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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 14, 1906.
MAIN "AM HvODlCE MARKET
Ir.ti iu Vibes: lit Gentrglly BjI,w
SOML KLACTIQN AT CLOSE OF .SESSION
Itvcrlpta Large, Increase Over Tear
Ago Bring Dlililrtl Brlna Sorth
weet anil InDllnvrii-WMthtr
Lrrects Grading of Corn.
OMAHA. Dec U 1804
The whea'. market today was quiet, prices
b-lng g nerail below the close ot yester
d.iy. !' t-rii r,r opened 4c down oa the
local market, but leu.-ted later In th ses
sion. rKaiTilun the early decline. Kec.pi.s
U'.-ia tniiKwIitt Urger thau a year ago,
t.i lncrer.se being divided bftwffn
not '.hweyt. .nd southwest. On account rft
t. ct wilt her, delivery by (irmti was not
Although trl wag also light In corn,
tho market in '.hat cereal was not no wmk
.( in wheat. Early prices were down, but
December sold at the close ilmost up to
) cstci day. and May reached a polot above
ysteuloy. Receipts ware light, and, on
Account of the wet weather, did not grade
Primary wheat receipts were 887.O00
bushels and shipments 6S5.O00 bushels.
agalnM receipts laBt year of 793.0O0 bushels
and shipments of 200.000 bushels. Corn re
ceipts were 526.000 bushels and shipment
lf.l.oo bushels, against receipts lout year
of 712.(101) bushels and shipments of fV'7,00"
bushels. Clearances were 608.000 bushels
wheat, 450.100 buhels corn and flour and
wheat euual to 6.3.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed 4d lower on wheat and
4'f''d lower on corn.
Broonhsil estimates Argentina wheat
shipments at 8(0,000 bushels, against 1.1.1ft.
0 tushes last year: he estimates corn
shipments at 2000,000 bushels, against 675.00
bushels Inst year.
Corn offerlnga ara Increasing dally from
nil directions, but very little business Is
doing owing to absence of export outlet.
Export bids for corn are 4n to He lower
than yesterday, when they were workable.
Wore Interest Is being shown In oats than
In wheat and corn combined. Local traders
bme forsaken the latter and are buying
The Iowa slate statistician's final report
mnkes Iowa corn crop average forty-one
bushels to the acre; total. 888,34.1.000 bushels.
Local range of options:
January, 4s ld; March,
EW YORK GKSKRAL 1H ARKF.T
NEW YORKSfOCKS AND BONDS
Artlcles.l Open. High. Low. Close.l Yes y.
7B 674B 7ViA
71HB 714B 714B
S7HA 374A 874A
t84B 8S4H 884B
A asked. B bid.
Omaha. I ash
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 684'tfWc; No. !
hard, 664i84c; No. 4 hard, tGiMsc; No. S
CORN No. J, Sfic; No. 4, 85r3&4c; No. 1
yellow, 36f(j364c; No. S white, 364c
OATS No. 8 mixed, S14c; No. 1 white,
24c; No. 4 white, 32c.
K YE No. 2, 63c; No. I, tic.
8t. Louis ....
of the nay
vkw Turk, i-cc. is -FLOCR-Receipts.
23.(7 bbls.; exports. IX K'l bbls.; sales,
6?io bbls.; msrket steady hut dull;
Minnesota ( stents. t4 lent 4i; Minnesota
ankers, t3 40si3K0; winter patents. 83 75iJ-4.(0.
winter strslghts, 88 3 .; winter extras.
82U.lV.i; winter low grades. fca-'alOe. Ry
flour, dull; fair to good. STft('i3 ; choice
to fn.-y. i-IXitm 15. Buckwheat fluur, dull,
Z'(i2 i, spot and to srrlve.
Bl 'K WliKAT -Sti sdy, 81. pr 100 lbs.
t'ORNMKAL Slendy ; fine white and yel
low, tl Vul.ia; course, 11. 1(1. 12; kiln dried,
II VK Finn; No. 2 western, c. c. 1. f.
New Vork; Jersey and stute, (WjiiSc, dell
sred New York.
HARLET-Steadv; feeding, 46c. c. I. t.
BnfTHlo; malting, 4!i59c, c. I. f Buffalo.
WH HAT Receipts, 112, 0"n u ; exports,
23o,Ki8 bu.; sales, l.odO.dKi bit. futures and
Mil) bu. spot. Boot, steady; No. 2 rod.
7V, elevator, and KlSc. f. o. b., afloat;
No. 1 northern. Duluth, 84V- o I. f., Buf
falo; No. 2 hird winter. 79',ie. c. I. f., Buf
falo. An early slight advance In wheat was
partially lost after nilddav, owing to pros
pective larger Arg-ntlne shipments, hut the
market rallied again and closed partly e
net higher. Trade was unusually slow all
day and sentiment not so bullish ns the
close of last week, because of increased
farm offerings. May, H4 7-16Ti4Sc, closed
at t4c; Ju y, nypJV. closed at UHc;
Lecember closed at slc.
CORN Receipts. 41.60 bu.; exports, 1K7,7V
bu.; sales, 10,000 bu. Spot, steady; No. 2.
53Uc, elevator, and Slc, f o. b, afloat.
No. 2 yellow, B3c; No. 2 white. 63tc. Tin:
option market was quiet, but steu.ly, with
west closing unchsnged at tC net lower.
January, 61H4?ulVc. closed at 5liC. May
closed at 60c and December at M1.4C.
OATB Receipts. 81,0(10 bu. 8pot. steady;
mixed oats, !! to 32 lbs.. 8M31)c; natural
white, 30 to 33 Ins., 344404o; clipped white,
38 to 40 lbs., ir'Htf-Ur.
FKKD Steady, spring bran. 822.85. De
cember shipment; middlings, t22.3S, Decem
HA V Steady: shipping. 70if75c; good
to choice, 81.m.'4il.l6.
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
106, lra:3c; IS". S-hllc; lacirlc coast. 18.
14iil7c: 1905, loCjl4c
HIDKS-Steadr; Oalveston, 20 to 25 lhs..
20c; California, 21 to 25 lbs.. 21c; Texas, dry,
24 to 80 lbs., 19c.
LEATHER-Vlulet; acid. 27fi'2Rc.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family, 81J..V)
Ti 14.00; mesa, 81. Ooti .00 ; beef hams, 823.5cii
26.(; racket. SlO.&iKd 11.00; city extra India
mess, 8).Oi&'22.SO. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies. 10.'J(il2.6o: pickled hams.
812.50. Lard, steady; western prime, Wft
IS.00; refined, steady; continent, 89.40; South
America. 810.25; compound, 8.124'p8.2&.
Pork, steady; family, 17.5"U'19.00; short
clear. tl7.2MtlH.50: mess, tl7.5Ofi'18.B0.
TALLOW Firm : city (82 per pkg),
81-lBc: country (pkgs. free), 6iiV4c.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra, SH
Q(ic; Japan nominal.
BUTTER Firm; street price, extra
crenmery, 32HtMc; official prices, creamery,
common to extra, 23i&32c; held, common to
extra, 221i30Hc; state dairy, common to
fancy, 204i3oc; renovated, common to extra.
18fi24c; western factory, common to firsts,
lSlr22c; western Imitation creamery, firsts,
CHEESE Steady; state full creams, small
and larae BeDtember fancv.- 24Wc: October
best, 13c: state late made, 12V(gl3c; state, I
inferior, 1VS12C. 1
EGOS Weak; Btate, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected white, 40tr42c; state,
choice, t7ti3sc.; state, mixed extra, S&C(i37c: I
western, average prime, 21c; official price, i
firsts, 31c: seconds, 28'a30c.
POULTRY Live, steady; western chick- j
ens, loc; fowls, 11c: turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
Arm; western chickens, 13t14c; turkeys, 14 1
OlSc; fowls, sviiisc.
eminfly Similar Iifltsncrt Ht Coe
trarj Effect on Difftrint ltsnri.
HARP DECLINE IN ALL HILL SHARES
t. Paal Rises Baoyaatly latll Near
Close, Whea There la Blight
Reaetloa Moaey Market
NEW YORK, Dec. 13 The action of the
Siock msrket today was the occasion of
much peiplcxlty and finally of an anxiety.
