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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 1005.
VO TOL? wsnt to buy, sell, rent or ex
change your property or business, borrow
Money quirk." See Compton-W atts Co,
ie Paxton block. Y 111
WHEN you want to bur. tell or exchange
your property or business 'I'.iick see J- li.
Johnson. 44 N. T. Ufa. 'Phone L 370.
ATTORNEYS. everywhere. If yo: have an
account, not or cUirn of any kind &glnt
$ereon, Arm or corporation can settle
It tor you THE NKVV BNOV-( JILRCH
CO., mala floor K. Y. Life. 'Phone li-'.
ABBOTT-COWAN CO., lit Nat. Bk. bldg.,
can gat you In or out of busine.-s. Tlai
SHOLES-ARMSTRONQ CO., 722 N. Y. Life.
TaL 44. Y-6J4
A GOOD hotel, well furnished, doing good
business, in central Nebraska, (or aala.
or win exchange for good farm or ranch
lands. WUiia Cadwuil. broken Bow, Neb.
FOR SALE OR RENT Maloney Theater
building, 15fl6-lVr-15'9 Capitol avenue; x
lf feet ground floor oac. Apply to
lianry RohlfT, 2669 l.xavenworth St.
FOR BALE, a well enuippeq newspaper
plant, with good circulation and Job busi
ness. In a firet-c.aas country town in
northeast Nebraska; also a law library
and practice. Will sHI both or newspaper
only. Uood opportunity for a practical
newspaper man, a lawyer, or both Ad
dress B 65. bee. Y MITTS 28
FOR BALE, a clean stork of general mer
chandise lesa than three years old In a
good northeast Nebraska, town: nice
stock. good lorstlon and a fine trade. This
will bear inspection. Addreaa S 66. Re.
FOR BALE or rent, a two-story brick
store building, 32x100 feet located on the
beat business corner In Laurel. Neb ; just
vacated. Address Whlta A Cook. owna.
Lyons. Neb. Y Mr? A
FOR HALE, clean, up-to-date stock of dry
goods and millinery, one of best towns In
state; best location In town; or stock can
be moved; retiring from mercantile busi
ness. Address 8. M. Morgan, Friend, Neb.
OROCERT and meat market In Council
Bluffs for sale; first-class corner loca
tion; stock new; reason for seling, other
business. Addrtsi T 10, Bee.
ATTORNEYS EVER Y WHERE Accounts,
notes or claims settled, against person,
Prm or corporation. The New Church
Co., main floor N. Y. Life, Omnha. Tel.
FOR SALE sawmill outfit In Arkansas;
will cell all or an Interest In the business.
This la a good proposition. AH hard
NICHOLS LUMBER COMPANY,
- Park Place, Lee County. Ark.
T M224 29x
HAVE W.000 stock for sale In $:0.000 South
Omaha corporation; will pay 12 to 16 per
cent dividend annually. C. R. Olover A
Bon. 1st Floor N. Y. Life. Y M268 29
WB WILL BELL our well established
feneral merchandise bualneas; stock
18.000 or down to 112.000, aa wanted,
test trade and stock In vicinity; Sales
$35.VW annually; good profits; HO.Oon
cash will handle It. or half cash and half
clear Imnroved farm. This la an un
usual chance to get right Into a safe,
"faying business. Come and Investigate.
B. E. Hart 4k Co., Dorcheater. Neb.
WANTED, welt educated young man of
good address to Invest $5,000 In an old.
well established business In the city; good
position In the house or aa traveling sales
man for the right party. Addreaa T 2i,
Bee. Y M2R9 I
A DOCTOR will relinquish a good location
for practice In southeastern Nebraska.
Investigate at once. Address T 22. cars
Fee. Y-M252 29x
REOISTERED druggist and physician
would like to take charge of drug store
where he could practice, or might buy
small stock. Box 28, Exeter, Neh.
t Y-M306 30x
A WEEKLY INCOME
from your funds exceeding thnt returned
by any other form of Investment can be
realised without the risk of your capital.
Write to us and we will show you how
you can prove this for yourself by re
ferring to the official records published In
tho dally papers. Wm. M. Emerson A Co.,
214 Braly Bldg., Los Angeles. Cat.
$2,600 8TOCK of Jewelry and fixtures for
sale cheap for cash. H. A. Gross. Bvra
V cuae. Neb. Y 418 29x
FRIEND-ZIED FINANCE, a catchy comle
post card showing a true picture of Mr.
Lawson's opinion of the '"System." with
three other up-to-date comics, for 10c. U.
Importers, 1140 Broadway, New York.
8. Souvenir Post Card Co., Publlahers and
Agent wanted. Y 315 28x
WANTED Mining and Industrial stocks.
Will pay cash. Catlin A Powell Co.. 17
Broad St., New York. Y 311 29x
LAWN TENNIS RACKETS P. F. Turner!
48th Bt. and Packers Ave., Chicago, man
ufacturer of the world renowned Crescent
Tennis rackets and strings. Bend for
catalogue. Y-309 29x
MC8T HAVE MONEY 100.000 shares (10c
each) Ohio-Kansas oil stork, lc per share.
Company owns leases on 2,2u acres best
oil and gas land, Chanute field. Valued
$150,0m; 6 good oilers-pumping plant. Of
ficers and stockholders most representa
tive men In Held, hanker, merchants, re
tired. Stock worth 6c par within a year.
Dividends soon. Investment safe as gov
ernment bonds. Description gu.ir.mte.fi
10 now means Kn in n year. Write for
particulars or send draft or M. O. for
small block today. C. J. Burke, lola.
Kansas. Y AS 29x
ITiR one dollar I wiil tell you how I started
without cardial and established a business
ef fifty thousand dollars in three years.
Thos. li. Craln. Waveriy, 111.
Y ill t
INVEST YOL'R MONEY WITH VS.
UL1DE TO 81 CC'tSS ' tela how to take
advantage of present tluctuaUons In grain
and stock market. 8nt free with maraet
letier. The l. gan-Hoach Co. tine ). Z.f
Commerce building, Chicago. Y 411 29x
111 BINES CHANCE It pays to raise mush
rooms. Enormous demand. Easy to grow
In cellar or stable, or you can utilise oid
boxes, shelves and barrels. One woman
paid off a ti.oOO mortgage on what grew
in her cellar. Anyone ean make wnges
equal to those of a skilled mechanic work
ing odd momenta The Initial expense la
Practically nothing. The Chicago Tribune,
lec. lath. 1S04, stated that a motorman
makes $1.50 a year during apare time
growing mushrooms In a basement. Learn
this profitable Industry and add to your
Income. Instructions for making bed, copy
of L". 8. government report and illus
trated booklet sent free to anyone on re
quest. No other Industry offers such great
opportunities for making money. It does
not Interfere In any way with one s daily
employment. Write toaay to the f. a.
