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TTIE OMAHA DAILY TiEKx SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1003.
CRAIN AM PRODUCE MARKET
letbac't U Wsest Fricst Comti lkVotign
L'quiia-I n b titgt
CORN PRICES AR SOMEWHAT 10WIR
at end ProvUloa follow Ileal of
Market aa lleaarta at Lars Re
ceipt of Itogl and fell
CHICAGO. Dee. I. l.luuldatlun lv
local fcngs nd Indisposition on lha per.
Of (he tinders In gtiitial to open new v
couius to mrry over Buiidsy leaulied In a
eila:k to giain price iu). ana iviay
wheat ctoaeu Vc lowor. it.ay toi n avinl
oat wi eaoh down Ho''. rule Janua.y
provisions oloaad from tVt to UVeO lower.
Tha cables did not respond iu the ad
vance bar yesterdny caused an earner
tone Id wheat at the Start, and npei.lng
ales on May war unchanged 10 Sc luwa.
at MVto to l2a. That wua a fair cat
tared demand early, but the offering wi re
more than sufficient to meet the stunts and
after selling at 8it42e. May gisuunl y
declined. Local longs aold freely through
out tha entire session and tnt-re waa aoth
Ing In tha way of new to ailmulata any
large buying movement. With lha excep
tion of tha July option, which waa Arm 0.1
Continued dry weather In the winter wheat
action, tha market closed weak, with Mxy
He lower, at t2o: after 1 selling at !'
2o. Clearances of wheat and (lour were
aqua! to Btt.luo bushels. Primary receipts
were 876.600 bushels, sgainst 843.300 bushels
year ago. Minneapolis. Duluth and Chl
caga reported receipts of 376 cara, against
78 cars last week, and 886 cara a year
"Lxpectatlone of heavy deliveries on De
enmber contracts caused liberal liquidation
of that option In the corn pit, and the
market weakened under the pressure to
ell. The weakness In wheat also had a
depressing Influence. Tha demand waa only
moderate and from scattered itfiurcee. After
opening a shade to SV,0 lower, at
io. May sold between HIH3c and.4:;n,
triage, closing at 43Sc. Iocal recelpta were
ZU3 curs, with 7 of contract grade.
The same condlflona that governed whent
and corn prevailed In oata and tha mar
ket ruled weak. Ixcal longs sold out their
December holdings and this affected the
whole Hat. May opened a ehade to Vkftttc
lower, at ICVu and aold between 3d
and 3SHC, cloalng at MVfcO. Local receipt
were ISA cars.
Uberai recelDta of boas and renewed
talk of enormous receipts for nent week
caused liquidation of provisions. The sell
Ing waa largely by packers. Shorts wart
tha beat buyers, but there waa a scattered
demand from other sources that held the
market steady at the decline. January
pork oiosed 17Vfr lower, nt J10.8TK; January
lard and ribs were each 7 He lower, at 3C3?Vs
nd 35 87H-
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
W cars; corn, 200 cars; oats, 180 cars; hogs,
60 000 head.
Tha leading futures ranged as follows:
Artloles.1 Open. Hlnh.l low. Close., Tes'y.
43 V4 4Rt,I'i
!0 87 11 OS
U 22Vij it 36
Ko. i. a New.
KLOUlv-rirm; winter patents, kOOftt .;
iraignts. ft.itD4.lO; spring patents, 4 Ouu
4.30: straights, 3.60tj3.ii; bakers, M.tO'uS.rf.
WHKAX-No. I spring, Hj3ci No. red,
Ko. I, 42o ; No. t yellow. 44Hc
OAT&No. I. Hci No. I white,, 3t4w.e.
BAKLKY-aoo'diifeedlnf, I437c; fair to
Choice malting. 48ig6tlc.
BE.EDS No. 1 flax. 91o; No. 1 northwest
rn, 180. Prime timothy, II. . Clover, eon
tract grade, $11.00.
PBOVIS10N&-Mea pork, per bbl.,111 13
CU.ffi. Lard, per 100 lbs., tti SiVt tu. ahort
ribs sides (loose). I6cvic.2s. Khort clear
Ides (boxed;, U.l4Vo4.i4.
Following were ths .receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
lU.tOO I M SOJ
..( lt.bOO 3,7tjO
;.. .114,100 19,Stv
Corn, bu. ..
Rye, bu. ..
On tha Produce exchange today ths but
ter market waa steady; creameries, lo
Use; dairies. 14frjilc.
HUUH fc'irra; at mark, cases included,
MKW YORK CENBHAL MARKET.
f tho Day
NEW YORK. Deo. I. FLOUR Rsoelpts.
tf.tU bbls.; exports, 18,230 bbls. The mar
ket continued firm and held higher; winter
patents, 34.00iH4.3f; winter straights, 34.0iXii
410; Minnesota patent, 34.ifru4.75; winter
extras, 33.00ij3.3S; Minnesota bakers, 3J.7wi
75; winter low grades, 3i0-J.18. Ryo
flour, steady: fair to good, 33.4.40; choloe
to fancy, $J.4&j.U. Buckwheat flour, firm,
. CORN MEAL Quiet; yellow western,
1.U3; city, 31.01; kiln dried. 3J. 003.06.
RYE siteady; No. 3 western, ttio f. o. b.,
gfloatj standard Jersey, ouoiSo.
BARLEY Vlulet; feeding, Wo e. I. f. Buf
falo: malting, 4(vtt0o j. . i. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 78,075 bu.; exports, Ctl.
164 bu. Spot, steady; No. 2 red. Ho, ele
vator; No. 3 red. 8140 f. o. b., afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth, 140 f. o. b.. afloat;
no. 1 nam AianuoDa, nominal I.
afloat. All things considered, wheat in
,Nm York was very steady early. At times .
the price tell off with weakness, but It!
rnuicu I'vreisiciiiiy on room covering ana
the small stocks here, The close wua dull
nd easy. Influenced by a bearish private
crop report. Price showed a purlin) I'o
net decline; May, ki l-lOo, Closed jc;
July, SJSi&WHo. closed S.'Hc; December,
r01t-16ftlVaC. closed 91c.
CORN Reoelpts, 81.6U0 bu.; exports, 6.'.
ITS bu. Spot quiet; hhj. 3. lie elevotor. S1,v
' afloat; No. t yellow, t3u; No. 8 white,
6io. ine corn market was weak and
lower on selling for long account and an :
i.dc, slate com-non to eho-e,
liiu-L 2lii:SWo; olds. rJil2o; Pa-
rifcus, 11m ;7c.
Steady; Gslveston.' 30 to 28 lbs..
- j iurma, ti 10 w lue., ire; triia u'r,
.. nt 31) lbs., 13'0.
ATHKR-St.sdy: acid. 23iff2EHo.
tOVlfcilONS-Beef. steady; family, tlOOO
t n.60; mess, 38 0t"li9.00; beef hams. $J.lOj22
racket. 3 00$ 10.00; oily extra India mess.
