THE lil'A'l: UMAHA. AL'll?l)A, .JAM ARY '25, 101H.
Mutt Does Show Flashes of
4! WG NAR. TMSf
"BO-kMP IN TH NATIVE COStVWEj
Of BULGAEJA. Jtf p wtU. PALU i
TfcAD whem we sees e
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Peace in Southern Europe Likely to
Start Heavy Shipments.
N6 EXPORT DEMAND FOR CORN
Reports from Ancrndna Sltfthtly
More KnToritblc nnil Corn Crop
There In Too Krnr Mntnrlty
la He UnmnKCil.
OMAHA. Jan. 21, 1913.
Conditions point to nn Increase In tho
Balkan wheat shipments In the near fu
ture. Tho outward movement of that
grain from the crar's country has been
small for somo time, owing to tho fact
that the Dosphorus was not open to grain
CBsels, but advlcen received hero yester
?Vf say that with tho signing of tho
treaty of pence In .the far cast, which la
expected to bo consummated noon, there
will be liberal shipments of wheat from
Rustsla and the Danube through the Boa-
Importers at Liverpool ana tno
frn llrwinla I ihupItuIb urn lttinrnHaf.fi tvlth
n. 1 XV TM6 IDEA OF I
the ieda that there are goodly quantities belief and an advance nt Buenos Ayres
of wheat still In Kuxsla, enough, in fact, In the face of the wet weather in the
to cause tho Argentine growers to show ! republic held the market steady, al
cautlon In refusing bids lor round lots of t though cash corn was H to 1 lower,
their grain. With the Argentine wheat Oats were dull, but advanced slightly
offering freely and at prices attractive to . with wheat and corn. The market up-
nuyer?1, ami tne .usirauau wiirtiv in mw '
running. It looks as If holders In the
I'nlird stntrn nnrt fnnniln will bo nbl gcd
to meet .tho views of competitive export-
lug countries in ordor to soil the surplus in nog receipts, ana tno mantei ior rv
now held. Liverpool special cables rc- i tures closed 6tfr714c to lHc up.
eelved In Chicago yesterday said that Ulu Leading futures ranged as follows:
i'C'y oA.r"UVlf,V'P"10"!S ?i0.keAdv 1 Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.j Low I Close. Ye.'y.
nnd at least one other port have occn
tiulto largo of late. Receipts of wheat
at Minneapolis and Duluth yesterday were
larger, and according to novices from thu
spring wheat country the car situation
ttn Innnn,.r1 nn rnnKlrinrnlilv nnd the run
of this grain Is likely to show a sharp I
increase, one trader, who is wen posicu
on conditions In the northwest, believes
there Is a surplus held there still of 100,
Ow.OOO bushels and that this wheat will
continue to move outward until spring
'.arnr work 1 started. Cash wheat, un
hanged to Uc higher.
Tho export demand for corn, about
which .so much nolso has been made for
several days pawt, was not in evldcuco
estcrday. Reports from the Argentine
wero slightly more favorable, and George
M. IxiCoilnt, who has put in a great deal
of time in tho southern liemlspnere, said
vesterdny that from personal knowledge
of Argentina he believes the largo corn
producing5 'iectloiu to be too near ma
turity to lw Injured by tho ' heat or
drouth; that, In fact., hot weather was
needed not only in that country, but In
the United btutes. In order to make the
i-orn ready for tho frost. Cash corn Hfalc
Tho oats market continued weak, with n
very small oush demand. Cash oats un
muiigeq to Vc lower.
Clearuneej! weio .Ti!,000 bushels of corn,
11,000 bushclH of oats and wheat and flour
equal to StS.UOO bushels.
Liverpool closed '.MJ'.id lower on wheat
and Vid lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 001.000
bushels and shipments were 498,000 bush
els, against receipts last years of 502,000
bushels and shipments of 0,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts wero 1,430,000
bushels and shipments wero 7CT,000 bush
els, against recclpts last year of 1,413,000
bushels and shipments of 620,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 001,000 bush
els nnd shipments wero 673,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 452,000 bush
els and shipments of 433,000 bushels.
The following cash sales were reported
WHEAT No. 2 hard winter, 3 cars,
ioHc; 6 cars, 85c. No. 3 hard winter, 5
. ars, Sl''C. No. 4 hard winter. 2 cars, H2c.
No. 3 sprlns. 1 car. SG'.ic; 2 cars, 83c. No.
spring, 1 car, 82c; 1 car. Sic. No. 2
northorn, 1 car, 84c. No. 2 durum, 1
car, 85c. No. 3 durum. 1 car, 84!4c No. 4
durum. 1 car, S2c.
OATS No, 3 white, 3 cars, 32I2C No. 4
white. 1 car, 32V4c
CORN No. 3 white. 2 cars, 4Gc; 2 cars,
45sic; 2 cars, 45V&C No. 3 color, 6 cars.
3c. No. 4 color, H car, 41c. No. S yellow.
1 car, 44c; 23 cars, 43c. No, 4 yellow, 2
cars, 43Vio ; cais, 43Hc; 4 cars, 43c. No. 3
mixed. 2 cars. 43?ic; 21 cars, 43Hc.. No. 4
mixed, 6 cars. 43Vic; 4 cars, 43c. No grade,
I car, 43c; 1 car, 4JV4c; 2 cars, 42c; 1 tar,
llV4c: i car, 30c.
RYE No. 4, 1 car, &9c.
Omaha CiinIi Prior. 11
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, 84HSc; No. 3
hard, 8Kb7c; No. 4 hard, 78frS8Cc: No. J
spring. 82'4'tfS3c; No. 4 spring, 80V4Slc,
muxNo. 3 white. 454eMc; No. 4
white, 445!ic; No. 3 color, 45e; No. 3
yellow. 43WS44c; No. 4 yellow. 4343Vio;
grade. 39&43C. . .
OATS No. 2 white. 3.tf33Vtc; standard,
32ty&32tfc: No. 3 White, 32i;Q32Uc; No. 4
BARLEY Malting, &&S2c; No. 1 feed.
RYU No. 2, 55V4O0c; No. 3, D3tf09c
Wheat. Coin. Oats
, hlfnci. 65 61S 1S8
Kansas City w
t. Kohls 1M
PEORIA. 111.. Jan. 24.-CORN-NO. ;
.ihiio i'jKc: So. 3 yellow. 47UH4T!sc: No,
I yellow, 405J4GVbc; No. 3 mixed, 47144
4iHc: o. 1 mixco, .w(jov.
oATN-Mn. 2 white. 34c: standard
j.i,c; .'o. 3 white. 33c; No. 4 white,
Liverpool Grain .Murkrt.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 24,r-WHEAT-8pot.
fcteudy; No, I Manitoba. 7s 9d; No. 2,
mtGU; No. 3. 7s 4d. Futures, steady;
March. 7s 5d; May. 7s2id; July. 2?id.
