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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. IMS,
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cablet Affain Refuic to Answer the
Domertie Demand. '
LIITLE WHEAT ON LOCAL VALUES
Mntn Feature Is Loral Demand and
.apply .prices Mastalaed, hut
. nidi TaklaB la Vcr
sl,r.M tnr:j; clear fibs. I10.IE4; short
.nr.. iii 07V
HCTTKH-iiteBUy; creamery. iJVi'UO1'.
KOU8 Higher; 13c, iw count.
Flour. bMs vi.mw in.oni)
Wheat, till V"
rn, bu JW uu 61.
Oats, bu ....ibft.ono 52,009
!KW YORK (iENEIIAI, MARKET
OMAHA, Dec. 3, 1
liu. in use J again today to answer
n uLiiitnii.' advance. Utile effect is
Lot lea on um local Values and the main
lesture Is tn local demand and supply.
Knees wera sustained, but profit uiKiiig
wns heavy at the Mgh points and checked
'i he corn market sympathised with th.i
advance In wheat, but the trading ruled
liartit and there la very little demand to
help values. .
Wheat was uneasy and a shade weaker
in lowtr foreign cables at the opening.
Strength developed later on henvy buying
on all decline and poor seeding reports
sent ptlcea stronger at the close. Iiecember
whim, nni'timl at Uuic ami closed at USSi'.
Corn firm with wheat and light receipts.
Selling la light and the general character
.01 tn market was alow and inactive. jny
buying at arts market readily, but all ail
.ranee wera met with selling orders. Le
cembec Corn opened at 56c and closed a
b64c. . .
: Primary receipts wer lhO.OnO bushels
and hlumrnta were 1,713.000 bushels, against
receipts last year of 880,0u0 bushels a
Shlnments rf 1 UCA ftlrt hirnnels.
Corn receipts were 846,0i bushels and
shipments . were 5R9.0O0 bushels, against
recelOLa hut vear-of 315.000 boshela and
shipments of 14.000 bushels.
Clearances wera &4.UU0 bushels Of corn,
4.0u0 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
e.mnl r ',? fMIO himhels.
Liverpool closed A lower on wheat and
l.AiUrl lriwr on corn.
Seaboard reported 6JO.0O0 bushels of wheat
taken for export.
Local raLge ot options:
Articles ! Open. HIh. Low. Closs.Tea y
Dec.... H 994 99
May... I0414 104V 1 044 1044
Dec... it B6 55 554
May... 664 67'. &4
Dec... 454 44 45 46
May... 184 494 184 494
Omaha ('ash Prices.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, fl.004ig1.014; No.
hard. 9tic(&Uj0; No. 4 hard, 7i98c; No.
COHN-No. 3. B6Vti8664c; No. 3 yellow,
ooW'ufc; No. 3 white, MfrWAc.
...... u T - o 1 I t . , A-.. A . - yjn 1 V.I
1 rr -r. 1.. a uiiaeu, viupw-.!, j
low, 47474e: No. white, 474SHc):; No. 4
white, 46-Vu47ic; standard, 4c.
RYE No. i, 714c; No. 8. 7tKa704c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chtesen . .... ' 61 184 78
MlnntnnntlH .... ItiS ...
Omaha 39 13 16
Duluth v..'.. ..114
CHICAGO (ill 4 IJf A.D PROVISIONS
T illarh Record Mark Established
.V" for. .May Wheal.
' CHICAGO. Dec. 3. For the third uo-
resalvn rtnv. wheat for May delivery estab
llshed a new high record mark for the sea
son, when It sold on the local exchange to
day for 11.10. . The market closed firm at
almost the top, with prices up 4a to V44fc
ciimrmred w in veeterdav s final uuotauona,
Corn and uats closed strong, but provisions
The wheat market today lacked the bull
Ish enthusiasm which had been manifested
the two previous sessions and the trade
durlna the. rrealer Dart of tha day was
Incline! -to riraar.
The tilth oolnt on the May optloa wbi
registered a short time prior to the close
and narAlri nn final transactions.
At the same time the July delivery
enualled' the hlah mar set yesterday, but
the Deeember delivery failed to reach by
Ue vestordav'a record t,. SI. 08. 1 here was
no evidence today of any support from the
leading; bulls, but on the contrary, it was
claimed that some of the big holder were
moderate sellers here and In, the wutn
western- markets.- The -upturn late In'ttie
dav was due chiefly to covering by snorts,
l.'nresponslve lone of European grain mar
Wets was one of the main weakening lnflu
.nr.! nrlces In nearly all of theae mar
kets bmng lower, with Liverpool showing
a decline of d. An orriclal prediction 01
ryi nr .now fur a larae Dart of the winter
wheat belt In this country was another
The nrlndoal bullish Influence was the
movement in the northwest. Ar
rivals today at Minneapolis and Duluth,
wero only i79 cars, compared with &a cars
1 h rnrrvinnnd ni dav u. year ago. Clear
ances of wheat und flour were equal to
M21 oju bushela. Moderate weakness was
.1 unlHve.l In the corn market early in th
.mi. hnr rtprlricd strenath developed later,
'the market closed strung, with prices tf
u... 1,1 .v.n above the urevlous close. . Final
uiniuttona on December were 634o and
i.LiiiH.iinaoie activity was manifested In
the . nits market and sentiment was bull
t.h th entire dav. The market close
mronu at the hiunest ixilnL of the day
wi:h tirlces up f(Hc. December closed
at 4'iU- und alav ti i."'aiilic.
imia in urovisions was dull and th
market was weak. Prices at the close
wr.e 7Vsie lower,
ii.e ieauiii features ranged as follows:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Constant Fluctuation of Prices
Market Makes'it Puzzling.
of lae Day on
t omwoitltlri, . ) 1
NEW YORK. Dec. 3-FLOCR-Recelpts,
31.V0 bblK. ; exports. 10,0 bhls dull, but
irmly held; Minnesota patents, SS.EVff
bo; Minnesota bakers. S4 IM.60; winter
stents. 147665.16; winter straights, S4o9
5: winter extras. Vt.tdrdiM: winter low
grades. IS 50&3 o. Rye flour, steady; fair to
good. 14 104 ; choice to fsniJy. I4.3SS4 SO.
