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HIE BEE: OMAHA, '.ITESDAY, .UM'AUV 12H, 10W.
M SS.UiF. Bxpcrt treatment by Mrs.
Steele 208 S. Ht.t St. Room 308.
MASSAdli! i'oi-fs removed, 2$c. Mrs.
lu-tvJOvui-'lluvncs.7WS. 16th. D.
ANNA MARKS Mll,!!s' 1891 P""
nODY MASSAGK-322-3Ncvllle Jllock.
Massage. Mm. nnMnhni-t- ma iufnn ni
MASSAGB. Mrs. Snyder. Baths, electrlo
treatments. US Hran. Thea. Bldg. D. 863.
MAGNETIC trwUment E-
. - Jver 710 S. 16th. D.J7891
Massage. Mrs. nittenhouse, SOS BogtorTstr.
roUliTKV AXI) SUPrMKS
KINK nosecomb Rhode Island ReTl
Cockerels rrom egg-laylng stock. Corrc
nondenca answered. F. 3. King. Benson.
From thoroughbred R, C. Rhode Island
Lcds; vigorous, hardy stock; great lay
era; country range: $1 for 15; $5 per 100.
A. It. I1AKKII, Benson. Neb.
n. F. D. No. 2; Tel. Be.nFon 747-W.
WHIB Plymouth Hock hens, also Man
moth Pekln ducks, cheap. It. M. Sutton.
Phono Florence 365.
KKAIj KSTATK LOANS
I.OANS on farrr.j and Improved city
property, 5, 544 and C per cent; no delay.
J. 11. Dumont Sc. Co., 1603 Farnam St
WANTED- city folnsi7nd warrants?
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. ISM Farnam St
WTBD-Clty loans. Peters Trust Co.
"iIARUlSON & MORTON. 916 0m. NaL
$100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
GARVIN BROS Loans Hr UP-
MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties, 11,000 to $50,000. W. It
THOMAS, 228 State Bank Bldg.
CITY LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg Co
310-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
U'ivEEFH HEAL, ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha National. Douglas all
FARM LOANS near Omaha; no com
mission; optional payments; cheap money.
Orin S.IerrlU, las City Nat Bank Bldg.
LAnOE loans our specialty. Stuil Bros
City and farm loans. John N. Fronzer.
$1,000 to loan on residence property
worth $2.r,0o, at per cent for .' yearn.
HASTINGS & I1EYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
WANTKD TO HUY
Dolcoff 2d hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
I") fiO.i."i Wulcl; buyers of furniture And
xj. uvuo houst,hoUj RoodB, We pay more.
WANTED To buy old broken watches
and old gold. M. Nathan. 109 S. 13th St
LOOK Wp 'iny li'sThest prices for ladles'
and gentlemen's 2d-hand clothes,
tousehold goods und valises. Call Gross
Blondo. Web. 4552.
'f eS: VI' cca' c 1 0 thc, shoes rihafto n . W.647H
Spsiitly used high grade piano. W. 3726.
WANTKD TO KENT
WANTED to lease after March 1
country newspaper and job office; good
mall town. Box "., Thur man. Ia.
WANTED A .neatly furnished room
by .young couple; desirable location. Ad
dress K 645, care Bee.
- SAL 10 OR EXCHANGE n. K,
Want a Farm
Good ton 11 pioperty tn exchange for
Und.. No agents need answer. Give price
and description In full in first letter. Ad-
dress J01I mnney .it., Umana. Neb,
ojv.i iur cAvimuRc iiai. juai uui. neP,
and S..D. Realty Co., W. O. W. Bldg.,
111 ' in .. n.l.lHUA'la, 1 . . .. . . . .
WE handle successfully exchanges of
merit If ypu have anything to deal In
in a hurry, call Star Land Co.. 217 Nat'l
Fidelity & Casualty Bldg. Phone D. J266.
JF YOU havo a farm to trade for a
stock of merchandise, city residence or
for city lncomo properly, list It with J.
It. Collins, Room 1029. Omaha Nat'l baQK.
"Will exchange- a first-class Iowa farm,
316 acres, splendid Improvements. Every
aero good, rich, black CORN LAND. It
yolt want the best thcro is seo this farm.
Price $160 per acre.
"KOR HA, LIS OR EXCHANGE Large
slock of clothing in , eastern Nebraska.
Stock divided to fit offer. Want good land
at Itn actual cash value and clear of In
cumbrance. J, R Collins, Room 1020,
Omaha Nat'l bank, Omaha, Neb.
Everybody's Doing It
Doing what- Trading with the Palmer
Land Co.. 1106 IV. O. W. Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE Ranches, farms
and Income properties. Montgomery,
Douglas 4810. Omaha.
WANT to trade house In Omaha for
farm. Address 1010 Glenwood Ave., Omaha.
ABSTRACTS 0F TITLE.
REED Abstiac't Co., oldest abstract of
fice 1ft Nebraska. 200 Brandels Theater.
f CITY rwiM'KHTY I'll It NAtU
' FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Six roomy, reception hall, parlor, dining
' boii... kitchen and one bedroom oij first
floor,, two bedrooms and bath upstairs;
furnace; comer lot, 42x120 feet; paved
Ktreet. Price, $3,35o; $500 cash, balance
$nn a month, which includes Intercut. Lo
cated 1C01 K. SSth Ave.
. 310-312 Brandels Theater.
12-ROOM house, Kountzo Place, Omaha,
57,000, clear. Also other clear Omaha
property: Want California, 11S5 W. 42d
ht Los Angeles. Cal.
, TO BUY; SELL OR KENT, FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROIIUINS. 1MB FARNAM T
Must Go Quick
Excellent opportunity to procure a lot
for a good home; 5 beautlrut lots facing
on Ixjcust Just west of 20th; paved St.,
Miadc. first ilaas neighborhood. Coma
out and look at th-m.
MoEACIlKON REALTy CO.
I9JI Lake. Tel. Web. 3651.
New Good, Fine Modern Homo
Nice corner lot on Central Blvd. and
Bui t St. GARAGE ADJOINING HOUSE.
iieatea, room ror two cars; cement cellar
finder who.o house, with laundry. First
fldor all finished In oak. with oak stair
fate. UpittMrii floors oak and woodwork
blroli, natural wood finish. Seven rooms
wltli large reception hall, pantry, back
hall, sleeping porch and plenty of closets.
Can ai range terms. Only J6.000. No. 663
N. Central Blvd. Phone Tyler 1624.
THE ROSEBUD LAND -0. '
handles exchanges of all klncj. Room i,
Now, Good, Fine Modern Homo
Ml:H corner lot 011 Central boulevard
and Burt street. GARAGE ADJOINING
HOUSE, heated, room for two cars, ce
ment cellar under whole house with laundry.-
First floor all finished in oak with
yak staircase. Upstairs floors oak and
woodwork .birch, natural wood finish.
Jsoxen rooms with large reception hall,
pantry, back hall, sleeping porch and
neuty of closets. Can arrange terms.
3nly KuuO. 6 North Central Boulevard.
I ' hone- Tyler 1624.
A FIRST CLASS greenhouse with all
iqulpment. on twenty acres of land In
dty limits. Sioux City, I a. Address C. J.
:Turnbauer. Sioux Clty la.
NICE home, also excellent forrentlng.
SB 5 s. I7th St.: new, well built; 6 rooms and
reception hall; all modern; cheaper now
than next spring; owner glad to show
i GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
j Believers in Strong Wheat May Face
Bearish Statistics Tuesday.
NOT MUCH TO ENCOURAGE CORN
Conntrs- at Lance linn Hern Scllliig;
Lively and There l No Sinn
Ahead that Tends to Induce
OMAHA. Jan. ?7. 1SI3.
