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I fDay "with theTankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I Animafion Revives Qui i? in Union Pacific ss Movement in Southern Pacific and St. Paul, With Large Buying of TJ. S. Steel and Amalgamated Copper, ion , NEW YORK, J.-ui 14. The sudden re Vlval of animation In Union Pacific, which 6ilrrvi tho lata stock market yesterday, T.as continued today, sending the price, of Itj the stock to 11.19. Northern Securities ar on the curb went to a' new high record In 3j. company. eg There were floods of rumors of sup posed plans for readjustment of the rail road situation growing out of the disin tegration of the Northern Scrurltles com pany, but the only actual news was the lip circulated from up-town speculative 3, quarters that Union Pacific was to touch J" $1.20 today. There was a strong sympathetic move nt nt in Southern Pacific and sl Paul, j5 There was large buying of United States Steel preferred, and Amalgamated Copper also. Elsewhere in the list the strength was moderate and there was some pres sure to realize on the advance, This was specially manifest aft-r the appearance. f of the very strong bank statement Sot only was the largo influx of currency tn m th" Interior for the week reflected in the statement, but also that of last 'week, j which failed ti show In last week's state- I ment owing to local shifting of cash holding As a consequence this week's statement hpWS a growth of more than J1G,000:000 in cash holdings. There was at the same time a contraction of $5,405,000 In the loon account. The net result was to bring up the surplus over legal reser o require ments by $12,SM.02o. This accumulation, coming on the extremely easy money mar ket. Is likely to enhance" the outgo of gold, ' to which Is soon to be added remittances to Cuba for the final Installment on final I subscriptions to the Cuban loan, which f may call for upwards of $10,000,000. Excited buying of Union Pacific pulled up Its related stocks to the top level to ward the end of the session, but realising i oth r points made the closing Irregular and very active. Total sales of bonds to day, par value, $4,916,000. Stocks have backed and Ailed this week On a small volume of dealings which has 'mprlsci little more than the tentative 01 I ra tors Of professional traders to find I the course of tho market. There has been J n real motive power In the market ow ing to profound nelei I by powerful trad ing Interests and the outside public. I Much discussion of the causes of the slack of Interest In tho market has failed I to bring about nny genet aj agreement. but a number f contributory causes have J bte-n commonly accepted. The sensltlve- ' ness of speculative sentiment to the set tlement of the legislative program at J "VsshingU.n emerges with tolerable clear- j ess. Thus prices advanced with some deci sion on Monday morning when It was gen l srally reported that the Saturday confer- ;BA once of political leaders had resulted In an agreement that it would not bo prac ticable to undertake any prominent new I measure al tho present session of Con- press On the other hand, the most dls- (nhct decline of the week occurred on Thursday when the traders were con fronted with tho explicit report that the . President had determined to press for j prompt action on a measure for the fixing f of railroad rates by federal authority. The financial district lias Its varieties of settlement on the merits of the moas j urea proposed. Aside from the effect on l securities which would bo subject to spe- l Clal Influences by changes in tariff sche- I dules, especially during the period of dls- j eusslon upon those changes, the readjust- j ments In business which go with hangt-s I In rates of duties are expected to beget h sltatlon for :. time. Another feature of the outlook which causes uncertainty Is the measure of the future resources of the money market to Hie new capital Issues which are believed to be forthcoming in large volume The funding of the large issues of short-time nob I made by the railroads last year dur ing the period of "indigestion" of securi ties is to be provided for Theae funding operations will not pro vide new capital to the railroads, as the proceeds of the notes have been mostly expended and additional Issues are looked for to provide resources for continuing outlay. The present easy condition of the money market seems to promise advan tageous conditions for the coming nota tions. But factors are at work which may l ir..iir-, the n'-ajai accumulation of bank J li.i: t. . s i): N' v. Y. rk In the tirst part ( of the year There is no presenl limit In sight to the outgo of gold from New York, which Is In trof,T. -- toward Paris. South America and to Japan. It Is urged that any de mand for loans which would raise the money rate would promptly stop these various movements, which are due to spe cial Inducements In the way of allowance for Inle-nst. But the sentimental effect of the