THE OMAITA DAILY PEE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 10,' 1P04.
. . 1 1 , a
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MAKEET
ring Keiri fro a Faf Eari EetrJti it
Baltic U Wheat.
rPICM IN CORN AKD OATS DROP BACK
(rata Market Slassps Badly Dtriif
the Day the Deellna la
HI keat Balls Dam
j vIICAOO. Jan. 8 Heavy liquidation due
to more peaceful news from ihe far east
insulted In a evert setback to wheat prices
jday. May wheat cl"-d l's'ulS'' heL'W
last nights figures. Mr com Is down
'.VHc and oals fcVC l'rovlslons are loc
to c lower.
1 Befors trading began reports invested
jthat another enort would be made to avert
i hostilities over Corea. British consuls
showed an edvance. while foreign grain
markets reported decline There was con
i aiders Lie wheat for sale here at the siart
and May was VuNc to jto lower, st
; h;w&;c A little aur-rort from the lead-
lng longs sent May up to rTiginSrO, but of
ferings wets so liberal that the demand
from that source was soon satisfied and the
market eased off again. Later In the day
the bis; bull operator be ram an open eeiier
and prices slumped badly. May declining to
k'Slic The domestic situation was con
siderably bearish, a large Increase in the
visible supply beirg expected for Mondy.
Receipts were large and the canh demand
alow. Covering by shorts caused some
recovery late In the day. but the sentiment
continued weak, and May closed at (c.
Clearances of when and flour were equal
to fi,toO bu. 1'rlmary receipts, Mi.'H'fl,
against 906,400 a year ago. Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported receipts of 6.1
cars, against sU cars last week and 4J7 cars
a year ago.
Corn was comparatively firm early In the
day, owing to small receipts slid the poor
quality of the com coming in. together with
the higher Liverpool markets. With the
big decline In wheat the oorn market was
drsgged down In sympathy, offering's, how
ever, were not Urge and came mofliy from
smajl holders. May opened V to Sc lower,
at fl&M'nc, and after selling at 47Se
the price declined to sVc. closing st ti7ii
47 c Local receipts were cars, with one
af contract grada
Oats weakened along with wheat, but
there was not much enthusiasm on the
-short side for the reason thst the big
line held hr the leading bulls Is still Intact.
1li Improvement In the shipping demand
also tended to restrict ofieriiigs. May
opened Vi'c to ,c lower, st Sl'V'iV' to
t:c. sold between io"c snd K'VqJj'V-, clos-
Ing at SS-Sc Local receipts were nineteen
Provisions were weak. Influenced at the
Start by a decline In the price of hogs, snd
later by the slump In grains. The selling
was quite general and as prices declined
1 - . ..... . . MDst,Ai1 Vi I K in.
A mwyivm ui un a . . h . ... v. .... ,. ...
rreaaed the weakness. May pork closed
"Tkllc 'ower at Jit.M), May um was on i--tC.
? ( tfi an snd riYm vr dnwn toe. at AV.1WW
Wlmated receipts for Monday: 'Wheat,
B cSta; corn. S8 cars; oats, 11 cars; bogs.
The leaoing futures ranged as follows
Articles.) Open. High.i Low. Close.! Yes y,
I I I
IVa, - W
1! STtfc! 1' BTH Jl 60 I
U U la
C 80 2H
IE 6 55
No. t. .
Cash ouotatlons were as follows:
FLiOrR i'arket sleadr: winter patents.
ft liMitHi: wimer straighta S3 tt Wi; spring
Patents. etiKitt 4.:; spring straights, ti.UKj
.s0; bskers. 2.3o4i J 30.
WllEAT No. . rJVtBc; No. t red. Ci9
'cOItN No. !. 4THc: No. yellow. 45c.
OATS-No. t StAeftSTc; No. I white, STH
HYK No. Z. I2tic.
RAHI.KY lioo.1 feeding, f?&Xc; ftlr to
Choice malting. jic.
RSKlS No. 1 t1a. SKc; No. 1 northwest
ern, l .t4: prime timothy, 10, clover, con
trail gTHde. fU urt.
PRO V IS 1 ON B Mess pork, per bbj.. V-H
511.75. lArd, per 1W lla.. K tTVtf "' Short
ribs sidns (loose). f-i.lfSW.STH- Short clear
Bides (boxedi. f.C:.7a.
Follow ins; wers the receipts and ship
ments of Sour and grain:
Flour, bbls.; IT. JfW
Wheat, bu iS.VK) 4U Sum
Corn, bu Hl 0 W frt
Oats, bu LU.!v 172.-iO
Kye, bu 4.M)
barley, bu W 10.0HO.
On the ltxxluce cxthaage today the but
ter market was e&ny; creamery, lfr'oic;
dairy, 14.'1r. ggs, weak; at mark, cases
Included. i'a'r7c. Cheese, steady; lUUc
XEW YORK GE.ER1L MARKET.
tlaatatlaas at tbe Day Varleas
Com mad I ties.
NEW TORK. Jan. -FLOCR RecelDts.
lit U.tai bbla: exports, 14.HV7 bbla.; market ln-
i active and nominally umhanged: winter
patents. HZoiiu. winter straights. Ml' if
', 4.X: Minnesota patents. t4.E.'u4.iiv; winter
, extras, gt.lva2.4ai Minnesota bakers, V ltp
1 4 0ti; winter low grades, '.jfS.ta. Rye flour,
. firm; fair to g'jod, (3 'J4.40; choice to
I- CUKNUKAtr-Steady: yellow western,
.'"' (1 Mi ailn dried. t-Wl 00.
ai7l K ,n. 1 western. 44Vc nominal, f. a
to., afioet; state and jersey, btwjx.'.
BARLEI-yulet ; feeding, 4m:; milling, 47
Onc. c. I. f , Ruffslo.
WHKAT-Receipts. 10. 75 bu. "pot, quiet;
No. I red, nominal, elevator, and titc, f. o.
b., afloat; No. 1 northern, tuluth, Wtc, f.
4k b.. afloat; No. 1 bard, koc. nominal, f. o.
t.. alloat. Options dls4aed more or less
weakness this morning on higher consols.
Indicating- more peaceful conditions, but
wers quiet, owing lo wire trouble. Nesr
the close pric ea yielded severely to stop
loss selling, snd left off lc net lower. May,
iM!t,c. rluaed at ini July, JKHatP4.
closed at 86c
CORN Receipts, tte6 bu.; exports. l.n
ru. KikH, steady; No. I, 84tc, elevator, and
:'ic, f. . b. afloat; No. S yellow, tTr;
No. I white, tic. Options 0ened lower with
wheat, but rallied with western support,
based on a good cash and shipping de
mand. Later options broke under liquida
tion, eloehig hc net lower. May, Uuule,
cl'rJ at &3c
OATS Receipts, 44 KOO bu. : exports, 7.434
tu. bpot. steady; Nu. t. 4?c ; standard
white, 44c; No. 1. 41Sc; No. 1 white, tic;
Ko. 1 white, 44 V: trwik white, 4SS'j'47c.
FEEI yuiel; spilug bran. $.M.s,r'.'0.80j
middlings. iJU UHtJtm; city, J0 uu.u.&u.
HAT lull), shipplug-, 4o7U:; good to
HOPS i inn: state, common to choir
1S crop. IS-ijiTc: lint nop. tvu olds, k
lie; Facihc coast, l'.ij crop, itey3ic;
crop, --'Trtc; oias, 9(? :wc.
H1I'1..4- Hrm. Ualv. sron. It to S lbs.
Ibc, California, n to 24 lbs, 12c; Texas dry.
14 to It. lSVc.
