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THE OMAITA DAILY DEE: ' TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1904.
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CRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Ctrtiiimeot of Supply an. Unfavorable
Crop Newt 8ojtelat Wheat.
HIGHER PRICES IN IHE CORN MARKET
Oats Were firm, Excepting for a Brief
1 Period of Sympathy with
. Other , Lending
- ' Grain.
CHICAGO, Jan. 18. A curtailment of the
...wonu s supply Tigures louuy heipeu sustain
. woei Another . lailor . was .uiiiuvorauia
., trop news irom the southwest, alay closed
at a gain or VU'c. May corn snowed au
- advance vf ac, uis tc, and provisions,
;. W 10 lira, war ms was not heeuou to
... liiase a turn market tn Wheat. Auiiumnn-
' lug supplies were siilKiiijr, enough lor mat
, puipuhe, in auiiiuoii me uig ouu operator
was ait active buyer thruugiioui ins session.
.. ajptming prices were somewhat easier on
; an Aavanus ui Brutish tutisuis and an Ar
gentine report stating that all conditions
--. were now lavorabie to the wheal clop.
J. Hy 'uc lower to a anaue higher, at
oo to 8k-c, and alter tnucnitig 6ovo the
'V price steaaied at sstjc. , Buying- uy brokers
. . supposed to be for Lhn account of the bin
1 1 i . warn t Km r. i l. am . . 1 ... u . . n . V. & tr i
'-' declining tendency. Local traders were dis-
Dosea to se . nut the ileniund Irom the I
permanent holder dlewiuraged sucll action,
-and as a xeeult offerings were light.
Irfllir in trie dav t&nlnrs whl(.n liutl been
overlooked earlier took possession of the
tntii'l bt he crowd and a B uncial buying
-i movement dovelirped. Arrong the strengili
,: enlng lnlluences were smaller world s smp-
t , M Ai W M . " .t..PuaA In. . A .r. .....it . .1 I... .
f augn and tne flour 'situation in the nortii--rwest.-
In addition to these factors a re
port was circulated lale In the day that
f advices -from the southwest claimed the
, evr Known and that ruins were greatly
. needed. The leader of the longs was an
:! tipen tuyer during the last houn, and the
market became Strong. May advanced to
v4ic but-lost aart oi'tbe gain on profit
, taking. , The close was strong with May
at Wic - . . .. -
. Clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 7L'H.uo bushels. Frimary receipts were
'.. Kx.nKi bushels, sawlnat KHH.OiiO bushels a
- ve:ir tin The amount on passage de
. creased a,SM.0u0 bushela, with an increaae
'in tne visioie supply ot h.ijw ounnein,
i Vllnin.unnlm Duluth and Chicago report re-
relpts of sk& cars, against biu last week and
.'' 865 a year ago.
'' There was a strong tone In the corn mar-
net and blaher nrires were reansen. a
Utile n!er feellna iirevntled at the start,
due to liquidation by small holders who
. were linlml(1ld br- a small ' advance In
consols and the lack. of any definite war
- newa. . Oflerlngs were not large, nowever,
' and were readily absorlied by commission
hnnM T.ater tha . market advanced With
'wheat and held strong the remainder of
the session. - May opened fff4c to tiHc
i lower to tt to. 4c, and after ranging be
tween. 4Xc and 4vc, cioaea at ' lrsjo.
Local recelpta were cara, none of. con-
- . .....
oats were nrm except mr n unn iin w
f easliieasfn sympathy, with the leading
of
'rilni nrher in the day.' The chll
strengthening Influence was an active de
mancf from the leader of the bull crowd.
. This started a general commission house
buying, which helped the price up. After
opening a shade to HC to c. May sold be-
. tween 414f42c, closing at 4l 3-6c. Receipts,
'it nara .-' - "
. Provision' showed early weakness on 11b
r' "eral receipt of hogs with lower jsrlcea at
'' the yards, but later the market became
r "firm -1n ' sympathy with- thb- strength In
"" grains. "A If. of the opening loss wasre
' H gained and qloslng prices showed slight
J',r gains. A feature Tn tradlrg Was the de
mand for foreign account. May pprk cloaed
l- ' oi. .iv. t t itu. Miv lord was un
' l&frlKc, at 17-10, while libs were 2V4o higher
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Vfhent,
t ,00. cars;. corn, o(u oura, can, w
,., The leading; futures ranged as follows:
'' ' Articles. i 6peri. I Illgh.l Low. Close. 8fy.
Wh't
May
jii -July
'! ' Bept
, . . . BCorn
Jan.
May
,Oats
"t 3 Jan,
'July
Sept.
- Jan.
May
May
July
t JMbs
.-ui it
, May
A... Juv
M'JS1 " "
No..
83
W4A
.'. '
- 45
4h
4fl
4r,v
49f)491-l
44oi
4a(U4
.88!
Sri.
88 A
v4lA,
83
83
11 to
1 80
13 17
4tt , w
la AlTa
60
10
A Asked. B Bid.
r-n h nnntstlnns were aa followl
1 11 jiirtMkt ateadv: winter patents.
.10414.iVj winter Btralghta, 83.9(-i64.1lj; apring
uatenia. a4.wu-t.av; niniiuwr r"a-"i
bakers, 12.363.30.
WHEAT-No. t spring, 847c; No. 8, 78J
i6c: No. 2 red, 847vaS5c. . ti
. , dbRN-No. 8, 4c: No. J yellow, 48c.
OATS No. 3,
M'AtoainaC; ixo, a wnuc, o
(&41o, V- '
1 VP V'rt UUn
BARLEY Ciood feeding, 40QH2c;'falr to
uf-i cmi No. 1
lit viu trd. ner 100 lbs.. 36.75. Short ribs
Idea (loose), 27tft 52. Short clear
I.Im. rtoxedl. 16 62'&75.
WHiaK Y Baala of high wines, $1.87.
i. . . . U , ClV.lnn.AntM
- Flour, bbla. ..
.1..,.
... 35.VO) tu.iuj
Wheat, bu...
Corn, bu
RS-litiJH 89H
:JMa . 79
'45" . 4"rV4
487iH9 49H
47S4
88H 8
41HfeV4 - an-
374, 7
S3lS'33A , 93
ii 07'vi 'ii i7vi
' e 72 88
7Mi T 19
7 02 7 15
"i"6" r'e'76'
70 (80
ii'oo I
. . . 1
6 72 85 8$
ft'6 7 10' 7 10
7 7 15 7 15
8T 6 37
67 67
I l 877-li0
49NOQ '- ll.WMlOatS, DU
"... ' ..v.aMI 100 -189.4U0I
I........
...'..,....287.100 67.tW
A. Oats bu...., .
- Tlve. hu. i. . . .
, -S?i
mark, cases Included, X-ic
gtesdv at 10tfr10c . .
CHEESE Stoady at 10t!J10c.
', KGW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
(notations of the Day
... . Comniodltlea.
. Varloas
NEW YORK.' Jan. 18.-FLOUR Receipts,
19.S60 bbls.; exports. U,M bbla.; sales, 13.6M0
ukirs. : market cull ana uncnangea; wiiurr
patents, M ikVtiH 6o: winter straights, Kit?
14.36: Minnesota bakers. mm 4 winter
low grades, 3.0UU3.25. Kye nour, quift; suics,
alio bbls : fair to s-ood. 33 S6W3.45: choice to
fancy, 33.5o4j3.7u. Buckwheat flour, dull ai
CUKiM.i-Dteaoy; yenow wi
; , 1.0i: city. 11.06', klin dried, 35.90(J)S O
RYE Firm; No. 1 western, 64c, nor
f. o. b. fc float ; alale and Jersey, 6u6i
COKNMKAiy ateaay; . yenow wirn,
IIMIB.W.
ominai,
i hr .
RARLEY Dull, feeding. 47o: New YdVk
malting, mxBoo c. i. i. Biirraio.
W M 12AT Receipts. 12.676 bu. : exports,
ItlM bu. Boot, firm: No. 1 red. Hi In
""levator? No. X red. 96o f.'o. .b. afloat;-No.
.NV. 1 n.tk.rti nuluih 41 (aiil OoWo I. a. b.
saiflaat: No 1 hard. Sf anltoba. nominal f. o.
b. afloat. Options ruled easy on me im-
, proved puUooK lor peace, put were roi
advanced tiv western support, narsuu up uy
bullish wsskly and other statistics, with a
fresh war scare at noon, following lower
. consols. Damaging news from the south
west also liiMpired buying and the close
,j was firm at HUVtC net aovance. ni in-
..1.....1 . t aiiw. lulu inU'tiirrA.e. -closed at
87o.
bu.; futures. 28.00 bu. .Simt, 'firm; No. 3,
54'diO In store. and 6SWe f. o. b. aflout; No.
I yellow. 67o; No. 2 white, 63o. .Option
muhtl aetod weak for a time under f a-
v'-vorabla Weather newa and unloading, but
"'-' recovered at noon with awheat. theretfwr
rdllng strong, -with the close firm at to net
aiilvHneei Mav. b4Ttic. cliwed at bbc.
OATH xlwelpls. s.wi nil r export, w
hu. Soot, firmer: No. 1 44ti44Vt-: -ndrd
whits. 4ik-:'No. 8. 43V.c: No. 3 white. 4649 CUc-
No. I white, 4(h". truck white western. bd
4H-! - track, white state,. 4iTj-i.'c. Optloiui
nominal. .
TAI.I-OW Quiet.
LEATHER Uteady. .. s.
