.i.
hiiu hick oi snow protection in western
icojiiin un eariy uuibc, xne
close was steady at the same at last
night to a shade decllno. Other ouno.
ulatlve articles all showed a net loss-
corn, ?,c to c; oats, c to lie, and
provis ons. 7o to 12He.
Surprise over unexpected strength at
Liverpool gave the wheat market here
a tendency at first to bulge. After
shorts hud covered, however, the buying
flurry ceased, and traders took more
notice of domestic advices, particularly
tho Ohio state report which estimated
the Condition of winter ttrhent tn hn 1(11
against 90 a year ago. Radical depres
sion in tno value of winter grades at
Toledo was regarded as significant, and
was COUPled with news from irnnum:
City that red -winter premiums that were
laaing away on nccount ot nearly half
the receipts being of that grade.
Smallni-Bs of arrivals northwest acted
as a check on the wheat bears. Bliz-
zuray weamer in mat direction was ex
pected to ruduce further the amount of
In the corn crowd, belief that colder
weather, although tending to increase
the demand for feed, would noon start
sellers again to work, led to heavy
eclllng. The theory was that country
roads which are now In generally bad
condition would be Improved by a freeze.
u was aiso ninieu mat largo stocks of
kiln dried corn here wero being made
ready to deliver on contracts. Oats had
no Independent action. Cash demand was
said to be decldely slack, especially cast.
Provisions sagged, partly from the
weakness of the grain list and partly
from disappearance of any Important
quotations on futures:
Artlclel Open. Hlgh.I'Low. Close. Yca'y.
K 82 mi 91?i 81?i
SiH 87T 87 S7H h74
66 66K 65Ji 65i tj
66 65H 64H 6ii 64!,
30ft 39?i 89' 3354 39
39W 39 8S 33 33',
21 K7V4 21 90 21 75 21 SO 21 00
11 37 U 0 11 32 11 32 11 V)
11 77 11 SO 11 67 11 70 11 SO
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
96c; No. S red, 03394c; No. 2 hard, S3&
90c; No. 3 haVd. 88lgS9c; No. 2 northern,
89i90c; No. B northern, esi4f9c; No.
i spring, iwwi(wc; ra. a spring, nwit&JC
Corn: No. 3, KtJClHc; No. 3 white. 6&
66c; No. 8 yellow, 6162c Oatsi No. 2
white, 41c; No. 3 white, 3838c; stand
ard, 33f83c. Rye: No, 2, 61&62c. Bar
ley, wufivc. oeeas; umowiy, j. icxflu.i ;
clover, lll.75W4.CO. Provisions! Pork.
J21.70: lard, Sll.lOsJH.12; ribs, tll,12i8
EqOB unsottloa; receipts, i.bso cases;
at mark,, cases included, 2SUc; ordinary
(irsts, TJwnyic; tirsis, istiic.
BUTTERlSasler; oreamerles, 25021c to
C1IBBSB Steady: da sies. 17,S17?ic:
twins, 103lc; Americas, 17UG17c; long
POTATO K 8 Lower: receipts 62 cars:
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin red.
63Q(c; Michigan, Minnesota and Wiscon
sin wnue, otowc.
POULTRV-Allve, higher; springs, I3c;
fowls, le; turkeys, 16c; dressed, 22c
Kausns City Ornln and Provisions.
T.-IVG1C HITV Tbh a tuuinii.
Cash: No. 3 hard. S3gSq; No. 2 red.
L'QHN-NO, 2 mixed, 63c; No. 2. 62c;
no. t wnue, uivjc; no. , uc.
wiiKA'rMay, 7ic: July. KojS2Kc
CORN May. 71ic: July. 66QCaWc.
OATS-No. 2 white. 33Uc: No. 2 mixed.
BUTTBR-Creampry, Sic; firsts, 33c;
Kcunan, mk, iiucHing, u:tc. ,
EAiUB 1'irais. sic; seconds, aoc.
POULTRYrrHena and springs, ISc.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 20. WHKAT-No.
1 hard. 83c: No. 1 northern, 86&8Gttc;
No. 2 northern. S3He5Hc: No. I, 81K8
ClVr- Mnv K7Uf .Tnlv fttl!v
CORN No. i yellow, 367c,
OATS No. 3 white, 36irSoc.
St. I.onls Genrral SlarUet.
BT. LOUIB. Jan. 20WHISAT-N'o.
red. S4&MO! No 2 hard, S&QVSc; May. 8154
AfiiKoi July. S5Uftfc.
CORN No. 2. 64o; No. 2 white, 68
6&c: May, eiw. juiy. w,kc.
OATS-No, 2. S9a40o; No. S white. 40c
May. 89'4c; juiy, sane
Liverpool Grain Market.
rirmnnnnr. In.. rt WIIPAT Qnnt
firm: No. 2 red western winter, 8s; No. 1
Manitoba, 7s 2d; No. 2, 7s Mi No. 3. 7s;
futures, steady; March, 7s 2d; May, 7s
ld; July. 7s ld.
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed, Cs
Sd; La Plata, ruiures urm; rcoruary,
4s and' Marcn, nu.
London Wool Market,
IJNDON, Jan. 20. There were 11.191
bales offered at the wool sales today.
The best prices of the series were paid.
Americans purchased a few good merinos.
v.i.ii vnnlf .Inn 20. -8IGAri llnw
ii.,'u..,i hlvher muscovado, 2.S&. cen-
- J fcc, molasses, 2,1c, refined,
NEW YORK jiTOCK MARKET
President's Anti-Trust Message Has
NOTHING IN IT UNEXPECTED
Hrndlnn Attain Reflect ret-alstent
ItrnllxluK. Kuch na linn Hern
lit Progress for Several
NEW YORK. Jan. 20.-Presldent Wil
son's recommendations to congress re
garding untltnist legislation were of lit
tle effect on the stock market. For sev
eral days previously speculation was cur
tailed and traders marked time pending
publication of the message. It was as
sumed that the message would have an
important part In shaping speculative
sentiment, but the action ot the- market
was disappointing to those who looked
for Immediate response. After the mes
sage appeared tho market moved In the
same Irregular way as during the pre
vious portion or me session, closing
with small gains for representative
The nnathetlo attitude of the market
probably was duo to the fact that the
message contained no Importnnt feature
for which tho street was not prepared.