CORN Spot, strudy; American mixed,
new. 5s4',4d; American mixed, old, 6s;
i.ivi: stock MAUKi-rr ci- west
rmp liu slucK 10 euiitn unianii. iav
mUt.iKn and shrinkage. Your consign,
mentis receive prompt and careful atun
I.lv Stapk Ct)lillnl-l"i .VercliauU.
l.lrTUN Com v'o Kxrhan Hide
Ti;i'i. ilHO- .v Co.. Kxvnantfe Uldg.
THE "BOARD OF D1STRJCT No. 6.
Thurston. Neb., will receive bids for a
(team heating plant for the school house,
plans and specifications on file at the
Thurston Stato bank. Bids to bo opened
anuary 31t at S o'clock, p. m. Tho board
rc jen i s the right to reject uny or all h tie
Jan 2d dJt Secretary.
1AV MUTT UII14TM I
Mk iSHSOl THE FUNNY r ' T 3te WHO SHE IS?
American mixed, old, via. Galveston,
6s7id. Futures, easy; January. tollid;
February, 4s 10d.
Chicago Git a i. and rnoviMO.vs
Features nf the Trnllntr nnd Closing;
Prices on nonrd of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 24. The political crisis
In Turkey had Its effect on board of
trade today, all grains closing at prices
higher than yesterday's.
Speculators were Inclined to the belief
that tho new Turkish ministry menu
to reopen the Balkan war. Pit traders
were, caught short overnight nnd tho
market most of tho day was a little
hlghor than yesterday's close. At the
end prices advanced further, partly on
reports of five loads taken at Now York
for export. Seaboard clearances wero
moderate SS8,000 bushels In wheat and
flour. Primary receipts aggregated
991,000 bushels ugnlnst 602,000 a year ago,
Tho aggrgate crops of tho Argentine,
Australia and New Zealand, are esti
mated nt 321,000,000 bushels over lust
A belief prevailed in tho corn pit that
important New York cotton speculators
have turned some of their attention to
the long side of maize, particularly May
options, with a side lino of July. This
f,,u y ,,., ww.. ................
Provlsslons wci e in fairly active de
mand today In anticipation of a decrease
May. 92HfSi M
Sept 88H S3
May. 61 H 52I&52V4
July. 62'M B2V4
Sept. 63ViH a
July. 33iCCT4 34U
Sept. 33Hi3!4 33Ti
Pork. I I
Jan.. IS 60 IS 75
May. 18 S2H 19 05
Jan.. IOO714 10 20
"May. 1 10 12-15 10 27i
Jan.. 10 10
May. 10 12M 10 22H
10 20-221 10 15
Chicago Cash Prices Wheal, No. 2 red,
t.0R(8'1.14; No 3 red, J1.02CT1.0S; No. 2 hard,
9193V4o; No. 3 hard, 90ft94c; No. 1 north
ern, SOVwOlVic; ro. - noriiiern, .imww,
Nn. S northern. 84(HS7c: No. 2 SDllnC. 87if
89e; No. 3 spring. ?487c; No. 4 Bprlng, 78
85c; velvet chaff. 82?f00c; durum, 85t"
92c. Corn. No. 2, 49iU00o; No. 3. 4114tji
4Slic; No. 3 white, 505014c; No. 3 yellow.
47V4fl4SHc; No. 3 white, NXQTOVJc; No. 3
I'ellow, li'VO'is'.ic; o. i, mwih"-!
white. 4W4'J',4c; ino. i yeuow. wiwsu
Oats, No. 2, 33c; No. 2 white. 3535c; jno.
3 white. 32?;e'33Mc; No. 4 white. 316S2',4c;
standard. 34c. Rye, No. 2, kkbmwj. ar
lev. 51ffl72e. Seed, timothy, 3.00(g.l5;
clover, $12.0020.00. Lard, J10.171410.20.
Ribs, J10.37V4. 1'orK,
BUTTTER Active; creameries, ifx:,
EGOS Steady; receipts, 4,027 cases;
fresh receipts, at mark, cases Included,
19J22c; refrigerator firsts, lemfllc;
firsts, -amfziftc. . .
POTATOES Hteany; receipts, at cars;
Michigan, 47C0c; Minnesota, 45Q48c;
rniTi.TUY Steady, dressed turkeys,
22c;, chickens, 13c; springs, ISc.
UMAHA (JHMRIlAIi JIARKKT,
Abutter No. 1. i-ib. carton, 34c; No,
1, 60-1 b. tuba, 3314c; No. 2. 32c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, S2c; Amerl-
ran Swiss, 26c; block Swiss, 24c; twins,
19c; daisies, 19o; triplets. 19c; Young
Americas, 21c; blue label brick, 19c; llm
berger 2-lb 21c; Mb,, 22c; New York
BEEF CUT PRICES AVhoIcsalo prices
of beef cuts effective January 20, are as
follows: No. 1 rlbB, 2014c; No. 2, Utic;
No. 3, lHic. No. 1 loins, 22c: No. 2, 17c;
No. 3, ISc. No. 1 chucks, 914c; No. 2,
8io; No. 3. Slic No, 1 rounds, 13c; No.
2, ll4c; No. 3, lWic No. 1 plates, Slic;
No. 2. 714c; No. 3. 7c.
POULTRY Broilers, 15.0006.00 per dos.;
hens, 16c; cocks, 11c; ducks, 20c; geege,
18c: turkeys, 25c; pigeons per doz., 1.20.
Alive, broilers, 17c; hens, 11c; old rooster, ;
6V4c; ducks, full feathered, 12c; geese,
full feathered, 16c; turkeys, ibc; pigeons,
per aoz., ovc; uomers, li.uv; squuui, iu.
1, $t.C0; No. :, 60c.
white, 14c, frozen: trout, 13c, frozen;
large crapples, 13c, frozen; Spanish
mackerel, 16c; eel. He; haddock, 13c;
fully colored, W size, $2.00; 96 sle. $2.;
$3.00. Grape fruit: extra fancy Florida,
46, &4. 64 and 80, per box, $3.50. Cranber
ries: Wisconsin long keeping, extra iancy
Howes'. Jumbo, per bbl $9.50; extra fancy
Jersey, per bw.. $9.09; extra fancy. Bell
and Cherry, per box. 3.0O. Lemons: Air
Ehlp brand, 800 or 360 size, $o.7S. Cocoanuu
In sacks, per suck, $5.7f; per dozen, 60c.