FEED Firm ; spring bran. 3'g"fi85
mlddllnas. K4t. 604123 .00; city. t?A.5u4i21.fO.
IIAY-Stendy; shipping. 604iit)c: aood to
., choice. s.tc
HOFH-rlrm: stste common to choice.
!9"S, 1jS7c: 19TC. z:i'd2ic: olds lotiiso; Puci-
nc coast, iav4, wt. aic; oias, lu
nloc. , .
HlDES-FlMo; California, it 'to 25 Iba..
lr.
RIfE.-P'esdy; domestic, fair to' extra.
Ki4i3Kii.iv jHpan. nominal.
l.ETT'KR Steady; a4d. IMtUo.
m'TTHH SteaJ". creamery, ii-f;2c: staU
dalrv, 14(o19 .
PROVISIONS Reef, firm: fumllv tm at
rn o: mesa, gd.flsen sot beef himt, t?0 riy,t
Iil; packet. 89 .004' 10 G: rltv extra .
paeas. H" ui'17 (. Cut meat, dull; jilrk lei
, twine rz.vii ,-iv- nii-Kltiil ahouldec '0;
pickled hsms. J7 (Vi.ii. rrd. frn:" west -
-""ni steximed. 37S: Jamarv. r7 n n.,,m.
lnal: reflnd aotulralT eont'tuwit. 7 30; ro.
pound. H-MJtUi. Pork, dull; fatuity, loi.ti).
.... Barley, bu .w. w ... 744i74c; July. 72c; casn, no. 3 nara. Wip
le x On the Produce exchange today the butter Vc. No a nyjUe- No, 4. 4fa70c; rejected,
market waa quiet and steady; creamery. (j(yIl63c;. ffo, red, KHW9: No. S, SSKftSOo.
."iltvsi'ne.- dalrr. MtfflSc. Eggs. SUadyi at noRN-Mav. 4L'ci July". 42042'io: cash.
uiieopB
Short clear. 113 .Bun 1(1 00: mes. 14.0"fT14 78.
CHl-.fciM Steady; state full oream, rancy
ltn ana small, minted and white, Bop
temher, 12o; lata mud, 10c.
t.uiiH-Ntr-any: wmicrn. zixusie.
POl'LTRY Dressed, ateauler: western
ebb-kens, lJQlIc; fol,liV';Uc; turkeys,
OMAHA WHOLESALE MAIIKET,
Condition of Trade anil Qaotatlone on
Staple and Fancy Prodnee.
EGGS Receipt, more liberal; marhet
nk: fresdi stork, iMW4e.
LIVE POC.LTUT Hens. tWtCl spring
chickens, UWiivr: roosters, according i
age, A'uac; turkeys, 134jl4c; ducks, 39c
gce, 'ri8c.
DRESSED POULTRY Turkeys. 16fil7o;
old toms, lll5c; ducks, lira lie; geese, 10c;
chickens, blktu 1014c.
1JU 1 k Jill A'acKing stnea, izct cno;r
to fancy dairy rolls, I3'u16c; separator, 2c.
tKKSU J-TSH Trout, loc; pickerel, no;
Ike, do; perch, 7c; liluefleh. 15c; whlteflsh,
salmon, lie; naauocat iuci counsn, ic;
redsnapper. He;
lobsters,
boiled, per lb..
30c; loliKt-rs. green, per lb., 2No; bullheads.
n, per 1
lack hs
He; catfish, .14c; black baas, 2iK(jj6c; halibut,
lac; crappies, uc;. herring, sc; wmie uih,
13c: hluellns, 8c.
OYSTERS New Torn counts, per can.
43c; per g.il., $2.00: extra selects, per can,
&"As per gal., $1 80; standard,, per can, 27c;
per gal., il 60.
HKAn j fr tun. ait.ov.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha wnoie-
sale Dealers Bfsociannn. cno'ee .. l up
land. 17 60: No. t. 87.00'. medium. 86.50:
coarse. li'i.oO. Rye straw, J5.60. These prices
are for nay ol good color ana quality.
tp.IT'n,V? f",r ana receipts light
v wii.i to
OAT-S7c.
RVK-No. z. Coo.
VKGATABLE8,
POTATOES Colorado. S5c: Dakota, per
bu , 7t"a75c; native, . 70e.
RwKhT ' POT AtOKm Illinois. Per bbl..
ws.w.
NAVY H KA IV.H t'PT nil.. SZ.2n.
CKI.ERY Bmall, per doa., 255l3Be; larga
California, 4i"076c.
ONIONS Simnlsh. tier crate. 1.60: Colo
rado yellow, per bu.. $1; red, per lb., lHc.
caiimam II Wisconsin nouano, s'fr.vc.
TV.'KN 1 18 Canada rutabagaa, per ID.,
1V(C; while, per btk, B"c.
I'ARRUlT-l'cr DU SC.-,
PARFNU'8 rer bu., 6QO.
IlKKTR-Per hi i.. Ro.
CAULIFLOWER-Kallfomla. per crate,
12.76.
CI CUMTiKRS Fer no., 1.ZS.
HArtlRHKR Per rtns bunches. R5o.
I.ETTtrCE HEAD Per doa. bunches, 90o
(fjl.. ; per bbl.t 7; leaf lettuce, per aos.
bunchee. 4Te. ,
TUHNIf'S-Pouthern, per aos., 7&c.
TiKKT"-Southern, oer dos.. 75c,
CARROTS Southern, per dns., rc..
I'A u ui i. v Mmit hum nsr hih . hi.
ONIONS Southern, green, per dog., 60c.-
' FRTTITS.
APPLE3 California llellflowers, per box.
1.60: llaldwina and other varieties, iW.BO;
Jew York exDort Spies Greenings, Russeta
ami MBirtwins, 3.7&. .
CRAPES Ponv catawnaa. 20c: Imported
Malagas, per keg. $5.Of(i.00.
ner bUi.Vh51Tie".TrT' Well and Bugle confident tone. The Missouri Pacific state
E f nrJ?2!n- riV .rTd r-m- M "ent of earnings for November partly off-
.00(88.60, Bell andCherrj, s . ,.h"o Influences, show ng as
TROPICAX. FRUITS.
OKA NOES Florida ungnta ana Kusseis,
all slaes, $2.80; navels, all siaes, choice, 2.26
t,i-.r.. fanr. m
"T'.VnMtf'r
..MONClfornla fa
ncy, SoO to 860
sixes $4; choice, 240 to 170 slaes, $3 .60. ,lwas offered with great freedom and the
Fl6s-Callfornla. nr 10-lb. rtonsJ 8Bei X WBS of srHnV Exchange toward the gold
Imported Smyrna. 3-crown. 14c; 6-crown, I Jr.. . nZ. rt onv aur.
. . n , .,
i"-. . . . .
BANANAS Per medlum-sjsed bunch, 12.001
fr. nc,
M ISCKLLANEOL'g.
CHEnSE-k-Wlsconsln twins, full cram.
12c; Wisconsin Young Americas, 13cj block I
hwish, it; Wisconsin duck, lac; Wisconsin
llmburger, 12c.
HONEY Nebraska, per 34 frames. (3;
Utah and Colorado, per 24 frames, 13.25.
mai'lic bluak onio. per ID., 1UC,
ynr -L.: V". t.
, ' 1 1 1 1 , v rv. i.f tn vii.n- in. on xii 3i&n
HUKHi' HAUisii - rer case 01 z aos..
i . ii. . .1
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 goft shell, per lb..
16Mc: hard shell, per lb.. 14c: No. I soft
shell, per lb , 13c; o. 3 hard shell, per lb.,
12c; Brazils, per lb., 11c; nuerts, per ID., 11c;
aimonas, soft sneii, per id.. ic; nara sneu,
per lb., 13c: peT-ans, large, per lb., 12u;
small, per lb.. 10c; peanuts, per lb., 6c;
roasted pesnul,s. per lb., 7c; Chill walnuts,
12iil3o; large nlokoiy nuts, per bu., 81.60;
shell barks, per bu., 82; black walnuts, per
DU., .l.i'.l.
nv. A .lieu, 11;, M Bnjitru, ov. nv. a vrm
alf, 8 Co 18 lbs., 8c; No. t veal calf, 12 to
13 lbs., CV; dry salted hides. mtc; sheep
pelts, zaojT&c; norae nines, (i.wxaz.DV.
t. Loots Grain and Provisions,
ST. LOUIS. Jan. lS.-WMEAT-Flrm: No.
I a ) ' 1 . . Oil!... . .. n 1. tt- ',. (iT. 1 . a ,
I 4 ivu,,vu.iii cicvaiui, pv-tu, unvn, hu.iu7v.
May, KoMiKb'ttc; Juiy, bi',uic; xmo, 1
nard, javkysic. -
CORN Hteadv; No. 1 cash. 43c; track,
44c;. May, 46&46c; July, 4l6c.
oats irm; o. 3 casn, aye; traca, 3i.c;
May, 4"c; No. S white, 41c. .
FLOUR Steady. Red winter patents. 14.85
a 4.bo; extra lanuy ana siraignt, fi.waw,
clear, J3.3M3.6a
Mfc.KL limotny, gteaay, w.zoyz.sa; prrme
nigncr. 1
lokn meal steady. r:.40.
BRAN Strong; Backed east track, 81
HAY Firm for good timothy. 87.00(213.00:
prairie, SD.was.ou. ,
1KUM COTTON TlE-tl 1.UD.
, BAGOINQ 6''i)c.