Mushroom Co., 2t Odd Fellows' Building,
8U Louis. T-414 2Sx
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located. If you desire
quick sale aend us description and price.
Northwestern Business Agency. D 312
Bank of Commerce Bldg.. Minneapolis,
FOB SALE Meat market. In good Iowa
town, clearing $1.5ou per year; gooa rei
son for selling. Baker A WlUon, Mc
no matter where located. Properties and
business of all kinds sold quickly for cash
In all parts of the United states; don t
wait; write today, describing what you
have to sell and give casn price on same.
A. P. TONE WILSON, JR.,
Real Estate Specialist
41J Y Kanaas Ave., Topeka. Kan.
t.nA A vct llf wired hv
9r "f A um, inv-uiiiv ------
Investing a few dollar a month for a
ti-ia in aii, in CT nd ruhher nl&n-
tatlon In southern Mexico. Enormous
profits and safe as government bonds.
Prospectus and full particulars mailed
free. Address: E. F. Hansell, 664S Lake
St., Chicago, ill. x '
FOR BALE, a finely furnished modern 7
room atem ht ftniirtmenL In best reel1
dence district, or will rent furnished.
Address T , Bee. 1-MtiS
FOR SALE, a well equipped machine shop,
All tools new and uo-to-date. aood loca
tlon for Job work; terms reasonable. John
Wale, Jr., Nebraska city, -eo.
FOR 8ALE. centrally located grocery; nice
clean stock; about xi..w; extra gooa
tures. Cheap for cash.
722 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 49.
The Constant Oil Co. has Just let a contract
that will within alxty daya open to pro
duction five wella on land adjoining the
famous Barker property at cnanuie, .Kan.
Block la still at a very moderate figure.
Now la THE time to Invest. Investigate.
Constant Oil Co., 3vl N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. Y 159 2x
GENL. MDSE. Clean staple stock, about
$13,000, and brick store building. $7,0; In
live BL'TLER COUNTY (NEBRASKA.)
town; fine business. Good farm at value
considered. What have you? J. H. John
son, N. Y. Life. at
HOTELS I have a number of well fur
nlshed modern $2 houses of good capacity,
doing paying business, Iowa and Ne
braska towns; lurnuure ror sine on rea
sonable terms. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
Y 606 29
Fl'RNITt'RE AND UNDERTAKING
Complete stock In live Saline Co. (Ne
braska) town, valued $4,000; doea paying
business; a good suitable Improved rarm,
with limited Incumbrance considered. J.
H. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y-S04 29
CAPITALISTS-Notlce. Ks.000 ndditlonal
capital wanted by a well known Omaha
nrm mat now naa .'aj rata up capital.
. Have big business now. out with addi
tional capital can be trebled. This busi
ness will absolutely net you from 25 to
75 per cent annually. Do not answer
unless you have the money and mean
business. Have no time for people who
are merely curious to find out who we
are. Address t 44, Bee. xsii a
OUR LIST FOR TODAY
Rooming houses, restaurants, hotels, sa
loons, groceries, bakeries, drugs, harness,
blacksmiths, hardwares, pool rooms, laun
dries, tin shops, millineries, brick yards,
confectioneries, liveries. In fact every
thing in business chances for sale or ex
change. Better see us before you make
COMPTON WATTS CO.,
53S Paxton Blk.
$(.5oo cash will buy one of the best livery
and boarding stables In Omaha; this Is
J.u00 less than it Is worth. Reason for
selling, bad health.
536 Paxton Blk.
FOR SALE, a first-class millinery biiNlnems
well establUhed In town of &,4. Want to
retire. Liberal reduction If sold at once.
Address T a. Bee. Y M33 30x
INVEST In a wonderful money-mnking 1m.
provement grouud floor opportunities lor
urT lu "upucaie llrll telephone.
UcstliiKhoiiMC, etc., Hiireem. Partkula
free, rrederi.k Kunnecko, Room V.lil. I
ulton St., Scr York. Y 31J .x
Fp It SALE, book, stationery and fair store
In thriving Illinois town. oo,l paving
business. Good reason for selling. Llu
enU discount for cash. Bchaefer. Henry.
CTRla?1ATIO,N Products are
handled by leading wholesale) nnd retail
dealers wants competent man to tnk
management of branch ottW: salarv
I-.000 per annum and commission. En
ergetic man should earn KOno per annum.
-Must Invest from $1.0..) u In stoek
Si .C.?DAPfl.!1.y' l',nnuestlonable reforeiu es
as to ability and Integrity required. Ad
dress Box iJfi, Madtaon, Wisconsin
Y 8 29x
'".i A.Lrr. f;" "tcmint of death, an old
E.H:M!""hedi 1""""''4 "otlons nnd
furnishing goods busmees In a western
olty. the oetiter of a proierous stale. Ad
drss B 4S, Bee. Y' 378 J
DO TOIT want to go Into buslneK v
woman s business for women. We se'li
our corsets In shops established by our
selves Write us for particulars. Svlph
Form Corset Co., Detroit. Mich. Yl
'ir..10'01; "vestment In good en.
terprlses without services. T. F Cam.
erou. Bentloel Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis
. V-347 29x
DOIJARS for yoii. A 1-glti.nate money
cmklntt scheme that will muka you rich
run nd full particular by mall on ri
trt'Pi fruX & Co.. (il i nity
t.dg.. Ci.lcago, Y'-4tJ Ox
THE REST OPPORTl-NITY IN EX
ISTENCE for the investment of small
and larsn sums of idle money where it
will produce a large and steady monthly
revenue without ru,k of I.m; prin.lpal
back on demand. For full particulars ad
tT?A V -Unier, ilJ Walnut St..
Philadelphia, Pa. Y 3s 2Sx
, EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT - Truat
company, making lajge prefits. Is in-ere-lng
capital; InvesUgatlon In
Vited; other securities for sale; brokers
wanted. Pacific Couat Trust Company,
Ban Francisco, Cai Y 392 ix
' AN INCOME FOR THE FAMILY.
Wvldends that will please you. Address
International Lumber A Development Co.