Those who believe that wheat is In
strong position and those who are earn
ing the big load of that grain for Mbj'
delivery, as wetl as the actual wheat 111
the elevators nt Chicago, will be obliged
to face some rather bearlnh statistics to.
morrow morning. Among these statistics
will be larger world's shipments, of which
America will be the leader An Increase
In the amount on ocean passage Is also
among the probabilities, and the domestic
visible supply Is expected to show another
Increase. The latter now tops the supply
of a year ago and when the Canadian
visible Is Included It will be seen that 11
great deal of wheat Is now held In Amer
ica, and at a time when Argentina and
Australia are offering their now crops
freely and at satisfactory prices to tho
buying side. Besides these statistics ns
bearish helps may be mentioned the dull
ness In the trade with the outside as an
onlooker. The professionals at Chicago
and elsewhere are also onlookers, and as
pearly every man In the trade believes
that prices are golnu to be much lower
the market Is not likely to receive any
support from this Interest. A bomb was
exploded in the camp of wheat bulls on
Saturday In the shape of a report from
New York telling of enormous quantities
of flour held there, and for which there
is no present demand. All or tun sea'
board markets reDorted the railway ter
mlnals congested with loaded cars "f
riour. Philadelphia and New York re
ceivers have asked their western and
northern millers to refrain from making
snipments until advised to do so, as the
flour on track Is now unsalable because
It cannot be unloaded and demurrage is
being charged against It from day to day.
Cash wheat, unchanged to Uc lower.
The country was a seller of corn during
several days of last week, and there Is
llttlo at the present with which to en
courage buying of the yellow cereal. Men
In tho east who have pinned their faith
to tho corn market at Chicago, and who
have also put their money In the pit on
the. board of trade, are likely to experi
ence more or less trouble In escaping
from their present position.
Cash corn 'Ac to ic lower.
Oats are likely to continue to advance
or decline with the price changes in
wheat and corn. Cash oats unchanged
to '4c lower.
Clearunces were 152,000 bushels of corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal
to 331,(100 bushels.
Liverpool reported wheat and corn un
changed. Primary wheat receipts were 2,105,000
bushels and shipments were 676,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 1.107,000
bushels and shipments of 262.000 bushels.
Primary eorn receipts were 1,741,0(10
bushels and shipments were 1,022.000
bushels, against receipts last year of
2.3S1.CO0 bushels and ahlDinents nf 736.000
Primary- oats receipts were 870,000 hush
els and shipments were 577,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 866.000 bush
els and shipments of 421,000 bushels.
The following cash sales were reported
WHEAT No. 2 hard winter. 1 car. 7c;
4 cars, S4ic. No. 3 hard winter, 3 cars.
S4Vic; 4 enrs, 84c. No. 4 hard winter, 1
car, 83c. No. 2 northern, 1 ca 81ic; 2
cars. S4c. No. 3 spring, 1 car, 83Hc. No. 4
spring, 1 car (smutty), 81c. No. 3 mixed,
1 car. S3Hc No. 2 durum, 2 cars, 84?ic
No. 3 durum, 1 car, 84c; No. 2 durum,
mixed, 1 car, S4ic. No. 4 mixed durum.
1 car, 81c.
OATS No. 3 white, 2 cars, 32Hc; 7
cars, 32lic. No. 4 white, 4 cars, 32c.
CORN-No. 3 white. 2 cars. 45fcc; J
cars, 45Mc; 4 cars, 45c No. 3 color, 1
car, 45Hc. No. 3 yellow, 7 cars, 43V4c; S
cars, 43Uc. No. 4 yellow, 3 cars, 43c; 2
cars, 42ic; 1 car. 42c. No. 3 mixed, 3
cars, 43Uc; 3 cars. 43c. No. 4 mixed, 1
car, 43c; 3 cars, 52V4c; 6 cars, 42c; 2 cars,
410. No grade, 1 car, 42!4c; 1 car. 40;jci
1 car (hot), 3Sc.
RYE No. 3, 1 car. 59c.
Omaha Cauli Friers.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, S4V44i7o; No. 3
hard, S3H?,66c; No. 4 hard. 7845re3e; No.
3 spring. 8383Hc; No. 4 spring. 80HS82c.
CORN No. 3 white. 455ic; No. 4
white. 44H4i46'.r; No. 3 color, 4M4c; No. 3
yellow, 43',iig431,.c; No. 4 yellow, 42l3c;
No. 3. iimme: No. 4, 41H4f4Sc; no grade,
OATS No. 2 white. 33&ity. standard,
32Vi(332Kc; No. 3 white, 32UHj32Hc; No. 3
white. SZHU'Sl'Ac: No. 4 white. 31i32c
BARLEY Malting, 66Qj63c; No. 1 feed.
RYE No. 2, 59M60c; No. 3, 6SV469c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 37 439 159
Omaha 94 221 63
St. Louis 243 175 M
5 miles of city, well Improved, with
now C-room cottage, good barns, sheds,
etc.; 6 acres bearing grapes, which pro
duced over $1,100 In 1912, besides other
fruit; all fine land. Slope right for fruit
and well protected on north and west.
Fruit crops on this place wilt be as cer
tain as the corn crop and many times
more profitable. It's a cheap place at
3,70O, on easy terms. McGee Real Estate
Co., 10G Tearl St., Council Bluffs.
K Altai A RANCH ,AM)S Mil HAI.E
FOR SALE Arkansas timber lands;
2,000 acres virgin Umber land, about 15
miles north of Van Buren, In Crawford
county, Arkansas, at J7.60 per acre. Box
75, Little Rock. Ark.
California land excursions 1st and 3d
Tues. W. T. Smith Co.. 815 City Nat. Bk.
CALIFORNIA ALFALFA AND FRUIT
LANDS In the famous Chowchlila ranch,
108.000 acres, heart of the Ban Joaquin
valley, lust subdivided for settlement
Ideal water, soil, climatic conditions.
Wholesale and retail propositions. Free
maps and literature. Excursions Feb.
4th and ISth. We are owners, not agents.
United States Farm Laud Co., 917 City
National Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
CALIFORNIA 100 acres best Irrigated
fruit land 825 per acre. J. Taylor Baker,
Oak. Shasta Co.. Cal.
FIVE MILES OPCOUNCIL BLUFF'S,
100-acrn farm, nearly oil good farm
land, suitable for any purpose; 5-room
house, barn, windmill, cemont cave cel
lar. Good orchard. This is probably the
cheapest farm tn Pottawattamie county
at 100 per acre, McGee Real Estate Co.,
105 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
LAND FOB SALE Write for prices of
corn, clover and blue grans lands. Co
operative Realty Co.. Humansvllle. Ma
FOUND 320-acre homestead tn settled
neighborhood. (Fine farm land, no sand
hills. Cost you ttTE, filing fees and all
J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb,
GOOD QUARTER In Lyman countyT
under cultivation, 6 miles from Kennebec,
$30 per acre; level, Ideal, black hard soil.
M. D. Eastly, Elsmere, Neb.
WITH consistently large crops and high
value, Wisconsin farmers can afford to
take life easily in 'the winter months,
while the people of tha warmer climates
are working on their second small crop.
For details write Wisconsin Advance
ment Association, Milwaukee, Wis.
LIVE STOCK MAIiKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to Uouth Uraaba, 5a
mileage und shrinkage. Your consign
ments recelte vrompt and Cartful atten
tion. l l MlrU C'oininUtlau Vrrvunuli.
t-vr'm I 'lni Tn. rtlh1
CLIFTON Com to ".xrlmng tilde.
MARTIN UR04. ft Co., Excnaui. Uldf .
Kansas City . .
llltl UiO tlllAIN AMI IMIOVIMO.NS
rrnuirn ill tnc I nicllnir anil Closing
I'rlrrn 011 Hoar I of Trade.