Advices from Washington since the pres
ident's return from the south Indicated
the position he was expected to take and
It was these Indications which wore pri
marily responsible for last week's art
vancA in the market The message
closely paralleled forecasts and traders
found In it no new features which they
could seise upon as a basts for opera
tions. It was thought that later, when
sufficient time had elapsed for more
careful study of tho message and crystal
lisation of sentiment the eifect might be
At the outset tho market was slightly
lower, but movements wero unusually
narrow throughout the early session.
Following publication of the president's
message prices rose, but when It becamo
apparent that 'little progress could be
made in that direction traders sold tho
market on the theory that the effect of
the message had been discounted. Prices
were sent down to the low level of the
day, but In the last hour they wero bid
Reading again reflected persistent
realizing such aa has been In progress
for several days. Canadian Paciria was
affected by European selling and for a
tlmo showed a loss pt more than 2 points.
Petroleum shares, particularly Mexican,
Bonds were firm. Government, munic
ipal and somo second and third grade
mortgages wero conspicuously strong.
Total sales, par value, 3,250.000.
Panama 3s, registered, advanced 3 on
Napber of sales and leaainj quotations
on stocks were:
Silt.. Hlfh. Low. Clou.
K.eoo 7Mi UK 75 S
American Urct Hutr,
American Cu pfd..
American C. a v..
American Cotton oil...
Am. Ice Fecurltlet ,
American Unaced ,
American LocoraotWe ...
American 8. A It.,.....,
Am. R. ft II. ptd ,
Am. Hu(ar Ilednlnr....
American T, ft T ,
Anaconda Mlnln fo....
300 1011. 101'i 101 k
4.700 lrm mi in
A.ciiimja pm ,, .........
Atlantic Contt Line
Baltimore ft Ohio
Brooklyn llapld Tr
Chetapcake ft Ohio
Chicago Q. W....
Chicago, M. ft ffl. r
Chicago ft N. w
Colorado ruel ft Iron...
Delaware ft Iludion
Denver ft Itlo Oranda,,.,
Denver ft R. O. ptd,,.,.
Dlatlllera' Securltlei ....
Rrl let p(d.,.i
Krl 2d ptd
Ore at Northern pti......
Great Northern Ore) ctta,,
Intarborouca Met. ......
Inter. Met. pfd
Inter-Marine pfd ,
Kanaaa Cltr Southern...
Laclede Oaa ,
Iulaylllo ft Kaahvllle..
M St. P. ft H. 8te. M.
Mlaaourl, K. ft T
N. n. n. of M. 2d tfd..
11.M0 S13U 2UH 211V4
1.4W 26H 26V4 IH
t.100 63t a
7M 4',4 13 13S
t.eoo 164 io:. ms
400 11SH 1MH 131
zoo sis izu aivi
400 134 !i 1I3U 133 li
oo iih u a
400 14S UlZ 148
1,700 liSH lltti 11MJ
Z.WU SSl 17
loo 2(k te!4
1,200 1SJH 1B2 US
00 llHi liSH lilK
200 lit 12JK 128U
700 22U tt tt
2,400 it 2SU 2IVi
200 11 11U
New York Central 7,300
K 91 tlK
It. I. U. w V
Norfolk ft Wwlern
North American ,,
Northern Paolflo ,
1,200 m J03?i 103H
200 711i 71H 70H
4,104 l!3ti IliU 113U
600 27 24 27
8,200 11SH l!27i 11314
1.004 Si SITi 3lU
P., c., C. ft St. 1,
nttaburgh Coal ,.,
r re wed Hteel Car
Pullman Pelace Car...,
400 iku m iMVi
44,704 lC9ti WK 164
Republic Iron ft Steel. .
Republic I. ft tt. pfd...
nock Iiland Co.........
Itock Iiland Co. pfd....
St. U ft 8, F. Id pfd..
Seaboard Air Line
Seaboard A, L. pfd
Hloaa-sheffleld S. ft I...
Southern Pacific ,
So. Railway pfd
Tenneaeee Copper ,
Ttxea ft Pacific
Union Pacific pfd
United Statea Ilealty....
United Statea Rubber...
United Statea Steel
. 70,100 NH
, :,mo iow
U. R. steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ,
Wntern Maryland ....
Weatern Union ,
Weetlnihouae Electric ,
Wheeling ft Luke Prle
Total aalea for the day, 557, W0 aharee,
York Mourv JlarUrl.
NEW TOIIK. Jan. 20. MONBY-Call.
steady; per cent; ruling rate, 2 per
cent; closing bid, 14T2 per cent. Time
loans, easy;: sixty days. 3 per cent
ninety days, 3Hfl3i per cent) six months,
4S4li per cent.
MBRCANTILK PAPEIt-4',i06 per cent.
STEHLINQ KXCHANOE Steady: sixty
day bills, J4.ST35flM.83G5; demand, $4.9025;
commercial bills, 4.82K.
SILVER-rDar, 67c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS-Oovernment, railroad, firm.
Closing quotations on bonds were at
U. B. ref. 2a. reg... JIHK. r. So. tt. Z.. 96
do coupon .hi'. 8. dab. 4a 1931... tl
V. I. la. rg,,..,...l2UIi. ft N". unl. 4a., . I
do coupon K. ft T. lit 4a. Mi
V, 8. 4a, ref 111 do gen. 4Ue gji?
do coupon .112 Mo. Pacific 4a u
raruroa la coupon. .1M4 do cony, tg..: ..... jt
Amer. Ac. la 100 N. It. R. of M. 4Ht It
A. T. ft T. cr. 4.. 94 N. Y. C. g. 314a,. 83
Am. Tobacco (a. ...Ill do deb. 4a JJK
Armour ft Co. 4Ha,. 91HN, Y. N. 11, ft II, n
Atchlaon gn. 4a.... WW er. ma 7s
do cr. 4a. 1940.... 97N. ft W. let e. 4a.. 94U
do cr, Ca -.101 do cr. 4a 103
A. C. L lit 41 KSUNo. Pacific 4a wti
Bal. ft Ohio 41 91. 'do 3a 7U
do 3Ha .. ... ... ;" o. 1 rfdg. 4,., y,i
nrook. Tr. cr. 4s.
tisi-enn. er. )),a lilt., JU
Cen. of Ga. 6a IMVa 'fl ron. 4a JOOV
uen. ieatnar m... y .ioio gen. 4a.