Buckwheat flour, dull; 12 45.
HI't'KWHKAT-biill; stste, Sid. nomlnsl.
CORN M KA I. Rarely steady; fine white
nd yellow, Sl.KVifl.60.
RYE Dull; No. western. 3o, nominal,
. o. h. New York.
BARLEY, dull: mnltina. 6.V370C. C. I. f.
WHEAT Recelflts. M.000 bu.2 ettorts. 1H-
V) bu. Hpot Irreaular: No. 2 red. II 134i
14. elevator, and I! 14V. f. o. b.. afloat
No. 1 northern. Duluth. . 11.19. f. o. b..
afloat; No. 3 hard wlntef 1.1. t. o. b..
afloat. Hulls sustained the wheat market
up to noon by small northwest receipts,
nit sold in the Afternoon, weakening prices
about eio from the top. Rallies followed
near the close on bullish Kentucky state
reports and lsst prices were 'only 5o
not lower; December. H.1461.15; closed,
tl.14; May. closed, 11 IS.
CORN Receipts. 3T-.Q0O bit.: spot easy:
No. 2, 70o. to arrive, elevator and 70c
spot, afloat, f. o. b. Opening of market was
weak, closing net. unchanged; December
closed, 7oc; May, closed 7oc," July closed,
OATS Receipts M.000 bu.! exports. 4.176
bu. Hpot firmer; mixed, lbs., 64tfi4c;
natural white, iy.'Rf lbs., 6&&67c; clipped
white, SVu-tt lbs., &6Wilc.
HAY Kirm: shlDDlng. oQc: good to
HIDBS-8teady; Bogota 192T20C: Central
America, Znc '
LEATHER Quiet; acid. 23ftSc.
PROVlSlONfcV Beef, steady; cut meats
easy; pickled hams, yo'ioo. Lard easy;
western, I9.60i9.ti0; refined quiet. Pork
rirsts, 2Kt:; held
( HLKSh Firm : state full cream, sne.
clals. MVcfloVac; September, small, colored
or white, fancy. 14c; large, 14c; October,
large and small, best, 13c; late made,
small, best. 13c; good to prime, Uft&'lK? ;
common to fair, lotflllVxc; skims, full to
I :!(. I' inn; slate, jf ennsyivnnla, and1
nearby fancy, selected "-white. 504iG2c: fair
to choice, 40(ti4Sc; brown and mixed, fancy,
40iHLV; fair to choice, 333c.
I'Ol'LTRY Alive, firm: spring chickens.
12c; fowls, 12c; turkeys, 13c. Dressed, un
settled; western spring chickens. U'jiaoc;
fowls, lOSjlOc; nprlng turkeys, 10217c.
AfcJVV I OHK , Dec. 3. Sl.UAR Raw.
steady; fair refining, . 3.42o;' centrifugal, 96
test, 3.92c; molasses stgar, 3.17c; refined,
MOLAB8E8 Steady.-,. ;v
TUB 4SRAIN BELT
Cloudy and Poaalblr Snow and Colder
OMAHA. Dec. 2. 1908.
The weather has become aenerallv cloudv
throughout the central valleys and western
portion, and light snows are general In the
soutnwest. The pressure is high over the
east and south, and temperatures have
continued to fall along the Atlantic sea
board and In the gulf stales. A very dc
elded and general rise In temperature is
shown this morning from the lake region
west .to the Pacific slope. The pressure
Is very unevenly distributed over the moun
tain district, with an area of high movltia
in over tna extreme northwest, and the out
look is favorable for cloudy and unsettled
weather in this vicinity, with possibly
snow tonignt or fTiday, and colder rlday
Omaha record of temperature and precipi
tation, compared with the correspondinc
day 01 me last tnreo years:
1908 1907 1908 1908
Minimum temperature.,... 23 23 34
Precipitation 4.. . .W T .00 ,W
Normal temperature for today, 31 de
Deficiency .la precloitauon since Jdarcb 1,
Deficiency corresponding period In . 1907.
o.hs inches. ,-...
Deflclnencjr corresponding period In 1908,
t.ae inches. u. a. wislbh,
' Local Forecaster.
ew Bond Issues Continue to Be
Announced and Rankers R ,
port Large Demand for
NEW YORK, lec. 3. The constant fluc
tuation of prices In today's stock market
made It puxxllng to discern til prevailing
tone of the speculation.
The pressure to sell was much less pro
pounced than late yesterday. This fart
formed the basis for some efforts to get
prices to a high level, which as often were
frustrated by the dying out of the demand
as prices got deerer. Lm the occaalonal de-
llne there develoDed a sufficient demand
to check the tendency and rally ' prices. The
money mirn'i snowed the firmer tone
which developed earlv this week in connec
tion with the December settlements, the
requisition on banking resources on account
of new security Issues and the gnld export.
van mans advanced to 3 Der cent. Oovcrn-
ment operations throuarh the sutftreasurv
aVA taken from tlm linnkl Rln,ia Ihn lnt
bank statement SB.BKa.ofin including a wlth-
rawai or aovernment denoets with the
anas earlv in the week. I'Avment for the
old shipped to France todav is not Include l
in me withdrawals to date. The slight ef
fect produced on the forelrn exchanee mar-
ei uy me a-oifl shlnment makes It ev dent
that fnrther shlnments will he- made
New bond issues continue to he announced
nd bankers report a large demand for their
iterings. Indicating the Bond anDetlte of
capital for these Investments.