CHICAGO. Jiui. 27.-I.opnl grain mar
kets began the week "sick." as brokers
term It where there is but little trade,
and net changes were of the sllEhleht
Provisions were firm, closing at the best
prices ot the day.
With Indlffi-rrnt rnliln. fnlr t PA I lit, I
Jieavy primary receipts, no dcninml tor
export aim domestic spot In the doldrums,
W'heat dragged lower most nf ttiH aurn.in
Toward the end shorts covered on th.
vmmio decrease and because thev wete
uneasy as to the Balkan situation. iul
me innrKet recovered to .ntimlay s clon
nig ievei eaiiound clearances weie
331.000 hushelH and primary receintu
2,1(V000 bushels, agulnst r.I07A busnuls
a year ago.
The narrow flm Illations of corn prices
Indicated a compromise hntn.n IhiMk
and bears, for while the Argentine was
nun on wie program with its damage l.y
nuury wcaiiier. tne Heavy pnmsrv re
ceipts and slim cash demand and a de
cline ot sic in spot were against the price
.May closed 'c under Saturdav.
Oats were all but stagnant and the
ioiio ncavy wiin corn and ixior demand
for spot. The samnle market ivitu .iff
Wheat looked like advancement buying,
provisions 7'ttl20c. nlthough hogs at the
yarns wore easier. FucKcrs worn credited
wun moderate sales.
Leading futures ranged us loilows:
Artlclcl Open. I Hlgh.l txw, Close Sat'y
Wheatl I I I 1"
Sept.j MHSSH't 8S, Js4
Corn, f I I I
r.i.i hi 4
wan. I I I I
May.334Ti :Tl3.HijS33i'd'Ti! 33T4
' 1 I
I I 19 174l IS
18 25-301 19 42U 19 17U V) ll.i in ill.
i .' '.' " " 7
I I 1 1
Jan . 10 1741 10 274 10 t7'.4l 10 2741 10 at
May. 10 27HJ 10 35 10 25 10 35 J 10 J7i
' I I I I I
Jan.. 1 1 1 1 10 so 1 10 1.,
May. I 10 2741 10 37i 10 25 10 37W 10 274
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat. No. 2
red. $1.1001.134; No 3 red. $1.02411.08: No.
2 hard. 90fif64e, No. 3 hard. 894gc;
No. I northern, 90004r. No. 2. R74itK9c;
No. 3. 85ijS7c: No. 2 spring. 87iTS9c: No.
3 spring. 85fi6c; No. 4 spring, 7RfTMe;
velvet chaff. 83gWo. durum. 8."fi92c.
Oats: No. 2, 33c; No. a white. r.VfuW4c;
No. 3 white, 32nfo34c; No. 4, 31(ff32ltc
No. 4 white, 3l44?334c, standard.
314c. Corn: No. 3, 474Ifl8c; No. 2
white. ;ftf4c; No. 3 yellow, 474ff48?ic;
No. 4. 4547c; No. 4 white. 49fi60c; No. 4
yellow, 454ff-7c. Rye. No. 2, fJvVilVwc.
Barley Rl72c. Timothy: $3.00r4.1E.
Clover: $12.00ijl U. Mess pork: $18Niflt
19.1J4. Ird: $10.274010.324. Ribs:
BUTTER Eas ; creamery, 2445024c
EGGS Weak; Receipts, 5,476 caes.
Fresh receipts, at mark, cases included
I9ig21c; refrigerator firsts, 16frt64c; first'
POTATOES Steady; receipts 106 cars
Michigan. 474150c; Minnesota, 45iMSc; Wis
POULTRY Alive, firm; turkeys, ".5c;
chickens, 134c; springs, 134c.
NEW YORK GENERAL MAIIKET
tinotntlnns or the 11 nj- on Varionn
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. FLOUR Quiet;
spring patents, $4.404.65; winter Htraights,
$4.5O5W.60: winter patents. 84.7017.10:
spring clears, $4.204.45; winter extras No.
1, Ji.wtfi.i!); winter extras No. 2, $3.90lf
4.00; Kansas tralghta, $3.104.25. Rye
flour, quiet; fair to good, $3.603.83. Buck
wheat flour, dull; $2.35 per 100 lbs.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and
yellow, $1.3091.33; coarse, $1.2501.30; kiln
RYE Quiet; No. 2 western, 67tjSc c. i.
BARLEY Steady ; feeding c. I. f. New
York; malting, 6W0a c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT-Spot market easp: No. 2 red,
$1,104 nominal elevator, and 81.12 f. u. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 99?c f. o. b.
or 1 oat. futures market lower owing to
large receipts, increased country offerings
und poor export demand, but decrease in
the visible checked' the decline, closing
4W4" net lower; May, 98 3-16fiW,c, closej
98 9-lC JUly closed, 9.3Vc. Bonded wheat:
January closed $1.00; May, M4iiHVic
closed 96'ic; July, 7c, closed 97c. Receipts,
133,000 bushels; shipment!'. 229,0o) bushels
CORN-Srot market easy; export, W.ic
f. o. b. afloat. Receipts. 75,000 bushels.
OATS Spot market easy; No. 3, 38c; No.
4, 374c Receipts. 53,000 bushels.
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice,
1912, 2128c. 1911, 12?fl5c; Taclflc coast,
1912. 1723e, 1911, 13iil6o.
HIDES Quiet: Central America, 2Sc;
FEED Western spring bran. $23.50;
standard middling. $23.50; city. $21.50.
HAY Standard. $1.0(Kftl.05; No. 1, $1,074
1.10; No. 2. 95c11.00; No. 3, SOfiWc.
LEATHER Hemlock firsts, 2Sfo29c; sec
PROVlSIONS-Pork. mess. $19.25H1U.75)
family, $21.0O&23.00; short clearc, $21.U0if
22.25. Beef. mess. $20.O0ti21.OO; family
$24.CK23.O0; beef hams, $30.004jC2.O0. Cut
meats, firm, pickled bellies, 10 to 14
pounds, JlZ'fili'iC; pickled hams. 14c. Lank
firm; middle west prime, $10.40!&10.50; re
fined, steady; continent. $16.05; South
America. $11.6"; compound, $7,604)7.75.
TALLOW-Prlme city hnds, 6ic; spe
cial, 6c; country, 60?ic.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 5,438 tubs;
creamery extras, 3l4ftC5o; firsts, 31U5tc;
process extras, 263264c Imitation crvam
ery, firsts, Wftr&c; factory, held, 22&
24c; current make, firsts, Z3&234C; sec
onds, V14J22c; packing stock. June make,
"XtetlSic; current make, No. 2, 20&204C;
No. 3, 1719c.
CHEESE Receipts, 1,218 boxes; stute,
whole milk. held, white or colored, spe
cials. 174018c; utute. wholu milk, winter
made, white or colored, specials, not
green, ibyjic; skiius, :wtc.
EGGS Easier; receipts. 0,212 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 26V7c; held, fresli
average best. I9fi'20c. refrigerator, flrots.
19Sl194"f neurby hennery, whites, good to
lurge size, new mm, .jic.
Selected whites, defective li size or
quality. 2f29c; western gathered whites,
POULTRY Dressed, quiet: fresh killed
western ciucKens, i'gzvc; iowis, istflje;
Hi. I.iiul" lienrrnl JMnrUot,
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 27. Wl 1 BAT
Cash, No. 2 red, $1.0SI13; No. 2 hard,
CORN No. 2, 424a424c; No. 2 white,
OATS-No. 2, 34c; No. 2 white, 3Jfl35ic
Closing price.i of futures;: :
WHEAT May, 93c; Jflly. i4c.
CORN-May. 50c; JJIy, 51?ic.
OATH-May, 33Tc; July. 34c.
FIXWRDulI; red winter patents, $5.00
tf(0.25: extra fancy and straight. $4.0a
4.W; hard winter clears, $3.40flS3.55.
