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TIIK HEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910.
J. f i 1 V t CRilNASD'PiODlCE-SARET JWeak Cables Bring Oat Renewed y Liquidation Ketarding Wheat. MILLEES AJfD CASH BUYEKS WAIT All Inclined te Mold Off Their I rknn 4 Walt in Farther Break ta Cam anal Help Thorn 0i. . . '.' '; OMAHA,' Jan. 19 ISM. iy weak cables- brought Out renewed liquidation and gave the wnent market an otnor eetbtck on the start, today. Millars and all cash buyers were Inclined to hold off their purchases and wait fur further break. Farmer are -mark tint a world of wheat and tue, cash situation la con gested. . . ' Tha corn market la feeling tha heavy run of receipts and little or no tvpposition la I noticeable aa valuua gradually rase oft to ' a lower level. , Bearish s'ntlmcnt continues to rule the nlieat market. UtmJdatlon la still on and Ifich selling- order caused low re prlcea. Tho rash market whs Blow and prices were ; Qj,o lower' than yesterday. There waa a sign of buying at the clou which caused a firmer feeling. Corn waa wcuiaf and lower on very heavy marketing from country hands. Receipts have been heavy for aeveral day and give no sign of decreasing. These receipts have weakened the cauih demand and vAlues are working lower. , . lTimury wheat receipts were 128,000 bush els and shipment ' were 27,000 bushels, against receipts last )u cf 371,000 .bushels and shipments of 2b4,O00 bushels. 1'rlmary corn receipts were 512.000 bushels and ahlpments were 663,00 buehula, against receipts last year of bushels and shipments of (14,000 bushels. ( Clearances were S.OOO bushels of corn, 81,00 bushel of oats and wheat and flour equal to 1:16,000 bushels. Liverpool closed 1:M14 lower on wheat and Sw1 lower on corn. I Local range of options: . Articles. Open. High. Low. Close. Yesy. What-I till May... 1 OS 1 1 02 1027,1 102 103 .July... Mtt H 4 94 JfMa7... H 4V1 M July... 644l M'AI MVfcl 64V.I 4V I I I I I May... 4r. ,46!. 45H1 4I 4&H July... 42 j 42 417A 41T) 42 f , Oaaesha, lata lricee, ' , WHEAT No. t hard, $l.05Sfl.06Vi; No. i ' hard, $l.wzv'g'i.04; No. 4 ImiJ, 8vCSJl.92; rejected hard, K90o; No. 2 spring, 11.06 1.06H; No. 8 spring, Sl.0CKjrl.04; No. 2 durum, 924fc94o; No. 2 durum, 91ViJ'a'93c.- CORN No. 2 white, 63HV64c;. No. 3 white, 62Hfc33e; so. 4 white, Slfltii'c; No. 1 yel low, 61g2c; No. 1 yellow. 604i'ffrc; No. 4 yellow, 66tt'&6oc; No. i l2o; No. 3, WH'Soc; No. 4, EoV366ttc; no grade, 60(0 Me. ' OATS No. I white. '4ff46Uo; No. 4 white, 4&34tc: No. I yellow, 46V46o; No. 4 yel a low, 44Wi-5c. BARLEY No. 4, 61nyic: No. 1 feed, 04'3OHc. ' RYE No. 2. 74H75Wo; No. J. T374o. Car lot Rcettsn, Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago . M 12 275 110 Minneapolis iW Omaha 25 67 T fruluth 64 CHICAGO GRAM AND PROVISIONS , Feat a res of the Trading and .Closing Prices on Board of Trade. 1 CHICAGO, Jan. W.-draln prices fell off I sharply In the first half of the session here 1 today and later rallied on covering trades, I corn and wheat' closing near yesterday's ( final figures. Provisions exhibited the same general tendenoy. Liquidation based . Mm Increased arrivals 'of grain, together Vlth weak foreign cables caused a slump In wheat, the deellne at the lowest point ranging from ,o to liic. May traveled from $1.0 down to 11.07. and rallied to a close at ILOSifrLOS, a shade lower than yesterday's final . figures. The other., fu tures showed a vltullar fluctuation, July closing HfrWo lower than yesterday at 1.0041.0tl4 and September closing a shade higher than yesterday at Wtt'W!1-aa v ' Almost normal transportation 'ekudttionat trecipltated a rush of selling : In , corn, iquldatton forced the prices down - ovef a range of from T4o to IWa, Ma7 declining from 7T4o .to 660. At the dose May stood unchanged at 67VidtS7No. The other Sf"tures closed a shade to Ho higher. , In oats prtoes dropped through part of a session, but rallied toward tha close. The rantte for the day was from o to Vio. At tha finish May was V40 lower than yoa ' terday's finals at HIq479; July closed Vko lower than yesterday, at 43c and Heptember cloaedw Ho higher than the pre vious final figures at 4Hc. ' - In provisions closing prices for May froducts were as follows: fork, 121.80; ard. 112.101 riba, Jll.tWrflLKiW Tha leading futures ranged as follows: 1 Articles. I Open. I Hlgltj Low. ' Close. Bat'y, Wheat I I I May 109 1 07 i 1 00: 1 09 100 - w July... 1 0o4 I 0OHI 99S Sept...V,,H!9Hi96He'!!il 1 00 WW4 Corn- May... July... Kept... Oats May... July... a-.Vpt... f'urk Jan,,. May,,. July.',. Lard Jan... May,,, si. July... 7(g S7Vt4 671, 7 I741' 67 47 43 41Vi 60 47& 46 '- 40 21 20 1 21 55 21 6;- 47r 47 4;i 41, 44 ' 41 21 5 ' 21 75 21 80 12 50 12 05 11 W 11 65 11 50 11 60 41 21 42Vi 21 55 21 75 I 21 H0 SI 75 I 21 0 21 55 21 90 21 U0 12 45 11 80 11 00 12 47( 12 47M, 12 00 12 12 li S7! 11 87: U 77 11 &2Val 12 02Vt Jan... May... July... 11 TC 11 Mi 11 li 11 40 U 40 11 K2 11 47l 11 rt2i 11 2! 11 47H U 00 It bU No. L Cnh quotations were as follows: t'LOl'K Weak; winter patents, I5.26S? J5; winter straights, IS.OOtt'i.M; spring !.rolghts, .M.SOliS 00; bakers. S3.llitii6.4w. RYK No. 7c. ' I BARLEY Feed or mixing, 567c; fair to f hotce malting, esruTSc. x KKO Flax, No. 1 southwestern, 11.92; CVo. 1 northwestern, J2.02. Timothy, S4.0UB 4.06. Clover, S14.70. fHOVIMlONti Mess pork, per bbl., S21.75 ti217V. Lard, per 100 lbs., U.4r12.47. Short ribs, sides (loose), SU 87i U.8; short clear sides (boxed), 112.12 y 12.26. . Total clearances of wheat and Hour were equal to 136,000 bu. 1'rlmary receipts , were 72,IW- bu., compared V. IU1 2X7,00 bu. the corresponding day a year sko. Kstlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 13 cars; corn, 246 caia; oats, D4 cars; hotis, 8O,0O head. NEW YORK OK EH A I, MAHKUT 4aatatln of tho Day en Varloaa 4 Coasaaodltlea. ' NEW YORK. Jan. ltf.-FLOUR-Steady. with slow trudei sprlns; patents, $6 50 30.1a; winter, patents.- J0.4u.tt6.90; winter extras. No. 1, S4.ftM.0! Kaunas straights, S4.s0wu.15; winter slralKhts. .36(u.46; spring rlears, $t.4ti4. w inter extras. No. 2, S4 40 64.45; receipts, 22.300 bbl.; shipments, IJ.HiM) bbta. llya Hour, steady; fair to good, t:eW 4 40; choice to fancy, H.4oii4.o0 lm kwheat fhur, quiet; bulk p-r luO lha, S2.00, nominal. I 'fill V U 1 I J . n . - . n- . . 1 . . , v vi-i hi in u u.rniij . iiiiit wi:l aim rj- .low, SlUxtfil.tO; cuar.ie, $l.wyl.6o; kila dried, Xlv'36. U 2t. HYP! Steady; No. S western, fSSic, nom- ai, f. o. b. New lora. RARLKY Nominal;, feeding, nominal, c. f. New York. WHKAT .Snot. Irn gular; No. S red. S1.S8. elevator, domestic, and ll.-S, f. o. h , afloat, nomhial; No. 1 northern, Duluth, Sl.22; No. S bard winter, Sl-23. nominal, f. o. b., afloat. , The option market waa nervous, and after declining over a cent a bushel, under liquidation on the weak cables and layer receipts regained mont of the loss on covering by shorts, closing c net lower. May closed at l.lti and Jul at 41.06. - Receipts, 27,uO bu. ; shipments. 