The contrary effect on different stocks of
seemingly like influences waa dlttlcult of
Interpretation and emied in a rousing fear
that a financial duel of some kind was be
ing worked out in the stock market. In
tel est centered on the Hill railroad stocks
und on St. Paul, the r rnier on account
of the severe weaknem which they showed
ft n 1 1 h lull nr ,,n - ..... ... ,.t , I ... il
sinale rensiance in ill.- wonicnma which ih lo adj. 4s....
lnt Met. pfd 1.300 74 TJH T3i
Total sales for the day. 1.358.400 shares.
evr York Mower Market.
NEW TORK. Dec. 18.-MON .; Y-On call,
strong at 4jl1 per cent; ruling rate 1"4
rer cent; closing bid. 4 per rent; offered,
per cent. Time loans, strong; BO days.
W12 per cent; so dsya, 8 per cent bid; I
months. rer cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-(aH
PTERLINO EXCJIANOE Btesdy at de
cline, with actual business In bankers' bills
at 84 SlJOIi 4 3oS for demand and at 14 "I (
4.71W) for sixty-day blils; po"t,'l rates, 84 T4
'j4M and 8 4V:4 ho;
84 7K H
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
U. 8. r. 2a, reg.,.104H;
do coupon 104S
V. 8 8s. reg 1?V
do coupon 1"!
U. 8. o. 4s. reg...K
do coupon 101S
U. 8. n. 4s. reg..l3"Vi
do cojpon !J(S
Am. Tobacco 4s.. 77
do s 110
Atchison gen. 4s. lftl
C. L. 4s
Bal. Ohio 4s
B R. T. c. 4s
'Cen of Ga. 5s. ..110
do 1st Inc....
do 2d Inc
do 3d Inc
Ches. ft O. 4Hs.
C. A A. 3H
C. B. tt Q. n. 4s.
Erie p. I. 4s
do gen. 4s
K do den B
R9i-.iWest Md. 4s . .
Hock Val. 4Ua...107UiV I.. K. 4s
Japan a rt Iwis. Central 4s
Hill stocks Induced by sympathy In
whole market. It has been assumed for
some time past that the large bulng of
St. Paul was In anticipation ct valuable
lights to suiscribe to new stock, already
authorised but nut yet issued. In the ca.se
of Ureal Northern preferred the subscrip
tion rights have ulready been conlertfd
on stockholders, while in the case of
Northern Pacific It was confidently ex
pected that piuns for new capital Issue
would be announced at any moment dur
ing the day. Yet the Hill stocks kept fail
ing away to new low levels, while St. Paul
rose buoyantly on heavy absorption. The
market took on an appearance too much
resembling that preceding the Noithern
Pacific coiner in May, liwl, to allow the
nerves of stock operators to escape alto
get htir an unsettlemrnt. It was lnferiod
that the new capital Issues of the Hill
stocks ' had brought out renewed differ
ences between the powerful capitalists
which were in conflict In the original strug
gle for control of Northern Psclllc. It has
been held aa an article of faith in the stock
market ever since the Northern Pacific
struggle was precipitated, with the ultimate
purp.se of control of Burlington, that pre
cautionary ownership of St. Paul shares
had been extended by the two parties to
the former struggle. H was feared that the 1
two were combating in this buying today
to fortify their respective positions and
that the I'nlon Pacific Interests were di
vesting themselves of their huldlngs on
Ureal Northern preferred and Great North
ern in the sams connection.
The genet al topic of the huge capital
requirements now defining themselves came
in for a good deal of discussion In c ,n-
"ri mini inr imk9 biuvk 1 u trm wnic.ii j tpppp Marq 53
jiuj5;ibu. 11 is Mincira inai Tnlon Pacific 1x1'.
these will be largely added to with the ; ..A A V m
turn of the year. The example of the ; Am- pn Px.',hU 11
tlreat Northern stock on the heels of the a'- rIU ,U
new stocks rights was the ground for ap- I jT' , m i
nralwM.Inn .f Ilk. . - In 1.- I 00 PtQ !)
when the expected announcement of stock An,' voolen
ui;iT-it-a u iiiu. i lie money maraei n
heenme at i-l n r p n t n.nln t,uin v Knt tula ' .
Japan U, 2d ser.. 8H
do 4s ctfs XV
do 4V4S ctfs !
do 2d series 9IS
L. A N. unl 4s...l"l'
Man. c. g. 4s C
Mex. Central 4s.. 4
do 1st inc 27
"M. A St. L. 4s.. 94
M.. K. A T. 4s... 9714
do 2s 8h
N. R.R. of M c.4s '
N. Y. C. g 3VkS. .. 9414
N. J. C. g. 6s....12S4
No. Pacific 4s 10:14
do 3s 7.V.
N. A W. c. 4s rV,
O. 8. L. rfdg. 4s W
Penn. conv. JVis. M
Reading gen. 4s..
OMAHA USi STOCK MARKET
'tit Cattle Surly tteadr, Others Slow
and Way Lower.
SLIGHT REACTION IN HOG VALUES
In tlood Dfsiaal aa Highest
lace Jaly Sheet Very
low aa4 Dall at Yes
Receipts were: Cattle,
OfflclM Monday 7,7
Official Tuesday 7.741
Official Wednesday b.W2
Official Thursday 1900
Dec. It, 1908.
CRT A P 1m Vru gr.h.irit A I. la SI (A
' -i i a. i.ie iui utiod to choice cows and heifers..
"(IO COl. OS (2 ,BO. ISCinC 4S t'n J alr .0 nw4 mw. . n.l halfora
CCC. A 8.L.K.4S..10O. do 1st 4s ctfs ... 96 , ,?d,.,V hlif'.Va
C0.0: Ho4',.:::: i V . W.-ti:1 c;mm nTod,:roc.hteock.V.d teie,"
Cuba 5. M.rnk.n Pacific 4s..l0H Bus? itags etc
D. A R. O. 4s 14 n. 8 S. 2d 6s Vea4 1 caIvS
- ss. diraj. utt n ai 1 rr r 11 11 j-si 1 in. i..n.
.1 . . . - 1 uv iuijuh
Four days this week. .27,868 11.156 7.tJ
Same days last w eek. . . . 18.K4H it.341 81, loo
Same days 2 weeks ago..l7.50 17.174 Uj.i"4
Bams dava 8 weeks aa-o. 2K.ll! 15.018 84.011
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 29. 773 1 7,115 51.2..9
Bame days last year 24,974 fci.282
the following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to dale, compared with last year;
18. ItOi. inc.
Cattle 1.08X.848 99,755 8 09.
Hogs 8,2. ra 2,161, ilvi 13..91-'
bhuep 2,Uo.il 1.91, tli 1i3,i9
Cl'H'l CI OlilTirlllNS
Uood to ent ire lana-e steers .7s.4u
I Common to fair range steers 8 SKtt W
VI 0of? 10, as agslnst tS.OOfl OS yesterday.
No. At. Ph. Pr. No. Av. Sh Pr
17 S'vS w ltd 5 241 I) 8 rt
5J SV pn 8 97V, S 2" t) 8O.1
? 40 8 00 48 2.14 .. t'5
58 2 . . 8 0" ja.i tvj ... K 05
M iS 11 8 00 7? 2-0 ll 8 o;
49 373 li 00 59 Jis so 81V,
6 324 ... 8 0" 55 23 40 fi 1
55 3D 11 ton ; 2t 1V i
M m M 8 07H M 2.4 4' lt
8 21 60 8 rT 7 2!') t 07H
52. . . 6 (TL, :g n 8 07',
50 2.M M 8 0"! pi :m km
-A t"S ti 8 02i, 3S 2:; to 6 in
36 292 ... t 02V, 75 mi ... t 10
3"4 ... t 0:w fis ?o5 ... 8 10
t 281 40 OUsj S 21 ... 8 10
82 2H8 100 8 0VV ft 2!9 ... 11"!
4 J13 IK) 1 St 1J ... 8 12V,
87 2SB ... 8 05 74 1! ... t 15
80 274 80 t 06
of the dny were l.0f hales, of which 1.000
ihIiv i tor si-ri ul,iii"n snd export snd
Included .7'i bales American. Receipts,
K,. tulles, all An eric. in.
a LL. A 1 M ctaXlisH I g0?d thoi.p -orn-fed steer.
