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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1009.
Captain for corsubskers
IiTely Contest Kow oa Between Col
lin and From.
MAT XESULT DT TIE VOTE
la (hat E?nl a Ataletle Brd Will
Mak 4 a leetlw Mat of
Traalt at Factar
LINCOLN. 1c. 1 Brclt.) Chlrf In
terest In athletic circle at tba Plate uni
versity this week centers arrmnd the elec
tion of captata for the ISO foot haH
eleven. The contest for the position hss
settled down between Collins, center, and
From, left tackta f thla fair team. Both
of them have been marine an rtlv cam
paign for Tote among the players since
the close of the m laat Wednesday
evening, bat their relative: strength will
not be determined until the athletic board
meets (probably on Tuesday) and awards
the "N's",for thla year's team. The fate
of Coia Is said to hlngs on the result
of the athletic board's action In declaring
Jack Temr-1 ellrible for the foot ball
Only players wha won their "N- by
playing In at leaat a full ermwecatlve half
In any -on tf tba Minnesota, Iowa, Ame.
Kansas or Carlisle games are eligible to
vote for next season's captain. Thirteen
men flayed the required time la m or
more of them games and are certain t
be, granted their letters, but Tempi, al
though playing in all erf thee games, and
tn aome of them for more minutes than a
full half, was not in any of ahem for a
consecutive half. Technically he hag not
won his "N." but It Is believed the board
will award him a letter for the gallant
work he did in the fames In which be
At Minnesota be went Into the gam
during the last ten minutes of play, while
the Gophers were hammering away at
the Cornhuskera near the Nebraska goat.
and by bis brilliant work eared the game
for his -teem. At Iowa, be was aent into
tlie contest before the close of the first
half, but toward .the end cf the second
wss Injured and had to leave before be
had played a consecutive half and won his
letter. His playing In that contest on the
defense waa just as brilliant aa It waa at
Minnesota. . In the Carlisle game, he was
put In the game when the Indiana were
on Nebraska's ohe-ya d line, and kept then
from scoring a touchdown. Temple's work
waa ao brilliant this year that Coach Cole
admitted the young player waa the beat
defensive man pn the Cornhusker eleven
Hla great defensive playing has attracted
the attention of the entire school and thers
is Utile doubt that the thistle board win
he-!tate tn giving bint an "S."
Tl mb Caattata.
The Granting of a letter to Tempta will
assure Collins another vote for the Cap
taincy end probably tie up the election. At
the present 'time, with thirteen men having
won their numerals, the vote is said to
atand erven for Frum and six for Collins.
The men who are backing Frum are Cap
tain Harvey, jp haioupka. Kroger. Johnson,
Cooler and BHtier. Collins 'writ get the
rote -of Minor, Harte, Ewlng, Blikner and
Bentlev. Thsar. with bis . ov, will give
l ira six T.tea, or one less than Frum has
Temple Is outspokenly In favor of Colllna.
and Jf be is granted an "N" by the board
at its meeting Tuesday ha will cast his
vet agatnst Frum for captain. This. will
rr"ie-thr elerflnn m 1 iwl the- etlwtlOTl
of a captain .then will be mad by the
athletic board. which Is composed of six
faculty and five student members.
Just at present Collins and Frum. with
tjj.eir respective followers, are engaged In
a rather heated, but at the aama time
friendly, fight over awarding Temple his
"K." Frum. of course. Is trying to keep
the young fullback from getting a numeral. ,
for In car that occurs the candidate's
the noes of fcoing elected captain will be
lessened. Ccllins is us'iv all hla Influence
to convince th board that Temple Is de
serving of an "N."
The Frum faction, in its krwuvner.ta. hold
that Blurtseiwgger. rcbsUtata fullback and
half, s just as maeh, entitled to an "N"
as Tempi Is. Sturtaenegger played only
a few minutes In throe r four of the bfg
games, and It Is tba general opinion that
It should net hare a letter ana that ha Is
not aa deserving of one as Is Temple. If
h should be granted a letter It is believed
hla vote would be added to those for Frum.
The first object, of the Frum followers Is
to prevent Temple's being granted an "S,"
but if they aee that they are bound to fail
In that thty will try to effect a com promts
by having both Temple and Sturtzenegger
awarded letters. This would leave the gen
eral situation unchanged and would still
gir Frum majority of one rot for the
captaincy. The question of tlx eligibility
of Temple and Sturtsenegger for letters and
the election of a MS cantata will probably
both be settled by ths end of the week.
Mr. Merry carefully held hla tongue, and
although Lioness was enviously bln
berked for a great deal of money, awithet
Colonel Hlggins nor any one else received
particle of enco'-irngement from th
When the numbers wer hoisted Mr
Merry looked eat for Cdonel Hlggtna, mil
In those days It was easy. for men to miss
esch other st Newmarket Just before such
a big race. One would be In the bird cage
and the other might be at the ring or m
the crowd of toraemen by the ropes. Mr
Merry met Lord Stamford, who was gal
loping to th ring, and betrged him if he
saw Colonel H ggins to tell him to be surt
to make Lioness a -winner.
However tfi tip did not arrive In time
and directly after Lionels bad won esslly
Colonel Higgina galloped up to Mr. Merry's :
carriage almost speechless with fury and
assailed him publicly with a rich flow of
Invective, Including such epithets as are
commonly aasoclared with Ananias and
Barabbaa, Lord Stamford, who came up
during the attack, vainly attempted to
explain away matters, but Colonel Higglns
was implacable and rowed that only
"satisfaction" 'would compensate for his
grievances. ' '
Mr. Merry did nofrelish the prospect of
standing opposite' a Bloodthirsty Irish
man who was known ta be a sure ahot,
and later In the day Lord Staraford was
sent to confer wtth Colonel Higglns with
much the same secret Inst ructions as wer
given by Lord Stern to Mr. Wendfcam
when he der-nt-d him to meet Cononel Raw-
don Crawley. Happily', the offer was re
ferred for final decision to Admiral Rous
and George Payne, whose strong common
sense and fine tact enabled them to patch
up what Lord Beaeonsfleld has defined
as "a bad tempered understanding."
The episode caused a great Tuss at New
market, but it was kept very quiet, as
people were not In those days so fond of
proclaiming quarrels and Scandals s they
are now. It was this unfortunate affair
which prevented . Mr. . Merry., from being
elected a member of the Jockey club.
A few years afterward his name was to
be put forward, but Admiral Rous and
Lord George Manarrs advised the pro
poser and seconder to withdraw the can
didate, aa. It was absolutely certain that
he would be blackballed. Admiral Rous
was sensibly averse to, subjecting a man
of Mr. Merry's position on. the turf to a
public snub, as It might very likely have
eatrsed hrm to artr r-.t 'stud and give up
racing altogether. In those days the names
of candidatea for h Jockey -club
were published In the calendar before the
ballot, so If a man was blackballed every
one knew of his failure.
There waa a great to-do about 1867 when
the hUe Duke of Hamilton was black
balled for ths Jockey club, and not only
did the welkin ring with the Indignation of
tli candidate s friends, but Admiral Rous
pointed out the absurdity and folly of re
jecting a .candidate of unexceptionable
po!tIn who raced on. a very large scale.
At that time, however, there was a positive
era for- blackballing at Newmarket, and
a certain clique rowed to keep out of the
ojaaie connected with "the
city." Lord Glasplow nearly always pat
to a black ball and for year one of the
great objects of his life was to keep
Colonel Forester out of the Jockey club.
