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0 THE OMATIA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , JANUARY 23 , 1R01.
COIIHERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Thera Was Boll News iu the Wheat Mnt-
kct Yesterday.
THAT CEREAL SURPRISED MANY PEOPLE
Corn Wn Very lull ( Imt thp Price Unther
rnvorcd tlio Hull * In the Tornnooo ,
with tlio Tendency tlio Other
l.nlcr.
CIIICACIO , Jan. 22. There was bull news In
the wheat matkot today of the kind which
usually excites the usual supporteru of that
ildo to daro.tho boars to do their worst.
They were ready to do battle on the danger
now threatening the next crop. The boars
stood pat on their old and well-tried reli
ance , on the much worn text , "Kufilelont
unto the day Is the ovll thereof. " Hull news
affecting next season's crop was Ineffectual
ns against an bO,000,000-bu. visible nupply.
Compared with Saturday's closing price
there was a dccllno of ? ( , e.
Corn suffered from a y,500,000-bu. Increase
in the vlslbln supply and declined > /e.
Provisions were strong nnd higher on
lighter receipts of boas than had boon
looked for.
Wheat surprised all people at the opening
by the strength It displayed. Not that there
was anything In the early news of a bearish
character , for quito the contrary was the
case , but there has boon a sutt'cd conviction
among a largo contingent of the speculative
operators that who it was deau , but the
feigns of life It gave this morning raised a
protest. Higher cables and predictions of a
old wave were the strong features early In
the session. The opening was from lfo to
„ . higher than Saturday's ' flguresvnnd after
holding fairly steady for a while became
weak , and prices declined from Jtfc to J e
frum the top llgure reached , then ruled more
quiet , nnd the closing was about ? 8'c lower
than on Satnrdny. May opened at 03 c , and
declined Irregularly to Mc. .
The corn market was very dull , but the
pi-lco rather favored the bulls In the fore
noon , with the tendency in thaother direc
tion later in the session. The receipts were
less than the estimates , but the increase in
the visible supply was heavier than was
satisfactory to holders. Business was /cry
dull , with teri-minuto Intervals between
trades in the middle of the session. May
sold sparingly at 88 c and gradually de
clined , closing at ! )8j ) e.
Business In oats was quiet and confined
almost entirely to local dealers. There was
not much disposition on the part of holders
to sell , and the tendency to buy was oven
smaller. Prices opened llrm nnd sold off in
sympathy with the larger markets. At iho
close the low prices of the day were made.
May sold from 030 / ' c down to [email protected]
! % c , which shows a decline of from , ' { 0 to
Js'o since Saturday.
Tho-provision market was sustained at an
advance over Saturday's closine prices.
There wcro reactions in the course of the
tlay's advance , but there was always a
strong hand felt under the market on its
weak spots. The days receipts of hogs were
only 2-1,000 head , instead of about 84,000 or
35,000 head , as expected , and the price at
the yards wan quoted from lOc to 20o higher.
That was the reason given for the strength
in the provision market.
The estimated receipts of hogs for , tomor
row are only 20,000 head , and that gave ad
ditional strength to the products. May pork
was the article over which speculators
fought with much activity , closing 25c higher
than Saturday. May lard7Jtfc and ribs \ ytc
higher.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow : Wheat ,
KM cars : corn , 423 cars ; oats , 150 cars ; hogs ,
20,000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
( 'abb quotations were as follows :
Fi.ouu Dull ; easy.
WIIRAT No. 2 spring , 69'jc ; No. 0 spring ,
DOc ; No. 2 red , D07ic.
COIIN No. 2 , 33i : .
OATS-NO. 2 , [email protected] ; No. 2 white , 29 = tfc ;
Nn.i : white , 27'jffl'8 ! ! ! ' C.
HYK No. 2 , 44c.
HAIII.GY No. 2 , nominal : No. 3 , f. o. b. , 42 ®
C2oNo. ; 4. f. o. b. , 38I643C.
| 'I.AX SKKD No. 1 , tl.37.
TIMOTHY HBRU 1'ilmo , J4.40.
I'oitK Mc s. per bill. , J13.25 ; lard , per 100
His. , $7.82 > iit7.80 ( ; short ribs sides ( loose ) ,
r0.77' ' ; < ft0.b25 ! : dry sal'od shotildurs ( boxudi ,
Hl.20iiO.uOi short clear sides ( boxed ) , $7.00 ®
7.50.
WHISKY Distillers' flulsbcd goods , per gal. ,
fl,15.
uoAIIS Unchanged : cut loaf , $5.30 ; gran
ulated , $4.G1 ; standard A , 14.40.
The follow ! : ) ; ; were the receipts and shlp-
montsfor today :
On the 1'roduce oxchanco todnv < lho butler
market was llrm ; creamery , 1031lu ! ; Uairy ,
15a lc. KSB I llrmor ; fresh. 12jjljOl3c.
Ntv Vnric .MiirotH.
NKW Voilic , Jan. 22. Ft.oiin Ilocelptn , 21-
700 bbls. ; exports , 22,000 bills. ; sales , 12,000
pkgs. ; market tlull with buyers and sellers
lOc : apart. It Is rumored that spring
patents are Rolling at JJ.85. Kxports
doing very llttlo. City mill patents ,
J4.1D4.30 : winter patents , 83.40Ji3.50 ; city
tor low grades , * 1.002.25 ; sprlnir new grades ,
H.001.00 ; spring extras , S1.0Oa2.40 ; houth-
n n Hour , steady : common to fair uxtra , J2.20 ®
2.70 ; good to choice extra'J.703.40 ' : rye Hour ,
quint jMiporllno$2.7023.85 ; fancy'J.85f53.00 ;
buckwheat Hour , dull and neglected ; * 2.r > 0 ®
' ' '
'lltfcKWHEAT Nominal ; Canada ex-bond ,
J2.BO.
COIIN MHAI. Steady : yellow western , J2D5ffi
2.75 ; bnindv liio , i70.
KVK Nominal ; Jamuiry. 50c delivered.
HAHI.KY Dull ; No. 2. Milwaukee , 4445o :
two-rowed Htato , OlMMSc.
llAiu.UY Jl.M.T Dull : western , C&aflOc : sl.x-
niwi-d , 80 85c.
\VllKAT Ilecolpts , 13,000 bt ) . : c.xporl.i , 10,000
liu. ; bales , l,4UOUOi ( bu. fulurea and 04,000 bit.
Kiot. | Hjiot market dull ; No. 2 red , In store
und elevator , 057 o ; .Ulont , 07 ! < c ; f , o. ! > . ,
I17' < c ; No , 1 northoin , 71c. Options were
llrm early on the cold wave west and llrmur
t'ablos , but bold olT In the afternoon on general
liquidation , closing at U nut ilecllne ;
No. 2 red , January , closed at ( ! 5J4o ; I'obtuary.
rOiffiOO'.c. , ( clov < Ut OOU.Cj Mnrcl. . . closed at
OATS KiTeipt . 07,200 bit. ; exports , 10,000
bu. ; Miles , IDo.utiU 1m. futures and U2uoo bu.
wt'storn , abiMDc ; tracu , wlilto btato , 3fitt40c.
Option inaiKot opened linnet- with corn and
\vhi > atbut ttirnoil weak litter , olmlns at > io not
( lei-line : March closed at 34 fcj May , 3IA.J6
34 ' .c , closed in 34-Sc.
Coit.N Uecelpts , 34nOO bu , ; exports , 72,300
bu , ; buli'u , OUU.OOU bu. futurcH mid 130,000 bu.
Knot. unt market llrm and iiulet ; No. 2 ,
In dlovator , 431iW44c alloat : ungraded
mhi'il , 430 ! hteamur mixed ; , 42 ? c. Options
oiii'iied stiong on talk of smaller receipts
owing to lucri'itbcd fiolght rates , lo t ull the
udviincoon the big visible lnctiabc und closed
it UUc net di'Cllne ; January closed 42ac ;
R'bruiiry. 42 > 4it43Hc. ( cioai-d 4i ! c ! March
43 > ii443c ( , closed 435ci May , -MHQMoi.c
.
HAY Dulls shluplng , { 0,00 ; good tocholco.
lloii ) Dull ) btuto , common to choice ,
E''e : I'aclllo coast , lHfei2o !
UiiiK.s-titoudy ; wet salted New Orleans
lulvcted , 4fjiltJO Jb.s. . 4lilft5Hc ; Texas ,
soliM'tt-d , arxTiotllbs. , 4rtooj ( lltiuno ! ! Ayrra , dry.
ZOQ24 Ibs. , lOiiOlloi Texan , Ury , 24 30 Ibs. ,
8c.