, n 111 rv niiiii, no.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged: stand
ard meas, jobbing, 113.30; lard higher; prime
team, 86.6;. bacon steady, - boxed extra
shorts. 87.60: clear ribs. 17.60; short clear.
I7.7S.
8c; turkeys, llral2o; ducks, 10c; geese,
I cents.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, l&uz&c; dairy.
1 13til8c
EUQB Steady, J3c,
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls.
15,000 14.000
141,000 . 64,000
...... 248,000 62,000
I A ' I. V, , ,
i corn, du..
131,000 66,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 18. WHEAT May,
JJq. 2 mixed, 400 ; No, 8 white, 42c; No. 3,
l41e.. 1 - ' ' : . .
jAtS No. 8 white, 8940c; No. 1 mixed.
butter creamery.
lfrffMc; dairy,
fancv. 18c.
returned, 2Jc; No, 2 new, whltewood caaea
i , 1 1, u , I, v,. . - . . ,
Ii AY choice timothy, .both-io; cnoice
prairie. 87.50r7.78.
HVI-N'n 2 a!)U.ifiao
RecelntB. BhlDments.
I wheat, bu......
. 132.838 ... 118.4H0
t.-orn, du
. (jx.wirt v 22,(t0
. 14.000 8,000
OaU, bu.
Philadelphia rrodnre Market,
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 18r BUTTER
Firm and prlnta lo higher; extra western
creamery. Lie: extra ncarhv print. 27c.
KOUS Firm and lo hlnhcr; fresh nearby
82c at the mark; fresh western. 82o at ths
mark', rresn soutnwestern. 3iuAiO at tne
mark: rresh southern. 304i3lc at tne marx.
'CI I EES hi Steady: fair, demand. - New
York full cream, choice to fancy. HH&lHuc;
New I urn lull creams, lair to goou, ivuuc.
Minneapolis Wheat, Floor and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 18 WHEAT May
Sfcc: July, 7'n7ii; September, 79c; on
track. No.. 1 nara, b.'c; .-so. i northern.
8Sc; No. 8 northern, 84(&85c; No. i, north
ern. Tsnsoc
FLOUR Firm; nrst patenu,
at CS-K J - .
second patents. I4.56i4 65; first cleera. ta.sna
a.4fi: aecond cleara. 2 3.f!2 45.
BRAN in, bulk, ut.ooKit.iih
' ' MCwsakct irnln Market.
MILWAUKEE. ' Jan. 18-WHEATMc
higher; ro
1 northern. wfi-: No.
northern Lt'Jc; May. Mo bid.
RYE Firm: no. l. kiioo.
BARLEY Lower; No. Z. . 63o; sample.
4YMlti2iv '
COUN-Flfm; No. '3. 42U43c; May, 43c.
Dalath Grain Market.
DULUTH, Jan. I WHF.AT-Close; In
store. NO. 1 hard. tr.,c: No. 1 nitrthern.
6c; No. 2 northern, W4C; to arrive. NO.
I l .. -, a. v . u .. . 1 . fit. ... v a
I imru, Gi i,u, .u. i iiiii inn., iwtii . .u.
northt-rn, 83e; May, 7c; July, Wc
OA l b on uacka ana to arrive, ssc.
Liverpool Grain and) Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 18.-WHEAT-Spot.
nominal, futures, quiet; March, ta6d;
aiay, us a.
CORN boot, firm: Amerlcsn mixed new.
4s 4d; American mixed old. 4s d. Futures,
quiet; junu-ry, nominal; Mann, a ita.
Toledo Beet! Market.
TOLEDO. Jan. IS - BRED Clover, cash.
fv.-4,; januury, Mtn; henruary. (n.'jn
Alarrb. . 00; prime alalke, 80 40; prims Urn
ouiy, fi.av. ,
- T
Whisky Market. ' ,
PEORIA. Jan. 18 -WHISKY-On 0asui of
1 27 for flnlNhed goods.
bt. iJUi. in. .Ju.n. , la. whisht Steady
I at tlJ1 y ' .
I r CliU'Xr.O Jan. 13 WHISKY 8t.rf
bi r.r n rt.
CINCINNATI. Jan. . ll.-WHWKYCl..
on baaia of i.c7 for Onished gooda
Xts'ifack. U; per 'x&tf
DATEW Persian, per bog of 30 pkgs.. 82: V"Ju . f - U n.1lef "j1"
Slfe'ptr Z? uFS- 6V4C: rIental BtUttei The fTwl'nh.uotl'o on'the
dates, per box. k o.ock exchange:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Hart ActiTe and Brotder Market 0wii( to
Tarorabl War Newa.
T.tADING ANIMATED DURING FINAL HOUR
Preference for Stocks of Minor Rail
roads and Industrials, for gaeea-
latlve Movement a C'onsplea
ons Feature of Trading;.
NEW TORtC. Jan. 1H The stork market
today responded to the favorable tone of
sentiment abroad over the far eastern out
look an4 the notable strengthening of the
local mesey situation. There was a more
active and broader market and during the
final hour the trading took on something
like animation. The preference for stocks
of minor railroads and Industrials for
speculative movement that has been In evi
dence for some time was the conspicuous
feature of the tradlpg. New York Central
and Louisville St Nashville achieved a one-
point move early In the day, but It was
not until late In the session that St. Paul
moved up H- This exhausts the list of
standard railroad stocks which made any
movement worthy of notice. The Rock
Island stocks were tsken violently In hand,
evidently for a speculative campaign, the
common being lifted 1H and preferred Vt-
ine bonds or the Rock Island group
made even more sensational advances, the
da scoring an advance of 414 and the 3s
8 points. These advances were made in a
spasmodic manner on comparatively small
dealings. The 5s Jumped 1H points on a
single sale In the course of the- advance.
larger .advances were made In some of
the minor railroad storks than in these
few standard stocks, being for the most
part a continuance of the movements re
cently commented upon.
The Industrial department of the market
was rather brooder, but was considerably
overshadowed by the heavy dealings 111
United States Steel preferred. Rather
vague assertions of Improving trade con
dlliona accompanied the buying. Tl)e enor
mous ansorotion or tne comoration s sec
ond mortgage 6s had a (Sympathetic Influ
ence on the preferred stock. .The par value
of the day's sales of United States Steel
preferred exceeded Qjll the rest of the bonds
soia nurinsr tne any. j nis was inaucea uy
the announcement that tne bonne naa
been listed on the London Stock exchange.
This gave rise to an expectation that a
comprehensive movement to make a mar
ket for the bonds was In contemplation
Amalgamated Copper rose a point.
The few railroads reporting gross earn
ings for the secdnd week In January made
a more ravornme 'comparison witn w
year's corresponding periods than was the
case with the first week's earnings. The
weekly Interviews with railway traffic of
ficials were or a nopenil ana, in some cases,
It did a decline In the net earnings or
aj-iRiKi ar over M tvr rent.
rtome ques-
,(or; B, to lne nt($ 0 dividend to be de
clared tomorrow oh Brie first preferred
acted ss a drag on -those stocks. Money
1 ca nin " " ' ..... - .
I - .nnirnil unenslness.
KV," -Ver with the nHncloal at
.U..v.c ....... ' . - .
Salea.HlBh.Low.Close.
i.kt... 7 inn r.xl in fii'M.
"d pm.. :::::::::::::: 675 - m
Daltlfnore da Ohlf) I.810 80,
H ,1 nf fl V J1 HJ 1
Canaolan PaciflO.... 1030 117 117, llVi
Central of N. J..
Chesa. ft Ohio...
rkiiia.A jb. Alton
i ' v. n " w
1 " ":
C. O. Western
do B pro-.....
C. A N. W..,. ......
Chicago T. et T . .
. do pfd
C, C. C. ft St. L..
Colorado Southern..
do 1st pfd
do 2d -Pfd 700 26
25
ltit',
273
21
70
27
66
47
84
Pel. tt Hudson 500 16
D.. L. & West 200 . 273
lt'b-
D. & R. O a..32,ao 22
21
do pra "J '"V
701a
27
67
Erie 6.400 27
do 1st pfd...... 4,2 ..bl'
dn 2d pfd 800 . 48
47
176
41
Great -North.--. -pfd. ...i mrti.ii.-
iW I41i
120 84
Illinois. Centrar..
ZbU 131 131
300 - 22 22
Iowa centra,!...
do pfd...v...
zuu ai?
600 an
K. C. Southern
10
38
lomZ
do pfd
1.600 8S
L. N
Manhattan L
Met. t St. Ry...
1,100 108
Minn. & St. LOUIS.. ,
Mo. Pacific
M., K. T
do pfd
Nat. R. R. of M.,pfd
40
40
40
do pfd ...
N. T. Central
119
67
S5
Norfolk Western
do pfd
Ontario & "Western... 3,600 21
21
21
Pennaylvanla
.14.4U0 119 119 119
P.. C, C. & St. la.
Reading 1,500
63
45 4474
78 7S
45
do 1st pra iw
do 2d pfd
78
BO
Rock Island Co...;. .39.910
do pfd H.zob
St. L. A S. F 1st pfd
do d pfd 1,K
St. L. Southwestern.. 200
do Pfd
Bt. Paul
do pfd
Southern. Pacific
outturn Railway...
do pfd i..
, 6,om
, 1600
400
, 700
, 200
200
D.ffiO
610
200
, 1.600
Texas tt Pacific
T, St. L. & West...
ao pra.
Union Paalflo.. ,....
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
W. A Uki Erie....
600
Wisconsin Central. B.soo
do pfd 8.035
Adams Express
Amerlcnn Express.... ....
t '. B. express i
Wells-Fargo Express ....