exports of gold Is felt, as Is in variably the case. Some weight must be given to the course of recent events In the banking world, a t least in their influence upon the public mind This week's run on a bank doing business among the foreign popu lation on the east side of tho city was attributed by an official of tho bank to the sensational interest attaching to the story of Mr Chadwlok's exploits and to thu discussion of the alleged practice of over-certification of checks by tho great down-town batiks which was awakened by the testimony in a lawsuit growing out of the exploiting of a minlbg stock In the curb market. It cannot be said that the financial world itself Is In any state of d!quletude over banking practices over the strfclc market or the practice among banks through the OOUntry But the effect which has been produced on public sentiment by tho prom inence given to these episodes is recog nized as detrimental to the stock mar ket Tho n strictlon of the Influence of these factors to neglect of tho market rather than to any active selling pres sure is felt to be ri is to the broad under lying strength of the general situation. industries are reported to be expand ing railroad officials anticipate more traffic offerings than can be carried; tho consumption of Pit? Iron continues to grow and various enlarged disbursements t.. Stockholders Of important corporations keep alive the faith In rumors of other Increases to come There Is a widespread conviction also that ihe advance In certain securities are Preliminary to the working OUt Of, com parative comprehensive plans of new re lations anil absorptions looking to en hanced values. Tho result Is to Induce operations to refrain from activity and I await more light on the future. I Bonds have been In better demand than I stocks. United States 2s declined per cent and the new (s advanced per cent on call in the we k. CLOSING STOCK MST. Sa!-H High Low Close. Atchison 0.600 110 f M pr. f'-rro.l W 1014 W 101 Atlantic Coaitt Une ... 100 13 123 122 Bolt & Ohio 13. 100 103S UiU 10.1U preferred 100 ., 9SH VS ruim'llun Pac B.S00 1J4U IMS IMH I t. '"wit of N Jersey m '. flu 9 ,t Khln KM (0 tv, 4( MM 'hlr A AH " 42 4 1 ) ,Jtf preferred 100 S.1 M If rhic a ; Western 6,100 '-3 rm fhli N Western ... t :S'; M7 -.ni tile Mil & St Paul ... ..Vifl ITS 172 174'- .3 t Chic T & Trans 600 ioi loi, 104 j prefervml '.. 200 J jtm j ' C C C Bl Lmils .... 400 JrVfc 90 ,t Colo & Southern i'o 'U 2i 22'A . it preferred soo ci"i si'i riiij ' 2mi preferred jia Dcla Lack & West 4 4. SILVER. 4- 4- New York 60Vo 4 4 Pan Francisco W4o 4 4 lyondnn 27 11-ied 4 4 LEAD. 4 4 New Tork Exchonsr" 4 Wff4."0 4 4 COPPER. 4 4 New Tork ExchanK . . . 1 14 7J15 12'i 4 444444-f44444-r-f D & R O 1 Mi M preferred M hH Erie 28,600 40.i 1p preferred 8.1000 7K 78 78 In I preferred !." "-". ' r ;"' Heeklnc 'nlley s preferred M' Illinois Central f-,300 1UH 1" IJJjl Iowa e'cntral preferred Kansas City So 600 29 28l. 2-' preferred VX) M'k W RVi I ojIxx Mlo & Nash . . 1,100 H LUH IW Manhattan L 6.500 171 165 l"0Vi Met Beeurltlei 16.700 "' M W4 Ut St Itv .., 7.0.11) 1 17T. 117 117', Mexican Cc-ntml . . 5,900 24 r.4 23' Minn & St L 300 09 6" tl Minn St Pft B S M , 1,604 H4 53i preferred 400 1G 150 MM Mlbi.'.iir! Tiu .. - ,,:, p.f,ii Mo Kan A Texas . ... l.fO 82 82 preferred 1.4fl tVP 63 6M Nat R R of Mex pfd . 9 600 44 43 44 New 'iork Cnt . 2 4'"1 144 143 143 N Y Ont & W'jt . 2,S00 41 '4 UK H i Norfolk & West 2.900 79 79 79 preferred 100 92 92 C Pennhylvajila 24. 600 1374 137 137 P C C i- St Louis .7; Reeding 2.wo so 80'4 lt prtferred ...... 100 92 92 91 'i 2nd preferred 300 M 4 S4j Rock Island Co . 5 0"0 37V. " preferred 6H St L & ft F 2nd pfd . 1 "V "l TUt Tl3 St L S West 0-1 26 2i'i 2CKi preferred UNO 61 6S &S Southern Pac 100.2O0 6 66 67 preferred 1.000 H7 iif ii'-4 Southern Ry . 3.600 35 3C 3r,Vi preferred 961 Texas & Pac 1.100 83 r.44 34 Tol St L & West ... . 100 36 36 86 preferrol 100 63 D3 53 Union Pac 171,300 119 117 119 preferred 3O0 97 97 97 Webeah ieo 21 21 21 preferred 1.100 43 43 434 W & Lake Erie 18 Vleconidn Cent 100 22 22 22 preferred 300 45 45 45 Express Companies Adams 236 Amorlcan 213 1'nlted States 120 Wells Fargo 23-3 Miscellaneous Anialg Copper 52.600 75 75 7.'. Amer Car & F l.-0 34 Sl 34 preferred 92'i Amer Cotton Oil 85 preferred 93 Amer Ice 600 6 6 I preferred 300 3 37 37 Amer Linseed Oil 1 preferred 88 Amer Locomotive 900 35 35 35 preferred 1"44 Amer S & Rof 3.40.1 J 81 Sl prof erred 700 112 112 112 Amer Sugar Ref 4.5O0 142 1 42 142 Amer Tob pfd rert ... 300 92 92 92 Anaconda M Co ... COO 111 111 110 Brooklyn R Transit . . 6 0O0 62 61 62 Colo F & Iron 6.900 47 46 47 Con Gas 1 100 19S 19S 19S Coin Products . .. 3.000 2-1 1K 18 preferred 600 77 76 76 Distillers' Securities .. 600 37 37 37 General Eleo 1,600 1 1 1M Interna Paper 200 2 3 23 23 pref r rred 77 Interna Pump 100 39 39 JS preferred 86 Nat Lead 200 25 24 25 North American . . 100 101 101 Ml Pac Mall 3' 44 44 44 People's Gas 100 107 107 P7 P Steel Car 2i 374 S71, S7 pr-r-m-l 200 S9 89 S9 Pullman Palaee Car .. 