Honey: new Colorado, twenty-four
frames, per case. $X75. Dates: Fard, 1$
lb. box, per to.. ISc; New Hall, bulk, per
lb., 7c: new Anchor Pkc. (30 cartons;, per
box, $2.25: new Dromedary (SO cartons),
pe? box. $2.76. Figs: new 12 12, per box.
Sic; new E crown (Turkoy). lie; new 6
crown (Turkey), 16c; new 7 crown (Tur
key). 17c. Apples: extra fancy Washing
ton Jonathans. 113. Its. 1$S, 150. ICS. box
$1.15; extra fancy Washington Grimes'
Guldens, 113, 125, 133, 50, box, $1.75; extra
fancy Washington Roman Beauties, 72, 89,
U. 93. 103. 125. box, $1.76; extra fancy
Washington Black Ben Davis, 72, W,
M. 104. 125 count, box, $1.75; extra fancy
,i,..i.ln.inn rta.1 Wins Rn 101 II? Hi
IS8, box, JS.00; extra fancy Pink Cheek
Waxen and White Winter Pearinalns. Si,
104, 113. 123, 13$. 150, 163 count, box, $2.00;
extra fancy Colorado, unwrapped. White i
Winter Pearmalns. 150, 166, uo, 200 count,
box, $1.65; extra fancy New York Bald,
wins, per bb)., $2.90; extra fancy New
York H. I. Greenings, per bbl $3.25; ex.
tra fancy New York State Ruuts, per
bbl.. $100; extra fancy Missouri Jona.
tbans and Giimee Golden per ibl., $4.00,
5 bbl. lota or more, assorted, l$o per bbl
off: extra fancy Missouri Ben Davis, Per
bbl.. $2.50; extra fancy Missouri Win
Pippins, per bb!., $2.75: extra fancy Mis.
oiiri Willow Twig. Black Twigs, York
Imperials nnd other fine varieties, per
bbl., lt.. ...
Minneapolis tirnln Mnrkrl,
MINNEAPOUS. Minn., Jan. 24.
WHEAT May. 87it87ie, July, WMc;
cash. No. 1 hard, SIHc; No. 1 northern,
MlQ87Uc; No. 2 northern. 841iQS5'4c; No.
2 hard Montana. 86c; No. 3 wheat, 62,i
CORN-No. 3 yellow. 4J'ie
OATS- No. 3 white. 31fi31Uc.
FLOUR First patents. $'. 30fj4.s5, sec
roe; pel paTr.' 4?c; f lmonr i!ei hallbJ M0' re' no. 3. 96c
T2Q: Acer's 'bav sndardskl '"nh ' CORN-No. 2 mixed. 48c; No. 3, 4714c;
2 yM- Elects J180' counw I'M No- 2 whlt' 9c:'iio. 3. 48HQ49c.
cr"'?.1;Si BVLCi"V.V- .:...",".' r..'.... OAT8-N0. 2 white, C5Uc; No. mixed.
FF, THU (, TMC P4ATIVS
COSTUME OF "n6 BALKAN
STATE S I TON THt,t
CLOTHE?, TO &Mt w fAN
SVWPATMf 101 -IoJC STATtV
IVI tMt WAR ACMNVT
Tv)B.KeV. I rAA "&VHN
' mutt. Shma, t t
th6 BulCiv. ARKI
ond patent. 4.Kf4.M; first clears. $3.10'
3.40: second clears, K'.wg.'.w.
KKW VoniC (1HNK11AL MAltKKT
Quotations of the Hay on Varionn
NEW TOR.K. Jan. 24,-FLOPR-Steady ;
spring patents, $4.0094.65; winter straights,
$4.r.0&4.60. winter pments. ji.iwio.iw;
spring clears. 4.20ff4.45; winter extras,
No. I. Jl.0Off4.15; winter extra. No. 2,
JJ.9Otj4.0O; Kansas straights. j4.1iR'.
Rye flour, quiet; fair to good, $3.Gn?f
3.85; choice to fancy. J3.flOfr4.00. Buck
wheat flour, nulet; $2.35 par 100 lbs.
CORNMEAI Steady ; fine white and
yellow. Jl.SOtTl 35; coarse, J1.2&Q1.30; kiln
RYE No. 2 western, 67880, c. I. f.
WHEAT Spot market firm: No 2 red.
$1.1014. nominal, elevator, and Jl.12, noml
mil, f. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 northern Dtl
luth. $1.00. f. o. b.. afloat. I'iturcs mar
ket was steady on the political news
large weekly exports and covering, oios
Imr liftAte net higher: May. 98 9-165'
99 1-lfic, closed, 98T40; July closed, 97c.
Botule wheat; January nosed, w.w);
May. Wl(iiWc, closed, WVio; July cioseu
97ic Receipts, 25,000 bu. ; hhlpmellts, 212,'
w hi I
CORN Spot market easy; export, 56Uc,
f. o. b., nhloat; receipts, m,vw ou.; snip
merits. 11.000 bu.
FEED Steady; western spring bran.
$2350 24.00: standard middling. $24.00(!f24.W.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1912 nron. 2irdi'9ei 1911 crop. llOTloc: Pacific
coast. 1K12 crop. 174123c; 1911 crop, ttgiUs.
HIDES Steady; Central America, 28c;
Bonota. 27M2814C. ,
HAY Steady; standard, $1.00l!l.0&, No. 1.
$l.V7wWl.l0; No. 2. 95c$l-00; No. 3, SOfHOc
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 2
29c; seconds, 272Sc; thirds, 24925c; re.
l'RO VISIONS - Pork, steady; mes.
$18.75019.25; family, $21.50323.00; short
clears. $21.50i92:l.00. Beef, steady; mess,
J20.00tr21.00; family, J24.0025.OO. Beef hams,
J30.O0!a3V.W. L Ul meais, Kicauj , iiumiu
bellies, 10 to 14 lbs., 12c; pickled hams, 14c.
Iird, firm; middle west prime, J10.35h
1045; refined, firm; continent, $10.70; South
America; $11.40; compound. $7,608:7.75.
TALLOW Barely steady; prime city,
lihds.. 6Hc: special, 614o; country, 5Iiti'triC.
BUTTER Steady, receipts. S.&SS-'tub.i;
creamery extras, 32833c; firsts, 30g33.j;
process extras, 26V4cp27c; flrstB, 2123c;
Imitation creamerj'. firsts, 241ig26c; fac
tory, held, 22tf24c; current make, firsts,
23&-2214; packing stock, Juno make, 20-y
211ic; current make. No. 2, 20jr20ic; No. o,
EGGS Steady; receipts. 6,792 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 27yJ8o; held fresh,
average best, 2021c; refrigerator first;,
19!ii?20c: western gathered whites, 26B,JO-j.