11,000 bu. CORN pot, steady; No. S, 73c, elevator, domestic; 73e. delivered, and 72c, f. o. b., V afloat, nominal. Options . wph without transactions, closing unchanged to o net loaer..- May closed at Kc, July at 7jc, 1 tieptember at 7bc Receipts, 20,360 bu.; Xiifpments, H.13S bu. OATft Spot eaiiy; mixed,. 26 to S3 lbs., nominal; natural white, H to 32 lbs , txic; cupped wnita, 94 o 41 lbs., MV"io. l . Receipts, bu. - . f X HAY-Ktjm; prime, 1.16; No.,1. L10L15; 1 No. t, SI C"); No. I. SOc . I i I HotS Steady; state, trmmon to rholoe. t f9tK'X!3rK-; liwH, li-aiSc. I'arino coast. 19o:i, J H.:s elteady, F Bogota. 2tir22c. ' LKATH Kit Stei Central America. 22c; teady: hemlock firsts. i4t 7-; seconds. I.tul.c: tlilr1s, 2.'di3i-; rejerts, Jihitlc. . . . t VklO YlSlONii-Pol k, ti) weirf, Ki 00 l";M27: family, S'M (OfiKis; ?r.rrt clear. S.K.VO u2;..'.0. Reef.' firm; iiiea. . Si 1 r.'" 1 1 2 Th); fam ily, Sm.'JNi IC.-4); liff hams. J24.0d2.il. Cut musts, quiet; pickled hellf-s. 10 to 14 lbs., HHm-dlS Mi; pickled hum.. 1 12 Vi 14 00 lrd. eay; middle weM. prime. 1J Ji'.ii 12 re fined. tirty; continent,- IU 6; S.JUih America, 114 6; ciniicomid, Ti !!tt 10 .60. Hl.'TTKR I 'nsettlen; cresmery. sp-lls, ic; extras, ; tlitvd to fiist. 1 i4c; cresmery, held, second to special, Vi-'ir; state, dairy, common to finest, S-f 3c; process, firn 10 special. 27rf'c; wete'n, factory, 24'4i25c; western. Imitation cream ery, 2l'&2e. ' CHF.KSB Firm; !. new. full cream, special, 17i&18c; same, flcpteinher, fancy, 17'c; same, October, beat, Uc( same, winter made, beat. l.'c; same, common to good, 13lTic; sklma. full to special, I if 14C. KOO.M Firmer; western, extra first. 42c; first, 40-i41e; lower tirades, jO-.rJSc; refrig erator. 25V2fic. IDL'I.TKV-Alive, e-acier; western chlck en, lc; fowls. 17o; turkeys, 121tl7o; dicsHed, firm; western chickens, 16'yltfc; fuwlp, 14'(U7c; turkeya, 23'u24c. , WBATIIKR ijl TUB GRAtX 11ELT For Xebraaka Fair tod Cooler on Tharsday la tho Oatlook. OMAHA,' Jan. 19, 10. The rlns and snows In the lower lake region and Ohio valley and the rains in the southern states, ' reported In the pre ceding report, have discontinued and fair weather is general throughout those sec tions this morning. Clear weather pre vails from tho ' Allegheny -to the Rockv mountains, and fair weather Is general throughout the west, . except light rains and snows are falling on the northern Rocky mountain plateau. Temperatures are lower everywhere east of the MIksIo slppl river and along tha southwest border. They are much higher over' the Missouri valley. No Important change id tempera ture haa occurred In the west since the last report, and ho important change Is ex pected In this vicinity within tho next thirty-six hours, except Uiat it will be slightly colder Thursday. Fair weather will continue tonight and Thursday. Record of temperature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the last three years: 1910. 1909. lfiOM. 1907. Minimum temperature.... 30 25 30 10 Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .06 Normal temperature for today. 20 de gree. , Kxcess In precipitation sinoo March L 6. t Inches. leflclency corresponding period In 1908, S.6H Inches. ' leficlency corresponding, period In 1907, 7.88 Inches. . L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster. 1 tit. Louis Geaeral Market. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 19. WHEAT Lower; track. No. 2 red, cash, S1.24tfl.2S; No. 3 hard, ll.OoVal.15; May, 1.09'ttl.00! July, MVSu 9Mc. ' ' RN T.ower: track. No. S cash. 65c; NO. 2 white, 68c; May, 6767c; July, 67W 67C OATS Lower; track. No. 2 cash, 48c; No. 2 white, 49c; May, 47c; July, 43c , RYE Unchanged at IKi(81c. FLOUR Unchanged; red winter patents, S5.65tu4.10; extra fancy and straight, So.OOi B.ttO; hard winter clears, Sil.90a4.20. SEED-Tlmothy, S2.5O(g.0O. CORNMEAL-S3.10. . - BRAN Weak ; Backed eaat track, S121 1.22. HAY Firm; timothy, lt.6018.00; prairie, $13. 0 14.60. BAOOING-c. HEMP TWINE 7e. PROVISIONS Lard, lower; prlmo ateam, S12.20al2.40; dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed extra shorts, S13.00; clear ribs, $13.00; short clears, $13.25. Bacon, unchanged; boxed, extra short, $14,261 clear rlba, $14.25; ahort clears, $14.50. POULTRY Firm; chickens, lSc; aprlngs, 16c; turkeys, 21c; ducks, 14c; geese, 8(&'10a. BUTTER Steady; creamery, S0J36c. EQG8 Lower, 80c. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbla. 8,700 10,300 Wheat, bu 44,400 43.700 Corn, bu 78,100 9S.090 Oats, bu 75.200 106,000 Kssnu City Grata and Provisions. KANSAS CITY, Jan. IS. WHEAT Mar ket lo lower; No. 2 hard, $1.07&1.12; No. S, $1.061.11; No. I red, $1.211.2S; No. t, $1.17 if 1.24, May, $1.041.04. sellers; July, 94o, bid. CORN--tTncnanged to 1 He lower) Ko. S mixed, 66c; No. 3, 65c; No. I white, 66c; No. 3, 66o; May,' 68&66c, sellers; July, 66c sellers. ' J ' ' OATS Unchanged to o lower; No. 2 white. 48iU60o; No. 2 mixed, 46&48c. HAYUnaTiangrchotce timothy 1S.759 14 .00; choice prairie, $U.7612. 00 choice al falfa. $18.0018.60. ' "v B UTTER Creamery extras, S4cf firsts, S2c; seconds, 20o; packing stock, 23o. EOOS Extras, 33o; firsts, 32o; current receipts, 29c; seconds and dirtied 17o. Receipts. Shipments. Wheat, bu ,.76,000 63,on Corn, bu. 29,000 , 38,000 Oats, bu.. 6,000 9,000 Options at Kansas City: Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Wheat ''.' I ' May 1 04 1 04 1 03 1 04A July 94 , 94 '98 4B Corn May 66 66 65 A July 65 6 j 65 66A - ''' I Minneapolis Grata Market. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. W. WHEAT May, $1.09; July, $1.10. Cash, No. 1 hard, $l.ll(&1.12; No. 1 northern, $1.10S1.U; No. 2 northern, $1.081.09; No. S north ern. $1.0631.0S, -. , ... FLAX-42.02. ' - CORN No. 3 yellow, 6981fl04o. 1 - OATS-No. 8 white. 44(S46e. RYE No. 2. 76&'77c. BRAN In 100-11). sacks, S28.OW23.50. FLOUR In wood. f. o. b., Minneapolis; First patents, S5.4otJ.eO; second patents, $5.205.40; first clears, . H.XtfiM; second clears, $3.104(1. 40. Philadelphia Produce Market. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19. BUTTER Weak and lower; western , creamery,' 36c; nearby prints, J7c. EGOS Steady; Pennsylvania and nearby firsts f. c, 42o at mark; current receipts In returnable cases, 40c at mark; current receipts f. c, 8&40c at mark. CHEESE Firm; New York full creams, 17i17c; fair to good, 10417c. Peorta Grata Market. PEORIA, 111.. Jan. 19. CORN Lower; No. 3 white, Kc; No. 4 white, 62hK2c; No. S yellow, 63fi4c; No. S, 63c; No. 4, 6Jc; no grade, 67rn'6Sc. . OATS Lower; No. 8 white, 4747c; No. 4 white, 46c; standard, 47c. Mllvraakee Grata Market. MILWAUKEE, Jan. 19. WHEAT No. 1 northern, $l.lfraU7; No. 2 northern, SL 149 1.15; May. $1.09. OATS 4tiil48c. BARLEY Samples, 68371c. - Duluth Grain Market. rULUTH, Jan. 19. WHEAT May, $1.10; July. $1.10; No. 1 northern, $1.10; No. 2 northern, $1.04. OATS 45c. e Cottoa Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 19.