300 24K 218 246 Republ'- Steel 500 16 16 16 preferred 500 70 69 70 Rubber Goods 1.000 27 27 27 pieferred 95 Tennessee C & Iron 700 71 71 71 U S Leather 5,9no lt 13 11 preferred 6 102 lrt 10: 11 8 Realty 700 79 79 79 U 8 Rubber 1 100 38 37 37 preferred 300 100 100 100 U 8 Steel . .84.100 30 30 30 preferred 3..W) ' 91 '..1 VlrKlnla-Ciirallna Chein 8.700 36 15 MM Westlnghouse Elec ... 3oo isi iso uo Western t'nlon 3'Vi 92 'j2 92 Total sales for tho day, 740 100 shares. NEW YORK BOND LIST U S ref 2s regis .104 do coupon . . 104 U s 3s regis !03 do coupon 104 V S new Is rcg. 104 do coupon 181 u 8 old 4n regis. .106 do coupon 105 Am Tob 4s cert.. 72 do 6s cert 111 Ateh Ren 4s . . . .. K'3 do adjust 4s.. .. 94 Atlantic f L Is LOIN Hall & Ohio 4s 104V do 3s 90 Cent of Ga Es HS do lit lncorp 91 do 2nd lncorp. 78 -hca & Ohio 4s. 109 1 id & Ail-.. 3s 81 O, 11 t Q new 4s. 100 C. R 1 & P It I'. 4s 88 C. R I & P R R col. 6a 96 C C O 4b St L Ken 4s 101 f"hl Term 4s .. S8 COlq Mldliuul 4s .. 71 Cel.. So 4- . . 92 Cuba 5s, certs 104 D & R G 4s 100 Distillers' Sec 6s.. 79 Erlo pr Hen 4s ..101 do gen 4s ... ... 91 Ft W & D C let . 110 Hock Val 4s ,,, 109 Japan Ct, certs .. 96 L & N tml 4s ....103 Manhat eon f'd Is 106 Mex Cent 4s 75 do 1st Inc . KM Minn & St L la... 98 M. K A- T 4s 100 do 2nds 87 N R R of Mcx consol 4s 82 N Y Central gen 3s 100 N J Central g. n 5s 134 Nor Pacific 4s.. ..105 do 3s T7M Norf & W con is.101 0 B L rfdg 4s OTM Penn conv 3s . Hi3 Reoil gen 4s ..... 102 St L A- I M consol 6s 116 Ft L & 8 F fg 4s. !i9 Bt Lou lj Sw con 4s 90 Stab A L 4s 88 So Pacific 4s 95'i S. Railway (a ..117 Tex it Pac iMta. 121 T St L & XV 4s . 84 l.'nlon Fac 4a . . . lt5 do conv 4s . . ljsi V S Stoel 2nd 5s.. v:i WAbesh inu . . 11 do deb R 67 V etiern M. 4s. . 9J Wh A: L Eric 4 U Wlocon Cent 4a . 91 Bnnk Clearings. NEW YORK. Jan. 14 Tho statement of the clearing-house hunks of tills city for the week shows'. Lwni $1,064,336,800 Decrease 6.405.900 Deposit 1,119 160 100 Increase 0,001,600 t-'lrculatlon . 43,020.100 Decxraao 1,520,300 Linal tenders .. ?P.6(.7.900 Increase 3.441 8pecle 215.691. 400 Increase ... lt.9O7.40O Reserre - . 304. 249.300 Increase 13.2lR.COj Reserve required 279,700,022 Increase 497. b75 Suiplus 24.469.275 Incr'tte 12.551,025 Ex I" 8. deposits 3o.09l.75O Increase 12.785.S00 New York Money. NEW YORK. Jan. 14 Close: Monsj on call, nominal, no loana. Time loans, easy; sixty and ninety days. 2 per cent; six months. 2t3 per cent Prime nivrcnntllo paper, 4 per cent. St.-rllng exchanx . firm with actual business In l.ankeri' bills at $4 87.6OQ4.67.70 for de mand, and ut J4.S5 16ft4.S5 23 for alxty-day bills C.htf .1 ralc-i. $4 I 6 and $1 S-74 6S Commercial bills. $4 4tf4.S4. Bar aller. 60c M.-xUan d.i;irs. 47o Government bonds. Irregular; railroad bonds, firm. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 14. Silver bars C0c; Mexican dollars 60c. New York Metals. NEW YORK. Jan. 14 No Changs took placo In the various metal markets today, with business slack In all depart ments. Tin Is quiet at $29 12y29 25, lake copper, $15 37 16.60. electrolytic $15 12'u U.37, and cast ing. 114 7,Vfi 15.12. Lead remains firm at $4607470. Spltcr. $6 20416 80. lion is unchiing. .1 Imports and Exports. NEW YORK. Jan. 14 Imports of general rn.rchanillso and dry goods at tho port of New York fer the week ending today were valued at $18,400,660, Exports of specie from the oorl of New York for the week ending toduy were 309.700 idher. nnd $2,718,130 g..i) Imports of specie at the iirt ef .s,.w York f..i the ...K ending t-"Jj i:li i 7'i'j i,Jii and 130,820 gold. Trade Picks Up on Local Market Higher Prices Paid for Poultry Than Heretofore First Shipment of Blue Points in Days Arrives. Yesterday wns th busiest day since the holidays for both wholesale and retail mer chant?, who werf kept polng from early until lato to Stipply the unusually larpo demands of tholr customers. Tdiero was nothing especially new In the market, but poultry, ' ea tables, freh fish and the staples went out In bifj orders. For tho first time In two weeks Blue Points wero to be had yesterday Only n mall supply arrived, however, nnd these were hurriedly picked up Poultry went hlener than even the high Hglires which have been pnld of late, nnd hens were In blgr demand at K cents a pound; roasters t cents, and broilers at cents. The price paid for broilers yesterday has not been reached before since the winter sea son began. Wholesale Quotations. Hoy Crnln nnd Straw Oat straw per bain, 30c; alfalfa, $10.00. t.lmutli. per ton. baled. $13 60. wheat, per bushel, 90cti$MO: corn, per cwt . $130(jlS5, corn, crack'. 1, H 101.40 oats, r..ll.-d oats l QOtj 1 70, barley, M lied, $1 35. flour pnkerj.' i. 82 30. Hour, straight grade $2 4053.60; Hour, high pat-nt. $3.009170; rve $100; gralinm flour. H.60CltD; corn meal, $1.70.32.00, bran $10f; bran and shorts, $1.10. Meats Dressed beof, per pound. 