Amal. Copper., a,.... 42,255
Am. Car & Foundry. 720
51
19
68
10
77
4S
do Pfd ,
300
100
Am. Linseed OH
do pfd
Am. Locomotive..!. 750
17
77
47
89
)7
76
do pfd 100
Am. 8m. A Ref I K")
do nfd 400
48
. no
Am. Dinar Reflnlna..: 2. KM 125 12S
Anacon. Mining Co.. 150 70 76
Brook. Rap. Trans.. 27,500 49 48
76
49
Colo. Fuel At Iron... R30
Columb. -A Hock Coal 200
Consolidated Gas 1,125
General Electrto 4K)
- 30 2t-
14 14
193 192
176 174
11 11
6S 65
S3 83
aU
14
193
173
International Paper.. (vv
11
ao pta zio
International Pump.. 100
do pfd
National Biscuit 400
National Lead........ SnO
North American I r-0
Pacific Mall 3.610
People's Oas 1.410
ei
8
89 88
16 16
ti
97
Pressed Steel Car.... 4W) 29
29
do pfd 200 9
Pullman Palace Car
19
5
Republic Steel.
do pfd
Rubber Ooodn
1.12 7
600 42
1H
do pfd
Twin. Coal A Iron.
S.400
U. S. Leather
do pfd..., 4i -77
77
12
U. 8. Rubber 818
13
do rfd fat
46
11
50V
7J
4b
U. 8. Steel 20.3x0
do pfd 80.145
Western Union 811
Northern Securities
69
87
89
Total sales for the day 454,700 shares.
Boston gloek ttaoiatlons,
BOSTON, Jan. 18 Call loans, 4S5 per
cent: lima loana, bin per cent. Official
eloping prices on stocks and bond
Atchlana 4a H Allouaa
. Canlral 4s 7tv4 Amalaanatad .
"4H
Atrhlaon p
.. git, Bliigtiaa
il
do old
.. e Cal. A Hacla
. .1444, (atennlal
..147 it'oppoc kango
..144 Dominion Coal....
..1M FranMtta
..14 Uls Koyala
.. it Mohawk
...440
notion A Albany,
n.talon A Maine...
B-jatoa Elaval4 .
N. T . N. H A H
rilrhburg pf .....
Colon PaclAa
Mai. rentrs!
An. Sugar....
... 17
... 44
,.. 7
... I
... a
..!, (lid th. minion.
... 11
lh Oacaola
,.. 41
do pfd
Am. Tel. A Tel.....
I Hi m ( n i oc. Iron A 8.
Oaneral Bladrie ....
km. Hlectrtc ,
do pfd
Called Fruit
Colled Coppar ,
V. - Steel ,
d pfd ,,
Weetlnghiuas com..,
Ad.anrurs
Bid. Asked.
.U4 -Parrot
... n
,1M
. t4
.nt .
IJ4
. 7Vj
.
. IJ
S
Uulncy
'U ga Coppar..
Tasjiaimcla,
Trtnlljr
I'nltad 8UUS
Via
Vlcturla
Wtann
Wol retina
Daly Waat ........
... i
... 14.
...in
... I
... it
... 34
,.. t
... f
ew York Money Market. .
NEW TORK. Jsn. 18-MONEY On mil
ey at t"n per cent: cloring bid, 1
orrert-a at 14.; time loana much uiir
sixty days., 3 rr eut bid: ninety dav. .nd
si a momni, cn.
KH1MK MKHI'AVTII.R P"A MTR iaK
8TEKLINO EXCHANGE Steady: opened
strong, wiu actual Duamese la beakers
Ibl
.. 710 3,1 83 33
..14,100 JX 8H 38
.. 4,913 84 83 84
.. 1,800 J 16 16
.. 60O 19 29 29
.. 426 167 11 165
.. ' 100 12 12 12
1,660 26 , 25 i5
.. 78 '''77 7c
.. 1.3U0 18 17 17
55
1 7a
2 20
4 87
10
S'iO 144 143
1,993 122 121
803 67 64
6.S70 92 ' OJ
500 17 17
1,000 40 40
80O 40 39
800 40 39
8"0 119 119
675 67 67
24 22 S3
62 6S 6Z
... 65
43 41 43
14 14 :4
600 84 34 34
10,250 144 143 1'8
177 .
49' 4 ' 49
21 21 21
7H 78 78
20 26 26
36 26 26
38 89 . 39
.79 7 79
90 90 89
30 20 2Ti
3h SS f8
17 17 17
20 19 20
47 44 47
v.. ... 20 '
... ... 19)
... .w .1
205
60 61
19 19
68 68
10 10
29
Mils at 4 8S.rffR.n5 for demand and 4KUo-,?
4X.1 20 for sixty-day Mils: posted rates.
S3H and 4W't: commercial Mils, 4K.'.
Mi.v r.K-lar, Mexican nouars. oc.
FoNL'B Oovarnnient, steady: railroad,
strong. .
The .closing Quotations on bonds are at
fellows: w
. t. ref. Is, rr....1S L. N. nl. 4 H
So coupon V Minhattan con. g. 4i.ll
no la. r- i
Met. rentrtrr-ta.
70t
do coupon If
do saw 4a, r....um
go coupon 1X1 H
do old . rat
do lat ino
Minn. A Bt. U '
M.. K. A T. 4a.,
.. lc
.. SS
.. t7H
do 2a.
7Uj
do cnuton ui)
Nat R R of M d 4a 74
do la. rag ..10IH
N. f. C. gen. lHa...
V. J, C gen. la 10
No. Pacioo 4a... lotT4
do coupon .I014
Atrhlaon sen. 4a,...H
do adj. a
'4I do a 71
1 N. A W. con. 4a.... 41
1014lore. g. L. 4a A par. "4j
S Penn. coov. IHa 4.-H
1044j I Reading gen. 4a K'i
M St. Ia A 1. M. o. la. lift
Atlantic C. U 4s.
o 4a
do u.a
Central of Oa. 4.
do lat Inc
Chra. Ohio i.
A? St. L. A g. r. fg. 4a. IH
hlraso A. IHl ... !
St. U S. W. la eav
seaboard Air L. 4a.. SS
So. Pacific 4a H4
So. Rallwar ta 111
Tra. A Paolflo la....ll'4
T., St. b. A W. 4a.. 70
Vnlon raclfln 4a l'Tt'i
do conv. 4a t7l4j
Vr. Stool Id Is.... 7JH
Waba.h U I U S
do deb. B 85W,
H. A Q. HM 4a. fik4
C.,11. A St. P. a. 4a.1oit
N. w. e. li....ui
in. I. fK . ,
o col. in
7li
7
4
81 H
7H
7t
7H
7
C.r.c. A St. U g. 4
Chicago Tcr. 4a
Con. Tobarco 4a....
Colo. A go. 4a.....
A ft. O. 4a
Erla punr lien 4a..
W. A llte 4a to
do sen. 4a
4
Wla. Centner..,
.... MH
6a.. 71
rt. W. A D. C. la.. lot
Horklns Va, 4....l
coio. r. a i.
urttred.
London Rtock Market.
LONDON, Jan. 18-doslng!
rongnla, moicy
7
N. Y. Central.
Nortolk A W.
do pfd ....
Ontario A W..
Pennavlvanla
Rnd Mlnea
Reading
do lat pfd...
do M p(l...
80. Rallaray..
do pfd ....
So. Pacific...
Union Pacific
do pfd ....
nsv.
, V4
to
, 4)1 t
. ts
, 12 '1
, 49
, id
' 11H
14
, (OS
.
H
. ili
,
. tl
. n
ao arrovnt....
... K
... 3H
... NH
... !
.A IH
... H
... n
...147Vi
... PlVk
... i
... 7H,
... H
Anaconda ,
trhlaoa
en pld
A O
Canadian Pacific
Chan. A Ohio...
hlraxo Ot. w.
M. A Bt. r.
ciipera
Denrar A R. Q
do pfd
..I
Erla
do lat pld
!", T. B. Ftael...
49 do pld
do Id pfd..
Illlnola Central 13S Wnbaah
: A N Ill I do pfd ....
M.. K. A T 17
SILVER Bar, steady, 27 B-16d per ounce.
Mf-iKJV. v Hi rwr ctmt- the rsie of dla-
eonnt In the nnen market for short bills la
i'4 per cent; for three months bi.is, 9 o-i
per cent.
New York Mining, taootatlaaa.
NTTW TORK. Jan. 18.-The following are
the closing quotations on mining stocks:
A ilama Can 1
Little Chief
. ,aoo
..440
..'It
..
.. s
.. 75
..
..140
Alio 17
II reef e 10
Brnnawlck Con I
Ontario ......
nphlr ,
Phoenix
Pntoal .........
Savaga
Sierra Nevada.
Bmall Hbpaa...
Standard
'omatork Tunnel .... a
Con. Cal. A Vs 175
Horn Sliver I1
ron silver 14S
Leadrllla (Via 8
Offered.
rortlam. FtaanclaL
TENDON. Jan. 18. Money Vas In fair de
mand in tne market tonay ana tne supplies
were sufficient to meet the requirements.