A 11u.wn.om nan c oat on bv New York
ankers In the BrasTliati coffee loan was
nnounreii todsv Th at lmi x. Ran
1 ranclsco financing was considered todav
more on Its merits snd aside from the
peculatlve excess of the effect of the Inci
The irood Influence of the meAna tho an.
surea ror sustaining a widespread and Im
portantly connected rai road nronertv was
recognized In lta bearlno linon ffenern.1 ron-
ui 110ns as wen as upon the property con
cernsrl. There was selling hero of stocks
for foreign account In spite of the easier
tone of the Iondon discount market, based
on the failure to advance to the official
discount rate of the Bank of England. In
coming reports of railroad net earnings for
October It is Indicated that the September
rate or improvement was not fully main
amcd at that time either in the aross or
the net. the decrease tie Inn larirer and the
increase in net, ny curtailment of operation
xpenses. smaller than In the ear ler com
parisons. The latest returns of gross earn
ngs for November also show, comparing
wun me lasi year wnen the depression ne
gan to make Itself felt, no growth in the
rate of Increase over earlier periods.
united states steel mi Id below 64 for the
first time since the week of the national
lections. No reason was given for the
pedal strenrth shown bv the Oould arouD.
ureal isortnern preferred and a few others
n most cases last prices were but little
hanged from the day before.
Bonds were lrreaular. Total sales, par
value, 15,675,000. I'nlted States bonds were
unchanaed on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stucKS were:
. Kansas City Uraln and Provisions
KANSAS CITY. Dec. 3. WHEAT-
I nchanged to lc higher; December, Sl.OO;
May, 11.03; July, 97c- Cash: No. Z hard
ll.oSHtrl.OfiVi; No. 3 hard, 99c61.03,4; No. :
red. 31.09: No. 3 red. 11.08.
CORN lo higher; December, 68c; May,
58c; July, 6Xc. Cash: No. 2 mixed, 80c;
No. 8 mixed, 60c: No. 3 white, 6t&80c;
No. 3 white, eSMriftOc.
OATS-Cnchanged; No, 2 white, 45Q60c;
iso. z mixen, iVi(Hc.
HAY Choice timothy, firm at I9.7K
lO.ou; choice prairie, 50c higher at S8.6O13
BCTTER Unchanged to c higher
creamery, uc; one King stock, lc.
EVJGB Firm; fresli extras, 33c; current
Wheat, bu. 4fi,0O9 38.000
Corn, bu 2.000 7,000
Oats, bu 8.000 11,000
Options at Kansas City!
Articles. I Open. I High. Low Cloae. Yes'y.
1 1 '!
1 05 I 15 I 1 0&! 1 0
I- I I
1 10il09-) 1 10 1 1 Wu
1 W1 1 08,1-, 103'-
1 18 (l 18 1
18 2l 10 diVHl
1 : 1
I Open. I High. I Low. Close.
I I I
&9j 1 00 I 99l
.1 03 . 1 03'l C2
67l 58 I 671 6S
68. ,68e -6758U
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Deo. 3. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 33c; nearby
E(HJ8 Steady; Pennsylvania and qther
nearby firsts, free - rases. 34c, at mark
current receipts, returnable cases. 33c
at mark; western, frej) cases, 340. at mark
current recupis jje, ai mara. ,
CHEESE Firm: New York full creams
choice, 14!aHc; fair to good, 13dpl3c.
FLOl'R Steady: winter patents, 14. 40ft
4. Hi; straights. 4 k!i4 clears, S3.7oi4.00;
spring specials, taken 6.20; patents, Jo.lfiy
6.0; straights, S3 9t ti4.7&: bakers. I.75h4.00.
WHEAT No. 3 spring, 81 07ffl 10; No. 3
spring. Woo.oU.07; No. 2 red,. $l.iii'l.n.
CORN-No. t 62eti2c; No. 3 yellow, 82
. OATS No. 3, 49c; No. 2 white, 51c; No. 3
RYE No. 1, 73374c.
BARLEY Ooo4f feeding, 59c; fair to choice
SEEDS Flax, No. 1 northwestern, 11.44.
Timothy, prime, 83.85. Clover, contract
grades. 19 SO.
PROTISIONSShort ribs, sides (loose).
S8.124f8-5 Pork. mess, per bhl., 114 50
14 62. Lard, per 100 lbs., 19.17. Short clear
ides (boxed), S8.76C09.Oo.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments ot flour and grain:
Flour, bbls 41.m j 200
Wheat, bu 46.0n 7.5no
Corn, bu 213.4HU 473
Oats bu 171.0ii 210,i
Rye. bu .. .....
Barley, bu 67.li) 2!. son
On the Produc exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, 22'aWc;
dairies, Ht Eggs, firm; at mark, cases
tiulutted, :4t(?7c; firsts. 3V; prime firsts, 31c.
Cherse, steady. 13tll5c.
at. Louis Ursersl Market.
V ST. I3C16. Dec. I. WH FT Ififher;
track. No. 2 red. cash. 11.0891.09; No. 1 nard,
Sl.U44rl.OT; recember, 11.06; May. Sl.10.
CORN Higher; track, No. J cash. 62c;
No. S whiW, 64c; December. tXc; May,
OATtwHIgher; track. No. 3 cash. 61c;
No. 2 white. 62'56c; December, 4ifJ49"Bc;
RYE Nominal; 78c.
FLOUR Firm; red winter patents. I486
tifc.lO; extra fancy and gtraltht, S4.2&64.75;
clear, S9.6m " I
BKED Timothy. 83.50413.36.
CORNMEAL S3 20.
POULTRY-eWesk; chickens. 9c; springs,
lc: turkeys.. 13c; ducks. 8c; geese, 7c.
BRAN Dull; tacked, east track. 81 02
HAY Steady; timothy. S8.6014M; prai
se. 0111 W.
IRON COTTON TIES $1. Oil. '
'HEMP TWINE 7c.
PPOYISlONSt-Pork, lower. ' jobbbig,
81813. Lard lower; prime steam. Sa.OnnJ
a oT. Diy salt meats, unchanged: boxed,
extra shorts, 197: clear ribs. 75; n.iori
Mlnneapolle Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Dec. S- WHEAT
December, Sl.o; May, 31.13: cash, No,
1 hard. Sl.12: No, 1 northern. 11.11: No
2 northern. L09S4-; No. 3 northern, 1W
1.H. . .
BEED-Flax. closel at $1.42.
BRAN In bulk. 118.76.
FUCR Strong: first patents, 88.6066 90
second patents. 15.405.66; first clears, 14.20
35.4u; second cleurs, 3.3iIl.W.