(Atsets thirteen million dollar i. Odd Fel
lows Bldg.. St- Louis. Mix T ) 2x
ACTIVITY In whest offers splendid oppor
tunities for large pronia: kw.w margin
1 bu. I cents; send for book. Facts and
Figures, explaining option trading. Oe
born Grain Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
TOU ean never profit by business chances
unless you have some money; small sav
ings are the foundation et large fortunes;
start a savings accounts with J. L.
hrandels A bona. Banker. IMh aa4
4ewXeM "ta. i.sswlg liO4.auv.gS4
FOR SALE, furniture and lease of 24-room
hoarding house, very centerly located;
business eatablished several years; house
Is full of good paying people; furniture
and carpota In fine condition; house mod
ern, and very reasonable rent. This will
stand a closo Investigation by any one who
wants a business of this kind. Present
owner wants to retire. Will sell reason
able for cash only. Address T 47. Bee.
Y-551 31 x
FOR SALE Sood will, furniture and fix
tures one 0 the oldest and btst es
tablished businesses In the city. From
$.! to $4.i reulre.l. Has paid as
hiBh as $lo.0no per year profits. Invite
InvestUation. No experience required.
Good rtttsons for selling. Address T 3
Hce Y M498
WANTED TO BUY
6HONFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN, 822 N.
Y. Life pays highest pries for books.
Tel. S03. N-6.10
I WANT to buy a 10 to 14-room rooming
houoe between Chicago and Leavenworth
streets, east of 22d street. C. R. . Glover
& Son, 1st Floor N. Y. Life.
CASH for 2 hand men's clothing and
shoes, 31 N. lSth St. N M271 3x
BQl'ARB PIANO In good condition. KH
Farnam. .N M2S0
GOOD second-hand loller-top deck. Ad
dress T 2S. Beo. N 291 29
WILL pay $1.0fO ensh for house and lot
not loss than S rooms, must be a bargain;
'no agents. T 46. care Bee.
N 629 2x
10 TO ll-ROOM furnished rooming house,
close in; 110 ageiue. Address T 43. Bee.
N 523. H
WANTED To buy 50'Vn) sicond-hand brick
delivered at 3Mh and Furnum. Address
T 41. Bee. N-U 29
WANTED. TO BUY
10 TO ) ACRES
Want to buy from ten to slxtv acres rloe
in. Address, with full particu'ars. T So,
lice. N 329 20x
WANTED to buy. a second-hand pony rig
either one or two-seuted. Address R-v!
Brethouwer. Elgin, Neb. X M33g kix
WANTED Second hand 14 to 25 lf.-P. gas
oline enslie; also high speed Singer
power sewing machines, belting, etc. Ad
dress T-fci. Bee office. X 648 2x
Ws hare customers for 20 or 40 acres within
the 4-mlle limit. N. r. Dodge & Co lni4
Farnam. N 44 :
PRINTING HIGH-GRADE WORK.
uiir'cTint'r"l"" Block, Corner o
LYNUSTAU 16ih St. and Capitol Ava
KRAMER CHANDLER. QUICK
PHlNTfcRS. 1106-0. Douglas BL To de
liver wotk when promlaed is our hobby.
J. it. SIRPLE8S. reliable printer; estae
Hatted U fears- M IV UU g, Oseeh-.
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES
Maseale Tesssjl. jm .
OMAHA CHAPTER. NO. 1. R. A. M
hpecial meeting Tuesday evening. Jan
uary 31, for work in Royal Arch degree.
A. Hugh Hippie, Secretary.
CAPITOL LODGE NO. . A. F. A. M
Special meetlrg Monday evening January
3. for work In Master Mason degree. Visi
1 R. V. Cole, Master.
John Bamford. Secretary.
VESTA CHAPTER. No. S, O. E 8 -Special
meeting Saturday evening. February 4.
at 7:30. Visitors welcome. Winifred Wal
KSIGHT OF PYTHIAS
NEBRASKA. NO. 1. K. Of P -Rejrular
meerlng Monday evening. 7:$o, Myrtle
hall. 1 ljth and Douglas streets. Visitors
A. B. Anderson. C. C.
Roy A. Dodge. K. R. and 8.
TRIANGLE LODGE. NO. 64 Meets every
1 nursnay evening. Castle hall, 22d and
Cuming. Visitors always welcome,
D. B. Stlne, C. C.
J. R. Stlne, K. R. and 8.
TRIUNE LODGE, NO. 66, K. OF F.
Meets every Tuesday night, southwest
corner Fourteenth and Dodge. Visitors
A. H. Rawltser, C. C.
J. C. Brewlngton, K. of R. A Si.
ROYAL A RCA
UNION PACIFIC COUNCIL, No. 1069 -Meets
second and fourth Mondavi esch
month st Arcanum hall, northwest corner
Sixteenth and Harney. Visitors welcome.
Alex Reed, Regent.
Harry B. Morrill, Secretary.
PIONEER COUNCIL, No. 118-Meets In
regular session second and fourth Tues
days In each month In Continental block.
Fifteenth and Douglas. Visitors Invited.
Q. C. Thompson. Secretary.
MONEY TO LOANCHATTELS
WE LOAN ON
It iou Kver
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
lift Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 229S.
(Established UK) 80 & 16th Bt
LOANb made on all kinds of chattel se
curities, also on 8ALARIE8.
Low Ratea. Easy Terms.
Quick snd Confidential Service,
Call rn us If In need of MONhf.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
(M Paxton Block.
The . J. A. Hutton Co.
U4-la -aJUoa Block.
MONEY LOAi'IED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments, laigest business in 49 principal
cities. Toliuan, Room ii N. Y. Life.
l.-.-aas mm 1 rias.ii:
now, room 4. at ax a. ism uu Tel. B-mi
loaned en furniture, salary.
hir usual rates. Dr. Pre b be.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture, jew
elrv. horses. Luff Green Loan Co., I
Barker block. X tit
MONEY loaned on pianos, furnlturs, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C F. Reed. 319 3. 12.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO.. 44 PAXTON BLOCK.
SEE FULLER, 426 Paxton block, for loans
on watches, diamonds and jewelry.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam St. X 617
SALARY and chattel loans.
ZU Bee Bldg.
BOWEN'S MONEY, eaay to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows, Jewelry. Plain
note if steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
A PRIVATE PARTY WILL MAKE
loans on furniture, pianos or other se
curity at very liberal rates; you have the
privilege of paying back in small In
stallments. Address T 14, Bee.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
We have vacant a particularly desirable
small office, which rents for $lu.ou per
month. Price includes heat, light, water
and Jalnior service. It U located on the
fourth floor of The Bee Building and
is Just the thing for any one wanting
a. nice little office In (lie best office build
ing in town. H. C. Petera & Co., Rental
Agents, Ground Floor Bee Building.