Chet. ft Ohio t'.la. Jf. u. ft u. F. fg 4a nu
Ha rnnT. 4Ua 1S do gen. la tl
Chicago ft A. SVit , 63 Kt. I 8. W. c 4a 7l
do gen. 4a tViXo. Pac. col. 4i... . uu
C M ft H P e 4V4.. 10144 do cr. 4a notf
C II. I. P. c. 4a 6II1 dp lit rat. 4a iu
do rfg. 4i... ....... 77 So. Railway la. ..,.1042
C. ft 8. r Ilia. 92 do gen. 4a T5U
P. ft II. cr. 4a 9lli Union Parlfle 41..., ttli
D. ft R. 0. ret. (a. 70 do er. 4i t!
munitnf U tt do Jit ft ref. 4t... 9i(Z
Erie p. 1. 4a I I'. S. rtubber e. lta
do gen. 4a 741JU. 8. Steel Id 6e...lOUi
Ant. U aer. n.. 74 V.-C. tTi.m it. ii74
III. Cen. lat rtf. 4. JJKWabaah let 4 eg, 4a 7
IfE" tt? -i.v: SSflalf- ' ;: !!
w -t-Tii. ienirai ..
Quotations furnlahaa by Burnt. Brlnler ft Co.,
449 Omaha National bask buildings
Ateraeea it. I". o. . iki n jw
Cedar Co.. Nab.. 4ch. Dli. (a, 1911,, 91
Deer ft Co. pfd 94
Dundee, Neb.. U. 1922 M
El raw. Tea. Sewer (a, 1962 .... 102
Fairmont Creamery 6 p. c guar.. 100
Fairmont Creamery 7 p. e pfd,
(treat Waalern Hugar, com , ,
Ureal Weatern Sugar, pfd ,.
Harrta to, Tea 4,e. IWil
ju It Jffi
llydraull'- rreaa nr a pi i
Nv-8iMdr-Kolr, Freimit. .. . 1M
Nwfotk, NK, , 1MI 14 W it
Clljr t Omh !!, INI WU, 10
imun a c. n st nr. M. ih m
Otoakt l 11. It. II.. pM MUj
Omttu K k I P., fit II
lirkm Nil Itank mock. So. I)mh4
rettUni). On . . H N
ruft Sound Trte. L 1'. U. 11.
Pntwi Ktock Yard itoH. t
ltotkr Ml. Kutl Co A
Hlout nir Hlk yrJ, pM t
tn Antonio, Trt . . ri0 1(4'
lloatnn Slmsti Mnrkvt.,
BOSTON, Jan. SO. Closing quotations
on stocks were;
Allauei .. .. . Ned Crni 1
Aml. Opper .... JM, Nlplnliui Minn ... I
A Z. U ... . 114. North Uutlo U
Aflon rom. . 4HN6rth Like i
rii. Arltonn. . U'tOU Uowlolen US
a llttla IH-J IJ
Covprr IUom f. V. MHphaniioii
Krt iluttt O. M... UUBUptrur
KranVltn S -Ilsuperlor d n. M
(Iranby Con l Tamarack
Oreene Cananea ... I L'. S. II ft M
late Royal Coppef 21H do ptd
Kerr 1 . 4 tt-Ut'tah. Oon . .
Lake Copper . .. t'alitah Cupper C..
tjt Halle Copper . 4H Winona .
Miami Coprer .... MU Wolverine ....
l.iiuilnu Stock Sinrkrt.
UOSVON. Jan. 2a American securities
moved Irregularly during the early ttn.l
Ine today. At noon Canadian Taclflo
was 1U lower and the rest of the list
ranged from U below to i above parity.
Consols for money. 73 ll-lfis; consols
for account, 73.s. I'nlon Raclflc, 163.
bar sliver, quiet nt 26d. Money, SlfSi
per cent. Discount rates: Short bills.
3110&3Va per cent; three months, 31
3 6-16 per cent.
NEW YORK (IT. Nr.lt .11. MARKET
Qtintntlons of the liny on Various
NEW YOnif. Jan. 20.-PLOUl-Qulrt;
spring patents, M,4"4ft.W; winter straights,
st.1504.23; winter patents. I4.404.er;
snrlnir clears. 14 ttM?4 .20: txtra No. 1 win
ter, I3.wr3.75; extra No. 2 winter. t3.Xit
3.W: Kansas straights. N.0MM.11.
WHEAT Spot market was easy, No. 3
hard winter, 7?c, c, I. f., Now York; No.
2 red J1.00, nominal, elevator, domestic;
No. 1 northern Manitoba. Kic, t. o. b.
afloat: No. 1 northern, Duluth. $1.01Vi, f.
o b, afloat Kuturca wero steady and
closed net unchanged. May, 95o; July,
HOl'S-KInn; state, common to choice,
1913 crop. 40ii"48c. 1912 crop, 20f25c; Pacific
coast. 1K13 orop, S3(f27c; 1S12 crop, WiUc.
HIDES Quiet; Hoogta, 391iG31Mic;
Central America, 29Hc.
PETIIOLEUM-Steady; refined, New
Tork, bulk, t..23; barrels, 1S.75, case.
WOOL Steady; domestic fleece, XX
OOItN Spot market easy; new No. 3
yellow, lbc, c. I. f New York, to arrive.
OATS Spot market easy; standard
white, 4tWS45c: No. 3 white, tlJTmttoj
No. 4 white, 43141T44. nil elevator; fancy
clipped white. 45V447c.
HAY-Steady; standard, H.02K: No. 1,
$1.0ft1.07V4: No2. USciI1.00; No. 3, RJ90c.
LEATHEIt-Plrm; hemlock firsts, rJjp
30c: seconds. 28fi29c.
PUOVISIONS-I'ork steady: mess, 123.50
(324.;; family. e24.D04J27.00; short clears.
20.2:Ktf22.50. Ueef. steady; iness. 1S.00i&
18.60: family. 119.00420.00. Cut meats,
firm; pickled bellies. 10 to 14 lbs., lli
13.25plckled hams, 113.G0. Lard, (ir.rely
steaay; miauio west, u.ju(i!.;u; reuncu,
easy; continent, 11I.S6; South America,
12.25; compound, steady, tS.a5R.D0.