S I. H K. r 4s H4 7. i..!-,
St. L. 8. W. c. 4s 79
Boston Storks anil Road.
P.OSTON. Dec. 13. -Call loans. 6ff12 per
cent: time loans. 6ft 8 tier cent. Official
Quotations on stocks and bonds were:
CHICAGO ORAM AND PROVISIONS
Features ot the TradlnaT aad rioslagT
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Dec. (13. Unsettled weather In
the northwest had a strengthening effect
In the wheat market, the May delivery
nosing at a net gain of Vc. Corn was
up Vylc. Oats were H'&'Ho higher and
i.'.ovlsions 7V10c higher.
The moderate firmness that developed In
the wheat pit late in the day waa due
chiefly to winter conditions that prevailed
throughout Minnesota and the Dakotas,
feur of a decrease In receipts at Minneapo
lis and Duluth, due to snow blockades on
the railroads, bringing out a fairly
good demand by commission houses. Dur
ing the first part of the session the market
held steady, there being little in the news
of the day to Induce either buying or sell
ing. Liverpool cables were a trine easier
and receipts of wheat In the northwest
were sllgfiily In excess of those of tna
corresponding day last year. Offertngs be
ruihor scarce during the last hour.
und this partly accounted for the firmer
feeling. The market closed firm. May
i pened unchanged to a shade hlg.hi at
7sVtc to ilW4('tHo, sold between 7yti '8H0
nud closed at the highest point. Clear
ance of wheat and flour were equal to
i,40.0"0 bushels. Primary reoelpts were
Ni7,ou0 bushels, compared with 793,000 bush
els for the corresponding day a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
lecelpta of 627 carr againtrt &46 cars last
week and 656 cars a war ago.
Trading in the corn pit wag dull, but
the tone of the market wag firm the last
hc'.i of the day because of a fair demand
by commission houses and pit traders.
Small local receipts, unsettled weather and
the strength of oats were the principal
bullish factors. May opened a shade lower
to a shade higher, at 43Sa3ic and gold
ud to 4o7c. where it closed. Local receipt
were 149 carst with 6 cam of aontiact
'"More activity was manifested In the oats
pit than In either the whoat or corn mar
kets and prices maoe a suueiajiii ad
vance. Pit traders were lively bidders for
outs all day, while the Klllng waa scat
tered, a few We taking profit The con
tinued small movement was the chief rea
son for the strength. May opened un
changed to o lower, at 35.'(Jo, Bold
up to and closed at KV&MHc Local
receipts were hi curs.
Provisions were strong all flay and trad
ing was of liberal volume. Small receipts
ol live hogs were again the main source
of strength. A local packer was one of
the principal buyers. The market ao
strengthened to some extent by the mRll
ness of the Increase In provision stocks
for the week. At the cloae January pork
was up loc, at UO.Si. 1-rd was 7VUl0o
higher, at i87Vu8.70. Ribs were up 10c,
Ssstimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
33 cars; corn. 254 curs; oats, 98 cars, hogs,
19,Cju head. , M ,,
1 lie leading futures ranged aa followaj
St. Loots General Market.
BT. LOUIS, Dec. 13. WHEAT Msrket
steady; track, No. 2 red cash, 75Vtf7Mc;
No. t hard. 7mt&t76c; May, 77Uc; July. 7&Sc
CORN Market steady: track. No. I cash.
41'a-Uc; No. 2 white, 41HUlc; May, 42c;
OATS Market steady; track. No. 2 cash,
36o; No. 2 white, 36(tfG6Hc; December, 34c;
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents. 83.55
176; extra fancy and straight, t3.103.45;
SEED Timothy, steady; J3.25-617S.
CORNMEAL Steady; fc.30.
RRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 97
HAY Steady; timothy, I14.OOS19.00; prai
., IRON COT
OTTON TIES 81.02.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; Jobbing. 115.
Lard, higher: prime at earn, 18.62H. Dry salt
meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, 89,00:
clear rlbe, 89.00; short clears, 89.26, Bacon,
steady: boxed extra snorts, xh.7&; clear ribs,
89 76; short clears, 110.00.
POULTRY Firm ; chickens, 8c; springs,
tc; turkeys, 13c; ducks, 10c; geese, 8Hc
BUTTER Market quiet; creamery, 26-9
t2Hc; dairy. 210260.
EUOb-Market fteaay at zoc.
Flour, bbla S.oro
Wheat, bu 43.000
Corn, bu 96,000
Oats, bu 64,000
factor has been so often Ignored in the
present speculation that It was given credit
for much force In the day's weakness. The
large caJUnc of loans by an Important
private banking house yesterday was the
occasion for some mystery and rather
I added to the fears that large financial
j operations might be in progress of a re-
I lauaiory character. The resources made
available to the New Y'ork market by the
treasury relief plan were handed over to
the banks today and there were some addi
tions on transfer of the treasury deposits
I from interior banks. But the total of these
I additions to the banks' cash made up only
a small proportion of the week s losses on
regular subtroasury operations. Banks
continued to readjust thntr loan account
therefor to repair the deficit In the legal
reserves. Exchange made a further de
cline towards the gold Import point, but
an outgo of over 84,OoO,ooo gold from London
to South America added to the scarcity
in that market. At the low prior of the
day Great Northern preferred showed a
lo.is of 14 from last night's rrlces and
of llVt from the high price yesterday
morning after the details of the stock issue
were published. The ore certificates fell
"iVt, the subscription rights In the outside
market 2V4 and Northern Paclflo UV. St.
Paul' extreme rise was 44, but It reacted
over a point before the closing. The mar
ket closed weak and not far from the low
est. Bonds were heavy; Total sales, par value,
$2,022,000. United States bonds were un
changed on call.
The following are the quotations on the
New York Stock exchange:
Sales. High. IO w.Cloe.
Atrh. adj. 4s 92 Atlantic it
do 4s WVRIngham 80
Mex. Central 4s.. 92 Csl. A Hecln 850
Atchison V2iniCentennial 37
do pfd lOmlCopper Range ... 80
Boston A AI....2IO Daly West 19'4
Boston A Me 161 IFranklln 2:'H
Boston Ele 150 lOranbv 13
Fitchburg pfd ...13. lisle Rovale 234
Mex. Central .... 26 Mass. Mining .... 7'4
N Y. N. H. A H..19iS Michigan 184
Mont. C. A C 1H
Old Dominion ... 65it
334 Tamarack 108
103 Trinity 11
24 United Conner ... 7214
Edison Elec. II. ..225 I' H. Mlnlna- 60V
Mhss. Electric ... 19H 1. 8. Oil 914
do pfd 64!Utah 64H
Mass. Gas 57 4, J Victoria 6V4
United Fruit 107 Winona 1(V4
United 8. M 6' Wolverine 171
do pfd 27lNorth Butte lltH.
V. 8. Steel 474 Butte Coalition .. 354
do pfd 1014 Nevada 18i
Adventure 4V Cal. A Arltona...lt
Allouex 62H Tecamseh 23V,
Amalgamated ...llzu Greene Con 29V.
IDom. I. A 8..
Ins- table shows the
price of hogs at South Omsha (or
seversl days, with comparisons:
Date. I Hot. 1806.19M. 190t. 11902. 1901.10.
1 1 I 4 88!4 40 "lflJ
7....1 8 i.lS 4 Sr: 4 35 1 4 7 I l
I I 8 16 I 4 871 1 Ml 4 321 6 08' 4 (t
4 84 ! 4 8:
1 5 38
t 02! 4 831 4 431
I 4 88 4 41
4 341 6 OS! t 101
8 121 6 141 4 86
8 OS! 6 16 4 82
S!Xi IK 4 78
6 t a( SI
RANGB OF PRICES.
... 1.66(i'(.36 5.3o'..6
... 2.001(6.76 6.7it.3i'
... 2.OK&7.00 6.75'(Mt.2o
... 2.5tV('6.3 6.90416.06
of cars of stock
The official number
brousrht in todav hv each road was
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. ri r s.
I.oaden Closlasr Stocks.
LONDON. Dec. 13 Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
Artlcles.l Open.l Hlgh. Low. Close.Tes'y.