Business on the stock exenange openea
quiet and Irregular. Ijiter the market de-
vteiopea general nrmnens owing to ins
more favorable view taken of the far
eastern outlook, though operators were In
clined to wait for a definite declaration on
the aubjpet. Home rails benefited by the
known and anticipated dividends. Ameri
cans opened dull. Improved moderately to
about parity, became Inactive and closed
auiec urana nunt wan ouu, owing ho
isappolntlng trafflo returns but recovered
somewhat toward the close. Russian and
Japanese securities advanced and closed
fairly steady. The stock exchange will be
riosea on January uuinon to tne amount
of 56,000 was taken Into the Bank of
F.n eland today.
PARIS. Jan. 18. Prices on the bourse to
day became stronger, later business became
dull and Irregular and closed feeble. Rus
sian Imperial 4s closed at 10). The private
rate of discount was 2 13-18. Three per cent
rentes, 97f 72o for the acoount.
Berlin, Jan. is. fncea on tne bourse
today opened firm and later became weaker.
The weekly statement of the Imperial
Bank of Germany shows the following
changes: cash In hand, increased 4S.H40.tioo
marks; treasury notes, Increased, 2,820.000
marks; other securities, rreereased 121,680.0110
marks: note In circulation, decreased 136.-
6.0,000 marks;
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA. Jan. 18. Bank clearings for to
day, $1,488,435.67, a deorease of $43,86.22 from
the corresponding day last year.
Cotton Matrtkett
NEW YORK7. Jan. -W.t-COTTON The
market opened. firm a,t, b.n.-advance of lOrjy
11 points on bull support and buying for
outmae long account inaiiowaa promptea
by the prospect for lighter receipts for
the day, a more peaceful -view of the far
eastern situation' and further reports of
good spot demand In the south. Husiness,
however, was not active. Shortly after
the opening there were Indications of liqui
dation, and when the Houston estimate
was received, showing rather a heavier
movement, price sagged back several
points. But there seemed to be little real
pressure aaaipst tha market and shortly
before midday the Jindertone became very
firm. The business did not pick up mucn
but the expectation of large exports for
the day and further -price advance re
flecting firmness In southern spot center
and restricted offerings, and with the room
element who had gone short on the open
ing bulge attempting to cover, prices were
worked rapidly upward With July reaching
a new high record for the season. March,
at the beat, reacnea 14c, May i4.zuo ana
Ju!v 14.26c. the previous high price on July
having been 14.28c. The advance waa
ehlaflv In avmnathv with the firmness In
New Orleans. Snorts appeared to be
anxious to cover, but the advances were
perhops more the result' or-ngnt onenngs
Jhan of any decided volume of business.
The market closed steady within a point
or two nf the best, and net 2Lu26 points
hlirher. Sales were estimated at 600,000
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 18. fOTTON Spot,
ouid.nta business doner tirlces two points
higher; American middling rein 7. sua; gooa
middling. 7.64d; middling. 7.54d: low mid
dling. 7.48d; good orainary, i.ooa; oramary,
7.18d. The sales of the day" were 6,000 Dales,
of which 600 were ior speculation ana e-v.-
ond included 4.500 American.. Re
-.int. t tmo t, lea all American- Futures
opened quiet ana ciosea quiet nu i.i, ,
t n mlriilllnar aood. January. 7.3od:
February. 7.584r7.66d ; February-March, 7.33
r7.33d: March-April. 7.32d; April-May. 7 30
7.Sld; May-June, 7.29$7.30d; June-July. 7 37d;
JUlV-AUgUSl, I.Z4U; UUil-ooiimi..
TntTTB Jsn. 18.-COTTON Firm.
unchanged ; middling, 13o. Sales, 600 bales;
receipts.. lu Dies; siiipraeutn, .w
stock, 25.088 bales.
agar and Molasses.
wxnr vrtrtir v Ton 11 SUGAR Raw.
oulet: fair refining. 2c; centrifugal. 94
tioners A. s.euc; iiufiiiu ' rj, -
6 0Sc; crushed, 6.06c; powdered, 4,.56c; granu
In raai-l 1 Art rubes. 4.70c.
MOLASSES Firm: New Orleans open
b.iil. rtn,4 in rholoe. 81fcf37c.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. lS.SUOAR-Open
kettle, 2413 1-lbc; open seivi-, ramiimj.
23c; centrifugal white. 4c; yellows. 3
j374ri seconds. z-tijho. . .
MOLASSES-Steady. open I'ttfe Wei
centrifugal. 77He. Syrun, dulV Wtff2fic.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. lH-SUOAR-Quletj
open kettle, centrifugal, S8c: whitea, 4cj
yellows. SUT37e: seconds. 2'?3c.
MOLASSES Market steadv; open kettle.
17fnnc: rentrirugai, nun nt ituiim.
SYRUP Dull at 226 2oc.
Metal Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. There was a sharp
bresk In the ionaon tin tnamet nnvriucu .
speculative causes and spot there closed
8 6s lower, at A129 los, while futures de
.lud fl ik to 130. The local market
sympathised partially . with the foreign
weMkntUia. declined about 60 points, closing
with spot quoted at ji oo-o. t-opimr
also waa eaaler In London apot lost 14a.
closed at 57 4s 9d. and futures -declined
9s 6d to 56 17s 6d. Locally copper ws un
.ki.nil Tjike is nuoted at llJ.7B13aO
rlectrolvtlc, at I13.62il2.87; and casting
at tl2.504il2.7S. Lead advanced la 3d. to 11
13s 9d In Lonri'in. and also firmer hers,
-lr.(n mt ti RSSf 4 60.
ST. LOU18. Jsn. 18. METALS Lead,
firm. $4.40 Spelter, quiet, 14.70.
Vlsslblo Snpply of Grain.
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. The visible supply
nf grain Saturday January 16, aa compiled
by the New I org rroauca exenange waa
as follows:
Amount.
..40 376.000
.. . 204.000
,. 8.63S.OO0
.. 2.15.0ii4
.. 1.142,000
Increase
174.0O0
Wheat
Corn .........
Oats
Hve
Barley
Decrease.
66.000
6H.IHO
36.000
2,000
Wool Market.
LONDON. Jan. 18.-WOOL The arrivals
for tha second series of auction sales
amount to 9.078 balea. Including 3,000 for
warded direct, to aplnnera.
SB. LOt'IS. Jan. IS. WOOL Nominal.
Medium grades, combing and clothing. 17i?
rio; light fine. 15H7c;Tieavy fine, 1724c;
tub washed, arfiilc. - j - 7
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA, Jan. 18 COR N Firm ; new No.
1 mai No. $ eld. ai No. 4 old. 4Jo.
test, 3c: moiasses sugar, i-nt-, '"V. i, '
No.' ft. 4 fJ6c; No. 7. 4c: No. 8, 8 95c; No. .
t: ; No. 10, .85c;'No. 11. 8 81; No. 12.
8.76c; No, 13, 8.70c; No. 14, 8660; confec
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steam Glow and Weat, While Oow
Wen Dnll, but About Steidr.
HOGS EASED OFF
TRIFLE
Liberal Receipts of gheeo and Lambs
at All Points Canned Market to
Break Ten to Fifteen Oats, bat , .
Feeders Held Abont Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jsh. 18.
Receipts warti cattle. Hogs. tJhetp.
Official Monday Mod k.oni LLbxl
bame day last week.... b.o.J 4..V1 ld.Ktl
bitme week lefore a, 4s 4,ul u,i
Same three weeas ago .. 2,,o 6,Zoi' a.Uti
rame tour weeks ago.... 2.H.1 6.I3J 4. ron
bafno day last year 3,m b,46 b.iJl
Wiv-Mfia r Ort Alibi lLAK iir DAlsv.
ine i olio wing tabie ahowe the icceapui oil
came, nogs tuia sueep at boutl. ouiaiia
tor tne year to date aud compariaous wito
last yea.;
. 1104. lttOSv lac.
Cattle 44,b30 ko.aeO ,uu0
llogs , '.....lOU.IMj W,J04 i.iwi
bneep M ne.tui s,A0 iVo.voi
Average pnova ptuu lot i.ugs at boaiu
Omaha ior the last several u Willi oiu
parlaoiia; .
Date. 1 1W4. U)03. 11902. 11901. l00.18i.18i.
Jan. 1.
..I 4 64 I 33 8 13; 4 86 4 31) 1 il
-I 7l 'l H-l 4 a 4 1M 8 tl
.. I a 3V 1 4 a 4 K I t I 41
.. 75 , a., m U. 4 2l 3 4l 3 44
-. bi 8 37 B (M t ai t 4i I I
.. 4 bb-nti 34 8 24, ' 4 ae 8 4 t bit
.. 4 bov. al 09 5 06 8 4Ui 40
.. 4 bOni 4b 8 m 60o 4 34 8 4
.. 4 U) 4u lo i B ii 4 8 46
.. j 40 14 b 25 4 36 3 60 8 43
..I 4 63.l I Ml I UI 4 411 I KK I 41
Jan. 2
an.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jam 13... I 4 6i ( 45) b l. 4 ' 3 60, I 47
Jan. 13... 4 la, k 4, g 00; 1-4 Ul 3 oo 4
Jan. 14.. .1 4 7 e 8( 14 6 16 8 bOJ 8 4
Jan. la... 4 (ibi 4l 4 . b io 4 58; I 4i
Jan. lb...l 4 itsI lb 6 3w 4 ai 8 fci -
Jan. 17... t 4kt b li a 4 4 8 49 I 47
Jan. is... 4 68 i a 32 39 4 66 1 61 1 t 61
Indicates Sunday. ' -.
The official number, of cars of stock
brought in. today by each road was:
Koud. , Came. Hugs. bn'p.H'rs.
c, m. & St. r. Ky io u
Mo. faciflu Ky....... 1 ..