BUTTEH Steudy: receipts, 8.20J tubs;
creamery extras, 33fi34c; firsts, 23W32c;
held extras, SlU(fr32Hc; firsts. 2SQ31c;
process extras, 21HiV25c; lactory flrstB,
CHEESE Klrm; receipts, 1,100 tmxes;
state, whole milk, held specials, 17?;018o;
average fancy. 17U&17iic; fresh specials,
EGOS Weak; receipts, 830 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 3.Vft3Gc; extra firsts, 334
e34c; flrstB, 338"3lc; refrlgerntor firsts,
a0HO31c; nearby hennery whites 40341c.
I'OULTUY Drcsxed, firm: rresu Kllica
western chickens, I524c; fpwls, 15l9c;
OMAHA (1UM3IIA1, MAnKIiT.
DUTTEH-No. 1, l-lb. cartons, 33c; No.
1, UMb. tubs, 31c.
CHEESE lmpohtcd Swiss. 20c; Ameri
can Swiss, 24c: block Swiss, 22c; twins,
20ci daisies, 20c; triplets, tOc: Young
Americas, 21c; blue label brick, 18ttc;
llmberger. 2-lb 20c: New York white, 20c
FISH White, fresli. lfie: trout, fresh.
15c; largo crapplcs, fresh, 1301Co; Spanish
mackerel, 16o; snail roe, per pair, 40o;
salmon, fresh, 10c; halibut, fresh. Ho;
buffalo, 9c; bullheads, 13c; channel cat
fish, 16c; pike, 16c; pickerel, 12c.
POULTHY-nrollers. 14.00-36.00 per dor.;
hens, 15c; cocks, 12c; ducks, 16c; geese,
16c; turkeys, 23c; pigeons, per doz 11.20;
ducks, full feathered, 12o; geese, full
feathered, 11c; squabs, No. 1, 1U0; No.
wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
UEEK CUTS-No. 1 ribs. 17Wcj No. 2,
15?ic; No. 3, 12V4c. No. 1 loins, 18c No.
2, 17c; No. 3, c. No. 1 chucks. 10ic;
No. 2, 1054c; No. J, 9Hc. No. 1 rounds,
13Vic; No. 2, 13c; No. 3. 12c. No. 1 plates,
6Vc: No. 2, 8c; No. 3. 7Wc.
FRUITS Oranges: California navels,
extra fancy Bunklst, CO. 12G, 150, 176, 200
end 250 sizes, 3.0Q; 230 size, 12.50; 283 size,
12.40 : 321 size, S2.25: Florida, 94 and 126
sizes, 13.00; 150, 17G, 200 and 21U sizes. $2.50;
253 size, 12.40; 288 and 224 sites, 12.25;
Florida Kumatiats. ner box. 25c. AnDles:
Extra fancy Washington Jonathans, per
box, J2.25; Whlto Winter Pearmulns, per
box, J2.25; fancy White Winter Pear
ma:iui, per box, 12.00; fancy Idaho Illauk.
Twigs, per box, 12.00; fancy Idaho Bald
wins, per box, 12.00; fancy Idaho York
Imperials, per box, (2.10: fancy Idaho
waibridges, per box, ji.ha; fancy luano
Willow Twigs, ner box. 11.85: fanov Idaho
Smith Cider, per box, U.85; extra fancy
Idaho Northern Epy, Greenings or Kings,
Per box, 12.00; extra fancy Idaho Ham-
bos, per box, !?.:&; extra fancy lien Davis,
per box. .11.65: fancy Ben Davis, par box.
11.50: choice Ben Davis, per box, i.w;
Ben Davis, per bbl $1.50; York Imperials,
r.M fl FA. tl.l. ..am J t.f
ac wmi., f.w, uiuniw . a-ci uv.t e?f"v.
Lemons: Extra fancy Bunklst, 300s and
350s. ner box. 1160: extra choice Med Ball,
300s and 260s, per box, 7.50. Grapes: Extra
fancy ismperors, per crate, $2..o; uan
Lmrjerors. ner bbl.. 14.00: ImDorted Mal
agas, extra fancy, 17.00; fancy, 6.60; extra
ouoice, n.w; cnoice, o.au. urapeiruu:
Extra fancy Florida. 26s, 13.50; 46s and 96s,
13.75; 64s, 64s and 80s, 14.25. Cranberrleai
l CX f.U, Mill tV.1V. UUIC I MM.,,
$9.00; Bell nnd Cheny. per bbl., $8.50; late
red, per bbl., $8.25; ntchaid, per bbl., $9.00;
extreme Jumbo, ner bbl.. $11.00.
Itlver Early Ohio, per bu., $1.00; Iturals
or Bur bank's, per bu., 85c; Idaho Iturals,
per bu., 180c. Sweet potatoes: Per hamper,
11.23. Cabbage: Holland seed, per lb,, 2c:
red, per lb., 30c. Onions; Ohio, large Red
Olobe. per lb.. VAc: Spanish, per crate.
11.50. Tomatoes; California, per 4-baket
MISCELLANEOUS California figs. 12
12-oz. pkgs.. 86c; 50 C-oz. pkgs., $2.00; Cali
fornia tuacK iigs, 12 iz-oz. pKgs., Jl.w; J
crown Imported figs, ped lb., 18c; 3-crown
Imported figs, per lb., 13c; 7-erown pulled
figs (boxes weighing about 5 lbs.), 90c; 5
crown pulled figs (boxes weighing about
0 lbs.), 75c, 7-crown pulled fig (boxes
weighing 10 oz.). per doz.. $1.25. Drome.
dary brand dates, pkg., $3.00; Anchor
orana aates, pgg,, $2.za; Hallowe'en dates,
per lb., VAc, Parnlps, per lb., Sc. Car-
reia, per iu c, uesis, per io., jc. 'iur-
Callfornlu Jumbo celery, ner doz.. z5c
Michigan celery, par dox 35c. Cider, per
aeg, ej.j per nan ooi,, fo.va. unailots,
per doz.. 50c. Parsley, ner doz.. 40c.
Radishes, per doz., 50c. Head lettuce, per
aoz., i.w. jiome-grown tear lettuce, per
uuz., auc. ureen j)ei'iers, per DaSKet, we.
Wax or green beans, per hamper, $6.00.
Hot house cucumbers, per do., $1.60rjt.OO.
