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folders Get Tired Waiting for a
Rise and Sell Out Early
*AAt' i Today.
SS& Gold Wave Prediction Has No
EffectAustralia Ships
'Very Heavily.
Gain of 250,000 Ru in Minneapolis
Elevator Stocks for One
.If" Day.
ffe Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 20.
& Wneat went lower again today, and the- bulls
baft ft bard time of it. The market was not
W solamca a declining one from pressure of sales
Sfr'as" wearing-away market. Holders became
pi tired of waiting for the rise that did not come.
S~ Today there was the report of a cold wave for
II, pMUgbt, and the bulls tried to make something
W nt of it, but they could do little. Australia
W Shipped a big lot of wheat, 1,584,000 hu. New
te Yor sent word of the
saledemand
%f ffff1*k
wwtm&gmi^'Wi ft
1%
of
200,000d
bu oats
barley of good corn an of the
|r- taMtbablUty of some business In wheat, but it
g aid no effect. Later It was resorted that for
5gnexs were reoflering durum wheat in New
$ KrkT Primary receipts today were 619,000 bu
V*. esainat 672,000. Minneapolis stocks Increased
if 886,000 bu for the week, which makes the present
I total 14,662,064. The Increase for one day since
figuring up the report is 250,000 bu, indicating
5* a-food gain for next week. Receipts here were
flw can against 435 a year ago. Duluth got
ff against 45 and the Chicago comparison was
SL SUA 20. 'Winnipeg received 106 cars compared
*-C WtJa 91, and in the southwest there was the
|i tesnpsrison of 61,000 bu and 46,000 at St. Louis
&A 78.000 and 88,000 at Kansas City. Broom-
s- lull estimates that the world's wheat shipments
Car Monday next will be about 8,800,000 bu, of
install quantity Europe will take about 7,200,000
no. The actual shipments last week, were 8,656,-
000 bu, and those of a year ago 7,TJ66,000 bu.
Arrivals of breadstuffs into the United Kingdom
during the past week will aggregate about
8,600,000 bu. He predicts that there will be
moderate changes in the opwntity of breadstuffs
en passage.
H. V. Jones, In the Commercial West: "The
mere the wheat situation is studied the more
dear It becomes that it will require the offer
ings from Argentina and the development of
dsought In India to determine whether wheat is
~fe decline or advance during the early spring
$a view ot the contradictory reports from Ar
gentine it will probably require the measure of
Offerings in Europe to bring Europe to a decision
as to her wheat policy whether it will be neces
sary to make purchases in the United States.
That necessity will hinge, in turn, upon the out
come In India, where there is a serious drought,
but an increased acreage of wheat.
"Canada has about 80 000,000 more to spare.
Any tendency in Europe to advance price would
i be met by an advancing market here, so that it
W a question whether the two would get together
r whether they would continue to keep apart,
as at present. It will require, apparently, a
necessity in the case of European countries to
force them to buy largely American breadstuffs
from now on: hence it is useless to discuss the
pros and cons until perhaps' 30 days pass, when
the Argentina pressure can be measured to
tome extent.
"The third factor that will develop will be the
spring seeding in Russia, which will be either
for or against the price. It is argued as a
general proposition that Russia will not be able
TO seed her former area -of wheat, owing to dls
turbances. On the other hand, calculations on
Russia have proven so uncertain that It may
develop quite the contrary. The situation, as we
see it, is one of waiting.
THE FLOUR MARKET
BTILL NO CHANGE IN THE GENERAL SIT-
UATIONA FAIR DOMESTIC BUSINESS.
The market closed easier today, but un
changed. A further decline in wheat would
probably affect the flour list, but as yet prices
are quotably the same, despite the weakness.
There is a fair domestic demand reported.
Shipments, 36,076 barrel*,
First patents are quotable, at $4 [email protected]| sec
ond patents. $4 80@4 40 first uears, 43.60
8 60 second clears. ?2-45@2 53
THE CASH TRADE
GOOD DEMAND AND GENERALLY STRONG
PRICES TODAY.
FLAXReceipts, 49 cars against 20 ears last
year shipments, 17 cars Duluth, 4(1 can. dos
ing prices: Minneapolis, cash, $1.13 to arrive,
81.18- A good demand from shippers and crush
ers at 4%@6c under Duluth May,
OATSNo. 3 white oats closed at 29%c. Re
ceipts. 47 cars, shipments, 49 cars. Shippers
and elevators are good buyers at ruling prices,
which are firmly held.
CORNNo. 8 yellow corn closed at 87%c. Re
ceipts, 13 cars shipments, 18 cars. Feed mills
are the best buyers and taking everything offered
that is good.
FEED AND COARSE MEALCoarse oorsmeal
and cracked corn, in sacks, sacks extra, $14.50
14.76 No. 1 ground feed, 2-3 corn and 1-8 oats,
80-lb sacks, saoks extra, [email protected]: No. 2
around feed, corn and oats, 80-lb saoks,
iaeks extra, [email protected] No. 8 ground feed,
l-8"eorn and 2-3 oats, 70-lb sacks, sacks extra,
$16@16 26.
MILLSTUFFSBran In bulk, $14.60014.751
shorts, [email protected] middlings, 31T
red dog, $19.60@20, all Minneapa
SOO-lb sacks, $1 per ton additional ii
acka, $1.50 per ton additional. Shipments,
1,870 tone.
RYENo. 2 closed at 6268%a. Receipts, 6
ar shipments, 8 cars.
BARLEYFeed grades closed at 87@88c
malting grades, 39@47c. Receipts, 49 oars
shipments, 64 cars. The demand is first-class
and market is strong and higher, malting up a
cent and feed %ftl higher.
HAYTimothy, choice, $9.60 No. 1, $8.50
8: timothy, No. 2, $7@7 50: timothy, No. 8, $6
-6.60 mixed, $6@7 upland, Choice, $8.50
Splend. No. 1, $7 50@8 No. 2, $6 607 No. 3,
t5@6( midland, $5.50(316.50 rye straw, [email protected]
flat straw, $8.5004.50 packing hay, $3.60@4
clever, $5(3)7. Receipts. 200 tons.
$lTilT.50
ineanolis ip
1 I 100-lb
CASH SALES REPORTED TODAY,
No. 1 hard wheat, 5 cars $0-88%
No. 1 hard wheat, 11 cars... .88
No. 1 northern wheat, 55 cars .82%
No. 1 northern wheat, 2 cars .82%
"0. 1 northern wheat,8 care............. .82%
1 northern wheat, 1 car.............. .82%
f. ft northern wheat, 32 cars. 80%
2 northern wheat, 21 cars..., .80%
2 northern wheat, 8 cars........ 80
2 northern wheat, 9 cars 80%
Nb. 3 wheat, 2 cars .78%
No. 3 wheat, 8 cars .78%
ftp. 8 wheat, 5 cars 78%
No. 8 wheat, 14 cars. 78
N-o. 3 wheat, 5 cars .77%
No. 8 wheat, 5 cars 77%
No. 3 wheat, 1 car, choice 79
$0. 8 wheat, 2 cars 79
No 8 wheat, 2 car 77%
So...