HAY-Timothy. $115016.50: prairie,
TWINE Hemp. Sc.
PROVISIONS-Pork. Jobbing. $16.75.
I.ard, prime st rani. $10.3Sg.y.45. Dry salt
meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, $11,374;
clear ribs, $11,374; short clears. $11.64.
Baron, boxed, extra shorts. $12,374; clear
ribs. $12,374; short clears, $12,624.
POl'LTRY Firm; chickens. 12y;
springs. 12c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, lCc;
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 2V833c.
Flour, bills 12,000 8,000
Wheat, bus S92.000 J5I.000
Corn, bus 2in,mi M.noo
Oats, bus 138,000 62,000
MlnncniMilla Crnln larket.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27. WHEAT
May. 874eS7'4; July. SS489c. Cash:
No. 1 hard. 87'.lic; No. 1 northern. 8RWia
S6Hc; No. 2 northern. S3V(884Hc: No. 2
hard Montana, SfiJ4c; No. 3 wheat, SlVlfi)
'CORN No, 3 yellow, 44R4Sc.
OATS No. 3 white, 30c.
RYENo. 2. D6tj68c.
FLOUR First patents. $4,2044.06; sec
ond patents. Jt.lWJ4.50: first clears, $3.10
3.40; second clears. $2.3Of-2.00.
Elicln flutter MnrUel.
EIX31N, Jan. 27.-Butter. 33c. ,
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Speculative Interest at Low Ebb and
HEAVIER TONE IN AFTERNOON
Minnesota Decision Only One of Jtcv
ernl Events Nott llanalnii' Iher
MnrUel Which Caime Wnll
N1CW YORK. Jan. 27 -Sperulntlx e In
terest was nt a low eul today and tho
stock nini ket was virtually In 11 state
of suspended animation. The ticker was
slteht foi minutes at 11 time mid fluc
tuations were so narrow that the record
of the day's transactions poisessrd little
Uiirln gmost of the day the list held
steady at around Saturday's close. In
the afternoon a heavier tone developed,
but offerings were small ami the
greater part of the active Issues ended
the session with only fractional changes
Tho extreme dullness of the market
during the morning was attributed to
uncertainty whether the supreme court
would hand down today tin long-awaited
decision In (he Minnesota rate rase.
The Minnesota decision Is onlv one ot
the events now hanging ocr the mar
ket which make for a wnltlng attitude.
The outcome of the prace negotiations In
Iindon and the solution of the tangle
which has arisen In the efforts to dis
solve the Harriman merger will be of
direct Influence upon the securities mar
ket. There was a slightly firmer tone in
the local money market and a correspond
ingly easier tendency In foreign exchange
rates. Call money tourhrd 3 per cent
and In the tlmn market there were loans
Tor six months at 44 per cent, ns against
a recent bid of 4 per cent.
The bond market showed 11 declining
tendency. Total sales, par value. $1,540.
1 nlted States bends wero unchanged
Number of sales and leading quotations
on Htncks today were as follows:
s1 lll-l. r-i-..
"maiKiuiaira 1 orpf r
American llt sugir
Amrlcn Cn . .
Amrrlon Cji rr,
American & r
Anwrlcnn notion (111
Am Ice ftrrurltlM...
American I.tnoed . .
Amtrlmn S. It. . .
Am. 8 n pfd...
Am Sugar Iltflnlng
American T T ...
American Tobacco .
Anaconda Mining Co.
Atchlmw ptd .
Atlantic mart Line.
Kaltlmore & Ohio
Methlehem Steol .. .
Ilrooldyn Rapid Tr .
Canadian Pacific .
Ontral leather .
CliMuitxakc & Ohio
ttilcago tl W
Chicago, M A- St. V
Chicago N. W
Colorado K .t- 1. ..
Conaolldated (laa . ..
10.t.(V) Ti, 71S
S.lo) W, M
I'M 3 !ti, sv,
. 14,i01 34 3J, SS,
rot no in i-oi,
m m us r.s 1 ,
tOD U 54 JJl
100 It 39 391,
W tl ?l4 Tl,
too 10514 1051, m,
100 IIS lit 115.
4M 131U. IJ3U IS3I,
:oo j7h :m ss
sno j;); j;n SJli
, 900 106U 104 1P4U
ten lots ioi m
to iso'i i: ISO
. J.fo io:u 1014 iot'4
. 1,100 W, til ?0
. S.Hrtfl Sl!!4 3I1H W
iOO ",t tl 71
100 1H lt; I5i
2.400 113!, IU14 112',
MK 35 31 ,14t
CM 31'; 30'4 S04
Penr A Kto Qrande
I)ener It . pfd.
Erie lat pfd 4Pi
Krle 8d pfd JJV
Heneral Kleitrlc I4i,
ureal wonncrn pro.
Oreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Inter. Met pfd
International llnrviater .
International Paper , ...
Kanaa City Southern....
M., M r. S. S. M. . .
Mlaaourl, K. t T
N. n. n. ot m. : ptd.
New York Central
N V., O W
ft'crfoll. ti Western
North American i
P.. C . C St. L
Pressed Hteel Car
Pullman. Palace Car
Reading. ei-d)v , .
Republic I. & S. pfd
Ttock Inland Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. L. & H V Sd pfd...
Feaboard Air I.lnc
Seaboard Air Line pfd..
SloMt-Sheffleld S. A I...
Roathern Hall ay
fio. Hallway pfd
Texas & Pacific
t'nlon Pacific pfd
United States Tlealty
l.lOr) mi; 117s, l-7a4
400 3i'4 3714 3M
1,000 i:s'4 U4U :'
l.l'OO U, in; 1M.
1.401 4S2U HT, UlTj
300 10 10S lot
"00 UTs Is'a IH'4
:oo : 75', ;
1.700 JSl'4 Hi KI14
S00 139 13',4 139
301 37'4 17'1 !7
400 4tVi 0'4 414
100 107H 107'A 107V4
y uz'.t iuh n:i
900 IIS?. 11SH MM
ton 1:2s i::h i::'i
100 114 111 114
fA 33 331.4 3CH
100 1 161 163
19,600 1634 13H l2"i
SfilXl J06M 103
200 3714 37
12,100 US1. USH H.
100 S94 IJV4 90
United Statea ilubber.
United State Steel...
U. S. Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical
300 37T4 17!4
WhecllnR tc I B
Total sales for tba day, H8.IW shares,
York Money SlarUel.
NBW YORK, Jan. 27.-MONKY-On
call, steady, 2"yH per cent; ruling rate,
Z per cent; closing bid, 2U per cent;
offered at 3 per cent.
TIME IRAN'S Steady; M days, SVi per
cent; 00 days, 3iM per cent; six months,
4W4'4 per cent.
PIUMK MKItCANTH.B PAPKH 4Vt?
& per cent.
STKIII.1NG BXCHA NO H lira vy, with
actual buslnesa In bankers' IiIIIh at $4.8340
for 60-day bills, and at $I.87W for demand,
Commercial bills, $1.83.
SIL.VBK Par, i;!,sc; Mexican dollars,
HONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Cloning quotations on bonds today wero
V S. ref. J. rcg. 101 K. C. So. ref. 61... MJ4
do coupon . ...101 ! S dip. (a 1931.. 92'
V. S. 3s, rcg 103'4U A N. unl. 4s. .. U
do coupon I0JWM. K. IT let 4i.. 84
IT. g. 4i, reg 1131, do gen 4's H14
do coupon . . Hit, Ma. Psclfle 4s 70
Psnsma 3a, coupon. .103 do cony. 6a ST'4
A.-C 1" ctfa... t K. n. II. of M. 4Hs JH
Amer. Ag. Sa 101'i'N. Y. C. g. 3Ha... M
A. T. A T. cr. ta. .105V4 deh 4a totf
Am. Tobacco . . .130K T. M II. &. II.