Cauliflower, per crate. 13.25. Venetian
garlic, per lb 12'o. Eggplant, per doz.,
$2.00. Horseradish (2 doz. bottles In case),
per ease. $2.00. Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell,
per lb., 19c. Medium pecana, per lu iJVic
Pecans, Jumbo, per lb., J5c, Giant pecans,
Louisiana paper shell, per lb 23c. FU
berts. per lb 15c. Drake almonds, per
lb., 18c; paper shell, 23c, Brazils, per lb..
18c; large washed, per lb lc. Blaok
walnul. per lb 2c. Peanuts, raw, No.
J' ve,l lhc!i1c'' JlP?" pr..1- 8c' roasted,
per lb., 8t4c Shell bark hickory nuts, per
lb., 4a White rice popcorn, per lb., 4o.
Checkers, per 100-lb, case, $3.50; per 0.
pkg. case, $1.75. Cocoanuts, per pack,
rr.OO. Chestnuts, Imported Italian, per
lb.. lOo; sack or bbl lots, 9c, Honey,
white clover, 24-sectlon case, per case.
Dry' fiunda Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 20. DRT OOODS
Cotton goods markets ruled steady today,
with an active trade going on In napped
goods. Staple dress goods for fail are to
be priced on the same level as that for
eprlng. Yarns were firmer, wtlh a higher
Key to the stUaUonBcv Advertising.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Ten Cents Higher
and Fairly Active.
HOGS OrEN FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
yhrrn and l.nmlis tit All Kind" Very
llrlik Mellrrn nt Ailinnrr of
Ten tn I'lfleen t'enls
SOl'TII OMAHA, Jail. SO, 19H.
Receipt were; Cattle. Itqss. ShVe'r;
vjuiciai monnay 8,310
Kstlmate Tuesday G.SOO 18,aX)
of cattle, hog and sheep at the Bouth
Omaha live stock market for tho year to
date as compared with Inst year:
, 191S. 1914. Inc.
V?U,B M.7 e2,0t"J 2,.
H,K 155,231 tO.788 11.443
bli1e, ,' '.SH 135.412 7,910
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at the eVjuth Omnhu live
stock market for the last few days, with
11913. 1912 . 1 191 1 . 1 1910. 1 1SKW . 1 1IHW.
6 00 7 76
7 26 6 04
8 331 3 t'.'l
I 5 95 7 09) 8 311 tf 03
RecelDta niul dlsnoallluii of live stock
at the Union stock Vnrtii,, routh Omaha,
lor tne twenty-four hours ending at n
Cattln. Ilntm. 571ii.r.ti.
C. M. & St. P. Ry 16 6 4
WRUUHIl It. 11 I ,, .,
Missouri Pacific Ry 6 4 ..
Union Pacific R. R 36 y, it
& N. W. Ry cast 21 3
& N. W. Ry.. west 61 K7 11
C, St. P., M. & O. Ry.... 22 12 I
C, H. & Q. Ry., cast 12 1
C, H. & Q. Ry., west 27 31 4
C It. I, ,fc P. Ry., east.,. 9 8 3
C. R. 1. t P. Ry., west... 4
Illinois central uy lu 4 ..
Chicago Q W. Ry. 4 6 ..
Total receipts 231 175 37
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Morris & Co 5nS
Swift &A:o 843
Cudahy Packing Co 991
Armour & uo vui
P. Co 10
S. O. P. Co 7
Hill & Son 2&.
F. B. Lewis 224
Huston & Co 10
J. II. Root & Co 134
J, II. Bulla 2(
L. F. Husz 77
nosenstocic liros im
McCrcary & Kellogg... 25
Wertholmer & Dcgcn... 118
Sullivan Bros 79
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 107
Dennlson & Francis..,.. Z)
Bolter. Jones & Hinmi..
Iowa Cattle Co w
Other buyers 19j
Totals 0,057 12.171 I".'-"
patti.p n.l,ur. ttrna n verV fair Ttln Of
cattle again this morning, but the aullty
was not especially good; that is, tnoro
was a good deal cf trosh Included In tho
Beef steers were in very much better
demand than yesterday and tho trade
took on a better tone. Buyers seemed
to want the cattlo and wero out In the
yards In good season In the morning
looking for supplies of good bto ocrs.
The market became fairly active, with
prices on tho desirable grades strong to
lOo higher. Trashy kinds, as a matter of
courso, weni' more or less neglected ana
did not show as much Improvement. It
Will bo rpmeinbered that yeaicrauy s inur
kct was quoted 1015o lower on beeves, so
that today's advance mukca up for a
good shnro of tho docllnc.
Cows and heifers wero In active de
mand and fully lOo higher. The offer
ings changed hands rapidly and an early
elearancn was effected.
rinod stock cattlo and feedors were in
good demand at steady prices, but tho J
trailn wiim not uulto us snaunv as YOB
terday. Buyers wero more Inclined to
taltn their time In making selections, but,
still, tho market aB a whole was In a
very fair condition, interior graaes wutu
a little weak.
Quotations on cattle: uood to choice
beef steers, 88.J0tf8.90; fair to good beef
steers, V.'SWISM; common to fair beet
steers, 86.75D7.80; fair to cholco yearlings,
ia.wiFtti.7S: trond to choice cornfed heifers.
I6.507,75; good to cholco cows, I6.25f)
6.76; fair to good grades, 15.256.25; com
mon 10 IKir graqes. i.-wu,, hiiou iu
nhnlcM atnekers and feeders. $7.25417.75:
fnlr tn miod stockers and feeders. 16.65
7.25: common to fair stockers and tendtra.
ia.7ooe.ba; siock cows aim iiuuum, tJ.-iv,
fl.so; stocK caives, to.iow.w, vein ciiivco,
7.0010.00; bulls, stags, etc.. 5.1&7.00.
A. Pr. No. At. rr.
, 77 7 00
111 7 30
1 910 I 10
i...., i:w t to
1240 I 20
1212 t 20
f 7 M
59 Ill 7M
.., 971 I 20
...1003 I 10
.,,1125 I 20
...1077 I If.
.,.7211 I 21
...im i ti
.. hdv I ,u a,,.....
.,1111 7 90 10
,.1012 I 01 :l
1040 I 0 0
1111 I 03 !,....
1246 I M
122 8 01 U. ......
101 I 10 '19
..... 782 I 10 II
1219 I II 1
-BTKKM AND HEIFERS.