8 wheat, lcar...... 77
4 wheat, 4 cars..... .76
No. 4 wheat, 4 cars 76
No. 4 wheat, 3 cars 77
No. 4 wheat, 1 car 76%
No. 4 wheat, 1 oar 77%
No. 4 wheat, 7 cars .74
No -4 wheat, 1 car 75%
Rejected wheat, 2 cars .78%
Rejected wheat, 2 cars .76
Rejected wheat, 1 car, smut 78
Rejecte wheat, 2 cars .77%
Sejected
elected wheat, 2 cars 77
wheat, car .76
Rejected wheat, 6 cars 76%
Rejected wheat, 2 cars .78
.lEejected wheat, 1 car 74
'go. 8 corn, 1 car .37%
No grade corn, 1 car .37
%o grade corn, 2 cars 37%
No grade corn. 2 cars 36
2rye, 1 car 63&
.64 .60 .60 .29% .29^ .29% .28* .29
29%
fe 2 rye, 1 car
No 8 rye, 1 car
No. 8 rye, 84 sacks
No. 2 white oats, 1 car
3 white oats, 4 cars
3 white oats, 1 car......
No. 4 white oats, 8 cars
No. 4 white oats, 1 car....,
No. 4 white oats, 1 car.......
No. 3 oats. 1 car 28%
ifo. 3 oats, 3 cars 28%
io. 3 oats, 1 car, black 27%
Ifo grade oats, 1 car 28
'ifo. 4 bartej, 3 cars 43
No. 4 barley, 1 car 42
No. 4 barley, 1 car 45
No. 4 barley, 1 car 39%
No. 4 barley, 1 car 40%
Np. 4 barley, 1 car .41
NJB. 4 barley, 1 car 42VJ
St
^^rtrtii'|'Pi'i*ijigiiim i
Saturday Eve
.JHayJVTEeaC Down to 84k Closing at 347gc
PW7
Open.
S .84%
RANGE OF WHEAT PRICED* MINNEAPOLIS
High. !w
May.... $ .84%85 S .84%
July... .88% .86%% f/^6|
Minneapolis Oats
May .-..**rf*
yr
TODAY'S RANGE IN WHEAT
Minneapolis Options.
Chicago Options.
cpa jflso ||aa tfe lis
jC/iGO.
|s
DAILY WHEAT MOVEMENT.
The following are the receipts and shipments
at the principal primary wneat markets.
Receipts, Shipments,
Totals ..14,662,064
Increase 865,300
Corn MM
Oats 6,245,011
Barley 1,686,049
Rye 184,634
Flax 2,610,688
Provided
Barley strong. Send Mall Samples for Quotations.
Close.
Today.
.84%
CLOSING CASH PRICES
On TrackNo. 1 hard. 82%c No, 1 northern, 82%c No. 2 northern, 80%c: No. 8
wheat, 77%@78%o durum, 69@73c No. 3 white oats, 29%o No. 2 rye. 6263%c No.
1 northern to arrive, 82%o No. 2 northern to arrive, 80%c No. 1 flax, $1.13 No. 3
yellow corn, 87%c barley, S7o to 47o.
MAY
Wqng*
W*
~3vuZ
jfiU/JW- rv-A^
No. 4 barley, 1 car.... .48%
No. 1 feed barley, 4 cat*...........** .40 .38% .89
.41
.42
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car...........-*,..
No. 1 feed barley, 4 cars. *.._..,....
No 1 feed barley, 1 car..,...........
No. 1 feed barley, 2 cars...............
No 2 feed barley, 1 car
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car
No. 2 feed barley, 2 cars..............
No grade barley, 2 oars.,............... .87
No grade barley, 2 oars................. .87%
No. 1 flaxseed, 2 cars..........*.,... 1.12
No. 1 flaxseed, 2 cars.............. 1.12%
No. 1 flaxseed, 4 cars. 1.11
No. 1 flaxseed, 2 cars................... 112%
No. 1 flaxseed, part car. 1.11%
No. 1 flaxseed, 5 cars.......... tr
S.20.
Bushels.
New York 26,000
Philadelphia 2,400
Baltimore 18,178
Toledo 6,000
Detroit .....k.t-.t.tr..... 700
St. Louis 68.000
Boston 86,389
Chicago 27,000
Milwaukee 25,520
Duluth .......,..i..
Bushels,
69,531
16,000 82,000
1,100
48,606 96,808 23,486
3,520
TI(M 96,788
Minneapolis 861,450
Kansas City 60,000
18,796,764
1,867,917
216,029
6,864,447
1/724,816
212,774
-sv 175,7-76
2,526.511
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS, JAN. 19.
ReceivedWheat, 865 cars, 351,450 bu vorn,
18,728 bu: oats, 76,140 bu barley, 51,430 bu
ryo, 5,340 bu flax, 62,430 bu flour, 1,609 brls
millstuffs, 81 tons hay, 200 tons carlots, 447.
ShippedWheat, 69 cars, 68,810 bu com,
17,100 bu oats, 77,910 bu barley, 72,960 bu
rye, 6,360 bu flax, 19,560 bu flour, 36,076 brls
millstuffs, 1,270 tons linseed oil, 480,000 lbs
oil cake, 688,000 lbs carlots, 469.
WHEAT RECEIPTS BY ROADS, JAN, 19.
ReceiptsCars^Milwaukee, 89, Omaha, 12
St. Louis, 18 Great Northern, 170} Northern
Pacific. 16 Soo Line, 100 Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific, 5.
The manager of a theatrical company
stated in a London court the other day,
in the case of a singer who -had sued
him, that the singer's voice had disap
pointed him at Hfracombe, but he had
given him another trial in London, be
cause "London audiences are the easi
est pleased in the -world.''
Alfred V. Falfcman is having a two
story combination flat and Dusiness
building erected at Grand avenue and
East Taylor street that will not be
with a single key for its many
oors. Every lock will be keyless and
operated with a combination lock.
Portland Oregonian.
London pays about $8,000,000 a year
to keep criminals in check that being
the sum paid out for her police courts,,
prisons and prosecuting officers.
"Hamlet" was the first play Sir Henry Irving
saw as a boy Samuel Phelps was in thp title
role Some time afterward Phelps was per
suaded to listen to a recitation by Irvine, and.
after praising the young man, the celebrated ac
tor give him this characteristic advice: "Young
man, have nothing to do with the stage it is a
bad profession."
C. C.WYMAN S COiengagednlingi.tanThe,meno.o
GRAIN COMMISSION. MINNEAPOLIS.
Year Ag
CIOM./?
Yesterday.
.S .85%
86%%" .86%% 1.10
.29% .29
THE DAY'S REPORTS
-May Wheat-
Close. Close.
Today. Yesterday.
Minneapolis _.. ...."$ .84%. S .86%
Chicago 87%% .87%%
Duluth i 85 .85%
St. Louis .85% .85%
Kansas City 79%% .79%%
New York .91% .91%
Winnipeg 80% .80%
-1* i*
-July Wheat-
Close.
Today.-
$ .86%%
.84%
.86 82%%
.76%@77
.89%
.81%
Close
Yesterday.
8 .86%% 84% .87%
.82% .77@77% .89%
.81%
fV
CHICAGO GRAIN
WEAKNESS IK WHEAT MARKET) FIRMNESS
IN CORN OATS STEADY.