3-STORY and basement brick building, 1003
Farnam, T-xY)0. hydraulic, elevator, suit
able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314
First NVt'l Bank building. I 06
FOR RENT, at 91 Farnam St., over 6.000
square feet of floor space; can be used
for storage or light manufacturing; will
rent all or part at a reasonable figure.
IF you apply at once we can give any
one desiring a large offiVe space, almost
any urrangement thev desire. This space
is on the sixth floor of The Bee Building,
with north light. R. C. Peters & Co.,
Rental Agent, Ground Floor Bee Building.
FOR RENT One-half store, with show
window; one of the best locations in the
city; iiiith.lnn or siationor preferred. AiV
FOR RENT or sale, Maloney theater build
ing. 16o9-ll-13 Capitol ave. ; very large
floor spaee-. ground floor. Inquire of Henry
Kohl ft, 2ilh and Leavenworth sts.
U. S. NATIONAL BANK
Wre have 3 nice rooms upstairs for rent on
Farnam St. We also have 2 large ground
. , r , .... II . . . . ,
ii'.t.i .-iiti.e. jieoi imj ja1111.fl eir Ra
furnished. Strictly modern and up-to-date.
Come and see tia
Chas. E. Williamson Co.,
Ground Floor V. B. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
$J R. 15TH ST., 2d floor. Only $J6.00 per
month. It. C. Peters & Co., Bee bldg.
FOR WOMEN ONLY DR. RAYMOND'S
Monthly Keguiator has brought happiness
to hundred of anxioua women. No pain,
no uanger, no inieiference with work;
relief in 1 to i days. We have never
known of a single failure. Price $.', by
mall. DR. R. G. RAYMOND REMEDY
CO., R. ST, M Adams St., Chicago.
LADIES $oo0 reward if our remedy fails
to relieve aeiayea mommy periods: 110
matter how lorg suppressed: safe relief.
$1 Women's Private Institute, I, 1&5
Dearborn St., Chicago. 3N&-29X
LADIES In trouble guaranteed safe an J
sure reuei; no exposure; particulars lc.
8. in Medical Co., 310 Hennepin Ave Mm-neapol-s.
Minn. 364 2lx
DR. W. rlUTCHlNSON. Specialist r
women snd children; u years practice
Ofhos. 1 Cun.lng.
3i; otnee, os.
LADIES Chichester s English Pennyroyal
pins are ti.e peat; aare, reliable: take na
01 her. Send 4c stamps for particulars.
"Belief for Ladies." tn letter by return
tnall. Ark your druggist. Chlcheater
Chemical Co. Philadelphia,
LADIES When In need, send for free trial
of our never-railing remedy; re li quick
and safe, Paris CbemKel Co., Milwaukee,
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Seduction In Argentina and Australian
FOREIGN WHEAT NEEDED IN MAY DELIVERY
Cora aad Oat Shipments Larger Than
First of Last Year Heavy
laspeetloa of Oats from
OMAHA. Jan. IS. 190.
A bullish factor in me wneat situation
is the announcement by Bioomhai! of a
lower -estimate of toe Argentina and Aus
tralian wheat surpius for tpn. in view
of me faet that In I hicago and other mar
kets a great deal more wneat nas been sold
tor May delivery than seems availaoie, It
may be necessary to import Argentina or
Australian wheat to keep Hie May situation
trom running away witn lmeit. Bioomhali
cables he is Inclined to deciease ms for
mer estimate on the South American ex
portable surpius from iv.im,0vu to li.iwo.wo
bushels, leaving the amount either !u.j,'Jj
or M.uOO.OW bushels. He reduces former
Australian t.gures by 6,"o,a U about
l&.inv.uA) bushels. The belter informed
English houses figure an exportable de
crease for Argentina of W per cent from
last years surpius. During 1904 the Ar
gentina shipments were i3,0w bushels.
It Is noticeable that the Chicago receipts
are lu0,v bushels daily, but tne Inspec
tions only about twelve cars each day. I he
difference is said to be due to Oregon
wheat shipped In to private houses or
going to millers. The northwestern cars
that is. at Chicago, Minneapolis and Du
luth are within two cars of these for last
year. Today It Is 21, last week 441 and
last year 23. The Minneapolis stocks are
now 14.000,361 bushels, being an Increase for
the week of 275 ul bushels. The primary
receipts are 433.0oo bushels against M(.tl
last year. The shipments are 344.WU bushels
against 183,0v0 last year.
The cash demand continues poor again,
but Chicago reports sale of 30,'"J0 bushels.
Minneapolis elevators sold In the last two
days l.oOO.vm bushels to millers, Plllsbury
taking 6no,uOO bushels, mostly low grades.
Kansas City reported sale to Minneapolis
millers of l&O.OuO bushels.
While the cash market In corn and oat
has been dull since January 1, the ship
ments have been larger than last year, es-
Fecially oats, which have been moved out
reely by the cereal Interests. On this grsde
1.416.000 bushels have been loaded out of
store since the first of the month snd of
other grades only 4S.0O0 bushels. Standard
oats to the amount of 700,0u0 bu. have been
moved out of private houses and 350.000 of
other grades. The standard has practically
all been delivered on January contracts.
Last year 26.ono bushels were withdrawn
from store during the same period and 352.
OoO bushels standard and 554. OOo other grades
were Inspected out of private houses. The
receipts of oats have been 3 035.000 bushels,
against 1,000,000 bushels for the same period
last year. The primary receipts of corn to
day are 47S.O0O bushels, against 394.000 bush
els last year, and the shipments are 207,(XO
bushels, against 601,000 bushels.
Omaha Cash Sales.
CORN-No. $. 1 car, 8c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT-No. 3 hard, ll.wKffl.08; No. I
hard, $1.02'6 1.064; No. 4 hard, 90cfc$1.00;
No. 3 spring, $1.07.
CORN No. 2. 40V: No. 3, 40ic; Ne. 4.
3SV,c; no grade, 33i3Sc; No. 2 yeilow, 4oV4c;
No. 3 yellow, 40Uc; No. 2 white, 4oi.c; No. 3
white, 40V, a . , ,
OATS .so. 3 mixed. 29c; No. 3 mixed,
2Wc; No. 4 mixed, 274c No. 2 white. fc'Hc;
No. 3 white, 29c; No. 4 white, 2Hc; stand
' Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 1 248 4
Kansas City 3S 31 8
St. Louis 35 27 68
Omaha 5 M 11
Kansns City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 28. WHEAT Un
changed to higher; May, $1.05V&1.05; July,
89Lc; cash. No. 2 hard. $1.0.1.09; No. 3,
$1.1543 1-07; No. 4, 9&C!jj$1.04; No. 2 red, $1.12rf
1.14; No. 3, $1.06411.11; No. 4. $1.0091.07.