--n cw.Hee iiuii to in tors tin In I -mm
autu r.stiijcetl an ei wuK.it lowe
. rt-uiLKuie levviu, cuitftiOrr.na: tne ir.i
.imu.u run r.i oui io .ayris whu
..avi f im n.a,eii in.frt jnoi.e tuui uu.il
..e. i utt luftttii sat? twte kT itejtt-yer,
a on. mn uu ate ua-ig in ui un
itu uiere la a weum 01 ud ptaera ui
.ia ara eciuo iem.
cnifMou lost ftuM ioe this fall and om
ui two kauri waa iue goat mi crosseu.
ti tvuita 'were: eunpon a, rtign.tuia
. ark V; bimpson I!. Ura Muines cvnit-se ,
euuiiinon i-uiurt ciara v; tiaisvn
vuirie.l (4; biii.t.m'H 4o, tuki eaan V,
elaiton t, n-uat-u. oateupitths a.
Lather College prta.
lECOKAn, la.. Ue-. . AOiaL) With
lony canuiuates for ine uvt-l ta.l team,
tne piua.la lor a last live ai luiner
rnicAfso crais au rROYisio. f
Favorable rvnk for Fall vrw
t heat Crop Weakens Market.
CHICAGO, Dec Favorable weather
for the fall-sown crop of wheat tn t!ie
1'nlted Ptates had a weakei..ng effect to
day on the local wheat mtu-net. but buying
by shorts rsuaed the market ts cinse sieady
at ilmntt the IdetiticaJ iij:ures of the previ
ous close. Oata, corn and provisions acre
Hjllish enthusiasm was almost entirely
lecktng m the whsiat pit today, sentiment
smung pit traders generally being rather
bf-arisli: The weather bureau predicted rain
or snow for the greater part of the w.nter
wheat belt and 'his forecast was mainly
responsible for the heavy tone which pre-
! vailed nearly all day. Leading bulls were
Oit.ic.ga aie of U.e Iwsi. An nour' J apparently neither buying nor Seil.ng. and
. . . . . I 1 iat lUBItrtl t lllllil sa I Kiiivi " I
con-eyuenuy ies . i.isi " UMr,, in the northwest were attain .lg.it. Keceipta were.
practice xuan ever utuore. i wo oi ...t ,,' th. movement Is st 11 heavier man t'llicial Moi.ilay
,ti a laui art noi In imiw.l liin semeeiei. ' !XrV time a rear aco. Ar- Wal Tuesriav ..
but .. bill' William, of the J. '' " h,1.n?-71F ' . Official Wedneaday
is t . and will prouaoly p.ay one of tt.e , gentlna advices Indicated w t wj-ainer waa Ti.ur-day ..
VMth Uum tcapta.ni, Naeseth, delaymg harveaUng ,n
Gut.eim. Whuams and Koa.e in the tame 1 but the quality of b' .intlt na Etlmated Saturday
and Dlentv of mniei in I ta rii a center irom, n atu i - --- i
uMAHA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Some Kindt of Cattle Stronger, Others
Easier for Week.
HOGS SHADE LOWER FOB, WEEK
ib Big (swarter Higher for
aid GvV Fat ghees.
rosi 4BssaB. Grade
Slow 4 W eak.
BOUTH OMAHA, Dec 6. W.
(Tattle. Hogs. Sheep.
. i. m
LuLi.er will ut.douDtediy sustain tne rrputs
lion of lsst year. Trie only Kama L.ulher
ioEt last atrason as to Iowa, 32 to 1.
demand for cash wneat and prices wera
! steady. The market closed steady, with
Tabby" Grave Ottaaawa.
OTTL'MWA, ' la.. Tec. teSpeclal.)
"Tubby Graves, the star right tackle of
the I nlvertuty of Missouri tem, hss
signed with the local club for the base ball
season of lfcS. Graves hss sa enviaMs rep
utation as a college backstop and the Ot
tumwa Nub. after lengthy negotiation,
finally landed the college stsr. Graves
played a great game for the Tigers this
last season. He sturk In the Iowa game
slier surulning a broken hand and stopped
the plays of the Hawkey offense sent In
Six days this week . . . .2.1.035
Same days last ween. ...t2..t
C.esrancos of wheat and ! ' '
7' l7.i T... i Hame days weeks ao. .-.
bale oays last year.
price, a shade lower to a shade higher, i maa-v
December closed st $1 .0M, ti 1 "d May Jaj I
Riaalas Teas CaptsJa.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. Doc. 6 (Special! Al
bert S. Btein'wrg of Eldnra. la., a fresh
man in the College of Liberal Arts, was
elected captain of the t'ntveralty of low
cross- ountrv tfm Saturday, to succeed
Will Hoti of Iowa City. Steiuberg was sec
ond In tii" run this fall and will be one of
the mainFtats of the freshman track team
next spring. All members of the present
squad will he el'gltile next year with the
exception of Hotx.
Iowa Indoor Track Work.
IOWA CITT. la.. Dec. f (BpeclaD In
drnr track work fr the t'nlvers'ty of low
track athletes will start shortly after the
holidays, according to the present plans of
Coarh Oatlln and Trainer O'Brien. It la
not likelv that any Indoor trark meets will
be scheduled, but the sprinters, vsulters.
dsfance men and weight men will take
regular work this year and not depend on
the outdoor training alone to put them In
condition for the season.
at L ltftkfil.friV.
flniir wt-e ennal to hXMlOfJ bU. I
Trad in corn was quiet and a heavy tone
prevailed nearly all day. Receiving houses
reported that offerings from Iowa and
Suuth Dakota were much more liberal than
of late. Demand for cash corn here was
slow and prices were off H He 1 he
market closed easy, with prices Va'c
lower than yesterday's close. December
closed at ffl"4J'1o nd Mav a10-
Oats were active, and as a result, price
were well maintained. The market closed
steady, with prices a ehade higher to c
lower Final quotations on December were
at 4S.V&&0C. May closed at KSc.
Troviaions weie firm. At the cose prices
were 2 to IZttjlSe higher.
The leading mtures ranged as fonows.
. I. r-.fi
belnr neglerted by both DA' k-r a id feed -i
buyers, and It would be well for M;. (.!
te heed the waminc aglni . ndioa ,n ur.
flnlthed stfek. as rt is not wanted and Is
bound to sell st unsa:lsfa t,.ry r res.
The trsde m feeding she- p and Ismhl
hss not been very artlve tins w-tek. thoun
what few thst hsve a'rlrd have sold at
good, stesdy prices. The denand. b w
ever. hss not been very urgent. The em
bargo an eastern shipments on sccoont of
foot and mouth 1..ae hm reouced tl.e
demand to a considerable ext'-n;.
Wuoiatiorta on sheep and lambs: Grod t
choire laml. as 2ftilii6: fair to 'd lambf
Rt1r l-. feodina lambs. 14 7S.; od to
choke light yearlings. $.' 'V' .4; fair t
I ...... - m-...w .....iin V .m!r rH
were value.! at t;35it;(.
1.v.n.,,-ta ,,t atM.'H for the port of IV ew
i Tork f"r the wet-k en.tlng today were tlU.-.
4t.4 s.Urr tui'l niii
l-jtporls of r;i-t lr t-.-Trt the pirt of ear
York for the we. U .nd.nc Ibj were $1,207,
USt s.ler and $l.(i:i.v.7 sold
OMilH. D-e. f Hank clearings for to
du were :'.X.t.l7 and f r tne corre-.
spondlng Oate last year f' S.4.2n.f7.