Chicago, Jan. 20.Active selling by pit trad
ers and commission houses caused weakness
today in the wheat market. May opened %3)%
to %o lower, at 86%@87%c. and sold at 87%
@87%c. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago re
ported receipts of 454 cars, against 439 cars last
week and 441 cars one year ago.
The market developed a steadier tone during
the last half of the session, but prices showed
but little change. The high point for May
was reached at 87%@87%c. There was
Wheat May
Opening 87%@86%
Highest
SJ .37
.1.13
No. 2 durum wheat, 2 cars........... .66
No. 3 durum wheat, 8 cars.............. .67
No 8 durum wheat, 1 car............... .67%
No. 2 durum wheat, 1 car .68%
No. 4 durum wheat, 1 car,.........,,..., .65%
No. 4 durum wheat, 1 car.....,.,...t... ,66
No. 1 durum wheat, 1 car............... .73
TOTS AND CALLS.
2 p.m. report:
PutsMay wheat, 84% a.
CallsMay wheat, 86%.
CurbMay wheat, 84%o.
STATE GRAIN INSPEOTION JAN 19.
Inspected InWheatCarsGreat Northern
No, 1 hard, 16 No. 1 northern, 2T: No. 2 north
ern, 48 No. 8, 66 No. 4, 17j rejected, 11 no
grade, 3.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. PaulNo. 1 north
ern, 2 No. 2 northern, 8 No. 8, 4 No. 4, 6
rejected, 5.
Minneapolis & St. LouisNo. 1 northern, 8
No. 2 northern, 6 No. ft, 4.
goo LineNo, 1 hard, 7 No. 1 northern, 7}
No. 2 northern, 14 No. 8, 8 No. 4, 7 reject
ed, 8.
Northern PacificWo. 1 northers, 6 No. 2
northern, 65 No. 8, 8.
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis s Omaha*No.
1 northern, 3 No. 2 northern, 1 No. 8, 2
No. 4, 9 rejected,
TotalNo. 1 hard, 22 No. 1 northern, 48?
No. 2 northern, 82: No. 8, 76 No. 4, 89 re
jected, 20 no grade, 2.
Oilier Grains Inspected InCarsNo. 1 durum
wheat, 8 No 2 4urum wheat, 2 N6. 8 durum
wheat, 6 mixed wheat, 1 No. 8 yellow corn, 1
No. 4 corn, 8: no grade corn, 7, No. 8 white
oats, 12, No. 4 white oats, 10 No. 8 oats, 20
No. 2 rye, 4$ No. 8 rye, 1, No. 4 barley, 4
No. 1 feed barley, No. 2 feed barley, 11
no grade feed barley, 8 No. 1 northwestern
flax, 19 No. 1 flax, 20 rejected flax, 6 no
grade flax, 2.
Inspected OutCarsNo. 1 durum wheat, Tj
No. 2 durum wheat, 2: No. 4 durum wheat, 8
No. 1 northern wheat, 25 No. 2 northern wheat,
9: No. 8 wheat, 14 No. 4 wheat, 6 rejected
wneat, 4: no grade wheat, 1 No, 8 white oats,
17 No. 4 white oats, 9 No, 8 oats, 8 no grade
oats, 1 No. 4 barley, 9: No. 1 feed barley, 2
No. 2 feed barley, 1 No. 1 northwestern" flax.
It No. 1 flax, 2.
a
fair demand from shorts and commission houses.
The close was steady, with May %c lower, at
87%887%o
Cash wheat. No. 2 red, 88@90c No. 8 red.
85@89c No. 2 hard, S3@86c No. 3 hard, 81
84c: No. 1 northern, 86@88c No. 2 northern,
84@87c No. 8 spring, 80@85c.
CloseWheat, May, 874@87%c July, 84%p.
Wet weather thruout the middle west im
parted strength to the corn market. May%pened
unchanged at 46%e and advanced to 46%c. Lo
cal receipts were 270 Cars, with 14 of contract
grade. The market remained firm thruout the
day. May closed %c higher at 46%c.
Cash corn, No. 2, 42%c No. 3, 42%c.
ClassCorn, May, 46%c July, 45%c.
Small receipts and continued good demand from
exporters held the oats market steady May
opened a shade lower at 32o, sold ofl* to 31%c
and then advanced to 82% c. Local receipts
were 160 can.
Cash oats, No. 2, 81c No, 3, 80%c.
CloseOats, May, 82%c July, 30%@30%c.
The following was the range of prices.
July.
84%@84% 84% S414
87%@87% 86% Lowest
Close
Today Yesterday
Year ago
Corn
Opening Highest Lowest Close
Today Yesterday Year ago
Oats
Opening 82
Highest 82%
Lowest 81%32
Close
Today 82%
Yesterday 82 82%
Year ago 80%@30%
87%@87%
87%l87%
.1.14%
46%
45% 46%
n.Hmii,l
SO%30%
DULUTH GRAIN, Jan. 20.Flax suffered
another sharp break today, selling off 2c fori' 8,800
May to $117, after which it improved, to
$1.18%. The close was %c off again. Busi
ness was heavy part of the session, but the
tone was dull. _A good deal of short cover
ing was done. Wheat was weaker but showed
a net decline for the day of but %c. It was
dull and lifeless. ReceiptsWheat, 80 cars
flax, 48 oats, 18 barley, 10. ShipmentsOats,
4,400 bu. CloseWheat, cash, No. 1 northern.
82%c No. 2 northern 80%o May, 86c: July,
86c durum unchanged .lax, cash, $1.14% May,
Sctober,
l.l$%, July, Sl.l%, September, $1.19%
$1.16% oats, 29%c.
NEW YORK FLOUR AND GRAIN, Jan. 20.
Flour, receipts, i7,379 brls sales, 1,206 brig
steady but quiet Minnesota patents, $4,506
winter straights," $8.90@4 Minnesota 'bakers,
$3.60(98.90 winter extras, $2.85(33 25 winter
atents, [email protected] winter low gra -s, $2.75
Wheat, receipts, 25,000 bu sa.es, 600,000
bu lower Liverpool cables, weakness in outside
markets and liquidation were responsible for the
decline at the opening later there was a partial
recovery on covering May, 91%@91 7-ldc^July,
89%3)8 18-160. Rye nominal No. 2 western,
75e fob New York. Corn, receipts, 185,250 bu
dull and no transactions.
-MILWAUKEE FLOUR AND GRAIN, Jan. 20.
Flour, steady. Wheat, steady: No. 1 north
ern, 85%@86c No, 2 northern, 8484%c: May,
87%o bid. Rve, strong No. 2, 69%o. Barley,
steady No. 2, 54%660 sample, 38%@54%o.
Oats, steady standard, 82%@88e. Corn, un
steady May, 48%c asked.
WheatPuts. 87o bid, calls. 87%o.
CornCalls, 45%c asked.
WINNIPEG GRAIN, Jan. 20.January wheat
opened at 76%c, and closed at 76%c February
at 77c, closed at 77%c May at 80%c, closed at
80%c July 81%c, closed at 80%c. Cash close:
No. 1 northern, 77c No. 2 northern, 74%c
No. 8 northern, 72%c No. 2 white oats, 32 %c
No. 8 barley, 36c No. 1 flax. $1.10. Receiptst
Wheat, 169 cars last year, 84 cars.