CHEICSE-Market iiulet; receipts, 1,561
boxes; stato, whole milk, winter made,
white or colored, specials, not green, l'Vpj
17c; state, whole milk, whlto or colored,
average run, green, 16&c.
POULTRY Live, easy; western chloic
ens, 13c; fowls, 16o; turkeys, 18c; dresso'l,
dull; fresh kilted western chickens, 1-U
20c; fowls, 13frtl7c: turkeys, 14gC3c.
St. l,outn Grnrritl Market,
ST. LOUIS. .Jan. 24. WHEAT Cash.
No. 2 red. $1.091.13; No. 2 hard, 9014
CORN No. 2. 19!4&50c; No. 2 white, 6114
OATS No. 2, 3414c; No. 2 white, XWyQi
RYE Unchanged at 6314c.
Closing prices of futures:
AV 1 1 EAT M ay, 9314c; July, 89c.
CORN May, 68!45S!ic; July, &2ij2Uc.
OATS May, 3414c; July. 314c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter. $.'.00B:o.2o;
extra fancy and straights, $4.00tc4.80;
hard winter clears, $3.4033.55.
BRAN SacHed, east trnpk, Jl.0ycfl.06.
HAY-8tcndy; timothy, J13.00i&'17.00;
TWINE Hemp. Sc.
PROVISIONS-Pork, unchanged; Job
bing, $16.75. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, $10.35)0.45. Dry salt meats, un
changed: boxed extra shorts, $11.3714;
clear ribs, JU.374; short clears. $11.6214.
Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra shorts,
$12.3714; clear ribs, $12.3714; short clears,
POULTRY Quiet; chickens. 1114c;
springs, 12c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, 16c;
BUTTER-Steady; creamery, 264?SJc.
eggs steady; si'.sc.
KniinnS City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 24, WHEAT
CaBh: No. 2 hard, S6!4tf95!4c; No. 3, 8514&
Plmlnff nrlpeM nf flttnrox
WHEAT May, 87i(Sr87!4c; July, &Y,p
CORN May. 51UO01.c; July, 5l
OATS May, 251.C
BUTTER-Creamery S214c; firsts, 30',4c;
seconds, 2814c; packing, 21c
EGGS Extras, 25c; firsts, 234tfC4c; sec
POULTRY Hens, 1214c; roosters, 8c;
young turkeys, 18c; ducks, 13tfl4c.
Wheat, bu 63,000 63,000
Corn, bu CO.0O0 17,000
Oats, bu 16,000 13.000
Mlltvankee (Irnln Market,
MILWAUKEE. Jan. 24. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, 894300c; No. 3 northern. 86
JtSSc; No. i hard winter, 93fli5c; May,
tvSc; July, Wic.
F.YRNS2'.3 yS.l,0W; 4r7Lr,1f: 3i
White, 503014c; No. 3, 61f6114e; May,
vr ...... r.i
NEW YORK. Jan. 24. COKFEE Fu-
tures mariiei oncnwi Bteaav. general v
3 to 7 points higher In response to
higher European cables. Prices worked
sharply higher on covering of shorts.
and reports of an active demand. Tho
close i was firm and from 1 to 17 points
net hlgnor. Sales, 137.250 bags; January,
13.05c; February. J$.10c; March, 13.33c;
April, 13.4Jc; May, 1158c; June. 13.65c;
July, 1174c: August, 13.81c; September,
18.89c; October. 13.84c; November, 13.80;c;
December, 13.7Sc. Spot coffee, steady;
Rio, 7. IS'ic; Santos. 4s, 15Hc. Mild.
quiet: Cordova. 16UQl$c,
NEW YORK, Jan. 24.-SUGAR-1UW.
; nominal; Muscovado. 89 test. 2.98c; cm
, Irtflnral 6 teikt. 3 4Sc! mnlnsaea anirst-
- jtrst 2 73c. refined. Meadv
Times. Yes, Indeed! Drawn
LOfi ANj TplU
E WHAT Mcuci
she. is "
NEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Shares in General, Depression of
World's Financial Exchanges.
BREAK IN ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Close I'lnds (notation (ienerallj
Loiter Than on PrcTloim Day. Al
though In Soinr Instance
Above I.otv KlunroK.
NEW YORlv, Jan. 24. The New York
stock market shared In tho general de
pression of world's financial exchanges
today. Foreign Influences predominated
The upheaval In Tlirkey. with Its dim
ming of peace prospects, nnd the unset
tlement of foreign markets were reflected
here In declines among all classes of
slocks, running In somo cases to three
points nt the low prices or me nay.
Americans In Ixmdon weakened apprecia
bly before the opening Here, nna iirst
prices exhibited sharp recessions among
tho International stocks. The close found
inn iiiiernuiioiiH.1 Hiw:in. nir tiu!r luumi
miotHtloiiH generally off on tho day. nl-
though in some Instances well ahovo llif
A severe break In Illinois Centrnl,
which sent It down six points to 121, was
another unsettling feature, Tho break
gavo rise to rumors questioning the sta
bility of tho dividend, although there was
no official baals for such reports.
Fnlon Pacific, which holds $22,600,000
Illinois Central stock, -weakened on the
fear of a possible reduction of Its reve
nue from this source. A reassuring state
ment from the president of the Illinois
Central whs followed by a recovery of
more than hnlf tho loss.
Selling of stocks here by London wa
an Influence In tli edecllue,
The. heavy movement nf gold continued
today, rnnro than $5,000,000 belnr with
drawn from the subtrewsury for shipment
to South America. Known movements
of currency during the week indicate thnt
the loss In gold has been more than off
set by continued receipts from tho In
terior, a cash cnln of about S3.000.000 being
Bonds were- Irregular. Totnl sales, par
value, $2,000,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows;
Sale. Illth. Low. Clot..
Aratrlctn Airleulturtl ,
Amrlrtn Ueet tTugir.
Arorrlctn Can pM
31,00 7$'t 71 7l'l
400 3ti J
S7.OO0 53'i 31U it
1.SO0 11814 Hi HI
100 52Ti 62Tt K
Amrtran C & P
Amerlran Ootton Oil....
Am. Ica BAcurltlei
Amarlcan Icomotlva . .
American B. ft B
Am. P. It. prd
Am, Sugar rttrinln.it
American T. & T
Anaconda Mining Co,...
Atlantic Ceut Unt......