Liverpool Uraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Dec J. WHEAT Spot,
rirm; .No. 2 red. wetrn wlnttr, as id. r'u
tures, fluiet; DeCSrabeT,, 8a: March, 7s 9Vid
May, 7s &d. : ' V - i
CORN Spot. steady;' Amarlcan mixed
new, (via Galveston , Rs 9d. Futures
dull; January, 6s 6U Marcjir 6d.
Mllnaukee irln Market.
MILWAI KKE.- Wjeu Dec. !J),-WHBAT-
riigner; na. 1 norxnern, i.7;; no. 4 norm
ern. S1.I0471 1; Msy, 1.10 bid.
I'ORN Steady: Mav. t3ii,(u3'c. asked
BARLEY Higher; standard, tc; sample,
I'eorla Market. ; V-' -
PEORIA. Dec. S.-iCORN-Lower;" Ko.
yellow. tAi&tjic: No. 3 yellow. 60c; No.
80c ; No. 4. 5SV59c.
OATS Firm ; No. t white, ' ; No.
Toledo Weed Market.
-iwi.bijo. Dev. 3 SEED Clover, cas
and December. 15.87; February. S.77c
niarcn. to.ne; prima aislge, IS.OO.
NEW YORK. c. 8 COFFEE Future
rinsed steady net tnchangud to 6 point
lower, bales were reported of 4oi0 bags
including ueremuer at 6.0iBo loc, Januar
ai 6.10c, March at 5.2v. May nt f.25c and
September at 6.i6aSr. The world s vlsl
Me supply statement shows a decrease f
the month of November of 60.1SB bags, mak
Ing the visible supply December 1 18,311', $70
bags, as agaiasi io.aiu.sts last year. Spot
(julet; 1NO. ( mo, ot . rso. 4 Hantos, i
8c. Mild, dull: Cordova, 4f12e.
TOLEIX). O.. Dec. S-OIL--North Lima
II f 4 Booth l.lnia ana inaiana. 9:1c.
NEW ORLEANS, Deo. a. COTTONSEED
OIL Refined, ill bttfiels. per pound. 6.UY
SAVANNAH. 9K Dec. 3,-OlLr-Turpen
tine. 3-e: shipments. 60 bbls.
KOtilN Firm; sales, S.M8 bbls.: receipts,
;,t9 bbla; sliipiiirata. l,v- Will ; stock,
1M.75 bbls. B. i! ii3.G6.. 11. I3.0mb3 10. E,
rt io3 lo: F. 13 ij.! 10: ' tl. S.l-U.i3.15; H,
:; 4; I. H 14. rt, 6 1; M,' S.M0; N,
Am. c k F
Am. C. & F. pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
Am. Irs Rerurttles
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. 8. a R
Am. 8. ft R. pfd
Am. Bugar Raflning
Am. Tobmrco pfd
Anaoonda Mining Co
Atlantic Coast Lin
Baltlmora ft Ohio
Dal. ft Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Cantral Leal her
Central Leather pfd.
, 18.600 M
ersl fund, exclusive of the Slso.nnnnfW gold
reserve, shows: Available rash baUnce.
14h.8i.v7; gold coin anl bullion, J.T.iSB;
gold certificates, S.rS.3e.iO.
Boston Stocks and Roads.
BOSTON. De S. Money, call losns, 2fi
per rent; time losns, 31M per cent.
C osing prices on stocas and bonds war as
1 Arlarna Com xs
f Atlsntlr I7
Ati-hlnn R. R ...
PoMtnn ft Alhanr
Puiitnn ft Maine..
Boutin F.levstsd .
Ftlchburg pfd . . . .
Am. Af. Chm.
Am. Pneii. Tuba..
Amar. Surar .....
do pfd ;
Am, T ft T ......
Amir. W'oolan ...
' do pfd
Pemtnlon I. ft 8.
Kdiarin Kler. Ills.
General F.iectrlc .
I tilted Fruit
Vnltad 8. at.......
V. 8. 8tMl
A lionet 1...
. ! Hutte Coalition
...I'll1, Cat. ft am, ma
...24 (al. ft Harla ...
Copper Rants ..
...IM tlv west
. . .1TH Franklin
... Si Oranhr
... sa nrvne Cananaa
...in Main. Mlnlns ..
,.. 90 Wont. C. ft C .
a & Nrvada
., tl nil Dominion
... fH ahannon
...ISO tnltad Ooptr .
.... r.9'4 V . 8. Mining...
... t V. 8. Oil
... hi t'lah
,...114 Victoria .
.... I Wolr-Hna
.... 84 North Butt ....
. . 2J4
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Show More or
HOGS CONTINUE ON DOWN GRADE
London Money Market.
LONDON, Dec. S.-iAmerlcsn securities
were dull and heavy during the early trsd
Ing today. At noon prices generally were
from (3s below yesterday's New York
Indon eiosmg stnea quotations:
Conaola, monay. ...M 11-14 M., K. A T
do account WH N. Y. ('antral
Ai.aconda Kv4.Norfolk ft W
Atchlaon ....lOO do pfd
do pfd r.v. 104 Ontario ft W
nalMmore A Ohio.. ..110 PannayUanla
Canadian Pacific. ... . 17 Rand Mine
Chaaapeaka -O . 4HS Kradlnx
Chicago u. W logoutharn Br
Chi.. Mil. ft 8t. P...1MH do pfd
pa Baara lHSutharn Pacific...
Danrcr 4 RIO O M"4 fnlon Pacific
do pfd do pfd
Erie t'. 8. Steal
do lat pfd 4a do pfd
do td pfd lHWtiah
Brand Trunk do pfd
Illinola Central lolto9pantih 4a
Loiillll ft N UUWAmal. Copper
SILVER Bar, steady Bt 22d per ounce.
MONEY lu2 per cent.
The rate vt discount In the open market
for short bills Is 2fr3 6-lt per cent; for
three months' bills, 3 3-1842 per cent.
New York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3 Closing quotations
on mining stocks:
Hrunawick Con I
Com. Tonnal atock... 2
Com. Tunnel bonda. .. 17
Con. Cal. ft Va 72
Horn Silver "0
Iron Silver 100
I.lltle Chief ...