43S '. I 3
441U4'I 44 1 ,
Kaaaas City Grata aad Pravlaloas
KANSAS CITY. Dee. It. WHEAT De
cember, erc; May. 72Hc; July. Tlve,
Cash: No. 2 hard, 70S3c; No. 8. 67H72Hc;
No. 2 red. 79318c; No. 8. 6Mr72c.
CORN December. 8tr!4c; May, 89Hc; July,
tM4c Cash: No. 2 mixed, 38c; No. 1, I7S4c;
No. 2 white, StQ39c
OATS No. 2 white, 3408440; No., I mixed,
DOGS Steady; extra. 28c, cases Included;
flrst. 27Hc; seconds, 21c.
HAY Steady to strong; prairie, 26c
higher; choice timothy, tl6.OO19it.tO; choice
RYE Steady; 6&3c.
BUTTER Creamery. 80c: oacklnr. 19c,
Wheat bu 88.000 102,000
Corn, bu Ss.OiO 22,000
Oats, bu U.OOO 1,000
Board of Trade quotations for Kansas
City delivery. The range of prices, as re
ported by Logan A Bryan, 112 Board of
Amsl. Copper 7t,7O0
Am. C. A F 1,200
Am. c. & F. prd
Am. Cotton Oil 300 tl'A
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
Am. H. A L. pfd..... 2-X)
Am Ice. securities.'.. X. 100
34OOO Am. Linseed Oil..,'.
rVi'otvi ! Am. Linseed Oil pfd. 100
7t!ci00 ' Am. Locomotive .... 300
1 Am. ivocomouvf pia
Articles. ! Open.l Hlgh. Low. Hose.
Dec 6T4 68 I 6T 87
May 72HI 72H TIVffMi 7S4SA
Co"n I I I
Deo...- T W V 86t4
May 31 I 89VtrG.1 B4B
A Asked. B Bid.
41 42HV 417
44 1 44', 44U444
33Twt S4.! 83
Phlladelnhla Pmdaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 13.-RTTTER
Firm snd In good demand; extra western
creamery, official price. 32c; street price,
tic; extra nearbv prints, 36c.
EGGS Steady hut quiet: nearby fresh
and western fresh. 29c at mark.
rHBISE-Firm and In fair demand; New
York full creams, fancy, 14e; New Yo-k
full creams, cho4ee. 14Vic: New York full
creams, fslr to good. 13tfl4c
15 T7VJ 15 85 It 75 I
16 06 14 It 1 U0 I
t 674 t 60 j
t 824 I 70 t 0
t 70 t 80 I 74 '
8 46 I 50 I 40 i
IU I 11 I 46 j
Am. 8. A R.... 10,600
Am. 8. A R. pfd 400
Am. Sugar Refining. 4,000
Am. roDacco pra ctr 100
Anaconda Mill. Co... 43 600
Atchison - 84.600
Atchison pfd ......... 100
Atlantic C. L 1.400
Bal. A Ohio t.tut
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn R. T 17,600
Canadian Paclflo .... 1.700
Central of N. J
Ches. A Ohio 1,000
Chicago Gt. W 6j0
Chicago A N. W l.tU)
C M. A St. P 19,8u0
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C, C, C. A Bt. L. 8.200
Colorado F. A 1 1,600
Colorado A So 4U0
Colo. A Bo. 1st pfd
Colo. A So. 2d pfd... 700
Consolidated Gas .... 6o0
Corn Products 3o0
Corn Products pfd... 8u0
Delaware A Hud 1,000
Del., L. A W
Denver A R. G 2,800
D. A R. G. pfd 100
Distillers' Sec 1.400
Erie 1st pfd
Erie 2d pfd 6K)
Ueneral Electrlo l.aoO
Hock. Val., offered
Illinois Central 1,500
Int. Paper 600
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump 400
Int. Pump pfd 1"0
Iowa Central 200
Iowa Central pfd
Kansas Cttv So 200
K. C. 80. pfd 1.700
Louisville A N 8,7'V
Mexican Central 12.7uO
Minn. A St. L
M., St. P A S. 8. M
M B P. A 8 D M. pfd
do account ,
Bal. A Ohio..
Can. Pacific .
Ches. A Ohio
Chicago Gt. W.
K. A T 42
Y. Central. ...134
Norfolk A W..
Ontario A W
.2024: Rand Mines .
. 69 I Rending
C, M. A St. P. ..1944 do pfd
DeBeers 214 80. Pacific
D. A R. G 44 Union Pacific
do pfd .'69 do pfd
Erie 46 U 8. Steel...
do 1st pfd 78 do pfd
do 2d pfd 70 Wabash
Illinois Central ..181 do pfd
Louisville A N,..153 Spanish 4s
Ex-dlvldend.' , '
SILVER Bar steady, 31d per ounce.
MONEY 4444 per cent
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 64 per cent; for three
months bills, 64 per cent.
Bostoa Copper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Logan A Bryan, 112 Board
of Trade building, Omaha:
Black Mountain.. 10
Boston Cons 31
Calumet A Arts.. 167
Cal. A Hecla 856
Dally West ..,
101 101 101 nrn. r'.rr
JS7 136 1354'Granby
n4 li4 1 4 Helvetia ......
as a a- r..l. .-.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 13 -WHEAT-De- ! mIouH. A0 f! V.
cember, 77'078c: May. toiic; July. 8143
614c; No. 1 hard. 814c; No. 1 northern,
1804c: No. 2 northern. 77fi784; No. 3
j sp-1nr. 7Mr7c. I
FIOUR Market remsineu firm; smp-
I menta 43.146 barrels: nrst patents. M
second patents. t4.ihM.": nrsi clears,
, 13 26S8-36; second dears, t24tvu2.60.
caeh quotstlona were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, tS.SottatO;
winter straights. 83 21118 40; spring patents,
i.1 Krjjj.iMj, xpring straights, t3.tua3.6o;
W 11 WAT Nu. 2 spring;. 7Sic; No. 3,
TJ'ijkSc; No. 2 red, 73't.i44c,
CORN No. 2. 44H44c; No. 2 yellow, 46
OArs No. i. 34V: No. t white, tl4t
" RYK No. t tfctSc.
UAKL1'; V Good feeding. 41"545c; fslr to
choice malting. 49i55c.
8EF.DS-N0. 1 flax. 91.14. No. 1 north
western, $1 . Clover, contruct grade, 811.7a.
V'lti V ISIONS- fboll libs, allies ilo.ii.ej,
If. I'.-qS 674. Pork, mess, per bbl.. 114 75. j
Lard, per 1 lb.. 6.7u Short clear sides I
tbuxed). t'4J'J 124-
i 11c receipts utiU slilptiH'iits of flour and
u-alii were: Receipts. Shipments
Flour, bbis 80.7t.i0 17.900
W heat, bu 64.(u 29 Sol
Corn, bu 2J6,)
Oats, bu l-i 6"0 ill.7 1
I:Ve bu 8"o n.7t 1
barley, bu 8.su0 27,9t I
on the iruaact cscuaiigi- majir ins let
ter market was steady; creameries 22i31c;
dairies. 2ori27c. Lggs. weak; at mark, cases
Included, 2.''i-c; firsts. ac; prime firsts,
Bo; extras, 3iC. Clieese, firm; 14a 14e.
Milwaukee Grata Market.
MILWAT'KFE. Dec 11. WHIT .T Mar
ket steady; No. 1 northern. RltT2c; No. I
northern. 7R'(?8lc: May. 78Kc. asked.
RYF lower: No. 1, 681 S4c
H A RLEY Sttady ; No. 2, i54c; sample,
tX)RN Steady; No. t cash. 41tJ4Sci May.
PEORIA. Dee. 12, CORN Steady; No.
yellow and No. I new, 404c; No. 4, 39c;
no grnrte. S7c.
OATU-Steady: No. 2 white. c: No. I
white. 84.ti34Vtc: No. 4 white, $3 3334c.
RYE Firm; No. 2. 68(ffc.
WHISKY-On the basis of tl .
Ualath Grata Market
DULUTH. Dec ll-WHEAT-On track.
No. 1 northern. 8Vc: No. 2 northern. 7c;
December. 764c; May. tic; July, 814c.