Armour ft. Co. 4Via. 9Ht cr. 314a MV4
Atchison gen. 4s. .. SI S. W. 1st c. 4s. 91
do cv. 4s 1160... 10J4 (lo cr. 4s Ill Va
do cr. Is 104 ff". Pacific 4a 94
A C. U 1st 4s . 4i do ts 67!a
Chas. & Ohio 4a.. . 974 0. W. V. rfdg. 4. .. 91
do 3'ia HUPrnn cr. 3'4a III!. 17 (i
Brook. Tr. cr. 4s. 90 Mo con. 4s 1014
Cen. of fla. Ss in'4 Rea-dlnr gen. 4s . 9114
Cn. leather Is ... Hfi. U A 8. P. fg 4s 161
Clias, V Ohio 4V48..1O0 do grn Is II
dn ronv. 4V4 2Ut. I S. W. e 4a. 0
Chicago & A. $-. (4 n A. L. dj. la.... 7iH
C. II. & Q J. WStVi, Pac. col. 4s.... 9'
in gn. 4a. II do cr. 4s 92';
C M a r a H,a.. 1M(4 do 1st ref, 4s 9J'4
C. It. I. & P. c 4a 63V4so. Railway Is. .1M'4
da rfr 4ai Il'a dn urn. 4s lis.
I'.Hrls Us'- Union Pacific 4a. . 99 I
II. A II. cr. 4s.. .. 7s do cr. 4s H
II a It. 0 ref Is. 14 do 1st 4- ref 4a.. M
niatlllers 6 ... . p. B. IluliWr St...10
Brie p I. 4a. ... Mill; s, ffteel :d la. 101
do gen. 4a... 14 Va.-Car Cliem l W,J
do cr. 4s. aw 11 7t WiUib 1st tc n. 4s UH
III. Cen. 1st ref 4s 9St, Western M(1 4a ia4
Inter. Met. ',4. .. 0 West. Blim. cr. Is. 9IS
Iirler. M. M. 44a .1(4vis. Central 4s. . 90.
Japan 4H MU
cv York Mlnlnir Nlticks.
NBW YOrtK, .Ian. 57.-Clolng quota.
'ens on mining stock were:
Com. Tunnsl stock . I Meilran, 75
do bonds 12 Ontario 360
Con. Cal. L Ta 12 Ophlr K
Iron Bllrer . ... lM Small Hops u
Ia4rllle Con I Standard 100
I.lttl Chief ... .1 Tellow Jacket 16
Condition nf Treasury.
WASIHNOTO.V. Jan. 27,-At the be
Clnnltig of business today the condition
of the Cnlted Status treasury was: Work
ing balance, $87,303,598. In banks and
Philippine treasury, $31,S1,0IS. Total of
general fund. $111,893,915. Receipts Sat
urday, $3,072,163, The surplus this fiscal
cm is $&'.'. 9 ns against a deficit of
IW .'v.itt Ust onr The figures for re
ii'ipts. dlsburfemenls and surplus, etc,
xclude Panama cminl and public debt
London JMocU Market.
LONDON', .tan. 27. American securities
were quiet and featureless during lh
forenoon with prices about unclianged
fnini Saturdays closing
Iondon dosing stock quotations:
Consols, mone) 14 ll lltoulrrlllr g- Nash Ill's
do account . 144 Mo.. Kan. . Tea. H's
Amal (Vcper 74New York Central .110
Atchlam 10J4 Norfolk Western 114 ,
llaltlmiv-e (lhl. ti'H, Ontario Western. 3!
Canadtsn Parlfl, JITS If ntisjbanla . ... (31,
Cliesapeake ohm 7914 Heading Ki
Chi (Ireat Weatern HVSoutliern Uy . 17'4
Chi. Mil. st P.11M4 Southern Pacltlo .. tt
Penver A 1io It . 311 t'nlon Pacific . ..1M4
Krle. Il'41'. S. frtiwl. . . . M
do 1st pfd . . 49 Wabash 4
Orand Trunk 29V4 P Peers It
Illinois Central . UK Itand Mlnea !4
SILVBIt-Par, steady at 9-1M per
MONHY 44 per cent.
DlSt'Ol'NT HATl'S-Short bills. 4 1-1
ff4 Per cent; three months, 4 ll-1SfilJi
Iliialnn MlnlntT Stock.
HOSTON, Jan. 27. -Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Alloues 31 Mohawk . . .."4
Amal. Copper . . 71H Nevada Con IS
A. Z. I. A s . ... l4Nlplslng Mine . . M4
Irtsona Com . 3North llutte 30V,
11 A C C. S M. I'4 Mirth l-ak S
Cal. Atliona M Old Dominion . 41V4
Cal. AllrUa . 491 Osceola M
Centennial lH4(3ulncy 11
Cop llsnge (' (' 41 Shannon 12
Kst nutte C. M . IJ'4 Superior ov
Kranklln .. . . 7VSup . n. M....11U-U
Olrru Con. 3'. Tamarack 30
(iranby con .. 6I4 U. S. K. It A M .. 41
(Ireene Cananea . . Ta do pfd 44
Isle Iloal Copper. 21 Vtah Con 10(4
Kerr Lake 1(4 Utah Copper Co.... MI4
litV Copper .. S0'4 Winona ... 1
La Salle Coprer . . 44Wolrlne II
Miami Ccppsr SI
OMAHA. Jan. 27 Tktnk clearings for
today were $2,673,u23.1t and $2,6o8,287. 19 fur
the corresponding day lost year.
Kan an a City 4 i rnln and Prnvlatons.
KANSAS CITY. Jan 27 -WIIHAT- Mo.
i haul, 8M32ic; No. S, S4SrlWlo; No. 2
red. ll.Olwl.Oo; No. 3, fV)Cr$l.W.
COItN-No 2 mixed. 4-ISc; No. 3. 4Io;
No. 2 white, 4!c. No. .1. I8c.
OATS No. 2 white, SfiflvljVic, No. 2
IIAY-Cholce timothy. $13.001113.50; choice
prairie. StO.COVtl .00.
Closing price.i of futures:
W1IBAT May. 87,.4C; July, W-Hc
COHN-May. M($t0io; July. 14c
l'.aOS-Bxtras, 24c; firsts, 22WHT23C; sec
POITLTitY-Hens, 12Wc; roosters. So,
young turkeys, 18c; ducks, lK4fl4a.
nUTTHn-Creamcry, 32t4c: firsts, SOikQ;
leconds, 2S4c; packing, lOMrSOo.
Wheat, bus 218,000 tVJ.000
Corn, bus 105,000 21,000
Onts. bus 4,000 Xi.WO
Visible Supply nf 41rnln.
NBW YOIUC. Jan. 27.-Thc Visible sup
ply of grain In the I'lilted States Satur
day, ns compiled by tho Now York pro
duce exchange waa as follows: Wheat.
rw.OlO.OOO btl decreased 1.805,000 till. Wheal
In bond. 4M9T.000 bu.. decreased 1.144,000
bu. Corn. 9.290,000 bu., Increased 1,638,000
bu. Oats, 9.R1B.00O bu., Increasett W.00O
bu. Oats In bond, 227,000 bu.. Increased
6.0IW bu. ftye, 1,535,000 bu , decreased
81,000 bu. Parley, 8,141,000 bu , Increased
146,000 bu. Parley In bond, 40.000 bu..
decreased 68,000 bu.
I.UrrpiMil lira 1 11 Market.
l.lVBnPOOU Jun. ST.-WHBAT-Spot,
firm; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s4d; No. 2.
7ar.Hd; No. 3, 7s 4d. r'uturns, dull; March,
7s5Hd; May, 7s 3d; July, 7s 2Sd,
CORN 8pot, easy; American mixed,
new, Ks4d; American mixed, old, Cs;
American mixed, old, via Galveston,
5s74d. Futures, easy; January, Cs lHd;
February, 4s lOVid.