5'S6c. dressed veal per pound, 7c- .tressed lambs por pound. 7c, dressed mutton per pound 67-" l" 1 h. gn. 7c; live, J4 60 pr cwt ; mlnco mset, 8u$c. Feultrv'- rressed hens, 14c broilers per T-ound. 11,- turkeys, 00C22o: roasters, 10c Fruits -Ctnh apples, p.-r bushel, $1.00! Idaho si pit bj p. r dos , 11 1, apples, $1.56 per box. Santa Paula lemons, per box. $4.00, bananas, per bunch. $1 .75 3 3.50; cranber ries $3 503 10 00 per barrci, dotes per pound, t-rtliV. .ranges, $2 6032.75 per box Sugar Beet sugar. per cwt., $6 10, ctrie user; $6.50. egetables California hea l lettuce IBc B 1 " n .1. 1 plant. 4f-e a 1 z n . ctlerv. doren, 50c J parsnips, per cwt. $125: yellow onion, 'r c. i , i 50 vegetable marrow, per doren, 6rc; rel cabbage, per pound. 2l;c; sweet pota toes, per cnt. ilit; Ttutl rAbbage. por c,wt.. l 75, potatoes, per cwt, 90c turnips, beots and carrot, per cwt- $1.25; green unions, per doter,, 10c pumpkins, dozen. Sl2r.. 1'tah lel "' cauliflower, per pound. I'-itW: r '-i 1 c- Producta Butter, per pound, 26c-J--r pound, 12c. eggs, per case. S7.C"J I 7.". comb honey, j,..r crate, 12 75. Rweltrer chi-ese, per pound 18c; llmburger Cheese, pet pound LOC er.-am brick cheese. p.T pound, 17c, Edam cheese, per doxen. $12 00. Fish Salmon 13315c; mountain trout, 30c: halibut. 12c, striped bass, per pound. 15c; soles, per pound, 9c; flounder, per pound, 9c. California hmelts. per pound. 12c cattish, per pound, l-'c. perch, per pound loo. lobsters, tor jmund. 16c; oysters New York counts, $1.60 per 100, selects. $2.25 per gallon. Olym pian. $3.00 er gallon. Cromarty bloaters, per 100, 3 50 codfish. &39c smoked salmon. 103 12V. c, white ,ish isc. Retail Quotations. Meats Prime rib. 17H porterhouse, 18320c; pork. 15c. mutton chops Pil5c; legs. 12Vic. lamb. 12'T3i: i-er pound; veal 12329c; veal loaf. 30c Poultry Dressed hens ICc. broilers. 25c; tur ktjs. 25c, ducks. 18320c; roast springs 22', c Fruit. Idaho apples, 50c a peck, lemons, per doxen. 25c; orange?, per dozen. 253 60c; bananas, per dozen, jog 30c. pears. J pounds for Be; grapes 1. Malaga). 25c a pound, pine apples, 30c and 40c each, grape fruit, per ,t.-.z, n ! rV, 1 SO. Vegetables. New celery, 5310c a bunch, oyst-r plant Cc a bunch; parsnips. 20c a pock; red cabbage, fcc a pound sweet potatoes, per pound. 4c. eaullflowf-r. 15c per pound, potators, per peck. 20c; cabbage, per pound. 5c; turnips, 20c per peck; green onions. 2Hc. carrots. 20c per peck, beets. 20c per peck; lettuce. 6c; pumpkins 15c. hothouse lettuce. 7'c per bunch, spinach, 4 pounds for 26c; California French artichokes, 16c each; California Brus sels sprouts. 15c per pound, green peas, 15c a pound, California radishes, Cc a bunch green I.e.-. ns, 25c per pound. Dairy Products Butter, per-pound, J0c cheese, 15c. eggs, per doten. $033; fancy cheese, per pound. 25c, comb honey. p,.r comb 15c; strained honey, per pound, 15c Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c. llmburger cheese per pound. 60c. cream brick cheese. 25c Edam cheese eoch $1.25. Fish Salmon. 17Hc; mountain trout 40c halibut, 15c. striped bnss 20c; Mackinaw trut. 20c coddsh 15c; perch, 124c whlto fish. 20c: mountain herring. 16c; lobster 17ijc s-lect oysters. 60c a jyiart ; Olympla oysters! 40c a pinti shrimps. 20c 0 T quart , -rabs 253V)c apiece, standard oysters. 60c per quart; cat fish. 15c per pound LIVE STOCK. Chicago. CBIC4.QO, Jan 14. Cattle Receipts. 400. stead) g.-.d to prime steers. $5 76u.3C; poor to medium $3 7533 60; Blockers and feeders, f.' 2.oi4.25, cows, $1.2(31 60; heifers. $2 0035.25, annern. 1. 2608.50; bull?. $2 Oj ii 4. 25 . calves 3t.t7'i Hogs Receipts, today. 28 000; Monday, 47.000 ; 6310c lower, mixed and butchcre", $4 45 '"4 TO; goK to choice hea--. 4 74 t. rough heavy. $4l5Ti 4 65; light. $4 4034 65, bulk of sales, $126.96.36.199, Sheep ReoslptSj 3000; sheep, steady lambs, strong, good to cholco wethers. $5 00'5to, folr :j choice mixed. $3 ss?34 90; Western heep, M-30490.00; natlvn lambs, pf.0096.10; Vtatcn lambs, J5 00'5.t0. Omaha. SOUTH OMAHA, Jan 14 Cattle Receipt. I0i; market urn-banged, nullvo steers, $3.60-3 B0 j COWS and belters, 12 6034 15; canners. $1 60 1. 10 tdorkers and feeders, $2 6034.00; calves $2 i35 (0; bulls, stags etc $1 7534 B0. Hogs Receipts. 7500; market shade, lower beevy, $4.003 4 70; mixed $4 6034 62', light' $4.6431 62Vs, pigs, $3,108-4.60, bulk of sales. $4.60 34 KM, Sh, Receipts none, market steady. Western yearlings, 1'.. 0036 26. wethers, $4 SO-S 0.00; ewes, $4 Xiyifj .00. lambs. 6OO&7 40. Kansas City. KANSAS 'ITV. Jon 14 Cattle Receipts 100. market unchanged; native, steers, $3 50 6.60. cows and heifers Jl 653 4 50 Blockers and feeders, $2.7534 26; bulls. $2.6033 000. calv. s S.0036.60; Western fed steers. $3.6035.00; West ern fed cows. $2.0033.60 Hops Receipts 1000; market 6c lower, bulk of bull. $-1.60 0 5 75, heavy. $3,763-4.25 Sheer) None, nominally steady. St. Joseph. ST. JOSEPH. Jan 14 Cattle Receipts, 100; steady, native steers. $3 6536 40, cows and heifers. 