LEATHER-firm: add. tSTZHc
Ri h, eteady; dotneatlc, fair to extra,
tVf'Sc; Japan, nominal.
FROVieiMNH Reef, quiet; family. flO '$
11 w: mass. (ti tw; leJI nama, J' tnItm,
Jacket. gyuMulu.uo; city extra India mesa,
l&M'fl7tAL (Nil mesJs Anil! nlnkiea Kllt
;.8"JI-Sf: pickled shoulders 17 kt; rir-kled
l.-n.tf t9 itld 111 . 1 .ml-r- , -
Steamed. 17 lu; January closed at 7 10. nomi
nal: continent. i a; compound. Wi Zt'i&t.
j'ors. quiet; lamuy. xis sr i ; short clear,
tilhllkv: n.esa. Ill .1 iH
l Aiajun-Burtor; city. Jcwa" country.
1 UTTER Steady; creamery. 15btc: atata
Clte.ti.et ieaay; stata full cream.
fancy, large and small, colored and alula,
ftotember. ISc; late made, lt'Vje
.'i-t nsetiiea; western, -.UJle.
I-OULTRY Alive, firra; chJck-ua, He;
town, luraevs. lac; oreseed. flulel
western chtckeua, lSSOFc; fowls, lliilSW:
Mlaaeaaalts Wkaat, Flaar aal Bra..
MINNEAPOfJS. Jan. 8 WHEAT May,
''c: July. Sc; e-wteaat'er, 7fSe. On
track: Jo. 1 nnro. -.-; 1. 1 northern.
sri.-: No. 8 northern. r--Tc; No. 8 bortlirrn.
KLAJCIl rtrst patents. H 18t U; seootid
putt nts, 84 Ekt4 48.
BRAN-lliahtrr; la bulk. 814 80014
Oalalk Crala Market.
PrLlTH, Jan 8-WHEAT-In store. N
1 bard, kC'c; Ko. 1 nortbem, K'Sr: So. I
norlh-rn. HVe; to arrive. No. 1 hard. s&e;
No. 1 northrri. LAr: Vo. t tuirf 1 r n b,.,..
. i v"i'-, ia-c; air. rfJiy. Mac.
' Oii-Oa llack and to arrive. ac
Jf t-lveraael raJa Market.
IJVFRPOOt. Jaa l-WREAT-grot,
. no. s raa wttru. winter, ta p-
Futures quirt, March. 8s Fd; May. 8td
tVKN-fi! firm; AMnrio mixed, r.ew.
4 3d, American mixed, old, 4 4.-d- Fu
lutw Quiet; January, 4s rd, March. 4a Id.
OWAHA W HOI, K ALE MIRKGT.
8tasle aad Faaey read are.
EvKiS Reteipts mora liberal, fresh stock
LIVK POri.TRT-Hens. V: spring chick
ens fc; roosters, according to pf. 4jSc;
tuikfjs. 14c; ducks. hc; geese. ;yc.
L'RKSSEK FtLLTRT Turkeys. l.J17e;
eld toms. 14153.V; ducks, ItKillc; geese, LnJ
lie; chickens, I'.iallc.
lU'TTKK-Paciiir.g stock. choice
to fancy datrv rol s, l4mlV-; separator, I4c.
r rir.Mi hi?!! Trout, 10c; picgerri. c;
pike, sc; pe:ch, 7c; blueflsh. lie; whitefish,
sc; salmon. 11c: haddock. 1-V: codfish. 1-c;
redsnapper. lie: lobsters, boiled, pfr lb..
c; lolisters, green, per lb., 3c: punneaas.
ic; cainsn. 14c; Mark rsss, -c; nmii'iii,
3S'; crappies. 12c; herring, fcc; white bass,
lie, bluefins, sc.
OT8TEKS New Tork counts, per can.
4.V-; per gal., t?0; extra selectA er can,
H--c; per gal.. tl.Ki; standard per can, Zic;
tr gal., i M.
hka.n-1'w ton. in SO.
HA V I'rtces quoted by Omshit Whole
sale lealrs' association. Choice No. 1 up
land. I'. m'i; No. X ti'OO: medium, t.iiv;
coarse, 85 tsj. Rye straw. tK.bu, These prices
sre for hay of good color and quality.
Lemand fair and receipts light.
RVE No.vl S0c.
FOTATOES Colorado, sic; Dakota, per
bu., 7tj..-ic; native, fiiS"i1c.
BWbT potatoes iinnoia, per bbu.
NAVT PEANS Per bu.. 1Z.
CELERY Small, ier dox., iiSSoe; large
Calif. irt.Sa, "a7oc.
ONION"! New home grown, dry, per lb.,
lc; Spanish, per crate, i 60; Colorado yel
low and red, l'c.
fAKRACK- lacnr.iln llollanit ?W
TIRXIFS Canada rutabagas, per Ih.N
A"c; white, per bu.. 60c.
CA RRtT8 Per bu., ftVs.
I'AhSXll'S-I'er bu., 60c
ULETS-I'er bu.. 8rc.
t"AL L1FLO TV i.R California, per crsta,
CL'CCMBERS Per dot., H 0O.
APri.EP California Bellfiowers. per box,
(1.; Haldwins and other varieties. S-t txi;
New York Spies,- Greenings and Russets,
GRAPES Pony Cut as has. 20c; Imported
jnniHSHS, per Sg. n.l"IIT.UU.
CRANBERRIES Jersey, per bhl , H.80;
per box. ; iu; Wisconsin Rell and Bugle,
h.OOWb.iw; Rell and Cherry, 8SO0.
ORANGES Florida Brights snd P.ussets.
11 sizes. S-.S0; .r.avela, all sixes, choice,
$22570; fancy. 84.2a.
LEMONS t-alifornia fancy, SnO to 869
Sixes, Hut'; choice. ii to T.i sixea. U 50
FIGS California, per !0-lb. csrtona, K5c;
Imported Smyrna, 8-crown, 14c; 8-crown,
lic; 7-crown, 16c.
COCOANLTS-Per sack, 84.00; par doa.
t:u; er lb.. In 60-lb boxes, twe: OrUctai
stuffed dates ter btix. I2.ai.
BANANAS Per medlum-slxed bunch, J2.00
O-w; jumtn, n .i-fil h.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
l-Hc; Wisconsin Young Americas. 13c:
block Swiss, ISc; Wisconsin brick, 13c; Wis
consin nmDurger, izc
HONEY Nebraska, per t frames. 8X.0O
t'tah and Colorado, per 24 frames. 13 26.
MAPLE SUGAR Ohio, per lb., 10c.
CIDER Per bbL. 85.75: tier U Mil.. ?S
FoPCORN Per lb , SHc; shelled. Soi'c.
HORSERADISH Per case of 1 doxen.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shell, per lb..
IWic: hard shell, per lb., I4c: No, 2 soft
shell, per lb., lac; No. t hard shell, per lb.,
lie; Rraxils. per lb., lie; filberts, per lb ,
lie: almonds, soft shell, per lb.. 15c: hard
shell, pet lb. lie; pecans, large, per lb., 12c
small, per lb.. 10c: ieanuts. per lb. 6c
re sled peanuts, per lb., 7c; Chill walnuts,
laglSWc; large hickory nuts, per bu.. 8150;
shell barks, per bu., $2.00; black walnuts,
per bu . fl 5.
HIDES No. I green. c; No. I green. Set
No. 1 salted. 7c; No. 1 salted, 6c; No. 1 Teal
calf. 8 to 32 lbs., V; No. 1 veal calf. It to
IS lbs., f,t-: dry salted hides. Sifflic; sheep
pelts. rg75c; horse hides. $1.5CKJ2.50.