ST. LOUIS GRAIN. Jan. 20.CloseFutures
weak cash firm: No. 2 red, casta, elevator, 91(21
84c track 94%@96%c
May,c
83%c No. 2 hard, 83@fi
68,8i6
55,000
GRAIN IN REGULAR LOCAL ELEVATORS.
Week ending Week ending
Wheat Jan. 20. Jan. 13.
No. 1 hard 716,561 637,811
No. 1 northern.....,., 8,026,708 7,608.036
All other grades....... 6,918,798 5,507,917
85%c July, 82%
6% Corn firm No
oash, 42c track, 42%$48a May, 48%Q48%e
July, 43%c. Oats, futures, steady cash wheat,
No. 2 cash, 31c: track, 31%c May, 81%c No.
2 white. 82% (2880.
LIVERPOOL GRAIN. Jan. 26.Wheat, spot
steady No. 2 red western winter, 6s 7d. Fu
tures dull January, nominal March, 7s May,
6s lOd. Corn, spot American mixed, new, easy,
4s 2%d American mixed, old, quiet, 4s 8%d.
Futures quiet January, 4s 2%d March, 4s 3d,
May, 4s 8%d.
CHICAGO COARSE GRAIN AND SEEDS, Jan.
20.RyeCash, 67%c May, 70@71c. Flax-v
Cash, northwestern, $1.14% western, $108
May, $1.17. TimothyMarch, $8.45. Clov*
Cash, $18.25. BarleyCash, S8@54c.
SPEOUJLATXVE GOSSIP
A Liverpool house cables: Wheat declining in
sympathy with American advices. Corn quiet
but rather steadier.
Paris close. Wheat %e lower to %e higher.
Flour quiet, unchanged to %c lower.
Liverpool closing cable: Wheat %@%d lower.
Coin unchanged.
Budapest close %c higher.
Antwerp unchanged.
Some buying of wheat in Chicago on prediction
of cold wave.
Provisions firm without much doing.
Corn and oats dull and featureless.
Australian wheat snipments, 1,584,000 bu.
Weather map shows scattered snows in the
northwest, with seasonable temperatures. Very
mild elsewhere and cloudy.
New York wired' "160,000 hu oats and 100,.
000 bu barley taken for export."
London quotes Calcutta linseed %e lower: La
Platta, l%c lower. Antwerp quotes La Platta
Linseed l%c lower.
Bradstreet's says general lack of snow cover
ing reported thruout winter wheat belt, ren
dering plants susceptible to sudden changes
if followed "by severe cold weather.
Baltimore clearances, 567,000 bu of corn.
New York wired* "Good demand for oats and
barley. France taking, barley."
ChicagoCountry acceptances of corn are a
little larger than heretofore, but are still light.
Country acceptances of oats are larger than
those of corn.
The northwest weather: HiUsboro, cloudy,
strong north wind, 5 below Osakis, calm, mild,
light snow during night Hunter, snowing and
blizzarding, strong northwest wind Comstock,
cloudy, strong northwest wind, snow, blowing
hard, St."Cloud, cloudy, calm and light rain and
snow, 34 above, JDuluth, cloudy, 30 above, mist
ing Red Wing, cloudy, raining, 34 above May
vllle, storming, about 10 above Winnipeg, snow
ing and blowing hard, 2 below Fargo, cloudy,
cold Grand Forks, snowing and blowing, been
at it since 12 o'clock last night
Mrs. Jefferson Davis, wife of the
president of the Southern Confederacy,
still keeps her residence in New York,
altho she goes south during the winter
months. Mrs. Davis is now 81 years old
and very feeble, altho not ill.
The first Jewish services ever held in
British East Africa were held on Tom
Kippur at the Masonic hall of Nairobi,
and resulted in the formation of a con
gregation. There are about thirty Jews
in the protectorate, most of fhem en
gaged i dairy farming
Severa young Clyde, Paf
near Philadelphia have been engaged
catchin shipping frogs to the
city market business pays those
from $5 $9 a day. From
sixty to 180 pounds of frogs' legs'can
Bom83T&
EifiLf TURK ft
FURIOUSL ACTIV E
xraiBi4^TJATy is lit PE-
FEEBED SELLS UP TO 113.
Effervescence Gives Way to Quick Re
action and Realizing Becomes Gen-
eralFavorable 'Bank Statement
Fails to Prevent SellingThe Close
Is Irregular.
New fork, Jan. 20.There were congested
buying orders In the stock market leaders at
the opening today and violent advances in
some of the specialties. Two thousand shares of
United States Steel preferred sold at 112 to
112%, compared with 111% last night, and the
price rose further to 113. Anaconda sold at an
advance of 9, Pacific Coast 1%, St. Paul and
Atlantic Coast Line 1%, Reading, Great North
ern preferred, Amalgamated Copper, Minneapolis,
St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie and Sugar a point
and Brooklyn Transit and Smelting large frac
tions.
The effervescence of many stocks led''to quick
reaction!, which affected the whole maiket by
sympathy and realizing became quite general.
Anaconda surrendered 11 of its 12-point rise,
Reading fell back 2% after a 4-polnt Jump,
United States Steel preferred 1% of a 2-polnt
rise, Great Northern preferred and Northern Pa
cific the same proportion of a 2%-point rise,
while^ Smelting and Lead were carried a point
below last night and Amalgamated Copper, the
Pacifies and some others a fraction below.
Northern Pacific gained 2, Federal Mining pre
ferred 1% and Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault
Ste. Marie preferred and Hide & Leather pre
fened 1. Colorado Fuel lost 1%. Prices ral
lied ant) trading subsided on the furious activity
of the first halt hour.
The demand was much restricted from the
early rate of absorption and prices dragged.
The bank statement was regarded as favorable,
but renewed realizing followed its appearance.
St. Paul rose 8%, the preferred 4%, Twin City
Rapid Transit 1%, and Federal Mining 12, but
Colorado Fuel was carried down from last night's
level 2%, Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha and Pullman 2, Kansas city Southern,
Long Island and American Express 1% and
Amalgamated Copper, Tennessee Coal, General
Electric, Chesapeake & Ohio and Canada South
ern 1. The trading became very active again.
In the final dealings Anaconda slumped to 10
points below last night and the closing In
consequence was rather Irregular.
CloseWheat, May, 91%c, July, 80%c. Corn,
January, C5c May, 61%c July, 51%c.
Stock quotations reported for The Journal by
Watson & Co., brokers. Chamber of Commerce,
Minneapolis. Closing prices are bid.
Sales.) Stocks High- est.
8,5001Am. Car
800 do pr.......
7,400 Am. Locomot..
2001 do pr
l,300|Am. Woolen..
200| do pr I 105 104%,| 104%|
8,200
800
6,600
800
12,000
400
74,600
46% 45%
44%@44%
Am. Linseed..
do pr.
Am. Sugar...
do pr
Am. Smelting
do pr
Amal. Copper.
Close
Bid. I Bid.