CORN Steady; May, 42Vb4.'V; J"''.
42Sc; cash, No. 3 mixed. 4J Vu4JVc; No.
434c; No. 3 white, 45c; No. 3. 44c.
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, 42c; No. I
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $9.6OS10.00;
choice prairie, $7.257.75.
RYE Steady, 77c.
EGOS Steady; Missouri and Kansas
stock, l.ew No. 2 wnltewood cases Included,
27Hc; case count, 26Vtc; cases Returned, Ho
BUTTER Creamery, 2327c; dairy, 19c.
Wheat bu 3.i,4oi 49.0TO
Corn, bu 4O.U1O 20.X)
Oats, bu 4,000 11,000
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 28. BUTTER
Firm and in good demand; extra western
creamery, 30c; extra nearby prints, 31c
EQG8 Dull and weak; nearby fresh. 28
629c at mark, western, fresh. 28Vk'tt29c at
CHEESE Steady; New York full creams,
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PIANO for horse. Perficld, pianos. 1411 Far.
Z ltO. Fi
EXCHANGE New upriuht piano for horse.
J. S. Cameron, k N. K'th st.
Z M216 29
fsnrv. Inline: New Tor fufl creams,
rholre. 12r; New York full creams, fair to
tmcA;n c.ri on provisions
Featarea of the Trading aa leslne
Prlres ns Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Jan. 28. Anticipation of re
duced exports from Australia and Argen
tina was Inrgelv the c.use of a firm finish
today in the wheat market. At the el.e
May wheat was up ie. Corn l off '':
oats are c down and provisions 2Hc to lie
Reflecting the conditions at Liverpool the
whtat market here was easy at the open
ing. May started H6tc off at $1 lf.v1l
1 lieVc. The decline abroad was said to
be due to Increased shipments from Aus
tralls. At the start there was considerable
shattered selling, commission houses and
pit traders being prominent on that side
of the market. The slight decline, how
ever, brought out a fair demand from
shorts. In consequence there was soon
a firmer undertone, Msy advancing to
$1.1. Receipts In. the northwest today
were quite small ifnd news of the cah
situation at Minneapolis was rather bull
ish. A revised estimate made by an Eng
lish crop expert regarding the xportble
surplus of wheat from Argentina and
Australia materially reduced former fls-
ures. This gave some anxiety to shorts
and resulted in additional covering. Trad
ing, howevfr. was comparatively light
throughout the entire session. The market
closed firm with May at $1 15'V Clear
ances of wheat snd flour were equal to
54.300 bu. Primary receipts were 43.000
bu.. compared with 536.1Y bu. a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of JS1 cars, against 441 cars last
week and 23 cars a year ago.
Selling by cash houses and scalpers
caused a rather weak corn market. The
selling was due Isrgrly to lower cables
and Increased acceptances In the country.
Mav opened unchanged to Ho lower at
4SU445Vc. sold off to 44MTHSC, closed at
45c. Local receipts were 248 cars, non
of contract grade.
Larger receipts than expected were
partly responsible for a slight decline In
the price of oats. The market was also
affected by the weakness of corn. Trad
ing was very quiet. Msy opened a shade
to V? lower at 3ie31eo, sold between anke
and 3mo and closed at 3oc. Local re
ceipts were 74 cars.
A decline of 10c In hog prices started
moderate profit taking In provisions and
resulted In lower prices throughout the
list. At the close May pork wss off 12H9
ISc at $12 824. Lard was down 7Hc at
K95. Ribs were off 24tc at 34.S2H-
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
33 cars; corn, 345 can; oats, 120 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged ss follows:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BANDS
Northern Securities Makes a New High
leoord 00 the Cirb.
fr mr rmll-e; to.'sv
gnli! a. id -.47.7to ,l 1 .
,r $1 MI 028
OTHER TRANSCONIINtNTALS GO UP
lalea Paelfle and the orlhm estrra
Urooo Aavaare Several Points
Close of Market Sllhtl
I NEW YORK, Jan. :S The sudden out
break or pyrotechnics in a group of storks
which Is sensitive to development in the
northern Securities case wss the feature
of the stck niarxrt and this occurrtd late
in the Isst hour of the work. Union Paci:lc
was the central figure and broke through
the restraint which has hed It below $1 -D
snd was rushed up to fl.21V The transac
tions on the rise were In enormous volume.
St. Paul responded vigorously and sensa
tional advances were made by great North-
; em preferred and the Chicago A North
western group. Northern Secrltles In the
curb market was rushed up several points
above its previous highest price to the
neighborhood of $1.66. There were very
large transactions in Erie throughout the
session, but that stock encouraged very
heavy profit taking. It has been the pro
fessed expectation for several days past
that the decision of the supreme court In
the Northern Securities esse would be
handed down at Washington on Monday,
Beyond this ttere was nothing to explain
the excitement regarding these storks.
The tone of the general market showed
strength but by no means in the same de
gree a In this special group. The greater
activity which developed after the appear
ance of the bank statement was probably
r.ot due to Its showing, although ths gain
In cash reserves was much larger than
was promised and the loan expansion hard y
as great as was expected. With gold
going out In a stream because there was
no adequate use to be found for it at this
center, any accumulation of banking re
serves here bad little Importance. The
strength and activity of a large number
of obscure industrials wss still a feature
today. Outside of buoyancy In the tran
sactional group the, market closed slightly
Total esles of bonds par value, $6,440,000.
Quotations on tne New York titoca ex
change ranged aa follows:
Bales mgn. low iobc
Urk vtoae Mar'iet.
M W ii;K J. m. - M N - 'n ral
1. mult. 1!. . .. I.vurs. 1 1mr tonus tnd ;
!XI u.is 1 ,-r "M. Iill.ety 14.
I 1 e fill, vin.iilm z per rent
I'M VK MMit .l.N 1 II.!-;
f 1 1 , nl
s 1 i j.1.1 n ; ; 1 v v : k r'.rm iii sc-
' t'l it h i-. l ev. I., imnkTi t,ili at tt 7Vn-
I ir.w f or demand, i.r.l i t 4.-M IT
e'xtv-.!.- h: p.tl rues. $ fe-fM ,;
I rmi'lll. T, III till-. ilMfjlA'1.
I S. I. V Kit l'.ar. bl'ic. Mtxitan dollars.
i Hi 1XP8 Government, steady;
iosIiik quotation" on tonds were:
f s r-f U. rf .. lMv.Trn . "
coupon I"- I- N
i(v xiiniiiH r. e m
'ti Mx. renlrsl ..
io 1st Inc
UlS.Mlnn. A St. L 4a
. a m t. m
l(v,i So ta
K. It M
T. r. s tHt
N J C M
. M ,N P.-Hi- 4s
.Ht N. W t 4 . .