St. Iaals brala sal Prarisloaa,
8T. LOU13. Jan. WHEAT-tjisnf Vn
i red. cash, elevator, nominal; track, KJ
c:May, S3c; July, 80,4liAc; No. 2 hard.
CORN-Dower; No. i cash, 4Jc; track, 44c;
May, 45c; July, 440
OATS Lower;' No. 8 cash, 88c; track,
Vc; May. Ssc; No. J white. 40c
FLOUR Firm; red winter patents. U Shdf
.: extra isacy ana etraignt, 3.!W04.iu
SEEDS i lraothy, steady, t2.a0TS; prime
CoRNMEAL Steafly. 82.89.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 809
HAT Steady; timothy. $7.00fill.; oral
rle. 5 0i4,S 50.
IRON COTTON TIES-tlOS.
B A GGINO ftV 'f'o.
HEMP TWINE Sc.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: iobblnx. tll-fX).
Lard, lower: prime steam. f 4't. Bacon
Iboxed). steady; extra shorts, 87.Z7H; clear
ribs. 17 .50; short clear. 87.75.
TOl'LTRY-Quiet; chickens. 84c; springs,
8'tc; torkeys, llfcillc: ducks. 10c: geese. Sc
BrTTER Quiet; creamery. lKCSc; dairy.
EGGS Lower, IIHc. case cottnt.
Flour, bbls .0K 11.000
Whest. bu..... 71,t 84.000
Corn, bu 7 2S.00
Oats, bu 44,0(10 4(.tKXl
Kaasas City Grata aaa Pravlaleea.
KANSA8 Cm. Jan. 8 WHEAT MaT
71"fa71.c; July. SW,tiSV; cash. No. !
hard. TfiTJV: No. 8. i7fi71c: No. 4. CO
CTc: rejected, SiC'Hc; No, Z red. 80c; No. 8.
CORN May.' 4nH940ic: July. 40o: cash.
No. t mixed. 40&Ve; No. J white, 41$i41bc;
JSO. . flillC.
OATS White. SJfitne.
HAY Choice timothy. 89.00tfrt.50: choice
prairie, r7.505f 00.
m re o. x.
BUTTER Creamery. ISfltlc: fancy dairy.
EGG S I jower : Missouri and Kansas.
cases returned, nv ler dox.; new No.
Whllewood cases included. iJc. I
Whest, bu Ifi4.i0 I B m
Corn, bu Ss.efl 4K.Iiii
Oats, bu 1.0U0 le.OuO
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 8 BUTTER
Market steady, fair demand; extra western
creamery, Zjc; extra nearby prints. 2kc.
fc. ! Market Ac lower: freh nea.ro v
. st the mark : freak western. kc loss off
fresh southwestern, awi Msc. loss off; fresh
soutnem. 7rc. inas err.
CHEEPE Unchanged: New Tork full
creama, fancy, live: New Tork full creams.
choice, 1JV; New Tork full creams, fair
to gooo, josifriic.
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAT-KEE. Jan. 8 -WHEAT-Market
Jc loaer: .vo. 1 northern. gTc; No. 8 north
em Mts.'; May. fcesewvic bid.
HIK-bteadv; o. 1. 67fcif.7V4c
BARLEY Firm; No. 2. 64c: sample. KX3
corn steady; No. 8, 4OH0He; May,
PEORIA. Jan. 8 -CORN Firm:
Vk; new No. 4. c; No. 8. 4c
Oils a ad Raala.
NEW TORK, Jan. f -OILS-Cotnseed
dull; prime crude, nominal: prime yellow.
.c. x-eiroieura. sieaay; renneo Tstw York
Mr in- phllade rhia and Baltimore. t!Oij
Philadelphia and Baltimore. In bulk. 84 IS.
K'in, nrm: straireo. ommon to good
82 an Ttimentlna, firm. 'PtS4e.
OIL CITY. Jaa. 8 OUA-Oedlt balanr
81 tt; certificates, no bid; shipments. 52 59
M.ls ; averaa-e. U.9SS Mls.: runs. 84 74 bbls.
averture. bbls.: shluments, Lima. 43.
7?4 bbla: average. .474 bbls; rum. Lima,
a SSI l.rls ; average. 42.92 bbls
AVANNAH. 4Ja . Jan 8 OHJt Tumen
tine Prm. Rosin, firm; A. B. C, 82 85
K, 82 4: F. 8?. SO: O 8! " H. 82 7S; T. 8S
k r. .&; m, 83-15; N, 81 ; w G. 1 at; w w
13 . i.
NEW TORK. Jan. f CTIPFEE-Spot Rio,
nrm; so. 7. invoice. 7; mild, steady; Cor
duva. s'uilJc. The market for futures
opened Mady, with prices unchanged to
points r.Uher. Cables from the liraxliian
market aere txanan. but were effsot by
llht primary movement and steady Euro
praa cames. ieading speculative Interest
wera agsrwaslve bjyers after the ca'l. and
In tbe a'enre of free offertnrs the list ad
v a need 8 points, with the close steady at
ret advance of i'jl ooln's. Total sales
were . baCp. ln tu'1iug January st T IS
n7.jic: M r n. Tl&nT ir: Aorll. T Sf ftTgoc;
June. T7Tf"-: July. 1Vi(K: September
I !!. ; October, Hue; December. l-4t
CHICAGO Jan 8 -WIISKT-Steady on
t hixh wires, tl rf
FPOKIA Jan 8-WHISKT On basis of
f!r's''e ed fl II
CINCINNATI. Jan 8 WHTSKT P4t!l
lees dnuii goods steady oa basis of big
"-. II !7
FT. 1" Jan. -WH 1SKT Steady oa
basis vi H J.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
ric8i Kid Email Adiitiostl lirajoei is
GOOD PROFESSIONAL VOLUME OF TRADING
Mala laflaeaee a the Adraare ta
Prteea Was Mara I keerfal Kears
Received frasa Ike Far
NEW YORK. Jan. 8. Prices made small
dJitional advances In todays sick k max
et on fair Volume of business. Damns
the private wire service and Interrup
tion of the outside quotation service by
tickers had little effect on the volume of
r-usiness. Indicating the largely profes-
icnal volume of the tradina. The main
Influence on the advance iu prices was
lie more cheerful tone of foreign, mar-
ets and a feeling of restrained hopeful
ness over a possibly peaceful outcome to
ne iar eastern negotiation. The bank
tatement also met expectations In the
cash Item, which shoa'ed an Increase of
ver (lo.w-O.fxiO. The continued expansion
f the loan Item to the extent of IT. 4.1. TOO
iss not received with as much satisfac-
ton and Induced some conjecture as to
the source of the borrowing. It was sug
gested by some banking authoritiea that
the low rate to which Interest In, New Y ork
had declined had induced some reduction
of trust company and out-of-town bank
ing loans, wnicn had to oe taken up oy
the clear ing house banks.
At Is knoan that the midweek strength
In sterling exchange was partly caused
by remit lances to take up Lake ahore
ores which were pliicen anroad a year
go and this may have involved some
borrowing from New York banks. London
discounts continued to advance, but the
weekly statement of the Imi'erlal bank
of Germany made a strong showing and
xchaiice st that center advanced. Amal
gams ted Copper continued active and
strong today and the Ksciflc. grangers.
coalers, trunk lines and prominent ln-
nstrlals made uulte uniform advances.
The closing was steady, but slightly be
low the best.
The movement of bond prices have been
slueglsh and Irregular. United States regis-
have declined per cent during the wee.
Baltimore V Ohio.
do rfd ,
Canadian Pnclflo .