- hemlock solo , liuonos
ht to heavy wclirhu , 14S31'Jc. (
o.vK-lteof. dull ; tl4.ou3lfi.00 ;
extra mnsH , JH.oiV3H.no : buef hams , 117 ; city
rxtra Iiidla-'incb.s , f20.00Q23.oo. Cut meats ,
dull ; plclJt'd uullloH , 7iO ! c ; nlckled
ilioulders , Ui ) < SO c" pickled hum * , O HU'ic.
l.ard , tlruicr ) ucstern leatu cluawd ut } J..0 |
option naloi. 825 tiT"o ! ( ! January $ q 10 ,
closed nt 18.16 ndkodt I > britiiry , ( H.O nom
inal : March. (8 nominal ; rcllnud , itil | < it : con
tinent , 13.00 ; S. A. , JO.OOt pDliinoil'ld , 10.00.
I'ork , dtrndvi II\T me * ' , J14.riOWH 7ii ! extra
prl-no , ! llhtl ) ! ( 1.00 ; fumlly , tlu.U5810.2rii
short dear. SIQ.OJ1B17.50.
ItimEitMarket steady ! woilorn dairy ,
IW'tncf western creamery , lHtJ25'c ' ; west
ern far-lory. 15ii'io : ; niglni , 23'41 % . . , .
CIIKF.MIyiatu : , liirvc , Oitll-UC ! nmall , 12'ic ;
part skims , -tftlOt ! ) full skims. il3c. ! ?
Ivnos fjuloti wcstorn fresh , l.TfjUlfc.
TAi.ixw-Quloi ( city it'2 prr pkg.i. 6 c.
I'KTiiot.KDMSto'uly : united closed SOL- bids
Wimhltiffton , barrels , 50 : Washington , In bulk ,
jl.r : > ( l : rullneil Now Vnrk , ! ) , ! & : I'lill dnlphlu
nndlliiltlinoro , tS.IO ; Philadelphia nnd Ilnltl-
inoro. In hulk , $2.00.
HOHix-tJilot | | 8ti aincd , common to good ,
JUiVJI I ' 7.
Tuni'tixiiNr.Quiet : 30i < ft30' < < . . . .
IlifK-'Htcntlvt ilomesllc , fair to extra , 3i5 !
uHrj.Inpan , 4 , ( .
Mni.Aii.SK4 Dull ; Now Orleans open koltle ,
good to cholco , 30R33C.
I'm Ittox-Diilli American , $12.00aiC.OO.
CoPi'Klt-n.iiy ; lake , $10.
J.nAD-Htoady ; tlomestlc , J3.10.
Tix-Dullt straits , J10.7f > .
Hi'F.i.TKii-Hlaad.V ! domcstli * . $3. 12' ' { hid.
iorrox HnEii tlfr-Htcidy : ; prime , aOilSli * ;
oir criulfl , 20i-r2H ( > ! nlmlco yellow , 37 < f.3Hc :
prime while , H'JV l"oj prime yellow , 35U30c ;
yellow , butter grado3aS3Uc. .
Huri.ut Hniv. strotiKj Hales , nonni rnllnod ,
I'aslL'r ; oir A , 3Vi&l'c ; mould A , 4 7-IOai"ic ,
Htanilard A , 4 l-lO'tftUct confeotlonors' A ,
4 loinCMMi' ; cut loaf , 4 15-105 5 < iic ; crinhod ,
4 5-10It41iii' ;
lateil.
3 15
3'
3 ( C .
13 , 3 ? < C.
. Oni tint I'riiilitvu Alurlirt.
IlUTTr.ii The marl.-ct rontlnuos to bo well
mi jj | il led. Thuro is but little demand cxcopt
flit-strictly line stock. Choice country , 143
100 ; uiickliu stork , ll&l'Jc.
DHESSEIII'otii.THY 'J'ho supply Is heavy
with lint llttlo trade. I'rlcos remain nboul
xtatlonai-y. Chlckeni , OlUIr ; turkeys , STcOc :
gepso and dui'kn , 85j,0Inferior stock would
sell below the nlmvn Ilium's.
I.IVK I'oin.TiivThuio U sumo domain ! for
choice slocl ; and the maiKot Is falrlv wull sup-
Iilicul. ( Jood slock Is quotable at . .Tt.Gc.
VKAlTho arrivals aru nut heavy and the
market llrm at pro vlous niiotat Ions ; rholco
small and fut veals , 7 < S7'ic ; thin or heavy ,
.
AMK 1'ialilo chickens , < iuall and vonNon
out of season , and Ihcro Is but little on the
market ovcc'pt ( lurks. Canada geese , 10 ; nml-
lard ducks. Ja.ooa'-Mit ) ; rabbits , Jl.0i4 ( {
2.00 : smiill rabbit" , tl ; squirrels , 70c.
Koos The receipts are not particularly
heavy , but the market N overstocked with
former shipment * , which dealers find It hard
to got rid of. h'roili block , 12ii l4c ; cold
storage , 10ft 12c.
I loxuv Choice whl to clover , lOc ; Cali
fornia , lOc.
OVSTEII.S Medium , I. X. L. , 13c ; horseshoes ,
J8o ; extra .standards , 20c ; selects. 21i- ; extra
selects , 22j ; company selects , 2oc : counts , 30c.
Noia-Clinstiuiw , 12c per 111. ; Italian
chestnuts , 12 < f > 13c ; ilmondn , 18ci Knglish wal
nuts , 12ai4e : lltburts , 12He ; Ilrazllnuts , , 11 ®
12c : pecans , large , 12i 14c ; pecans , mciltttin ,
lOc. The marketon black walnuts Is low and
no ono wants lo buy.
UEASS California hand-picked navy , tl.OOS
2.00 ; western navy , $1.8531. 00 ; common whltu
beans. Sl.BtKSJl.To.
Oxioxs Onions are quoted at BOiJOSc , and
on orders at G5B > 70o ; Spanish onions , per
cm to , $10.
W'ATKltCllKSS Out of the market.
I'OTATOiss ' Nebiasku , low.i nml Mlnno'sota '
crown pjlatoos. In bmall lots from store , ( i"TO
70c ; same In car lots , COc ; Colorado , from
store , 75c : Colorado lots , 0870c.
OAitnAOK Ordorsforcabbago from the coun
try are tilled at 2c porlb.
Ciif.EitY Koors According to slzo , 40ttGOj
per do/ .
Cr.r.EitY Good stock , 33c ; extra fancy Cali
fornia. 50csafl.OO.
SWEET I'OTATOM The supply U fair ; good
stock , per bbl. , f3.50.
OUKIN VKOKTAIILKS Spinach , per bbl. , $2 ;
salsify , 30U3oc per Uo/ . : radishes , par
doz. , ! )0n ) ; cndlvo , per doz. , 70u ; onions ,
perdoz. , 20c ; caiillllower , per flu/ , $1.5032,00 ;
lettuce , p'jrdo5037Cc : cucumbers. $2 ; toina-
toos. per crate of 20 Ibs. , $2 ; string beans ,
12.50 per ? i-bii. box : parsley , per doz. , 30c ; egg
plant , per do/ . , $2.50.
VI1UIT3
GIUPIJS There are no Catawbas on the mar
ket ; Malagas , oer 50-lb. bbjs. . net , * 3.25SO.OO ;
Malagas , per 55-1 b. bills. , net , SO.Oo3JG.60.
OAMFOiixtA KIIUIT.S Oallfornla fruits nro
entirely olT Iho market.
Ai'i'ijM Tlio supply is light on this market
and prices higher ; fancy western , SI. 9032.00
per box.
CiiANiiEuniES Cranberries are arriving very
freolv nnd are In good dornind ; O.vpo Coa.
per bbl. , JO.0030.50 ; boll and bugle. $0.50 ;
Jersey , $0.0330.25 ; boll and cherry , 45.
THO PICA t. FIIUIT3.
BANtXAS Prices i-Jtnaln about steady : par
bunch , large , $ -.OOil'J.50 ; per bunch , btnall to
medium , S1.75-.00.
IjEMONS New Messina lonious , slzo 300 ,
$5.50 ; sbo 300 , $525115.50.
OnANOna Mexicans , per box , $2.DO ; largo
sizes , $2.2532.40 ; fancy Plorldas , J2.75 ; cholco
Florlclas , J2.00.
TANQEIIINUS Per box , $2.75.
GilAl'E KIIUIT 1'or box , V4.
runs.