. ... 710 7 to 1 5,1
902 7 M ,a
110 1 00 2,.,
1010 I 40
,,,,..109 I 10
1041 A II
......MM 7 00
1115 T CO
...1040 I fo
...1110 6 75
.1110 I to
.1f7 a SO
1A1A I IA 6
1VS I uu
., 40. 4 7S
,.. 901 7 73
,., lit T f6
., 430 7 75
100 s M
ka A tJ
IM 7 00 I
. . . J00 I 00 2
2i0 04 2
... 10 9 to 3
iat o If. 1
..)07t 4 71
... 10 10 00
., 290 10 00
, iio io no
,, iu io no
w io oo
irrVSrMfKRS AND FEEDERS
SJ I 76 10 707 1 10
'. Ml 2S 10 121 7
. 910 4 tl M 917 7 M
. . 114 7 is
23 heifers... 804 7 10 15 cows 931 6 30
J7 rv...., 845 6 60
HOOK A very fair run showed up this
morning, but advices from other points
were a little stronger, and as there seemed
to be a strong local demand, the market
opened with all buyers taking good heavy
and butcher hogs at prices that were
quoted as 5O10c higher. As was tho case
on Monday, the commoner grades, espe
cially of the light weight stuff, woro very
much neglected during the early rounds,
and It was not until the majority ot the
hogs had been sold that buyers began to
take much notice ot them. As a good
share of the ordors had been filled by
this time, the demand was not nearly so
earger, and prices offered for the mixed
light hogs were In no case more than a
nickel higher, and In many Instances lit
tle better than steady. As a result of this
weakening of the market the late trade
was very dull, and while the early move
ment was fairly active, the forenoon was
weli advanced before anything like a
clearance was made.
Towards tho extreme cloio the market
became very weak, and In many cases
the packers een refwed 10 bid on tho
IlKht welRht stuff, while such bids na
tlu.y did make were, If anything, weaker
than yesterday. Under these conditions
a number of salosrricn refused to cash
their offerings, and at noon thcrp were
stivcral loads still In first minds, rack
ets ar demonstrating every day that
they hnvo no un for the lighter grade
of horn, and while they will buy them
on a light run to fill out their droves. It
I very hard to get any action on thrni
It there Is anything like a fair supply In
Hulk of the supply moved nt a range
of IS lKti&K. and bent kinds reached JS.45,
the highest price that has been pnld so fnr
this year, and 7l4;c higher than Monday's
Supplies ware estimated at 1S6 cars, or
13.000 head. tnaklPK the total for the two
days something like lK,S0.t. This Is over
2.000 smaller tlmn littt week and about
5JW lighter than for tho snine days a
No. Ar. Rh. IV. N'o. Ar. fh. Pr.
M IU ... 7 U 11 Ill B0 I 30
40 . . .171 Ml 00 C7 3tl . M
24.. . .Ill ... I IM II.. .. 211 ... I U
71 177 ... lid 19 90 10 6 20
7 Ill ... 110 J 199 . 6 3e
10 til io I lit, w ate ... I i
ii le 4t i ii M ill . . i lo
91 !"4 ... I 14 16. ... It . . 6 10
71 IM 10. I U 7 IM M I H
21 lit ... X II i At 10 I
7 Ml ... I l 49 2M 10 I II
w til to i ii ti x i a
It. . ..112 49 13 51 .983 jt IK
41 Ill ... IM II 7 .. IX
11 :u io i 90 im :o2 ... i
M.. .-....! ... I 90 71 . ... Jl ... 1
It Ill It IN 4 277 ... I
10 9ft ... I 90 4.. .. JM ... IM
3! Ill ... I XI W, 161 ... lit
it m iio i 90 ii : ... i
U Ill ... I 9 1$ STMI 10 l
70 ttl 10 H 90 Ml ... 140
71 . ...JM . IS II 347 .. I 4)
7: ....w ... i it 7 ... 1 40
74 .. ..til . . I M 10 JM ... I 40
fl 199 40 I t M 117 ... I 40
41 .. ..139 ... I S .10 K . I 4')
li Sit ... I Jo CI 9C ... I 4.1
ai :i9 ... ik o :io ... 40
19 J14 10 IS 7 ... I 10
M Jit ... I M t tf ... I 4il
7i.... xt no sail u m ... i4n
17 SOI 40 9 X 14 JM ... I 40
79... .,.. ... 19 110 ... 140
71 IK ... I fA 10 116 .. I 40
103.. ..144 ... 1 90 .......7 10 4J't
1 Ill . . I M CI 4 ... I 4t4,
77 117 40 I SO 47 S04 .. I 41
11 Ill 40 I 90 70 JM ... I 41
SHEEP Anything In the lino of killers
sold freelv at nrices strong to l&lfl&o
lilL-hnr Thn Imnrnvement Was due to R
roiupurativoly light run ot sheep and
Inmbs for a Tuesday nnd also to a ueuer
feeling In tho easttrn trade In dressed
mutton. Tho receipts nt most other points
alto showed n slight falling off and prices
were reported enrly as better than yos
tcrdav. The local sunnly was estimated
at about 9,000 head, whereas a week ago
some 10,377 head were at tho disposal of
buyers and on the same day a year ago
tno receipts aniounieti to jm,hi. iicnu, ii
was another owe nnd lamb market, as
only one or two loads of wethers and
yearlings wero in sight. Tiiero was a
slight improvement In tho quality this
morning nnd this helped trado along a
little as the packert hod good demands
for good kilters, trade being active until
practically everything wits cleaned up at
an enrly hour In tho forenoon.
Lnmbs ranged all tho way from 87.2547
7.90, thn latter price being top, having
neen pain ror several loans, some Idaho
wheat field grades sold uround $7.75 and
somo on tho feeder order went to a
feeder buyer at $7.10. Ewes moved largely
at JS.0Ofl5.25. A bunch of yearlings brought
Jb.M) and one of wethers f,75.
uuotatlons on sheen and lambs: Lambs.
good to choice, 17.858.10; lambs, fair to
goon, K.ivyT.so; minus, culls, TC.DWQfl.ou;
yearlings, light. 86.46lI41.D0: vearllnes.
heavy, 5,76J(1.40; wethers, good to choice,
t5.V(j5.fj0; wethers, fair to good. SG.26!B15.60;
owes, good to choice, fG.00HJ6.50; ewes,
air to goon, 4.4Wio,w.