FIX3Un Winter patents, 29s 6d.
HOPS In London fPaclflo coast),
5 ilo Us.
ICiaporntrd Apnlea and Dried Krnlta.
NBW YOUK. Jan. 27;-BVAPOHATBD
APPLBS-Marltet, quiet; fancy, 7Vif8Vio;
choice, 6!J(fffli,4c; prime, CHCWic.
DRIKD FHUITfi Prunes, steady: Call
fninlnK nn tn 30-40s. 4(HUu: Oreguiix.
61i'jt9Vic. Apricots, quiet; choice., QWi
11c; extra cnoice, uwuwo; tancy. i.m.i
13c. Peaches, quiet; choice, 6H1j01ic; ex
tra choice. e'iUJ'tc; fancy. 7M(tfo. IUIslns,
easy; loose muscatels, iWRH' Choice to
fancy seeded, SUCJVic; seedless, 6VMl7ic,
.Mllrvnuker drain Market.
M1LWAUK10E, Jan. 27. WHUAT-No.
1 northern, SSVsQOOc; No. 2 northern. 86
"fi'.io; No. 1 hard winter, 9Sfl04c; May,
90V4c; July, 89VitfUc,
COP-N-No. 3 yellow, 45Hffl8c; No. 3
white, 60c; No. 3. tUMN'c; May. 6Hi
fcl4c; July 52UuK!c.
PBOUIA. 111., Jan. 27. COMN-Market
UU'Ho lower; No. 3 yellow, 4lr47Vie;
No. 4 yellow. 54ft4nc; No. 3 mixed, 4u4($
47Ho: No. 4 mixed, 45Vf3'46Ho; sample,
OATS Vnchatiged to Uc lower; No. 2
white 33ic; standurd, 33Vsc; No. 4 white,
NBW YOUK. Jan. 37.-MMTA1.8 Cop.
per, quint; Mtaudard spot and January,
$t5.37 hid; February to May. $15. 87 15.75;
eloctrolytlc, $16.50; lako. $15.50016.75; oast
lug, $lC.00a 16.25. Tin. uasy; spot, $43,500
50.00; January. J49.60HJ49S5! February. $49.60
G49.W); March. $49.35ft49'.75. T.ead. steady;
$4.304.35. Spelter, weak; $7.f&f7.lO. Anti
mony, unsettled; Cookson's. $9,75. Iron, un
settled; No. 1 northern. $18.5flH9.00: No,
2 northern, 118.00Jfl8.50: No, 1 southern,
$18.2519.00; No. 1 southern, soft, $18.2op
18.75. Copper arrivals, 395 tons. Bujiorts
this month, 19,932 tons, Ioudon coppT,
weak; spot. 03, 15s; futures, 69, 2, 6d.
London tin, dull; spot, 226, 5s; futures.
221. London lead, 16, 2s, 6d. London
spelter, 23. 2s, fid. Iron, Cleveland war
rants, 05s, 5d In London.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 27.-MRTAIJ)-lad,
steady at $4.20. Spelter, dull, at $6.90,
NBW YORK. Jan. 27.-COFFBK Fu
tures market opened quiet, but from 2
to 8 points lower, owing to easier cables.
There were scattered offerings nnd with
Btipport lacking, the market rased off.
The close was steady, but from C to 15
points net lower. Hales, 47.000. January,
12.9ftc; February. 13.00c; March, 13.30c;
April, 13.32c: May. 13.46c; June, IS.Mo;
July. 13.62c; August, 18.03c; September,
13.76c; October, 13.71c; November, 13.68c;
December. 13.62c. Spot coffee, quiet;
Illo 7s. 13c; Santos 4s. 15'ic. Mild,
quiet; Cordova, lOUlfr.
Wool Market. '
LONDON. Jan 27 -WOOL The offer
Ings nt tho auction sales today amounted
to 9,7x9 bales. With Americans buying
flqr and coarse cross-bred and Franco
and Germany competing with the home
trade for merinos the market ruled firm
In sellers' favor.
ST. I5CIS. Mo.. Jan. 27.-WOOL-Steady:
medium graded, combing and
clothing, 2JV44jreec; light fine, AWlv.
heavy fine. 13'18c; tub washed, 27336c.
Turpentine anil Hiialn,
SAVANNAH. On. Jan. TimPEN-T1NB-
Market, firm. 4114c. Sales, 173
bills , receipts, 235 hbls.; shipments, 321
IjIiIh. ; stock. 21,400 hbls.
llOSIN-Market. firm: sales, 9tfl bbls.;
receipts. 1.670 bbls.: shipments, 4,500 bb.;
storks. 130.750 bbls. Quote: A and II,
$I.W; C and 1), $5.4i: U, $5,85; F, $5.)0; O,
$6.16; II. M.20; I. $d.26: K. $6.60; M. $7.00:
N. $7.10; WO, $7.15; WW. $7.50.
llrr (Jooila Mnrkel,
NBW YOUK. Jan, 27,-DnY OOODR
Conslderabln business was done on tho
primary cotton goods market during the
duy, Values were very firm and the
tendency was toward higher levels. There
was a good demand for heavyweight
woolen suitings for next season, porno
of these goods showed advances of 5c a
Crude till Advance.
F1NDLAY, O., Jan. 27 The Ohio OH
company today advanced the price ,f
North Lima oil to $1.31, South Lima and
Indiana to $1.26 each and Illinois to $1.11.
The Persistent and Judicious Ue of'
Newsptcr Advertsing Is the Road to
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Killinp; Cattle Slow and Lower,
with Feeders Stronger.
HOaS SELL BIG FIVE LOWER
Sheep nml Lamb nf All Kinds Very
Most from Marl In I'lnlah nnd
from Ten In Fifteen
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. X. 191$.
Receipts wcte CmUIc. Hons. Sheep.
Kotlmate Mondu .. . 5.100 7.700 12.700
Satno day lust week . 7,0K 16,187
Same day 3 wks ago. . 5.64S 0.018 20.041
Satiiti day 3 wks ago .. 5.195 5.081 1I.7U3
SaniNtlay 4 wks ago.. 6,4! 6.046 I1.90S
Samo Uar iHst rar.. . 6.3J8 5.911 tS.MT
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hT$gs and sheep at South Oinuliu
for the year to date as compared with
last year: , 1913. 1912 inc. Dcc
fattlo ,. . 72.2IS 78.S41 6.50A
Hogs '.. .221,547 2SS,ia ... . 67,377
Skeep 188.680 l.Vi.Iti! 50.MI
The following table shows the range nf
prices for hogs nt South Omaha, for the
last "few diiys, with comparisons:
1912. 11911. 11910. t!H(i.li.llW7.
7 204I 6 0SI 7 731 8 47!
I 4 261 6 42
6 061 4 21 6 50
6 09 6 49
6 03 4 Si
H, !7i 4 22 6 .0
7 26H) 6 04
7 2114! 5 89
S 3.1! 6 00 4 12 6 51
23.1 7 liut 5 HI. 7 531 I 6 001 4 M
31. 1 3.1'i, 6 !l 1 t s 2(1, 4 '
. 7 29V
7 501 S l5!
7 45 7 92
7 49 8t3
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
tho Union slock yards. South Omaha, tor
twenty-four hours ending nt 3 o'clock yes
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C M. .t iSt. P 12
Union Poclflc 57 is
C. N. W. (cast).. 12 3
('. N. W. (went).. 40 31
C St. P.. M. A O. 18 3
C, H. & Q. (ertst).. .. 3
C' U. & Q. (west).. 8 5
Illinois Central 3 3
C. O. W 3 3
Total receipts ...208 KM
DISPOSITION 1 1 BAD.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris &. Co,....