OATS To arrive. S34c
Toledo Seed Nam, 1
TOLEDO. O.j Iec. 13 t-SEEDS "ash
clover, to.174: December,
U.40: Frbruary. U 46: Ma
alalk. t7.7u. Prime timothy, t.t.
, 1374. January,
rv h. U iu. Prime
NEW TORK. Dec. 18.-COFFFF7 Futur-s
oeneil stesdy at an advance of
points on higher Eumpean cables than ex
pected and bullish reports from Rrasll ss
to valorisation operations. There was not
much buying, however, and prices sassed
off during the middle seaton under scatter
ing liquidation. The close was steady, n. t
unchanged to t points V'sher. Sales fur the
day were reported of 17.7W hags. Including
Iieoember at 6 8lc- Junuaey 516 jo v .
March. I.SotfA.Kc; Msv. 7ow,176c: Julv.
6.-i5 90c; S-iiteniber, tOOc; November, gl&c.
Spot Rio, quiet; No. T Invoice, 7c.
M.. K. A T. pfd.
N. R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y . O. A W
Norfolk A W
Norfolk A W pfd..
P., C., C A St. L..
Pressed Steel Car..
Pressed 8. C. pfd...
IMllman Pal. Cur..
Read 1st pfd. offered
Reading 2(1 pfd
Republic Steel pfd...
Rock lslsnd Co
Rock Island Co. pfd.
St. L. A 8 F. 2d pfd
St. L. 8. W
St. L. 8. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd..
So. Railway pfd
Tenneesee C. A I...
Texas A Pacific
T,t. L W
T . BL L. A W. pfd.
J Union Pacific pfd...
1 . H. r;xires
U. 8. Realty
U. 8 Rubber ...
U. 8 Rubber pfd...
V. 8 Steel
U. B Steel uf.1
Va. -Carolina Chem .
Liverpool Grata aaal froilsloas.
I.IVCHKXIL I leu. IS.- WHEAT 8tt.
Onn; No. 2 red western winter, sa, futures. 1 Baak Clearlaas.
ey; I ,-cein0cr. noinlti., Urcti is 64a; j OMAHA. Dee. IS flank clearings for to
Mnv i,s 4J I day were tlUTO.' W and for the 01.es-
COKN ovot, qul.t; Aiuerlcaa uilxsd. is ponding dale ItM ear tl.766,7bO.u,
Weatern Union 2(i
W. A L. K lou
Wis. Central 100
Wis Central pfd
Norther.i Pat lflc lot.
Central leather "l
Central Leathar pfd.
Sluss-iihi fhi-ld Blfel.. i
I (it. N-rthern fil 27.6 ')
Jul. JJi irujullt-u ... 4.UM
L. 8. A Pittsburg 264 Winona
44 North Butte ....1114
63 Old Dominion ... 664
80 Osceola 137
10 Pneu. Service ... 12
Pneu. Serv., pfd. 30
374 Tamarack 108
814Tenn. Copper ... i94
114 United Fault
224 U. 8., com..
29 U. 8., pfd...
134 Utah Cons...
8 Utah Copper
lt4 Mplsslng .
C, M. A St. P 4
Missouri Pacific 4
U. P. System 67
C. A N. W east 6
C. at N. W., west.... 42
C, St. P., M. A O.... 19
C, B. A Q., east.... 10
C, B. A O... wct....H0
C, R. 1. A P., east... 0
C. R. I. A P., west.. 6
Illinois Central 5
Chicago Ul. Western. 1
SHEEP Rreetpts of sheep this week. a
will be noted from the tahle at held of
column, show a decided giln over last
week and over the corresponding week nf
last year. Fortunately. th re-eipts thl
morning were very much lighter thun 0:1
previous days this week, thus giving the
market a breathing sped.
The trade opened veiy low snd dull and
it was apparent that puckers hud ;ilont 11
many sheep on hand as they car.'d for
Nevertheless buyers were mit Ink n i
around and where they found something
that Just happened to suit t'lem the p-lces
pnld looked Just about stetnly at yester
Strictly gnod lambs seemed to h In de
msnd and the market on that kind la ni
lower, being fully as high s sny tlm
One bunch cf very good nitlve hinihs s !.1
as high as 17 flfi. being the hlglist p-ir
paid for a load of lambs, on this nvirkct
s.nce July, when 17.7a was paid.
Wuotatlons on killers: Gond to cholcj
lamlia, 87 (""fl?); fair to good lumhs, t-i 75'i
7.00: good to choice yeainngs. .. ('u
fair to good yearlings. 15 5i44s 9t; gool ti
choice wethers. l6.tio.75: fair to good w-th
ers, 86tuj6.M; good to choice ewes. 86 .lwj
o.JO; fair 10 good ewes. 84 w"(.".
Wtiotstlons on feeders: Gcod 10 eludes
lambs, t4.M4i.4o; medium lambs. 1 ainn;
light lsmbs. t4.2.'io. veirllnes. o l.S'.i.V;
wethers, t4.7ftij.20; ewes. t3.5c&'l.50; breeding
61 Wyoming cull ewes
83 Wyoming old ewes
i09 western ewes
161 Wyoming wethers
2(0 Wyoming yearlings
63 western cull lambs
213 western cull lambs
4M western lambs
.IO western ewes
372 western ewes
ICS Idaho range ewes
27f Idaho range feeding ewes..
449 western wethers
450 western wethers
137 western wethers
241 western wethers
lt'7 native ewe
S00 native wethers
.1M native lnmbs
70 native lambs
13 western lambs
4T, Huho range luinhs
):' '''nho range lambs
'1 Idoho lambs
10" nntive lambs
134 western lambs
Total receipts 2K4
The disposition of the day's receipts wss
75 2 fl
90 3 90
li7 6 00
, L7 6 50
97 6 75
;.3 6 Ho
65 6 65
(to 6 75
,79 6 00
6S 5 00
, ill 4 90
, 106 4 65
92 5 M
9 2 6 50
.1(6 5 50
, 1"9 6 65
, 119 6 10
.126 6 40
.63 6 40
. 04 6 40
, (19 7 10
.72 7 00
.73 7 00
,88 7 50
. 8(i 7 65
.78 7 36
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Market Slow Hogs IVcnk to Loner
CHICAGO, Dec. 13. CATTLE Receipts.
U.OOO head; market slow; common to prime
steers, 14.0)41.40; cows, fj CV(i4.75: heifer.
J2.f(i 3.00; bulls, tt. toil 1.50; calves. $2.7tV(f
8.00; stockers and feeders. $2 4'i4 M)
HOGS Receipts. 23.! head; weak to fic
lower: shlnnlns jtmiIc-". 86 1("(ii.20: good to
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num- 1 rholce mixed. tl.Mi4.1!: he ivy packing
ber of head Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co,
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Armour A Co., Denver..
Van Sant A Co
Carey A Benton
McCreary A Curey
W. I Stephen
Hill A Son
F. P. Lewis
Hamilton A Rcthschild..
L F. Husz
J. H. Bulla
T. B. lnghram
V. A. Urltton
Totals . .'
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
W.oxfiS.OS; medium tmd heavy butchers, 10.10
Si: pigs, tl."(l.l6.
SHEEP AND LAMBSRecclpts. 26.00
head: weak to 25c lower; sheep. X.rtft m;
yeanlings, 14.60tfio.fiO; lambs, ft 7b$7.76.
Kansas City Live Stock Market
KANSAS CITY. De. 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 7,700 head. Including NX) heud of
southerns; market sternly; cows, heifers,
stockers atid feeders, ationg; choice export
and dressed beef steers, t3.Sovi6.76: fair to
good. 8.i.9u((rft.35: western steers. tJ.4(''(i5.5o;
I stockers md feeders, !3.Ce(i4.50; sont iern
steers, t2.9ntH.7ii: southern cows, tl.sii2 7t:
n-Atlve cows, $2.00ij(-(.25; native helfe-s, 2.4t)
4 90; bulls, t2.1(M.10; calves. 13 Oiffie.SO.
HOGS Receipts, lO.tyo head; market
strong; top, tfl.274; bulk of sales, tH.i74'ti
6.25; heavy, 8fl.2VV(fl packers, 16.a)'y6 25
pigs and lights, .8Vt).i.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 9.001
head; market 'KtfMie lower; lambs, t7.(X('(i
7.75; ewes and yeurllngs. 85.00fi6 2i; western
yearllngw. 8o.75fifl.6ti; western sheep, (4.5 11
6.65; stockers and feeders, 13.505.00.