Ciuoii t-ac, byalern.. 11 a
t. ot N. W. ty...... o 4
jci. ot M. V. H. M.. a - 18
c, bt. m. a o.... ; a
B. dt M. iy 63 U
c. ti. & J. Ky I
14
if
C, H. I. at r east.. 8
C. K. A. at P., 'West., t
Illinois Central 1
CtncugO G. v VV 7
Total receipts ....141
86
66
''The aispoaiuuu of too day's receipts waa
aa luiluwt), tacn buyer puruuaswg uie num
ber ui ueau uiulcat!U
AJUer.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Ouiana AJacklng Co
owui anu cuuifUny
Cuuaiiy A'ttcaing Co
Aruieur k Co,..1.
Aiiuour ot Co., o. CUi.
vansdiit at, Cu...
Caiy tt Atenion...
Lobuian ot Co
Vv. A. Btepheu
L. . Aiuss
VVOU OA iUUl'UUll
liouolcK at a
o. f. i.ewis
AT. A. Al-lllllLOU
AAMgerly at Co
bus 1,944 3,ivl
aid l,u 3,obJ
4. Leufl a,4ia
ii Lal ....
Aa ....
ilU
M .... ...
314 .... ....
il ..... . ....
luil . ..... ....
i
Da
lMI .... ....
ou
bad .... l.fci
Otuer uuers
' ' Totals 6,7oo 6,So U;J)i
CatiiwH- a he coinbineu leoeipia of tat-,
le at me uittereni iiiataeis lua muriiiug
was large for tins time ot tne .ur uud aw
a lesuu the lenuancy ot pvites v. as uun-
waiu anu irauina siow. cniuao wa
quoted susady to a dime lower auu thai,
or course, hud a bad eliecl upon tne inui-
ket at. tnln, i.olnt. ... .
Allure were noi many coru-itju stevrs un
sale uUs morning, oniy abuut- twsiuy oais
being reuoi tea au sous oi mat laci. How
ever, buyers 4Alu nut lake Hold wiia auy
life and were inclined lo buy (he cauie
lower, boms suavs looked aooui ateauy.
but most ol the cattle were a trifle lower
than the close of last weeku Aa aalebiueti
were all holuing for luliy sieauy pilots, it
waa late beiore a cieartinca was maue. mi
tact that ' the quality-waa not very good
uuaouuieaiy neipea to aepress toe maraei,
cow buyers were also very lnturxereni
and the market uneven. -- borne -of the
bunches that lust suited pacaera sum
steady to a little stronger, but the great
oum oi tne came was no more man aieaay,
and In gome caaea It wag a hard matter to
get even steady prices. Trading waa slow
all the mornliui. there being no lite to the
market.
Bulla were about steady with last week a
close and so were veal calves and stags.
A large proportion or the receipts waa
maae up or siocxers ana teeaers, quite a
rew ot them Doing irom uie westsrn
ranges. Tha recent advance In prices is
undoubtedly responsible for the increased
receipts. .Speculutos took hold quite freely
and as a result there was not much change
in prices, ine oetter grao.es soia at rigm
around steady prices, but the leBa de
sirable grades In a good many Instances
were a lime lower, itepresentauve sales
BEEF STEERS.
No. At. Pr. No. At. Pr.
1 14 IK 4. 11S1 4 19
... 1044 140 . M ,...1144 4 11
I. .......... .1320 I U If UCT 4 U
1 746 I 14 l.o 11H 4 441
II 414 I 40 11 1101 4 44
13 1077 I 10 If ,..,..1147 4 41
II 1141 144 4 .......128? 4 44
1 1414 4 00 1 1464 4 40 '
ti 1121 4 06 - 14 1.VII 4 40
STEERS AND HEIFER
II loot 40
, COWS.
3 144 1 71 . I... lout 1 18
I 430 I 40 ' 10914 I 44
1 470 1 10 1 1IMI 8 44
1 140 I 00 I..... 420 I 41
1 410 I 00 . 10 t 3 44
1 170 I 00 4 7 t 70
t 110 I 00 4 441 I 70
1 480 3 00 - 1 400 I 70
i... 141 I 10-- I.. .1094 110
1...., SUO I JO 30 474 I 70
1 14 j I 10 1 710 I 70
4 ltw I 14 , I ......1014 I 70
I.... inl I 10 8 ,1300 t 70
1 , tSt I 10 . L... 1074 I 71
T 474 I 10 1 a.. .1080 I 74
I 430 I 10 1 440 I 74
1 11(0 1 10 1.. .',..1UJ 71
1 UM I 10 4.... tut 3 74
I .......1040 I 10 1 .101,0. 3 74
1 410 I 10 4 ..HI I 10
4 , t0 10 1 1010 I 44
. I.. 10114 I M 7 114 I 40
II 814 I 10 1 10a4 I 14
1 1100 I M 14.... IMS 40
1 10W I 15 I ....1024 I to
1 1030 I U II 101 t 10
1 74 I tt tt I" I 04
T 1S7 I II I '....118 I 00
1 to 10 1U60 I 00
7 40 I 14 tl tl4t I 00
1 740 I M 1 474 3 00
1 1030 I 14 11 1111 00
3 1060 3 44 4....'. nil 3 04
1 470 I 40 1 A...1V70 I 04
1 1M0 I 40 1 Hi iM
1 464 I 40 1...- lf It
3 40 1 44 44. ....... 4 110
1 470 I 40 II 1ISS 3 II
i io"4 t to m I to
I m I 40 1 1016 I H
II ...1"1 I 61 4 Ill III
1 no 3 to l. lrioo I ts
11 46 I 16 I UI15 I 40
I Kit I 40 1 1920 I 40
1 1010 I 40 1 1360 I 10
I 1034 I 14 r I 71
HEIFERS.
1 440 I 00 1 (00 I 60
1 00 100 1 1070 3 M
4 460 I 04 1. 660 I 46
1 U... Ut IM y t M 111
3 116 I 00 1 140 6
1 170 3 00 . 14 t:i at
1 441 I ri 1 '....lOM I to
1...- IW IM 1 714 I 00
1 444 3 IS I t!4 I 14
3 --- 440 I 15 34 tot I 16
T 4.4 IK ' 1 ltl'0 I 11
1M I 40 . 1... IS') ti
1 I?0 I 40 40..7 IHl I It
1 m ' "BULLS. Xm M
J 110 I 40 1 174S I 04
1 104 I 40 1 16H0 I 10
1.... , . 1 2 40 , 1 16(14 11
1 ..MM 40 1 t.,.1640 3 10
1 UaO I M 1 1870 I 36
II 1M t 16 1.... 1410 I M
1 1110 I Tt 1.... 1670 I 16
1 10 I It 1 .1610 .1 II
1 14.10 t 41 I., ltiiO 44
1 1400 I 40 ' "" Il 1970 I 10
1 1140 I no 1 1610 1 60
1 1670 ISO 1 140 3 40
CALVES.
1 140 I It - 4 lot 74
1 IM 4 04 1 ftO I 00
100 4 00 ' I..... IU I 00
100 4 OA I lit I 04
140 4 00 ' 1 1W I II
8 4 lit 1 un I tt
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 406 I 40 1 70 tl
. 3 HI I 10 ,17 M 1(9
1 4K0 3 II M 144 I 10
' 4 101 I 74 4 4tt t 40
I. 1044 I 74 - 11 414 I 46
I '. 614 I 04 tt 1041 I 40
I T"0 I AO (4.... 701 I 44
'11... 71 I4 - l. 10 140.
1 170 I tt 14. 7. Ill t 46
1 411 I tl 41 10l I IS
1 740 I !. I ,. 141 I 16
I lr.0 III 1 t0 46
4 SI III 14 1(370 I 71
at n ic
Hunter D. Idaho.
M feeders.
33 feeders.
23 feeders.
N IM t feeders.. 7M 160
6t.4 8 80 t feeders.. 664 t CO
M Hi feedera.. au3 t 00
Ed Dana Monk
.49 lit
144 fMders.
HOOrJ Ker!Bta of hogs -were outte lib
eral for a Mvndny and the market rasad
off. Chlcaao waa euotad alow and L.r u tr
io wer, bot packers here did rot suctjeej in
taking s.uUa tiuU taucO. Ths taUu-4 4t
the market ass the better demand for the
lighter wrlght hogs snd ss a result thfy
howed Ike least decline. Heavv bona
could be quoted about a nli kcl lower, vt It rt
the light weights only about 2c lower.
After packers got their more urgent orders
lied, however, the market slowed up and
loard weak at the decline. Heavy bega
ild largHy from 34 75 to 14 80 and aa high
Ss 84.85 wps pnld. Medium weights went
rom 14.70 to 14.75 snd the lighter loads
from 14.70 down. In spite of the furl that
he close was slow and weak, most of the
ogs wire sold at a reasonably early hour.
itcpresentative sales:
No.
At. sh. rr
rr. Vo. At. Pb. Pr.