"'iXyl7.i0 Cut meats, Irregular; pickled
. '.lies, 35-11 10t pickled shoulders. 36; pickled
ants, 810.6OtrU.60. Lard, steady; western
.Mined. 37.0k; refined, steady; continent,
t 7.30; at. A., 37 90; compound. K;.i(7.-'6.
Pork, steady; family, 318.36; short clear,
RICB-Firra; domestic, fair to extra, 814
tjc; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm; extra creamery, 3So:
creamery, common to choice. lij'.Mc; ren
ovated. 13yl3ct factory, 13vk9l6c.
I'll EES E Quiet; full ereain, fancy small
aolored September, 12c; late made. 104c;
mall white, September. 13o; late maa.
loe; large colored. Septtmner, 12c; late
Kade, IO'hc; large white, September, 1 2c;
te made, 30'c.
E(K1( Strong; stats and Pennsylvania
ttearby, average best, 81e; stste and Penn
sylvania aeoonds to firsts. mc; extra
Krvstern, 81c; western seconds, W.i'iSc; west
rn firsts. 30c; refrigerated. L'triCo.
TALLoW-rirtn; city. 4o; country, 4
Mllwankeo Orala Ilarket.
MILWAUKKE, Dec. 6.-WIIEAT-Easy ;
No. 1 northern. SWra4o; No. northern.
k'-: Mav. 8:fiJi-c
RYE Sluady; No. L StUfl57a
BARLEY-Dull; No. 3, sic; am?lo. 330
CORN-eteady; No.i I. IQOci Mar, 3o.
Livoroool Orala aaa Pvovlsloaa.
IJVERPOOL Dee. .-WHEAT-Steady;
No. 3 rd, western, winter, 6s d. Futures
met uecembcr. nominal: March, la 4VJ:
May, 4s 3d.
CORN-8iol steady; American mixed. 4a
Id. Futures quiet; January, is d, March,
Dalatk Crate Market.
WVVUTn. Deo tV-WHEAT-On track:
3Ko. 1 coi Uiero. ivc No. 3 northera, t."o;
BDsence 01 any support. 1 t ne close was I vQ j mixed auwc- No i whita Jr. S i
dull and Ho net lower; May. 4t9cJ 'l ml"u- JJVC( " 1 nU- 4lJc. -
t'liHo" IHC! V0embtr' 1V51C- clost,i .OaVs-No. I white. 8C38c; No. I mixed.
QATd-Recelpts,' 2S3.7O0 bu.; exports. 7.963 I 'HAYlcrin b ll-notl,v fa 'n- ,i
bt? ' Vlulet: No. i. dlUe: " atandard I . . . .T UlOthy. J9 w0; choice pral-
e, 'mo 1 inii-;" jn 1 i,u -?W-
' W V, avrivi V 41 " IH V, I P4 .NO 417 P
white, 41c: No. 4 white. 41fo4io. pt-t't r. uLJ'.... n... ... .
y4iwv uvu w I 1 j8Ci
(spring, J4vc; I-'ecen c; May,
UATS-On trsxk and to arrive, I'o.
UMAHA "IIOLUALt: 1IARNET.
4 oadltloa of Trade aad 4)aotatloaa on
staple nad Kaucy Prodooe. v
KGUS Fresh stock, 36c.
Llti 1 otUTHV Hens. 7c; spring chick
ens, , v , loutiers, eccoiCitig u , 1f
tuiseys. ; ducki, .
LliksSbiD PUULTHr-Tatkys. U'&lScj
ducks. 'uivc: geese, kiuc; cnickens, ifriVkc;
L i t 4 r.i. -Packing cttK'k. 134c; choice to
fat iy ouuy, In tubs, loJttt, svrator, .'c.
MtEHlt riHH Trout, lw, p.ckerel. 7c;
plica. c , perch, dc, buflalo, I'suac; blue
u.n, 16c. wliltcllsh, tic; aaiinou, , 11c; had
dock. lUc, coulish, Via; redxnai'per, lie;
l'lnitre. bond, per Hi.. 'c, luuslcia. green,
per IK., .kc, tulllie.t J, lie, cuthah, 14o;
Mn.k baa. iHnic; halibut, ic, crsppies.
12c; hcrrli.g. c; white bats, 13c, plui'flris,
OYBTEKS New Vork counts, per can,.
4"e. per g.il., .' 00; extra pelecta, per can,
iu'e. ri-r k.iI , i.V5; atandard. per can ilc;
per gnl., $I.n.
hliAN--rir ton 314.30.
HAY--Prlcea quoted by Omaha Whole-
arile De-nora' aisocmiton: Choice No. 1 up
land. II An; No 2. 37 00; .tiediti'n. 3-1.W;
coarse, 6 00. Rye straw, $7.00. Those prl ee)
are for bay tu ouU coior and iuulli. Lie
rrjiiil fair and" receipts light.
HVH -No. !. GOr.
CHhlSTMAa TP.EE3-Four to five feet
per uoxeu, i.; tivc to auven feel, per d js
en, K Mi; eight to nine leet. per iloxe.t, J oJi
blue to ten (eel, pet UoSen, H mi, lre
school snd ihurch purpooes, twsivs ty
fourteen teet, each ll'l.oO; extra large, fif
teen to twenty leet, each il.mitiA.W.
EVERGREEN WREATHING In coils of
twenty yards, per coil, tOctitluO.
, WREATHS Magnolia and gala wreaths,
per dozen, 31 ao''al.&0; evergreen wreaths,
per dozen, fl.!S(ji.50; holly wreaths, per
doten, Ji.ffll.&U. These designs are twelvu
Inches In diameter.
HOLl-V BRANCHES Per Case of 1x2x4
feet, about fifty pounds, 34.tAS4.&0; per
barrel, 31. So.
LONG NEEDLE PINES-Per doxen, 32.00
M18TI.ETOE Rranchea. Der flve-uound
box, tl.Su; per pound, Sue. MMIetoe orders
wli: be rilled about LctemLtr to and ship
ped by cxprena only.
POTATOES Coluruou. aoj; Dakolu. pef
bit.. TIW7RC; native, Oo'diCc.
SWEET POTATOES-lllinola, per bbl.,
NAVT BEANS Per bu.,
CEI.ERV -Small, per dox.. Kl)'i36c; larg
ONIONS New home grown, dry. per lb.,
c; Spanish per crate, 31.50; Colorado yel
low end red, 1HV
rAliniril.L.WIiornitti ITnllutld. id.
TURNIPS Canada rutabagas, per lb.,
iVic; wiiuo. per uu.. toe.
CARROTS Per bu., 8Cc.-PAHSNIPS-Per
PEETS Per tu.. 60c.
CACLl FLOWER California, per crate.
"TOMATOES -California, per 4-baskct
CL'CTJMUERB Per dor. 31.00.
APPLES California Bell flowers, per boa,
31. wi; New York Greenlnga, 33.60; Baldwins,
I3.tfi: ellnir varietlpe SA.nlL
GRAPES tony Ca:awbus, 2Tc; Imported
MulugaJ, per kg, X5.0uti.&u.