Ronr No. 1 black , largo , $20.00325.00 ;
medium , tlB ; small , $ H.OO10.00 ; black year
lings , large , J12.00315.00 ; medium , $10 ; small
$7 ; black cubs , large , $0.01)38.00 ) ; medium ,
$5,0030.00 : small , $4 ; black Montana and
Itncky mountiln , largo , $18.i0322.00modlum ( ; ,
$14 ; small , $10 ; black Montana yearlings ,
largc,912 ; medium , $8 ; small , $5 ; black Mon
tana cubs , largo , $0.50 ; medium , $ l.50Htnalt ; ,
$3 ; silver tip , largo , $20 ; medium , $12 ; small ,
$8 ; silver tip yearlings , large , $11 ; medium , $3 ;
small , $5 ; silver tip cubs largo , $0 : medium ,
$4.50 ; small. $3 ; brown , largo , . $20.00325.00 ;
medium. $10 ; small , $12 ; yearlings , large ,
$10.00312.00 ; medium , $8 ; binall , $0 ; cubs ,
largo , $7 ; medium , $5 ; small , 83 ; badger No. 1
Inriro , $1.0031.50 ; medium. COc : .small. 50c :
Usher No , 1 largo , 78 ; medium , 80 ; small , $ t ;
fox bllvor , as to color according to beauty-
No. 1 large , $100 : medium , $0'J ; small , $40 ;
silver pale , according to beauty , largo , $50 ;
medium , $30 ; small $20 ; cro&3 , largo , $7 ;
medium , $3 ; smitll , $2 ; red , lurgo , $1 50 ;
medium , $1.25 ; small , $1 ; gray , large.
75c ; medium , DOc : sm-ill , 4 ( Jo : kit
large , 5'Jc ; medium. 40c ; small , 30c.
lynx , No.l largo , $3 ; medium , $2 ; small , $1.50 ;
marten. No. 1 , largo , I'll medium , $1.50 ; small ,
$ lmlnk. ; No. 1 , largo , 8Dc321.00 ; medium ,
75c : small , 05c ; mink , dark. No. 1 , largo , $1 ;
medium , 75c ; smitll , GOc ; mountain lion , per
fect head and feet , No. 1 , large , $1.002-2.00 ;
Imperfect skins. 25Q.50C ; otter. No , 1 , large ,
$8 ; medium , ffl.0037.00 ; small , $5 ; otter , pale ,
No. 1. largo , $7 ; medium , $5 ; small , * 4 ; raccoon ,
No. 1 , largo. 80c ; medium , OuV ; small , 50c :
raccoon , black , as to bounty. No. 1 , largo , GOe }
$2.00 ; skunk-black , C'ibud , No. 1 , largo , $1.25 ;
medium , 75c ; small , 50c ; short , strlpocl , largo ,
$1 ; medium , 70c : small , 45c ; narrow .strlpud ,
largo , GOc ; medium , 40c ; binall , 25c ; broad
striped , large , 2J25c ; wolverine , No. 1 , large ,
$1 ; medium , $3 ; small , $2 ; wolf mountain , No.
1 , large , $3 ; medium , f2 ; small , $1.50 ; prairie ,
large , 70375c ; medium , OOc ; small , 50c ;
beavnr per skin , No. 1 , large , $5.01130,00 ;
medium , $4.50 ; small , $2 ; kits , largo , $2 ;
medium , $1.50 ; small , 75c ; muskr.its winter ,
No. 1 , large , lOffillc ; medium , Uc ; small , 7ct
fall , largiH3'Jc ; mudlum , 7c ; .small , Go ; kits ,
largo , * 23c ,
II1IHN. TAI.T.OW , KT&
Iltnns No. 1 greomhldos , 2.l'33c { ; No. 3 green
hldus,2Uc : No. 1 green halted hldus , 3a3McNo. :
2groon > .altcd hides , 23'2Uc ; No. Igruen sal ted
hides , 25 Ibs. to10 Ibs. , 3uc ; No. 2greon salted
hldes.25 llx. to 40 Ibi. , 2io2Me : No. 1 veal c.tlf ,
8 IDs. lo 15 | li4..r > ViUUi ! : No. 2 vo.tl calf , 8 Ibs.
to 15 Ibs. , 4u ; No. t dry Hint hides , 5u ; No. 2 dry
Hint hides 3c : No. 1 dry halted hides , 4c.
1'iirt cured hides iic per III. less than fully
cured
iJUKBiI'ut.TSGroon salted , each , 25300c ;
green salted shearlings ( short woolod early
skins ) , each 53l5c ; dry bhoarllngs ( short
woolud early skins ) , No. 1 , each 5310c ; dry
bhoarllngs ( short woolod early skins ) . No. u
each 5c ; dry Hint , Kansas and Nebraska
bulchor wool polls , per II ) . , actual weight , 53
8c ; dry Hint , Kansas and Nebraska murrain
wool bolts , par Ib. , actu tl weight , 430o ; dry
Hint Colorado butcher wool polls , per II ) . ,
actual weight , 437edry : Hint Colorado mur
rain wool polt.s , per H ) . , actual weight , 430c.
Colteo .MiirKot.
NEW YOUK , Jan. C2. COFFEB Outlons
opened harder and stundy ; 1'obruary , un
changed ; others 5315 points lower ;
Males , U.OOO bags , Including : January , J 17. 1)1) )
( a$17.05Kobrtiary$10.45(31ii.60March$10.l5 ; ( : ;
April , ir > . ( ! 5 ; May.Jl5.7D3in.80 ; Juno. $15.00 ;
July , $15.35 ; September , SM.'Joiiln.UU. .Spot
colieo , Ulo , dull and casolr ; No. 7 , $18 ; mild ,
tnacllvoand nominal ; Cordova , $ 20.00320.25.
SA.NTOS , Jan. 22 COFKKK Quiet ; good av-
urngo per U ) kilos. $15.00 ; ri > cclpt.s , 10,000
bags : shipments to United .States , 5,1100 bags ;
purchases fur the United States , 15.0UO bugs ;
block , 120,000 bags.
llAMiiuiKi , Jan. 22. Market tlull | [email protected] ! pfg.
lower.
IlAViit : , Jan. 22. Market dull.
Hio nn JANEIIIO , Jan. -C'ovi'tE Klrm ;
No. 7. 115.75 ; receipts for the week , 08,000
bags ; purchitbus for United States , 49.000
bats ; purchases for Kuropc. 10,000 bags ; tdilp-
monlt. to United States , 2uoOO , bags ; stock ,
184,000 bags. _ [
\VliHtr Aturlcet.
MiNNKAroUK , Jan. 2 : ! . Wheat closed very
weak , although at the ojienlng there xvus con-
Blderablo strength , Ituceliits were 325 cars
and shipments 40 cars. Millers were actlvo
buyers of spot whuitt olfored on track. The
arrivals were cleared olT the inurUot early ut
auout 01U < 301Vo ; some lots that cume In
later were hold after the drou at C0 ? o. Mity
wunt nt ( Uc , with the Html close nominally ut
GUlic. MlllurH who luivti falrstooUs In btoro
were the principal buyers , taking the fresh
urilvals for grinding und leaving their store
grain for later use , when they expect llttlo
grain wilt bo In hero to tell to keep up their
supply. Stocks In country elevators decreased
lOO.uOO bu. for the past week. Cold weather ,
with talk of positive winter wheat damage
und Ichsdlbcnuraglngoitblui * wuro the lending
causes or the early udvanciYund the regular
ualoi the uau of the do
t-lino at the end , Smaller receipts nro
talked of after a few day * , but tlmt Is
lee ( -pondont i on circumstances to create
miioh present Inton-st , Mlnnoapolls public
stocks Increaird UO.tlOO Int. , but prh nto stocks
showed a small drrroasr , tint made a not Increase -
crease of 77.UJO bit. for the week , public nnd
nrlvntn. The aitgregnto rooelim here and ut
Uilltlth were l,15ir,0)0 ( ) bu. The farm snlc-rfor
the throe states wcro estimated nt less Ihnll
1.000,000 bu. lastweok. May opened ntOlc ,
sold tip to Clue and closed nt OOSCI July
opened at 02 'ir , wont to 03c , and closed at
02'c ' : Jnnuiiry closed nt OOc. Track wheat
rlojcdi No. 1 hard , G3r > . ! No. 1 northern , GOSic !
No. 2 northern , oouci No. 3 northern , 5Uc.
The cloai Ings for > lay anil July were a llttlo
nbovo 3,000,000 ijti , today. There Is u good
domntid for Hour , with sales equaling the
day's output of genie 18,000 bbls.
uuoi.
of the Article nt London Were
Itonitliy hold.