433 cornfed lambs 65
238 cornfed ycurlingH ,,, ,.87
400 Idaho feeder lambs 45
76 Idaho feeder lambs 40
166 cornfed awes , ,, 108
3 cornfed ewes ..,,100
113 cornfed lambs 64
105 cornfed lambs , 53
472 Idaho lambs 7
512 cornfed lambs 78
4S0 cornfod lambs 74
805 Idaho lumbs 79
u Idaho wethers 120
278 Idaho ewes .......109
111 Idaho yearlings 93
175 Wyoming cwos
224 Wyoming owes ...
102 Wyoming owes ...
201 Wyoming Jambs ..
101 Wyoming lambs ..
198 cornfed lumbs
84 cornfed lambs
84 cornfed lambs ....
99 cornfed Iambs ....
244 cornfed lambs ....
65 cornfed lambs ....
CHICAGO I.IVH STOCK MARKET
Hons Close WeiiU, to Shade I.ntrct
CHICAaO! Jan. 20, CATTLE Receipts,
4,000 head: beeves, steady; Blockers and
feeders, lvirzoo higher: beeves. I0.704i3.50
Texas steers, I6.90ft1i.10; western steers
m.Z59t.uo: stoc tern ami roeuors. ih.:miM
cows and heifers, I3.50f78.50; calves, 87.50
tri 1 1. ihi
N HOOS-Recelpts, 28,000 head; market
closed weak to shu.Ua lower: bu c u
sales. $.4038.50: light 88.20328.45: mixed
88.251I8.60: heavy. 8.2G48.G6: rough. o.'ihSt
.su; pigs, is.7D(rn(.zu.
SHEEP AND LAMUB-Reco Ms. 9.000
neaa; marnet strong wun .Monuuy s tie
cllne regained: natives. 14.WWf-6.00: west
em, ti.866.0!; yearlings, J5.MW.ir,-, lambs,
native, ti.toti?,lo; western, X6.90ti.i0,
Knniuia City Live Stuck Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 20, CATTLE Re
celpts, 7,000 hoadi market strong; 15c
higher; primo fed steers, S8.tioa0.z3
dressed beet steers, I7.K3.CQ; weatern
steers, J.OO(t7S.50; southern Btocrs, $6.25
o.w; cows, ii.Jtii.w; neirers, w.wam.w
stockors and feeders, t6 2538.00; bulls,
i5.Hxa7.w; calves, 3ii.50fm.60.
HOQS Receipts, 16,000 head: market.
fllOo higher: bulk of - sales. S8.1Ml(j.45
is jAf,a n, n i. n ....... .
SS.20Q8.5O; light. 88.05118.35; pigs, S6.85Q7.fiO.
SHEEP AND LA M US Recoil) tn. 2.000
head; market, 10yi5o higher; lambs, 87,50
b.iij; yearungs, vi.iaw.w, weiners, 15.35
fit, Louis Live MfCfU Mnrket.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20. CATTLE Re
celpts, 6,200 head; market steady; native
beef steers. 87.50119,25: cows and heifers.
SI. 25438,50; stockers nnd feeders, 85.003)
7.60; southern steers, 15.7508. 10; cows and
heifers, II.OOQO.OO; native calves, W.GOtfl
HOOB-Rceelpts, 13.000 head; market fi
ftlOa higher; pigs and light. 86.6008.50;
mixed and butchers, JS.2Sjj8.C0; good
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipts, 2,100
head: marktt lOo higher; native muttons,
$5.00G.60; lambs, $7,0038.20.
Mlinix CltV Live Ntock Market.
BIOUX CITY. Ia., Jan. 20. CATTLE
Receipts, 1,700 head; market steady; na
tive steers, $7.4ft5(8.60; butchers' .stock,
$5.2Sfi7.C0: canners, $3.60114.60; calves, $7.50
010.00: bulls, stags, etc., S5.C04f7.00.
IIOUS Receipts. 4.000 head; market. 6c
higher; heavy. $8.264i.30; mixed, $8.20
8.25; light. $8.1OQ&20; bulk of sales, $8.15(9
HHEEP AND LAMBS-Ilecelnts, 4.500
head; market steady; fed muttons, $5.50
6.50; wethers. S4.504JC50; ewos, $3.76f4.S;;
St. Juaeph Live stuck BInrket.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan, 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,000 head; market steady; steers,
$5.oytf9.M; oows and heifers, $.25i8.60;
HOGS Receipts, 10.0) head; market
steady; top, $8.45; bulk of sales, $8.16
SHEEP AND LAMnS-Recelpts, 3.0CO
head; market strqug; lambs, $5.00718.00,
Live Ntoek In Hlnht.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin
cipal western inurkets;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
SIOUX CltV 1.700 4,000 4,500
Katwias city 7,roo
St, Louis 5,200
St. Joseph 2,000
South Omaha , 5,500
.25,400 76.69.1 28,600
NEW YORK. Jan. 20.-MBTAL8-Lead.
quiet at $4.06474.10: London, 207s6d.
Spelter, quiet nt $5.20416.30; London,
(21 10s. Copper, firm, standard spot to
April offered at 114 50; eleptroylltlc. $U.00W
414.58, lake, $15.00, nominal, casting,
$14 254il4 87.. Tin, firm spo and January,
$37 704j38.ooi February, iji tjj3s.w; marcu.
t87.8Hl$.B; April, IB7.9&..tt Antlmonv,
dull; Cook sons, $7.347.44). iron, steady,
London markets tlued as follows: Con
fer, May: siot. (4)4l2s6d: futures,
64 17s d. Tin. firm; spot. 173172 6s;
futures, C17S 19s Iron, Cleveland war
rants, 50s 7Hd.
ST. tkOHIS, Jan. SO.-MKTALS-Lead,
dull, .vrl4. Spoiler: Steady, 85.10.