M n lay
i uertp v
1 7. I.
.1 I T : I l.M.fl M
. 1.' I4 .y 4t . 1.717.7 7
I 1 ...l,.Hnw
good yearlinas. llTtnm l; feetllng rearlins uilsy
U tt itn good to choice wetriers. 14 j jpn, v
.w; lair lu gioa weiners. M.ui4'; leert- i Saturday
inn wpinnt. .vrTn.im'. i 'uu to I'ni'ir- r
t4U.: fair to good ewea, Hi.vti,
feeding ewes, ltVo4., culls and buiks,
Kepi esen tat Ive sales:
8M western Iambs 74 IAS
0 native lambs i
1.4 -i ll" !4
l.Mt. 6 4 ST
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK M AltKET
The I olio wing table shows tne receipt of
cattle, bogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to dale, compared with last
! year: JH. ij7. Inc. lwc
CatU W6..4S l.lwi.b lti,tkj
Hogs 12-,l.ii74 2.110.410 1M.4M
Bneep 2.011.1O1 l.liT&.nO fc.i&t
The following table shows the average
price of hose at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Articles. Open. I K'ga. Low. Close. I Tes y.
Drake Foot Ball Krhedale.
DES MOINES. Dec. . (Special Coach
John I Griffith of Drake u-lverslty Is ar
ranging the Drake foot ball schedule While
the orlv contracted gsme Is with Missouri,
at Col'tmhla It ts uractlcslly certain that
the following schools will be played: Grln
nell Ames. Iowa snd the alomnL Coe and
a team of the "b!g" typew'll also be met
Added Basket Ball Gasaea.
IOWA CITY. Ia., Dec. (Sneelal.V
Msnarer Catlin has added the following
basket ball games to the Iowa sehedue:
.January , Cedar Kap'd' louns; men
Christian association. bere January 16.
Smte Normal school, here; January 3, Coe
DES MOINES. nc. fi tPneelal.) Harry
Coccrilni, the Italian wrestler, has ben
sia-ned to meet G o-a-e Sprirrer n a match
here Wednesdav evenln-. Dan McLeod de
feated Sprinser st Mar-halitow-n last week.
1 ff H 1 M
1 l"Vtj 1
1 WHV1 03 a
IS 15 95
16 I It ZZ
Date. iSKIg. !li.lX.:i906. 11904. 11908. !lfl.
4 IH 4 la t
4 Wj I
4 4 Ui t 02
4 4," tW
4 tf 4 34
4 43 4 ; j t 09
4 48! 4 42; t 14
14 4i t sa
4 S7 f lit 4 Mj 4 42 4 tot t it
I tnl I 4 72i
4 0, t 00'
4 25 t 021 4 r
I t 17 4 TA
4 9Si I IW
4 &Ui t 04 I
t if 4 K
4 44 t 08!
4 too t la, 4 tT
The official number of ears of stork
brought in touay by esch road waa as follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep, li t a.
ib snt, 1 c,
NEW YORK GEXERAL
MARKET 1 Fl ur. bbs.
BIG TURF PLtTNGUKS OF THE PAST
atlaaa la Whir Baalish Owaert
ria-arrm, Nt Always Crc-altablg.
There la no such betting now 00 the
English turf aa waa transacted In the S"a,
0s and early TO, says London Truth. The
laat really, grsat stake which was landed
over this rites the Ceaar witch was woa
by "Roseberry, and two years earlier F.
Swindell had backed th Truth gelding to
win IS0C.0B0 by a long course of dexterous
hut perfectly unscrupulous maneuvering
Mr.. Swindell woa a hug stake over DukH
beUs, which had bee tried to a certainty,
an she cant horn alone.
There was aa Immense win wer Lec
turer, Lord Hustings himself drarlng- t0C..
00a, while the total winnings of "the party"
waa not leas than lUO.ou. When th
weights for th Ceaarewitch of IfteS were
publish Lard Hasting considered that
Ms horse had. been unfairly treated bv
Admiral JUhis and they were all struck
out. Lecturer waa sot Included In the lot,
aa h had been nominated for aome rea-
EVENTS 0BTHE ETnraUfQ TRACKS
M"r Aatasiy Wins Srlllaar Stake at
LOS ANGELES. Cel.. Dec. . Mark An
thony IL running aa improved race, won
the Vernon aelling stakes, the feature of
the card at Pant Anita park yesterday, de
feating the hot odds-on favorite. Dandelion,
hi a hard drxe ' by- -riireP-rburths tf a
length. Mark Anthony II was quoted at
E to 1 in the betting and was heavily sup
ported at that prtc. H waa offered for
sale after the race and Brant bid him up
to tl'.WO, aa advance of 1.000 over his
entered selling prloe. Caj-maa bid th cus
tomary K and kept his horse. Bir Edward
and Astronomer est out the pace to the
far turn, when Mark Anthony II took the
lead. ahd. holding hla advantage to the
end, won easily. The Pacific handicap at
n mile and an -eighth resulted in an easy
victory for the 4 to 5 favorite. Vox Populi.
Summary : . T , ,'
Fleet race. J-yearvolds. five and a halt
furlongs, furse: Oerrymander (109. Powers
7 to 101 won. Anderson Uu7, E. Martin, id
l?.1. fccn1' Sorrowfnl fl09. MoOw, 6 to 2t
third. Time: 17. liohl, J. K. Crowlev
Prudent, Frteia nd louls Streuber alsa
Hewnd race, seven i furlongs: Grand Dam 5
fl07. IC. M?r.in, 9 to U.won, Pal (MW, HarrU.
7 to 1 second. Mary F. HMd 4 to St
third. Time: 1:SV Taunt. Phalm'x. Sara
cl2,i ""d Ir1r f Castile also ran
Third race. Pacific hJidicap. on mile
and an eighth: V-x.-PopaU (it4. JackTon!
4 to bt won, Magaciite H0, Buma, 11 to I)
second, LitUE Eatr (ie., Martin. 6 to
third. Time; liii. Alaia Duourwnd J C
Oern also ran. Luuia tamer and Aims'
Dufour coupled. . ml
Fourth race. Verni-n sslling stakes. $;'&
added, one tnlle: Maik Anthony II noa.
Burns, t t 1 won. Dand. lion (17 Mc
Carthy. 11 to aecotwl. Mis Sain
Msrtm. 1 to D third. Tiro: 1:4(J. Bir
Id ard and Astronomer also ran
Krnt race, five end a half furlongs, sell
lg: Lord NJaon Treubel. 7 to i! won
Fntrem.us K7. fchiliihg. 7. to second'
LaQloria r, Reld. 11 to jm third. Time:
1.0.. Arimo. Canardo and Please also ran"
bixth racA. f. m , r,.i... ....
h-ig: Itrd of the Forest (Us, l-atre's'to It
wen. Duke of Bridgwater C. Philllng I
iL k?' .Curine Forehand.
' to 3) third. Time: r.-WTV Ta
alorann' Trlntm Uld Adelbert Beli
OAKLAND, CaJ.. Dec. .Frank Fllttner.
I to 1 chance, upset calculations by win
aing th Crocker aelling atakea at Emery
ville today: Summaries:
ilr!L!c'',:, furlongs, aelling: Celeres
1 m. liorei, 11 to 1 won. Palad.m (lOo. poet.