117", 117H 117a
Central of N. J. ..
S'10 10 PiO lfS
hes. A Ohio 7'KI
Chicago c Alton.,.. 4.SS5
flo Pfd LS
Chicago Gt. Western l.a0
Chicago ft N. W...
Chicago T. . T ,
.. C C. A St. L,...
do 1st pfd
do Snd t'fd
Del. V Hudson
Del. Lack & West.
. & R. G
do pfd ,
do 1st pfd
do 2nd pfd
Gt. Northern pfd...
115 1 H U
K. C. Southern
L. A N
Met. St. Ry
Minn. Fu L. ,
Mo., K. & T
d o pfd
NU TL R. of Mex.pfd l.r10
N. Y. Central L8JD 12ui 119va 11V
Norfolk & YV 57
do Dfd r. S5
Ontario A W J SV TK 21H
Pennsylvania 23.825 llPr 1171 11S
do 1st pfd...
oo ain pia
Rock Island Co 220 2SH
do rfd 7uu E9T. oM4
8. U. A 8. r. 1st pfd
do 2nd pfd..... 700 41 4M
St. Louis 8. W ) 15 144
do rfd 1 4o0 84V 84V
8t. Paul 12fS0 144V 14Si
do nfd 20.230 4 4V 177
8ou4hern Pacific.... L140 Iht, jjtv 4C.
ooutnern tty ....
Texas a- Pacific .
Tol. St. U St W...
Union Pacific ...
do pfd ...........
W. A Lake Erie,
'956 xi Xi
V. 8. Ex
Amal. Copper ....
Am. C. At F......
do pfd ,
Am. Linseed OIL.
Am. Locomotlvs ,
Am. 8. AV R. ......
Am. Burar Re...
8.7M 12S14 rttfc
Anaconda Mining Co 100 7
Brooklyn R. T .f Rl1
Colo. F. A 1 60O 81
Col. Hock. Coal..
Consolidated Gas ...
General Electric ....
do rfd -
225 rru 8T4
j.io rUii m"
North American ....
People's Gas . ..
Pressed Bteel Csr...
Pullman Palace Car ,
do rfd 100 417i
Rubber floods ITS 1KU
Tern. Coal Iron.. V
V. 8. Leather 8i 7H
do rfd f-O 77i
V. 8. Rubber l o 1
do Dfd i0 4;t4
V. 8. "teel lo o-o lV
do Ofd 1S.7M R7U
Western T'rlon 8O0 8K
N". Securities .
Tots) sales for the day, Z7S.700 shares.
Sew Tark Money Market.
NEW TORK. Jan. 8-MONET-On "calL
nominal; no luans; time money, steady,
per cent for all dates. Prime mer
cantile paper, (liuVA per cent.
8TEBL1NO EXCHANGE teady. with
actual business in bankers' bills at ,84 a5
for demand and S4.DV4 S1SK) for sixty-dav
bills: posted rates. 84 K2VH4 8S and U.&j
4 M: commercial bills, KSift 81V.
bil tK-Alar, fcsvc; .Mexican dollars.
U'JN DfJ Government, steady: railroad
The closing quotations on bonds are as
C. g. raf. 8m, reg....lA U A K. aal. A....... so
as soupos lit atsbkattaa c g. 4s. ,lvi
ao a, ng Ma. Ceslral 4a 1.-,
ds eoupoa 1"
do 1st In itm
ktiaa. a Si. U 4a... tl
at.. AC T. 4a MH
do 2a -i t
N. A. . ef at. a 4a. V.1L
do sow ea. rg....is
do eoupoa Ul
do sid a, reg lu'w
do couioa ........ .Wi n
do la. rc
T. C. a. 14a i;v
N. J. C. u ir
Ns. Faclac 4a Iw
do ta tl
Norfolk A W. c 4a..
U. g. L. 4s A pu.. 1'
Pa. ooaT. tm
koadlas sa. as w
Alchlsoa gau 4a...
do adj. 4s
Atlantic C. U 4s..
b. a o. 4s
Oatn.1 of Oa. M.,
It L A L It t iat.lllk
rk a a Okie 4S
W , U A F. If. a U
n SU L . W. la Miu
V0 kaaboard A. L. tm ... 07
CklrmS a A. Aisfl
c. a. A . a
at a I P. g 4a. 1- a. focitc 4a a
a X. W. a tl....llla So. Auuleas ao 1111.
C. k. L a F. 4s.... 47 Waui A P. Is 111.
cot as T4 ,T . a L A W. o... rii
CC.C. a St. L. g. 4a. U raioa FtclSa 00 lu--v
tUlcoKo lor. Aa I ao aaar. 4m . a..
Coo Tubsucs ax r g. suwi ad is !v
Colo. A to. 4a Tia I Wabsab U 114V
r A k a. Aa ia do a a. a ai-
krio prlur lloa 4s.... lialW A L K 4a as
so Sa. a M , w 1a- ( antral 4 tA
f w a U. C. U.. ,Cea. F. L a Aa.. tte
keckiiHi X 4 ...... lw
LONDON, Jan. 8. Money was In good de
mand In the market today. The olnt stock
bauaa were caulioua, some of thtm baniiig
sparingly. Inavounto were firm. Trading
oa the kUork exrhaiige swayed by the vary
ing war rumors but the market closed
with a bartter tendency owing to the absence
of unfavorable new. Japanese and Kua
slans advanced a point or two. ConaoLa bad
a better lone. Home rata mostly were
neglected. Americana responded to the
Imruveiuenl In New Tork and closed firm.
Canadians were firmer. Argentine rails
were steady on the announcement that iho
Argentine 8uU had voted the Immediate
further reduction of t per cent in Iho im
port duties, making a total redaction cf Id
per rent. Kaffirs hardened.
PARld. J.ii . Pma on the boursa to
ddy ei.ed strong oa account of tha ap
parent improvement In tbe far eaeUfrn sit
uation. Ail InlernaliouaU cl aed firm Rua-
S'on Imperial 4s were yu-.u-d at la 7a. Rio
llnlos gaiuad I potnuk . Ttw private rat of
discount was 118-18 per cent; 8 per cent
rentes, lif "o for the account; exchange on
Lond.n. 2?f 8c for checks.
BERLIN, Jan. s Business rn the bourse
today whs Irregular; exchange on Ixrdon,
2m Hf for checks. Discount rate: Shrt
blils, i'Vj per cent: three-mcnth bills, ?S per
cent. Total statement of the Rank of Ger
many shows the following changes: Cash
in hand. Increase, Vfski.i'rt' marks; treasury
notea. Increase, l.OAo.iim marks; other secur
ities, decrease, 141.i4o.iMi marks; notes In
circulation, decrease. 2i7.v.rt marks.
Leagaa gteek Market.
IX5NDON. Jan. 8-Closlng:
Cewissls. eioriey. ..
.. a s
an sceount ....
n:tlTnAr A Ohli
ITS . Norfolk A W....
.. l to pit
.. O1 Onl4rlo A W
.. S2 Pennavlrsnla ....
.. 'H Rsn4 Mioea
Dies A rhln ...
do J.1 pf
So. ftallway ....
t'ntna Pit-lie ....
V. 8. steel
Cblraso ll. W...
r . v st p..
V A R. O
4n 1st pM
4n M pM
Illlnott CriPnl .
LouIb. A Nash...
At.. K. T
SILVER Bar, stead v. 26 15-Kd per ounce.
MONEY StiSi per cent; the rate of dis
count in the open market for short bills la
8V'-"5 per centj. for three months bills,
SWjj'S per cent.
Boston ttsrk ttaetatteaa.