CKANBi'.HRiJl Jer. r , t er l b:.. 3.C0;
per box, 2 75: Wlsoonsln Bell Bugle. 39.40.
gUl.NCES CaliloinU, per box, U.K.
OKAXOi.t! Hona brlnals and r.iKaet.,
all lxes, U.b0; navels, large slse, 33.003.50;
smaller sises, tJ.764.00.
LKMuNe-C'aiitorui fancy, 300 to J(U
tlx , ll.au; choice 240 to 370 sixes, 14.01 1 13.
t'lGs Cull fornla, pur 10-lb. cartons, Hoc;
Inipo ted Smyrna, S-crjwn, 14c; 5-crown,
10c; 7ciown, lk'K
COCOANOTB Per sack, 31.00; per Cox.,
liATES-Perslcn, per box of 30 packages
$100; per lb.. In Kl-lb. boxes, Sc; Oriental
stuneu datek, per box, 33.40.
BANANAS a er ma lum ax.'d bunch, (2.00
ti'lw, Jumbo, ti.1itti.26.
CHEESE locorutiti tirut. full cream,
liVnc; Wiaooukln - xoung Americas, 3Vic;
block Swiss, lac: Wisoonsin brick, 13&!
TTieuuiikiii iiRiuerNir, w.
hONk. f Nebi axaa, per 34 frames. 33.30;
.tah and Comrado, rer 34 frames, 13.30.
Ma-rbai SLUAK-UHU), par ID., 1UC.
ClLiEH Per bol., &.fS, par H-bbl., 13.33.
POPCORN Per lb, 40; shewed, 6'o.
uoKSai itAXiiBU-i'er case of 3 aos..
Tia Lras.i iUIm
NLT4-Walnuts. No. 1 soft-shell, per lb.,
18c; hurd-shell. per lb., 14c; No. 3 soft-shell.
per lb., c; No. t haid-slie.l, per lb., lac;
Braslls. per lb.. lKSUc: niberts. nor lb..
U&llViic; almonds, sott-shell, per Id., lie;
baru-.-hell, per lb., 13c; peuuns. large, per
lb., Hblic; small, per lb., SVulUc; peanuts,
per lb., 6Vc; ro-.strtd peunuts. per lb., 7c;
Chill walnuts, ISjjiac; large hickory nuts,
per bu., 31.78; sheil-barks, per bu., $1.7oJJ)
J.oO; black walnuts, per ou., 31.25; sasteiu
cliestnuts, per lb., lie.
HIDES No. 1 gieen. Sc; No 3 green.
Be; No. 1 aalted, 7c; No. I salted, c;
No. 1 veal calf. to 13 lbs., 84c; No. 2 veal
calf, 13 to IB lbs., c; dry salted hides. t'J
l-'c; sheep pelts, iia,ic; horse lilUs, il.it
tyoals Grata sad Prorlslnn.
LOUIS. Dec 3.-WIIEAT-Lower:
J . mvua, urn. . vvhcaa Lowerj
No. t red cash elevator, nominal; track, 814
g'j.'c; May, a4c; July, TO'c; No. 3 hard, 77 W
LOKiM L,ower. no. 3 cash, 410; track, 44c,
old; December. 41V4c; May, 41Hc.
OATS-Lower; No. 3 cash. 3io: track, 37V4
Gi-Ai: December, Bita; May, 74o; No. 'i
ILOCK-Dull, but firm and higher; red
winter patents. $4.o4.3S; extra fancy and
Bir-iiHiii, ao. svrrj 9. .11 ; cicar, .tviMJ.
oe.a.i 1 iino.ny, sieaay
prime worth more.
BRAN Firm; sacked, east trsck, TtiJTTio.
MAY Firm; timothy, 3o.80S.l2.aO; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-31.06,
IIKMP TWINE 0.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobbing,
$11.80. Lard, lower, 34.38. Bacon, quiet;
boxed extra shorts, 17.76; clear ribs, 38.lJVi;
short clesr. 38 STH.
POULTRY-Steady; chickens. Tc: springs,
iVuc; turkeys, loHc; ducks, 10c; geese, Sc.
UL'T 1 Kit- Firm; creamery, ;)flJ,Vie:
: dairy, I6uc.
EGaS Lower, 27c, Joss off.
36 t thl
Kansas City Grain and Provisions,
KANSAS CITY, Deo, I. WHEAT De
cember, oVic; May, To-Ho. cash No. 3 hard,
T2iit73c; No. 3. eWaWsc: No. 4. tlyc'c; re
jected, wtae; No. 3 red, 84ifS6c; No. 3,
iJGOf! Firm: Missouri and Kansas stock,
cue re.urn.'d, 17c; new No. 3 wliltewuod
cases included, 173,
Wheat, bu l"4ji) 136 M0
Corn, bu. 800 10.IOJ
Ots, tu 14 0 0 17. .100
Fhtladelnlils I'roUoce Market,
PHILADELPHIA Dee. I BUTTER
Steady; fair denund; exira .etiein cream
ery, the; same nenrby prints I7c.
EGGS Firm: Rood demand: fr. h. i ih
31 u loea off; aam "csiern, 31c L .- - off, sums
soutliwestet n. 8'31c less off; aan.s (ou'.h
ei n Ike loss off
CHEEBK-Steady; choice, lle; same fair
to good. 10!jlle.
Minneapolis Wheal, rionr and llran.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 8. W H K AT De
cember, kM4uc; May, s2i4tj'.,c; July,
817,c, on track. No. 1 hard, M'jc; No. 1
northeru, Ki'c; No. 2 northern, i8)&c;
No. 2 northern, T2$'7te.
FLOUH First patents, 84.46 94 65; second
patents. 34 3tN4 40: first clears. 33 tJ3.4u,
second clear, 3.301(12.40. .
Tolealo Seed llarkal.
TOLKDO. Dec. l.-SET:DS-Clover. cash.
30.87; December, 3er: January, 30 90;
Feot udry, 8t.lki; March. 87 04 Prime alalke,
a.0. Prime timothy, 81.40.
PEORIA, Dee. CORN-Hlsher: No. t
43V; new No. 3. 40o; No. 1 t-c. new No.
Oil and Rosla.
OIL CITY, Deo, I OILS Credit balances.
187; certlflcstes, no bid: shipments, W,4fl;
sverage. 74.116: runs, Tk.174; average, 83. la;
shipments, Lima. 8Xr4; averase, W.I.tj;
runa. Lima. 64.3jM; average. 68 351.
NEW YORK, Deo. OILS Cottonseed.
rteady; prime crude, nominal: prime vrl
nw. 84e. Petroleum, steady; refined. 19 3n;
Philadelphia and l'altln ore. 38.64: In bulk.
H 6S. Rosin quiet; strained common to
good 33 46 Turpentine, firm. 6'i9i,c.