Droohlrn rtapld Tr
Cheupaalce' &. Ohio
Chlcafo a. W
Chlcaao, M, & St. P.,..
Chicago & N. W
Colorailo V. & I
TOO 131 i :ii
o 10:1. iou io:h
100 ST's 7'i 374
M00 SIS'i UVi 24i
100 7P, 77Vi 77U
2.000 1SJi UJ'A t2:l
1,00 341s 33!a 31
ioo nm iiik i3i'
COO 164 1M 14,i
Delaware A Hudson
DtntYer & Rio Grands...
Pemrtr & U. O. ptd
nistllltrt' stcurlttta ....
Rrla 1st pfd
Erie M pM
Great Northern ptd
Great Northern Ore ctfs.
tnlor. Met. pfd
Kansas City Southern...
Louisville & Nashville..
M , fit. P, if. Bte. M.
Missouri. K. T
Nations! Illscult '
X It. R. of M. :d pfd..
New York Central
N, Y., O. A W
Norfolk & Western
P.. C, C. St. I.
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car.
Republic I. S
Republic I. & 8. ptd....
Rock island Co
Rock Island Co pfd
81. U. k 8. V. Sd pfd...
Seaboard Air Line
Stab&ard A. U' M
300 14li HI1, 143
1.400 13811 1S7; 137i
:oo 38s; it'; si i,
3,400 1371i 131 134H
300 lUi 171.4 His
600' 60i 60 (0
100 306V4 1041, 10'i
o 1! lo-s ijvt
ioo : it !4
i'cnii itiii ieou linit
l mo ill JiTs?
oo 21 27 2ii
ZOO 41 41 41
100 ltd IK) 130
irn ill iv- jui
(00 31Vs 311 S1U
:M 112 113 1UK
1,400 tti; 11(14 iili
IOO SU 3U TI
1,400 issu ni'i li!
300 114 114 Halt
ioo 22 33 33
34,(00 14414 13U 144',
8U0 34V, 31 34
rlloes.Phe'rteld ft. & I...
3.SO0 10014 100
900 37!i 27
IOO 79 79
Southern Railway .. ..
So. Railway prd
Teias A Psilfio
t'nlon Parlflo pfd
United Steles Realty....
Cnlted gtatea Rubber...
United States Hteel
U. 8, Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical .
100 30s 30, 30i
33,000 159'i lM'i W,
4,900 Cils IVs
49,30) 31 tlli 03
300 10914 J09's lu9'i
3.000 &3 ii'i 64'4
300 71 !i
! Wheellog A L. B
100 7414 7 414 73
I sn,.dlv. d.dtr. snd ei.rishts
' Total sales for the day, 319,900 shares
- - -
, Boston Stork Market,
BOSTON, Jan. 24.-Clo.lng quotations
,lni. .lories were n follnwa:
I w" ., ....., .. . -
, sltouei nami popper
Amal CooDer . . 7114 Mohawk
A. U 38VNsvada Con. ,.
Arliona Com. 3HNIplelng Mines
II. A C. C. A 8. M. Ii Mirth llutls
Cal. At Arliona. . M North Ike
Cal. k Heels 490 Old Dominion ...
' ..i. n...
" ? M liw.nnon i;:;;:;::
RfS" ! "HlupeMo, "i:"'
Sreu. eos . . . Mi Superior i D. M
0JL;by t:on 49 Tamarack
o; canane . .. Hi v. 8. 8. It. A M
rtnyu copptr. 24 do pld
1, Lska . ..V... s Utah Con
jj,. Copper Utah Copper Co.
u gslls copper.- ItaWlnona
Ex-dlvldend. Wolverine .
; f -.....i4..ii ..r iv- ,lrv,
. WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. The condition
of thft Tjnte,j states treasury at the bo-
J ginning of business today was: Work-
inc balance. $83,217,118: In banks and
- Philippine treasury. 131.3M,ffl1, total of
. r.nrnl fmwl. 1137.654 012 reoolnta vcli'.
day, $3,117,(K3 disbursements, $l.888.!;7
IT'S A OATTUSHlP
MUTT,- A TURKISH
Deficit this fiscal year $1,761,854, aa against
i deficit of $2fi,3i!2,211 Inst year. The
f.gures for receipts, d sluirsctnents and
deficit exlude Panama canal and public
,it Yorlc Jlnnr)' Mnrkrl,
NEW YORK. Jan. 24. MONEY On
call, steady at 212V, per cent; rttltnc
rate, 2i per cent, closing bid, 2i per
cent; offered nt 2! per cent. Time loans,
steady: sixty days, 314 per cent; ninety
days. 3 per cent; six months, 411 per
PRIME MHHCANTII.ro PAPKU iy!ja
STMRLING EXCHANGE-Strong. with
actual business In bunkers' bills at $4. $3(5
for nlxty-dny bills and at 4.tto ror ao
mand; commercial bills, $4,83.
SILVER Bar, 2i4c; Mexican dollars,
BONOS Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on toonds today wer
D. s. tf. U. r....!01 K. C. 'So. ret it H
to coupon 1(1 L a. dob. it ti
O. 8. S. r MJfcU & j. unl. ... ir!i
to coupon 10SVM. K. A T lit 4.
U. 8, 4, r IHW Mo rn. IH II
do loutwn lUUMo. r.cltlc In 70'k
rnm ! coupon.. IN do conv. TH
i r .... tt i . . Jt,. ttl:
k'c l" ".JUv Y li' 2 a i. M u
t. c. iii.wU dV .aTb. h
A. T . T. c. 4S..106H do .deb. 4a 0H
Am. Tobacco .- 101 .V. Y. N. II. A It.
Armour A Co. 4Hs. SITi cv. 3U M1
Atchison gen. 4s. .. 1HN. A W. 1st c. 4s. M
do i'V. 4a I90
i"s Uo cv. 4s llltk
101 No, I'aclfla 4a 9114,
74U do 8a IU
9TH0. 9. U rfdg. 4a.. PI
901'tnn, cv, 3U" lilt. 1
19 do con. 4a...,...10l!t
lOIHJteadlng gsn. ea.. tV
s. L A P. V. U 4s TIU
do cv. &s
A. C. U 1st 4a...
Dal. A Ohio 4a....
Brook. Tr cv. 4a.
Cn. of Oa. Is...
Cen. Leather .