BOSTON, Jan. 8 Call loans, Sif per
cent: time loans, f-fifi per cent, ufflcial
rloslng prices on stocks and bonds
Atchison 4 ITt Amalgamated ...
reatral 4 Bmiaam
Atchison fTV,C.. a Herla..
on t.tt R
Peat nn A Aihsnr ii&
Copper Kanae ....
Ponlnioa Coal ...
'il I'omlnloa ....
Sunt To Copper...
iVostna A Mais It:
Boston KisvsdM ....140
N. T.. N. H A H...1HS
ritchbom pf4 ik
I moo. Paclllc 7",
Asst. Sugar 116
o pfd 1-
Amee. T. A T 1B.U.
rtominlon I. A 8.... t
Ataaa. Electiio to
do pfd 75
fnlted Frott 17 H
C. ft. Pi eel ICS
do pli M
Wetlng cofDtnoa ... tl
t'nlted State ....
Kew Tork Mlalag tkaotatlaas.
NEW TORK. Jan. 8 The foKowing are
the closing quotations on mining stocks:
Cod. Cal. A Va...
Small h opvs .
Iron (hirer ..
Clearlaar lloaae Averages.
NEW TORK. Jan. 8 The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this city for the week shows: Loans.
8!-i2fi0, increase 87.421.7K'; deposits. 8W.T1S,
"0. increase 818.5S4.40; circulation. 44. 697.6 0.
decrease UlTtst): lesal tenders. 874. TLA 43. In
crease 84,.t.2,6i; specie. lltV7.401.Wi0. Increisa
e.-.i-o.iw. iroerve, 9tu.u9.&. increase 1K,
0J8.7O1.; reserve required. 8J26.4S.SS. increxse
84 KW.flfiO: surplus, 14..875, Increase 8M4f,
100; ex-l'nlted States deposits, 823,rl,8.i0, in
crease 80.127, SW0.
OMAHA. Jan. 9 Bank clearings for the
week, as compared with the corresponding
week last year:
ll.OnS.2o7.CTI 1 .871.811 ,M
1 .47J 4 l.ir.S.S"R in
.. l.a-'l.OVO VS 1 1H1.6S 09
1.448.22S.M l.lnl. W7 04
An Increase over the corresDondine- week
last year of 8577.2G4.28.
Imports and Exports at Xrw Tork.
NEW TORK. Jan. 9. Imports of specie
st New York for the week ending today
were 8G2n.7"9 prold and 82S.208 silver. Exports
of specie from New Tork for the last week
were 8fl.Z5 silver and 8M.F51 gold. Imports
of dry goods and general merchandise at
New York for the week ending today ware
valued at S7.762.1S.
NEW TORK. Jan. 9. COTTON The mar
ket opened today with moderate activity
at an advance of 10rl2 points. The volume
of business was small, but the market was
strong, at one time showing a net advance
of 2vi31 points, the opening prices being
the lowest of the session. The principal
basis of today's upward movement was the
assumption st home and abroad that the
Russo-Japanese situation would end peace
fully. NEW ORLEANS. Jan 9-COTTON Fu
tures, firm; January, lS.Sf.'JIJ.SSc; Febmarv,
18"n3 3c: March, in MjIS.KIc; April. 18 9oJ
lS 3c; May. lt.1214.13c; June. 14 3rxffl4.22c;
July. 14 .MeH.SAc: .August, 13 fjlS.Gie. Boot,
firm; sales, 7.775 bales; ordinary'. 1011-16c;
good ordinary, lc; low middling. 13&c; good
middling, IS 9-1 lie; middling fair, 13 15-16C;
receipts. 10 4T3 bales; stock. 291.248 bales.
LI VERPOOU Jan. 9 COTTON Spot,
small business done; IS points higher;
American middling. 7.S0c; good middling,
7.44c; middling, 7Sc; low middling. 72c;
good ordinary, 7. lie; ordinary. jjiSc. The
sales of the day were 8.000 bales, of which
1.0O0 were for shipment and export and In
cluded 4.100 American. Receipts. 13. OuO bales.
Including 9.3 American. Futures opened
steady and closed unsettled: American
middling g. o. c : January. 7.11c; January
end February, 7.12c; February and March.
7.09c; March and April, 7.077.0Sc; April
snd May. T.OMjT.nSc; stay and June, 7.05c;
June and July. 7.03c: Julv and August, 7c;
August and September. SOc.
BT8LOCI9. Jan. 9 COTTON Btexdy. He
higher; middling, 13c; sales. 136 bales; re
ceipts. 400 bales; shipments, 870 bale; stock
BOSTON. Jan. 9 WOOL Quotations are
as follows: Territory, Idaho fine. 15tji6c; fine
medium, 1617c; medium, lHrlSc; Wyoming
fine, lEfjjlSe: fine medium, 16'il7c; medium
1S4519C. Utah and Nevada fine, 14VuiMc'
fine medium. 1j17c; medium, 19jj:hK: Da
kota fine, IRtjI&c; fine medium, laHlSe
medium, 17t20c. Montana fine choice, li
tr(e: fine medium, WaJx: average, latflfc;
staple. lSQ-Oc: medium choice. 19T,30c
NEW YORK, Jan. 9. WOOL Firm; do
mestic fleece, 2Wj2c.
ST. LOC18. Jan. WOOL Nominal: me
dium grades, combing and clothing. 17ir'lr;
light fine. lDjjl7Vic; heavy fine, 12tfl4Wc:
tub washed. SOfi.'ilc.
L4j.-Lu. jan. .-wuuh-prices are
steadier; merinos snd coarse breds are 50
per cent dearer. The arrivals for the first
series of auction sales amount to 15,0.4
balea. Imports during the week were:
New South Wales. 4ts3 bales; Queens
land, 4.243 bales; Victoria, l.tit ba'cs; South
Australia, 4.049 bales- New Zealand. 11.94
balea; Cap of Good IIopo and Natal, 8.941
uaies; eisewnere, eui Dales.
NEW TORK. Jan. 8 METALS The
usual Saturday dullness prevailed In all
metals today, with buyers confining their
demands chiefly for supplies to meet Im
mediate requirements. Tin maintained the
advance recorded yesterday and was firm
In tone, with spot quoted at 829 2oT3 45.
Copper also ruled firm st yesterday s ad
vance, with lake t 81i 2Vk&13.00. electro
lytic at 112 '-V4il2.s7iii and casting at 812-S7H
fil2C4. Copper la reported to be In a
prmer position than tor some time past.
due cMefly to light stockn In first hands
arid to a better consuming demand. Lea-1
ruled quiet and firm, with snot at 84 lite
t r-peiter was quiet ana steady to un-
cnangeo at o.(.;qa.i. ine iron market re.
mains In a more or less unsettled condition
although prices remain as last Quoted.
ST. IMLS. Jan. 9.-M ETAL8 Lead,
uigner, et-A. epeit-er, nrmer, .
Evaporate Apples and Dried Fralts.
NEW TORK. Jan. I.-EVAPORATED
AFPLE8 There Is only a light home de
mand for choice and fancy, and nrlcea sre
considered full; prime are better and firmer;
common. 4'a5c;. prime, &c; choice, 6V
V; fancy, t"-S7e.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Fair ex
port inquiry for prunes; best demand for
larger sixes; quotations. S'tiHc. Apricots
not preseea rr saue inii rnoes nrm; choice
c; extra choice, ValO'nC.; fancy, 11 15c
peaches also nrm but quieter; prices un
changed: choice. 71fa714c; extra choice, 7
xj.o,c; lancy, -l-c
NEW TORK, Jan. 9 81'GAR Raw nom
inal: fair reining, t IVltiV.rtc; cenlnfupal,
96 test. 8 7-14jlV-. Molasses sugar. 21 1 -).,
, D.Nnu, ...... K" .. m . . - . . . .