. o s L rf4i 4
.11SH Pens cesv. Ii..
. 1 iRr',nS Cs M "
.? Si U I M. e. k llt,
,l St U S r II 4SI4
. . 3 I St. 1 s w . n-
..tfti't ShnH . L. U
.. i:s So. I'srillf l H
7 ,so. asnwar m is
Articles ! Open. J Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes'y.
1 15M.S 1 1 1 15H
12 12 65 12 80
12 i:! 13 12 95
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOCK Steady; winter paten's,
5.20: winter straights. $4.806.no: spring pat
ents, $5.wrn6.60; spring straights, $4.5OS4.90;
VVHEaT-.no. 2 spring. $1.121.18; No. S
spring. $1.0uai.l5; No. 2 red. $1.17VJ,M9-
CORN No. 2, 43c; No. 2 yellow. 43c.
OATS No. 2. "c; No. 2 white, 31o;
No. 3 white. 3t;g31c.
RYE No. 2, 75c
BARLEY Good feeding, 27cj fair to
choice malting, 43'34'ic.
SEED No. I flax. $1.16; No. 1 northwest
ern, 1.23; prime ilm Hliy, $2.eo'd2.WH; Clover
contract grade, $12.50.
PROVlolONS Mess pork, per bbl., $116'?9
12.70. Lord, per In) lbs., $ii.77. Short ribs
sides (loose). $S.Svfj.7u. Short clear sides
Folloalng Mere the receipts and ship
ments of Hour and grain:
Atlantic Coaet Line.
central ut .V J
Ches. 4k Ohio-
Chicago 4k A
t.M a. '" '
l.oOO UK lul l'."i
10 1U 123
l.M lwt lol 1
!.'7!406 136 123 133
ISO lt -4
Chicago Gt. Western 7j0
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, 1932!;
daJrle. 1SH-'u24c. Eggs, steady; at mark,
cases Included, 21fl'.ic: firsts, 26c; extras,
3oo. Cheese, steady, llgl-'c.
8t. Loots Grata and Provisions.
BT. LOUIS. Jan. 28. WHEAT Higher; No,
2 red cash, elevator, $l.u-, track, ii.iiVa;
May, $L14; July, 96c; No. 2 hard,
CORN Weaker; No. 2 cash. 43c; track,
44Vi'(46c; May. 43c; July, 43c.
OATS Weak; No. 2 iali. 31c; track. 32c.
FLOUR Steady ; red winter patents, $5.40
5.50; special brands. $5.fi04i5.70; extra
fancy, $4.4fS6.10; clear, $4.4064.ii0.
SEED Timothy, nominal; $2.mQ2.40.
EKAN Dull; sacked, east track, soc
HAY Steady; timothy, xs.0uaiz.00;
IRON COTTON TIES 93c.
HEMP TWIfE 8c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower;' jobbing
standard, $11.82. Lard, lower; prime
steam, $6.35. Dry salted meats, steady;
boxed extra shorts, $ii.H2,,ii; clear ribs,
$6.87; short clears, $i.0. Bacon, steady;
boxed extra shorts, $7.50; clear ribs, $7.8J;
short clear. $7.87.
POULTRY slow; chickens and springs,
9W. turkeys, 13Vic; dui'ks. llc; geese, So.
BT.'TTER Julet; creamery, 24g3ic; dairy,
EGGS Higher at 26c. case count.
Flour, bbls .0i0
Wheat, bu 33.000 63, 000
Corn, bu 2S.(wO 26.0f)
Oats, bu 58,') 3I.0C0
C. & N. W
C, M. A BL P
Chicago T. et T....
C, C C. A Bt. L.
Colo. St Southern..
do 1st pfd
do 3d pfd
Del. 4k Hudson
Del., I & W.
D. & R. G
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
K. C. Southern
U A N
Met. Bt. Ry
Minn. A St. L
M.. Bt. P. S. Bt M.
M , K. T
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd
in. x . central
N. Y., Ont, A W....
Norfolk 4k W
p., c, c st. u.
do let pfd
do 3d pia
Rock Island Co 13,200
do pfd 400
St. L. & 8. F. 2d pfd 2"0
Bt. L. 8. W 3o
do pfd 1.100
80. Pacific 1.50
Texas 4k Pacific
Tol., St. U. 4k W
6,800 106 105 lKi-t
TOO 32 S2 3
68 66 66
41 43 42
146 144 146 k
46 444, 44
79 7 79H
1X7 136 137
0U V II II
Milwaukee tiraln Market.
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 2S. - WHEAT
Ptendv; No. 1 northern, tl.lt'ifl.la; No. 2
northern, $l.flf"B1.13; May, $1.15.
H V E lt" hUher: No. 1, 82c.
BARLEY Steady; No. 2, 51c; sample, 37'i
11 iRN Steadf ; No. 3, 53'o; May. Cc
I HAVE LARGE LIST of selected Improved
la: inn miu nroici i , iaiiui. i v, cai iiitii(,r lur
st K'ks general merchandise and all kinds
of merchandise clothing. shoes. dry
good, hardware, implements; sll kinds
exchanges, trades; write fully what you
havu to offer. Harry R. Woodall. Nor
folk. Neh. Z-415 rx
FARMS FOR RENT
IP ACRES six miles N. W. city. $3 per acre.
60 acres three miles west of city, 4-rojin
nouse, near car line, a per arre.
1 FARNAM ST.
GEORGE A CO.. 1601
FOR DAIRY OR GARDENING.
80 acres 3 miles west of city and four
blocks to street car; house J rooms; will
lease 1 years. JVO0 per acre.
70 acres 1 mile east frviugton; no Improve
83 0 nor acr
2 A CO., 11 FARNAM 8T.
Johnson Institute. 615 N Y. Life bldg. Tel. 1664.
MRS JOHN R. MU8ICK. Osteopathy Phy
sician; office, Neville block. Tel. 23.
DR. FAR WELL, specialty nervous disease.
til? N. T Life. -83
HESS A 8WOBODA. 1418 Fsrnara. -67$
L. HENCER80N. 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1251
ALFRED DONAOHUE. JR., 1807 Farnam.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
JOHN M MACFARLAND, New York Uf
i , a mr. ... . .u 11" Tl lrJt-i
eiM WM4 J. 1 " 9 .