176ij4 36. stockers and feeders i 7S 'j 4 S Hogs-Receipts, 7200ft; steady to 5c lower, light $4.453'4 ; medium and heavy, UOi Ml Bheep Receipts 100; steady New York Butter. NEW Ynj'.K. Jan 14 -Butter Firm . reno vated, common to extra, 16j22'4c; Western factory, common to choice. 14319c: Western ImltuMon ereamery. common to cholco. 173-24C Cheese and egg unchanged St. Louis Wool. ST. LOUJfi lan 14. Wool Nominal; medi um gradol COmblDg and clothing. XSIsjc. light tine. lS322'-c; heavy line. 14316c. tub washed, 27 3 41c Chicago Grain. 'IHCAUO. Jon 14 Extreme co,l weather reduced prlmarv receipts ..f wheat today and Imparled strength to the mmket. Final quo tStlonS on Moy wheat showrd a guln of , '.. c,,i-n, oots and provisions aro practically Uni 'hi nge.i. Notwithstanding a slight derllne at Liver pool tbe wheat market oponod strong, wwu Mu "I1 ' "" '-.-'iV: '-"t 51 16--, 1 ir. PhortS and commission houses were active bidders, but negotiations for time were comparatively light Tho result was a fur ther advance In May to ll.lTUQl 17S. The strensth wns attributed partly to an h.i uiii in ..utside markets yesterday after the 11 eel HI liei I hrvl closed. Among I rr rt t 1 thai helped to bring out 1 he Improved de mand were predictions of a decrease In the world's sblpmente; Tbe prouiiint; cold weather ibroughout tho United stntes w.-us, however, the chief factor. It b.-ing expected that tho cold would furnish on additional chech to thi movement or wheat from farm The receipts of today proved that this ex pectation was not without Some foundation, primary receipts being 470.000 bushels, com pared with 7-"40O huxhels a year ago. Iite in tho day u sharp br. ak occurred on fairly liberal pr..tlt-taklng by serorul Inlluentlal houses. May quietly sold ofT to $1 16'3I.16H On tho decline shorts were active buyers and thero was onother rally In prices. The mar ket won quite firm at the close with May at $1 lesrences of wheat snd flour were e.juol to 232.400 bushels Minneapolis Duluth and Chicago rep-.rtel receipts of MO cars against 341 last week and 4S1 a year 11 go. The corn market. Influenced by weak cnMen nnd poor export demand opened somewhat easier, but developed firmer Bley opened a shade to lower nt !4'V"He to 44ic Old up to I6346ic and closed nt 44:(,c ly-.c.-vl receipts were 235 cars, one of contract grade Sinn 1 1 receipts fnvo n tlrm tone to th.i oats market i.irly In the day. but Inter the mnr ket ea.ser ..rr somewhat on a lack of demand Mnj opened a shade tower at sold up to 3lH33m-t and closed at tlftffttttC. Ical rocelpta were fifty-three enrs Provisions were quiet and steady. At the closo May pork was off 2ic at $12 67l, lard was down 2V406C at fr. 5. Ribs were a shodo lower at $6 70fjii.72H. Estimated r .-Ipis for Monday Wheat. S6 curs; corn. 256 cars, onts. CO cars; hogs, 60,000 head. RANGE OF THE EEADING Fl'TERES. Articles. Open. High Dow. Close Wheat No 2 May 1.16i 1.17H 1 16i; 1 16 Jul ft) &01, Nil 99 Corn No. 2 January 41 May u 45'n 41-, 46 July 45H 4.'.', 45'i 45H Oats No 2 January 30Vi 304 30, SOH May 3H, 31H 311 3IU July 31', 3Ht 31'., 31U Mess Pork, per barrel January 12.37 12.374 12.374 12 374 May 12 75 12.774 12-67 4 12 67 4 Lard, per 100 pounds Januarv 6 60 6 65 6 624 6 624 July 7 024 7.024 9'4 6 97', May 6 674 92 4 6.85 6 S5 Short Ribs, per 100 pounds January 6 45 May 6.70 6 75 6 70 6 724 July 0 fcS 6 874 6 S24 6 85 .A?"H QUOTATIONS Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour, steady: winter patents, It IDQO W; straights $4.8035.00; spring patents. $5 0OQ5.50; straights, KB0O4.M: bak.rs, $2.6033 SO; No. 2 spring wheat. $1.1231 15, No. 3. $1 0231. 16. No 2 red. $118481.204; No. 2 corn, 434c; No 2 yellow 484c; No. 2 oats. 30Hc. No 2 white. 31V332c. No. 3 white il u334c; No 2 rye. 76c fair to choice malting barley 41'847c; No. 1 flax seed, 11.16. No. 1 Northwestern. $1. 23- mess pork, per barrel, $12 37 4 12 4", lard, per 100 pounds, 16 tk".. short ribs slden il.M.sei, $iM2436 3'4; short clear slden il-xedl. $6 60-'n6. 624 whisky, basis of high wines, $1 23, clover, contract grade, $12 RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Articles Receipts. Shipments Flour, barrels . 157.200 18,100 Wheat, bushels 20.000 37.700 Corn, bUBhole 288.800 136 4O0 Oats, bushels 101.200 274,800 Ryr. bushels . . . 6.000 S.OOO Barley, bushels 46.600 23.000 Pitoiifi i: i:xi iianoe. On tho produco exchange today tho butter market waa firm; creameries. 19329c; dairies, lVLOt$c; eggs. Fteady, at mark, cases Included, 22327c, rtrsts. 27e, prime firsts, 29c; extras. 31c, cheese, steady, 113124c. Pacific Coast Wheat. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14 Wheat-Firmer , May, $1.46; December, $1,314 Barley Firmer, Moy, $1,174; December, 6S4c. New York Stock Letter. James A Pollock 4V Co., bankers and brokers, 6 West Second South street, furnish the fol lowing stock letter and gossip, received over their private wlro: NEW YORK. Jan. II Logan & Bryan Slock Letter Market closed active end strong at about tho best pries of the day Aside from a setback In Com Products stock caused by burning of ono of their plants, the market ad vanced steadily all through tho session. Union Pacific, St. l'aul Southern Pacific and North ern Securities wero again the leaderR. Rank statement was very favorable, and better than antlclpatud. Yolumo of business by commis sion houses showed a decided increase. Action of I'nlon Pacific and stocks likely to be af fected by Northern Securities matter seems to reflect a Settlement of this long-drawn out Contest. Extravagant prices aro freely pro dlcted by Wull street for I'nlon Pacific, but If, as they believe, tho matter has been settled. It will mean much to the entire market and bring not only for I'nlon Paclgc, but to the entlr market materially higher price, In ad dition to the largu volume of business trans acted by ths railroads bringing day after day large reports of largo earnings, the public for get and overlook tho earnings of the railway equipment shares, Railroad companies are freo buyers of a general line of railway equipment, such as cars, locomotives to a certain extent, and while no very urgent demand has devel oped for steel rails. It Is believed reasonable to assume this cannot bo much longer de layed. Tho situation, as wo view It, Is strong New York Walker Stock Letter Wo look tut B strong and active market next week and with the cheap money prices should make good advances. Now York-Dick Bros. Stock Letter Contin ued buoanco In I'nlon Pacific and Southern Pacific has been tho feature of toda's mar ket. The two stocks were token on an enor mous scale, and the buying si mod to confirm tho report, that good news In them Is Impend ing Other etrong features were St. Paul. Mtol preferred and Amalgamated Copper. Oth erwise stocks did not scoro very large gains and some of thtm. llko Illinois Central, wero qulto heavy. Now Tork T A Mclntyro A Co. Slock Let terAlthough there has bion little of Interest In the stock market thus far In the month, the closing davs of tho week brought greater acthlty and higher prices, especially for the Hurrlman stocks, the steel shares, St, l'aul, tho coalers and Amalgamated Copper. Pro fessional sentiment is bearish, but the big tn- t. iei.t-j , .nihil).? friendly to the murk, t and WbllS the 1 - r I - - movement may bo bonuwh.it Irrrgular for u time, we believe tho trend Is to a higher level, and that purchase.; of tho latter class of rnJJroad and Industrial stock should prove profitable. New Tork Button Stock Letter Tho contin ued heavy buying of the Western Pacific group of securities wus evident from thn cpenlng of th'i market, enormous blocks of I'nlon Pacific and Southern Pacific being taken during the two hours' session. Bank statement today showed train', bv banks of about $15,000,000. Thero Is no doubt that money In a drug nnd we are apt to ship large amounts of gold abl ad Wo can look forward with great com placency In tho taking up of future bond ls SUSS by railroad and this without tho slightest disturbance to money Thero Is a strong fea ture to our general financial and business sit usllon which will work for higher values In bonds and stocks. New York Summary Some talk of resump tion of preferred dividends by Republic Iron and Steel. Talk of increased dividend on Illi nois Central Bradstreot'e says strong under tone In Kcncral situation. Ninety-three roads In November BPOW Average net Increase of 15.42 por cent. Some for five months show hm rttgw net Increase of .76.', per cent. Thirty roods for first woek In January show average gross Increase of 6.S5 per cent. Ranks trained on current movements this week 412 610 41X1 SALT LAKE l (ah J.'m 14 -.Ie.ro. -i A Pol lock & Co Thoso who expected an active Mink market this week Were somewhat dis appointed, as It was a very dull affair, the fluctuations being within narrow limits "ill tho market showing considerable Irregularity, although occasionally u specialty Mould he plotted out and for tho time being provo u leader and support to tho whole list. Today's shirt session, for instance, put I'nlon lu III.- lommoii. f..re,ar. a.. lie ,j. 1 lull), thin stork t-. Intf the (tn,ng, u OS the in 1st OcUVi In ,re day's trading, and with a few exceptions the balance of the list moved upward In sympothy the tvhole market eh sing strong and with a decidedly firmer undertone I'nlon Pacific and Kouthem Pacific are talked for much higher prices, and should predlctloni materialize it is highly probable tho former will bo selling In the ISOs and ih.. latter In the 70s soon; as, of course, an nd vaneo In olio will most nsuuredl affect the other, and, If as expected. theii ste.cks nhow decided strength. the other goo. I railroad shans. and the market in general, will un doubtedly bo benefited In proportion, and a healthier tone and higher prices bS Witnessed all around In tho near future. We continue to believe, however thai tho market tof the tl me I'lncr will I..