4 60 4 40 4 7"
4 60 41... 172 130 4 70
4 6S 14 tJ 40 4 70
4 K 70 44 Mi 4 :o
4 40 41 Sfll 40 4 70
4 40 41 140 .. 4 70
4 10 42 16 IM 4 70
4 40 II 141 .. 4 70
4 l 44 tt-7 0 4 7?H
4 46 7J lit .. 7f4
4 44 76 144 .. 4 71 4
4 6 42 174 .. 4 7IV,
4 5 M 774 10 4 71V,
4 4S - 70 2o ton 4 72Uj
4 67Uj II ! mi Tit,
4 47V, 66 HI lag 4 76
4 4 10 190 .. 4 7S
4 70 " 47 r4 41 4 7B
4 70 44 171 T. 4 76
4 70 40 17 ,. 4 7
4 70 41 l . . 4 76
4 70 14 17 It) 4 76
4 70 tt . .. 4 76
4 70. 41 Ml 40 4 76
4 70 M V4 140 4 74
4 70 11 ti ao 4 76
4 70 M Ill 140 4 It
4 70 41 37 R0 4 7714
4 70 64 116 40 4 60
4 10 44 t"1 10 4 0
4 70 41 406 .. 4 46
4 70
44...
..ll
..10
..IM
..l0
..17
. .IM
..
..l4
...tlfl
..!
,..11
..tit
..11
..m
..tn
. 1'4
..ine
..mi
..ft
..!-.
..K.4
..!
..
..I7
.t4
. .
..114
..tr.l
7t...
It...
77...
40
40
130
17....
74.. l.
40
1?0
40
40
40
81.
II..
44..
..!(MI
..IM
140
to
to
SHEEP The supply of sheen on sale was
gain isrre this morning, and In view nf
he big run all last week packers did hot
take hold with as much life and price.
eased off. Chicago waa quoted lOo lower
nd the a tuntlnn was much the snme at
this point. The first round a few bunches
changed hands ' at right close to steady
prices, but aside from those the market
was 10c lower and In some caeca the de
cline 'amounted to as much as 16c. Trading
was fairly active at the decline, so that
the bulk of the arrivals was disposed of
at a reasonable hour. The common .stuff,
though, vass hard to move. Some yearling
wethers sold aa high as 14.90 and some
yearling ewes reached 14 35.
ri nere were only a few feeders on sale
nd the demand was' sufficient to take
what waa offered at right around steady
prices.
Qnotstlcns for rnrnfed stork: Choice
western lambs. 85.600.00; fair to good
amhs, $5.0Cifi6.60: good to choice venrlina-s.
It.KKiMO; fair to good yearlings, $i.2ty(H.60;
good to choice wethers, t4.0W4.4O; fair to
good wethers, $3 W''84.00; good to choice
ewes, 83.7T"W4 10; fair to good ewes. 83..54
78: choice feeder lambs, t4.3ifrr5.nfl: feeder
resrllngs. 83.764.25: feeder wethers, 13 50a
76; feeder ewes, 32.2602.76; culls, tl-75ta2.64.
ni-prreriMiiva sales
I run ewes,
7 cull ewes
..140
.i 74
..106
..10
.. 90
.. 41
.. 84
.. 93
.. 84
..101
.. 7
..111
..100
..107
.. 99
.. 90
..108
1 00
t CO
1 25
t 15
3 50
t 50
t 50
t 65
8 50
8 75
t 75
I 75
8 75
8 85
I 85
8 60
3 90
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 20
4 25 '
4 25
4 26
4 85
4 60
4 60
4 60
4 55
4 75
4 75
4 85
t 25
6 35
5 50
6 60
6 76
6 76
t 10
5 60
8 85
4 00
400
4 15
4 75
4 75
t 00
6 75
0 cull ewes
I bucks
1 cull ewe
20 cull lambs
13 western ewes......
722 western ewes
744 western
ewes...
ewes...
ewes...
ewes...
ewes...
ewes...
ewes...
ewes..-,
ewes...
i western
12 western
66 western
2 western
268 western
80 western
45 western
8 western
183 western
' wethers
....101
.... 87
....105
....111
....112
....120
.... 00
....106
.... 92
....260
.... 73
.... 92
.... 90
80
?. .100
.... 80
.... 7
.... 76
.... 75
.... 75
78
... 92 ,
... 99
... 104
... 98
... 113
... 113
... 93
79
... 107
... 88
57 western
13 western
ewes...,,
awes
wethers,
wethers.
876 western
427 western
1 western
wether..
10 cull iambs
415 western wethers
aoi western
wethers......
wether.......
yearlings....
yearlings....
yearlings....
yearlings....
yearlings....
1 Western
106 wmtern
113 western
4 western
41 western
164 western
1 western
lamb..
SO western lambs.
87 western lambs.
13 western lambs
4 western lambs
67 western' Iambi.....
t74 feeder ewes
180 western ewes -
472 western ewes ....
33 western ewes .....
29 western ewes
104 western wethers .
260 western yearlings
is western yearlings
4 western yearlings
7 western lambs ..a
CHICAGO ' LIVE STOCK, MARKET.
Cattle Market Still, bnt Tendency of
' Market In General la Downward.
CHICAGO. Jan. 18. OATTLB Receipts
80.000 head: market choice, atrontr. othera
slow; good .to prime steers, I0.7wy4.80; poor
to meoium, aj.ou'ru.rxt; stocaers ana reeaers.
2.26 it 4.15; cows, $1.6064.26; heifers, K.lKVu 6.00;
ranners, 11.botgz.40; nulls, fz.oogpt.io;
tvi.uotub.zo.
HOGS Receipts, 45,000 head; estimated to
morrow, 30,000 head: mixed and butchers,
14.704.96; good to choice heavy, 14.905.00;
rouKii iicavj, 44. 01-41 4. w; j'gui, l.ouij..oo;
bulk of sales, t4.705r4.90.
SHEEP AND - LAMBS Receipts. 30.000
neaa; market it to zoc lower, uooa to
choice wethers, t4.0XKuv4.40; fair. to choice
1111..U, ei.wuu. iu. " - .1 j 1 , - - j , ...iiriii.iv,
native lambs, $4.6068.00; western lambs, $4.25
gjs.vu.
Hew York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. BEEVES Ra
celots. 15.558 head: market for steers slow
but generally steady; bulls and cows steady
to loo lower, steers, 44.i5tjj6.3o; no choice
here: bulls, 83.00Zi4.50: cows. 81.6XTa3.76:
cables quoted live cattle firmer, af litS12c
per id., aressea weight;- sneep, lower at
iambs, 1441HM1C, dressed weelght.
hhaun nai.. At 1 'l , I 'I. ' lant,a W . W W
dressed weight. Exports tomorrow. 859
cattle, 1,840 sheep and SS.000 quarters of
oeer.
CALVESt-RecelDts. 882 head: market for
veaia. too lowes. no western: veal a. 14 botra
s.xa; tops, ts.oo; narnyara calves, w.ooiis &o
led, S.iWw; city Areased veals, 94il2c
per lb.: country dressed, 6llc.
HOQS-Recelpts, 18,374 head; market
steady; state and Pennsylvania hogs, I6.2fx0
SHEEP AND LAMRA Recelnta 1 47A
neaa. tineep su-say; lambB. ai-iOo lower.
Sheep, t3.0oitf4.25; choice, $4.80U4.oO; culls,
$2.00; lambs, t6.50tu6.GO; extra, t6.656.60;
Kavaaas City Llvo Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 18.-CATTLB1-Re
celpts. 10.000 head. Including 400 southerns
Market ateady to 10c lower. - Export and
aressea Deer steers, 10c lower. $4.2O4.80:
fair to good. 33. iu4.10: wsatern fed almra
10c lower, 13.404.40; mockers and feeders,
steady, 33.004j4.20; southern "steers, 13.3041
4.10; southern cows, 12.00tg2.63; native cows,
BA.ta.gs.su; native neners, i.txxai.ho: DUlla
$J tV.i.'l 5o: calves, t2.76ti6.00.
HOGS Receipts. 8.3)0 head: market steadv
to 6o lower. Top. 14 96; bulk of sales, 14 65
IM.w; neavy, 64.bo'u4Ht); packers, $4.6u3j4-o;
jb ar.d lights, 14.2Mi4.7i'i4..
llIEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 8.000
neaa: msrxet steadv to roc lower. Native
lambs. IS.26'776.00: western lambs. 35.004i6.76
red ewes, $3.uO'(4.oo; western red yearlings,
H-vuBb.4u; stocaers ana reeaers, sz.iiXuV4.uu.
t. Lonls Live Stock Market
ST. ' LOUIS. Jan. 18.-CATTLR-necelnts.
8.600 head. Including 1,000 Texans. Marke
dull, alow and lower. Native shipping and
export steers, 14.25'd6.85, with strictly raacy
quoted up to 15.60; dressed beef and butcher
steers. u.uoiiTi.Zb: steers unaer low potman.
!3.6oiii6.00; Blockers and feeders. $2. v.ni i 7fy
cow and heifers, 12 2fd4.26; canners, tJ.'Jfi-fJ
t.60; bulls, ri.4O4.0O; calves, $3 OtKttf.OO;
Texas and Indian ateers. $2.35714.25. with
fed up to $4.66; cows and heirers, u ilV'ti.W.
HOGft Receipts. 8.600 head: maVket lower.
Pigs and lights, 14.35t74.70; packers, 14.60
A 80- botchers and heat heavy. 14.7O4i6.00.
gllttLr ANU iiAin ds rteceipts, l.rxio
heed; market steadv. Native muttons, $3 60
fr4.36; lambs, 14 vOjS W: culls and bucks.
$.'.0Oi74.20; stockers, l?.00.7.
It. Joseph Live Stock Market
ST. JOSEPH. Jan. 18. CATTLE Re
relpts. t.7H0 head; market lower; natives
$3.40'(if.00;- rowa and heifers, $1. 604.40
storkera and feeders. $2.7fa4.15.