SAVANNAH, Dec. 6 -OILS-Ti'rpetitlne.
firm, U-c. Rosin, firm: receipts 811; aalea
t; exports. 3.119. Quoted; A. B. C. D. K.
F., 33.26; I J . 12 30; M . t- V: I. 83 16: K.,
22 80; M, ti.SK); W ue. 114, 3 fc. WW..
CurN December. ISc: Mav !Tinir7Ui..
.-.,.;. . .v. ..-. ai, uiii, nucjr,
.NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Toat ef Doub tl Heiiutioji .Ifanifeit
foUowing Fridiv'i Act Tit.
CLOSE IS STEADY, WITH LITTLE CHANGE
laoreaao of Cask) Reaerres la Baaks
Coais a lararlea, a De
crease Had lleea Ki-
NEW YORK. Doo. I.-There was a tons
of doubt and hehitallon In today s stooa
market whlcii iuite nalurully loliowed the
appearance In eieruuy s market of eltns
i a tulinlnutlun ot the rise. Yeslerda's
Ihis volume til ueallhgs and the small
net changes In price pointed both to
heavy teuilxing and to large short cover
ing. While the realising Is a strengthening
factor ot the market the reduction of the
abort interest deprives it ot a technical
factor of strength. A renewed advance In
Brooklyn Transit followed by the loC4l
ttactloiis this morning obtained little fol
lowing In the general Hat. A selling move
ment followed, which carried a number
of the leaders, suuh as Pennsylvania,
United btaies Steel preferred and Amal
gamated a point under laat night. A fever
ish and iiieijuldr recovery succeeded upon
the publication of the bank statement, ihe
ill! or w.uco In cash rcsersa waa an
xtlieeabla surprise compared with the ex
pectation of a decrease of several hundrej
thousand dollars mid it Is supposed to be
due to the making up of former discrep
ancies the other way, The Increase In tht
loan Item of a little over 31.000,000 waa not
disturbing. Tha market closed steady and
not far from last night's level.
The sterling exchange market was weak
and declined to a level which will assure
ths movement toward New Tork of any
available gold supply In money markets.
Conditions abroad as well a here prom
ise a continuance of the firm money market
for the rest of the year. But It is made
clear from the movement of the Interna
tional exchanges and the statistics of InUr
national traoo that New Yoik command J
the exchange situation. New Orleune and
San Francisco have fflade further requisi
tions upon New York for currency during
the week and additional ahlpmenls to thoe
points are expected, but the western de
mand for crop moving purposes has come
to an end. Gold for import has secured In
the London mnrket whenever the movement
of money ralea did not make It mors
profitable for holders of exchange on Lon
don to hold up their collection and leave
the proceeds of loan In London. A new
development has been the shipments of
p-nld from Japan to Ban Francisco. San
Francisco's exchange needs are usually
satisfied by way of Australia, but large
Australian crops have thrown the advan
tage of exchange to that center. Sun Fran
cisco finds It of greater advantage to dls-
Sose of Its sterling exchange claims to
apan and take gold from there In eom
penastlon. The movement serves a a re
lief from the San Francisco demands in
New York for currenoy. Confidence Is
undiminished -.hat money will become
easier with the turn of the year, and It
la believed that tha movement in stocks Is
In part a discounting or this expectation.
The bond market has been somewhat Ir
regular, but has grown stronger In sym
pathy with to.iks. United States 2s and
the new 4s declined n Pr cent telow the
closing call of last week.
Following are the oleeing quotations on
th. New vrll -tocfc eh.LoW.close.
Baltimore & Ohio.
Canaulan PaclHo ,
Central of N. J...
Chesa. fk Ohio
Chicago & Alton...
,13.4u0 H) 6Vt '
. uo :' -
. 6,Mi "ii-m 1
. 310 si b'Vi bT.,
. 1.4U0 lla Ui H7H
Chicago a W
do B pfd
Chicago N. W
Chicago T. & T
C. C, C. & St. L
do 1st pfd
do 3d pfd.,
Delaware & Hudson..
Delaware, L. dk W....
Denver ot R. U 1..
do 1st pfd
do 3d pfd
Great Northern pi,..
15 168 l&Xlt
,,. ..... ..... lw
Iowa Central .... .....
K. C. Southern
Louisville & Nash.... 3,400 lu64
Manhattan L 141
Metropolitan St. Ry.. 3,100
Minn. & Bt. ii
Missouri Pacific 12,73
Missouri, K. ek T ttiO
do pfd 608
N. R. R. of Mex., pfd. ....
New York Central ... 1,200
Norfolk ot Western... 7M
do pfd 1
Ontario A Western.... 1,800 21V
Pennsylvania M.imO 118
21 , 21
P.. C, C. 6l St. L 100 K
do 1st pfd 700
do 2d ptd....,
Rock Island Co 20.300
do pfd 2U
St. L. & 8. r., 1st pfd. ....
do Id pfd 200
St, L. Southwestern.,
Southern Paclr)o ...
Southern Hallway .
Texas & Pacific ...
Toledo, St. L. at W.
Union Pactflo ......
heeling L. E...
Adams Express ....
United Slates Exp ,.
Wells-Fargo Exp ,.
Atrial, copper su.wu
Amer. Car dk Foun
Amer. Unseed Oil
Amer. Smelt, at Refln.
13 14 14
70U 76 76
it 4B 46
Amer. Sugar Refln..
Anaconda Min. Co.,
Brooklyn Rapid T..
Colo. Fuel ft Iron...
Col. A Hock Coal...,
General Electrlo ....
National Biscuit ....
North American ....
Preened Steel car....
Pullman Pal. Car...
Tenn. Coal & Iron.,
t'. S. Leather
V. H. Rubber
U. S. Steel
Total sales for the
. Rnatea' Utoek Qsataitoaa,
BOSTON, Dee. S. Call loans. 8Vt per
rnt: time loans. 6ftfll per rent. Official
closing prices on stortrs and bonds:
U.i central 4s...
.. AmaiumtUd ....
.. 74a Dn hm
.. IV Cat A Had, ...
. i! CanUnnlal
..14V4, Topper Kange ...
p-aion A Albany.,
B at s glrvat-d ..
N V . N H a H.
riukburj pfd ....
Amor. Sugar . ...
Amor. T. A T
Dumlnlon I. a 8..
Uui Elaetrls ..,
do pfd ,.,
V. . St-al
W.atlng. ooau&oa .
.I4'i Uomialoa Coal
.1H1 rrai.kllu tw
I. la Roral t
. H Vohawk f i
loia 01 1 Dominion
. I Santa Pa Copper..
. Iota Trtnlir
. T7v,Valtae gutae
Clearlag t:oase Averages.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. The statement of
(erases of the clearing house bai:ks of
this rlty for the week shows: I Owns. 3h2 .
C.SiiO; increase, 81 tSS.j. Deposits, 3s2..
".vj; increase, 2l.3iS.4ou. Clrcu ation. no..