Liverpool drain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. M. WHEAT-Bpot.
stradv; No. 1 California. 7s id. Futures,
steady; March, 7s lVtd; May, 7s d; July,
Ci'iRN Spot, quiet; Amerlcnn mixed, new,
4s Hd; Ameriean mixed, old, 4s 10d. Fu
tures, quiet; March, is l'td; May, 4s 2d.
Ml-- ..nil. Cain Vavlral
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 2S.-WHEAT-Ma y.
$U3: Julv, 11.13V.: No. 1 hard, $1.16'.; No. I
. U ,. , '. VA O nA.lhpn f 1 1 T. '
IIUT lliri ii. i. ..... - ..... . it. , ,., ,j iw4.
FLOI R First patents, xd.siH8.4ii: secruid
patents, $6.1irWti.: tirst clears, $4.0u(M.35;
second clenrx. $2.'io,li2.70.
BRAN Bulk, $13.50.
nulatb. Grain Market.
DULUTH. Jan. Si.-WHRAT-To Arrive:
No. 1 northern. $1.12; No. 2 northern,
fl.o5,. On tr.ick: No. 1 northern. 11.1?;
No. 2 northern, $1."5; May, $1.14; July.
$U1T: Sentemher. 944c.
OATS -To .irrlve and on track, !9c.
PEORIA, Jnn. 28.-CORN-Quoted'teady ;
No. 3. 42c; No. 4, 41r414o; nu grade, 4lc.
LONDON. Jan. 28 Although money was
In good demand In the market today, there
was less nre.fure owing to the release Of
supplies by certain Joint clock banks.
Prices on the stock exchange were firm
aad quiet Knfflrs were influenced by ihe
discovery of the largo diamond near Pre
toria. Consols were maintained. Ameri
cans opened irregular, advanced to well
alwve parity on expectations of a good
New York bank ststeinent and closed quiet.
Foreigners were maintained. Japanese and
Russians were Arm. Imperial Japanese lis
of 1"4 were quoted at loi. Karftis were
PARIS, Jan. 28. The tone on the bourse
todav was firm throughout. Russian Im
perial 4s were quoted at (M and Russian
bonds of 14 at 4'.i.
BERLIN. Jan. 28. The nsitel Saturday
dullness prevailed on the Bourse today,
but prices were maintained.
Clearing; Honso Averages.
NEW YORK. Jan. S The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this rlty for the week shows: Loans
$1 115.613 V. increase $16.831 709; deposits
$1 18S 8:.tt4), Increase $"6,011,400; circulation
ft CiO. decrease M legal tendere $i2,.
9'15io. lncrese $J.3 700: specie $?31 63,K0,
Increase $7.4f 400; reserve $42 4 436 700. In-ere-se
89.79 I'1: reserve required JT9" 467.150.
Increase $6 603 860; surplus $36 799.608. In
crease 83.345.750; ex-T'nlted States deposits
$32.2?1.6Ui. Increase $3.242.40a
WASHINGTON. Jan. Today's state
ment of the treasury belsnce In the general
fund exclusive of redemption shows: Avail,
able cash balance fl36.U,8Je. Oold 8o3..
do Dfd. .
W. & Lake Erie...
U. 8. Kx
Amal. Copper 9.700
Amer. Car A F 1.1
Amer. Cotton OH.... lw
I do pfd
l . r i i. a on
Amci. i-.ui.TOu v.,
Amer. Smelt. A R...
Amer. Sugar Ref
Amer. Tob. Pfd certif
Anaconda M. Co
Brooklyn R. T
Colo. Fuel A I
Inter. Pump 1")
Nnt'l Lead l.fO
No. American 2""
Pacific Mall 4o0
People's Gas I.CO
Pressed Steel Car.... 600
do pfd 3iio
Pullman P. Car
Republic Steel 1.3")
do pfd 2"0
do pfd 4i
Tenn. Ccml 1 5.4'M
I'. 8. Leather 3
do pf.f 8 In2'
U. S. Realty 1,,'
U. 8. Rubber llu
do pfd ... 60J'
U. S. Steel 4io
do pfd 47.WO
Va. Caro. Chemical. St
Westtngh. Kleetrlc. !
Western Union 2u)
121 119 121
3. 4-10 M3 202
l,6i 2i 1
P") ilk 7tV,
loo K7Mi 37
5rt 185 184
2'0 21 21 W
Total sales for the day. 704.200 shares.
Boston fMofc Market
BOSTON. Jan. a Coll loans,
cent; time loans, ;a4 per cent
closing on Stocks and lionds:
Auhtsoa s. 4s iAdvotur
4o 4 IH4 'Allouei
Mn. Teatrsi ... lAnia;(sosi4
Boston A Albany-..
PndoD Blttit4 ...
H Y.. S it. 4b H.
1.1a. Ha I Ay ......
Anr. A'i. Cbm.
Wuolsn . . . .
Pomlnlon I. 4V
IT.i.n Clae. IllU..
nmcrsl Kieetne ...
t Dll4 rrett
t'nittd Sli os llsrk..
V I. Stoel
Westing, eoinmea .
. 7S Amerli-sa Kin
.KM V Atlantlr
.nnn i i. a -Heels..
.144k rentenolal ....
.144 it'r.ppsr kng
. j:ll'iiir wst ....
.iss ir,mtnlon Cosl
. i iGrmncy ....r...
. MH'I'le K"Tile ...
. 4t Mm. Mining .
.14tkMoiit. C. C.
. 21't'oid tiniBinlos .
. M Oertoia
. 1V Parrot
.ts jii nan 1100
. it iTamarack
. ao Trlnllj
. tH f. S. Mlomg .
.lieiait'. S. IMl ,
74 . 11. h
. 4V virion .
. Itj el eViaona
c .... 11-4
New York Mining; Mocks.
NEW TORFt.-Jsn. 28 The following are
. v. .. 1.-1 r. finnlaltnnl on mlnlne r , U u -
. lu ll.,ftl Chl-f 1
81-uDrrlck Cos k
Coiaatex-k Tssaal .... 8
Cos. Cai. 4k V :1U
Hora Siiear 144
Ires Sireer ISO
Uadellla ra 9
dl.rra Ha rfa
Siaall Hopes ..
Experts and laaoerts at Neve York.
NEW TORK. Jan. 28. Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of New
Tork for the week ending today were
valued at 818.612457. Imports of specie st the
port of New York fur the week ending to
day were 8J8.88O gold and $11. 159 sliver. Ex
ports ef sp-sole ftvae tb port of New Tork
do new 4. ref.
do old 4a, ref .
Am Tona'vo 4a. ttla " iM.
do a. rtft . ln-4 N
Atrhlann f n 4a....
do adj 4a
Atlantlr (' I. 4a ...