. 1? ,1K."Jca5d' Rey nnttt tlui. Gentry, t
to . third, rime: 1:16. Uravourse, Gaga,
?i',e?K Ue', EP-1. iiaitkara aid
Zlck Abrama also rau. . .
Second race, aix furlongs. aelHnK: J C
'Lui 10 Amelia
Oaatatlaa oS the Day
NCT YORK, Dec. 6 FLOUR Receipts.
S.S39 bbls.; exports. 33.0S5 bbis.; market dull
but firmly held; Minnesota patenta, .ZCp
.S6; M.i.r.eb.ta O-seia. 4.KCrt.u: ',nt"
patents. 4.7oa ".'.: winter straights. 4.!w4?
4.76: winter extras. $S..34.4; winter low
grades, 3.sAia.u Kye flour, steady: fair to
gaod. M.l'KtM ': Cho'ce to fanry. t4.X6a4.W
Buckwheat flour, steady; I2.4uSfI.80 per 100
lbs. , ,
FtTKMHEAT-Doll; state. Rlc. nominal.
CORNMEAL Steadl': fine white and yel
low. Il.6feft4.t0; coarse, K-1t 1. ; kiln -dried.
RTE Dull: No. I western. 83c, nominal,
f. o. b.. New Tork.
BARLEY Steady; malting, SVSfiOe, c. I.
f.. Buffalo; feeding, r-c. c 1. f.. New
V HEAT Receipts. S1.100 bu.; exports.
378. (Hi bu-; spot firm; No. 3 rod, IL.isW
1.14. elevator; No. Z. 1.14. 1. o. d., bi.uki.
No. 1 nortliern. Duluth, II. Ut. f- o. b.,
ar.oat; No. 2 hard winter. 11.19 , f. o. b..
afloat. Trade in wheat was slow all the
morning and an easy tone prevailed
ihmnri, (ha lrlr nf hull suitnort until near
ih rlne when coverlnE developed. Last Wheat, bu
prices were net unchanged; December, ti.la; Corn, bu
Mav closed, tl.lt.
CORN Receipt. 1C.125 bu.; exports.
662 bu.; spot market steady; No. 2. 7rtc, to
arrive, elevator, and 701. f. o. b., afloat;
option market was witriut transactions,
clos.ng. c lower; December, closed 70;
My, 7lc; July, closed 70c.
OATS Receipts, 61.!n0 bu.; exports. 1.253
bu.; spot quiet; mixed. lr. 64ic;
natural white. lbs. 6iV0c; clipped
while. 34442 lbs., WHtc.
hAVi-iim. shipping. t.jfcc; good to
HIDES Firm: Bogota, 2tvSaii4c; Cen
tral America, Hc.
LEATHEH Steady; arid, S3H29c.
WOOL Firm; domestic fleece. Sl&Mc.
PROVISIONS Beef. steady; family,
H6.frvi'17.(v; mess. 1:3 .Odt?13.60; beef hams,
6 5i4r3B.50; packers. $14.6o615.50; city extra,
India mess, KSHMxaT, .; cut meats Steady;
pickled bellies, 9.b4t.a0; p.ckled himi,
19. UiHa'i 0.0&. Lard, firm; western. I9.5atilt.ta;
refined steady; continent, 19 90; South
America. 39.75; compound, 3t.87VB,7.25. Pork,
idy. family. $l8.00til9 00; short clear,
3J(.O42Z.O0; mess, titfu 16.75.
TALLOW Steady; city S2 per pkg..),
6c; country (pkgs. tree), StfrSe.
PETROLEUM fclteady; refined. New
Tork, k &t; Philadelphia and balrimore,
g.4: bulk. 14.9b.
RiCE vuiet; domestic, fair to extra, rB'
6Vir: Japan, nominal.
MOLAPSES Qu.et; .New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, "!(r42c;
Cash quotations were as follows:
KUiUK-steady: winter patents. I4.40o
4 Ho; straigbU. H WI j; clears, !3.7(&4.(Ki;
spr.ng specials. 1S1(!.20; patents, to.l&'tf
5 4- MralKhts, t3.M.t; bakers. 13.7564.00.
WHEAT No. spring, t;.t8n.ll; No. 3
spring. Jl.00tjil.07i No. 2 red, 1 tt-iffl.07'.
CORN No. 2, fcceiac; No. 2 yellow, tX
O Tfl No. (H')c; No. 2 whit. Bc.
RTE No. 2. 76M'!ir77c.
BARLEY Good feeding, tOc; fair to
choice malting, t2(?Mc
SEEDS Frax. No. 1 northwestern, tl.44i.
Tiiii'ti.y. uruue, tisi. Ciover, contract
PKOV16iONE Short ribs, side Ooose,
S8.tt4p-tS.BU. Mess pork, per bbl., H4.6K&'14.t-,v.
Lard, per H0 lbs.. Sa.T.i. Short ciar aides
(boxedl, $S.7ar .00.
Following were the receipts and ahip
nienta of flour and grain:
. Receipts. Ehlpmenta.
.... lf.SOi H 910
C. M. at St- P..
W sbash -.
1 nion Pacific
& N. W east
C. a N. W.. west
C, St. P.. M. O....
C, B. A Q., eaat
C, B. at w , west
C, R. 1. P.. east...
C. R. I. at P., west..
Chicago Q. W
hers, Lambs aad Cattl
CHICAGO, Dec. I CATTLE Roirts,
head: market steady; beeves, S3 7.Rn:
Texans, S3.ttajr4.7B; cows and hellers, Sl.tO
4jtt.ll'; calves, Sj.i0b7 ,6t.
HOGS Receipts. lo.nto head: market
strong; light. S5.15tJ6.Sr.; mixed. Sa4"t"1';
heavy, &.4.4rt.0l'; rouEh. S5.4.v0u.tO; goo to
choice heavy, fO tSfnp; pigs, S3.7Ja"4-9a;
bulk of sales. Sa.itti3.90.
SHEEP AND lMBS-Recelpts. 3 00
head: market er-ady; nstlve, 35 S04 H5;
western, UiotitN; yearllitgs. S4.S06 10;
lambs. S4.2a4jt.9u; western, S4.J.9u.
Kaaaaa City Live "tack Market.
KANSAS CITT, Dee. I.-CATTLK-Re-cetpla,
KK head, Including 300 southerns.
Market steady. Receipts for tlie week,
MX) head. Chok-e export and dressed beef
steers, 6.0i 7.5'; fair to good. S4.3riit.0B;
weatern steers, S3.6nvw.60; stiK kers and 'eed
era. S3. 75414 8a; southern ateera. tiMfif at':
southern cows, S"-miij.7fi; nati-e -cows. SI 6u
t4.tV; nstlve heifers. C8H'6.75; bul.s, S-.SJ
tl.OU: Calv.s. U.3dM.
HOGS Receipts. 8,ui4) head. Market Bo to
Jc rower. Keceipta for the week. M.snti
Top, I5.KI; bulk of sale. Sa.S0rrt3.7&; heavy,
ttfof'K": packers and butchers. Sio&u.7;
light. SB.10fft.60; pigs, V-ahM.
SHEEP Receipts, If head. Market
Stesdy. Receipts for th week. 3 WO hesd.