Yallow Jacket .
. . so
Ing at the wool .
amounted to 12.595
new clips. HiiUliug
Sheep and lamlii of tiood ttnalltf
Artlvr Sellers at Falls' Steady
Priors Inferior Kinds ot
SOl'TH OMAHA, Dec. 3, 1.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Mondav 4.8W 7.124 .M7
Official Tttesdnv 6.fM 8.M7 8.7HO
Official Wednesday b.Oil . 13.717
Estimate Thursday 4,000 17,4"0 ll.riOO
Four days this week...:t.901 42.M7 41.834
Same days lsst week... .80. V3 3. $71 2t.8-"8
Same davs 2 weeks aso. .2t.35 7.97J 87.(78
Same days 3 Weeks ago..Z3.Kl 27.41 6.:tfl
Same davs 4 weeks ago.. 11. 441 18.28.! 33.!31
Same days last year ....18,1!8 2.l!-J 2ti,2Mt
The following table shows the receipts of
cattlo. hoas and sheeu Bt South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
price of hogs at South Omaha fur the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1908. ll07.190.19o5.1904.1903.19oa.
6 7 i
6 61 1
4 08i 6 121 4 66! 4 49J
I 6 061 4 891 I
3 S51 14 J-'l 4 48
4 07 6 00 14 63
4 26 8 02
I 6 17
4 3j I
4 60 8 04'
a 8 06
4 64 ! 6 08
4 7a, 4 4't
4 (kit 4 4
4 tl 4 4.1
4 4H 4 42
'1 lie uiiicial nuiuoer of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was as fol
Cantral of New Jarsey 2U
Chicago Great W ...
Chicago ft N. W...
C. M. ft Bt. P
C C. ft St. 1. 200
Colorado P. ft I I.31U
Colorado A 80 ",3o0
Colo, ft 80. lat Pfd l.l'lO
Colo, ft 80. 2d pfd 2.700
Conaolldatad Oaa 1,500
Corn Prodncta loo
Xalaware ft Hudaon 300
Denver ft Rio Grande 4,3
D. ft R. O. Pfd 1,000
rilrtlllera' gecuritlas l'
Erla lat pfd 800
Erie 2d pfd
Oaoaral Klactrlc, ei-dlv.... I.S'lO
Ureal Northern pfd H
Great Northern Or ctfl 6.300
Illinola Central 4,000
Inter bo rough Mat 700
Int. Mat. pfd 400
International Paper mo
Int. Paper pfd KO
International Pump Duo
Kanaaa City Bo 8,i
K. C. Ro. pfd
liulavllla ft N 6i0
Minn, ft St. L 100
M., Bt. P. ft 8. 8. M 40
Mlaanurl Pacific 11.40
M., K. ft T K,700
M.. K. ft T. pfd l.im
National Lead 2.8'"
Now York Central 4,7i
N. Y O. A W 6.100
Norfolk ft Weatern 0
North American JOO
Northern Pacific 23.500
Paclflo Mall 6,400
People' a Oa 1,100
p . r . C ft St. L
Preaaed Slaal Car 100 18 3a
Pullman Palace Car
Railway 8teel Spring
Republic Steel "0
Reuub lc meal pta
Rock Island Co 14
Rock Inland Co. pfd 33.3tiO
Rt. L. ft 8. r. fd pfd 1.600
8t. Lou I a 8 W 7"0
8t. L. S. W. pfd 700
Sloaa-Sheffield 8. ft 1
Southern Paclflo 89,100
80. Paclflo pfd I.000
Southern Railway 7.70
80. Railway pfd 3,300
Tenneeaoa Copper 800 ,
Teaa ft. Pacific 1.100
T., St. U ft W
T., Bt. L ft W. pfd 800
I nlon Pacific 138,700
I'nlon Pacific pfd f")
V. 8. Rubber 400
V. S. Rubber lat pfd l'O
1). B. Staal 141.
V. 8. Staal pfd 10.800
Utah Copper 800
Va. -Carolina Chemical 400
Va.-Caro. Cham, pfd
Wabaah pfd .7W
W'aatlnghouae Electric 3,rK
Weetara Lfnlon 8"0
W healing ft L K l l0
Wlaconaln Cantral cM
Am. T. ft T 18 t
Total aalas for the day.
3. WOOL The offer
auction sales today
bales, Including many
was animated at firm
prices and home and continental spinners
were the chief- purchasers. There was a
keen demand from Americans, especially
for light, greasy merinos and fine cross
breds, which' were occasionally dearer.
Scoured Victorians realised 2s Id. Next
week 77,8f-9 bales will b offered. Today's
sales follow: New South Wales, 3,2"0 bales;
Scoured, lsrffls' 7d; greasy, 4d(f3ls ld.
greasy, 6sf3ds Id. Victoria, 1,000 bales,
si-oured. Is ld'2s Id; greasy, llylls 3d;
South Australia, 1,600 bales, greasy, 6d3
lod; Went Australia, l,4oo bales; greasy,
7d(jiliid; New Zealand, 1,3(0 bales; scoured,
7druis 6d; greasy, HiKuM; Cape of Good
Hope and Natal, 2,W bales; scouted, la
3drnls 8d; greasy, 3d'0d.
BOSTON, Dec. 3. WOOLAlthough the
vivacity of the local wool mantel has de
clined to some extent, trading continues
along broad lines and with prices strong
in all grades. Manufacturers report a good
outlook. The leading domestio quotations
range as follows:
Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces: XX 82'3
33c; X, 31032c; No. 1 washed, 34(g35c;.