No. 8, I S'; No. 8, 3 9C; No. lu, 3 Sac; No. 1L
3-c: No. 12. 3.75c; No. 18. 3 70c; No. 14 3 6c;
confectioners' A. 4 80c; mould A, 4 70c; cut
loaf, life-; crushed, 8u5c; lAiwdored. 4.46c;
MoLAesES Firm; New Orleans
kettle, good to choice, 31i87o.
Dry Gaeds Market.
NEW TORK. Jsn. I. DRY OOOD8 Ths
market shoas little Increased activity, but
the outlook for mure active business and
added firmness to prices Is generally con
sidered bright. The print cloth markW-t 1
unusually hrm and products of print c'.otha
naturally stiare this hrrnnees and unwaxd
teadency. No inarkad change baa occurred
la prices, put Hie j.ruap4:ui are fur read-
OMAHA LIVE STOCK UAREET
rt Cttt: Qnotsd Btotdr for tbt VTeet,
with Tetdert Eigtgr.
HPGS ABOUT THE SAME AS A WEEK AGO
Receipts e-f 8beeg aad Lambs l.tkerej
All Week, bat Market Has Raled
Artlva aal a Advaace at a
BOLTH OMAHA. Jnn .
Receipts were; Cattle. Higs. ei p.
Ofliclal Monday S.4.T 4.N-1 1 MH19
t fhciol Tueeday 4.49 .M1 1 - !."'
omclal Wednesday 8.8.1 10.H4 k.71
on.cial Thursday 8.1J6 4.4J8 4,4
tifheial I-Ylday 8.-o .M 4.oii
Official Saturday 27 l.ltj 2.si9
eek ending Jan. 8 ...
W'evk ending Jan. I....
Week en 1)1 11 ar 1 ee ?g...
ek ending 1k-c u 1.7.&
Week ending Dec. 12 la t-iJ
Fame week last year Ifi.tnJ
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
caitie. hogs and sheep at South umaha
for the year to data and comparisons with
1804. 1908. Inc.
1,41S 1. ell
''"ga MOoi 47. a'VT
Sheep 46,1)42 20,876 2i.Hii
Average J. rices paid far r.cga at tloutk
Uir aha for liie last as vara! daas with Cvua
arisona: Date. 11908. 11903. 1HU. JJW0. 1S. llt. 1
Deo. 17... j
l ee. ti...
1 ec 24...
4 rki 11 8 881 I 1 9 8V t 88
4 34 8J k 4 83 1 3 M, 3 81
4 A. , k 1 J 4 7 8 98, 1 1
4 AO I f 0i Ui 4 i. 3 ki, I 11
4 ti7l g ail A 71(1 A 841 A LSI 3 31
4 34 I I ( uo, 4 kl 4 01, 3 8 24
4 , id 1 4 K1 4 t2 3 34 3 81
4 H 06 1 4 04, A Si 8 ti
4 4., 3 261 ( Oki 4 86 It 3 2
s j h n a h h a.
4 hl 36, C i:i 4 89, 4 U, I hu
I I C 44i A6 4 fci 4 l 3 44, 3 30
Il7kl it 4 i., 4 14; 3 4a 8 A
4 4:,( 50 1 4 Al, 4 11 3 45 3 0
4 ilS. 34, ( 25 I 4 14( 3 45, 3 1
4 bil t i, 6 ii 4 80 1 I In W
Data 1 llXii.iISOi.ilWl.lJO.IlSSi.l,.
Jn- l.... 4 64S4I 83 8 231 4 96 4 21 I
Jan. 2.... 4 bu-. 4 so; 4 SklS 67 1
Jan. 3....1 j 6 2 6 19 4 80 4 8 67 I 48
Jan. 4.... 4 757l 1 1 i AU 4 27 3 41 , 3 44
Jan. 8 ...1 4 Wv, 27j ( 5 04, 4 371 8 4".j I IS
Jan. ....) 4 5-S: 34 6 !4 4 i&) 8 4 3 X
Jan. 7....I 4 S 6 V9 I 05, 13 4113 40
Jan. g.... 4 6 4Si 6 U A U.( 4 SA S 43
Jan. .... 4 tH;, 8 4V 15, 8 14, 4 io 8 45
Tiie olficlal number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hon Sh'n.irsa
l., a M. p. Kj-.... 1
I". P. system 3
C. A N. W. Ry
F., E. A M. V. R R.. ..
C. St. P.. M. Ai. O.... 1
25 .. ..
12 4 ..
2 .. ..
13 .. 1
78 1 4
B. & M. Ry 4
C, B. Ac Q. R
C, R. 1. dt. P., east.. ..
C. R, L At P., West.. ..
Illinois Central A
Chicago Ut, Western. ..
Total receipts .... 9
The disposition of the dsv's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing ths num-
oer 01 neaa ludlcaled:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Facklnar Co...
8wlft and Company
Cuuahy Packing Co
Armour St Co ,
Armour A Co., fcioux City
LA'nmui ox 1.9
Hill at Huntxlnicer
Other buyers ,
Totals 175 8.2S2 1.691
CAT! LE The same as is trenerallr tha
case on a Saturday, there were not enough
cattle ottered to make a market. For the
week receipts show a gain over last week
amounting to about 6,0uu head, but as com-
parea witn the came week of last year,
there Is but little change.
Corn fed steers have been in falrlv liberal
supply all the week. The demand, how
ever, was very biUk the first of the week
and the tendency of prices upward. Oa
Friday packers seemed to be well .oiled up
and as a result they pounded the market
10 some extent ana took on an 01 the ad
vance, leaving the market In practically
the same position It was at the close of last
week. Shorlfed cattle are quotable from
83 75 to 84 25. fair to good from 94.40 to 34.73
and well finished cattle sell from that up
to 80, or even a little better.
Ihe cow market was also active and
strong tbe first part of the week, but ths
same as steers, eased off a lrttle on Friday.
The choice grades may be a trifle stronger,
than they were a week ago, but still tlure
is hardly enough change to be worthy of
mention. Other kinds are quotably steadv.
Canners and cutters are selling from 31.K8
to I2.G0. fair to good grades from 82.5u to
83.09 and good to choice from 83.50 to 83.K5,
and something strictly prime might sell
rn a nine nigner.
Bulls have been in arood demand all Ida
wet-k and have advanced considerably. Bo
logna grades sell from 12.50 to 83 00, fslr to
food from 33.00 to $3 50 snd good to choice
rem 83 50 to $3 b5. Veal calves are about
a quarter higher for the week, best grades
now selling around 85.25, or even a little
Blockers and feeders have been In noil
supply all the week and with a fair de-
mana the market has advanced 15 25c.
The commoner klnda are seilino- t? oc
down, fair to good from 83.25 to $3.50 and
e -10 c 11 uico irora dJ.su to AA-oa. ReD
resenta,Uv sales ;
Na- . Pr. Na At. Tt.
i KM 4 U
I IXU 8 80
HOGS There was a small sunnlv of hnn
on ssle this morning and 11 packers all
wanted a few the market opened fairly ac
tive and strong to 5c higher. The advance
however, was very largely confined to the
heavier weights and the llBht stuff wss
neglected the same as usual and left until
the last. Later in the morning reports from
Chicago were very unfavorable to the Ber
ing interests and the market here as a re
sult closed slow and weak. Good weight
iiitso puiu largely irom M OO 10 M.O, mixed
from 84.80 to 84.65 and llaht stuff from n jj.
down. In spite of the slow close practlcaTTv
everything was out cf first hands In fairly
For the week receipts of hoes hw
slight decrease as compared with last week.
vui mi-re m a smaii increase over the cor
responding week of last rear. On Utiit
of this week there was a sharp advance in
prices, the average of all the hogs amount
ing to 84 75. Since that time, however, the
general tendency or prides has beerv down
ward, so that the advance of Mordav h
been about lost, although today's advance
leaves me mann just a snaae higher than
It was a week ago today. Representative
so. Av. 8a. Tt. No, At. fa. Tt.