-COTTON-The market opened firm at 'an advance of lirf 37 points and while there was a renewal of liquidation by western and southern house which caused a slight reaction during the first few minute ths undertone was de cidedly better and prices during the middle of the morulng ruled about a&CT points net higher on tha active month or prac tically $3.25 per bale above the low point of yesterday. Better cable than expected and reports of an Increased demand from spinners In connection with the strong character of the buying which developed on the break of yesterday seemed reassur ing to the remaining long Interest. Future opciied firm; January, 14c; March, 12otc; May. 14.15c: July, 14Uc; Autiuht, 13.twc; September, 13 (Tic; October, I2.H60. Futures eloaed very steady; January, 14.11c; February, 14.0,'c; March, 14 12c; April, 14. li; M., 14.21c; June, 14.2Uc; July, 14.21c; August, 13. 9&c; September, 13.170; October, U.tUc; December, n.6oc. Spot closod quiet, 56 point higher; mid dling upland, 14.40c; middling gulf, 146uc; uiea, none. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 19.-COTTON Spot were nominal. Low ordinary, 11 5-lSc; ordinary, 12e, nominal; good ordinary, 13 -lftc; strictly goml ordinary, 14c; low middling. 14 7-le; strictly low nildiTllng. 14c; middling, 15c; strictly middling, 15 c; good middling. 15c; strictly g.vod middling, 16 7-16c; middling fair, 15 -ltc; middling ralr to fair, li l-16e; fair, 16 6-lc, nominal. Iteceipts. 8.2a bales; stock, xll.JOB balee. UALVF.STON. Jan. I8.-COTT0N-steady, 15c. ( of fee Market. ' NEW YORK, Jan. lS.-COKFEK-Ftitures cloKrd steady at a net decline of S-jlO points. Sale were reported of 13 tM bag. Includ ing January at $470: March, ti.7tji 76; May. it Ou.; July, $6.85; September. $6.85 nil 90; 1 eieml."r. $6 90. Spot, quiet; No. J lUn. 8 li-lt.(r vi:; No 4 Samoa, 4tl)i; mild, vjuiki; Cordova, 11', - . NEW YORK STOCKS AH BONDS Collapse in Hockinj Valley Affects the Entire List MUCH LIKE ROCK ISLAND DEAL Drop of Over lty Polat Caasea ' Two Failure aad OrnisrsllaM -Market- alight Rally - . Near Llnse, . . .. NEW YORK. Jan. 19. Those ennorned In the stock market had their attention diverted today from general causes affett lnr values to those having to do w.th purely speculative rauses. The oollapte 11) Columbus and Hocking Valley Coal and Iron affected the market in much tho same way as the Rook Inland episode In the maikel of December 27 and gave rUe 10 the question whether Inveatlgatlort and dis cipline by tii slock exchange officers were to follow as In the Rock Island case. The activities of a market pool In' the Hocking stock have been notorious for months. In the course of . which venturesome bear traders attempted to profit by the evidence of inflation In the, price of the stock by short sales, How Utile genuine demand ex isted for the stock was the striking demon stration of Its action today when bankers called loans from the holders. The col lapse to 25, compared with l7 for the last price yesterday and 92 last week, repre sents a suddenness of deflation rare In the history of the New York Stock exchange. The sympathetic effect was particularly se vere on stocks open to any suspicion of having been treated In similar way in the course of rapid advances in their mar ket -quotations. There ware some of the stocks with a wider market that did not escape the unfavorable inference to be drawn from the day' principal episode. There was a' noticeable tendency. In fact, to point to the Incident as sympathetic of methods pursued In a wide f.eld of spec ulative endeavor through the campaign which waa waged last year in the stock market. The violence of the fall in price In Itself gave rise to many rumors. The announce ment of two stock exchange failures, di rectly due to the collapse lu Hocking Val ley naturally stimulated the spread of such rumors. Another crop of rumor had to do with the supposed revenues of power ful capitalists being wreaked upon one an other by fostering the fall In values of stocks. The course of events encouraged the, bears to extend their operations. The final selling movement in tho last hour gave special evidence of professional bear origin and the very active demand to cover shorts and the vigor of the closing rally were convincing of the fact. The opening market gave good promise of advancing, helped by foreign buying of stocks Induced by the better feeling cre ated in English financial circles by the day's news from the elections in progress. Prices closed considerably above the low est and with an active rally In progress. The total sales 1,643.400 Shares made the largest day's business since the panlo pe riod In 1907. Bonds were weak. Total sales, par value, $4,735,000. United States bonds unchanged on call. Number of sales and leading quotation on stock were aa follows: Biles. High. Low. Clou. Allti-Cbalmsni ptd 1.100 60 4 47 Amalismatwl Copper 67,M R44 81 HI "4 Aaiarican ARTtoultuiml .... 8( 46 46 46 Am. tloat Buga 1.100 44 414 41 Am. Can ptd I,6o0 1 77 77 Am. C. A P 4,S4 6., 44H Am. Ortton Oil t.ino 64 62 (14 Am. H. ft L pM 1,(100 43 42 4I Am. lee R wulea 1,4) 4 KM M4 American Unaed :. 4to 1C.14 164, liiYfc Amerloui Locomotive ..... 4,000 54 U 63 Am. g. t R S4.9H0 6 81 " V Am. B. 4t R. prd 1,000 110 - In in Am. Sugar Rerinlng.. 4.0OO 1X4 UO 121 Am. T. T 1O.70D U4, Wt mtt Am. Tobacco pfd aoo MU M American Woolen iliO jUt4 M KM Anaconda Mining Oo 10. 100 bu, ' 4H 4 Atchtaon 40. DuO 11H4 US' -ll7 . Atchbon pfd 6o0 ls.v lo lut Atlamto Coast Use l.poO. 13114 Vi .. 129. Baltimore at Ohio 11,100 lit 11414 114 Bal. Ohio ptd 100 N 3 &) Bethlehem Steel 100 m ' Ml' !WH Brooklyn Rapid Tr 16,700 . 75 71 H W4 Canadian Paclflo 1700 '380 ' 17r! .179 Central leather ............ 6,404. 43 41 ; 41 OentljU LeatiMT ptd. A.m.' 0 107 1W 1W( Central of New Jenwy U0 Si) ' J00 310 ' Oheaapeaka ft Ohio........ 61, 2. W 87 . 3 ,' U Chicaje A Alton..,..,,...: 400 44 Chlaigo Ot. W.. new 4,700 1241 30 HI Oh lotto N. W l.tOO 16H 1M 1AK C. M..;. Bt. r 40,700 148 146 nt.- O.,' C.; -St. i,., H0 7 78 78 Colorado F. A I - 5.90 46 42 4V)t Colorado A .Southern...... , ..SO 68 64 M Colo. & So. 1st ptd..A.,.. TOO 81 61 til Colo. A So. M ptd tOO 10 80,. 80 Conaolldated Oaa U.SoO 1M 143 'ltt Cora Product 4,800 10 lit '.' 1 Delaware 4k Huaaon 1, 0 17S it no DenTer Rio Urande 4.700 4 41 ' 43 D. R. O. pfd 1,100 to 79 . Dlatlllera' Securities 400 14 83 83 Erie (.400 81 10 ar Erie lit pfd l.toi) . 4 47 Brte Id ptd L0O0 88 88 87 General Electric 1,000 164 168 161 Oreat Northern pfd 17.800 lift ISO 181 Great Northern Ore otrs.... 1,100 13 T u Illlnele Central 600 142 141 143 Interborouih Mat. 47,100 23 10 to Int. Met., pfd 800 6 6e International Harveater .... I.tuO 111 11 11 Int. Marine pfd I,4u0 . 21 1 1H International Paper .' 14 13 IS International Pump ........ 600 60 48 ' 4e Iowa Central " ' 60S 2 '& M Kanaa Cltjr So......,...,o. 1.SO0 40 t. K. O. So. pfd........' -400- t 87 47 Loulavllle A N ... 4,900 161 Us H Minn. eV Bt. lL 200 48 43 48 M.. Bt. P. A 8. S. M. ..... 