NEW YORK. .Inn. 20. -COFFEE Of
ficio! announcement that there would bo
no salos of valorization coffee this year
probably helped an opening ndvnnco of
f to 10 points in the market this morn
I'ic. Buying was restricted by continued
full nrlmnry recnlnts. nnd thn market rn
Hcti-d slightly under realizing, with the
close dull at a net ndvanca of 3 to 8
points. Sales, 31.000 bags. January, 9.I4
March. 9 29c: May, P.ftSe; July. 9.73c.
entember. 9.90c: October. 0.95c: Decent-
BPOt. nil et: Itlo No. 7. 9Wc: Rantns
No. 4. 12V4C Mild, dull; Cordova, lJOIBv.,
OntiiUn liny Mnrke(,
OMAHA. Jan. 19.-PRAIRIE HAT -No
II to choice upland, ltl.0P4rll.C0: No. 2
I9.oorii.oo; No. 3. i.sf9.w: no. i to
cholco midland. llO.OOftll.OO; No. 2, 88.003
10.00; No. 3, 87.0frO.OO; No. 1 to cholco
16wland, l.S.001f8.W; No. 2, 87.OOff8.00; No.
straw Choice out or rye, i6.ooaro.uo;
cholro wheat, 85.0453.50.
ALFALFA Choice. Ill; ."NO. 1, Jiz.wja
13.00; No. 2, J10.0Oin2.00; No. 3, 8S.0W
Cotton ainrkct. ,
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. COTTON Fu
tures closed steady; January, 12.410,
March. l2.So: May. I2,45c: July, jz.ioc.
October. H.75 Spot, quiet; middling,
i3.tw; guir. is.sfc.
Tho mantel cioneu Bicauy av a net. nu
ance of 2 to 4 points.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. . WJi'ivn-npot.
uulet; prices ateudy; middling fair. 7.8d.
good middling. 7.60il; middling. 7.2M; low
middling, b.msu; goon oruinury, o.., or
dinary, 5.8Sd; sains. 8,000 bales.
Oils nml lloln.
keiv vnittr. Jan. 20. COTTONSEED
OU Firm: prime summer yellow, J6.95W
7.07; Jnnuurs'. .93; March, 87.22; May,
TURPENTINE Firm; machine, bar
Ilrnpnratrrf Apples ami Pried Fruits
NEW YORK. Jnn. 20. EVAPUiuiTbu
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, steady. Ap
ricots, firm but quiet, readies, sieauy.
Following Is a list of tho most Impor
tant submarine nclcdcnU slnco 1903:
1903-aasollne explosion on A-l (British);
soven men hurt. . .
March 18. 1904 A-l (lirlllsll). sunic ny
steamship; cloven men drowned.
Jlinn SJ UUipilIU iJVUXMfittll, BUllik n 1.
moorings nt St. Petersburg; twenty-ona
men drowned. . .
February 16. 1905 Explosion on a-i
(British); four of crow killed.
Jtino s a- tiiruisiij, sana 011 x-iym-011th;
Julv fi Fiirfadnt (French), failed to rise
after dive off Bozorta, Tunis; twelvo of
November 16 A-4 (uriiism sunif. uui
all aboard saved.
Ootober 10, 1900 Ltitin tFrcncnj rauea to
rlso In submersion tost; fourteen drowned.
Jnnuarv 11. 1907 Alcerlan (French) sonic
nt Cherbourg moorings; no lives lost
March 6 uymonoio trrcncnj sirucrc
rock under water, but reached shore.
Juno 13-KXPloslon on c-s (uruibni: tour
Odfobnr' 10. 1903 Crows of CUttlellSll,
Octopus and Vlpon (United Slates) af
fected by poisonous gases on run.
October 15 Fresnol (French) ran Into
Jotty nnd sank; crow rescued.
April zu, iwj uusoiiiio explosion on
Foca (Italian) killed seven.
Juno 13. Kumbula (Russlnn) rammed
by warship; fifteen drowned,
July H-C-ll (British) run down by
stoumBhlp; thirteen drowned.
August 14 Explosion on urngon tuus
Bttin) killed onn and Injured fourteen.
April 15, 1910 No. 6 (JupancscJ failed to
rlso after dive; fifteen suffocated.
Mav 26 Pluvloso (French) sunk In col
lision; twenty-seven drowned.
August 0 A-l (British) suffered second
explosion; soven killed.
January 17. jsn u-s luormani Banic in
Kiel harbor; twenty-seven men xuved,
tlireo officers perished.
February 2. 1912 A-3 (British) sunk by
battleship off Isle ot Wight; fourteen
Juno 8 Vendemlaro (trench) rammed
by "battleship: twenty-four drowned.
RulMittUrt lit Ml CeMpitlttrt.
X Safe, Speedy and Fodtiro Cure for
Curb. Baliat SwaaiT, CajatJ Ksak,
Etraisai Ttaiasi, Joundar, Wisa
Ifuffa, aal all ubimii frtmaysrls,
Blaf boss scd ethar boar tvmara.
. Ooim all ottln diieaail ar Varaaitca,
Skraia, Bipbtharls, KesinM all
BiuwbM frota Xoreai or CaUla,
UpAlM$JifilSntt, ?la?'l ttarafiutlat
'DTarr bottls ot OtoiUo Ilalatia. (old la
Vrarranlaa to rlra aauafaxitiiuu rrle SI.M
par uut.fv, doiu pj uruajR-
. Sola by drartlau. er soot br oz.
krtraa paid, wlttt (all dlKotlasa for
ISrtiatKl for daacrlpUae dreoia.
la um. I
taaUmanlaia, ate AiMraaa
' Th. Uwrsnes-WIIIUm Ce ClartltiMt, 0,
''rf57 lnd bettsr to prevsnt this eot
.,.. .Isor Powder
beat rndy Jar colde.urVh. dtthWlV
....W PfKltry Regulator
Is thsUat eoudlUontr. Ooaraateed to km
pranu. Wo ruarantoo you aatlifactiorT i
Ml 6t FrvtU 110 pan Iultry Soc.
3732. O. Chrlstsason.
a big knee like thij, but your hone
may have a bunch or bruise on hi
Ankle, Hock, Stifle, Knee or Throat.
will clean it oil without laying the
hone up. No blister, no bair
cone. Concentrated -only a few
dropi required at an application, $2 per
bottle dcllicifd. Daanlbe ror caaa for asocial ltanfactlaai
and Book 8 K free. ABSORUINEVJH... antiacptle
tlumciit lor tninHn.1. Reducta falofol Swcllinfa. Ea
Uir4 Claada,- Coiua. VVeaa. EtuUca, Vartooa Vclaa,
Varicoaltlca. Old Sorca. Aliajra Pals. Prk tl and H a
bcula ai dnuilua ai dalliatad. Uanufaftucd anty bar
f7f.tcuwi,p,o. h,m jwtit,ifdHfm, hiu;
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