Ches, A Ohio 4Mi..ttK) do gn. Is IPt
do conv. m sntPl. L. 8. W. c, 4s.. MH
Chicago A A. 3is. U4B. A. L. adj. (a. 7(i
C. n. ft Q. J. 4... MH'So. Pac col. 4s. . 94
do gen. 4 94t do er. 4s 93
0 M A 8 P o 4MS..104U 'do 1st rf. 4a... 41
C. It. I. A r. c. 4a. SUFo. Hallway Ea. .. 1041,
do rfg. 4a VK do gn, la 7714
C. B. r & e 4!ls. XHVnlon Paelflo 4a.... 99
P. A H. cv. 4s 97H do ev. 4a 94 li
n. It. (1. ref. 4s Wi do 1st A ref, 4a. SJ
Dlatlllera' fa UHV. 8. Rubtxr (a,.. .10114
Kris p. 1. 4s MiU. 8. Steal ti se...l01Tt
do gen. 4a T4iVa,-Car. Cliem. ta .9714
do cv. 4a, ser. n. T Wabash let & ex. 4a OU
111. Cen. lit rat. 4t MHlYeatern Md. 4s 3h
Inter. Met. 41ia 794 West. Ki. cr. ta.. 94
Inter. M. M. 4 Via... 6414 Wla. Central 41 SOU
Jspsn 4H 4
rr York Mlnlntr atneka.
NICW YORK, Jan. 24. Closing quota
tions on mining storks were:
Com, Tunnel slock., a Msiican
180 Small Hepea ,
t Yellow Jacket
Con. Cel. A Va..
lysdvllle Con. ..
London fttock Market.
LONDON, Jan. 24 American securities
opened weak and from li lo 3 jiolnts
lower today on continental selling, Later
prices Improved a fraction or) light re
purchases and at noon the market was
steadier and from s to 2 'below yester
day's New York closing.
I in porta nt New York.
NEW YORK. Jnn. 24,-lmports of
merchandise and dry goods at tho port
of Now York for the week ending Jan
uary 18, were $16,643,849. Imports of
specie for tho week ending today. $48.
492 silver. $430,455 gold; exports, $916,619
silver, $3,800,167 gold.
OMAHA, Jan. 21. Bank clearings for
today were $2,962,376.99 and $2,792,910.00 for
the corresponding day last year.
BOSTON. Mass., Jan. 24. WOOL The
Commercial Bulletin will say of the wool
Were the law of supply and demand to
operate unrestrainedly at the moment
there Is no Question, but that the woo)
niarkot would bo not only more active
llmt also atrnnirer. On Mtnnln wools there
1 1 no onanKO n price, however, nothwlth-
standing tho sluggishness of the market
, and there are dealers who are of the
1 firm nnlnlnn II. n I tl, market In nnnlhor
' month will bo decidedly active If the Now
i urn garment worncra siriKc is nuivieu.
ST. IvOUlB, Jan, 24, WOOL-6teady;
medium grades, combing and clothing,
2314WK!: Might fine, l&H21er ea.y fine,
ilM-flKn: tills WllSlied. Z,3KC.
IX)NDON. Jan. 24. WOOL-There was
an act'vn demand for the 10,575 hales of
foreri nt tho auction sales today. Merlnna.
especially scoured, wero practically 6 pet
1 c"u ovt" ne Jiovemoer average, a large
Hinouni ot west Australian greasy was
taken by the home trade at prices as
high us is ZHd, Americans purchased a
I few lots or mediums, fine and cross breds.
NEW YORK. Jan. 24. M ETA IS (.'on
per steady: standard spot and January,
S.r , n i . i . ...I. ...... ... , . " i
$l5.Hij)lI1.00; electrolytic. $.K; lake, $lf.i6
ale -. . t J nu. , P .. ........
viu.iu, vsdiiiisi fiu.wn,i. Jill, cavjr ,
pot. $19,854:60.00; January. $49.7&aCO.',);
Februury. $49.52149.75: March. $49.30049.00.
Irfud, quiet, at $4.25(34.35, Spelter, qulut,
at $7,00tw.l5. Antimony, dull; Cookson'a,
I'J.TiiTilO.OO. Iron, unsettled; unchanged,
Conner Arrivals. 1.520 tnnea: evnnrta
! this month, 17,967 tone. Iondon copper
teauy: spot, iw ds; futures. f63 10s.
London tin steady: snot. 1225 15s: fu
tures, 223 15s. IjmiiJoii lead, 16 Is 3d,
London spelter, an sn bo. iron. Cleve
land warrants, (65 4W1 In Ixmdon.
ST. IX5UI8. Mo,. Jan.. 24,-METAI-
Lead, firm, $4.20. speller, weak, $7.05.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24.-COTTON-Spot
Vtaa-a.li atuuiliM al AA I nrklana
13.06c: middling guff, 13.33c; sales, 1,900
NEW YORK. Jan. 22.-COTTON-FU-
! tures cloned firm. Closing bids: January,
12.Bc. reuruary, i.io; .Mnrrii, iz.33c;
April. 12.14c; May, 12.16c; June. 11.99c:
July, 12.04c; August, 11.94o; September,
11.43c: uetoDer, ti.ac; iiecemper. Ji.nc,
LIVBRPOUL. Jail. 21. COTTON
Spot, quiet, prices castor; American mid
dling fair. 7.S2c; good middling. .89o:
middling, 6.69c; low middling, 8.51c; good
ordinary, tuic; orainary, o.iic. Bales
Sales, 7,000 bales.
Turpentine and lloaln.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Jan. 24.-TITRPEN.
TINE Firm at 41t4lJ4o; sales, 214 bbls.
receipts, 160 bbls.; shipments, 428 hbls.
stocks. 22.000 bbls.
ROSIN-Flrm; salos, 1,000 bbls.; receipts,
990 bbls.; shipments, 5,400 bbls.; stocks,
I24.O0U DDIs, uuotaiions; a ana ti,
C and D, $3.40: E, $5.70; F. $5.90; G, $5.94
II, VM; I, $6.05; K. $6.60fi.70; M and N
$7.15; Wll, fi-so; ww, Ji.bv.
llr- (tooils .Market,
NEW YORK, Jan. 24,-DRY GOODS
Cottoit goods were qjilet and steady.
Local wool markets were quiet. Worsted
carpet wools were easy. Jobbers are do
ing a fair trade In all departments.
for The Bee by
ftACK IN A.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Extremely Slow and Dull,
with Tendency Lower.
H0Q.S STEADY TO FIVE LOWER
Sheep ami Lambs of Ml Kinds Mlnrr
and Ilnll from atari lo Finish,
wllh the Tendency of
OMAHA. Jan. i(. 1913.
Receipts weio: Cattle. Hogs. Slircp.
Official Monday 6. 263 7,fi!8 I6.1S7
Official Tuttidsy 5.2S7 1K.231I 1ti.b42
Offlclnl Wednesday.... 4,53 16,023 15.6H
Ofdrlal Thursday 3.M7 16.W S.Tf.5.