- .f :i m -11 1 p - I log nature, and M-oulduggest the buying ,.f stocks on fair breukst, A sssUesj ui vrollu I REMOVAL SALE 1 1 THE FIRST IN SALT LAKE I I HELD, ART STATIONER. I I j 54 MAIN STREET f I 1 Ladies' Hand Bags Glove BOXES FINE LINEN LAWN I I i Cuff and Collar Boxis STATIONERY fl $15.00 TO 30c Handkerchief Boxes Th: Kind You Use. H VALUES $5-00 t0 50- $5.00 to 40c ( Valurs Boxes B 1-2 PRICE 1 2 PR!CE 1 -2 PMCE B I I ..PICTURES.. CARD CASES ..WRITING DESKsT" 1 I cd a mien sum PURSES FOR TRAVELING I nnrnAUcn NOVELTIES IN AND THE HOME I L v LEATHER $5.00 (Q 75c All Valuts $3 5fJ (o 25c Va(uS Va,ues I 1-2 PRICE 1 -2 PRICE 1 -2 PRICE 1 I I EVERYTHING MUST GO - HELD m5a4,n S I BARTON'S SALE 1 1 OF HIGH -CLASS SUITS AND OVERCOATS I And All Winter Wearables will be con- 0& H tinued next week. High - grade M g M Suits and Overcoats ........ &9 6 H - BARTON & CO. - I ssxHHnBcsnnn KsnRBnaKHsssBsmsssW R on the quirk bulses. although wo feel that purchases of cooel dividend-paying shares, for a Ions pull, will without doubt prove a priinitablo Investment In tho end. Conditions In tho w heat maj ket this week remain unchanged, tho May soiling up to 11 Iti4. about tho highest Secure for tho op tion. 11 Is a good scalping market at tho moment, for quick returns on both sides, but we still suggest caution against getting loo heavily loaded on tho short side i .rn will, to a great extent follow tho action of wheat but wo sec nothing at this llmo to make much higher prices in this ce real. t inn and prov isions are dull, w ith no de cided tendency either way. but with a fairly llrm undertone and considerable Support given to tho commodities on thu reactions. Financier's Review for Week. NEW TOnK. Jan. 14. The Financier says: Tho most btrlklng featuro of tho official itntemcnt Of tho New York Abtoclated banks Inst we.-k was the more than fifteen and one third millions In tho cash reserve. This gain waj not unexpected, because It was shown by tho estimates of cash movements, which were baiA.-d upon the tracvulde changos In money during last week, that ihu banku had e. lined twelve and two-thirds millions In iu-ih. Moreover. In tho prcvle-us week thero hud be-n a gain of seven and a half mil lions, according to tho estimates of that week. Tho official returns showed a loss of It wu-s regarded as probable, therefore, Mint through the adjustment of bank averages last week's official statement would show quit an Important gain of cash Tho Increase us reported was llj.43S.90O. which was flo end luarter millions below tho sum of tho estimated ifiilns for the fortnight uft'T de ducting from Mils aggregate of i: I 0 the not guln by tho banks for that period of 51 l..W.6' as shown by the statement: tho llacrepanej of tive and thrsa-quarltr minions may bo partly accounted for by the B-3tem of bank averages Tho deposits Increased 19. Ml. 500. which amount ery ClOSSly corresponded with the sum of the gain In cash less the dorroa-so In bans, therefore, the statement showed a re markably good balance. It Is noteworthy that tho legal tender holdings of the banks aro now Sl.eoj.COO In excess of tho maximum of last year Tho reserve requirements against general ee poslts last week were 2 MS.87C deducting which sum from the. gain In rash as above, left J12.Svl.02G as tho Increase In surplus re serve to $24 4:;'..7.- At H i. .ponding dato ):it year this surplus was 123. 1S1.700. New York Fruits. NKW YORK. Jon 14 The market for eup oruled apples remains firm; common. IflV; pilme. iVal-Sc. choice, i''QtJc. and fancy, PnmSS nrc ,n 'lemattd for exiHirt from the COM hut th local elK't situation Is tin ilnngid. with quotations ranging from 2c to lie according to grade. Apricots are firmly held Cholco. lOfllO'c, extra do H u I2e . fancy. K-Qlfic. Peaches slso show iinnnes. wiih cho!' al tttOi extra do. 10'44floc ojid funcy, im12o. New York Sugnr. kv FORK, inn 14. Sugar Raw sir. ng. fair rellnlng. f S-lta: centrifugal .-lest. f. 11-18C molasses tugnr, 4.6-16c. Keflned, llrm; crushed, $6 "i; powdered, gfl. 10. granu lated. (' Treasury Balances. VAfIIlNlTOV Jan. 14 To. la y state ment of ho treasury halancen In the genernl fund, exclulve of tho $lW).nfiiIfto K,,d p-mtvii In th division of redemption, shows .nlln I e euush tmlunees, lfl.lB2,4M; gold. $7.l?9,S34. BerJyii Musician Engaged RUN, Jan. 14 -Alexander Xon Klelllz. whose compositions are known In the 1'nlted Stales, and who lately was dim-tor of tin West Knd Theater on hestra, hus n en an-.! i.y ihe Chicago Multal eollejje. r.1ZXaBSBUBm)mWBmmlmJmmm NEW PKLYHTE WIRE SERVICE jas. i. pouiTca Banker and Broker-i 6 W. Sccoai Son(h St. SALT LAKE CITT. Order Promptly Executed n Stocks. Bonds, Ootton, Grain and Provisions. Prlvute leased Wires with LOGAJV & BRYAN'. Corre npondents. Members New Tork Stock Exchanffo Nw York Cot- Iion Exchange. Boston Stock Ex change, Chicago Board of Trade Wo handle all prominent Ulali Mining and Commercial Stocks. B mWSt&unUMttmmta Whose Flour Do You Sell? Wo wnnt you to sell ours, and If you will give us a trial order, you will want to, too. Pcery Bros.' Milling Co., OGDEN HALIFAX TONOPAH MINING COMPANY. Notice of Special Stockholdeis' Meet ing. Notice Is hereby gl,-n that, whereas the an nual stockholders' Hireling of Halifax Tono pah Mining compan. a exoneration, wjs not held on tho 11th day of October. 