. , Jan. 22. At the wool sales today
8,327 bales of mi nvorngo Roloctlon , with n
bolter show of cross breed" , olTerod. Offorlngs
of himln were larger than usual and sold read
ily. Ori-asy merinos are still going largely to
1'ranco. The following are today's sales In de
tail ! Sydni-y , 3.787 bales , scoured , lOdOls 3d.
greasy , GflU'idj ' Queensland , 387 bales ,
scoured , IddSis , greasy , 0'iT59V4d | Victoria ,
1,784 bales , scoured , Is31s O'Sd ' , greasy. 03
lld | Adelaide , ftt5 b.ilc.s , scoured , llilttls ;
greasy. 4't't'Jd ( ; t.'apo of Ciood Ilopo and Natul ,
184 b'lles ' , scoured , Is 1'itl ' , greasy , 51j liUd.
ST. IjOUH. Jan. 22.- Slowness and weakness
contlnuo to characterize ) the wool market ,
1'rlccs nro not iiuutably clmngod ,
Nt. Lulls .MlirKcin.
ST. I.ottis. Jan. 22. Kr-outi Very quiet
wlthoutchatue ; extra fancy , S2.6032.70.
WIIKAT Hold up ! { c easy on buying by
shorts , but after u brlof ktrugglo to hold on
went to pieces nnd bDcamohuml-domorallrod ,
closing ! i3i- ? ( below Saturday's closo. All the
li.lluoncos were bullish from weather to
foreign news , but they had lllllu effect on the
market ; No. 2 red , cash , closed ut C7.ic ! ;
January , 50V ; I'obrtiary , 57)fc ) ; May , Ol'B ®
GHic ; July , Wtf ,
Con.v Lost " .eon the heavy Increase In the
vlslblu supply ; No. 2 mixed , cash nnd Jan
uary , closed nl 3ic : : Pobruary , 33Uc ; Muy ,
34 C53 I , i' ; July , 3Si' .
OATS Wuro weitkor ; No. 2 cash and January
closed at2Sc ; May , 30'5c. '
KYK IllithniXo. ! . 2 , 4Hc.
UAUU-.Y Nothing doing.
IlitAN Higher ; east track , sacked , 50c.
PI.AX SF.r.ii-tJnchaiigod.
Cl.ovhll HKIIII Ijnncr : J8.6039.25.
HAY Unrhatigedj prime to cholco timothy ,
$9.00310.00.
Hirrrmt tiirhangcd ; separator creamery ,
EdTrs-lllglipr ; 12SJC.
I < KAI > ( Julut ; i3.
Sl'KITiil-f3.27',5i3,30. :
COIIN JltAr. f I 05.
HAOQINO rnclmngod.
IKON COTTON TIM Unchanged , 03r.SJl.00.
I'ltoviHio.N : ) ririn , shade hlglior , but llttlo
doing. I'ork , standard mess , 113.75. I.ard ,
prime steam. $7.75. Dry salt meats , loose
shoulders , $0.25 ; longs and rlbi , ? G.80 ; shorts.
(0.05 ; boxed , 16c more. Ilacon , packed
shoulders , $7.25 : longs , 47.50 : ribs , $7.02JS ;
shorts , $7.7537.87'j '
HucKii'TS I'lour , 0,000 hbls. ; wheat , 21,000
bu. ; corn , 273,000 bu. : oats , 77,000 bu.
SHIPMENTS Klour , 0,000 bins. ; wheat , 2,000
Uu. ; coin , 58,000 bu. ; oats , 25,000 bu.
No\v York Ilrjlouds MnrkoN
Nr.w YOIIK. Jan. 22. The week opened with
weather conditions favorable to the dry goods
market , but a sharp bro ik In the price of raw
cotton and a dull and heavy market for wool
sorvoa as an onset In accordance with the
habit of buyers to coullno purchases to actual
wants , and at present the outlook Is for a
qulot market , blocks nro down to so small n
point , however , ns to give n fairly steady
undertone to the general market. Cotlon
goods are holding their own barely as to
prices , owing to the weakness In raw cotton ,
with demand fairly active. Print cloths are
qulot nnd possibly a shade easier , with 23c the
best bid for extras. Dross goods suitable for
spring anil summer moot with a moderate de
mand and other styles neglected. Korolgn dry
ggods arc steady. Vnrns are liullfTerent. The
jobbing Irado shows some tendency toward
Improvement ,
IMInvnttUeo .Ilitriints.
MIMVAUKEK , Jan. 22. FLOUII Qulot and un
changed ,
WHEAT Klrmnr ; No. 2 spring , OOc ; No. 1
northern. 05c ; Muy , Gl c.
COIIN Steady ; No. 3 , 34c.
OATS Quiet and lower ; No. 2 white , 2D5c [ ;
No. 3 white , 2lUe.
BAULKY Steady ; No. 2 , 40c ; sample , on
track , 4152c.
ItYU-Steady : No. 1 , 47V c.
I'uovisio.NS Higher ; pork , $13.30 ; lard ,
$7.80.
llECEiiTS I'lour , 3,000 bbls. ; wheat , 11,700
bu. ; barley , 20,400 bu.
Sini'MLNTS I'lour , 1,000 bbls. ; wheat , 0,800
bu. ; barley , 800 bu.
1'c-orla Grain Muricor.
PEOIHA. Jan. 22. Conx Market firm nud
higher ; No. 2 , 33c ; No. 3 , 33c.
OATS Market flrm , steady : No. 2 white ,
[email protected] : No. 3 white , 282ajfe.
KYE Market steady ; No. 2 , 4G348c.
WHISKY Market ifrm ; high wines , basis ,
$1.15.
RECEIPTS Wheat , 4,200 bu. ; corn , 358,000
bu. ; oats , 5,800 bu , ; rye , 10,100 bu.
SHIPMENTS Wheat , 3,000 bu. ; corn , 32,500
bu. : oats , 45,100 bu. ; rye , none ; barley ,
10,500 bu. _
Vltililo Uraln Ml p ply.
NEW VOUK. Jan. 22. The vlslblo supply of
grain Saturday , January 20 , as compiled by
iho Now York Pioduco exchange , Is as fol
lows : ,
In- Ie-
Ilinhols. crease. crease
Wheat . 80,384,000 . 50,000
Corn . 13,850,000 0,510,000 .
Oats . 4,117,000 144,000 .
Kyo . 587.000 13,000 .
Ilarloy . 2,194,000 33,000 .
Kitnsus City .Muruuts.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 22. WIISVT ! } c higher ;
No. 2 hard , 524c ! ; No. 3 reil,53J5c.
Coux Jic lower : No. 2 mixed , 30t3301c ! [ ;
No. 2 while , 32332KC.
OATS Unchanged ; No. 2 mixed , 28K < 329o ;
No. 2 white. 29 30c.
Eoos I'lrnipr ut lie.
KECBII-TS Wheat , 11,000 bu. ; corn , 2,000
bu. ; oats , none.
SHIPMENTS Wheat , 12,000 bu. ; corn , none ;
oats , none. _
Liverpool 4lliiri < nts.
Livnni-oor , , Jan. 22. Wimvr Steady ; demand
mand poor ; holders oll'or moderately ; 'No. 1 ,
California , 5s 3id5s ! 4d ; No. 2 , winter , 5s
2d5s 3d.
COIIN Steady ; demand moderate ; mixed
western , 4s 3d.
I'UOVISIO.NS I'ork , prime mess , line , 75s.
Iteof , extra Iiidl- , , HK Bacon , long and fchort
clear , 55 Iba. , 38sGd ; long clear , 45 Ibs , 4s. ( )
Lard , 40s Od. _
C'ottnn A
NEW Oitr.CANS , Jan. 22. COTTON I'uturos ,
steady ; sales , lO.'i.OKO bales : January , $7.12
$7.15 ; 1'obruary. $7.'G37.27 ; .March , $7.37
447.38 ; April. * 7.47 < T47.48 : May , $7.30 ; Juno ,
$7,0337.04 ; July. J7.70a7.71 ; ' August , $7.77.
Snoteasy : middling , 75-10c ; low middling ,
7Jic ; good ordinary , 0ic ; net receipts , t,5uu )
bales ; sales , 4,500 Dale- . .
Duliith Who ic .l
RDIAJTII , Jan. 22. This market closed
very Irregular. Close ; No. 1 hard , cash ,
C2Mc ; January , G0c } ; May , G4ac ; July ,
GOc ; No. 1 northoin , cash , Glc : January ,
50c ; May , G3ou ! ; July , 04Jic : No. 2 northern ,
cash , 67Wc ; No. 3 northern , 62)ic ) ; rejected ,
470.
MlniK ) ipoll * U heat Stocks.