(fHi.; Increase, 3:'l.iK). Legal lender.
i.wju; increase, n,tsj". Bpecle. IiSl.sll.
4k ; decreasf, 3i;9.. Reserve, 8U17.U.' j;
Increase, 817. 8oo. Reserve required, 1210,
7i,UWi liter ae. e3J7rkA aVurplua, Ksui.kuO;
44 43 43
77iJ 77 71
26 26 26
41 el3 1
46 46 to
' 800 32 32 82
. 3,460 141 141 141
..6.025 46 46 44
. 2,S"0 2v 2u 20
. 360 ih 7b 78
. I.3U0 24 34 24
. 100 21 -i 21 31
. 416 34 34 84
.13.716 76 76 76
. 300 30 20 20
. 1,126 86 34 30
, 160 16 16 16
.., 460 17 16 16
,. ttlO 87 87 37
i tin esse 2-0
1234 IIK 122
49 47 70
28 23 43
100 11 11 U
1,140 179 178 178
SoO 161 160 160
160 11 11 10
300 Co (6 3
eeeeaf e 90
see miii so W
e e 74
1,100 6 4 Mil
2u0 27 37 t
. 6"0 43 41 42
. 4 10 1644 16T,
. , 70
, 1.070 88 33 f'.'i
2"0 7 7 7
. 1U0 H 76-14 T
. 1.7M 12 Hi,
.14.6 0 67 6f. 8r.I
33i ta H7
Inrrer. I a.Ma. F.x-1'nlted Slates deposits,
ll6.t' tasgsotse. 3177,jO.
Tew Turk Mostr Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. t.-MONEY-On call
nominal, no loans. Time loans, steady;
sixty days and ninety days, A per cent; six
months, 8't'6f per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper. 'ui;4 per cent.
STERLING EXC'H A NOR Actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at 14 8:S7rr4 M for de
mand and at l4.734B.i4 7o for slxty-dy
bills; posted rates. 4 804, -ft 4 81 nnd 34 Si'u
4.34V4: commercial Mils. t4TylT4 7.
SILVER Bar, Wc; Mexican dollars,
HONDS Oovernment, steady; railroad,
The closing quotations on bonds are as
U. g. r t. is. N
do toupon . f . .
do li, rs
do coupon ....
do aw 4s, rs
do coupou ....
do aid 4s, MS
do coupon ....
V. S. la, rtg....
.irH 1.. n anl.
.!" .Mtnkitua e. 41..1U
.10T k it. i.Mtnl it 71
107 1 do 1st Ino 1S4
.111 Miss. St. U .. t
.13 k., K a T. 4i M
.10) I do U ?tvt
.11 IN. It. R. of M. t. 4S. 7&S
.10114 N. Y. O. ten. IVt.-.
m K. J. C. S la lKHj
Auhiion gea. 4a loe
ro. PtslOe 4i m.-t
00 aoj. fa
So la 1"H
Atlantia C. L 4 U Norfolk A W. . 4
Bait, a Okie ta l0'O. 8. L 4a A par
n Penn. ooo. Ivaa.
Central of Ga. la..
da lat Ipe
Choa. a Ohio 4Ha.
Utanaao A A. ISta.
C. U. A 4 a. 4a.
104 Rt-adlns (rh. 4s..
81. U a I. M. e.
lu St. Lair. I(.
... St. U S. W. la..
... It' Sraboard A L 4a
u , m. a b p. 1
4a. Ill) Bo. Pacltla
C. A N. W o. Ts...l0Vj Pa Railway la.
c, n. i. a r.
tu. Trsaa a P. la
.. T St. L. A W
4a Kit Union Paclto 4a..
..71 do conv. 4a
.. ITa V s. Itaal M Is.
.. Wanaah la
..loo do ottf, R
.. UH W. A L. B. 4s...
C C C. a St. L s.
ago Tar. 4a.,
Coio. a So. 4a
i) a k. o.
Brio prior lias 4s
- do in. 4a
at wta. t'antral 4a...
rt. w. a d. c. tat.. ioi coin.
Homing Val. dSfea...loei4
Now York Mlalosj Qaotottoas.
NEW YORK, Dee. 8. The following ars
ine closing quotxtions on mining siocks:
Conmtotk Tunnel, .
Con ("al A Va ..
Horn stlvar .......
Lsadviila Cob ....
I Sierra Nevada
hmall Hopas ..
Dank Clearings tor Week.
OMAHA, I"e. 6 Bink clearmgs for the
week as compared with the corresponding
week one yeur ago:
lD'iS. ' 1902.
Monisy 31,367, 45.81 $.3-8 41.89
Tuesday 1,454,71 8.) 1.1S6.133.P3
Wednesday 1 277.1.0 6V) 22.214.171.124
Thursday .V 1.434.911.81 1,!G",87:17
Fruluy l.c m7.Si 1,141. 151. 1)
Saturdav H 1.9 5.H8 1,m,m H
An Increase over the con eapondilig wee.t
laat year of f 1,064,' 3.73.
LONDON. Dec. 6. Bullion amounting to
160,000 was withdrawn from the Bank of
England today for shipment to Egypt.
PARIS, Dec. 6. Trading on the Bourse
today was Inactive. At the close prices
were irregular. The prlvato rate of dis
count was 218-16 per cent. Three per cent
rentes, bsf 48c for the account.
BERLIN, Dec. 6. Trudltig on the Bourso
today was featureless. Exchange, on Lon
don, !0m 4uVjpfBS for checks. Discount
rates, short and three months' bills, i per
Imports and Exports at Kcvr York.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. -Total Imports of
dry goods and general merchandise at the
port of New York for the week ending
today were 310,640,343.
Imports of specie for the week at New
Tork were 3Ul.tiu0 allver and 134.081. 798 sold.
Exports of specie were $4ao,876 silver and
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Dec. 8-Hollday on Stock ex
bar silver eteady, 2ja per ounce.
MONEY 11 per cent: discount rates
for short bills, 3 lfr-16'jO per cent; for three
months' bills, 3314-1$ per cent
NEW TORIC. Dec. 5.-COTTON The
opening was steady at a net loss of ISU
points, on the urgument that outstanding
accounts had probably been pretty well
evened up, while cables were distinctly
below expectations, and the outlook was
for heavy recelpta. A good demand de
veloped at tne lower levoi, nowever, ana
while realising continued to be heavy.