Jan.20Jan.19
29
68
28% 51%
Jf -WW-***.*
dolst'pr&v
tfo^ pr.,..
Gen/ Electric.
Gt."N0r., pr..
Illinois Cent.,
Iowa Central.
do pr
Inter. Paper.,
do pr
E. C. & South
do pr
Louis. & Nash
Soo Line
do pr
Manhattan
Met. St. Ry
606
200 460
27#
152
140% 173%
ii
114%
295
P5,500lAna. Chopper.
10,400lAt. T. & S. F.
800 do pr-
10,800
200
12,400
200
Bait. & Ohio.
do pr
Brook. R.
Can. Scith..
80%
OTHER. GRAIN MARKETS
6,400|Can. Pacific.
4,700
200
200
Ches. & Ohio.
Chic .& Alton.
do pr
Corn Products
do pr.
Ohl. Gr. West.
do pr A
do pr B.....
C.C.O. & St.L.
Chi. Term
do pr
Col. F. & I...
CoL Southern,
do 1st pr...
Consol. Ga*.
Del. & Hud.
200
6,400
100
2,100
600 700 300
17,600
11,300
800
600
1,300
200 DeL L. & W.
1,006
300 400DU..8.S. ft At
200.
l70tf Erie
Den. & Rio G.
do pr
150%
139% 171% 127%
118%
273 I
5%
103% 116%
98% 96%
69%
176%
60% 33% 80 17 56%
28 78% 88%
107%
17
41 72% 36
71%
172% 226
470
46
90 22
43% 60%
-82%
76
178%
24# 180
Itfj-Ti 127%
111%
J%
7,500
2,500
800 200
1,400
200
2,200
200
6,000
700 200
600
8,100
826% 826%
*83%
62%
,25%
l.lOOIMet. Securities
200 Minn. & St.
11,200
1,900 1,400
8,600Mex.
200
8,100
200 800
1,600
14,100
900
5.900
300
25% 88
33^6
65 64% 64%
156%
161% 181% 160%
125%
Tl% 82%
155% 160% 181
156
124
71%
82
105
89 78% 26 67%
91%
105
165% 160% 181 160%
124%
71% 82
105
Mo. Pacific....} 106%
M., K. & T... 40
do pr
Central..
Nat. Biscuit..
Nat. Lead....
do pr
Norfolk & W
73% 28 68
93
105H
North Am. Co.| 105%1 105 105%| 105%
Northern Pac.
North-W. N. Y. Central.
Omaha
do pr
Ontario & W..
Pressed Steel.
Pacific Mall...
Penn. R. R..
People's Gas..
llOlOOJReading
200 do 1st pr..
2,900 do 2d pr
900Repub. Steel.
1,600 do pr
3,300 Rock Island..
600 do pr
61,700 St. Paul
27,500 Southern Pac.
8,800 Southern Ry
300 do pr 1 102'
l,400|Tenn Coal & IJ 160
209% 236%
155% 193%
4,400
1,500
800
42,700
200
1,900 Texas
6,200
66,600
2.300
47,900 62,700
8,200 2,400 8,500
160
208% 236% 154%
192
195
54% 62% 50%
146% 100% 157%
95
100
36%
107%
24% 62%
190%
70
39%
102
159
%m
121k 1589
56^
45T/j
112V
24
47$ 54V
114
93
82i
64% 62% 60%
O. T..
Union Pac
U. S. Rubber
XT. S. Steel...
do pr
Wabash
do pr
Va. Chemical,
do pr
Western Union
4001Wis. Central..
3001 do pr 61%'
Total sales, 891.200.
62ft Chicago Great Western. 28^6 Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul, 191 De BeersT 18
Denver & Rio Grande, 47% Denver &
Grande preferred, 92% Erie, 61% Brie first
preferred, &1% Erie second preferied, 78 nii
nols Central, 184 Louisville A Nasvllle, 160
Missouri, Kansas Se Texas, 41% New York
Central, 159% Norfolk & Western, 91 Norfolk
& Western preferred, 96 Ontario & Western,
08% Pennsylvania, 74% Rand Mines, 7%
Reading, 80, Reading first preferred, 49 Read
ing second preferred, 60 Southern Railway,
40% Southern Railway preferred, 105 Sou th
em Pacific, 71% Union Pacific, 162%/ Union
Pacific preferred, 101 United States Steel, 47%
United States Steel preferred, 114% Wabash,
24% Wabash preferred, 48%. Bar silver,
steady, 30%d per ounce. Money, 8%
@4 per cent. The Tate ot discount in the
open market for short bills is 8% per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market tor
three months' bills is 3%@3% per cent.
'ARIZONA COPPERS.
55% 62%
61
146%
100% 155%
95
100
86%
107%
24% 62%
19
Pac
145%
101 164%
5%
100%
eii
ACTIVE BONDS AND CURB STOCKS.
Quotations to close, Jan. 20.
American Tobacco 4s, 82 bid 82% asked.
American Tobacco 6s, 115%, 116.
Oregon Short Line 4s, 97 bid, 97% asked.
Rock Island 4s, 79%.
Japanese late, 100)
Japanese 2ds, 100.
Japanese 4%s, 95, 94%, 95, 94%.
Japanese second 4s, 91%, 92, 91%.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 4e, 101%.
United States Steel 5a, 99%, 99%, 99%.
Northern Pacific 4s, 105% bid, 106% asked.
Union Pacific convertibles, 188.
Baltimore & Ohio 4s, 104% bid, 104% asked.
Boston Copper, 32.
United Copper, 65%.
Utah Copper, 38.
Greene Copper, 29% bid, 29% asked.
Black Mountain, 12% asked.
Southern Railway 5s, 118 bid, 118% asked.
Union Pacific 4s, .106% bid, 108% asked.
Rook Island 6s, 90.
Tin Can common, 11% bid. 12% asked.
Tin Can "preferred, 70% bid, 71 asked.
Granby, 9% bid, 10 asked.
Intefboro, 236 bid, 236 asked.
North Butte, 89 bid, 90 asked
Reading 4s, 102 bid, 102% asked
Baltimore & Ohio 8%s, 94% bid, 95 asked.
Atchison 4s, 103% bid, 103% asked.
Atlantic 4s, ,101% bid, 102 asked.
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS, Jan. 20.Closing
quotations: Adventure, 5%3)6 Alloues, 45%@
45% Arcadian, 4%(25 Arnold, 1%@1% Atlan
tic. 26%@26% Bingham, 34%@84% Black
Mountain, 12@12% Calumet & Pittsburg, 36
37 _Centennial, 29%@30% Consolidated Mercur,
Copper Range Con 85% Daly West,
Dominion Steel, 9% 09% East Butte,
2%@2% Elm River. 17%@18 Granby, 10
10% Greene Con, 29%@29% Isle Royale 26%
27% Keweenaw, lS%ft18^, Lake Superior &
Pittsburg,.49@50% MffiW,' U%@11%, Michigan,
16%@16% Mohawk,, 5j% North Butte,\8@
89% Old Dominion, 40#U% Osceola, 103@104
Parrot, 42%@42%, Phoenix, 14@14% Pittsburg
& Duluth, 25% asked Pneumatic Service, 16%
17, Pneumettc Service preferred. 37%@38
Quincy. 111@112 Rhode Island, 7%(28 Santa
Fe. 2%@2% Stsnnotf Copper Co., 6%@6%
Swif: A Co, 102%@1023k Tamarack, 107 Te
cumseh. 14%@14% TeSntSfink, 49% asked
Trinity, 10@10% United CoppeV-Co 84% (3)65
United States Mining. 63%@53% Utah, 66%
a t%@8 W,9lyer- 67 Victoria, 7%@7% Winona
lne, 182@134 Wyandot. 1%@2.