Lamb. tt.X-fit fet ewes snd yearlings. S4 t0
lp4.S6; weetem yearlings, ti. .Va 3; western
sheep, S3.70jr4.ttt; Blockers and feedeta, I2.&0
.......S13.KJ 4n.10 Slo.TI.Rtt 8
Inciease over the tortcfrriiid ng weak last
year. 3.14o,l( ta.
t redit Rslaseea,
TOLEIV1. Itrc. .-CnNorth, SJ.ot;
Souht limn and Lidiana. 11.09.
and other nearty llrjits. f. c. 3c at mark;
current recelpta In returnable case. 3tc at
mark: western first, f. c. 3m; at mark;
current receipts, f. c, SK'3c
rcn w " . .
Ai Ractal IM Traat lt4a
Casrant. sstld atetH'i a
thettcai MO MONEY IN ADVAMCL KX.
AMINATIOM FITLE. Wet tar 8tah a
Nactal D and TtaMstaatsla.
D Si. t-Sl.TAg v(23 8t sjlg.,Osaaaa.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Total recelpta I
The disposition of the day's receipts
as follows, each buyer purchasing the
number of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Parking Co..
Swift and Company.
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
9. A S
Cudahy Bros. Co
t niOM TATIOWIOTM A5D MASOK
tatea Paarltla .
Overland Limited. am a 9:40 pm
Cclorado Express ...a 3:69 pra a 8: pro
Atlantic Expres VA" " . 2 m
Oregon Expre. t: P"
l.os Angeles Limited. . .al2 :bu pm a JUS pm
Fast Mall a 9 30 am a 1 46 pm
Chira and Japan Mall.. a 4:" pm a S pnt
North Piatt Loual... ..a T:45 ass J:m
Colo.-Chlcatro Special. .. al2.1 ara a 7.06 am
P-at -Ice at Stromaburg , .
jocal bl2:a0 pn bltlpsjl
Ckleago, Mllwakha Jk tU Faal
i-v.1 a Coin. 8itcial....a 15 am J1.6 ass
Cal at Ore. Exprsa....a t:Ut pm a 1:36 pnt
Overland Limited .... 98 pm a t: ara
tec. 6. CA TTLE Recelp s, ! SrrT Local " 0 pnt
tie dy; see s. 4.USi..5 ; ?.?rrr sl-waZe-wfc
6.1...& ftii: nlm a? fttwe . Chtca at Bsrutirauera
Chicaao mynui....... 1 auw an
Twin City t-xpress
St. Joaeph Live Mock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Dec. 6.-
cows and lielfers.
wnris nnrv.ir.ta r nnn KoaA- tnirt.i ,,n. i t ... citv Kxoieaa 1 7:o am alii.DU uia
pros,'ets 6(&10c lower. ' I Chicago Local .....all: am a lit pas
ShLEP ND LAMB No recelts: mar- ' btoux City UucU..... a : pen aii:wam
ket nominal; lamlia, S5-6 47 ft tU; yearlir.gi. 'Chicago lJcal..i...a 4Ai pm I lit pm
t4 f6 111: wethra. 14 ij4 7r, : wii ti ..... r-hlnaao Soec.al a !:( pm a S:tt ara
Minneaoi - .
Fast Mail a 3:36 pm
Twin City Limited a S.-00 pm a SAt ant
s Angeles Limited a 9:10 pm a!2:2i pnx
Overland Limited aal.-tv pm sljlaa'
NeorasKa ana t j twm. in v y
. ant a s:av nnx -
glow City Live Stack Market.
SIOUX CUT, Ia.. Dec. 6. (Spec.al Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts KHi head; mar
ket steady; beeves. S4.an4j7 0; butchers"
slock. -IXOoffi 3.76; 'feeders, Si.0wSj4.6O; calves
HOlte-Recelpts. o.2W head: market Eaiic I leadwopO-llneoin .
..a 1:40 am alu:i asa
..a t:o am a t: pia
lowr; range of prices. 6.2iet.7; bulk of ! Caper-nor b I Z S b l ii bra
sales. SS 6t(u.ta p re mont-Albion J!11 P
. " -svaw-su. Hastings-Superior h S.-00 pm h t J9 pm
Lhleas 4ira Wswtrs
Tottls 6 6.63t 414
CATTLE As usual on a Saturday, ther
were no catth) of any consequence here.
only five cars being reported In. For th exith Omaha
week reoe;pta have bean fairly liberal, ; 5;, city ..
being about on a par with last week's rec-- bt Joseph .,
ord and a little larger than a year ago. Kansas City
The week atarted out with corn-fads tn ! fit. Louis ....
active aemand and aelung quit a muu 1 Chicago
iiw.Ker. o.nce ineo ine lamei i.n.a wwcu
21 so. 1 off ao that at the close corn-fed cattle Totala.
.2tt. generally just about steady wnn last
3U.HI0 1 week. One choice bunch of steer welgnJng
6.111, ' 1,676 pounds reached 17.10 on Friday which
(,7j 1 was the highest price paid since last Sep- 1
I Stack la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal St.
wesiern maraeis ycsieiuay were as iu
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
,.. 1.4.T0 13. 6,700
... 4" ,00"
... V J.Ots) l,0(i0
... 6n) B.tKKI 2-10
,.. 1.300 t.oia l.WKi
... 8.VU0 ll.MU 3.000
... 6.5S0 61.600 11,400
trn r.ne rroauce rxuiaiiitr 7 l-m l- . ... . . - w --... --- - dllng fair, s.vad;
trr market was firm: ciearoer.es, iiiauc; been active sellers throughout the week aib,J 4.8W low
dairies. 21H'625c. rgs, steady; at marn, ana are generally quotea ltxpisc nigner uu duaary 4 lid
cases Included. Sfpic: firsts. ;; prime last week s close, although th feeilnjg was JL' werl
trsts. ale Cheeae. steady. I4sriac. a little weak on rtdav.
Kaasas City Grata aad Pravlaloaa
KANSAS CITT, Mo.- Dec. a.-WHEAT
t'nehanged to He lower; December, II. WH:
Mav, Sl.'8-; July. 97Sc; cash. No. t hard.
SI.OL'fil la1; No. i ard, 99 "SiSl.CV; No. 2
red. 11 07 1.C9: No. 3 led. Sl.034il.0S.
CORN Unchanged; December, MMe; May,
fc: July. 6fHc: cah. No. 3 mixed, asc;
No. 3 mixed, aaVac; No. 2 whiLo, OuoJVsc.
No. 8 while. 0c.
OATS t'nehanged ;' No. i white, 4860c;
No. 2 mixed, 47',lj4c.
J'yE ''' . , ellers throughout 'he week, commanding
HAI-Firm; cho!ee timothy. 19.7510 '00: 1 ,owJ .tron nrtee everv day. At the
'llrte' s-aW9,-0: ch0,c 'flf- clo they are safely MKblac higher than a
S13.OOB14.oa 1 week ago. On the contrary, th medium
. S. ..it-Finn; creamery. 80c; packing , k)ndg of feeaeri and the common and trashy
STOCK, lite. , iiKt Llnil, h,o hun tlnw and hard to
cnr" 1 move every day at prices that" wer unsatis
4:30 pm T:88 an,
7 JO U.1B U M pm
t.Oa pm t:M aa
1. am U.M pia
I J pas 8 .so pa
.b I.-08 pm blO.U aa
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 6. COTTON Spot,
quiet; pr.ces 9 point lower; American mid-
good mioanng, s.tca; ni.a
middllng. 4.d: good or-
ordlnary, 3.77d. Th sals of
8.000 bales, of which 3uo balea
aa.. fn anastn 'aa t Ota anlt art.nrr sh TA In.