No. 2 washed, 34'935c; fine unwashed, 2Ka
22c; half-blood combing. 28fc-29c; three-eights-blood,
(combing, 27(&28c; quarter
blood, cotnblnx ' 26(6 27c; delaine, washed,
SnCu'itic; delaine, unwashed. 2Ji29c. Mlchl.
gan, Wisconslit, New York fleeces: Fine
unwashed, 2txaHfi? delaine, unwashed, 23
26c; half-blood. 3 unwashed. 25&26c; three-etghths-blood,
unwashed, 25$ 28c; quarter
blood, unwaslteoX ' B44('25c. Kentucky, In
diana and Mlsair;' 'hree-elghths-blood,
J7fK!ic- ' quartelthlood. 2&327c. Scoured
values: Texss fine,' twelve months. 68
60c; fine, six 'to eight months, 50&62c;
fine, fall, 48ajoOr. 'Cslifornla, northern, 62
63c; middle counties, 4846c; southern, 37((f
38c; fall free, 4042c. Oregon, eastern No.
1 staple, 68ig)c: eastern No. 1 clothing, 48
(550c; valley. No. 1. 40fr48c. Territory, fine
staple, 60t&)63c;. fine medium, staple. 67Sr59c;
fine clothing, WaWc; fine medium clothing,
49i&62c; half-blood, M(fi67c; three-elKhths-blood,
624T54C; quarter-blood. 4749c. Pulled,
extra. 58B62C; fine, A, 50fc65c; A Supers.
ST. LOUIS, Due. 3. WOOL Firm: me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 17'g22c',
light fine, ltWil7c; heavy fine, 12'ol4c; tub
C, M. & St. I 4 12
Wabash 3 5 2
Missouri Pacific 1 6
I'nlon Pacillc 31 H3 1
C. At N. W., east 6 5 2..
C, & N. W.. west : 47 i
C, St. P., M. 0 7 8 2
C, B. Ai Q., east 4 5 10
C, B. & g., west 61 tii 22 1
C, R. 1. & P., east.... 8 7 2..
C, R. 1. Ac P.. west 2
Illinois Central 5 4 1
Chicago O. W 6 4 2
Total receipts 16) 237 49 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of bead Indicated:
New York Money
NEW YORK. Dec. 3. MONEY Frlme
mercantile paper, 3tpt per cent; on call,
firmer, 2a3 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per
cent; cloelng bid. 2 per cent; offered at 3
per cent; time loans, somewhat firmer;
sixty days, 2'dS per cent; ninety days, 3
per cent; six months. 8 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 14.8465
for sixty-day bills and at 14.8670 for de
mand; commercial bills. S4.84'j4 84.
SILVER Bar. 48c: Mexican d liars. 45c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on New York bonds
were as follows:
.101 eHock. Va!. 4i.
.104 Int. Mat. 4a. ...
.101) L,. ft N. unl. 4l
.100 Uan. r. g. 4a. ..
.IB, Hot. Central 4.
.111 do lat tnr
. 7.aeHlnn. ft gt. L.
.108 U . K. ft T. 4a..
.luu do 2a
. 3 aN. R. R. of M.
1"!N. Y. C. g. 3a ..
.! N. J. C. g. 6a
. No. Pacific 4a
.100 do la
. 4e.N. ft W. c. 4l ..
. 71 ao. g. u rfdg. 4a.
1'4) Penn. cv. 3a 116
. 77 do rou. 4a
. 63 Reading gen. 4a...
. 63 Rep. of Cuba fw. .
04 t. I,, ft I M c
unchanged; 1-Jk.ed ex-j.li; WG. r.4t'; WW, f.5u.
V. 8. raf. to.
V. 8. la. rag..
4o coupon ...
D. S. aa. rag.,
4o couron ..,
ado adj. 4a
do rv. 4s
do cv. 6s
Atlantic C. L. 4a..
Pal. ft Ohio 4a
Brk. K T. cv. 4a..
CHltral of Ga. 6s ..
ado 1st inc
do 2d Inc
ado Id Inc
Chee. ft Ohio 4a.,
Chicago ft A. a..
v.. ll ft Q n. 4s.,
C.. It I. H. 4a...
do col. 6s
do rfJg 4a
avc. ft St. L g. '
Colo. - Ind. 6a
Colo. Did 4a
Colo, ft 80. 4a
aixl. ft H. cv. 4s
. ft R. O. 4s
Brie . I. 4a
eo gan. 4a
do 24 aarlea
,. 77 lit. L.
. M St. L. 8. W. c. 4a
.. ,6 Seaboard A. L. 4a..
. 68 i. So. Paclflu 4a
. r) do 1st 4a
1. f 8. Railway 6a
. 76Teiaa ft P. Is
. 4T , Bt. I., ft W. 4a
.. i t'aion Pacific 4a
.114 do cv. 4s
.. M P. S. Steal td 6a...
.. e Wabaah la
. 73 W eatern Md. aa
. . 62 Wle. Central 4s
.. N. Y . N H ft 1
. Kr rv. a cits
Lake Shore 4a 1131.
c 4a 11
V. fg. 4a. 83
WASHINGTON. Dec. STodaj's stalo
uieut of the trvasuxy balauvoj in lh guu-
ST. LOI'IS, Dec. S COTTON-3iliel;
mliidllng, 9c; sales. 110 bales: receipt.,
uuics; auipinents, Dales; stock,
NEW YORK. Dec. S COTTON-Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 9.35c; mid
dling gulf, 8.60c; sales. 1.600 bales. Futures,
closed barely steady; December, 9.20c; Jan
uary. 8.Wc; February. 8.87c; March, 8.88c;
April, 8.S80; May, 8.93c; June, 8 87c; July,
8.87c; August. 8-Sc; October. 8.5Sc.
GALV ESTON, Texas, Dec. 3. COTTON
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 3. COTTON
Spot was quiet and easy. Quotations re
vised: Middling unchanged at 6c; low
middling and below reduced c; good mid
ding and above advanced 1 l-16c. Futures
opened quiet at nn advance of 8(65 points
on a sudden bulge In the Llverpoool mar
ket. After th first call prices advanced
until the active months stood at a net ad
vance of 6'rf7 points. Here the bull side
found the hard spot It had been waiting
for and some little relaying was done, with
the result that the market sagged off until
It stood a COUIlle of Clinta helow venter.
day's closing on some months. Toward
the close prices were affected by the re
vision In spots, which tends to make a bet
tor contract. The close was quiet and
steady, with prices unchanged to net 2
points down. Cotton future closed quiet
and steady. Closing bids: lecember, 8.7c;
January, 8.78c; March 8.84c; April, 8.86c,
nominal; June, 8.90c, nominal: July, 8.97c.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.-EVA PORATED
APPLES The market was a shade easier
In tone and offers for December delivery
of prime fruit are reported around 6o.