LONDON CLOSING STOCKS, Jan. 20.-
sols for money, 89 13-16 consols for account,
89 13-16 Anaconda 14% Atchison, 98% Atcbi-
5 & r^\$#%jS*ffi^^ ^^mt^xmM^^J^bSSJS!^
The S4 assessment on the Werien was paid
today. It has increased the price of this stock
that amount. The market remains stationary
with very little doing either why. As a general
rule this condition results In lower orices-
Chiricahua Dev. Co..
Denn-Arisona 24.00
Black Mountain 1200
Helxetia 6 00
Belen 45 00
Keweenaw 17 00
Bast Butte 9 60
Noun Butte 88.50
thru
out the list and it probably will In this case.
There was a rumor afloat yesterday afternoon
that the Calumet & Pittsburg, Hoatson shaft,
had encountered ore. but this has been denied.
Helvetia stockholders are feeling very much
elated o^er the discovery of ore between the
fifth and sixth levels as this is good sulphite ore
and is needed to mtx with the carbonate ores
which they have already uncovered. We look
for a better market nest week.
Quotations at 1 p.m.:
Bid.
Calumet & Arliona $121 00
Calumet & Pittsburg 35 50
Lake Superior & Pittsburg.... 48 00
Pittsburg & Duluth 25 00
Junction 27.00
American Dev. Co 1600
Wairen Dev. Co 13.50
Manhattan Dev Co....J.
Asked.
$122 50
88 00
50.00 26 00
27.50 18 00
14 00
10 00
12 00
25 00
12.50
525
50 00
18 00
9 75
89 00
MONEY REPORTS
NEW YORK, Jan. 20.Money on call, nom
inal no loans time loans, easy sixty days, 5
per cent ninety days and six months, 4%p)
per cent. Close: Prime mercantile paper, o@
5% per cent sterling exchange, firm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.8715@
4.8725 for demand, and at $4 [email protected] for
sixty-day biUs posted rates, $4.88%@4.84 and
$4 87@4 87% commercial bills, $4.83(84.83%
bar silver, 65%c Mexican dollars, 50%c gov
ernment bonds, firm railroad bonds, Irregular.
LONDON, Jan. 20.Bullion amounting to
818,000 was taken into the Bank of England
today, and 65,000 was withdrawn for shipment
to South America.
BERLIN, Jan. 20.Exchange on London, 20
marks 47% pfgs for checks. Discount rates.
Short bills, 8% per cent three months' bills,
3% Per cent.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 20.Bank clearings to
day, $2,720,068.08 New York exchange, selling
rate, 50c premium buying rate, 20o premium
Chicago exchange, selling rate, 70c premium
buying rate, 40c premium London sixty-day
sight documentary exchange, $4.32%.
PARIS, Jan, 20 Three per cent rentes, 981,
97%c for the account. Exchange on London,
25f 14%c for checks.
ST. PAUL, Jan. 20.Bank clearings today,
$1,217,259.61.
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT, Jan. 20.
The statement of the clearing house banks for
this week shows that the banks hold $16,764,675
over the legal reserve requirements. This is an
Increase of $3,956,925 over last week. The
statement follows: Loans $1,025,595,500, in
crease $20,568,900 deposits $1,029,369,300, in
crease $32,163,100 circulation $52,683,400, de
crease $307,400 legal tenders $84,138,600, in
crease $357,900 specie $189,968,300, Increase
$11,638,800 reserve $274,106,900, increase $11,-
996,700 reserve required $257,842,826, Increase
25
8,040,775 surplus $16,764,675. increase $8,955,-
ex-United States deposits $18,888,875, In
crease $8,960,625.
MISCELLANEOUS
NEW YORK COTTON. Jan. 20.The cotton
market opened^steady at an advance of 2B)
points on the report of the National Ginners'
association which, showing only 176,000 bales
ginned between Jan. 1 and Jan. 16, was given a
bullish interpretation. The market eased dur
ing the middle morning to about the closing
prices of yesterday under scattering liquidation
and the absence of Important support.
Cotton futures opened steady January, 11.66c
bid March, 11.77c May, 1192c July, 11.96c
August, 11.73c September, 11.06c bid October,
10.9Sj
Cutton "futures closed steady. Closing bldsi
January. 11.68c February. 11.64c, March, lL76c
April, 11 80c May, 11.87e June, U.880 July,
11.98c August, 11.72c /September, 11.04c Oc
tober, 10.90c. .,_-_
Spot closed quiet middling uplands, 12.26c
middling gulf, 12.600 sales, 2,218 bales.
PROVISIONS,
CHICAGO FROVISIONS, Jan. 204ay pork
was off 2%@5c at $14.20. Lard was unchanged
at $7.67%. Ribs were down 2%o at $7.62%.
OloseWk, January, $18.87% May, $14 22%.
Lard January, $7.52%@7.66 May, $7.70 July,
J7.65,
88% 62
[email protected]%. Ribs, January, #7.62% May,
July, $7.75.
NEW YORK SUGAR AND COFFEE, Jan. 20.
Sugar, raw, steady fair refining, 8%c cen
trifugal, 96 test, 3%c molasses sugar, 2%c
refined, steady: crushed, 5.40c powdered,"4.80c
franulated,
4.70& Coffee, steady No. 7 Rio,
%c. Molasses, firm New Orleans, 80@88c.
NEW YORK PROVISIONS, Jan. 20.Beef,
steady family, $11.50@12 mess, $9@l0, packet.
$10.50@11. Pork, steady, mess, $14.75@16)
family, $16 short clear, $15@17. Lard, steady
prime western steam, [email protected].
NEW YORK OIL, Jan 20 Petroleum, steady
refined, all ports, $7 [email protected].
NEW YORK METALS, Jan. 20.Copper dull
and unchanged.
NEW YORK PRODUCE, Jan. 20Butter,
Blightly easier, receipts, 4,807 packages: official
prices, creamery, common to extra, 18Q27c held
creamery. 19(8!24c state dairy, common to
extra, 17@25c renovsted, common to extra,
15%@21%c, western factory, common to firsts,
16@l9c western imitation creamery, extras,
21c. firsts, 18gil9c Cheese, firm receipts, 1,796
boxes weekly exports, 1,205 state full cream,
nmall, large, colored and white September fancy,
14%c October, best, 13%@18%c late made,
small, colored and white, average best, 12%c:
large, 12%c, fair. ll%@12o skims, full to
light, 3^@ll%c Eggs, easv receipts. 252
cases state, Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy
selected white, 26@27c choice, 24@25o mixed,
extra, 21@22c western firsts, 20c seconds, 18%
@19c southern, 17@20c.