Mi.NNKAVOi.is , Jan. 22. The Northwestern
tllller reports the stock of wheat In elevators
of Minneapolis at 1,02(1,000 bu , , a decrease
over liibt Monday of 12,000 bu. This makes
the tolal stock of Minneapolis and Duliith
23,805,307 bu. , an Increase or 285,400 bu.
STOCKS AXI > 11ONDS.
bpeculittlott In Siiunr rthurcs Win tlio Fea
ture lu .Seenrltli-s Yrsterdiiy.
NE\V YOHK , Jan. 22 , The feature of
today's stock market was the speculation In
Sugar shares , which were very actively
traded in. A selling movement was organ
ized at the opening ; of business , based on the
belief that the tariff debate in the house
today would dcmonstrato that the sugar ro-
liners had llttlo to hope for In the way of
protection. The 11 fa I prlco nuulo showed u
break of "j j per cent In Sugar preferred nnd
* ( per t-ont in the common , followed by n
further dccllno of > per cunt In the latter.
Insiders then began to buy nnd a recovery
of ? 4 per cent was made In the preferred nnd
} $ per cent In the common , which Induced a
frcsti drlvo on the part of the short Interest
especially directed against the common ,
which receded 1J { not- cent , the preferred
reacting ) { per cent. The debate In con
gress not tnklug the turn anticipated , bolng
devoted mainly to the bounty question , the
boars grow frightened und begun to cover
their purchases. The loss on the day was
lf per cent on the preferred and % per pp'jl-
on the common. Tlio general JJsMvr.3"weul > -
at the opening and A radum lower except
for Atnorlcap.Tobacco , which was down Ik'
per cent.
London was In the market ns a seller of
St. Paul , AtchUon. Ixoulavlllo ft Nashville
and Union Pacific , and the London market
for American securities wus woulc. assisting
tlio depression In this uuirlf ct. The curly
trading wus heavy , but some good buying
orders coming lu from tno west , lu Chicago
Oas from Plilladelt.hla . In the BranireTs and
from Boston In Athlson ntnl Cloiiorul Kloo-
trie , the temper M iboeiilatlon underwent n
clmngo nnd prices generally recovered the
early loss , whllo In nome Instntu'csn higher
rnniro of quotations WAS osUblishcd , A
slight reaction fo ) ! < ) wcil nbout tl o'clock ,
mninly duo to thc rinllness which provnllcd
nnd thn lack of mipportln ? orders. During
the suet-coding hour and a half the market
was linn on .1 small volume of business nnd
values nnurcolnwi V to 1 per cent , A brief
period of depression'jibaut 10:30 : n. m. was
followed by nn upward turn , in which the
specialties wore most prominent , nnd later
on decline ; ! . After dollvery hour the specu
lation ncatn bccalno'rtrm nnd held this tone
to the close , the llmil sales bclnc undo nt
an ndvanco on the closing figures of Satur
day In n majority of Instances.
The Post says : The small speculators
looked for n sharp reaction today , and this ,
perhaps , explains ivhy no such reaction
namo. At tlio start professional sellers were
both most numerous nnd most vociferous.
London helped In the sales , although today's
foreign selling dilolly originated , doubtless ,
In New York. It found u congc.ilnl ntmos-
phoro In London , where the govern
ment movement In the oxchnngo itinrkut
has caused n mixture of perplexity nud ills-
may. Hut these curly sales , though at Ilrst
the result was lower prices , mot with u very
unlocked for resistance- . The granger stocks ,
especially , were bought a shade below the
opening In as largo quantities ns'traders
dared to offer , nnd tbo selling movement
si tokened nnd n r.ipld recovery followed in
stantly. The buying was not aggressive ,
but It was quito enough to scare the specu
lators for the decline , and , as a consequence ,
oven the plans for n continuous break lu
Sugar certificates were n bruptly checked.
Tno following are the closintr quotations on
the loading stocks on the Now York ex
change today :
The range of nrlcos as reported "by J. W
Deunu & Co. , Hoard of Trmlo hull , Is as follows :
Stocks. Upon High Low. Close
Brio 18 * 15H
IMcllloMall 111
I..A.N. . . 44 4t4.U ; |
Northwestern 101 lllll ! ! 10114
Mo. Pacific Ji.li
Union Pacific 1HW 1 )4 )
N 1'ncltle , pTd II )
N. Paeltlo com. . . . K
O. n. A Q 77M
mil.
Huek iRl.-ind U7K .
St. Paul ' . . . . - At ) fit )
Wenli-rn Union 81 } II
Sugar Trust i HIT 8 IK BUM
New Enirlaiul 1H 14 > fj
Alchlqon , 11W 11M
Chicago Gas OHM 07M coks
Ho.idliiir i -0)S 20 ? JOJ.J
Del. , V Hudson :
0. C. F * ! . , < <
B. O. K 'III' W : ID
Cordajro K ) 1 ! )
The tolal sales of stocks today wuro 217,000
shares , Including : Atchlsrtn , 7.100 ; American
Fugar , 70.200 : Illirlliifrton , 10'JOO : Chicago
Gas , 9,300 ; Distillers' , 0,200 ; Louisville &
Nashville , 4,400r .Now York & Now England ,
6,300 ; Northwestern , 10,000 ; Heading , 4,000 ;
Hock Island , 7,000 : SL 'r Paul , 38,700 ; Western
Onion. 15,400. - " '
Now York Money Mnrlcol.
NEW Yens , Jtlh ; 22. MONEY ox UAMT
Easy all per centr'lastloan , 1 percent ; clos
ing nt 1 percent.
PniMB MF.KCANTir.n PAi-F.K 3'J5'S per cent.
STBnLixn EXCIIANUB Dull , with actual
business In bunkers' bills at4.80V44.8GJi for
demand , and 4.844.84J { for sixty-day bills ;
poslod rates , $4.804.88.
BII.VRH UEUTIFICATES G7c.
QOVEUNMCNT UO.NIJS Strong. State bonds.
Inactive.
The closing quotations on Dona ? :
U.S.4B10 ? 11 U St. U AS.t'.Oen. M ml
IT. S.-lsconp 113 St. Paul Consols. . . 127
IJ. S. 4Ktrcff Uli St. P.O. A P. iRts. . 107 ! (
l'acltloOaof'03. . . . 1U2 T. P. Ij. O. T , IletH. 70M
I > n.8tinipoil . . . . T. P. H. G.Tr. Hot ! 20 S
Missouri GH 100 U , P. iHls lll.W
Tonii. new 621 Us. . 100 VffKt Shorn Ida
Tenti. now aot fi3. . tlH K. O. W. 1st 70
Tonn. nuwsetilu. . . 74 AtchlHun 70
Cunmlu So. MH 10.1 doJH A Ml
Con. Pacific Int. . . W'U n. H. A , S. A. Us. . . . 100
.JbU. o. lats lli : do 7 offoi-od. . . . 1)1 )
D. &U. G. 43 t77 If. A.T.O. fis 102
Erlo'Jils 77W H. Ai T. C. ( ! H 101 !
M. K. & T. Gen. 08. 1 ( 6N. | C. Oa of'd IIS
M. 1C. & T. Gen. 0-1 TDJi'N. ' C. Is 01) )
Mutual Union U . . 111' ) iTenn , old ( ) ill )
N. .1. C. Int. Cort. . 11 IK Va. Centuries 551
N. Paelile Ibis 107KIS C , Non. fund 112
N. 1'ac.'JU "IDilAhi. elaB A DA
N. W. Consols IDS 'Ala. ' class II 117
K. W. Rcb. ( is IDSH'Ala. ' el.iHi 0 oa
Si. tj. & . I. M. H. Bs. T2 lAla. CtirmnuliiH. . . . Dfl
llostnu htnck OtiucitniiiH.
riosTON , Jan. 22. Call loam , 1J2 ! per cent ;
time loans , -iil per cnnt. Closing itio-
tatloni on stocks , bonds and mining shares :
Kan 1'rniioiscn AlinlriR Ount-ttloiM.
BAN KIIVNCISCO , Jan. 22. The olllel
notations tor mining stocks today were us
? ollow.s :
Alia TT .M Mono in
llelL-her 1T,0 Ophlr nn
HoUlnCon 'ir. I'OtOHl Ill )
Cluillar M 3 S.ivaifo 70
Con , ( Ml. A , Va. . , . < t"5 Slorr.i Niivad.i HO
Crown 1'olnt f.O Union Con 711
Oonld ftCurry IS Utah r
llalo.VNoreross. . . < i0f ! Yellow Jacket 05
Mexican tlft
St. I.oitls'Minlni ; ( Inotutlons.