Fancy are quoted nt 8o on spot, choie
at THfic, prime. at 6(fj77c and old crop
fruit at 4ft 6c.
DRIED FRl'IT Prunes are arriving
more freely, but there nppfars to be no
accumulation and the market was firm,
with quotations ranging from 4c to 7s,c
for California up to 350 to 400, and from
6c to 7c for Oregons. Apricots nrc In
light supply, with choice quoted at 9t
extra choice at 10fTloc and fancy at lift
llc. Peaches are quiet, with choice
quoted at 7ij7c. extra choice at 7Vw3
and fancy at 8.flUc. Ralnns are firm,
although no Improvement Is reported In
demand. Ixiose muscatels are quoted nt
54i choice to fancv seeded at WaHc,
seed lean at 4Sc and London layers at
Omaha racking Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co......
Armour & Co
Cudahy. Sioux City
8. & S
Vansant & Co
Carey & Benton
Uibman & Rothchlld....
W. I. Stephen
Hill & Son
F. P. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Husz
McCreary & Carey
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hagerty & Co
F. O. lnghram
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
418 2.793 8S0
990 4.WV2 1.193
1,429 3.7'W 1.467
349 6.I06 871
330 .... 4.8S9
numbered 160 cars
for trris time
6.615 18.1R1 9.56'
receipts this, morning
which was a fair run
of the week. The quality
did not averago up any too
NEW YORK. Dec. S.-METALS-The
Ix'mlon tin market was 7s higher, w th
spot quoted at 134 and future's at 136.
The local market was quiet at 120.26, .Cop
per was unchanged at 63 for spot In the
London market, but futures were a shade
lower at 63 ICS 9d. The local tnarket was
dull, wllh lake quoted at 114. 37t 14.60,
electrolytic at 14.12J?14.25 and casting at
114 "ir-nM. 12. Isd wa higher at 13 3d
in 1-oikIoii. The local martlet was dull at
t4.2rg4.30. Spelter whs unchanged at 21 is
In Lciiirbn and at I5.lbya.tt In New York.
The English Iron market was lower, with
standard foundry quoted at 47s 7d and
Cleveland wurrants at 4s 7d. L.ically
the market was unchanged, with No 1
northern foundry quoted at S17.(stl7 60 No
2 northern foundry at 116.755) 17.25 and No i
southern and No. 1 southern soft at 817 2Vd
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, lc. 3.-DRY GOODS The
market holds steady, with the demand in
the tirimury division less active. Jobbers
are doing a seasonable trade. In the men's
weur division storks of fancy overcoatings
are at a luw ebb and sigs for fall 1909
have been sold freely by one prmilnent
agent. Raw silk is unchanged. Staple hog
ieiy for fall IM will be opened next week.
Dolnlh Grain Market.
DI'Ll'TII. Dec. S. WHEAT No. 1 north
ern. Si ll ; No. 3 northern, 11.09; December,
31.08: May. $1.12.
good; that is, there were not many cattl
that could be described as really desirable
killers. At the same time other market
points were pretty well supplied and ad
vices generally were rather discouraging
There seemed to be more or less weaknes
all along the line. The result was that th
trade locally was by no means uo.ive and
the morning was quite well advanced be
fore- very much business was transacted
The trade In beef steers was not overly
active at any time, although there seemed
to be considerable inquiry for the bette
grades. The market as a whole might be
described as steady to 10c lower than yes
terday. The market ond cows and heifers was In
about the same condition as the steer mar
ket, that la the movement was rather slow
and there seemed to be a luck of life and
snap to the trade. Prices In Some cases
looked about steady and others fully 10c
Good feeders were steady, the same as
they have been every day this week, while
the inferior kinds were slow and hard to
Quotations on rattle: Good to choice
corn-fed- steers, S6.4oaj.26; fair to good
corn-fed steers, $..4of(i6.4n; common to fair
corn-fed steers, $4.0X(j3.4o; good to choice
range steers, So.26ii6.0u; fair to good range
steers, S4.OiXii4.50; good to choice corn-fed
cows and heifers, t4.004i4.65; good to choice
grass cows and heifers, H.u'iu-'.ia; fair to
good grass cows and heifers, $2.SSti3 60;
common to fair grass cows and heifers,
J2.2f''(t!ll45; gootl to choice Blockers and
feeders. SI. 60416. 25; fair to good stockcrs
and feeders, S3.7ofa4.50; common to fair
stock. and feeders, S2.76U'3.75; stock heif
ers. 8i...7J.H; veal calves, $2.6tKtj6.75; bulls,
stags, etc., S2.26.fj4. 25.
HOGS Receipts of hogs this morning
were the largest that they have been since
Wednesday of last week. The reports
from other selling points Indicated heavy
runs generally, with prices lower all along
the line. I'ndcr such conditions It whs
not surprising thai the market at this
point was slow to open and that the morn
ing was well advanced before buyers and
sellers really got down to buslnem. Prices
were generully JOfaloc lower than yester
day. Some of the best hogs possibly did
not show that, much decline, but on the
other hand, there were plenty that showed
fully that loss. A good many of the hogs
went at $5. 00:06. 75 and on up as high as
$5.85, whereas yesterday S5.7oii6.S5 bought
must of the hogs, with a top at $5.95.
SHEEP hecelpta of sheep were quite
liberal this morning, but the proportion 01
strictly good killing stuff was by no means
large. At the same time, the demand was
quite brisk and the market on good, fut
sheep and Iambs opened early with fully
aleady prices prevailing. The offerings for
the most part changed hands In very short
time. Good fed western lambs sold up as
high as $6.65, which was 6c higher Ihun
anything brought yesterday and the high
est of any time since last July. Yearlings
sold up to $5.60, with a pretty decent kind
of ewe at $4.25. All in all it was a good,
healthy and entirely satisfactory market
so fur aa good kinds were concerned. As
noted yesterday, common and Inferior kinds
are slow sale, packers buying them only
when compelled to by a shortage In the
supply of the better grades.