OMAHA HO!.: - . 1.15 MARKRT.
Condition of Trade and Oaolatlaaa
lnnle anil Ksnc I'rsdsef
U("i;rf l er (Iks., 27c.
LIVE PoU LT R Y Hens, 74c; roosters.
4c; turKejs i.i ; ducks. Mic; spring chick
ins, 'iSc; gci'se, '9c.
KUTTER-I'scking slock. 18'c; cnoioe t
ftiiK i,iit, .. i..( . creKtiiery, 4iic.
HAY Cnolce upland, 19 a); medlunx xs.ig".
CO u se. isnojid 60 lte stiw, o..mfli.w
URAN-Psr Ion. 115.0U.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per MU
TOM A TOES California, per banket of It
WAX UliANS- Per one-third bu. bog,
1 i ; hampers, .l..o.
11EETS, TURNIPS and CARROT 8 Pet
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per uoa,
h. i.. c fe.
CELERY Per dcia . toyeOo.
CI LUMUEHS Hothouse, per doa., tl M
Hi 2 00.
ONIONS H.nne grown. 60c per bu ; Bpatv
ish, $-'00 irr crate; Colorado, 75c.
l!f!RElt AIMSH-Caac of 1 dot., tl 8.
RADiSllKS Per. Uos bunches, not) t berk
iatK bunches, 75c.
NAVY LEANS Ter bu.. 11 75; No. 2, tl.fflk
LIMA BEANS Per lh., 54c
C It I I N I'EPPERB-Per hamper. H.Oo.
rARSLEY Hothouse, per dot. bunches
CA PBA(1 E Holland seed, home gTOWs,
per lb., 14'.
' ruj I 1 .A NT Per d,. . ?5.
roTA . CiKS-P r bu., 4rW6".c.
RUTABAGAP About 150 lbs. to sack, tl.tw
HEAD LEi'TlCE Southern, per do
SH ALLOTS Southern, per doa. bunches,
. (Ul e0.
j I'll FLOWER Per crate of about twt
dux. held, t4.25ii4.5t
CRANBERRIES Per bbl . 1 8 00 $ 1 0 Oa,
APPLES Ben LaU, choice 12.00, fsncy
per bhl., 12 2i; Jonathan. 13 50 New
Vork apples. 13 25; Grimes' Golden, ti t.
1 I-..M-IS Winter Nells, per box. 83 00.
GRAPES--Malaga, per Ibl., t3.Cu87.Btl
New York Catnwbaa. 4 lb. basket, 21c.
ORANGES Florida oranges, 12.90.
LEMONS t.lmonlera. extra fsncy, il
slxe. $1.50; 800 and 360 size, $i.5t, other
briinds, 50c le?s.
BANANAS Per medlum-slsed baaetv
:.ooi2 2j; Jumbos, f2.5ti3.5"
DATES Kaauwoy, 'c; sajrra,
Hallowis new stuffed walnut dates, -lr.
box. $1.10; California bulk. 64c: 7-crowa
Turkish, lie; 4-vrown. 14c; 6-crown, lloi
l-crown, 1 2c.
Git APE FHUIT-FIxe 54 to 64 sod 1 t
"cOCOANL'TS Per sack of 100. t-25.
CHEESE-Bwlss, new. 16c; Wlsooawttl
brick, l&4c: W isconmn llinbsrger, i:io;
twins. 15c; Young Americans, 164. .
FISH Trout, 12c; halibut.. 12c; eaUlsk,
J5c; bufTalo, 8c; bullheads. 11c; black has,
fine stock, 25c; salmon, lie; pike. Ho; red
mapper, fresh frosei,. 12c; wlilttflsh, fresa
(roxen, 13c; yellow uerch. oresaed and
scaled, 8c; pickerel, fresh (rosea, tc;
Irog legs, t',c per dox. saddles.
HIDES AND TALLOW-Green salted.
No. 1, 124c; No. 2, 114": bull hides, 910ot
green hides. No. 1. He. No. 2. 10c ; hprssJ,
, irffciS.75; shii-p pelts, Wctjll 2s. Tallow,
No. 1, 44c: No. 2 4c. v
MUT -French w.lr.uts, l3V.c; Csllfornla
walnuts. No. 2. hard shell, 12 4c; No. 1,
soft shell, 14c; B.-axils, llft'Hc; pecans,
14(til7c; llltierts. 12 4 44 14c; peanuts, raw,
6 4c; roasted, 7 4c; California almonds,
hard shell, lfic; soft Knell. ISc.
jlONEV Per 24 frames. K.60.
CIDER New Y( -k. half barrel, 12.78; bar
COFFEE Toasted. No. If iSC Jee lb. I
No. 10. 21c pe: lb.; No. vS. 19c per ID.; N
?. luc per iu. : No. 21. 13c per lb.
SYI'.UP- n bins., iTic per jrat.: In cases. -6
iO-'.b cans. 11.70; case. 11 i-lb cans. $Li;
tas. U is-iii. cans. 11.8 ,
BUtlAlt Granulated cane, in sack a 88.21;
gianuiuted je t. 'i "scks, $5.11
CUT REEF PRICES.
Ribs: No. 1, 14c; No. 2, 94c; No. S, 644.
Loin: No. 1. llc; No. 2. 1:4c; No. t, 90.
Chuck: No. 1, 04c; No. 2, oc; No. t, 4a,
RouikI; No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 7c: No. 3. 640,
Plate: No. 1. 44c; No. 2. 4c; No. 1. So.
iaNNM JdOliS-oom. stsndurd west,
ern. i."fn.U; Maine, 11.16. Tomatoea. l-lh.
cans, 91.10: S-lh. ciin?, 974cd1.0u. Plne
oppbs, giated. 2-lb., 12.o:.:.30: sliced, 11.94
i;'.io; gallon BPI,,", fancy, $2.65; Cu.lfornla
apricots, $i..Kiix.!Bi; pe.trs, i..:(,ij.ou; p' senna.
luncy. i 1. i.''ti z.o; m. j- rsai nn, ...
St. I.onla Live Stock MnrVet
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 13 CATTLE Receipts.
8,000 head. Including l.COt) head of Texn.s;
market steady; native shipping and cr.pnrt
steers. 15.45&iOO: dressed beef and butcher
rteers, t4.5oi0.40; sleets uriicr 1.0 0 pounds i wnv
New Tork Mlataar Storks.
NEW YORK. Dec. 13. Closing quotations
on mining stocks wers
Adams Con .....
Con. Cal. A Va
LeadvlUe Coo ..
CATTLE There was another liberal run
of cattle this morning, making the receipts
for the week decidedly heavier than Ust
week or a year ago. In fact the receipts
this week have been altogether too large
for this season of the year.
Shippers have been sending in their half
fat or warmed up cattle in such numbers
that packers have been filled up with tluvt
kind. As a result the market tills morning
opened very slow and dull. Some of the
very choice cattle that would do for the
holiday trade may possibly have sold , an(i heifers. 12.3f '& 3.50.
close to steady, but aside from that the HOGS Receipts, H.fJfO hed: mi:ket
general market waa at least 10c lower and t-adv; pa n(j lights. t..75ifi 20; puck rs.
in many cases half fat or warmed up tn.otiS.25; butchers and best heavy, JtUOtf
cattle sold at prices that looked 162o.-if 25
lower. The fact is packers have been tak- SHEEP AND LAMRS-Rccc'riis. 2.501
lng so msny of these half fat cattle that h,aj; market stendv; native muttons. $:i 2i
they are filled up. t4.00: lsmbs. $35iKU7Ki: .-u'ls und bucks,
There were not fa- from fifty or sixty Ku.iM. .tockers, t2.0-'r3.85.
a Ul LUwa un mmtv ainu , w 1 . .
! gt. J-i Live !o,.k -I
ST. .TCVSDFH. Dec. 13. CATTLE-
$2.254.90; stockers and feeders. $2.0OM 50;
cows and heifers. !..4cH j.26; canners. $1.7.1
(0-2. 36; bulls, t2.20tfH.iiO; calves. $35i,7.2i;
Texas and Indian steers, $2. 6X30. 50; cowjs
A l.( Mia saln'on, red, 81.15; fancy Cliinoog,
F., $2.10: fancy sockeye, F, Jl.Ho; sardines,
.nii.rter oil. s2.7r. thvee-qurrter mustard.