ST. I-rOUis , Jan. S2.-'Mliiliii ; stocks , dull and
uncbaiiKt'd , Tnu 'follotrltii ; aie the closing
quotations ;
London /flock / OnntiiUoni.
s , Jan. 22 , 4 p. m. C'loso :
riuiinitl.il .N ( > I 1.
IIAI.TIMOIIK , .Inn. l2. ! Clearings , $1,70-1,024
balances 'J'J5 'J3U ,
'
HoiDJ . - - fSii , 32. ClearliiBS , 13,271,73-lj
-Sir.alices , (1U4U,60H.
I'Aitit * . Jan. ! i'J , Three per cent rentes , 08f
87ic ! for the account.
I'nii.AiiKt.i'iiiA , Jan. 22 , Clearlns- ) , 10,700,3
250 ; halances , * 1OIU,00& .
McMi'iliH , Jan. 22. New Vork exchange , par.
ClearliiKH , JhOsil ( ; balances , J65.H&1.
CINCINNATI , Jon. 22. Now York exchange
25aua proinluiii. Clearings J'J'J0,7iO..Moiiey ( ! ,
per cent.
ClllOAtio Jan. 22.-CloarliiKS. tlH,023,000.
New Vork oxchunce , par. Sterling oxchan o
ludumuud utt-i.U7ii ! bUty-duy bills , M.BOi. |
Aloncy on call , B'i'JO ' ncrcill ! time , 0'A7 per
cent ,
NEW OIII.KAN , Jan. 22 ricarlnRs , 11,250-
SCO. Exchange , Md pot1 tl.OUU premium.
Sr. I/out' ) . Jan -Oloarlnns , M,004,004 , |
b.ilancps , t7l ) ,03U , Money iiulut nt O H nor
i-ont. K.vchaiiRo on Now York , ( iOc bid , 76c
asked ,
NP.W YOIIK , Jan. 22 , The Terre llauto .t In-
dlnnapalls lo.ul has declared n Hpnil-anniiiil
dlvldiind of n pnrcont. UlenrltiKs , i07,020OOUi
b.lluices ; , I4,4i0,4 , ( 0.
O.U.VI1.V I.IVII nTDCK .HAHH.P.T-1.
Itccolpt * Htlttun I'rlcri In Citttlo
II OB * i\troincl.v Spnrcc.
MoNiUY , .Tan. 2J.
Ilecolpts ot late have been rather light on
Monday and there was no departure from
the rule today. Only sixty-four cars of cat
tle were received nnd of tticso not over ono-
fourth were beef steers of poor to very /air
quality. Today's lljjht receipts , together
with the fact that during the past three
days less than 5,090 cattle hnvo been re
ceived , caused n further stiffening tii | of
values , and the few fat cattle hero sold
readily at prices strong to n dime higher
than Saturday , l-'nlr to pretty good steers
weighing from 1,150 to 1,10" Ibs. sold nt from
fcU55 to Jill ) , " ) , with poor to fair stuff and odds
nnd ends at from UO to W. ' ! . ) . Tlio tone to
the trade wascood , the movement f reo nntl
the supply out of llrst hands some tlmo be
fore noon.
Something Ilka a third of the offerings
today were cows nnd mlxo.t stock. A Rood
Una of local buyers ns well ns some for shipping -
ping account made a lively trade , and prices
ruled a strong lOo higher than Saturday nnd
fully Uoo higher than Thursday , the low day
last week. Good to choice cows nnd holfcrs
sold nt from $2,70 to t. 15 , with fair to good
butchers' cows nt nround fcMii to $2.00 nnd
common nnd canning grades nt from $1.50 to
$2. Calves and yearlings nt from $ 'J.-IO to $5
showed no particular change , and the same
war true us to rough stock generally , com
mon to choice bulls , oxen nnd stags selling
nt from $1.75 to 83.83.
Thcro was n liberal snrlnkllng of stockers
nnd feeders Included in the fresh receipts
today , nud iilthouzh the country demanu
was very limited , regular dealers wanted
them and readily bought thorn ut fully
steady prices. Goad to choice feeders are
quoted at from $ ' } to $11.70 ; fair to good at
from $2.70 to $11 , nnd lighter , commoner
gradqs at from $ -.70 down. Ucproscntntivc
sales :
DltUSSBD llgi : ? .
No. Av. I'r. No. Av. I'r.
0. . . 820 n 10 29. . .1175 3 05
50 . . 800 U 20 13. . .1227 3 75
" . 040 3 35 39. . .1280 3 75
10. .1038 D 35 21. . .1159 3 75
8. . .1170 3 40 19. . 1407 11 83
Ul . . 887 3 40 19 . .1244 3 95
17 . .1027 3 .15 IS . .1314 3 95
1 . , . 950 3 05
MIXED.
18. . 771 2 05
COWS.
2 40
2 40
2 00
2 CO
2 00
2 70
2 70
2 75
2 80
2 81
2 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 10
0 15
2 70
IICIFCUS.
0 017 3 15
CALVES.
5 410 2 40 1. . . . 100 5 00
1 23(1 ( 3 00 2 140 5 0 ! )
1 100 4 00 7 . . . 100 5 00
VIAULI.MS. : ;
. G5 < 1 3 10
IIUM.S.
t. . .1070 2 00 .1500 2 50
1. . .1510 2 00 . 800 2 50
1. . .1500 2 15 .1100 2 50
1. . .1820 2 23 .1850 2 50
1. . .1130 2 30 .1400 2 5O
1. . 13UO 2 40 . 700 2 CO
1. . .1250 2 40 .1304 2 GO
3. . .1380 2 40 .1100 2 85
1. . .1530 2 60 .1320 3 25
STAGS.
.1000 2 30 , 1. 1230 3 00
STOCKF.ILS AND FUCUCItS.
510 2 50 1. 920 3 00
710 2 45 4. 703 3 00
340 2 50 19. 700 3 00
470 2 50 8. 887 3 05
450 2 CO 2. 835 3 05
4 742 2 75 7. 032 3 15
13. G33 2 80 14. 878 3 15
870 3 00 1. 1040 3 25
805 3 00
' .VCSTEIIN CATTLE.
No. Av , I'r. No. Av. Pr.
COLOItAUII.
12cows. . . 781 $2 20 4 bulls . .1105 $2 20
4GCOWS. . . 850 280 1 stUR . . .1011) ) 235
2fdrs. . . . 840 250 8flr.s. ( . . . 007 2 75
1 bull..1030 175- 7flrs..ll71 2 35
1 bull..1050 240 2 build..1355 2 80
20flrs. . . . 801 330 12steor.s.l032 3 45
52fdrs. . . . 820 300 120 Mrs. . . . 837 3 10
32 cows. . . 054 230 10 Mrs. . . . 778 2 75
32strstlg009 240 GG steers..1031 2 00
1IMIIO.
414fdrs. . 012 2 87J4
* To.\is : hiiyfod.
Hoes The total fresh receipts totlnv vroro
light , only thlrty-ouo c.irs , and of these
eight wore billed direct to a local jiac'iter ,
having been purchased at Sioux City on Sat
urday. In quality the offerinps today taiifred
up very fair , the hops bein ? largely good lln-
ished heavy and/iicdlum weights.
Then ) was no demand cither for shipping
or speculative purposes , but as eastern mar
kets were reported higher , the supply was
limited , and the locnl demaud poou , tr.ido
was brisk , and prices aver.iged 5o and lOc
higher than Saturday almost from the start.
Some early sales were little if
any higher than Saturday , but ,
on the other hand , some hogs that
sold Into tonight fully lOo inoro than they
would have brought on Saturday. Iho bulk
ot the trading was at right urounu & > .5o ,
fair to good hogs of all weights selling
largely at that llguro , whllo ono choice
butcher weight load brought fo.Mrjf , and
common stuff went as low as $ ! > . ' > . On
Saturday the hogs sold mostly ut y > . 2C > and u
week ago today the popular tlguro was (5.10.
Representative sales :
No. Av. Hh. I'r. No. Av. Sh. I'r.