1.100 133 ISO )1 Mo. Pacific, ex-rlght'.'." 18.40U 70 7 es M.. K. A T V....H,800 '4IH4 43 48 M., k. a T. pro National Blacult - lie National Lead 4,100 86 83 83 N. R. R. of M. Ut ptd 63 New- York Central ,aw lit in in N. Y O. A W 6,400 . 46 , 43 44 Norfolk A Western 4,000 87 96 Wi North American l.H T '. 1 PacKle Mall , 1.100 36 88 VI Penneylvanla XM00 133 131 131 People's Oaa S.,800 113 112 1U P., C, a St. L 600 88 87 W Preaeed Steel Oar I,6o0 46 44 44 Pullman Palace Car 6J0 ISO 168 18 Rallwar Steel Spring l.WW 4 46 46 Reeding 303.600 IK 16H 1! Republic Steel t.400 40 38 3H Republic Steel pfd 1.400 101 100 100 Rouk laland Co 8S,to0 44 4o 40 Rock Uland Oo. ptd i.m 84 84 83 St. L. A B. F. 3d pfd 1,000 6i 63 62 Bt. L. 8. W. ptd too 74 73 72 Rloae-Sheffleld S. A 1 300 80 80 1 Southern Pacltlo SI.mk) 1S3 Hi liiV Southern Railway 7. loo 31 - 80 Do So. Rallwar ptd 4,4.0 9 M 06 Tenneaeee Copper I.') 37 88 8 Teiaa Pacific 3i0 33 30 80 T.. St. U A W 1,400 60 48 4 T., Bt. L. A W. pfd 1.000 68 06 6 Union Pacific 178.000 IN inn lwi Union Paclflo pfd., 4,0o0 loo U. S. Realty 6.W A T 7( It S. Rubber I.o0 48 44 44 U 8. Sle.1 S1.4") 84 81 81 C. 8. Steel pfd a. 1U 121 I43 I'Uh Copper a .tuO U 61 61 Va.-Caroltn Chemloat .... ."0 66 62 Wabaeh 4,500 22 21 31 Webaata Pfd .)" 41 48 Weetern Maryland tfa .... W.twO 62 t 4 WetliiahouM Hlectrlo 4.100 74 71 71 Weatera Union Wheellog A L. B Wbioonaln Central ... Pittsburg Coal Am. Steel Foundry.... United Ury Ooods...., ... I,0o0 73 72 73 600 6 I . 3o0 47 47 4. . t.sio a ii 18 . I,3o0 64 62 2 ll . 4.300 107 104 104 Laclede Oa Total sale (or the day, 3.41,4O0 share. Lead Stock Market. tONDON, Jan. 18. American securities opened firm and above parity on overnight New York buying orders. Uuring the .first hour of trading local covering carried pi Ice nil higher and at noon the market was firm and from VlTl above yesterday's New York closing. Ixindon closing stocks: Console, money Si loulavllle A N. lj do account U K, tt T 46 Amal. Copper N. Y. central 121 Anaeoota ) Norfolk W loo. Atchieon uu da ptd....... 83 do pld lue Ontario W... 444 Beltlnture A Ohio. .. .liPenuylanla Canadian Pacirio l6kand Mlnea ' l.heuLpeek 4k O ev Heading 83 Chicago U. W 34 Southe.n Hj I t ill.. Mil. A St. P. ..161 do ptd 71 D. Beara 18Seuthern Pacllte 115 Denver at kl O. .. . . 4 talt Pacllle ,.1 da ptd 33 do pfd ..lot Erie 331). g. Steel .....tt do let pfd 60 do ptd 124 do 3d Pld vYabaaa 33 Graud Trunk 3i du ptd 62 limtula Central 141 Specie 4a 8 Ux-dlvidend. B1L.VKR Bar, steady at 34 S-lGd per os. Mt)NKY 3 per cent. The rat of discount In the open market for short and three months bills Is 3 I0-I04 $ (tr cent. See fork Satalag; ttoeka. NEW YORK. Jan. 1 Cloaing quotations on mining tock were: Alloa .' ITS Loadrllle Con t Brunswick Coa 4 'Luile chief Com. Tun net Mack... 34 Meiu-aa 170 do bonds 18 Ontario 837 Oca. Cal. A V 17 Ophlr je Horn silver 73 Standard to Irou Silver I Yellow Jacket Ua O tared. Treaaary Htateateat. WASHINGTON, Jan. ID The condition of the treasury at the beginning ot bual uiks tod:y wu as follows: Trust l'uud-lold coin, $173,11,m19; silver dollars, $44. WB 000; Oliver dollars of lWO, -l:il. vt0. silver certificates ouUtanding, 44M.S.D.OOU. licncial Fund Standard aftver dollar to general fund. $&. tail). Sot ; current llablljtlee, vi.!Ni.3M; working balance In treasury ot fli.en, tJl.lTb.GVn; In bank to credit of treas urer of the L lilted ftitee., $Md,3T4.6S; sub sidiary silver coin, $18.3X3.467; minor coin, $l,0K2.r; total balanoo In general fund, 0,Zof.,Ml. New York Stoaey Market. NEW TORK, Jan. l.-MONKT-On 011, steady. $Vy4 per cent, ruling rate, i per cent; closing bid, 3 per oenf; offered at 33 per cent. Time loans, easier; alxty days and ninety daya, 4 per cent; six months. 4 per cent. PHI MB MERCANTILE PAPER 45 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Kasy, with actual business In banker' bills at S4S&0 for sixty-day bill, and at $4 (0 for de mand. Commercial bill $4 R3VJ4 3r4. KIIVER Bar, f'2'v. Mexican dollar. 44o. HuNIiH Government, steady; railroad bonds weak. Closing luotntlon on bonds wera as fol lows: P. S rW ta, rg....100.tnt. Met. 4 St do coupon 1olnt. M. M. 4 U. S. (a. reg 101 Japan 4 88 do coupon loi do 4s t U. 8. 4, reg 114 K. C. Bo. let la t8 do coupon )14U S. deb. 4S 1801.... 34 Allla-nhal. let ta..... 83 L AN ant. 4s 8 Am. Aa ta 103 K. A T. let 4a.. tw Am. T. A T. cv. 4s..V2 do gen. 4a fv Am. Tobacco 4 77 Mo. Pacific 4e l do Sn , loN. R. R, of M. 4.. 84 Armour A Co. 4s. .. MN. T. C. g. 3a 1 Atihlaofl gen. 4a 100 do deb 4a to d0 CT. 4e. 116N. Y., N H. A H. o cv. 6a 117 ov. a 134 At. C. L 1st 4 84 N. A W. 1.L.O. 4... t Hat. A Ohio 4 du cv.4,.7: Vn o S3 No. Paclflo 4 UK do S. V.'. 3 do 8 73 Br. Tr. cv. 4e 830. 8. U rMg. 4e-. . , 4 c. of Oa. 6s i..inaPenn. c. Ie 1816., ft Cfn. Leether 6 80 do eon. to 104 of N. 1. g. to. ...ill Reading gen. 4a Chea. Ohio 4s....k28t S. F. fg. 4s. S4 do ref. im 104 do gen. 6s 83 Chicago A A. 3a.... 748t. L. S. W. . 4... 78 C. 'U. A Q. J 4s ' du let gold 4e...... S3 do cm. 4e Seaboard A. L. 4... 84 C. M. A BP. g 3s 8t8o. Pat I Oo col. 4s.... M C, R. I. 4V.P. a 4a.. o do cv. 4. los dn col. 6.. loj do let ret. to H do rfg. to 81 So. Railway to... .108 Colo, lnd. 6a 81 do gen. 4a 80 Colo. Mid. 4 n Union Paclflo ta lot C. S. r. A e. 4 e do ev. to no D. A H. ef 4 ino do 1st A ref. to.... 7 D. A It O. 4 it!!. B. Rubber ta 108 " rf. 6a 4 t. s. Sleet id t lot pintlllera- sa 73 V a -Clare, diem. 6s.. to Erie p. I. to 86awabah let 6 Ill lo gen. 4a 7 do let A . 4.... 1M4 "do cv. to, ser. A. It Western Md. 4 86 do eerie B TJ'e4. Bleo. ev. Bs... 8S fn. Elec. v. i 144 Wl. Central to. 84 ill. Gen. 1st ref. 4s.. r Bla. OHemii, Treaaary Statement. Boston Storks aad Boada. BOSTON, Jan. 19. Money, call loans, 4H per oent; time loans, 4HS per cent. Closing-quotations: ... Atchison ad). 4a 88 Amalcamated 11 4 -. ArlsM cm. 46 Men. Central to 1)3 Atlantio ...T.i 11 Atchison R.' R........lliButte Coalition Is Oo P'"l 103Cal. at Artsnna...,,.. 81 Boston A Albany ISO Cel. Heola too Ronton Maine 147 Centennial . at Boston Klevated 133Copper Rang ,. 80 Fltohburg pld ISO Daly West Is N. Y., N. H. A H....1M Franklin It Union Paclflo 1l Orsnby ... ....10o Am. Arge. Cham.... 4t Oreene Cknanea Mi do ptd 1011 Isle Rovale 16 Am. Pneu. Tube.(... 7 Mass. Mining i-a, Amer. Sugar 190 Michigan t do pfd 131 Mohawk M Am. T. A T 136Nevada 39 Amer. Woolen 33 Old Dominion 47 do pfd 101 Osceola 168 F-dlson Elec. I11U....34 Parrot M General Klectrlo 163 Qulncy 87 ". Electric )88hannon . n do pfd 80 Tamarack ; 84 Mass. Uaa 78Trlnlty j. . United Krult 17 U. B. Mining 48 United 8. M V. S. OIL..- 83 io pfd 3Utah . 40 U. 8. Steel 81 Victoria 4 da pfd ,....12lWlnooa 11 Adventure ' Wolverine 148 Ailoues 63 North Butt ...,.... to Aaked. Bid. v. 1 '- '0 aLaeat , peeantles. , . Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns, jr., 614 New Tork Life building, Omaha: ' BIO. Assea. Beatrlo Creamery pfd, t per oent..., 80 tt City of Omaha 4a ret., ;34 106 loti City Of Omaha 4s. 1Z 104 1W City of New York to, into KM. 101 California O. A B. 6s, 13T 86 84 Columbus, Neb., Klectrlo Light 6s, lUt 86 86 City uaa - A If leans, Water,oo....4M 7 M Cuuahy Packing Co. ta, 1M4 . 100 100 Deovar Stock Yards Slock. .i..;l.' 87 "' 88 Independent Tel. as, 1833...,, mr 31 international Coa. Co tl at Kennedy Bldg. Co. ':?.!'' lot Long Bell Lumber Co. ta, l13si.'.l...;yf w . tot" Ulcnlgan Stale Tel. 6a, 1834 ..i 100 Nebraska Tel, Stock, 4 per cent.. 100 ' loo Omaha Water Co. as. ltto i...'-84'" ae Oruba Osa 6a, 1317 i 83 , 8 Omaha K. L. A P. Co. ia. 1841 st s Omaha K. U A P. Co. as pld tl 4 Omaha A C. B. St. Rf. ta.' lal. ........ to 100 Omaha A O. B. St, Ry. ptd. t per cent 84 si Omaha A C. s). St. Ry. com ...:' 76 -It Omaha A C. B. Ry A B. Oo. pfd.....: to , to umaoa maker wi. , in pru , 14 fa gloui City Stock Yard ptd, t Bar sent 80 ,81 South Omaha ref. 4s. 1811 ....1100 loo Seattle Lighting Oo. M, 1830...., , 17 8 L'nloa S. Y., Bo. Omaha to 88 OMAHA GKKBlVAIi HABKUT, Staal and Fancy Prodnc Prices Fare nlaked by Bayer and Whaleaalera. BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered lo me retail traue in 1-10. eartona, 27c; No. L In 60-lb. tuba. 80 Wc. No. 1 In 1-lh. cartons 36c; In 60-lb. tubs, 84Vc; packing stock, solid pack, 33c; fresh rolls, 33i4o; fanoy dairy, roll, 25c; common butter, 23o. Market changes every Tuesday. fOULiTRY Dressed: Broilers; $5 dos.; springs, 15c; bens, 16c; cooks, lc; ducks, loc; geese, 14c; turkeys, 30c; pigeons, per dos., $1.36; Horner squabs, $4 per dos.; fancy sou aba. $3.60 Pr dox.: No. 1. 33.00 iter dost Alive: Broiler, under 2 lbs., l&o; over 2 ids, no; nens, lie; cocas, vc; duoks, full feathered, 12o; geese, full feathered, Sc; turkeys, 13c; guinea fowls, S3 per dos.; pig eons, ouv per qui i . F18H (all frozen) Herring, to; salmon, 11c; pickerel, c; whlteflsh, 11c; pike, 13c; trout, 10c; cattish, lie; crappies, c to sc; large orappiea, loc; black pass, 36c) red snapper, 13c; ameita, 14c;. frog legs, bOo a aoaen; Spanish mackerel, l&o; eel, 18c; haddook, lac: tlounders, 13o. OYaTKRS Selects, small cans, 36c; large, 40c; gallon, $1.86; New York oounis, small, 33c; large, 4oc; gallon, $1.36; standard, small, iic, large, toe; gallon, $1.36. b'RL'l'l'ii Orangas; Kxira onolce, S6s, 112a, libs, box, $3.60; 160. box, 3.b6; 17u, sMM and lUOa, box, $2.36; extra fancy RediandaT, m, lUa and lis, box, $3.76; 160a, btx. $3.36; 17ba, ZOOs, and 210. box, $3.00. Lemons: t-xtra tancy, 3oo and 3eoa, per box, 6.00; extra choice, 3ou, Sous, per box, $4.76. Grape truit: i'lorida Indian River, box, $4 00. 'langerlns: Florida, ' 144 and Iom, box, $3.60. Pineapples: Florida Indian River, 34s and oa, crate, 3 do. t) Uumu Florida, 100 to 1M, box, So.oo. , Appiec Choice White Peai nuiin, ?L.M; lien Lavia, Colorado, $1.36; W Ine bap, Colorado, $3.oi); Joriaihana, Colorado, $3.uu; Greening, Colo rado, par box, $1.60; Mmaouii Pippiua, Colo rado, per box, $L76; Genltons. Colorado, per box, $1.60; Iowa Jonathan, bbl., $6.u0; Iowa Wine Saps, bbl., $6.00; Iowa Missouri flpplD, bbl., 4o.0w, iowa Ben L-avia, ulu., $4. i'u; Beu Uavis, strictly No. i Missouri, bbl,, $3.76; Missouri Pippins, strictly No. i bbl., $.76; osiios, strictly No 1 Missouri, bbl.,-$4.ou; Ureenuigf, jNew ork, io. 1 Parmer' pack, bbl., $3.60; ext. 'a fancy New York Greenings, bbl., tl.uO. Grapes: Mala gas, extra choic iiupurted, bbl., $.6V; Ma lagaa, fancy imuorud. bbl.. to. 00: Maiaaa. cj.ua fancy, exua ueavy, uupurteu, oul., $ti.io; Malagas, extra tancy, tinted, highly colored, imported, Phi., $6 Oo. Bananas: kxtra fancy, Port L,imun or Changumoia, 1 1 nost and largest, bunch, $3.60; extra fancy, apecial 7D-1U. Ouncuaa, bunch, $3.00; extra fancy, bunch, 33.UOI3.75. Cranberries, luxira fancy, long ktivping, bbl., $7 60; Jer key, ripe, bol., 40. 60. Pears: Cuiilorma, extra lancy fcaaitr Beurre, box, $i.50. r'iga; New imporieo, e-ciowu, ib., lie; new in.ported, 4-cruwn, ib.. 13c: new. 1m- poiied, 12 13-os. paclfages, dox, bOu; new iinpoi tea, ov o-oi. uucaagea, box, $3.00; tm poiied, 1-lb. backet) loc VtuiiTAiiL.il.! c'auafiower: . California, per crate,. t3.ou. ilo.iey: ..Colyrado, per crate, $o.3o, bweet Putaioea: Kitnaaa, S-bu. out., 3.tAi. celery: Jumbo California. Der dox., 4C Head Lettuce: Per hamper, $.60. .wavw vaiipiii,ii yvt su., ' iao. v M o- bake: w lecoiisin genuine Holland aeeri lb., ic. Tomatoes: Florida, tv-baaxct crate, per crate, $6.60. Old Turnip, tteets, Car- loia or rarsnipa: for bbl., Z.3o. Onion: Red Globe, extra large, per lb.. l'o- cipanlsh, large crates, crate, 31. Oo: Muaniah mall New York crate, crate, $1.6o. t.l.r tuio-fto. i rios, lor.; r,o. j ribs 13c,' JSo.-S ribs, ko ; No. 1 loin,' Ilk;' No. i loin, 13e ; No. 3 loin, c; No. 1 chuck 7c; No. 2 chuck, tic; mo. 3 chuck. 6u, 4o. a rouuu, w, vtw. m gouuu, flsu; ri o. round, 7c; No. 1' piate. b.e: No. a mate 6c; No. S plate, 4Vc . . , NUT B Aimonds: Drake seedlings, nar lb., lac; Hraxila, large, per lb., 13o,- til- cert, lavrav, iicr is., ua-c; pecan, jumbo Texas, per lb., loo; pecan, medium Texas, per 10., 13vic; black walnuts, per lb., 2)0; hickory, small, per lb., to; hickory, large, per lb.. 4c; California walnut. No. 1, auft hell, per lb., 16c; California walnuts, No. 3. soft shell, per lb., lie; peanuts, raw, per lb., be; peanut. Jumbo, raw, per lb., SVeo; pranuaa, roaated, per lb., Sc; ' peanuia, sailed, per box, $1.26. DATES Thirty 1-lb. package, per box. M'J.,: nw Hallawe'en, per lb., SVo; sugar ivaJuut, i.f L..S, V6t; f aid, par lb., loo. OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET Bectipta of Cattle Continue Quite Liberal for the Season. saaaaaai-toaa. HOGS SLIP OFF MOTHER NOTCH Sheea anal Uiaks Sell ta Fairly Osod Adraataare at Trlees Wt . Materia ally Dlffereat from Those) PrvvalllaK Taesday. ' SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. 19. 1M0. Receipt war: Cattle. Hog. Eheep. Official Monday 4.K10 R.7 7.10S Official Tuesday 8.7M lO.Oi g f.14 Estimate Wednesday S.S00 9.000 t.600 Three day this week.. 13.751 21.777 23.130 Same day last week.... 30.OI6 K.ASft 2M0X Same daya 2 weeks ego.. 11 34 10.R74 14 2S Same days S week ago.. 9.50 .m 18 $47 Hame daya 4 weeks ago.. S.731 17.377 15.477 pam days last year 14.802 83.321 20,823 The following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for tho year to date, compared with last year: 1910. 10. Ino. Dee Cattle .' 66 97S M.S9 81 Hogs lOP.Jon i,7,fif9 41.260 Sheep S3, 00 81.1M 3,74 The following table shows the a vera;' prlca of hogs at South Omaha for the laat several daya, with comparisons. Data. 1910. 109.1S08. 1907. 19OS.l06. 1904. Jan. S 81 4 $0 S SI S 221 4 Ml 4 1 Jan. 10... S22H 4 2? $ 30 S 20 4 S3 Jan. 11... $18 S 74 4 1 t 2! t 33 4 Wt 4 63 Jan. 12... S 'i S S3 6 80 6 28 4 3 61 Jan. 13... S47S86 4 08 S4347l Jan. 14... SIX 6 37 4 20 2 460472 Jan. 16... S 42; 6 87 4 29 ST. 6 29 4 69 Jan. Iff... 5 93 4 S3 S 42 6 29 4 f2 4 74 Jan. 17... 8 4H 4 26 6 42 5 24 4 61 Jan. 13... 