Swift A Co
Cudahy Pkg. Co
Armour & Co..
Hchwarta .t Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln' Pkg. Co ,
So. Omaha Pkg. Co....
W. II. Vnnsant Co
llenton, Vnnsant & L..
Hill & Sou
P. It, I;w-I
Huston & Co.
J. P. Root & Co
J. If. nulla
L. F. 1 1 use
McCreary ci Kellogg...
Werthelinnr & Degen
It. F. Hamilton
Rotschttd A Krebs....
Mo. At Kans.-Calf. Co..
C'llhe A Christie
Totals 6,115 7.818 S.26S
CATT'LK There was a liberal run of
cattlo this morning, although receipts
wero not so largo as a week ago by 1,000
head and for that matter they were
slightly smallor than two weeks ago or
a year ngo. Unfortunately some other
market points wero well loaded nnd were
sending out prospects of a lower range ot
Reef steers were extremely slow and
dull nil thu morning. Tho eastern href
markets waa very unsatisfactory all la.it
week for the consumption being very
much reduced. As a result the demand for
killing cattlo waa everywhere .slow and
dull, jluyers at this point wero very late
In starting out and It was evident that
they did not need very many catle. Rome
of them announced right at thu beginning
that Ihey would buy their stuff lower
pr, not buy at all. Thus tho market was
slow to lOo lower all the morning.
What has been said about the beef
market would apply In equal degree to
cows and heifers, aa they, too, were
very slow and dull to aa much as lOo
Stock cutttle and feeders wero more
aotlvo than they havo been for several
days back, the lighter kinds of cattle
especially selling very freely. Tho market
on tho dcslrablo grades was generally a
little stronger as well ns fnlrlv nrilvn
It Is very evident that the country ls
niurncunjt us nan tai entile more rapidly
than the consuming demand can caro
for. What Uie country should do la to
hold bark supplies for u few days nnd
allow the markets of the country to clean
up the surplus product on hand. There Is
no uie In shipping by this market to
some other point, because all markets
are In the same condition, In lnct Chicago
Is In the worst shape of all, having had
the heaviest receipts. ,
Later on In the morning when the trade
was under full headway all kinds of kill
ing cattle, that Is, beef steers, rows and
neirers f rmed up and closed generally
steady with last week's close. Kt"c"y
Quotntlons on Cattle: ooud to choice
Jeers, $7.00i&7.60; common to fair beef
o.UVJJ7.io; good to choice cows, $5.763I6.60:
fair to good cows and heifers, $(.765.75
common to fair cows and heifers, $3.2fd
ifiL?! Jai.0lJ0,Ce "I00101"8 'e-er
r'ZM S r. to K00d "ocl0 nd teed.
ers, $6.006.75; common to fair stockr
and feeders. $5 00.00; stock cows and
he fers, $4.76fl6.60; veal calves, $0.001).)
bulls, stags, etc., $4.60&.36. . '
pro. a. pr. No.
70 1 11 II
11 Ill 70 11
1 1036 ( 7i
..1134 7 20
I .. ..
110 ft 40
...141 ft 40
... 171 ft 40
...Jos: t 10
...1017 t 11
Illl 6 64
...1003 ft 66
...10 ft 7ft
...10f,1 ft J
... 717 ft to
. . . 774 1 00
... ill ft)
... 700 00
... in e on
... Ill 1 00
... Ml (10
... MO (10
. . 7M t US
...1110 ft M
...I4W ft 15
... Ill 4 10
...1110 4 71
. . M0 t (n
. . 110 1 01
.. 12I I l
... ill 1 21
ill t :
....1117 ( o
...1001 1 u
. IMS 5 35
. . . Mi cm
... lit t 11
. 111 t 11
111 ft w.
lit ft 7ft
U0 ft 7ft
lift ft IS
401 ft M
1111 ft 30
i:u 1 10
1100 ft ss
1210 ft 21
110 ft 40
.. 700 ft (0
310 00 1,...
411 I 10 ....
170 I 60 1....
320 1 M
110 1 00
STOCKBRS AND FBKDBRS.
lift I 21
1031 ft 71
(It I 10
711 I 10
1041 7 30
. . .141 7 20
. .. 914 7Ji
1011 7 II
711 1 M
ii6 t ;j
411 1 9
7W M '
714 1 10
114 1 10
791 I U
2 . ..
...12M 1 40
HOaS The early prosert on tho hog
market wero anything but cnrourazlng
for any Improvement over Saturday
trade, as botli the packer and speculative
buyers came out as bears, bidding prices
anywhere from a nickel to a dime lower
than the clone of last week. For a, tlmo
sellers hesitated to trt with their hold
ings at any reduction, and in coiuequeuco
the early movement was slow and of very
small volume- Trade done on speculative
or shipping account did not cut much fig
ure on the market, which, along with a
very good supply of hogs In sight encour
aged the packers to remain In their beur
lsh attitude. Kvcntuully the big majority
of the offerings was bought up largely
around $7 2007.30. with a long string uf
hogs at $7. 35. The range of prices wus
bought up largely around $7 2OJ7.30. with
a long string of hogs at $7.25. Thn ranxn
of prices was narrow when compured with :
the markets t.f the hi t few day , ih
iHht hog.H -unrig ai high as Si 3o and
gi.'id. hav hih.u- changing hands ,in
iow as tlisl flgiui. The I1111K of the pscK
Ing grades langed from $7. tn $2 30.
with some choice hogs reaching t,.m,
the lop for the day. in a general wav
tin- trade might t.( regarded ns a big
ulikel lower man last wick s elos.r Hit
the whole trade showed a very fair de
gree of activity notwithstanding the dr.
ellne in pner, the market, ir anything,
closing at thu low point of the daj.
Aiound 111 cars, or 7,700 hcml, showed
up. being m head shoit of Inst Monday,
but 1 ,m;i head more than two weeks ngu
nnd 1,79 head mole tlmn on the satna
day one year ago. Taking tho quality
Into consideration the supply was very
good and compared very lavornbly with
uny day ot tne previous week.
No Av sh Pr. .No. Ar. 8I1. !r
11. . Ill . . 7 ll'i ... . f ... 7 ji
W... . 1 ... 1 11 T Ut ... I M
70. . 1H . . 7 1. M XI It ID
II... tl . . 7 l( 1 2M 140 t
It Ml W 111 M 1M 10 7 36
T... . IM ....7 11 30 M ... 7 31
34 in ... 7 in; " no 1 11
ti set.t-s. 720 i nt 200 7 si
10 ... .JKV ... 1 'JO II ISt 40 7 M
41 20! ... t 20 it 370 7 14
7D IKI .... 7 20 7 IM ... 7 M
71 . . 40 7 20 H ltd 40 7 M
M Ill IM 7 30 71 112 ... 7
13 .TOtlootf 7 30 11 1) ... 7 3
14 111. ... 7 30 If 377 ... 7 28
40 . . 317 140 7 30 II SU 340 7 M
11. . . .1 IM 7 3D 41 3411 ... T 2ft
10 ... .110 IM 7 ?) 67 3t ... 7 3ft
71.. .301 40 f 7 30 71 3IT . . 7 27',
30 114 130. ? w 7 34t ... 7 I7H
17 Ill 130 7 30. 17 317 10 7 27 1
1 Wl ... 7.1IU It IM ... 7 371,
41.. . .'. .IM , , TM 1 361 ... 7 27't
7 itt M 7 S 81 307 ISO 7 3JH
IS. . . .371 10 7 St ' 11 210 10 IP,
II. . .Ill 40 7 36 M 110 ... 7 30
I?,, ..Ill 7 1ft M Ill ... 7 10
... 7 3t V 3M 310 7 30
M 110 7 1 9 141 ... 7 30
7. ... 113 10 7 34 41 Ml ... 7 SO
71 311 10 7 M 41 X ... 7 30
. .. .341 M 7 x M 171 ... t 10
61 Ill ... 7 3ft 4 371 ... 7 10
Si 314 . . 7 3ft 70 244 ... 1 ?0
17 364 ... 7 2. M 117 ... 7 30
M 147 10 7 35 70 241 ... I SO
7 lift 111) 7 36 11 2C7 10 7 10
M At 110 7 36 40 341 ... 7 10
44 347 ... 7 36 t! 3.11 ... 7 20
ftt.. . .Ill 110 7 36 St 3tl ... 7 10
M., Ill ... 7 3fi 71 233 ... 7 It
71 Ill M) 7 3ft 1 27 1 40 1 30
l 211 ... 7 31 .41 33 1C0 1 30
7 321 ... 7 36 l SIS ... 7 SO
47 Ill ... 7 3S M 2l . . 7 10
71 131 110 7 36 f! .. .335 40 T SO
7 Ill ) 7 36 12 317 ... 7 30
71 220 ... 7 3ft II 214 110 7 10
77 341 10 1 36 41 211 20 7 36
11 Ill . to
SHKBP Last werk's break In this live,
mutton tiadc had the natural result ot
curtailing receipts this morning, for only
about fltty-tliren cars, or 12,700 hoad, weio
reported In, as compared with 16.137 head
last Monday nnd 18,567 head on tho corre
sponding day one year ago. tn point ot
general quality the supply was considered
very good and about ns many sheep of
ferings km lambs wero on sale. As for
some little time back, lambs nnd wm
nuule up the big end of the receipts and,
yearlings and wethers continue to come.