Estimate Friday 1.000 ll.OOO 1,000
Five days this weok..21.0rt6 r.75S 57,911
Samn dnys last week.. 20,104 51,439 49,064
same days 2 wks ago..l9,r 44.270 bi.im
Same dnys 3 wks ago.. 17, 452 31.83). 37,039
Bamo days 4 wks ago.. 7,o2t' sS.STft 23.428
Same days Inst year... 18,897 74,313 29,951
Th fnllnwlnir til allows the receipts
of cattle, hogs nnd sheep at 8outh Omaha
for tho your to dato us compared with
last year; 1913. 1912. Inc. Dec.
cattle oi,xi4 75,904 '.'.n
Hog 205,017 Kw.fW 6Z.W:
Sheep 176,186 128,783 47,403
Thn fnllnwlnir tnliln aViows (ha range nt
prices for hogs at South Omaha for the
last few days, wlth'comparlaonsj
Data. I 1911. 11.11.11911 I1IO.I1BOB.1OI.I1P07.
Ttnesilnt and rilsnnattlnn nf live stock at
the Union atook yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-iour nours ending at a o ciock ye-
C'tlc. H'gs. Sh'p. Il'r'es
C M. tc St. P. Ry. 1
7 1414 6 13 7 69 (N4I3
7 2MS 6 08 7 73 8 47 4 26
7 26H 6 04 7 78 S 44 6 06 4 24
6 OS 7 SI 8 33 6 09
7 27M B 95 7 69 8 31 6 03 4 37
7 26T4 7 67 8 32 5 7l 4 23
7 2214 & S3 " 8 33 6 02 4 H
7 22 5 81 7 53 6 00 4 66
5 94 7 6O820 4 15
48 2 1
9 2 ..
2 1 .,
175 5 1
Mo. Pacific lty
Union Pacific Ry... 1
C. & N.-W., cant.. ..
C. & N.-W.. west.. 12
C St. P.. M. St. O... 1
C... Ti. A Q east...
C R. & Q.. west, ..16
C R. I, & P., east 6
C. R. I. U P., west ..
Illinois Centrnl Ry. r
C. O. W. Ry 2
Total receipts 44
Cattle:. Hogs. Sheep,
Morris & Co 40
Swift c Co 231
Cudahy Packing; Co.... H3
Armour A Co 242
Schwartc & Co
,7. W. Murphy
South O. Packing Co... 12
Hill & Son 15
F. B. Lewis 46
Huston & Co io
J. I). Root & Co 26
J. n. Bulla 2
L. P. Huss ,. 10
Werthelmer & Degen.. 2H
H. P. Hamilton 34
Mo. & Kan.-Cnl. Co.... B7
Cllne & Christie 38
Other buyers 315
..1,464 11,343 1,415
CATTLE Cattle receipts were light as
usual on ft Friday, but they wore, If
anything, too large, as the demand was
small. For the week as a whole a tew
over 21.000 head of cattle havo been re
ceived, belnar the largest since thu second
week is December and larger than a year
ago by over 1,000 hend.
The msrket on beef cattle Is never
very active on a Friday, but It was
more quiet than usual today for the rea
son that packers had all been heavy
buyers during tho week and wore not in
need of manv additional cattle. The
trade accordingly was extremely slow
and dull and It took molt of the forenoon
to effect a clearance ot the few loads on
sale. A slow marten always moans a
little lower market, so that It Is safe to
quote today's market as right around
25c lower than last week's close.
Cows and heifers were just as slow ns
beef steers, with the tendency lower.
The sharp advance during the first of the
week has been wiped out nnd prices are
now 10316c lower than last week's close,
Heavy fenders: In fact, everything ex
cepting choice light cattle, are around
25o lower than last week owing to the
limited buying on the part of the country.
Choice light cattle have not shown so
much change for tho reason that supplies
havo been lighter.
Quotations on Cattle: Good to choice
beef steers. $7.(098.50; fair to good beef
steers. $7.0007.50; common to fulr beef
steers, Jd.25ti6.90; good to choice heifers,
J6.0Oft7.10; good to choice jowi, J5.7tfl.50;
fair to good cows and heifers, $4.75116.75;
common to fair cows and heifers, J3.25Q
4.50; good to choice stockers nnd feeders,
J6.7&38.00; fair to good Hookers and feed
ers. $4UtfC.75; common to fair stockrr
and feeders. H.OOiftf.OOi stock cows and
heifers, $1.7536.50; veal calves, $6.XvtfO.OO;
bulls, stags, etc.. Jl.50tJ6.rc.
. 114 4 7i
. ...1171 7 10
1118 7 18
098 7 18
1013 7 88
1111 7 U
1310 7 40
ll 7 40
911 7 4S
1130 7 80
.1311 7 88
..1403 7 70
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
.... 90t 7 15
...1096 4 90 8
. ) 8 80
..1083 6 80
. ,)047 8 (0
..1V30 8 CO
..1301 8 80
..1330 8 83
..1137 S 88
. . 995 8 90
..1ISC 8 90
..1037 9 40
...,,1018 I 00
1043 I 64
1118 8 00
Ilil 8 00
1118 8 10
..... 943 18
1006 8 34
1010 8 ta
871 I 38
990 8 M
943 8 80
.. 718 I 40 11
903 8 10
744 8 88
I4t 5 44
..... 418 8 (0
811 8 78
709 8 78
903 8 74
803 8 18
718 E 78
3 418 4 10
U 9 18
.873 8 3d
.1190 e 40
1344 E 00 1...
1370 8 38 1. .
1090 8 38 1..,
. ..1410 8 38 1
. . 840 8 80 1
... 911 89 1 .
.1400 s 80
1784 8 40
.2030 8 83
1140 8 94
.1310 8 90
:;o i . . . .