Cows and heifer having quality have jv.
eold prerty well throughout the week, and , including 21.100 balea American,
at the dose it ia hardly poasibl to note p,,,. op,.,,,.,! QUlrt and cloaed qu.et; De
any quotable change aa compared with a Pf,mber 4-'; December-January. 4.2d;
At " ,4belnn'n e( ,l?,.w . January-February, 4 t4d; February-March,
the trad waa active aad k l bU; ' Mrcn.A rtU 4.43; April-May,
stronger, tout that- advaooe haf prexajry , May.june, 4.64Vd; June-July. 4.Wd;
dkimnnil. Fair tn medium sxadea hav I . . .? . . . c'
eaaed off durin tbe latter o.rt of th ' ' V K:A5w A.. uf "Vfil I
week and are a little lower than last week mS. 4lV November-December,
common canners being especially alow and , f,. iember-January. 4 4Nd; January.
u"".aU'cu,T V": . , 1 Kebruary. 1910. 4.4Sd. Additional sa.ea
EGGS lc h'rher: fresh extras,
rent receipts, 2c.
, 63 con 59.OO0
Options at Kansas City:
I Open. I High.) Low. Close.
I 1 !
1 00H! 1 orniiUMirf?!1
1 U3JXV 1 08 1 031
c 1 - 1 a 1 u r. u . tuis HTin 1 n sr s atn ' 1
' iV. ;i..-.' ., ,.; H rd. higher; primest-am.
i " T TTZir xiT. V 8.KH. Dry salt meets unrbaneed; bo
7t- ' Zru I . J L' . a VT'tn TvJ.'. extra shorts, 8c: clear Tibs, 8V,c; sh
".r": ' ' 'rr- clears, inc. Eacon. quiet; boxed, ex
No. 11. t.x; NO. IA viae, io. 14, a.iuc. iso. !...,-. inVc: clear ribs. K.c: short
14. 4.00c; confectioners A, 4.7ftc; mould A.
6.20c; cut loaf, 6c; crushed, 6.oc; powdered.
6c: granulated. 4 90c; cubes, b.lac.
BUT) ER Sieady; process, spex lala, 4'4
lac; wesiern f ictory, firsts, 21-.'Hc; wesl
vrn Imitation creamery, firsts, 22Ji23c.
CHLfctSE F.rm: slate lull cream, spe
cials, HlaHc; September, small, colored
or wh."e, fancy. 14c; large. 14c; October,
larae ar.d email, best. UVc: la:e made.
small, best. 13c: good tn prime. ll,S12,c;
tl. Bulllvan. t to 5) seconl KVhuCZ ! mra'i ? ims, fuU to
tU2. Lee. li to It third 1 1.. t... s;-e. uila, Z4iU1c.
u.i.. -.T- 1 Fiir:RV-rm- 1
eral Haley. Elierd. . Rockalone, W ap and
Tawasentha also ran.
'Third ra.e. mi.e snd seventy yards. Stand
fjrd handicap: Montgomeiy lli, Ket.gh,
EGGS F rm; western firsts, 37f38c; sec
POULTRY Alive, firmer; spring chick
ens, 12c; fowls, lie; turkeys, 13c. Drettsed,
eat-y; western spring rnicxens, ijysjc;
iecond!' EVeoriVh?.., Yl X ?! ! Wi. W. spring turkey 148,7c.
third. Time: 1:44V Dorariie aUo ran.
Fourth race, ruile. CriK-arr selilug slakes
value to winner S2.40U: Frank Fllttner tlx.
Klrscbbaum. "7 to li won, BeU Wetner tKC
Gilbert. S to 1) second. Tuny Kauai (im.
1'i.lon. hi to 1) tlilrd Tim. 1 jii . i7
ton or Other tr tba aU fcaowa Pe4f i Creeeina, Don Enrique and rSttoun.-r alao
St. tvala CesraJ Market.
ST. I.OVIS, Dec 6. WHEAT Finn;
track. No. Z red, cash. ' S1.09ferTl.lQ: No. S
hard. ri.0Mil.fl8: December. SI.O&HIiTOdH:
CORN Steady; track. No. 1 cash, CHc;
No. 2 white, 64c; December, 4Wc; May,
OATS Easier: No. I cash, track. 61c; No.
I white, 3.trGr; December, 4c; May.
FLOCR Quirt; red w'nter paten's,
ttui; extra fancy and straight, H-Zt
t.t; clear. S3.60.
prErtr- Tl-'-othv, J2.5'V5S.35.
1 RAN Sieady; sacked, east track. SLOTS
HAT Rteadv timothy, r.6014.50;
1R N Ci'TTON TTES-IO0.
l'RO ISIONS Pitrk. higher: lobbing.
METALS Lead, firm; 84.17. Brtelter.
POL LTRY Firm; chickens, 9c: springs.
l(lH-r: turkeys. 13c: ducks, toc; geae. fc.
PlrTTBR Steady; creamery. 23i30c.
EGGS Firm; 28c, case cunt.
Flou-. bbls 9.000 .tno
Wheat, bu tt.uuS 23.0tg
Corn, bu 18.on 10,c(i0
Oats, bu 86,000 fc.OjO
Philadelphia Praac Market.
PHILADEI.PHIA. Dc. fc. BUTTER
Steady, fair demand; extra western cream
ery. 3Sc; nearby prints. Sfte.
IXrGS Firm, lc higher; Pennsylvania
ft'llklnson. Everything In thoa days was
utterly chaotic and huggermugger In the
aepartmeot of owncrahtp and partnership. ,
but under th present rul'S Lecturer
would surety hav been disqualified.
The moat sen national race was that won
by Lioaeaa. aa It red to unpleasant d
vel.ptuj"nta which had fsr-regchins re
sults. Colonel Ouseh-r Hlgglna. who waa
one. of the moat popular member cf th
Jockey.tiua set. had bean for soma time
on Ipiimale terms with Coorg Merry. He
. roattulted as to Lha running of Mr.
Merry beraef and waa quit behind th
scenes In the .stable tactic. Lioness was
s su-niaiiually s "steadied" with a view to
her winaitjr th CfcaarewHch, tit - roup
having hew for aeveral anon ths ia c n
tetnpiaUoa, but oa this occasion not only
waa Colonel Hlggtruj kept la tha dark, but
he maintained that b had been deliber
ately -misted and that hot only had he
beea pat Off barking th mar hhasHf, hut
h had prevenud many of hla acquain
tance from supporting her.
Mr. Merry,, a waa said of a celebrated
turf tactictaa, had beea "aa aiy aa a fox
and as suut a t tnackerel " Th fact
waa that h gave hla commission to a
t ai.rewd aaaa who undertook It only on re
ceiving a most solemn promise that not a
word should be uttered la recortiiRendatioa
f XAoaa mbUI th number wer up.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, aelling:
Nadsu la. Taphn, 16 to 1 woo, Oker.11
OOJ. C. Miller, i to li a- and. Raleigh (lus
Buller. 26 to 6) third. Time: 1.4&V Billy
Pullman, Fancy, Plausible and Mallie Bow
ers 8o ran.
Six lb. raca, futurity count, O'Fallen han
dicap: R.Mtcben tlis. Holm, 3 to 61 won.
Berry Maid tLe. Ho II stoaU. Collector
iflu9 J"1"- ta th.rd. Time:
1:1V Bn Homme and Pajortta also ran.
Bun Honxn and Barrv Alaid
Drake ta ttaakct Mall Lac.