1.1. Oo. Sweet pouaoes, $1 JOrsil.25; sauerkraut, ,
$1.00; pumpkins, It0c($l.o0: wax oeans. 1-lt
t.fii-yc; lii.iu oca tin. 2-lb.. 76ciotl.l5; spinaolt
ti.25; clsp peus. 2-ib Hoc: ex'.ras, 96c tj $1.10,
CURED FISH - Family whltefish. par
ausrtee bbl., ln(i lbs.. 14.0o; Norway mack
eral. No. 1. l;;5.00; No. 2, $?i.o0; herring la
l.b'.s.. 2tM II. en- Norway. 4k. w.oo: jsor ,
. I., ij.iX: land iieriing. in aaga,
the trade on that kind of cattle was also
slow and dull. A few of the very best
cows that just happened to be wanted to !
fill some special order did not look so much
lower, but the genetsl market was at leat .
1! lower than yesterday and very dull ;
on Inferior grade. ;
Right good feeders were about steady.
but the leas, desirable kfr.ds or ix.th
feeders and stockers were alow and gen
erally a little lower.
celpts. 2.3m head; steers. 1'c I'.wer; c iws.
lis: higher: natives, 1100(175: cows anl
heifer. f2.0fi4.M); stcckirs nnd fe d'T,
HCXJK receipts, t.iro head:
shsde hlTh-r. top, $6 224: bulk.
i s I.-,.
1 KI1EFP AND LAMUf-Rece!rta.
1 hi ad. ntsrWpi for lambs, strong; top,
1 shcrf, K'(t7c lower.
No. A Pr No.
4 KS8 1 78 Is . .
4 9ki 2 71 4 ...
5 1070 1 W .
24 '7 4 :s
in Idi7 4 1
17 ll.-n 4 4-1
lullket I. Wc, kcgi.. mixed. 70c.
Otis nnd llosln.
NEW YORK. Dec. 13.-OM
film; prime crude,
o. o. mills, .tic; prim
Putrolettm. xteudy; refined, .
$7.f.("': Philadelphia and Balti
Philadelphia ar.d Baltimore, la
Turpentine, steady; 694fJ70e.
I'i.. Dec. 1S.-OIL Credit baU
Runs. 137,117 bbl.: average
Shipments, 126,138 bbls.; avl
13. OIL Turpentlr
more. $7 45;
life, 137.r(J bbls.
SA VAN-' All. Doc.
lttiSIN Firm: sales. 9'9 bbls. Q
A. B, C. D. K. $1.00; F. fl.j4.u6: G, $3
H. $4 10(fi4.2i: I. J4 40: K, t.ln; M,
N, IT. 90; W. G.. C.; W. W., $8 85.
Kaak ot Kroner
PARIS I M0. It -The
of the Bank of
If.' ehS"ee- .-,', .
. .... .
-at . r
W00V Mr-h.ri. .
Inc. ll v. . Ol Ths featute
.(- Boston wra.l market 11 the
fT''itn markets and the small
supply of w n on sale hi re. The msrket
is in a stro". ooltlon The demand f..r
clothing ter- . furnihed esneclsl Inter
est, fine br .,g1ng ex(T7c. and In several 1
rases lc Some transactions ure reported
at fihe. wnii" several lines are said to be
worth 70c. Pulled w.kiIs are in steidy tr id".
Foreign grades are firm. Leading domestic
quotations follow: Ohio snd Pennsvlvanla
XX snd above, SIKJiatc: X. Illjflic; No. 1,
4441c: No. 2. SMY.t:v; fln unwuslied.
2tlc; unmerchantal.le, 2Tl3ic: half blood,
unwashed, Si'(iW4c; three-eighths blood,
unwashed, StSIHc; qtiarter-blool. un
washed, $3'SIS4c: relalne. wahed. 36437c;
Delaine, unwashed, 2nfi3(r. Michigan, fine
unwashed. 24'Jf: half blood, unwished.
82l3c; three-qlghtha unwashed. 8Mr34c:
quarter blood, unwashed. StflllHc; Delaine,
unwashed, 27fic. Kentucky. Indiana and
Missouri, comb ng. three-eighths blood. S3
r . . tv
. .' . .?
' 2 75 2 ... J". (.
i 4 1( t VI
. 1 V. I 974 IK)
. r'"! 2 96 8 1V.? 1 00
. .. r.i 1 7 i.ii 1 40
9 4 1 ( 19 11 4 t 6.1
,T 1" 1 1 7 1'itl 1 t"i
6 114 3 lv t 106S S 75
II 1ih7 I 10 in .I 3 75
t 10 . 1 15 7 910 4 00
' 114 1 tt 2 1225 4 00
7 3 4 12117 4 00
,' 1'nl t 30 6 1170 4 10
4 10J0 I 40 IS I' 4 10
X gfj 1 40 1 12W 4 15
4 low 3 40 7 12- 2 4 IS
t 8 t 1 40 10 1187 4 50
1120 2 SO t 703 3 30
13 733 3 15 2 870 8 50
22 64V 1 13 5 492 1 80
1 2 1 ItS-O I 30
1 620 1 15 1 170 3 67
2 14i0 1 2.1 1 1740 8 80
1 810 t 25
2 100 t 00 2 140 t 00
1 16.) 0 60 1 160 t 00
t 164 5 50 2 175 8 "0
1 160 6 75 4 142 t 00
gTOCKEFS AND FEEE18.
6 72 3 50 4 71 8 7S
1 740 I 60 1 910 1 90
l ive Stock Mnrket
. Iv flee. 13. (Special Te'i -
. K -Receipts. l.i-OO head f
!' aer: slock-r Flow: r.eve. t
t --n n. s. bu.ls snd mixed, t;.5ti4 01;
kiotkers an-1 f ed.-rs. !3.0O'(i4.O); calves an-I
H;s-fle,elpis. S.fol head. Mnrket
steady, selling at $.1.f ;.f5; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND T AMIIS-ReceiptS, TiOo
head Market steady.
i-t. In SfTht.
Erst'srsteil Andes n-d nrled Kr"
NEW YORK. Dec. 13.-EVAPOR
APPLES The market continues toy : 4
-in ea.-.'.er tendency owing to fieer 'TsWi.gs
for future shipments, which seem 10 bo
weakening the position of soot holders.
Fancv ore -ir.'.ei at 9c; choice, S41l"c;
westein markets ycsic 'iv:
Fouth Omth-i t.v T.T- J1--
Pi mix Citv 1 "V 3 "vi ?
Kan-as City 7 7 o 10.6)0 sto
St. .Toseph " ?n ' '')0 s-t;
f I o ils '0 8 fO. 2 5-
Chlcago 11 rtl 23 TOO ;r,.on
Totals receipts 32.46) 62,i0 42. V
REAL KST.ITK TRANSFERS.
64 I tiS4c: combing, quarter blood, 81i314c.
600 424 4!
Texas, scoured basis, fine, twelve month
72fr78c: fine, six to eight months, Sff57c;
fine, fall clean. Mamie. California, scoured
basts, northern choice, t7'ij4e; northern
good, t6r-'4c; middle country, 5'46c; south,
ern. 2'niUc: fall free. 544i65c. Oregon.
scoured basis eastern. No. 1 staple. 7'9
4 steers.. ..1240 4 90 6 bulls T!
bulls 1424 2 i-A 30 co-.vs 10"X
29 cows MiO 5 f"i 60 cows 9SS
W feeders.. 742 4 00
! f feeders.. 874 2 5o 52 feeders.. 719
16 steers.... 887 3 10 2 rs. ... 875
HOGS There was enotlic grx-d run of
' hegs this morning, mnkir.g the receipts for
; the week considerably larger tlnn last
' week, and not fsr from the rcnrd nf
a year ago. The more liberal receipts have
caused prices to take a dowpwsrd ten
' dency. On Monday hogs "ld higher thsn
1 at the close of lhs previous week, but
' the averase of all the sa'e ysierdy wss
NEW YORK, Dec. 13 M ETA LF -There
was a higher market for tin In In'ni,
with sHit c'rslng at 19ti 17s d and fu
tures st 10; 6s; loi-ally the market wis
quiet and a liule higher In synip-ithy with
the foreign advance- spot win quo'el at
$42 874 b'1 nnd $41" nsked. Copper was
lower in London, wlt spot cl'islmr at 1-6
15s and futures nt l'i Ida; hicillv. how
ever, the market was higher, owin-j to
small offerings, with 'ake oint.d a, 3'0
23 25: electrolytic. $22.r,;u i, j 1.74; r-t'ni(.