No.o. . , .300 $5 20 82. . . .242 120 J5 30
i. . .420 6 20 73. . .250 80 5 30
1C. . .177 [ i 25 85. . .212 80 5 30
73. . .230 5 25 77. . .250 300 5 30
29. . .250 40 5 25 04 . 251 40 6 30
G. . .303 5 25 GO. . .201 80 5 30
01. . . .100 40 5 25 40. . .312 200 6 30
41. . .231 5 25 GO. . .429 40 5 30
21. . . .287 40 6 25 71. . .240 6 30
G3. . 243 120 5 25 CO. . .23(1 ( 120 6 30
50. . , .249 120 527 } } 38. . 243 80 6 30
60. . . .697 5 27 S4 58. . .257 200 6 aan
7. . . .174 80 5 27'i 82. . 241 6 35
6. . .2GG 5 30 80. . .262 6 35
2. . . 440 5 30 82 . .101 80 6 35
52. 271 40 5 30 80. . .210 40 5 35
70..607 5 30 01. . .250 80 6 3714
SHEEP There was a moderate supply on
snlo today , but tno demand was not. pressing
and the market.was rather slow , although
prices wcro-'riuotauly unchanged. Good
natives i.7i > @ : ifiO ; fair to good westerns ,
$ j"5i.25 ( : ) ; common and stock shcop , $1.50
@ ' . ' , W ; goodito choice 40 to 100-lb. iambs ,
* [email protected] Koprcsentatlvo sales :
No. \Vt. I'r.
I buck 160 | 3 60
100 Dakota owes 05 300
202 western wethers 112 325
10H native lambs and owns 00 325
ItrcolptH anil Illnputitiriti ot Stook.
O.llcliilrJoljiU mi 1 dUimltloa ot xtoilc .11
showing the l o.c < iof tlu Union Htua'c'ur.U
company for thn forly-olu'ht lionrj uuilln.at
6 o'clock p. m. , January 22,1804 ;
UECIUIT : * .
nous , IIOIIMKHA 9II.S.
Head ira. Head Cars. Head Cars. Head.
1,1)00 ) ! U J.Tiii 411 Head.iiT
DMl'OSirlOV.
Slnnx City l.lvu btuck Market.
Stoux PITY , Jan. 22. llotis Uucetpti , 300
bead ; olllelal Saturday , 037 head ; bhlpmcnU
oai : head ; t5.26BD.ao.
OATTLIS Ht-cclpts , 100 head : ofllclnt .Satur
day , 40 head ; shipments , 101 heud ; market
steady. x _
Knna-ii City I.wo ntiinit Slarket.
KANSAS OITV , Jan. 22. OATU.c-HocolpU.
2,400 bend : shipments , 3,800 head ; market
5 < itlOo higher ; Tuxim Nteoru , < 2,7J ( < it3CO ;
n btuciti , H.OOQO.aOi Texai uud
native cow * , $1 u i { 1 33 | biilclifr < lucl. , Ji ! 75
4JJ luistntki < ri niitlfiuiloM. 9i'x '
lions -llci'elpt' , nvoo limit t o. . , , .
200 bond i market lO'slVlnxli < rt Imlk. ,
5.30lioavy ! , lufknii : nnd ml\ml I5.10 < 15.40 !
llMhl-i , Vorl < ornnd ptifi. { ft , 10t3.10
sneei'lt < vcipti.liOhcadjshlpmutiti ) , none !
niitfkut iu'ti\o nniNlroiu.
Chlrn-ro I.UMStuck M.irlu'f.
nncAno. Jan. 2,2. There wain llplil run of
ratlin nt ( linstock yard * . It was to bo HUP-
po od that last wiick's dccllno would curtail
shlpinnnts to a certain n < tli < nt , but no into
looked for us few as 12,500 head , nnd us n eon-
Ki'inience thutu was n confident feeling on all
sides. Tim supply consisted for Iho most pait
of common to full1,030 to 1,350-lb. sicors.
1 hey did not moot a very net ho Inipili'y and
sellers fulled to u'Oiirn liny dei'lded mlvaniM ,
iiiil butchers' and eniincrV stock "old higher.
1 here was nllitht Mtpply of sintabli ) lots and
competition unsMmrp enough to mlvaiit'o the
market from UV to loc. . tockt > rs nnd fet'ilurs
Khouod continued strength. Thmn were buy
ers at from J2.M ) to J3.7f > , according to iiuallty
OITer ncs of Texas cattle were limited mid
they hroiiitlitNlrom.'d-prices than \\oro piltl
on the closing days of last week , Tito KU
market closed xlroiu.
1 Ins hog market was cvi'llcd and hlghor. It
climbed up ids within a short tlmu after the
oprtiinz and WAS actlvo and strong nl the ad
vance. Iti'cnlptM wnriins IIIIKO us u majoilly
ot " ' " " iidolocikril for. This wiuiU's iccnlpls
Hrn likely tit show conllih'iico all atoiind.
Nilppt-rs and paclii > rs roinpntcd briskly and
il'OHUPply ' as all boui-'lit up at from J5.1& lo
Jj.uO for common lo oxtin , The cloio was
Today's receipts of sheep fell within moder
ate limits and miller a good demand ruled
fair , lair to prime ntialltlos gunnrally void
IOc above last week's closing nnd poorer
grades wpiolltm In Kynipathy. In the lain ! )
market there was not rnui'li I'lungc. They
were In demand at from J3.23 to J4.83 per 100
i'.HAV w . " ' Slllui ) Principally nt from J4 to
J4.75. 'IheiatiiXL'of nuolallons for sheep was
from $1.25 to J3.76 for Infuilor to extra.
Uecelpts : Caltli12,0')0 ' ) head ; ho s , 25,000
brad ; sheep , 12,000 ht-ad.
The Evening Journal reports :
OATTi.K-Kecelpts. 12,000 head ; last Mon
day , 22,305 head ; a yoat ago today , 17,701
head ; dmntiml butter than at iho close of last
week , with prices rather on the upturn than
Ilons--Kci'elpts , 25,000 head ; last MontUy ,
44,117 heads a year ngo today. 21,800 head ;
marketactlve and loRlut1 higher on heavy ;
light uni'liiinuud ; p-icl.ers , J5.30U5.tO ; heavy ,
{ 5.45 5 GO ; light , $5.35.
Siiunt' A.sn I < AMIK Kooclpts , 12,000 bead ;
market acllvo , with a slight , upturn ; top
sheep , { 3.00S3.75 ; lop Inmbs , ? 4.05.
.St. IOHM I.Uii Stiinu .llurknt.
ST. Louta , Jan. 22.-CArrt.i-ltti'ulil" : ! ) . 2,700
hcadj .shipments , l,30uiicad ; nnirUointronei > r :
no wood natives on sale ; fell Tc.xans , t3.lllf& (
3.50 ; grass steers , J2.00S.3.MO ; cows , } 1.40ji }
2.00.
Hpns Receipts , 4.40D bead : shlumonts ,
5lOOhoan ; matkot IOc higher ; best ln > : i\y ,
$ a.30 .i0 | ; ml.xetl grailt" , T5.10Ji5.3.j llilht ,
S5.15 55.3D.
SIIKCI Hcceliils , 300 lionil ; shlpmonl-j , none ;
market firm ; lamlM , | 4.r > tx < A 1.75.
Stciclt in
Receipts of llvost'ick at i.no four nrliiilpil
western nmrUots Jlonday , January 22 ;
Cattle. IIozs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1,000 2.243 411
( 'lilcago 12,000 25,000 12,000
Kansas City 2,400 3,200 900
St Louis 2,700 4,400 300
Total l"fV700 34 843 isioiT
Cir.lTS IX TUB UOIilllHUXS.
"Tho Manufactures building at the World's
fairgrounds has not boon destroyed by lire ,
as generally supposed , " said Charles Lacey
Plumb of Chicago at the Murray. "The re
cent unfortunate conflagration destroyed tlio
beautiful peristyle nnd Music hall , but only
a portion of the promenade on the roof of
the Manufactures building was consumca by
the Ilames. There is now some talk of re
moving the big building down town and
after repairing the damages to the roof
make otlicr improvements , solidify Its archi
tecture so it will stnnu for years and convert
It into a mammoth convention hall similar
10 the old Exposition builJingon the lake
front. The site selected will , in all proba
bility , bo Michigan avenue , between
Handolnh and Ad.ims. Whl'o ' the work of
tearing down the state buildings Is in
progress nt the fair grounds nnd Midway
plaisanco lives only In memory no .v , tlio
main buildings of the Columbian exposition
still stand and will doubtless not bo re
moved for some time yot. 1 do not think
that the peristyle will bo rebuilt , although
all admirers of architectural beauty would
bo pleased to see it reproduced on a moro
solid basis. Since the Jire 'tho statue of
the republic in the grand b.ism is moro Ini-
prcssivo than over. Thcro is now nothing
but a oroad expanse of water between the
statue nnd the shores of Michigan. The
Bartholdl statue on Beuloo's island is not in
it at present with the gilded goddess in the
grand basin , so far as being conspicuous ana
queen of all she surveys.