offerings were promptly abso.bed and prices
rau.eu to aoout laai nignt s nnais. lrau
Ing waa fairly active, but fluctuations com
paratively narrow. After snowing at one
time a net gain or aDout ity- points tne
market eised off a little toward the close
under realising and was finally steady net
3 points lower to 4 potnis higher. Sales
weie estPnatdd at 60,000 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Lee. 6. -COTTON Fu
tures, steady; December, 12 6212 Me; Janu
ary. 12 6XKfil2.61c; February,- 12.74gl2.7Sc;
12 9ili.0ic; June, 'l8.ulQ.i8.06c; July, ' 13.0ti'4
13.07c. Spot, quiet! sales, 1,300 bales; ordi
nary, 6t-ioc; good ordinary, ilc; mid
aiing, i2c; gooa miaunng. izc; middling
lair, is l-ioc receipts, 11,940 Dales; stock,
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 3.-COTTON SdoL
quiet; prices 4(33 points lower. American
middling rmr, i.na; gooa miaaiing, d.88d;
mlddiins. 4.78J: low mlddllne. 6.8ld: enod
ordinary, 8.t2d; ordinary, 6.42d. Th sales
of the day were 8,000 bales, of Which IJ0
were for speculation and export, and In
cluded 2,4o0 American. Receipts were 7.000
nates, including Amerioan. Futures
opened quiet and closed quiet. American
middling, g. 0. c, December, 6. 64 J; Decem
ber-January. 6 69d: January-February, 6 84
? 0.660 FeDruary-Maren, e.58a: March-April
61414.621; April-May, 8.49'.50d: May-June,
6.4d; June-July, ti.46H.4i;ci; July-August,
D.aiiai; Augusi-oepitiiiii.er, nominal.
NEW TORK. Dec. I.-WOOL Firm; do-
uieBuo neece, sbiQ-MC
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 6.-WOOL Dull and un
changed, but with a lower tendency; me
dlum grades, combing and clothing, 17
21 He; light fine, 152il7Hc; heavy tine, 129
14c; tub-washed, 2o33lc.
LONDON, Dec. 6.-WOOL The arrivals
for the first series of the 19U4 auction sales
amount to 10.136 bales, including 4.000 for.
warded direct to spinners. Several lots of
wool withdrawn during lust sales sold this
week. Fine grades were firm and medium
Dry Ooadla Market.
NEW TORK. Dec. B.-DRT OOODB-Th
market shows some signs of settling down,
ana a lew more quotations are available,
but the future la still very easy and pre
dictions are not made with any certainty
by manufacturers or sellers. The business
or tne day was not large, although In
qulries were frequent from those who
have not supplied their wants to the fullest
extant for the coming spring, and these
are particular ly anaiuua auuui prices.
V Whisky Market.
CHICAGO. Dec. .-WHI3KT-8teady 00
basts of 81.27 for finished goods.
6T. LOUIS. Dec. 6-WHI8KY-Steady at
PEORIA. Dec. e.-WHISKT-On basis of
31.27 for finished good,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
DEEDS ftleo for record yesterday as fur.
nlshed by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, 1614
Isabel Cornell and husband to Alex
R. McCandleaa. und Interest In
lot 1, block 1. Isabel add I 600
Margaret C. Wear and husband to
Arthur Strunge, lot 1L block 10.
Currlaan Place add 220
Evander il, Duncan and wife to
Frank 8. Brownlee, lots 4 and 8.
block 2. Armatrona'a 2d add. and
other land 1,000
Frank Kountaky and wife to John
J. Morkey, lot 1, block 19, lat add
to South Omaha
Balthas Jetter and wife to George
H. Brewer, lot U, block , Druid
B. E. Wlloox and Wife to W. 8.
Dallty. lot 3. block 2, B. E. Wll-
J. M. Adair and wife to Thomas C.
Rrunner. lot 13. block 1. Madlaon
Sguare add 300
Bertram F. Dunn and wife to John
L. Marshall. s77 feet W47.f.6 feet n
block 4, Perkins' sub
John L. Marshall to Reuben R.
Krebs, same 2.000
Genevieve Tvlre to F. J. Lewis s24 .
feet lot 9. block 88 South Omaha.. 3.000
V J. Lew la and wire to Oenevleve
Tylee. lots 1 and 2, block 84. South
Mary A. Dwver to John A. Rlne. lot
1. Ottawa Place add
Annie Dwyer to John A. Rlne, same 1,800
John Pazderka and wife to Frank
Patae, s ioi 10, block 2. Dworak's
Etta O'NHl and husband to Oene
vleve Tylce, lot 1. block 22. South
Ralph 8. Connell to w J. ronnell.
st? feet lot 4. block 24S, city and
strip adjoining 1.500
William J C'onne'.l snd wife to Im
perial Investment company. undH
lota 7, 10 and 11. In Griffen A Smith's
add: lot U. block 4. Improvtbtaiit
' association, and other lots 170,000
OUAUA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steen inl Feedsrj About Steady for
tht Week and Qjd Cowi 8tronj
HOGS SOME HIGHER THAN A WEEK AGO
Fat heep Aro Aboat Flfleea Coats
Loner for Week, bat Dosaaatl for
Feeders Has Beta Safflcleat
to Held Trices Iteady.
SOUTH OMAHA, Deo. f.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Official Monday 4,823 t.iib I't.otf
Otltcial Tuesday 4.4Hd 7.U.0 lo.OSO
Ofliclal Wednesday 6,117 8,7u3 11,0-43
Oincml Thursday S.Wlt V.tiO
OUlclal Friday 3,133 7.816 1.788
Ofliclal Saturday iuo J1 1.3u4
Week ending Dec. I.
Week ending Nov. 23.
Week ending Nov. kl.
Week ending Nov. 14.
Week ending Nov. 7...
Bame week last year.
..13,178 44,803 64 461
..l'J.lfci J7,oM 30,1101
..30.3-3 4o,U6 81.6W
..M.iiVs 30. W 7H.U04
..ii.bM W.U.7 T3.J-50
.U.TM M.430 46,661
Kt-CEiPlS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
Tha following table shows the rectlpta of
cattle, hogs and sheep at ooutb Omaha for
tha ear to aate ana comparison wliU laat
. 1303. 1903. Inc. Deo.
fJe ....1.01J,3v3 44.744 71.318
"Ogs 3,Oil,li73 2,0t4,n0 ....... 11.407
Shesp L7a3,043 l.(Ui,lW 119.8 . ....
Average prices paid for nogs at South
Omaha for the last several days with com
parisons: Date. I U03. 1303.1l3Ol.13O0.ll3.nSM. 187.
I 87 J 36 t It
S M M
2 a an
4 W 1
3 86 8 83
4 761 t 8Si
6 811 4 781 3 89!
6 761 4 iot 3 koi 3 8
6 001 4 181 3 toi 8 44
4 201 T5
4 lVs 6 03 6 76 I 3 'li
3 38, 8 80
9 33 3 24
S 781 4 871
8 7a, 4 7 Si 3 701
Id 71 1 ra 3 20,
ov. 211 .
6 861 HI 8 oi I 30
4 bin 4 71; 2 .1
4 63 3 74 3 2."
3 761 3 38
4 311 6 to
4 40 13
4 4.1 In 1 0 ZJ:
4 64 I 3 19 9 19
4 6a 9 81 I s XI
4 77 S SOI S 87(
4 37j 6 24
Indicates Sunday. "Indicates holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
ought 111 toduy by each road was:
Cattle, l-.gs. a 11 p. liora.
M. A St. T. Ry..,. .. IS . ..
Mo. 1'ac. Ry 4 1 .. ,.