$-".'.. 174o"2 K24. Lead wc firm and Mr
In lie local market with snot nnnte1 at
;$('.(V?i41iV The Ixipdun inntket ws h'tr -e-lalM.i.
at 19 7s 61. S:'0'tr was 2s 61 hi. -her.
I at 28. in L.nd.-n: 'octillv th-- -na-ke'. n il
I unchnriged. I -on was lower ju tlie Eng
I llsh market, with .Jt-indud fou;nly qu it" I
I at 2s Id snd Cleveland wa'TH'its nt (J '
14I; locally th- market wns fi-m anl
urcl-aneed. wl' Vi. 1 f mtnlrv mrfh-rn
quoted at v.'fiW. Nil. 2 f .nndry ro Hi.
I e' n i.7f.i2."5; N". ' f-undrc suiihe 11
$i'.r'Oi27.5o; No. 2 foundry soulhe n. S'.'.. 0
1 si'': ".
' ST L')UI. Wc u MKT' -I
Hteaily at ti'..'5; spelter, srcmly at M'D.
eastern. No. 1 clothing. JVffT'Je; vallev. ' ciotas x i..wi, .,......, . ""'
sWiCc. Territory, stsnle. scnnrd I Buyers fiarien i-ui din innrnim i.inni;.g
cut this mornin
kal fine Tlrft'T'c: fine mrtlnm -Or, ; nrtces tnsi were grncra.iy sijoui "t'lav,
medium. 65irif-. Territoty. ord isry, scoured ' b" m.w,.J !" 'hnt "i",r ,t-
basis, fine. rVSe: fine medium. ,lsic; I bsrn decline of the Isst two days a
medium. 4MMV:." Colorado and New Mxleo 1 reaction was due snd they were g'rsliv
a ab - . - 1 I .L.Inar . B B n It I 1 B n 1 A MA C V f A 1,1 Sl f f
snrlng scoureo A. omimc; mo. 1, "'istp. i ' "k , i," i .ii VI.. '
Pulled wools, scoured basis extra ii7ir; i 'e'n much inclined to sllow t.rice. to re-
eovrr imi .it .iuc- wmm . . a.-iw
in the morning.
It was u.iiis evineni
nn A. 63s7c; A supers. tvaic; B su-iers,
BT LOUIS. Dee lt.-WOOI-8teady;
medium grades combing and clothing 'iU
27c; light, flue l."lc; heavy, fine, U-ffltc;
tub washed, 12r4e.
NEW YORK. D-c 11 -SUGAR-Rsw,
steadv; fslr refining. 3t-14'it ll-S2c; centrlfu-
fl, K test. 1 13-1633 H-Hc; .nol.inues sugir,
1 -1 u 3 l-32c; refined steady; No. t, 4.3ec
Nc 7. 4tc: No. 8. 4 toe; No. t. 4 lie; No. lo.
4 06c; No. 11. 4c; No. 12. !?: No. 13, 1.90c;
that bin-era resllv
wanted the Lc ga snd e!!er nnlv forced .ordinary, 6i.ld;
them to raise their runs, si (hit the gen
eral market became rlsht s 4c hlsi-er
than yesterday's sversue market. In rthr
words, the hogs sold anywhere from steady
to 5c higher and when thij trade win i.nce
under way It wss falrlv sctlve. so thst
the hoss were prvtlcallr c'. sild hv mid
day. After the more loiportant orders were
filled the market eased off a I'tile. sn that
the last hrga thll arrived had to sell at
prices that were per lisps no better than
NEW YORK. De". 13 COTTOV -St.ot.
steady, 15 poln ndvnnre: r.ild'l'ri ui
lsn ls. 10. Cc: middling gulf, 10 :oc; sales
ST LOU1H. Mo.. Dec. 13 -COTTON
Quiet; mMdPrg. 1i4c: siles 27 bsle re
ceipts. 1 ITS bnl s; shipments, to I bll-'S
stock. 18.624 bales
NEW ORLEANS, Dec 13. COTTON
Sp't rl ee flr-r : siles. Tl'fi bale; ..w
ordinary. 44c. nominal: "rdlnirv, 7c nom
inal; good orrtlnsrv, g5-1V: low rcld'tin
!c: niMdllne. ot c; go-d -iMIllnr. 11 1-V'c
mldd'lng fair. USi-, i-.tIpsI- '..'r 121.,'
rrir-ts i?'4 bs'ea: stck. at--, vH'ea
I.IVERPOOI Oer VI -COTTON-Ppo- -
fair rl-rts-id- -l a utc-'-i nif-1 A'vr-.
inl.'d'lng fair- 8 7d: gfvid rn'ri-l'lns 5 f '
ml. dlli g. 6 cm: In"- Pild;!"nr. 6"d; g
or(linry, 5.4, d. The sal-
John R. Rlngwalt nnd wife to The
resa Conn iilfi-i, lots 0 and 7, Rem
ingten's ftub a
Thotuna Couglilnn to John R. Ring
AMile J. Si.ew to Jacob Kattleman,
lots 3 nnd 4. block 12 Omaha 1 .
Saiah 17. (iirrow to A'.exinder Gar
row, lot 7. block 8. llanscotn Plice.. I
John F. Morlurty et al. to Margaret
Moiiaitv, "4 lot 3. block 00,
ll.:.-il:;' f't, lot 11. Hock 11. E. V.
Sn-lll;s. ar.il 4 lot 3, block 2,
I.akc s Ad
John A. Paiton to Tetia Barton, lot
yj, All.iigl t Ayleswfirth's Add.. 250
Sinie to saiiie. lot 5. block 1. Burton'a
illliitil C. K lull 'ill', to Wlleon T. Gra
il, 111. lots 4 nnd 5. hloc'-t 10. Royd'a.. 400
c.rn.d L'.ramli-nhiire and w if 0 to
same, block 214, Florence 1.260
lie. en H. Clark to Laura E. Merrow,
1' is 2. 3. 4. 6. li, baiuk 3. Hamilton
Kr.al N. Tucks, a and wife to George
Now n.-s. lot M. block 1, Ilitnebaugh
I'attcrs.n's Ad I 00
Hush 8. Thomas and wife to Wsrren
fink Tfotnas, lots 11 and 12, block
ti. Bvndicat'i Mill 4vt
I'.'.lart (i. Fink to E. R. Hume, lot
3, I'nrrlKin Plate
Ch -.il'-s V. iiM iunf utul wife to Gert-
ru.l.- liti'l hoi. w4 lot 2. block 10,
Imi-k - ei S' l.l. n's 1,804
W.I.Ia-" A Duniiltig et al. Ii Rert-
ii.n D. Da'o,. h't 3, block 1. Ike
li.-lc I fv Kitik to Jclius Swohod i, lot
block 7, Allirislit's Annex, South
(l:.t. i''a .'
Fin - to panic !( t 10, block 7, Al-
t . r I i 1 1 Anti'-K, South Onuiha
.I.'l-ii V. McDonald to Hsrry V. A II-
wtie. lot f, b ork !S. KOunln PI ce
",: .'MS F. I.e to Harry W. Allwlne,
I . i
I!. N sh et nl.
ll I'. ( i'J ft lot
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No. 14. t 86c; confectioners' A. 4 60r; mould i yesterday.
-.'tlOr; cut lonf. 6 5n-; crushed, lnr- ins- A will b noted from the ssles -snw a'
deitd, 4. Isa.', granulaud, 4.W.U; cubes, I Ko. 1 considerable proiiortloa of the hogs acid at
7 h UUU) IJOM)!
with bonus of stock In thr"
1,1 Jl 1 1 ..11 I'l.UII .1 1,
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