CHICAGO PRODUCE, Jan 20.Butter steady
creameries, 1827c dairies, 19@24c. Eggs,
weaker, at mark, cases included, 17(5)18c. Cheese,
steady daisies, 18c twins, 11%@11%C Young
Americas, 13c. Poultry, live, easier turkeys,
14c chickens, ll%c: springs, 10%c. Potatoes,
easy Burbanks, 5860c Rurals,- 59(?61c: red
stock, 68@60c Veal, easy 60 to 80-lb weights,
6@6%c, 65 to 75 lb weights, 7@8%c 85 to 110-
lb weights. 9@9%c.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota Trans
fer, St. Paul, Jan. 20.Barrett & Zimmerman
report* The week closes with a larger vol
ume of receipts than characterized the banner
year ot 1906. Receipts for January to date are
ahead for the corresponding time of last year
and two years ago. In some particulars trade
for the week has been uneven, expressers and
drivers moving slow, while drafters show a
decline. Smooth blocky farm chunks are firm.
Dealers report a scarcity in the country, and
prices promise to go up above normal. Every
thing moving as follows: Drafters, extra, $185
to $220 drafters, choice, $150 to $185 draft
ers, common to good, $136 to $160 farm mares,
extra, $150 to $170 farm mares, choice, $135
to $150 farm mares, common to good, $110 to
$185 drivers, extra, $150 to $170 drivers,'
choice, $125 to $160 delivery, eholce, $185 to
$175 delivery, common to good, $100 to $185.
A burglar forced his way into a whole
sale toy store in Minna street, San
Francisco, and stole 1,000 jumping
jacks.
H.
Grain
Commission.
Minneapolis.
Established
1855.
POEHIER
Duluth.
"Ask for Private Market-Letter.'
HIDES
FURS, PELTS. WOOL
toMcMILLAN FUR & WOOLCO.i
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS
THEMTtttB Atf GET BESTPRICES
-W '"!*JS1-- AQ-XOi AUSi,-VUUU,, Atf^, rt.MisAAWVM, W^%f a.v\,SAA ^j JfC tTHgVsR ^i I I*.RFJ S^ITHF S^V STI I Clf\ '^s M. s. m. S^fi^a
GRAS S-FED CATTLE
FILL THE YARDS
:&*
MONTA2TAS RUN HEAVY TODAY
AT SOUTH ST. PAUL, f:
Prices Generally Steady in the Beef
DivisionHogs Go 5c Higher, with
a Range of [email protected]^-Quality a
Little BetterReceipts of Sheep
Moderate and the Market Quiet,
Prices Holding Steady.
South St. Paul, Jan. 20.Estimated receipts
at the Union Stockyards today: Cattle, 275
calves, 25 bogs, 8,000, sheep, 2,800 horses, 11
cars, 58.
The following table shows the receipts from
Jan. 1, 1906, to date, as compared with the same
period In 1805.
Year. Cattle. Calves. Hogs.
1906 10,009 1,787 61,895
1905 9,691 1,061 74,007
Increase 818 676
Decrease 12,612 66,477 889
Official receipts for the oast week are as fol
lows:
Date. Cattle. Calves.
Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan. Jan.
Firm Cattle.
Swift & Co 166
W. E. McCormick 12
W. G. Bronson....... 17
Armour Pkg Co 16
Slimmer & Thomas.... 65
P. Evans 68
J. B. Fitzgerald 8
Melady Brothers 8
Other buyers
Country buyers 5
Totals.
HOGS
Date
71
Sheep. Cars.
26,404 1,816-
91,781 1,696
Hogs. 4,249
8.476
2.539 8.825 8.967
12..
18..
16.. 16.. 17....
18.. 19..
Sheep.
675
74
672 305 169
320
Ill
800 476 881
955
207
Cars.
70
48 63 87 92
181
46
63
6
96
244 166
70 64
2,221 14,988
2,838 488
Railroads entering the yards reported receipts
for the day by loads as follows: Chicago Great
Western, 8 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, 5
Minneapolis & St. Louis. 3 Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha, i7: Great Northern, 8
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, 2 Soo line, 1
Northern Pacific, 19 total, 58.
Disposition of stock Friday, Jan. 19:
Hogs.
2,778
16
80 14
$5.30 70 217'lbs, $6.80 71, 232 lbs, $5.30 91,
218 lbs, $5.30 90, 198 lbs. $5.25 97, 218 lbs,
$5.25 76, 218 lbs, $6.25 86, 161 lbs, $5.20.
Pigs, Roughs and Underweights1, 681 lbs,
$5 1. 730 lbs, $65 1, 420 lbs, $4.60 X, 640
'CATTLEReceipts, light some grass-fed
Montana* constituting the bulk of the run.
Prices generally steady, beef and butcher stuff
steady stockers and feeders close weak abodt
steady. Butchers and bologna bulls stronger
veal calves steady milch cows steady. -$
Butcher Steers14, 1,379 lbs, $4.25 8, 1,246
lbs. $4: 5, 882 lbs, $8.60.
Butcher Cows and Heifers1, 980 lbs, $2.60
Outters and Canners3, 788 lbs, $2.75 1,
1,020 lbs, $1,75 1, 1,050 lbs, $1.76 1, 1,010 lbs,
$1.75.
Butcher Bulls1, 1,880 lbs, $2.60.
Stock and Feeding Steers10, 828 lbs, $8.20 X,
660 lbs. $2 50.
Stock Cows and Heifers7, 702 lbs, $2 60.
Stock and Feeding Bulls1, 1,610 lbs, $3.10i 1,
860 lbs, $2 25 1. 770 lbs. $2.05.
Milch Cows and Springers1 cow, 1 calf, $27.
SHEEPReceipts of sheep moderate, run con
sisting of stuff billed thru and stuff going to
teed lots. Market quiet, prices steady.
Sheep and Lambs59 lambs, 88 lbs, $6.75 200
yearling wethers. 88 lbs, $6.25 18 ewes, 100
lbs, $5 80.
AmongB..
the snippers market
cr, S3?.*3toin ",the
DSfu.*i"were
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK, Jan. 20 Cattle,
receipts, 1,600 steady native steers, [email protected]
southern steers, [email protected] southern cows, $2@
8 50 native cows and heifers, $2@6 stockers
and feeders, $8@4 50 bulls, $2.50(228 86 calves,
$3@7 western fed steers, [email protected] western
fed cows, [email protected]. Hogs, receipts, 6,000 steady
bulk of sales, $5 35@5 45. Sheep, receipts, none
market nominally steady sheep, $4.2506.25
lambs, $5 [email protected].
SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK, Jan 20.Receipts
Cattle, 200 hogs, 4,300. HogsSteady. Sales
60, 189 lbs, $6.10 68, 248 lbs, $5 25 64,
810 lbs, $5.85. CattleSteady. Beeves18,
1,140 lbs, $3.75 8, 1,237 lbs, $4 60 4, 1,310 lbs,
$5. Cows and Heifers8, 870 lbs, $2.76 10,
980 lbs, $3.40: 6, 980 lbs, $3.86. Stockers and
Feeders8, 760 lbs, $8, 4, 870 lbs, $3.40 5,
1,040 lbs, $8.90. Calves and Yearlings8, 480
lbs, $2.60 7, 610 lbs, $8.25 2, 270 lbs, $3.65.
ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK. Jan. 20.CattleRe-
ceipts, 600 no Texans steady beef steers. $2.90
@5 90 stockers and feeders, $2.408.80 cows
and heifers, $2.5004 Texas steers, $2.70Q4.40
cows and heifers, $2@8. HogsReceipts, 2,600
strong pigs an lights, [email protected] packers, $5
tleepReceiptsd
5 40 butchers and best heavy. [email protected].
300 steady natives, $6@5 80
lambs, *[email protected] Terpns, $3Q4.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK, Jan. 20 CattleRe
ceipts, 100 unchanged native steers, $3.76
60 cows and heifers, [email protected]: canners.
[email protected] stockers and feeders, [email protected]
calves, $2 50@6 bulls and stags, $2.25@3 75.
HogsReceipts, 7,000 2%c higher bulk of sales,
$6 27%@5.85. SheepReceipts, 4.000 market
steady lambs, $4 [email protected] sheep, [email protected].
HALLET & O
Grain Commission
112 ClMrtw of CmaKNt, IbMMfriu
MARFIELD-
GRIFFITHS CO.
GRAIN COMMISSION
MINNEAPOLIS CBICAOO
DULUTH MILWAUKEE
WATSON & CO.,
BROKERS IN
GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
STOCKS AND BONDS,
MEMBER8 N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.
New York Office24 Broad St.
Chicago CorrespondentsJ. H. Wrcna
& Co.
Private wire, Chicago and -New Tot*.
Telephones.
N. W. Main 4492. N. W. Main 44W.
Twin City 184.
420-421 Chamber of Commerce.
Branch Office131 Guaranty Loan Btdg.
PIPER" SsSaSs.
JOHNSON
A GO,
BUsworth Warner
Desman F. Johnson
Brokers la
Stocks and Bonds
Brain and Provisions
409. 410. 411 I
Chamber ot Commerce I
Sheep.
192
28 60
3,838 275
AT. Wt. Av. Cost. Prices Range.
Jan. 12......... 208 $5.18 $5.0505.30
Jan. 18.... 209 6.12% [email protected]%
Jan. 16 211 610 5.0003 20
Jan. 16 210 6.20 [email protected]
Jan. 17......... 209 5 21 6.100x5.30
Jan. 18 209 6.19 0-10(25.30
Jan. 19 211 6,26 [email protected]
Prices strong to 6c higher than yesterday's
average. Receipts rather light. Quality good,
prices range $6.20 to $5.85 bulk, $5.26 to
$5.80, with big end at $5 30. Good common to
fair quoted at $5.10 to $6.20 good to choice,
$5.30 to $5.35 mixed, common to fair, $6.20
to $5.25 good to choice, $5.30 to $5.85, heavy,
fair, $5.20 to $5.25 good to choice, $5.30 to
$6.86. Compared with a week ago prices are
big 10c higher.
E. S. Woodworth&Co.
CHAMBER OP COMMERCB
GRAIN COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
Receivers andShippers, of Wheat, Coarse Grain
and Flax Seed. Orders for future deUTexies exe
cuted in all markets.
Members of All Exchanges.
XT YOU ABB GOING ABROAD OR
TO CALIFORNIA. TEE SECURITY
BANK WILL TURKISH YOU A
LETTER OP CREDIT ON WHICH
MONEY OAK BE DRAWN XV ANY
SUM DESIRED AND AX ANY OP*
IN THE WORLD.
Whallon,Case&Co.
STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce.
Private wire to New York and Chicago.
68 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Wm. GrainCommission
,IXS:|B.iTtog
Waterville H. Olson, Zumbrota: M. Knaustad, 1 to shippers. Orders for future delivery
Heaney Bros., Goodhue: Belter Bros., H. Ksye. -,^A.-A ii .,.v*
Maiden Rock,.Bank of Mantorville. MantorvUle executed in aU marHet..
S. Hughes, Stanlsj: George Lee, Balrd G.
Gold, Nelson, Wis. I. S. Taylor, T. O. Hemltz,
J. Kerr, 0. McCourt, Bozeman, Mont.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK, Jan. 20.Cattle, re
ceipts, 400 beeves, $8 60@6 25 cows, $1 25Q
4 85 heifers, $2 40@4 85 calves. $6@8pgood to
prime steers, $5.35@6 25 poor to medium, $8.50
@5 80 stockers and feeders, $2.8004 25. Hogs,
receipts, 20,000 strong to shade higher esti
mated Monday, 62,000 mixed and butchers,
[email protected] good heavy, $6 40(35 53: rough,
heavy, [email protected] light, $5 25(35.47% pigs,
$4.80@5 80 bulk of sales, $5.40@5 60 Sheep,
receipts, 2,000 steady sheep, $3.50@8 year
lings, [email protected] lambs, [email protected].
Gamble-Robinson
Commission Co.
Associate Houses at St. Paul, Mankato, Rocheste r, Mtan., and Aberdeen. 8. D.
m*S8S?QRAIN
l*ANClIBB-CWJcW*dimw*-^sW
1 Will Save You Money on Almost Any
MININ STOCK
E. B. HI6BEE lining Broker
81 Pail lilt
410411 GERMANIA
LITE BUILDING.
(Established In 1879.
Duluth Chicago
E. A. BROWN & CO.
Grain Commission
Consignments Solicited.
Guaranteed.
Minneapolis
McHUGH,
CHRISTENSEN
&G0.
GRAIN
COMMISSION
CUMHINGS
pq
Phones N.W.M.
421.3422 T. C. 322
.pettalty. Ady^M. Md.
COMMISSION
COMPANY
Successors to A. J. OTTMMZHGS, Estab. 18M.
Members Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce,
luth Board of Trade and Winnipeg Grain Ex.
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, STOCKS, BONDS
Main OfficeDispatch Building, St. Paul.
Minneapolis Offioe110 Chamber of Oeauasrsr
Building, Ground Floor.
THE^
Saint Paul Union Stock Yards
Tho Great Live Stock Market ef the Northwest.
No limit, to the em*md for PAT CATTLE. BUTCHER C4TTLX.
STOCKERS. FEKSB1VS, HOGS and SHEEP.
We are especially in need of FAT CATTLE and PACKING HOGS. Supply net sqosl
to the demand.
WOODWARD y COt,
COMMISSION
Established BST
P. B. MANN GO.
GRAIN COMMISSION.
Orders for future delivery executed in all markets
Minneapolis Duluth Chicago
Milwaukee.
Mail samples for bids. Ask prices for reed sad
Mill Stuffs.
'The Yin Bosei-Itirisgtoi Co.
Minneapolis, Duluth, Milwaukee.
Kansas City. 80. St. PauL Winnipeg,
Sell wheat, oats. flax., harley, livestock.
Experts In charge of each department. Give
closest attention to customers' Interests.
Good results for them means mere busi
ness for us.
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lit
Frultm, Vogotm*
blom, Prot/moo
DrlodFrmHmmn*
liberal advancesmats on
large sonslgnmeatt. Or
ders IBed promptly tor
I everything la oar Oat.
I
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BSTABUSHBD
1S79. V-

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