DEB MOINE. Dec. t 8pecial. Drake
will enter the Missouri Valley Backet pail
league. Owing to lack of fsciuuaa the
local Institution at tirat only tentatively
agreed to enter the league, hut laat week
tha athletic board authorised Manager John
L. Griffith to go ahead and arrange the
Drake baakel ball schedule. I -rake v, ill be
classed with the northern diMrn of the
conference. Including Amis, Nebraska and
According to the plan of the Missouri
Valley conference two gmes will be p aved
on each floor by each of the cont-ianU
ia U.eir district. Thus Drake will have
two games with Nebraska at Lincoln, and
two I.rre Willi Net-rasaa- The same thing
is true of Ames and l.twa. The winner of
tit cnjpi..io.lur In this sncrioa alii meet
the beat of the southern district."
Drake will meet some of ti other teama
of this siale, of which Griuneil will b
Llve-rptoat ttrala Market.
LIVEKPOOU- Dec. S. WHEAT-Ppot,
firm; No. .2 red wesiern winter, sa JV,d;
futures, steady; December, Sa )ad; March,
7s v,d; May, 7a 'd.
CORN Spot, steady; nw American
mixed (via Galvestuni, ts lOd; futures,
quiet; January, 6s Sid; March, 6
Mtlwaakr Grata Market.
MILWACKEE. Dec. 6. W H EA T Firm ;
No. 1 northern, S1-13V1.14; No. 2 norLhern,
Sl.loul 11; May. Sl l'A.ulK' bid.
CcRN Higher; May. i3ic.
BARLEY Higher; standard, t6V; sam
PBORIA. III.. Dec. S.-CORN-Easy ; No.
I yellow. YKo0Hc; No. 3 yellow, Hf&aihtc;
No. 8. tf-re; No. 4, te9c
OA T8 Firm ; No. 8 wldie, SOVsc; No. 4
Taled al Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Dec. tSFHDS Clover,
rash and December, 85.70; February and
March, 86-77H- -
uuu.atious on cattle: Good to choice
corn-fed steers, St. 4047.3; fair to good
corn-fed steers. S54fK640; common to fair
corn-fed steers, 84 OwJ-i.40; good to cholcs
range steers, tj.43-Oi; fair to good range
ateera, S4.Aift4.D0; good to cholcs corn-fed
rows and heifers, 84.00(94.66; good to choice
I grass cows and heifers, S3 VKgt.is; rair to
good grass cows asa neusra.
common to fair grass cows and he.fsrs,
Sz.S.i:-i.85: good to chotce Etockers and
feeders, S4 6K35 25; fair to good stockers
and feeders, S3 75161. 60: common to fair
stockers and feedera. S3.7&3.7o; stock helf
ers, S2.603.40; veal calves, 8040.76; bulla,
stags, etc., ti.2friiP4.26.
HOGS The receipt of hogs today were
very liberal for a Saturday and th market
opened with a good snlpp ng demand for
the better grades. Such loads as found
favoi In the eye of ahippers commanded
steady or very close to sieady prices. On
th other hand, packers' orders did not
appear at all urgeni. and, as a rule, they
wtre holding back, and when ahippers had
filled their orders the n arket became gen
erally fc4ji0c lower than yesterday. Thus
whili strictly g'nd hogs sold up as hlgi.
as 36 80, a conside abla proportion of ths
receipts went at So 5vitf6 .70.
The total receipt of hogs this week show
a gain over last we. k ot almost M.000
head, and a gain over the corresponding
week of last year of abcut hesd. In
ether words, the receipts ttiis week hav
been almost double what they wr a
year ago. The week started out with a
good sulf advance, hot.s selling dee'dedly
t.rgrer agsln on Tuesday. Since thst day
the tendency has been downward, until
Udsv, when the advance of the week was
all wiped out and mtre. too. leaving ths
n-ajket a al.a4e easier than it waa at the
tlot-e of last wfk.
INDIA NOLA. ' Ia .a'Dee. . (Special
A-f -er two ) ears' rest from foot ball, B.uajt-
Dalatk trala Market.
DCLTTH. Dec. S. WHEAT No. 1 north
ern, SI .11: No. t northern. Sl OSH; Decem
ber. 81 or. May, tl.U; July, 11.12V
OATtt 4b 1c.
A trS4,aiak A postal.
If we could talk to vu personally about
tha great merit of Foley's Honey and Tar.
for coughs, colds and lung trouble, you
never could b Induced to experiment with
unknown preparations that may contain
om harmful drug. Foley's Hon cad
Tar coats you no mors and has a rwrd
of forty year of sur.' For el at ail
6T. LOT'IB, D-c. 5. WOOL Market was
firm; medium brartts. combing and cloth
ing. 1Mj:3i-; light fine. If.'-'''Sc. Heavy floe.
li" -t-l .c : tub washed, i:"a3ffVc. i
BOSTON. Dec. 6. WOOL Although the
vivacity cf the local wool mantel has d t
clined ts some extent, trading continues
along broad line snd with prices strong
In all grades. Manufacturers report a ood
outlook. The leading domestic quotations
range as follows:
Ohio and Pennsylvania ileeees: XX STV-w
33c; X. 31 S:-: No. 1 washed. 84C(3ic:
No. wsfhed S4&3V; fine unwashed. rl
2?o: half-blood combing. k"-,9c; thre-
eight-blood. comhl". 27tr".'c; quarter.
blood, coining. 26iVc: Oe'stne. wssnea.
SWr3Cc: delaine, unwashed. IsSte. Mlchl.
gan. Wisconsin, New York fleeces: F'ne
onwashed. 3"(r21c; delaine, unwashed.
ic: half-blood, unwashed. ?Vi.jtr; three
eta h ths-blood, nnws'hed. 2Sric: nusrter
hlood unwshed UQrir. Kentucky. In
d'sna and M'ssouri: Thre-eighths-blood.
f7fi-?9c; quarter-blood. 26ipI7c. Scoured
valres: Texas, fine, twelve months.
tp; fin, six to eleht months. tytflfiV
f'ne. fall. 4r-0r. Clifort'a. nonera. 8-'f
KV; mMll ooontiea. tsut-tr; soutViern. ITtU
8r; fall free 4-4?e. ftr-rnn. esftern N
1 stsple WjlrwV: eastern No. 1 eltthln 4
te: vsl'ev. Ne L 4r.4tc. Tsrr'tirv. fine
ptsnle. a-tfriWc: fin medium, stsvile. flfH-;
f'e clo'hlnr M'?7ci fne tjfdtufn rl'thin.
4itr"Ic- h'!f-blood Sr7c: ttre-erths-blood.
pmir; carter-blotd 47fi4c. PulVd
rvtra. ttigtlc; fin. A. 604j66c; A supera
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made yesterday to the trade were 2,(XJ0
bales, all American.
of. LOL la, Uc. 6. ctJiiu.-v vuiei; mi-J-
dltng, c. Sale, 1 bale; receipts, s.444
ha lea; shipment. t,75t bales; stock, 3J,tA
NKW ORLKA.NS, uec. .-wiun-s u
tures closed barely steady; Lteremuer, 11;
January. 8.71c: February, 8.73c; March, 876c;
April, 879c; May. 8.lc; lunt, t.fcic; July.