Good feeders were fair sellers at steady
prices. Good ewes sold as high as $3.25.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs, $6.16(6.bo; fair to good lambs,
5.7M16.15, feeding lumbs, $4.25i660; good to
choice light yearlings, $5.ui'i6.60; good to
choice, heavy yearlings, $4.6UU616; feeding
yearlings, $4.00o 4.&0; good to choice weth
ers, $4.6trfi4.90; fair to good wethers. $4.f
4.5o; feeding wethers, $3.604i4.0U; ood to
choice ewes, $4.0Oi(4.6O: fair to good ewes,
$3.25'u4.U); feeding ewes, $2.0u'e3.26; culls and
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The completion of the Spokane, Portland & Se
attle H'y between Pasco, Wash. on the. Northern
Pacific main line and Portland, Ore., along the
. . north bank of the Columbia Kiver, has greatly
changed railroad geography in the .northwest.
Through train service has been established between
Spokane and Portland via this short line in con
nection with the Hurlington's fast through northwest
train from Omaha at 4:10 P. M. and Lincoln at 6:15 j
arrival at Portland is 7:o0 A M. the third morning,
or nine hours earlier than heretofore. , .
Information and transportation at
City Ticket Office,
1502 Farnam Street.
r rod It Balances.
OIL riTY. re'. I. CI L Credit balances.
11.7s; runs, 1SU.17" hhU. ; shipments,
bbii.; nvtrsje, lw.CCi bbls.
Kansas lily- l.lve Slork Market.
KANSAS CITV. Mo.. l).c. 3.-CATTLE-Rm
eijits. llS.tmj u-iu. lllc I idiiift 3t) Buutti
erns; market st. aily to lk- lower; cholr
export and dressed Wf steers, tti.Ou&T.SO;
fair to good, 14 fcriii.oi; w estern steers, 14 m0
fa&Sii; mockers and feiciers. $2.Wu6.t;
southern H.-ers, s .&Vfj j.5; southern cows,
V: i'jiu 3. 76 ; native rows. .'.( iM 35; native
heifers. I-j.oi-ii3.25; hulls, t.. ."j-I.'j; calves,
HOtiS Receipts, L'3,i(H head; market loft
lrK' lower; top. IVSo. bulk of sales, 15. .':,,(
&.M; heavy, IS.ikYuS.lfti; puckers and butch
ers, f5.trJ(iii.aj; light, 5.i6q5.lki; pigs. J.5o4j
SHEEP AND LAMMS Receipts, SoOO
head; market strong; tup lambs, fi;.Mi!
lambs, ll.-5'iu.6o; a and yearlings, Jfo
4.75; western yearlings, ti.tMUv.to; wemeia
sheep, f3.7.Vfcl.tt); gtockeis and feeders, fi'.SO
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOl.'IS. Dec. 3. CATTLE Receipts,
2,'dAl head, including Texans. Market
steady to Hju lower. Native shipping and
export steers, fl 75'o7.7t; dressed beef and
butcher steers, f4.Uiuii.4u; steers under 1,)
lbs., t3.5uUl.3u: stockers und feeders, f3.5o4
4.00 ; oowa and heifers, 13 Kj? canners,
I.Ui'(t-.i5: bulls, f.75'(H.lt; calves, ft uu$i i.(ai.
Texas and Indian steers, I3.mti1i.50; cows
and heifers, f ioinjiJ .'ai.
UoUtt-ltccrlil, L'.lw U.ad. Market luc
lower. Figs und lights, 3. MubM; parkeis,
fo jtriD.75; butchers and lii st heavy, t'-M
6HEEP AND LA. MRS-Receipts, 1.7110
head. Market Ktal5c lower. Native mut
tons, f4.'V(i4; lambs, f;.t(i6.5ti; culls und
bucks, l-.5vtf4.10; b(o keis, L.OO'u3.75.
V ( bleaaro Lite S.oi'k Market.
CHICAQO, Dec. 3-CATTLK -KefeiptH.
S.Sou head. Market - Htroim. ttieers. llOt
SOJ; cows, 3.ti 2'i; haiferu, 12 inxji l.ti); bu is.
f'-'.76.'q4.7a; calves, . fl,vi6.7u; siocketa and
HtJOd Receipts, fS'10 liead. Market lo
lower. I'liolce heavy shipping, fo H'Xtiii.'i";
butchore, fo sifi Ui; light mlxi-d, o4"m5i;
yacking. 15 liof..; pigs, $i.(i(5.i5. Rulk of
f H EEP AND LAMBS Receipts .!)
head. Market stron. Bheep, t4iit475;
lambs, fu.J54j4.10; yearlings, I4.j53 6i.
heifers. 13i"'a3 4?i: feeders. K.HiA V); calvta
und yrarhniv, f3 ','Ssp 76. .. . .
Bloas Ity Lire atock Market.
SIOl'X CITY, la.. liK-. .ifcpecial Tele
gram. CATTlJi Rei'lpts. .') bead. Mar
kol ttcadyi ueeves, i jcy T.ui', cows and
1 It m ;s4 tt,...iiif -arii i,Mu,t iaru. ....
raiiKe of juices, f..'5cii5 7u; liulk of
tales, f'i '()d.G5. '
bt. Josrph Live Htuek . Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Dec S CATTLK Receipt -i
3.6ii Head. Market sii,.w but Hle()y to
lower; steers. ft.Oi'fiivWi; cows and heifers
f:'.6n4o .25; mlves, fl!.".(yfi.5 '
IHiClS-Reieipl, Jjtt- iliead. vMsrkwt
slow, witli juoj,ptils ill lo; ! l.'.c l.iwer
HHEEP AND LAMHS-'Ret-elpfs. J 0
head. Market -'lesne; lanilia, tlftfy;
Ktock III -list.
Riceipta of live stock at in... six principal
wealciu lliurkets v.aiui,l..v
Mi in x City...:
Kmisai ( K . .
' .' 13,tit0
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