V 11A ... 4 41 tf-t ... 4 4t
41 Ut ... 4 it 71 M 40 4 At
A4 Ml ... 4 40 44 v ... 4 as
VJ 1U ... 4 44 44 Ml ld 4 AS
104 l.rA ... 4 40 It tit It 4 It
tl 1M ... 4 H ti Ml Hg
Tt ill U 4 4!i 4V4 I o" 4 AA
14 ... 4 M 11 rr ... 4 a
74 171 AA 4 Id t rrt 44 4 74
II M Aft 4 (IS H.. M 4 7U
'I U ltd 4 t 17 e 4 47 ii
tl i-t 411 CI Ml 10 4 l7Vi
14 Ml Ad 4 W ,n H tnZ
n rrl ... 4 as 41. tso 1444 71
A IM ... 4 1714 17 r?l 4d 4 74
75 til ... 4 AO A4 114 ... 4 7
" til ... 4 AO 15 Ut ... 4 74
4 "1 ... 4 AO 83 i ... 4;.
TS jTrt ... 4 44 44 1?t ... 4 Tt
1 M AO 4 AO ea 07 lit 4 tt
I I ... 4 AO n 4 ... 4 It
ft HI ... 4 AO 47 g-a ... 4 7t
Jl irf ... 4 44 A4 2t ... 4 7
UI ... I tt tfl M 4 7
77 tsl AA 4 U 44 14 ad 4 70
tl ... 4 tA 47 Itl M III
tl tat ... 4 44
BHEEP There were about seven esrs .
sheep snd lambs on sale this morning and
the market could safely be quoted steady
and active. Some Colorado Mexican year
lings sold as high as 85. which is the top
price of the season ot date. A bunch of
lambs sold for 8ft AO. which was also a fullv
steady price. Everything offered sold in
For the week receipts have been very
liberal, as there Is a rain over last week
amounting to about I8.O11O head, and as com
pared with the corresponding week of last
year the gsin amounts to about 80.4a) bead.
Tbe demand, however, has been fti'ly eouai
to the gjpply. and aa a result prices show
a sharp advance. Anything st all desirable
In the way cf killers csn safely he quoted
a quarter higher. Handy weights are In
the beet demand and naturally show the
greatest advance. Some of the less de
sirable grades era prol.ably no more than
15c higher for the week, but the general
market on anything! decent Is light around
a ouarter higher
Feeders have bean In smalt supply and
aa there baa been quite a demand front
tha country prtoea have advanced even
more than on killers. Feeder lamba, for
example, are ae ling all the way from 84
to $5. and sheep and yearlings bare shown
a corresponding gain.
Quotatlcns for cmed stork: Choice
western lamba, 6A(iQ.(0; fair ta food
lamb. 8S 00750; good to choice yearlings.
34 iwH!.0; fxlr to g vvl yenrlitgs. 84 i'.-h4 .-;
goJ 10 ch. tce wethers. $A 7.V..14 2f; fatr to
good w1hera U .V',ii.7; gixd to choice
ernes, 8t.7V.4 or; fslr to good ewes, IB S. f
8 75. choice feeder lambs. 84 2K';eOii; feeilcr
yearlings. S 7t-id S: feeder wethers, 8. i" j
3 74; feeder ewes, 8-.l-H.i.75; Cuils, 31.75SI2 5i.
S western ewee 1"3
S'.J western yearlings PS
1074 Colorado Mexican yearlings 74
99 native lamb 70
C HICAGO 1,1 VR TtH K M ARKET.
Light tterelpta af Cattle and gheep,
vtlth Fair af Itoca.
CHICAGO. Jan. 9 CATTLE Receipts,
l.Poo head; good to prime steers. 8of,ijs5;
poor to mrilliim, tSSi'rit1; stockcrs snd
feeilers. 82 347l25; row. $1 7V-J4 2; hrlf-rs.
I2(V4W; ennn-rs. 81.5t4r.4u; bulls,
4iO; cnlves. 83 5"-j7 25.
HOGS Receipts. 23.000 head; estimated
Monday, tViai head; market closed weak;
mixed and butchers, 84.-.H P7; good to
choice heavy, J4 Vi.VtTT: tough ne.tvv. t no
ti4S5; light. 34 5tii4.76; bulk of sales, Il.TtV
SHEEP AND I.AMRS-Reoelpts. I.mXl
head: market steadv; good to choice weth
ers, i4.1ivn4 .W: good to choice mixed, 32 .S.f
8 40; western sheep, 83. 404 50; native lambs,
8400j " western lamba. 85 256.30.
Kansas City Lira gtaek Market.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 9 -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4i head, no southerns. Market
ste.xdy; export and dressed beef steers,
84.Lty-l.90; fair to good. S.l.75$'Llo; westeni
fed steers 8t 2-ty4.5t; stockcrs snd feeders,
82 504j4.O0; southern steers, 32 WipS.10; south
ern cows, ll.5iHf2.90: nnti'e cows, 1 8 Q
8.75; native heifers, 82.5fiit.90: bulls. 82.J.V(
8.50; calves, 82.5tH5.75. Receipts for the
HOGS Receipts, i.loo head. Markrt was
strong to 5-r higher; top, IIS2H: bulk of
sales. 84 ST-'-rt i; heavy. 84 7W4 K24; psrk
ers, Il.evu4.s0; pics an.f light. 4.4-4 '. Re
ceipts for the week. 4..
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
Market nominally steadv; native lambs
kV2f.fift.7S: western lnmbs. 84 StMrS 40: fed
ewes. $3.007 3.85; western fed yearlings, $3
rt4 SO; stockers and feeders, x2tPtJJ - ie
felpts for the' week. 2,500.
St. I.eals Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUI8. Jan. 8. CATTLE Receipts,
head. Including 5 Tfxans. Market was
steady; native shipping and export steers,
$4.40.'ua.$5; dressed beef snd butcher steers,
84.O0-u6.25; steers under 1.0-n lbs., $3.5t4.5;
stockers and feeders, $2.2.".S ft'; cows and
heifers. 82.2oiT4.2o; ennners. $2 Of'iiTI.25: bulls,
$ 7:.(gl75: calves. 34 tf 7. 25: Texas and In
dian steers, $2.50&4.3o; cows snd heifers,
Ht-KJS Receipts. $.000 head. Market was
tmno- in Ke htcher! nl CS nnd llehts. 84.40'f
4 Is'; packers, $4.4otT-4.S6; butchers ,- $4.65t?
SffEFP AND TRAMPS Receipts. !V0
head. Market steady: native muttons. $300
47-4 00: lambs. $4.254i-4 75: culls ana ducks,
$2.5uj(.00; stockers, I2.0(Hi4.2o.
Stw York Lira itock Market.
NEW TORK. Jan. BEEVES Receipts,
108 bead; steers rated about steady; six
cars of natives sold at Si.of-irS.fw; one bull
kt $4. 65: dressed beef mead) ; city dressed
native sides. 7Mrtf7!i4C. . , . .