8 43 808423660(27456469 Jan. 1 603 6 49 6 29 4 65 4 74 'Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock at the Union Hlock yards, Houth Omaha, for twenty-tour hours ending at S o clock yes terday afternoon: RECKIPl'S. Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.Hrs. C, M. & St. P 4 2 S Wabash R. R 11 .. Missouri Paclflo .w.. 4 - 1 Union 1'aclflc 44 46 15 S C. A N. W. (east).. 1 18 C. A N. W. (west).., 24 36 , .. 0., St. P. M. A O.. 6 11 1 C. B. A, Q. (eaat) 7 4 4 8 C. U. A Q. (west) 25 27 2 C, R I. A P. (eaat).. 10 .. S Illinois Central 2 .. C, Ot. W 2 8 2 Total receipt ....125 133 DISPOSITION. ' Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Omaha Pkg. Co..., Swift and Company Cudahy Pkg. Co... Armour & Co Schwarts-Bolen Co . 641 1.221 1267 . 4M . tOM ,. 30 1.933 1,647 1,979 131 808 1.489 1.44 1,441 1.806 Krey Pkg. Co St, L. Ind. Pkg. Co.. W. B. Vansant Co 1 Stephens Bros 79 HUI At Son fc 116 F. B. Lewi 41 J. B. Root A Co 61 J. H. Bulla 17 L. Wolf 22 Mccreary & Carey 43 S. Werthelmer t2 H. F. Hamilton 65 Sullivan Bro. 60 T. J. Inghram 1 Leo Rothschild 33 Mo. A Kans. Calf Co.... 18 Christy & Cllne 99 Other buyers 839 1.473 Total 4.084 ,1U 7,070 ' CATTLE! Receipts were aults fair again today and In fact most all points wore quite uoerauy supplied with cattle of all kinds. grains, however, were generally late, as usual, - and -ths trade was de layed so that tha forenoon was very well advanced before the market had really opened and before enough business had been transacted to really establish values This thing, however, has come to be the regular order ovary day sines train ser vice all over the western country haa been so Daaiy aemoranxed. It appeared- that there waa a good . de mand for beef steers and when trade was one under, way desirable killers sold quite ireeiy at price mat, war luny sieaay with yesterday. There- wa nothing choice to make a top, but there wars soma cattle good enough to bring m. Cow and heifers were also free sellers at good steady price, and pretty muoh everytning in signt changed hands In good season. The supply of stockers and feeders waa small and as there appeared to be a ivery fair demand desirable kinds sold very read ily at prices that ware a. little stronger than yesterday.- Oood Wyoming oattla sold up to $6.30. -Quotations on cattle: Oood to choio beef steais, tt.W04i7.26; fair to good beet steers, $6.0034.00: common to lair beef steera I4.AO81 $.00; good to oholc cows and heifers, $4.2) 6.00, fair to good cows and heifer. $itf.5 4.26; common to fair cows and heltnrs, tx.40 a so; good to choice slocaers and feeder, $4,001(46.00; fair to good stockers and feeders, $3.6oi4v4.26; common to fair stockers and feeders, $2.7frl3.60; stock heifers, $2. 70 3. SO; veal calves, $3.607.60; bulla, stags, etc.. $2.76434.60. ' , Representative sales:' BEEF STEERS. No. It.... 11.... IS.... 10.... 10.... 11.... 18.,.. 10.... 9.... $.... It.... I.... $.... 1.... .... I.... 4.... 14.... 4.... 7.... 1.::: 42.... $.... I?.: i.... Av. rr. HO. Av. Pr. ..Ml 4 80 .. 748 4 10 .. 34 IK .. t8 4 80 . . 7 t 00 ..1001 I 10 ...1074 i 1 ' 14.... 11.... 41.... 41.... It... 18.... II.... ....1011 I 10 ....Uu t tO ....1116 t 46 ....11,4 $44 ....1311 t lo ....1341 I 80 ....1384 $00 ..1146 I 24 COWS. ... to 3 10 ... 780 t tt ...SMI I to ...101 t b ...1OJ0 IH ...loai 3 70 ... U t It ... tit t 74 ... 887 t 7e ...1030 4 00 ...lo8 4 00 ... 8al 4 10 6.. .... 171 4 36 .... T7 4 41 ....1011 4 60 ....1011 4 66 ....103 4 80 ,...1006 4 40 ,...1006 4 10 ....1011 4 80 .... 8t 4 to ....1117 4 80 ....Iks 00 ....lwi 6 ut 4 13 I . 1 84.. 83 M 1J 6 4........ ...1080 4 U HEIFERS. 41 $ 00 li IX IH It Ml 4 40 . 333 4 40 . tot I 00 8u 3d 10 848 4 tt BULLS. ..180 S tt . .120 3 4e ..1400 I U , .l.SiJ 4 16 ..1400 4 tt ..llbO 4 16 l 4...... ..1700 4 60 ..1431 4 SO ..14O0 t 43 ..lieO 4 10 ..loOO 4 70 ..1330 4 tt 1. 1.. 1-. 1.. 1770 4 30 CALVES. ., no l oo .. l.o 4 00 .. 411 4 OO . . 3S1 4 uu .. lit 4 76 tot t 00 , 130 4 00 133 7 10 10 7 30 , M0 7 71 loo i 00 11... 108 t 00 STOCKURd AND FKU.uk.rt8. 7.. 117 I IM 11 464 4 00 K4 4 10 ,876 4 10 1 Mo 4 30 111 4 4. .Ml III 10 kJl t 30 11 30 1017 8 76 14 13 tu III I 3. tot t V I 1 7ee I 00 4 ' A. P. Btrouse S. D. 16 feeders.. 834 4 30 calves... 260 4 23 7 heifer... 744 3 40 ,' Bear River Development Co. Wyo. 17 cows 918 8 M 2 bull 1420 8 75 4 mixed.. .1006 4 20 calve... 146 7 76 Charles Moslanoer Wyo. 28 feeders. .11 6 10 93 feeder.. 935 4 95 44 cows 906 4 20 3 bulls 1440 8 66 2 iags.,..1110 1 60 J. Deler Wyo. 36 feeders.. 1021 C 30 11 cows 836 4 SO HOG s A tew odd sales that were made early this morning looked lo be no worse than weak to a nickel lower than yester day's beat time, but the Volume of busi ness don on tni baai waa too small to affect the general market to any noticeable extent.) Packera alaned out bidding a dime and' even loo lower than yesterday for drove after the yarding of several early truinloads, but seller were . not disposed to make sucn liberal concession and move ment waa anything but actlv. Lower ad vices from eastern market points later In the morning served to alrengtntm bearlsn sentiment and buying and selling Interests linaiiy compromised upon loo lower fig ure as compared with yesterday's general uiarket. The big bulk ' of the morning's receipt changed hand on this baela and movement became fairly actlv at the decline. About sixty or seventy loads had been weighed up at midday, or,- in otner words, Just auoul half of lue estimated receipts. A conald erabl portion of offering old from $6.36 Hfti.it) and on up to $ 66, with the big siring at tb.S0nis.36. Common and mixed light suffered perhaps more than good butcher weights, the former classes of stock selling tvrount $8.23S.27v rtu. Av. sa. Pi. ' ...lb ,.. IW ' i..lW ... I M ...lit ... I -,...174 40 87 ... 14 ... 3 1 ...183'... 13 ... t to . WIN ...m ... t to Ha 43... 34.., sa... 86... 73... 4... to... 43... 4.... AV. ..Ik ..111- ..m . .iu Sh. t. S3 , ...81 ' 10 t 31 eo 3 36 ... I a 40... si a. If... 34 .. 83... 3. .. .816 lu I 3b 34... U... .Us ,..3t . I 31 I "a. . I 4 11... . .33 87 tnt 8i Tl 94 ... t 4 11 ... 18 ' as 1 ... I 40 14 I4 IS I 80 88 11 ... 40 7 m ... I 8 8 3-3 ... I 4 tt .811 ... I 8 ; Mt ... I 4 40 341 ... 3 II .a. ...10 ... 141 II XI ... I II II til IN I 14 Is) ... It n 31 ... t 46 I m SO I St M t'l .... 4 8 . 137 807 ... I 83 67 330 ... I Ml m Ill Ut 111 tl K8 ... I u II til ... I 31 Wl ... I 3 SHEEP Today's trad In the sheep barn waa In most reaped a repetition of yes terday' market. Packers wanted good ma terial for their or d era, but the common and medium grade of sheep and lamb met with a, feeble demand and moved slowly from the opening. Prices, however, ruled just about steady on all kinds of stock. The outlet for good lamb with a reason able amount of flesh and finish appear to be especially broad at prsent and strictly prime string would probably tell up as nigh as $8.86. One bun h of ftd lamb waa good enough to command $8.60 thla morning. ' The supply of today, or of any other day lately, has try no means been above nor mal, but packers ar still complaining of a scarcity of refrigerator car and are not dlspoaed to stock up heavily at current lofty prices. The medium uuallty of tha bulk of offering on most day haa also operated against a brisk demand and freer movement. Quotations on rat stock: Oood to' choice lambs, Sat.