In a vory limited supply. Considering
that no western stuff was Included In thn
receipts, killers were Ip very fair, supply.
Almost as soon as tho moderate supply
was yarded, salesmen offered to takn
steady prices, which might be taken as an
Indication of ft. very weak feeling pre
vailing in the trade. Iluyera were not In
clined to start In on that basis, and as a.
lesult very fow if any lambs or sheep
changed hands during tho first hours ot
tho forenoon. There were one or two
sales of sheep made, early, however. In
order to keep the killing gangs at work,
but nsldo from this the market wan
practically dead. The early transactions
Included some fed western wethers at
$5.70 and a load of fed owes at $5.20. The
consensus ot opinion among tho traders
wun that while the strictly cholco offer
ings sotd nt prices very little If any
lower, there was a general decline ot ut
least 10U15a on anything only halt fat or
of medium quality.
Quotations on sheep and Iambs:
Lambs, good to choice, $8,8518.63: lambs,
fair to good, $7.85118.35; yearlings, good
to choice, $7.50418.00; yearling fair to
good, $7.25417.60; wethers, good to cholco.
$5.7530.20 wethers, fair to good. $5.404j
6.75; owes, good to choice, t5.0ixtf6.40; owes,
fair to good. 14.ti5a5.0O; cull sheep and
No. A v. Pr.
201 fed owes 103 5 00
498 fed lambs 79 8 20
200 fed wethers 121 5 70
3UH fed ewes 1H & 00
423 fed ewes 110 5 00
251 fed Inmbn 82 8 45
226 fed ewe 93 fi 21
864 fed yearlings 08 C 50
CIIICAliO I.IVI! STOCK MARK BP
Call If Stead- tn lllshrr Iloffat
fMrontr Hlicep Iiovrrr.
CHICAGO, Jan. 27.-CATTLB Receipts.
18,001) head; market steady to lOo higher;
beoves, $6.00ao.0! Texas steers, $1.704jG.40:
western steers, $5.50(.20; Blockers ana
feeders, $4.757.50: cows wid heifers, $2.7U
(JJ7.20; cnlvcn, $7,00010.75.
HOGS Receipts, 62,000 head: market
closed strong at 5c decline; light, $7.30ft
7.65; mixed, $7.3tVj7.62V4; heavy, $7.16e.f;
rough. 17.15M7.aO; pigs, $6.75&7.30; bulk,
SHBBP AND LAMPS Receipts, 24.000
head; market slow and 20fj40o lower: na
tive, $5.lXfli.00: western, $l.7tV83.00; year
lings, $L30i(?.75: lambs, ifatlva, $6.5Oti0.60;
ICniisiin City .lrc StoeU Market.
KANSAS C1TV. Jan. 17. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 10,000 head, including 1,000 south
erns; market steady to 10c higher; dressed
beef and export Btoorn, $7.604i8.7o; western
steers, $6.25iJIS.l0; ntockern and feeders,
$5.75flt'7.00; southern Hteers, $5.754f7.2t;
southern cows, I3.7M6.25; native cows and
heifers, $3.7507.50; bulls, $5.0030.25; calves.
HOOS Receipts. S.0C0 head: market)
steady: bulk of Bales. $7.2&4i7.45: heavy.
$7.rii7.40; packers and butchers, $7.257.40;
light, $7.2tlp7,X, pigs, $5.2&Btf.23.
SHBKP AND LAM IIS Receipts, 10,000
head; market lOo lower: Colorado lambs.
$S.2j44i.C5; wethors, $5.00Q6.8O; ewes, $4.50
SI. I, mils Live MtocU Mnrkel.
ST. iXWIS. Jan. 27.-CATTLB Re
ceipts, 0,200 head. Including 2,100 Texans:
market steady; clK'Ico to lino steers. $8.75
fill). 10: dresMed beef and butcher steers,
$5.607.10; storkcrH and reeders, $5. 215.75:
cowh nntl helfors. $S.50ii8.00; bulls, $3.6V(J
0.f; calves, $.004(8.85: Texas and Okla
homa HteerH, $.1.506.7O; cowh and heifers,
HOGS Receipts, 12,000 head: market
htrady; pigs nnd lights, $6.60flC5.70; mined
and butchers. $7.45f7.(H; good heavy, $7 50
SHBBP AND IAM US Receipts, 3.100
brad; market 15c to 25o lower; muttons,
$5.0CI6.00; yenrllngs. $7.O0Q8.O0; lambs,
Slock In Mull I.
HecelptH of llvo stock at the fire prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Kansas City ..
4, GOO 3,500
39,500 S(,300 53,300
Ml. Joarpli Live Stock Markrt,
ST. JOSBPH. Jan. 27. CATTLE lir.
ceipts, 1,200 head; market steady; steers,
$6.75Tf9.36; cows and heifers, $3.754i7."5;
HOGS Receipts, 4,000 head; market
low: top, $7.35; bulk of sales, $7.257.35.
8HBF7P AND LAMBS Receipts. 3,i0t
head; market steady; lambs, tH.lQUtHM
NBW YORK. Jan. 27.-SUGAR-Ra w.
nominal; Muscovado, 89 test. 2.98c; centrlf.
ucal, 96 test, 3.48c; molasses sugar, 89
test, 2.73c; refined, steady,
OMAHA (iUNCllAL MAIIKBT.
RUTTKR-No. 1, 1-lb, carton, 34e; No.
1, fiO-lb. tubs, 33"ic; No. 2, 32c.
CHBESB-imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri
can Swiss, S6c; .block Swiss, 2tc; twins.
19a; daisies, 19c; . .trlp'ets. 19c; Young
Americas, 21c; blue label brick, 19c; Um
berger, 2-lb., 21c; Mb., S2o; New, York
HBKF CUT PRICKS-Wholesale pricnn
of beef cuts effective January 20. are an
follows: No. 1 ribs. 20Hc; No. 3, 164oj
No. 3. U4o. No. 1 loins. 22c; No. 2, Uoj
No, 3. le. No. 1 chucks. 9ttc; No. 5,
8c; No, 3, SUc. No. 1 rounds, Uc: No.
2. JUic; No. 3, 10ic. No. 1 plates. SJicj
No. 2, 7Hc; No, 3. 7u.
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