111011 rac. nystem.. I u ..
o N. W. Ry 10 ..
E. & M. . R. R.. .. 1 4
St. P., M. dk 0 11 ..
& M. Ity lj i
B. or U. Ry 8
K. C. ec St. J 4
R. 1. & P., east 9
R. 1. P.. uust 1 ..
Unols Central t
Hi. Gr't West 11 3 .. ..
Total receipt 11 110 1
i ne Uiouva.uon of the flay s receipts was
as follows, eacn buyer purchasing lb num
ber ot Jitad tndicatsd;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.
Hwirt ana company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour dk Co
Omaha Pkg. Co.. Bt. Joe.
Armour dk.Co., B. C...
Lobman 4k Co
Total 187 6.791 361
CAiTI.K The eama aa usual on a Sat-
uruay, there were nut enough cattle here
tn la morning to make a maraet. For tne
week receipts have been about tha same
as for last week, but as compared with
the correfeponuliig week of last year there
Is a decrease of about 3,000 head.
There has been quit an Increase mis
week in the receipts of corn-fed steers,
but most of those to arrive nave been
warmed up and snort-fed stock and have
not sold to good advantage. As compsred
with the close of last week, there la very
little change In ruling prices. The com
mon kinds, of course, sell unevenly, and
tor that leason some sales look much bet
ter than others, but as a general thing the
prices ralQ are about the same as a week
go. The demand for th better grades of
curn-reda lias been oouv au tne weea,
with prices fully steady. Good to choloe
corn-feds may be quoted from 14.60 to 3510
fair to good irom 4.26 to 84.60, and warmed
up catt.e irom 33.60 to 84.25.
The cow market nus been active most
of the week and prices. If anything, are a
little Mgher than at the 0 ose of last week.
The Lovance, however, Is confined- very
laigely to tha latter grades and would be
coteied by 10c and In extreme cases by 16c.
Canners and cutlers are ldoui steaay ana
are selling from 11.76 to 32.40. Fair to good
cows go from (2.40 to 32.7.1, and good to
choice from 32.76 to 33.00, with an occasional
sale a little above that, klulta a few corn-
feds are beginning to arrive, but they are
mostly short-ted and sell In about the same
notches as grassers of the same quality and
nesn. 1 .
Bulls, veal calves and stsgs arc sun sell
ing In about the same notches they have
been for the last several weeks.
The week opened witn an aottve aemana
for stockera and feeders and n rices ad
vanced a little. Toward the close of the
week, however, there was not aa much
activity and a largo share of th advance
was lost, closing prices being about th
same ae a week mo. Common cattle sell
from 33.00 down, lair to gooa from ts.vo to
38 26. and good to choloe from 33.26 to 83.60.
mere nua nesn a pig aecreaaa in in re
ceipts of western grass beef steers, but
those tnat nave arnvea nave mat wua
res dv sals at firm Drlcca all th week.
Western cows and atockers and feeders
havn fluctuated aa noted abov.
HOG Is Conditions were an unravoraoi
to the selling Interests thla morning and
Tnm tt, r. mi 1 1 f i uuwiiau .uuu l m nil in
lower. A few loads sold at prices that
were not much, if any, lowr, but before
there was time to transact much business
the market weakened still more snd kept
getting worse, until at the close the loss
was fullv a dime. Trading was slow all
the morning, as It seemed to be hard for
DUyers anu seiivm m mbiw un V'
Heavy weights add largely from 14.30 to
84.30. ' Light hS
200 pounds, unless
had to sell in at
n"s weis'ims iiiuuii unuvr
ess tney were very prime,
about tbe same notches.
Medium and mixed hogs aold largely from
34 .86 to 34 40, ani butcher weights or those
welgblng from 200 to 250 pounds, if of good
quality, sold from 34.40 to 34 DO.
I nere lias 1 evil n lain uuriai iuii ui
hogs her this week, as there Is a small
Increase over last week, but there Is a
alight decrease as compared with th eame
week of laat year. There has been a
Stronger tone to the trade this week, and
even with today's decline the advance for
the week amounts to nearly a aims, un
Friday the gain amounted to nearly 20c.
As compared with a year ago, the market
Is still nearly 82 00 per 100 pounds lowef
Wo. at. on rr.
,...104 140 4 IS
...144 40 4 19
.. It II IN
...lit ... 4M
,...tui tot 4 to
... 4 to
,...irt too 4 o
...I94 lto 4 at
,...1(4 4 48
,...M 40 4 at
...110 H 4 at
....117 110 4 M
,...tul t 4 It
,...141 ... 4M
,...114 UI ill
,.,.ta0 ... 4 It
....lit 44 4 18
...171 10 III
....114 110 4 II
... !4 ... 4 11
... 1U H II
431 140 4 44
M 4 40
... 4 44
IM 4 40
... 4 44
W 4 40
... 4 44
M 4 40
10 4 44
M 4 40
... 4 44
M 8U0 4 40
Ml ... 4 44
HT M 4 44
101 40 4 44
141 M I 40
lal 100 4 44
III 44 4 40
.It 4 ... 4 44
.141 ... 4 414
.814 IM 4 414
.110 40 4 4J4
111 10 I 4t4
lal a 4 u
80 4 M
... 4 M -
4 4 M
... I M
... 4 It
44 4 4lt4
4M 4 41H4
... 4 41
... 4 41
M 4 44
... 4 44
44 4 M
M I 41
40 4 44
M 4 41
40 I 44
IM 4 41
M 4 41
M 4 10
... 4 M
If I ItO I II
,.,.IU M 18
... IM IM 111
. ,..!! 140 4 II
..,.171 10 I 17 H
... ia iio 4 t
.,.. ao 4 I7i
...114 140 4 Ills
Ml ltd 4 7tt)
til 10 4 I7t
,...H 10 4 It'
... 131 ... 4 I'1
8HEKP There were about Six cars Of
III 10 4 40
ah-n in tha tarda this mornlnE. but only
nart of them were un sale. Burnt fed
wether brought 33.50. arnlch looked about
like a steady price as compared with yes
terday. For the week receiuta are nearly
twice as large aa for laat week and tlier
Is also a good gain as compared with the
him week of last year. A Urge share of
the offerings Is now made up of fed stuff
and. of our as, w.'atern rungars will be
more scarce from this time on. In th fu.
tur Quotations in time columns will ap
ply to corn-fed stock unless otherwise
The first of thle week orlcea advanced
considerably under the Influent of a good
demand, but toward the 4-Iosj packera t olt
off all they put on and more. tou. Aa com
pared with Monday the market Is fuiiy 26c
lower or aa compared with the cio-e of
last week about l&c lower. This applies to
fed Bluff as well aa to weatrrn araasere,
but aiiort-fcd stutt auitered th luoet of
hare not shown ss much change.
The demand for feeders lias been about
equal to the supply all Ihe week and aa a
result prlrea have ahown very little chinge
on desirable grades. Commrfn stuff, though,
Is a little lower and extremely hard to sell.