Bal. A Oklo 4a
Central of Oa. 4a .
do ltd Inr
do 2d ine
Chee. a Ohio 4a
Chlrafo tt A. IH .
C, B. A Q n 4a .
C. R 1. a r. 4a..
do enl. bt.
ere a ft. L 4a .l"iv! Taiaa A P la
Cklraao Ter 4'
Comrade Mid 4a...
Colo, a So 4a
Cuba 4a. ctfa
D n O e
Plrtlllere- Sar. (a..
Erie prior lien 4b.
do fen. 4i
P W D. C. U .
Iriorklnf Val. 4a .
? IT . St. l w .
. 7lvl'alon ParlBc 4a..
. 4414 do rone. 4a
li-a t 8 Strel 14 it
.ll Wabaek It
. to I do dak. B
Weelarn M1 4a..
. Hi W U K 4a..
n'Wia Central 4a.
Baltimore a Ohio
Canadian Parlflc .
t hee a Ohio
Cblrafa Ot W ...
C. M A 8t. P ...
D. A R O
do let pfd
do Id pld
Illlnola Central ..
Louta. A Naan...,
tt., fl- A T
London Stork Market.
LONDON. Jan W -Closing quotations are
Mocks and bonds were:
Console, moner ... 44 1-14 N T Central 14414
t -14iNortolk a w. ....... 1'e.
.. do pfd 4
. . at la 1 Ontario A W 44
..i Pennerl'anla ........ 7'e
. .l(Ma Rand Mlaas II
.., Keadinf 44 1
.. 41 do let pfd 47
.. tJi do Id pfd 44
..174 iso. Railway 4
.. 17Si do pld i
.. : So Peel fir 41 s
.. 7i" Inlon Ferifta t:J
.. 4il do pfd iei
.. IN I'. 8 Steal 11
.. 4 do ptd
. .140SI ds ptd 4
41 'a I
oulet. 2d per ounce.
MONEY Siv per cent.
Tne rate 01 aiscount In the open market
for short bills Is 2 7-16KT2 per cent; for
three months' bills. 2 per cent.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady, Hogs Flee to Ten Cents
Lower and Sheep Steady.
CHICAGO. Jan. 28 CATTLE Receipt a.
$.0iO head. Market steady; good to prime
steers, $6.40fj 20; poor to medium, $3.60it
6 SO; "tockers snd feeders. $236$4.28; cowl
$1.25 4.25 ; heifers. $2.isfi6.00; csnners. $1,259
2.55; bulls, $2 O0&3.90; ralves. $.75.26.
HOGS Receipts. 3S.0K) head: eatimatsd
Monday. 66,eC0 head. Market 64J10o lower;
mixed and butchers, f4.65)4.76; good to
choice heavy. $4,7044 82; rough heavy, $4 58
ft. 65; light, $4.554.66; bulk of sales, $4.80tf
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 10.00
head. Sheep market steady; lambs, wealc
to lower; good to choice wethers, $4.90i
6.60; fair to choice mixed. $4.0034.80; west
ern sheep. $4. 30415.50; native lambs, $6.541
7.60; western lambs. $660tf7.40.
BOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 28. 1908.
Ottle. riogs. Sheep.
... 1.451 6,t-il
Official Monday .....
Official Thursday ..
Total this week 17.674
Total last week 17,062
Total week before 18,582
Same three weeks ago. ..10.814
Same four weeks ago ... 9.971
Same week last year 18.948
RECEIPT8 FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, bogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, with comparison wlta
1906. 1904. Inc Deo.
Cattle 63.633 78.099 ...... 1.464
Hogs 194.9HO 169.862 26.108
Sheep 113,169 152.706
The following table shows ths average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several daya. with comparisons:
I 1906. 1904. 11908. U903. 101. 11908. lit
Jan. 2.... 4 39 4 61 6 871 6 f!l 4 96
Jan. 4 43 6 SO 6 19 4 96
Jan. 4.... 4 44 4 77 6 19 $ 02
Jan. 6.... 4 46 4 68 6 2S 6 04
Jan. $.... 4 46 4 68 4 Ml 8 24
Jan. 7.... 460 4 86 8 l 6 0 6 05
Jan. ..... 4808 49 809108
Jan. 8 ... 4 (1 4 82 40 9 16 14
Jan. 10... 4 2 6 40 9 14 1 26
Jan. 11... 4 67 4 63 804123
Jan. 12... 4 41 4 61 $ 48 t 17
Jan 18... 4 6347ES48$00
Jan. 14... 4 69 4 73 8 26 6 14 1 16
Jan. 16... 4 69 6 41 6 22 8 26
Jan. 16... 4 61 4 74 8 49 6 16 6 27
Jan. 17... 4 60 6 50 6 17 6 20
Jan 18... 4 55 4 89 6 22 6 29
Jan. 19... 4 65 4 74 8 89 6 27
Jan. 20... 4 67 4 6 6 47 6 27
Jan. 21... 4 5S 4 7" I I It B 2'
Jan. 23... 496 653 60116 IS
Jan. 23... 4 63 4 88 8 69 6 OS' 5 15
Jsn. 74... 4 65 6 66 6 08 6 22
Jan. 05... 4 71 4 89 $ 14 6 13
Jan. 26... 4 72 4 67 8 72 6 18
Jan. 27 .. 4 63 4 81 6 66 1 6 12
Jan. 28... 4 64 4 81 6 64 6 96 I 221
a Ml 1 IT
4 x $ 6T
4 661 I 61
4 48 I 40
4 66 I 57
4 62 63
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 28. DRT OOODB The
market showed practically little Improve
ment in demand from the home trade, but
encouraging business has been done for
China, which bus had its Influence on tho
attitude of sellers, and If continued may
cause a decided and general Increase of
firmness. Jobbing trade has not commenced!
OMAHA. Jan. 2S. The bank clearings for
Saturday were $1,155,451.98. For the same
day last year they were $1.090,766 90. For
the week the clearings were $7,282,218.80.
For the same period a year ago they wera
$6.721. 766.90, a gain for 19u6 of w30.552.O.
Edwards -Wood Go-
Tain Office: Fifth and Roberts StrteU
ST. PAUL, rilNN.
Stocks. Grain. Provisions
Ship Your Groin to Us
Branch Otnee. 210-112 Board of Trad
Slata-.. Omaha. 14 ek. Telenkono 4 48.
212-214 Exchange Bldg.. South Omaha,
Bell 'Phone LA IndTsDeadaat 'Phono t.
of Omaha, rXt.
Capita aad Surplus. $400,009
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