HOGS Receipts. 4.164 head; market 51710c
lower; llpht, $4-60J4.7d; medium and heavy,
1A 7-U.7 1 ftn t
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 1,19
head; market steady to loq lower.
Slang City Llvo stork Market
SIOUX CITY, la., Jan. 18-CATTLE-
Rerelpta, 1100 head; market for killers
weak; stockers, strong: beeves. 1S.5o'i6.0o
rows, bulls and mixed, 2.0oil.60; stockers
and feeders. $2.p04i3.nO; calvea and year
lings. 1225413.50.
HOGS Receipts, 8,200 tiesd; quality poor
and 6c lower at $4.1534.76; bulk, 11.66 u 1-66.
Stock In Bight.
Following are the receipts of live stoc
at that six principal western cities yestr.
aay: .
tjatne.
.... !.4'i
.... So.OiO :
Hogs.
46.ri
8 200
SoO
4.1M
S.AI
Sheep
South Omaha
Chicago 18.56
30, ll
Kansas'. City
Bt. Iiula ...
St.. Joseph ..
Sioux City ..
Totals w...
.......... iW, V -o
.&.)
, . I7K0
, t.100
,....44.846
(.000
1 5
1.1J)
71(27 43.61.4
bVy toods Market.
KrW TORK. Jan. U. DRY OOODS-The
market shows material improvemont aa fat
as ai-iimnti goes, and buers show more
wllllngncx to pay auvsmeii pi ices. Addi
tional flimnens -1 noted In many lines,
while in print clotlia and kindred fabrh-g
a distinct advance bus been registered.
Hegiilnr print cloths have been purchased
at 3c In considerable quantity and othet
riot cloth yarn gooda are substantial!)
ilghcr.
Oils and Rosin.
Oil. CITY. Pa., Jim. 18.-OII J-CredU
balances. tl.fS; ccrtlllcstes, no bid; ship
ments, 19-,223 bbls.; average, 72.197 bbls.
tuns, i:i6.474 bbls.; average. M.i-f.9 bills.; ship
ments, Lima, t4.1-ti bbls. ; runs, Lima, llb.Ud
lit'le: ; average, 60.640 bbls.
NEW VuitK, Jsn. lb. OIIJ Cottonseed,
quiet; prime crude, nominal; prime yellow,
30t Petroleum, steady; refined. New
York, $9.10; Philadelphia and ilaltimorn,
3906; Philadelphia and Knltlmora In bulk,
tb.lo. Tin IH-ntine, quiet, bmiH9o,
SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. is. ollr Turpen
tine, firm, fine.
ROBIN-Hrm; A, R. C and l tt 60; E.
82.66; F. $2.70; G. 12-75; 11, tils); 1. 88. W;
K, $.1.15; M, $3.90; N, 136; W. G-, $4.1
1. 10;
W. W., 4.80.
Kvapornted Apples and Dried Frnlts.
NHW . YORK. Jan. 18. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market barely steady under a
light demand. Common are quoted at 4iil6c;
prime at b'tjtc; choice, 6'udc, and fancy,
oi7c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are moving rather slowly, and the local
market Is easy in tone, though oosst ad
vices Indicate firmness among primary
holders, quotations range from 3w6o,
iccordlna to grade. Apricots are in fair
jobbing demand. Choice are quoted at 9
i9c; extra choice at (iil0v,c, and fancy
t luilftc. Peachea are atettay wun cnoice
noted at 7V.ii T'Vc: extra choice at 7&80,
and fancy at t410c.
1
Coffee Market.
NB-w YORK. Jan. 18. The market fdr
coffee. futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to a decline of 6 points under mod
erate offerings that were prompted by
lower European markets. Selling, however.
was restrlctej by the light receipts and re
ports cf an Improved spot demand ao that
while demand was light during the entire
sesnlon, the market ruled generally steady
nd was finally steady at an advance of i
points to a decline of 6 points. Bales were
repbrted of 41.000 bags. Including March.
3oc; May, T.firvti7.7nc; July, 7iW7.9oo; Au
ust, 8.06c; September. 8.16c; October, 8.20a:
)scemher, 8.3f4i 8.40c. Spot Rio steady; No.
invoice, t l-l6c; mild, steady.
Elgin Batter Market.
ELGIN. 111.. Jan. 181 BUTTER Ruled
firm on the board of trade today at 21o'
per pound, a decline of 2c from last week
owing to decreased demand. Pales In tha
region for tha week were 36,900 pounds.
GOSSIP ON COMMISSION ROW
Inmnter Vegetables Art Ponrlns; In as
If There Never Wna Any .
Winter.
It begins to look about tha commission
marketa aa though there must; be aoma
aummer going on aomewhers In tha United
States. Among tha delicacies of tha seaaon
are to ba aeen fresh green onions,, head
lettuce, red radishes, new carrota arid new
turnips, parsley, cucumbers, . tomatoes and
artichokes. s
There seems email chance of any Omaha
Artla choking on . artichokes, for tha
Omaha people are apparently not aware
of tha joys of this California vegetable,
whlch'ls almost aa popular on the coast aa
la Roosevelt. A small consignment waa
received a few days ago and la 'now dis
consolately awaiting customera. But tha
grocers do not take up With them, because
their trade does not ask for them. They
IU cost the retailer $1.75 a dosen.
The oranges are not putting up the front
they were even a week ago. Within seven
daya the wholesale price has dropped from
25 to 50 cents a barrel, according to quality.
It la back to tha bargain countere with
them.
Most Ot the green stuff cornea front1 Lou
isiana. The green ontona can be expected
from how On. The head lettuce can't hold
up lta head now aa It did before, -for tha -price
ha a gone down to 15 or It a barrel,
which Is about $3.50 to the bad from the
holiday figure. The last change came
within two daya.- Sioux City hothouse
radishes, too, are down 10 cents. The car
rots are the lovllest things Imaginable and
wholesale at 75 centa a dosen. f They are
worth that alone for a bouquet. The tur
nips are bright, white little fellows, with
purple rings under the herbage. They have
been here -but a day or two and also sell
at six bits. The tomatoes now coma from
both California and Mexloo. Cabbage,
which 'has been examining the a-oent figure
ior some time, nnas it lines tne price ana
has firmed up all along the line.
TO HOLD COURT IN LINCOLN
Jndge Manger and Other OfBeers Go
to itato Capital for Short;
Terns.
Judge Mtinger, Circuit Clerk Thummell,
District Clerk Hoyt, United States Mar
shal Matthews, Deputy Marshals Walling
and Moore, comrhislng .the principal offi
cials of the United States court' for this
district, left yesterday for Llaoola te
hold the sessions of the United States cir
cuit and district courts there during the
week. There are but about half a doaen
caaea to be heard and It la barely possible
that tha court may be absent but three or .
four daya. In tha meanwhile there ia a
noticeable quietude alfout the federal court
rooma In this city, with little or no business
being transacted.
REAL EBTATB TRAKIFEBI,
Deeds filed for record January 18 as fur
nished by the Midland Guarantee and
1 rust company, bonded abalreutur,
1614
a1 arnam street, tor ma rsee:
Louis Mendelssohn and wife to Daisy
r . r.uon. iota as ana 14, block iu,
Ii .. ..- ri I 'a
too
Amanda lloyer to Rebecca and Mag
gie jioyer, lot a, block 40, giouin
Omaha
Anna Wilson and husband to Ida May
iticnarason, sft lot a, block li, Hert
ford Place
830
Anna R. Hurt and husband to Ida May
KI (-Mfm.t u f ..I t ill. . .i , u ..
- w.vwv, w ..--. n a .n w
lots ( and 7. Jerome Park... Mtftl
Frank Thompson, executor, to Julius
ems unsay, ioi , uioca IK, umact
Vlaw add 4S.
Fred Stubbendorf and wife to Joseph
t;. neeves, lots l. x, s, e, 7, s, a and 10,
block 8, and other Iota In Mellas' 1st
add
i
600-
1,600
t
L80S
8,000
Atnst Schrader to Joseph C. Reeves,
se se-4 ana ne1 se sea. 4-14-10....
Mrs. Marie Louise Fisette and hus
band to Herman Schaeffer, lot IL
block t. Hansoom Place
Frank D. Brown, administrator, to
Samuel L. Robertson, n33 feet s77
feet lot 1, n33 feet s77 fet e6 feet lot
X. block 19. rltv
Samuel L Robinson and wife to
Harry Friedman, same
Charles Wilson and wife to Georaa
Marples, lot 12. block 3. Kountae ds
Ruth's add :
Mangnus V. PJerrou et al. to Joha
J-lansen. lota 1, 3, 8, 4. i and (, block
84. Henson
1,178
. 210
John McCreary to W. V. Van Burg,
a strip 14 feet wide adjoining lot L
block 4. Maryavtlie
M. A. Benner to Olive W. Pierce, lot
I, block 259. city
Berkeley Bible Semisary to P. S. Mc-
uuire, iota ia ana Z4, block l,
Covelrg add. to Crelghton Heights..
STOCKS AND OONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISION
We have over 160 afDoee.
Refertrrxvsal )7 Stats hod Nat l anarn,
OIK ICRVICK IS THS BBS ST.
Out of Town Bustaass Solicited.
Oaaaka Braachi 1418 Par. eat 4V4, Tat. tV447
THQS. M. WADDICK. Carres p4Mdat
ia iM.wl,uu.l....ii -is--
S. SLEUMAN
Grain, Provisions & Stocky.
, Room 4 K. Y. LUa Bldg. ;
TeL CM,
Operates II Offlcais la This SLato.
stahllahal IsYL

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