&M?8.66; fair to good lambs, $7.8rt9 $.16; good light yearlings, $7.10.Ui 36; good heavy yearling. o. 00-67. 10; good to choice wethers, $3.60ii1.0; fair to good Wethers, $5 10.1. 00; good to choice ewes, S6.3is6.76; fair to good ewes, $6 OOitfu.SS. Representative sales: No. At.' Pr. 66 western ewes, culls..'. 70 2 25 26 western lambs 90 8 SO 132 western ewes 107 S 76 2.18 western lambs 76 8 40 72 western lambs 71 8 40 81 western goals 93 4 86 38 native lambs 87 8 40 634 western ewes : 77 8 25 161 western yearling 67 6 00 62 western ewee,, culls C8 . 1 3S 418 western ewes 85 4 90 65 western lambs 84 8 60 193 western lambs 72 8 50 76 western ewes 104 6 60 190 western lambs 72 T 60 CHICAGO LIVH STOCK MARKET Cattle, Sheep aad Lambs Steady Hoes Lower. CHICAGO, Jan. U.-CATTLE-Recelpts. 20,000 head; market, steady; steers. S6.00 &8.10; cowe, $3.60ra6.60; heifer, $3.40.iJ0; bulls, $4.0tr.j6; calves, $3.00(9.76; stockers and feeders, $3.75ifr6.50. HOGS Receipts. 86.000 head; market.. 10c lower; choice heavy, $8.T0ttf8 80; butchers $8.6658.76; light mixed, $8 40-0 8 60; choice light, $H.60jj'8.HO; packing, $6.6648.70; pigs, $7.708.36: bulk, $8.60ra8.7O. , SHEEP AND LA M B9 Receipts, 20.000 head; market, steady; sheep, ts OOjW; lambs, $7.O0va.76; yearlings, $4 26412$. St. -I.oals Live Stock Market. ST. LOUIS, Jan: iw. CATTLE Receipt:, 8.200 head, including 800 Texans; market steady; native shipping and export steers, $6.8(ij8.00; dressed beef and butoher steers, $0.lft.70; steer under 1.000 lbs., $4 .006.20; stockers and feeders, $3.406.25; cows and heifers, S3.26(3.76;i oannars, $2.50100; bulls, $3.26tfj6.00; calves. 6.79.O0; Texas and In dian steers, 84.003e.96; cows and heifers, 83.WjN.60. HOGS Receipt, 8,700 head; market 1MI 16c lower; pig and lights, $t.40i&8.86; pack ers, $S 40-38. 65; butchers and best heavy, $8.0r(j'8.76. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000 head; native muttons, $4 .7&fff6.00; lamha, $7.268.70; culls and bucks, $3.7E6.25; stock ers, $3.36(75.00. HOGS Reeelpta,"4,76 'heed; market 10tf 15o lower; pigs and lights, $6.40.38; pack ers, $8.40(88.60; butefcera and bent, heavy, $8.08.75. SHEEP AND IAMRj-Receipts, 8.000 heed; market steady; native muttons, S4.7R 4x6.00: lames, S7.26(tf.70; culls and buoks, $3.766.36; stockers, S3.3figo.00. , Kansa C'tty Live Stock Market. 'KANSAS CTTlVJan.' 19.--CATTLE R cetpte, 8,000 head, Inoludlng 400 coutherna: market strong; choice exports and dressed beef steers, $8.007.26; fair to good. $4.0i9 5.90; weetern steers, S4.6Cigp6.30; stockers arid feeders, $3.6005.35; southern steers, $4.2fy ou.thrn cows. S2.6047H.76; native cows, 12.60(36. ft; native heifers, $$.6O&4,10; bulla. $3.60tli?6.15; calves, S4.00JiP8.76. HOOS Receipts, 42.000 head; market 10c lower; top, $8.63; bulk of sales, $8.26.56; heavy. $3.55S8.62H; packers and butchers, $8,367(800: light. S8.20(9.45: Dirs. MBOfflfK. SHEEP AND . LAMBS Receipts, 7.000 "siii marK, ioc nigoer; lamDs, fl.V(SLm; yearllnfirs. til T..rnl 7K ,i h.r. . eje s.-. oa. ewes, $6.005.7B; stockers and feeders, $3.60 lajo.iaji. St. Joseph Live Stock Market. T. J08EPH, Jan., 19, -CATTLE Re ceipts, 1,800 head; ' market strong to loo higher; steers, $4.60(37.00; cows and heifers. $2.60$.00; calves. $8.0Oft,00. HOGS Receipts. 4.600 head; market lOo lower. Top, $8.60; mulk of sales, $8.2&9 SHEEP AND LAMBS Reoelpts, " 6,000 head. Market, active and strong. Lambs, S6.006i8.60. Slows City LIT Stoek Market. BIOUX CITT. Ia.. Jan, 19. (Special Tele gram.) CATTLE Receipts, L600 head; market, steady to easy, . HOGS Receipts. 6,000 head; market 80 lOo lower; range of . prices, S8.26ig8.46; bulk of sales, $8.3088.35. Stock la Sight. . Receipt of live stock st the sis princi pal western maraeia yesterday? Cattle. Hogs, South Omaha $.200 9.000 Sioux City. .(j,. ......... 1,600. 6,000 St. Joseph 1 800 4 600 Kansas City.......'. 8.000 13.000 St. Louis S.200 8,700 Chicago....... 20,KI0 86.000 Total receipts. ..:.. .,87,700 74,200 6,600 6000 7.000 3 000 20.000 42.S00 Wool Market. BOSTON. Jan 18. WOOL With stocks well cleaned out and prices holding firm, dullnesa continues to be the feature of the local wool markut. There Is some move ment In quarter-blood I Ohio and territory wools, both staple and clothing, are selling from day to day In limited quantities. Lo cal dealers regard quotations from the west on the new clip as exoesslve. The leading domestic quotations rang a fol lows: Missouri three-eighth blood. 34rrj34c; blood, 33i33u: Scoured values Texas fin 1 to 2 months, 733'&7&c; fine 6 to 8 months. HUTO.' fin. fall 1 . w ww, veuiuiiiui Iiortll- ern, oti&okc; middle county, U3aic; fall free, 60&62e; Uregon eastern No. 1 staple, 73jl'78c; eamern ciotning, iodize; valley Mo. 1, 67 (&67c; territory- fine staple, 77SI80c; fine medium atanle. HynJ2n. ' in ilmhln ta (hi2e; fine medium clofhitu, 00s8c; naif blood. 75'oT6c; three-eighth blood, 68i7f7c; . . u ... . . . I nA 11.. 1 . r... ' - vuai uiimj, wieu, (iininu extra, iaiuioq; tine, (u70c; A. supers, oo"fl5e. IAJNDON. Jan. It). WOOL-A larger and finer selection amounting to 13,889 bale was offered at the wool sales today. All grades were In. good demand at the open ing rates. Merinos, Including a good as sortment of greasy, sold at hardening rates. Americans bought merinos as well as crossbrfds. The sales follow: New South Wales, 2,000 bales; scoured, 1 la lOHd; greasy, 7'4dU'lu24d. gueensland, 1,000 bales; scoured, Is Sd'ols lid; greasy, 8d'(4ls 3d. Victoria, 1.4O0 bale;' scoured, Is ld ulslltyd; greasy, '7V4d'ffls 2d. South Aus tralia, 2,so0 bales; scoured, 1 6Vl4il 9d; greasy, 8d('l 14d. West Australia, 8,400 bales; greasy, 6VilslHd. Tasmania, 100 bales; yreaay, Sd'ttls Jd. New Zealand, 1,800 bales; scoured, Is Vidfyls lid; greasy, Sdijtls 3d. Cape of Oood Hope and Natal, 800 bales; greasy, g'-tduis lvd. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 19. WOOL Unchanged; territory and western mediums, 26j38c; fine mediums, 20g34c; fine, 10,210. Metal Market. "NEW YORK, Jan. 19.-METAIJ4 Stan. dard copper wa firm today. Local dealer quote iaaa copper,, at 13.76ivl4.00; electro lytic, $13.60413.76; casting, $13.313.34; English market, higher spot, too 11 id; future, 01 11 3d. Tin wa firm; apot cloned, $32. 60 32. 75. London market closed steady; spot, 1147 15s; futures, U43 S. lad maraei nigner at tin IM d. bpelter, dull: spot, to lUgC 36; London market unchanged at 33 6s. English Iron market was higher at 6a for Cleveland warrants. Local mar kt unchanged. oT. LObid, Jan. 19. M ETALH Lead, lower, $4.60; speller, lower $0.00. Sugar and Molasses. NEW YORK, Jan. 19. SUGAR Raw, easier; Muscovado, 89 test, 3.63c; centrlfuxal 96 test. 4 0ec; niolaate sugar, 89 teat, S.ttc. Refined, steady; crushed, 6.66c; granulated, 6.16c; powdered, 8. 