3IS I 6.1
400 7 eO
1 144 9 AO
1 170 ol
I IU 8 00
: n i m
1 tlO 9 On
1 160 9 00
3 IN 9 00
3 3411 7 7S
1 110 8 60
1 310 M
t ISO 7S
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
2 WV (3s 7 771 v0
3...., MS 8 90 3 731 II M
10 Ui a 01 8 not M)
8 (01 38 8 C70 M
. M7 I 38 911 f 45
HOGS Tho market stnrted off practi
cally on the samo basis ns yesterday, but
In a very short time a nllcht reaction sat
In with the packer buyers bidding a big
nickel lower than vesterdnv'n ueueral run
of sales, in other words, It was appar
ently mo liiiention or mo packers, to put
up their droves largely at a cost nrotind
20i. The salesmen being unwilling at first
to sell thnt way, n sudden standstill en
sued and it wns some little time before
inn mint oi ine oiirnngs ,niu sent to
DM scales. Tltn mntnritv nt tile linaa
landed within a range or $7.15f&7.25, with
some hogs selling ns high as $7.85. Com
paring yesterday's bulk "f sales with Jo
day tlie general market was mostly, a
nickel lower, though a few sales early In
tho morning were fully steady. While the
market opened In a fairly actlvo way tho
amoral iniuo wns somewnat slow, It
being well along towards noon hefnm
everything had changed hands. A featuru
or louny n trade in ravor of the packer
buyers wns the very liberal supply In
sight, ns In tho neighborhood of 173 cars
wero reporteii in, a against S.776 llond a
week ngo, and 7.539 head on tho same day
one yenr ago,
llcceipis during t in fore mul nf the.
week were very moderntn as compared
with the corresponding tlmo a yenr ago,
but during Thursday and Friday tho sup
ply showed a slight Increase over the
corresponding days last year. Tho total
receipts for tho first five days, however,
show a decrease from last year of about
HIIEEF-As on lost Fr day a very l s.it
supply of lambs nnd sheccp put in an
appearance this morning, and, contrary
to what might bo expected with such a
row orreriugs on salo, tile demand did
not seem any too good, there being ap
parently n very weak undertone to cur
rent values. Trade was extremely slow
In getting1 a start, but In tho end every
Ihlng wns cleared In very fair season at
prices showing very little it any change
In either direction. A bunch of fed west
ern Inmbs sold ut $8.35 during the first
.Tho outstanding feature during the week
has' been a sharp decline In both sheep
and lamb values during the cloalnc dnys,
caused by a sudden break In prices In the
eastern mutton market. - This depression
wan folt to a mora or less extent at most
other llvo stock centers, and us yet no
Improvement Is evident, today's trade in
live mutton being very slow with a weak
tendency. On Monday and Tuesday the
demand was brond und uctlve, with a
higher trend to values, but on Wednesday
the reaction set In and prices have had
a lower tendency ever since. The closing
nrlces on lamns may no rcgaraeu as z&xv
35a lower than a week ago, with the most
decllno on the medium grades. While ma
tured muttons wero also sensitive to the
depression In, tho general trade, the de
cllno was not so niiiritea as on tamos,
ewes being around a quarter lower than
last Friday. As to wethers and yearlings,
very fow have been coming, and what
havo been on sale wero largely fed Mexi
cans. Owing to a relative scarcity of
that kind of sheep prices have held up
better than anytning eiso on me mar
ket, thcro being about a 10ffl5o decllno In
sympathy with ewes.
Tho receipts for this tlmo of the year
compared with Inst year continue liberal.
iiirn heimr ior tno iirst live uuio nuuui
67,700 head yarded, as against $0,000 a
year ago. , .
quotations on siieri. sim .,.....
Ijtmbs, good to choice, $8.3.iS.f3; lamb,
fall- to good. $7.850.35; yearlings, good
to choice. $7.6008.00; yearlings fair to
good. $7.2587.50; wethers, good to choice.
J6.00titi.30; wothcrs, fair to good, $5.65f
6.0u; ewes, hoou io cnoito .wifu.i,
fair to good. J4.C5U5.O0;
cull sheep and
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow Hon !4 Ironic to lllajlir.
CHICAGO, Jan. 24. CATTLE Receipts,
1,000 Jiend; market slow and unchanged;
bcevr, JU-OOflCCO; Texas steers. $4.70ff3.lW;
western steers, $5.60(67.20; stockers una
feeders. $4.90iay7.50; cows and heifers, $2.7.
63'7.20: calves, $7.0t&11.00.
HOGS Receipts, 27,000 head; market
strong to 6c higher, light. J7.ani7.55;
mixed. $7.20t,7.55; heavy. $-.05H7.6j rough.
$7.05to'i.20; pigs, $o.7&U7.60; bulk, $7.40g7.o0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpt. 8.0W
head; market steady; natives, $4."6.2r.,
westerns, $4.S5rt.2S; yearlings, J9.4M8XV.
native Iambs, $6.76(39.00; westerns, $6.7571'
Kansas City Llvo Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 24,-CATTLE-lte.
colpta, 1,000 head, Including COO southerns.
market sieauy. aresseu oeei anu ciitoi
Htuers, $7,600 S.2S; fair to gooa. $o90Qfl.60i
western steers, ib.uwjs.w; stocners aim
feedors. $5.8O5Ti.fi0; southern steers, $5.D0tt
7.55; southern tows, J3.7f.tid.25: nativo
cows and heifers, $X75jt7.&0; bulls, $5.C0'u)
C.60; calves. $r,.60?i 10.25.
HOGS Receipts, li.uw neaa: marnet
tpflriv: bulk nf snleH. J7. 25ft 7. 40: heavy.
$7.36i&f.40; packers and butchers, $7.25J7-40,
il, .1,1 7 IM.r nil.. Sit f.Oftet.76.
SHEEP AND LAM lis Recelbts, ",C0C
head; market Mcauy; i:oiorauo lamus.
88.2tfi8.75'. yearlings. $7.0O47.5O; wethers,
$5.'tf6.75; ewes, $4.6OH6.&0.
St. Louis Live Slock Market,
BT. LOUIS, Jan. 24. CATTLB-Ilei
celpts, 1,600 head. Including 810 Tcxuns,
market steady; choice to fine steers. $g.i3
&C.10; good lo choice steers. $7.10taVij;
stockers nnd feeders, $5.2&3fl.76j cows and
heifers, $5.60iro.OO; calves, $4.(ttB.s;.
Texas and Oklahoma steers, Ji.DOJf7.90,
cows and heifers, J3.651i5.20.
HOGS Receipts, 11.000 head; market
steady to strong; pigs and lights, $4.50
7.55; mixed and butchers', J7.Oiy7.65; good
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, 2.0M
head; market 2oc lower; muttons, $5,00i
6.26; yearlings, $7.00&6.35; lambs, JS.KW
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St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Jan. 24. CATTLE--Receipts,
800 head; market slow; steer.
$6,759.25; rows and heifers, $3.7607.65,
HOGS Receipts. 5,000 Ticad; market
slow; top, $7.35; bulk of sales, $7.2OH7.30.
SHESP AND LAMRS-Recelpta, 400
head; market steady; lambs, $7.60ias.SO.
Stock In nlttlit.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western market yesterday:
vattie. j logs, sneep,
... 800 6,000
5.300 66,000 3,4(X
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