"Tho Midwinter fair nt San Francisco
will bo in the hands of a receiver | before
many weeks after the gates are opened , "
said N. W. Sheppard of Sun Francisco at the
Paxton. "Times are too dull on the coast to
insure success from local patronage , while
the distance irom the east at.d general de
pression precludes the possibility of sutii-
clent. attendance to pull the enterprise
through. Mr. Do Young is a man of splen
did ability nnd it will not bo the fault of
managerial proficiency if the affair is n
financial i\/.t\o. \ \ Following so quicicly upon
the heels of the World's fair and the Christ
mas drain on pocketbooks , the time for such
n splendid enterprise is a little too soon and
Irom present indications my predictions will
bo voriUcd. "
"Thoro have been n number of stories told
on ox-Senator Tabor of Colorado , but most
of them are fakes"remarked Fred O'Brien
of Lcadvillo in the Dcllono corridor yes
terday. "There Is ono good ono on the
silver king , however , which 1ms not crept
Into print and which is nmoiig the actual
Incidents of the millionaire's early career in
the city nbovo the clouds. Everybody
knows how ho got his start and jumped from
a grocery counter In California gulch to n
podebtnl of fame and fortune ) by the dis
covery of the Llttlo Plf.sburg. After the
senator had accumulated his cash his first
thoughts were to spuiut It In improvements
of the city in which bo made it-a policy not
always adopted by men enriched by iho
prosperity of a community. Senator Tabor
was always n great theater-goer and he de
cided to give Loadvlllo n great
play house. So ho erected n thea
ter on Harrison nvenuo nnd ordered
the Interior artistically painted nnd deco
rated by some of tlio best manipulators of
the brush in the country. When tills was
completed the senator .strolled iu to inspect
the result. Ho viewed the work witli > ox-
clumallons of delight until his eye rested on
a pieturo of Shakespeare over the proscenium
arch. Calling tbo contractor hu asked in
stern tones : 'Whoso portrait , is that1 !
told liliti li I'
The contractor u was i
for 't'mpli ! roplli'M Sonatur Tit bur India
uust , 'What tlio deuce tm Klukoipo.tra
tioitu for Noadvlllef Huh that pkturo out
anil put inlno up thU'A Instptd,1 The In-
strtietlons wore oboyo < l to tha letter , but
several yo.irs after tlio tnllUon.iIrd grow
more modest , nnd n group of rhumbs now
ndorna the nreh. Tlio aonntor then removed
to Dattvor , nn I built tlio TlKMpl.w om
which boars his nnnio. U was Mr. Tabor's
conlldcitco hi Deliver Kicuod tin by bis In'
vestments In Improvement ! ) . that laid tlio
foundation of Denver's , prosperity and at
tracted eastern capital. "
You cannot deny facia , nnd It Is a fact thai
Salvation Oil Is tlio greatest p-Un cure. 25o ,
wirnour ATTORNEY.
Colonel IlonJ until 11-iUc-r ! li : * Not Hcnrd
HID Xiiino of Hit Hticconor.
The fodcr.il court of tlio Nebraska district
Is at tlio present time doing business with
out the assistance of a district attoniuy.
Mr. linker's term of ofllco oxplroJ at noon
baturdaynudth.il ofilclal conscciuontly re
moved his presence and parsounl olTouts to
nil ofllco In the Now York Llfo building ,
\vlioro lie Is MOW on aucd In pr.ictleo as u
private citizen. In the me ititlino the presi
dent has not appolnto 1 a successor ami the
olllco Is without an incumbent.
The fodor.il court Is In sos don at Lincoln
and considerable Important business remains
to bo transacted which requires tlio assist
ance of a district atturnoy. Judge Oundv
has telegraphed Judge Brewer of the oxlst-
ing state of atTalrs and requested htm to ap
point an attorney at once to act until Mr.
Baker's successor Is appointed ami quaHllo.l.
There Is but llttlo doubt that Judge Brewer
will act on tlio suggestion and ho will prob
ably request Mr. ( taker to continue to per
form the duties of the oDIco until the ad
ministration sees lit to make an appoint
ment. _ _
Tim Hcxt 1'limtrr.
For pains In the chest thorn Is nothing
hotter than a flannel cloth saturated will !
Chamberlain's I'nlu Halm and bound on ovui .
the seat of pain. For sale by druggists.
Kraliin Mill In .lill. :
Fourteen Informations , ch.irijing Christ
Fratim with bavin ; ; cmucv/.led money from
the Gorman Savings bank , liavo boon lllcd
In thoolllcoof the clerk of the district court.
The bond has been llxed at { 5,000. AsFrahm
Is unable to rniso the collateral ho still lin
gers iu the county jail. C3
Nnturo should
foe aHBlstod to
llirow oiTlinii mi-
CURES tics of the blood.
Nothing docs it
MALARIAL *
so well , so safely
o POISON or so promptly ltd
S\viftvs Spcclilc.
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
for three yc.it t wai troublM wllh m.ihrlil pnknn.
which caused myarp'lUo to f.ill.nn I 1 was erectly re
duced In flesh , nnd life- lost nil 119 chaims. I tiled mt r-
curlal and polish renn-illM. but li no e IFcct. I could cet
norcllef. llhenlrleJ ) S ? ; ' ! M A feivliottlesoflhli
wonJcrful medicine | AAUS51 m a il o a compleio
and peimanentcure.l Qn&fiB1" ' ! I now rnjoy
Letter health than ever. J. A. KICli , Ottawa , Kan.
OUT book on Hlood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
SWPT SPECIFIC Co. . ATLANTA * * * *
Thla cxtmordlnnry KtjiiTeimtor ii the mosl
wonderful ilhcovcry of tno n o. It lias been
endorsed by the IcdclluRselcntitle men of Uutopa
flild America.
U u cj y u n is
purely vege
table.
Iludyan stops
Premalureness
Cures
AI'TER
Constipation , Dlzzlnc ! ! ' , Falling BetiEatlons ,
Nervous Twilch njof ; the eyes nnd other parts.
Btrcnsthens , invlgorulca nul tones the cntlro
system. Iluilynu cures Debility , Nervousne's ,
Knilsiloua , and cevolopes and reslores weak
orKmi" , I'nlus In the back , lo'ics by day or
nlRht are ( .topped quickly. Over 2,000 private
endorsements. Ml
Prcmnturcness means Impotcnoy In the first
Btngo J t is a f ymptomof t cinlnnl weakness ar d
barrenness. It can be ( .topped In 20 days by the
use oflluilyan. , , ,
The new discovery wnsmixrto by thoBpecInl-
istsof thoold famous lliidHcin Clodluiil IiiBll-
tuto. Ills the btroiiRcst vltallzcr made. Itla
very powerful , but harmless. Bold for 21.CO a
imckngoor 0 pacltnges f r S5.00 ( plain sealed
boxes ) . Written guarantee given for n cure. If
you buy six boxes mid nro not entirely cured ,
six moro will bo sent to you free of nil charges.
Send for circulars and testimonials. Address
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
1032 DIABTvET ST. ,
SAN FRANCISCO , CALIFORNIA.
&OUTII
Uiilon Stock Yards Compiay ,
South QpnaVia.
Btlt Cattle Ilo andSliajp marlcat la tha
COIVIMISliia'l HQU3-3.
Y/ood / Brothers.
Live Stok OomroUdnn .Marohumti
30-ith uiu ba Tolephon ) 111 : . Cbla > t >
JOHN I ) . DAOMMAS. I .
WAI/fKU 1C.V.Ui ) . f
Market ropnrts by mall and vrtro cboorf ill
arnlsbud upon appllCittlon.
AWNINGS , TENTS ETO.
Wolf Bros. & Co , , Omaha Tent-Awning
CUMl'A.NV.
Manufacturers ot louts ,
. ute. 70:1 : anil
HOIISK .
COVKIIS.
7l)5Soutfi ) llllh Hlrcot.
Kill Fnriinni rtront.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Morsc-Coc SIios Company.
. i ' < \ \ it OIllco-llOT-liaj-llll Ilo-rnrl U
rnctorx-lllU.3l-tI21 | ! Howard St.
Wo are til ? ovr.v .M.-inuf.i.-turori o ( llooti on4
Hhoosln thuititaot Nobruiki.
Aitunor.tl Invlliitlou lauxtun4oJ to nil to Impact
ournowfucturr.
DRY GOODS.
M. li. Smith & Co.
Dry Koodj. notions , fur-
idililnif ifooiln , corner
lllh und Howard nil.
BAGS , ETO. | COAL.
licmis Omalia Dag Johnson liros ,
COMPANY. WHOI.KdAI.KCOAL.
Importer * nixl manufacturers
10oH r.irn.im btix-ut ,
turers of dour ncki , .
Omulu Uvu.
burlnix , twine , ,
HARDWARE.

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