SUC. OPOl CUllOn qutci: viun.a.J-
Mitnlml: ordinarv. 61e. nomlna :
good ctrdinary, 811-Mc; low middl'ng. 8 l-!c
middling, aiS'ioe; gooa mmomi, -.;.
mlddllns fair, 8 9-ltc; fair. 106-16C. Stock.
NEW TORK, uec. wi lun-sine,
opened steady at a decline of Z points to sn
sdvanoe of 2 polnte, for while business was
fairly active ordeT were well divided and
scattering Interest seemed to be evening no
for over the week-eno ana in government
reports. Th market held steady, with the
active months about 1 to J points net higher
during the middle of the morning on cover
ing, although cable were d-sppttintlng snd
week-end figures rather bearish. The mar
ket eloeed steady, with pricea net Sa
points b teeter.
GAlvVtatrOK, Ptc a-vu. iu.t-o""
vnr -TORK. Dec. S. METALS The
metal markets wer dull tn th bsenc of
advice from London. Tin was dull; coo
per waa more or less nominal, wttn iae
quoted at fl4.37VWrl4.50; electrolytic at S14 .3n
til4iS; cing st fl4.25. lead remained d"1!
at 884 3rya4.8; stx lter at S6.104rS.16. lrtB was
quiet and unchanged.
NEW TOItK, Dec. t POFVTTE Tut ores
closed steady, net unchanged to t potn's
lower ' 8sl"S were reported of 6.750 bags
including December at f'&c: January, IK:
Mtrch. B.ioc; May. .2"oo.jjc ana juiy
t)c. rpft. quiet; Rio No. 7, c; banios
No. 4. 7Tl8,c.
WAKHTNOTON. Dec 6. Todsy" state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of th SloOOOn.Ot gold
reaterre. shows: Available caah balance.
S147.8Ui.754; gold coin and bullion, SC4.X3.9X;
gold certificates, ao.m.uw.
Dry Co4la llaraet.
NEW YORK. Dec 6. Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of New
St. Paul-Minneapolis. .
Chicago Limited. .
St. LmuIs h-x press - 8 Jt pm a 9:21 ara
bu Luuts Local, ttrom
Council fluffs) -asanas all:16 pra
Stanoeny nntl trrom
K. C. at tit. L. impress 8.08 ara a l:4fi am
Av. a ai. L. Ivxpraati .ail; is pm a tM psi
Chicagu ) pi ess a 7:1 am a t:4t pat
Cnicaao limited a t :ti pm a !. am
kiinn.-bt. Paul a.xpreaa.b 1:1 aib
aaiun.-M. Paui Limibeda l:w pm a 8:30 am
Umt.-I L Dodg Local. 4:18 gna alla am
caicatatat Uvea, ialaatl ak faallla
a-hlcago Limited .......a 1:0U am ail:0t pm
Iowa laical a l.W IB Atjojua
Kocay a. wan La .a Ltd.. .a titat tua aU.-va pm
xea amaui at a-fuxa a tMti am . a -a am
Dee att-utus -aaai.at..a saw ua, aaat pm
luaa LAK-ai ..oli.iat aua b vita put
Chicagu iaaiBin hJLJ..M 4.u tiu a 1 lu put
ChicatW U'r - Sua a Site am
Kccky Mouolaln Lta ..ail -16 pm a B:B8 am
Colo, at cal. aircaa..a itt pra a t.u pm
Oki. at Texas -. a a.sv pm a la pm
ttLKLUIGTOa IT-tTli m MAMS
Laava. ' Arrlva
Denver & California.... a tat pm a 8.46 pm
Northwest epoc.ai ......a t Ju pm a .4s pm
BuacA Mi . ft s.iv tu
orihwest EVxpros ...-a02-li am a 8:(a am
Neuraaaa pou.ia. ....... a aw a lu nq
Jseoiaaaa avxttiaaa ..... sua am a .lw pm
Liuco.n raat ) liM pm all:ii pra -
Liu twin Lotal a ta m
Linco.D Local afupm
tcnuylr-Pta'imouta ..b 3:1(1 pm 1:m am
believue-l-iatisnaouui ..a saai pm a IM am
r-ifciisiuouut-iM ......b S.it am
beiievus-Ptiumuula .e I At pm rat pm
Denver Ltmiisd a 4:ut pm a T:Ut am
Chicago bpaciai .....yt 7:J am all :4i pm
Caicaio a.xpraa ......... pm a aa pm
Clucagu .yr :t pm a s.au am
low Local a s.u am uijo am
St. Louis Express 4:4 pra ail:sVam
kar.aas C'iiy at bu Joa..alu:4s pm a f at am
Kansas city at bl a-ia am a s Mt pm
Kansas City at fac Jo.. 4.441 pm
WEDITEB ITAe-UTH at WKBaTSEJS
(atlaaar. faal, Mlaaeastaaas . t
Twin City Passenger. ..b t to arn b 9:80 pra
S oux City Passenger.. .b 3:t p.-n bll:66 am
pioux City Local o 4:46 am cl pm
F rr.fr so-i Ixal b Wli pm b tot am
Miss art savclrle
Auburn 'orl b 8:80 pm b 11:38 am
a Daily, h Dally except kVjaday. e Buta,
day only d Daily i-xospt Saturday.
CaaJataVat JC.A.CM a. ws
Nov. 27. Djc. i. U.
Third clsss rates from Oawka,
To Hamburg. Brtm-n. Antwerp IIIM
T Liverpool. London, 43iago7....f aa.Tg
To Scandinavian points M7.M
a M. BtaianUs. O. 8U
US S. Clark 8TC. Colaag. XU,
ST. LOT1. T s . w4tVT-ti 0T.
I aever written of those who cure roughs
and colds with Dr. King's New Tiimcovary.
Ouarantaed. ton and fl.OO. Baton Drug
SHEEP-Kecelpia of aheep this morning
were limited to a few lambs, which eold
very readily at a go d, steady price. 8n
being raid for good led wa.to.na. Th re
it pis this week have been very liberal,
showing a heavy k-n over th previous
wtstk and over th corresponding week ot
last year. At the tame t.uis tr.a supitly ot
rea'ly desirable killeit haa boen Ity no
means large; on tlie contrary, packers have
complained 'if the surpljs uf luf el ior grades
and the scarcity of finished aiiKk. 1 nd.-r
ir influent of a very good demand for
finished killers and the moderate supply,
the ma: ket thrci i.ioo: the week has beea
strong and lr. a good, healthy snd en
tirely satisfactory cond tioa fnm start to
ftr.ich. Lambs are a big aV. i.ia 1 -; In
fact, the best lambs this week have ac
tually sold sue hia-her than th top of laat
week. O.oir hitht yearlings hav a lit
been very strong sellers, the best grades
reaching St J1. which waa constdarably
Luther than anything brought last week,
but, poaaitily, mere was some d tl.rextc la
ths quality. Wethers and wvs also sold
to good advant.
The above. It must be bom In mind, ap
plies to irktly well rrnished sheep asa
Iambs. Half-fat and unfinished kmaa have
beva slvw sellers thrKUattouv tut t.
Made a Hit
If big sales are any
indication of quality,
then the King Alfred
10c Cigar truly takes
the lead over any tea
cent cigar ever made
to tempt discerning
has mde a bie hif. Every
body's saying ' King Alfred,
please." Iu straight Havana
'filler, wenuine Sumatra wrap
per, fine fragrance and even
gmoking qualities have given
it permanent plare at the top
of the list of ten cent cigars.
Try it and fttvi its superiority.
Ask four cigar man
Caaa, Zovs Cigar Oe,
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