CALVES Receipts. 69 head; veals rated
steady; veals sold at $4.004S.Ou; city dressed
veals. 8fi:iso per id.
uiulia NM-,lnii 4 15.t head
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, S.53
head; sheep rated quiet and steady; lnibs
Blow, 12H620C lower; sheep sold at $3.0o4
3.75; lambs, $4.27&7.00; dressed mutton, ii
IVi dressed lamba, 9V011c. ...
Reported exports for today, 640 cattle, 60
sheep, 8,247 quarters 01 oeei.
Sloax City Lira Stoclt Market. .
aim -v ctTT to Jon. 9 (PneclaJ Tele
arram.)-CATTLE Receipts. head;
market steady: beeves, 8S.605W: cows,
v,.ili. ami mlved. 8Z.00MS.30: stockers and
feeders, 8I.&04J3 60; calves and . yearlings,
a " r.. o-
HtiGS Receipts. 4 500 fcesd: market Id
lower at $4.304.10; duik. t.m-i..
St. Joaepk Lira Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. 9. CATTLE Receipts,
119 head; market steady. . , .
HOGS Receipts. 4.39! head; market
Steady to strong; light. 84.66tj4.724; medium
and heavy. 4.v-W(J4 s.-r
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 107 head.
Stark la flight.
Following are tho receipts of llvs stock at
tho SIX principaA western cmco jcairiu. .
Cattle. Hogs, Sheen.
ant, Onilii 2X7 5.3ii9 3.5.i9
Chicago I. 23. Out) 1.0U0
Kansas City 400 H-SO
.8.30$ 41,401 6.4G6
Toledo Bead Market.
TOLEBO. Jan. 9. SEEDS Clover, rash.
rf.07; January. $7.06: February. $7.10; March,
i.15; prime alalke. t'.60; prime timothy, $1.40.
ARE UNANIMOUS FOR HEARST
Black Hills Democrats Favar JSew
Tork newspaper Mam as Standard
Bearer for tha Party.
D E AD WOOD, 8. D., Jan. I. (Special.)
An expression has been given by Black
Hills democrats favorable to William R.
Hearst for presidential candidate. There
was a meeting of the standard-bearers and
stalwarts of tha democratic party from
Lawrence, Butte and Meada counties In
Deadwood for tha purposo of canvassing
tha situation, and Mr. Hearst was almost
unanimously favored. Those who attended
tha meeting state that tha only formidable
opponent to Mr. Hearst in tha minds of
tha Black Hills democrats la Judge Parkar,
but owing to tha fact that Hearst favors
government ownership of railroads,
whereas Judge Parker Is, in tha minds
of democrats here. Identified with tha rail
road and trust elements, Hearst la given
Tha meeting at Deadwood was attended
by representative democrats from every
town and city in tho northern Black Hills.
Tha friends of Hearst declare that tha
Black Hills counties will send a delega
tion of fully 100 to the next stata demo
cratic convention for the election of dele
gates to tha national convention. There
are a few democrats In tha Black Hills
who deslra to see fr. Cleveland become
tha nominee. These, however, seem to be
in a minority and they announce that they
will Ajblde by instructions.
ROAD AGENTS NEAR HURON
Tff Faraaera Hobbea la Banae Heigh-
berboad by raldeatlfled Fartlea
HURON. 8. D.. Jan. l.fSpedsl.) Far
mers In the vicinity of Lake Byron are being
annoyed by road agents; a night or two
alnoe Olaf Westerland. working on tha
John H. King ranch, wag held up by high
waymen while returning home from this
city. His team wag stopped and euddenly
two men pointed revolvers at his head
and commanded hlra to hold up hla hands.
which he did, when they removed his over
coat and went through tha pocketa of all
his clothing, securing only a little mors
fT. Westerland hsd been to Huron with
A load of wheat and It is thought ths rob
bers were after his money, but It happened
that before starting for home Mr. Wester
land deposited tha money In bank and
thereby saved It from tha highwaymen.
It is believed that a gang of toughs have
their rendesvous somewhere In tha neigh
borhood of tha lake, aa only a few days
since news was received here that Wiley
Hoy, living In tha same neighborhood, had
been held up and robbed of 882.
Oassblers Ara Drlvea frosa Tow a.
BELLE FOURCHE, 8. D., Jan. 3. (Spe
cial.) A wave of reformation has been felt
In Bella Fourths and an order has been
Issued by Mayor Mortimer ta tha marshal
to enforce tbe law relative to tha sale
of liquors and gambling. Gambling Is con
sequently entirely suppressed In tha sa
loons here and nearly all members of
tha gambling fraternity hava gone from
town and taken their paraphernalia, in re
taliation tha saloon men hava invoked tha
Sunday closing law, and tha sheriff of tha
county baa Issued a notloa that all stores
snd other places of business mutt remain
closed on Sunday.
Saosabalt Saves Italldlait.
SlOfX FALLS. 8. IX, Jan. 9 (Special.)
A snowball snd ths ability to throw
straight prevented the destruction of tha
Methodist church at Tyndall by fir a While
services were being held and the building
was crowded with people ths soot In ths
stove pipe caught fire and soon made tha
pipe redhot. The heat Ignited the wall
paper where the plpa entered the chimney
and In another moment the room would
hare been ablaxe.
At this critical Juncture one of ths men
ran outside snd secured A snowball, which
he threw at the fire. So accurate wag his
aim that the flames were extinguished In
an Instant and the services proceeded.
Rfc'.Al, ESTATE TRANSFER.
DEEDS filed for record' yesterday, as furn
ished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, loi.
Farnam street :
Josephine Von Wlndhelra and husband
to r.llXHheth tlengen, undivided 3-9
of part of lota 7 and V block no citv.8 1
Josephine Von Wlmiheim and husband
to .insepn It. Hengen, undivided 1-1
of part of lots 7 and 8, block 80, city 1
Si me to Kllxubeth llengn, undivided
8-7 of part of lots J snd 8. block 90,
Joseph H. Hengen and wife to Mar
grete K. Hengen, part of lots 7 and
8. block 90. city 1
Francis U Pratt and wife to Tukey
I .and company, part of lots 8. 4, b, 14,
siiIhIIv. Block A, Reservoir add., and
other land adjoining 60)
Tarkwav Real Eatgte company to
John II. Darner, part lot 1, block 1,
Folsom Place, and other land 400
United Real Estate and Trust 00m
pnny to George H. Kelly, lot 8, block
10. Kcuintie Place 1.600
Emma L. Harrow, widow, to Georga
M. Harrow, part lots 10 and 11.
Courtland Place . 1
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to Gus la
Monti, part of lot 1. block 8, Bow
ery Hill 1,500
Fred Myer to Mtrgaret Swada-la. lots
8, 87 snd 8S. block 4. W. L. Shelby s
1st ndd. to South Omaha 600
Alnnxo p. Tukey and wife to Thomss
C Kennedy, lot is, block 6, Gram
mercy Park add 1
Dehora P. Nellds, widow, to Charles
B. Kellar part lot 4, Bnrtlett's add 1
Ch.ules B. Keller and wife to Dehora
P. and Mnry E. Nellds. trustees,
same . 1
Morris Hamlfav, widower, to George
S. Cott, part lot 24, KounUe Xd add 1
8T. PACU MISS.
Dealers la (
Stock, Grain, Provision
Eought snd sold for rash or carried oa
reasonable margins, upon which a eorotnia
Hon will be charged of V4 on grain. Vi oa
stocks and ti on flax.
Write for our market tetter and prlvata'
telegraph cipher mailed free.
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BRANCH OFFICES I
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Bldg. 'Phone Ti.
COUNCIL. B LUFFS 408 and 408 Sap
Bldg. 'Fbona S74. .
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