Quotations for corn-fed atotti Choice
Western lambs, 3a.0Ot(.26; - fair to good
lambs, 4.6.n6.00; good to choice yearlings,
3-1 7wu4.00; fair to good yearlings, 33 ixjfc3. ,6:
choice wethers, L 3'.(t3 46 , fair to good
wethers 33.2.,(aJ.; fair to good ewes, 12
8 00; choice feeder lambs, 33 6v4 10; fair to
good feeder lambs. 83.36ff3 (to; baby lambs,
2.0c"ffS.00; feeder yearlings, 33.27.1,3.50; feeder
wethers. 83Utl3.86; feeder ewea, 32.01 02.60;
culls. $1 Otjj.w. Representative sales:
13 western ewea 100 8 75
325 western wether ion 3 50
t western lamb 63 4 00
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Heavy Reeelpte of Hog aaa Sheep,
vrltk Light of Cattlo.
CHICAGO, Dec 8. CATTLE Receipts,
604 head; market nominal; good to prime
steers, to 16'a6.76; poor to medium, (3 303
4 75: stockere and feeders. 32.0tKfl4.26; cows,
1.6044OO: heifers, 32.0itjM.76: canners. 316o
2.40; bulla, 88 0054 60; calves, 32.60ti6.76;
Texas fed stetra, 13.0c.73.7b; western steers,
HOGS Receipts,' 83,000 head: estimated
Monday, 60,000; market !0i6o lower; mixed
and butchers. 34.2034 66; good to choice
heavy, 34 4404 .60; rough heavy, 34 Utj4.85;
light, 34.2104 66: bulk of sales. 34.8034.4S.
(sHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 36.000
head: market stesdy; good to choice weth
ers, 33.754.26; fair to choice mixed, 33.00
8 To; western sheep, 13 008 6; nitlve lambs,
34 0m.76; western lambs, t4.OOft6.40.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT, Dec. I. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head: market, unchanged. F.x-
fort and dressed beef steers, 4.4cu6.00; fair
o good, 38 6064.40; western fed steers, 83.60
346: southern cows, tl 8552.00; native cows,
81.76f3.60; native heifers, 32.003.80; bulla,
3216 3 26; calves, 2.76i00. Receipts for
week. 47.400 head.
HOGS Receipts, 4.000 head; market, 103
15o lower; top, 34.45; bulk of sales, 4 60S 4 65;
heavy, 34.5Ku4 65; packers. I4.6c44.66; pigs
and light, 34.40t4.60. Receipts for ths week,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, none;
native lamba, 34 50'uo.25: weatern lambs,
34 4035.00; fed ewes, $2.k3135; stockers ami
feeders, 32.763.35. Receipts for the week,
New York I.Itc Stock Market. .
NEW TORK. Dee. 5. -BEEVES RecelDta.
69 head; no sales reported; dressed beef
steaay; city uressen native mass, djkc per
lb.: Texas beef. 6&i4c.
CALVklS No receipts: the market waa
unchanged, with nbout 250 western calves
unsold: a few Buffalo calves sold at 84.25:
city dressed veals, general sales, 7(gl2o.
ttutxs Receipts, 4,165 head.
SHEF7P AND LAMBS Receipt. 1.6
head; sheep and Iambs rated slow and
weak; sheep sold at 13.0CKJr4.00; lamba at
85.&0&6.87: a little more than a deck at
$G; dressed mutton, 670; dressed lumbe,
Reported exports for today, 1,160 beeves,
560 sheep, 6,400 quarters of beef. '
St. Loole Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 5. CATTLE Receipts.
400 head Including 100 Texans; market,
quiet and steady: native shipping and ex
port steers. 84.0WB5 .40; dressed neef end
butchers steers, 33.501i6.2E; steers under 1,000
pounds, 33.004.76; stockers and feeders.
33. 21 "6 3 50; cows and heifers, 32.25Q4.25: fancv
corn red neirers, 4bo; canners, i.(Di.io:
bulls. 32.29'S4.00; calves, 2.Mif)i.76; Texas anil
Indian steers. .ist4 z.i. tne top tor lea,
cows and heifers, 32O(ii3.O0.
HOGS Receipts, 8.noo head; 100 lower;
pigs and lights. 34.2r.446; packers. 34.2Ci9
4.40: butchers and best heavy, 34.30g4(i0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600 head;
steady ; native muttons, 83 10i5.75; lambs.
34.oxxb5.50; cons ana ducks, u.wa.w, siocjc
Sloax City Live Stoflk Market.
mOTTX CITT. la.. Dec. B. (Special Tle-
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 800; steady;
beeves, 3.7TVJf3 00; cows, bulls and mixed,
tl.6Wi3.0O; stockers and feeders, 32.6043.30;
calves and yearlings, t2.2Stn.25.
HUGH-Receipts, 6,suo; tuny so lower, gell
ing at tl.2Cil4.40; bulk, t4.80i34.32.
' St. Joseph Live ftoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Deo. 6. CATTLB
Receipts, 649 hesd. The market was ateady.
HUOS-Receipts, lu.B.a neaa. trices were
mostly 10c lower- light, 34.50S4.60; medium
and heavy. 84.46(94.60.
sheep-Receipts. t40 neaa. prices were
Stock 3d Sight. -
Following are tha recelpta of' live stock
at th s4x principal western cities yester
day! cattle, hosts, oneep.
V) 6.918 1.204
St. Ioula ....
St. Joseph ..
Sioux City ..
.2.141 61.393 17,404
NE". f TORK, Dee. . SUGAR Raw,
nominal? fair refining. " 11-10; centrirugai,
M test. 31 1-1 (tot molasses surer. 9 1S-1Hc:
refined, quiet: No. 6, "45c; No. 7. 4.0V: No.
8, 3.95c; No. 9, 9900; NO. 10. 3.860) 140. 11,
all. Good lambs have been scare
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OFFICES, 14 1 IS EROWM PHUCE B3IFL CEIVEI, COLO.
3 80c; No. 13, 3.75c; Nt. 13, ITtV) N. 14.
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4Mo; granulated. 4.4f-c; cubee, 4.7vc.
Molasties steady. New Orleans open ket
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NEW ORLEANS, Deo. 5 -SUGAR Firm ;
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3o; centrifugal whites, 8 1-Milct fel
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MOLA USES Steady. Open kettle, 30621c;
Evaporated Apples aa4 Drlei rralta.
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conditions aa recently reported) oemmon
are quoted at 4a-tc; prime, 64jfto; choice,
3-y4c; fancy, S'ffiO. ,
CALIFORNIA DRIED rRUITaWPtunes
are In light supply, but demand continues
light and th ton no more than teady at
prlcee ranging from 30 to o for all
rrades. Apricots are moving slowly at
o for choice, Stfl0( for extra cholo4
and lltfiro for fancy. Peachea are quiet,
choice are quoted at 7'4lff7oj extra choice,
78c; fancy, I:l0o.
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