20c. ' ', Oaak t'learlags. OMAHA,' Jan. 19. Bank clearings for to day were $2,633,171.11, and for the corre sponding date last year. $2,633,911.36. Cowboy Game Fatal. NEW , YORK, Jan, . U.-Fourtean-yaar-old Morris Elsenberg, was shot and killed today, a victim of cowboy" play. A play mate Is believed to have accidentally fired the fatal shot. Young Eiaenbarg was found dead In the hallway of his home on Alien street, a bullet through his heart. EGAN TO BE OUT ON BOND Court Allows Bail to Be Arranjcd for Armour Policeman. v . t JURY FINDS VERDICT OF GUILTY Second Degree, Say Twelve Men, Who Recommend rtmoet IT em racy" la Impoalnc ! " ' ' ' Sentence. " Stephan Egan, convicted last night of the murder In the second degree of Knoe J. Daly at the Armour packing plant, will t admitted to ball this afternoon. ' Ths bond will be allowed by Judge Sutton In district court pending filing and hearing of a motion for a- hew trial. Judge Sutton said that ball In the sum of $6,000 'must be secured. Egan following the shooting and' up to the time of conviction waa out on $2,600 ball. The county attorney's office Interposed no objection to ball being ar ranged. The verdict against Egan was returned at 10 p. m. last evening. It read thua: "We, the Jury, find the defendant guilty as charged of murder In the second de gree. W commend to the court that yottr honor exercise the utmost mercy that Is consistent with Justice." For the first time slnoe he waa arrested Egan last night went to Jail. Egan's wife was unable to be by his side when he heard the verdict. Mrs. Egari haa been loyal to the prisoner' and would have sat by his side through the trial but for an accident. The day the trial began she and her husband were on their way to the court room when Mrs. Egan slipped oh an icy sidewalk and broke hor leg. Egan, assuming that the supreme court does not grant a new trial,' must go to the penitentiary for At least ten years, this being ths minimum penalty for murder In the second degree. The maximum Is life, tut that he will surely ' hot get, ' Judge Sutton In discharging the ' Jury skying; "Your recommendation will bo followed." This ends what has been, the most hotly contested criminal trial In the district court since Mrs. Atta Banner was tried for shoot ing her brother-in-law. The case was more than ordinarily Interesting because of ths ability with which counsel on obth sides conducted It and the addresses yesterday to the Jury were heard by large audiences. J. A. C. Kennedy and T. J. Mahoney spoke In the morning for Egan and A. O. Klllck olosed for the state In the afternoon, the Jury getting the case at 6:45' and going. to dinner before beginning deliberation, Deputy County Attorney I J. Plattl ad-, dressed the Jury the afternoon previous. Klltek Sams , Vp ..... Mr. Elllck made the longest address heard In district court for at least a year, speak ing three and one-quarter hours. Besides reviewing the evidence In detail he took oocaslon to return aarcaatlo compliments extended by the other side In Ua address. The case has boon one calling for extended argument because there was disagreement among witnesses on many points. Borne of these differences were not material In themselves, but viewed In relation to each other and to the theory of prosecution or Of defense, became of ths utmost weight. There waa one hot brush during the aft ernoon ' between Messrs. Elllck ud Ma honey. The former was commenting upon the "offlclousnesa of the police In guarding young Hogan when he appeared In tha court room." . ... . Mr. Elllck thought' and said freely that the police displayed an extraordinary seal In this matter. As the prosecutor, warmed to this theme he Intimated that the'- at torneys for the other side had known something about thlst. "Never," cried Elllok, "has there been a like scene In this oourt room! Never Such an ostentatious display of brass and blue cloth 1 And all to try to discredit the state's witness I Why, you saw, this big policemen even come up and take my chair. "They had this big, burly polloemaa eome In and-" . ' ' ' Up Jumped T. J. Mahoney: "I objeot, your honor' be shoutsd, "to the county attorney saying they had this big, burly polloeman " - withdraw the remark,". Interposed. Elllck quickly. "Don't make remarks you have to with draw," suggested Mahoney acidly as he took his seat. . , Mr. Elllck had aroused ;oonsIderable In terest during his address' by asserting that Mr. Mahoney. had made a fatal mistake In stating In detail In bis . opening address what the defense would be. .. Fatal, Record ing to Elllck, becauee according - to him the attorneys . for thd defense" had ; boen forced to deviate UereXrorrL,7 .'" ' CV' Another Sharp , r Break in G o t to n J Futures X Market i ; i i iw , Total Decline ; Since Beginning1 nof llrTnv.wniaT. Wavarlir V4fft. i . V v vaiva a . 9 a eS . v anV Dollars a Bate.' jV'v i. NEW YORK, Jan. U.-.TW New ' York ' cotton market following - the downward movement which began shortly- after the new year( touched new levef , again today,, with estimated liquidation, 'of J0&,l0 bale. . The recurrences of extreme- wakaes eemed to create mer appreh.cnl()ftiriaa other recent breaks in prices and "at "times tha market' was .utterly demoralised.''' Ar the low point of the day March ofitracts showed a decline of 7S point 'fron'tlia. closing figures of last night, .while Mar, registered a toss of 8 points. Iu th lat- ' ter case as compared With the hig point of the season this is a drop of $14.80 a balen. ' When these low levels were reached, how ever, an enormous , dmaol.rom.jt,t'ng trade Interests, whose purchases checked the decline on Friday, brought about, a rally and a firm close. .- - Purchases by spinners who realised 'that future .markets have had a' decline of nearly "8 cents a pound fronv the top, while out markets have lost little mora than u per bale, and who are buying as a hedge against forward. requirements, also bad a strong Influence V toward market. sustaining . ths With the day's liquidation It Is estimated that sinus this tremendous selling move ment began about two weeks ago. spaou-. Istlve holdings amounting to pearly 000 bales have been disposed 'of.; These contracts sirs supposed . to ,have. gona largely Into the hands of trade interests. v i ii i .4 V-."" 'V '. I Father or Tweaty-sis Dead. MADISON, 111.. Jan. 1$-Wllllam fi, Mo llvoy, 74 years old, died here today, leaving twenty-six children and lit grandchildren. He was a civil war veteran and boasted tl at he never wore a while h!rt or collar never used an umbrella and never had picture Mkcn. H waa married three times.- Herbert E. Gooch Co, brokers 2nd Dealers . aavanf, rsonsioiB, itooxil Oniatia Offloei 810 ST. T. late BldaT. BU telephone Douglas S21J i Xnnependaat, A-tfl81 and A-tltX Oldist a&4 Largest stooee la t atat