1H4. lbs date provided by the articles of Incorporation for such meeting and the election of oftlcere of said Halifax Tonopah Mining company, and Wh areas, More than three inonthu have elapvd since the dsile tuoldeJ for such an nual meeting and the directors of said mining company have not c.-illrd n IMClSJ meeting of the BtOOkhoIdsrs for tho election of ofllcers of Said cori'oraMon . Now. therefore. Ihe undersigned sto kholders and dlrecteirs of tld Halifax Tonopah Mining i 1 1 1 p. 1 1 1 v hereby call a special stockholders' inee-tlng of the stoekholdi rn of -.ulil Halifax Tonopah Mining i-oinpuny for the election of i (fficeis of said eorporntlQD and hereby givo ItOtlCS that a tieclal meeting of the stookho,! rs of said Hallfux Tonopah Mining company I (Or tho election of ofjBpsrs of ssld i-orioiration i Hnd for the tramvn tloii e.f such other business as shall properly come before such meeting. . will be held nt Ihe general oflK-e of Mid cor- i ,.,i,M.n room ii l.invld K'elih building. Salt IJtke Itv, I'toh. on Me- .'f l ay of January. . lpai, at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day. i in iv s ki: r.Ns. ! DAVJD KEITH, Datcl January 13, 1505. eioo: PROBATE AND OUARDIANSHII iff! NOTICES. Mm Circuit County Clerk of the respective 1 flgners for further Information. H IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT I court of the State of Utsh. In and for Sn.it Ll Lake county. In the matter of the appll- I cation of the Golden Star Mining & Mill- f " Ing company, a corporation, organized I ami existing uniler the laws of tho State I of I.'tah. to be dlasolved. I NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR- I : PORATION- t I Notice )s hereby ghon that application has been made by find in behalf of the 1 board of directors of the Golden Star Mining et- Milling company, a corpora- I Hon ur;:"'1 and existing under the 1 laws of i.o State of Ut2. having Its I office or principal placo o? t-'jslneas rt r Salt Lake City, In Bait Lake county, Stat4s 1 of Utah, for an order of this court die- I eoivlng eald corporation Said appllca- I tlor was tiled on the 12th day of Decern- - ber 1994, and an order of court has II been made thereon by Honorable C. W. Morse Judee, of said court, directing th.? eald'appllcatleri bfl rt l with the Clerk, and that tho undersigned. Clerk of aald I court glvo notice of such application by publlcatton for a period of thtrty-flve (S) days said r-erlod expiring on January W joj-in tho Salt Lake Dally Tribune. ' a 'newspaper having general circulation in said Salt Lake county, within which I tlmo any person may file his objections to I said application. This notice Is published ft, Dursuant to aald order. f; P (Se il) JOHN JAMES, I County Clerk and Clerk of the District I Cou't Suit Lake County. Utah. Bv Davi" B. Davles, Doputy Clerk. e Drtcd December 12tB, 1S04. dlOlJ S. NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD- ERS' MEETING. F Notice Is hereby given that a special ? meeting of tho stockholders of the Eaglo L Mining company, a corporation of Utah. la called and will bo held at the office of j; the 'companv room 300 Atlas block. West t. Second South -street. Salt Litko City. ft L'tah on Monday, the 30th day of Janu- arv 1005 at 12 o'clock nwn of that day, for 'the purpose of ratifying, adopting and confirming the action of the board of dU rectors of s;MJ company taken on Novem- P v.r.r Ifirt4 In authorizing tho execution f 1 and delivery to A H. SlBley of Detroit. I Mlchlcan of a written ngreement to sell M and convey, option to purchase and lease. nfall the mining and p.-rt-oaal property ot The corpora Hon situate In Cable Cove mln- tW- district Baker and Grant counties. F. ! "rKPcr.n for the prlco and on tho terms h; I end conditions mentioned In said agree- i 1 ment and also for tho purpose of ratify- k . ' r am roving and adopting said agree- ,E . . Kit option and lease, a copy of which Is ""iff; .. (tn the secretary of said company. ,kv roo S aS Atlas block aforesaid, for tho I 1, ", 'ectlon of nny stockholder. ' Reorder of the board of directors. tj By oraerEJlOIjK MINING COMPANY. 9mW Rv Tj u ( OLBATH. Presldefit gWM WM I'lsrilEL. Secretary Mm KEITH-O'BRIEN COMPANY. P'$ Annual Meeting of Stockholders. K,:' The annual meeting of tho stockholders B& of the Keith-O'Brien company will bo HKf ''Ti Kalil ut the offlco of the company, room 'Bfe No 100 David Keith building, in Sale MXr'C t ,,kB City. Salt Lake county. Utah, on WSw(.- Tuesday January 17. 1906. at 2 o'clock p. BP"' in for the electlrn of officers and tho $.'.' ' tru'nsactlon of such other business as K. tlKill lawfully come before It. MP- tn G KIDDER. Secretary. Salt Lak-3 City. Utah. December 15. K-fr-' ' 150, UlW' W .