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TTTE OMAHA . DAILY BEEt WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
mark; current receipts. In returnable" esses,
21c, at mark: western firsts, free) cases. 3'
at mark: current receipts. free cases, 3wu
Sic. t mark.
CMVr.W-F rm- full rrprmi.
JilUCtUaUIlaT c: fair Kood. 131i13Hol
sew tork.- ;keral 'M.inKET
COBN VALUES AEE MUCH IHIHER
Liverpool Closed Higher Both
Wheat aad Cera and Indlrattnns
Arc ' Opralnc Wedaesdny
Will Sea Advances.
OMAHA. Dec. 22, 1M.
Wheat remain In a steady position and
lias held well agslnst strong; bearish senti
ment and opposition. Trices are not fluctu-
tng widely at present and are expected to
attiy only steady during; the holidays. In
quiries for cash wheat are Increasing; and
country miller are expected to take fair
quantities in the next tew days.
Corn receipts ar still liberal, but farmers
have shvtt off their sales and are not dis
posed to sell owing to the bie reduction In
values, but an the other hand export busi
ness Is not, and no material advance can
hardly b looked for until the buying de-
Win nrt Imnt-Airaa
Wheat opened with a firm tone, due to
better- buvlna- and light receipts. Foreign
linluiM runnnalvi In rill cine" better support.
Offerings wore rather Hunt and buying
slackened to small lots. The market wantd
to bull and. with even chance, prices
should work higher slowly. December
nnenAjt t . QaAL- tttnA elnned at KC.
Corn was quiet but steadier and values
firm. th rmenln. Demand for
rmh rorti rauinrtad the best for several
Aavm 'T.th Mllmfllbl rACpfntS for tomOT
rnm 'Btlmnlafid huvlns- and values worked
Vilvhr ami ahnwod -av fast gain. Decern
hrr ftxrn nnnl at BO'iO and Closed at
Primary wheat receipts were .Kto bush-
anrl ahlnmontn " WOT 200.000 bUShelS,
gainst receipts last tear of 700.000 bushels
.himi.nti r jf'ooo bushels.
Corn redetrxs were l.ltt.OOO bushels and
hinmanii "Ms .090, bushels, -against re
rPiots last veivr- of l,O7i.0O0 bushels . and
hlnminliinf RlOUOO follshplS.
ri,.mnr wtti non of Com, none of
oats and wheat, and flour, equal to 282,000
Liverpool closed fiJl. higher on wheat
and ,4d higher n corn.
Seaboard reported n'b salea for export.
Local range of options:
Artlclrs. Open. W1gh. Low. Close. Yes'y.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WTTKAT Ko. hard, 97H(B8o; No. 8 hard.
K.WotoHc: No. 4 hard, 34j9!c; iso. a spring
CORN-No. f, 62Hc; 'No. 3.' 52': No. 2
yellow. 62l4362Vic; No. white. 64Vc.
OATS-No. 3 mixed, 45Wi?4c; No. 3 yel
low, 4644tV4c: No, 3 White, 4fiH4HuTiC ; NO.
4 white. 4EUfg46c; standard., 4utC.
RYE No., 2, 63ci No. 6C. .
' Carlot Itrtcisti,
Wheat. Com. Oats.
Chicago .....U".i, 35 69
Minneapolis 176 ' ...
Omaha ;vW 148
Duluth . -74
(Isolations of the .Day aa Various
C'omrnodltles. .': '
NEW TORK. Dee. 22-FIXJlR-Recelpts.
68,509 bbls. i exports, 2.500 bhls. ; -market dull
and about steady; Minnesota patents. Jfi.25
6.U5; winter 8trnights. I4.riiirii4.75: Minnesota
bakers, I4.JO-o4.50; winter extras, l'.fio44.25;
winter patents, II7Mi6.25: winter low
grades, t365"l4 16. Rye flour, slow; fair
to good, l4.oni4.2K; choice to fancy, 4.3"B
4.66. Buckwheat flour, dull; at i:'.3.yui.6 per
OORNMEAL Firm: fine, whlto and yel
low, 81.46til.6u: coarse. S1.401.45: kiln dried.
RYB Dull: No. X western, nw, r. o. b..
BARLEY-Steadv: feedlnsr. 68fi68c:. c. I.
f.. New York.
WHEAT Receipts. 47.000 bu.; exports.
lflO.ono bu.; spot market, firm; No. 3 red,
11.07V. elevator; fine No. 2 red, tl.09ft. f. o.
b. .afloat: No. 1 northern, Duluth, S1.17H.
f. o. b., afloat: No. 2 hardi winter. $1.144,
f. o. b.j afloat. Following tha lead of cablea
wheat was generally firm all day and
closed 'cto net higher. H received some
support from bulls and was also Influenced
by small northwest receipts and a better
demand for cash wheat. December closed
at $1.08 7-lSc: May. closed at 11.10: July,
closed at 1.044.
CORN Receipts. 44.000 bu. Boot market
firm;. No. 2, MVfec, to arrive, elevator, and
tifciic. f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 white, 6o-ie, and
No. 2 yellow, 6oVc. f. o. b., afloat. Option
market was dull and weak without tran
sactions: closed unsteady: December
closed at ft'c; May, closed at 67c; July
closed at etaic: Beptember closed at 7c.
UATa rteceipts, 69,ow ou.; exports.
bu. 8pot market quiet: mixed. 2 to 32 lbs
fW'inVe: natural white. 2tt to 32 lbs., 64'auic;
clipped white. 84 to 42 lbs.. toVi-Ge.
t i'.r,i.- iJuii ; spring hran, i-4.6j; mia-
Ullngs. t2 45: citv. t2.3h52i S5.
HAY Dull: No. 3. 65ii'7oc: good to choice.
HIDES Quiet : Bogota. lOUSIilVic: Central
Arret lean, 21 Ur.
PROVISIONS Beef quiet: family. 117.00
si 17.60: iiiess. S13.0uiiU.GO: beef hams. 12(1.00
m.OO; packet, $14.n'il5.B0; city extra India
mees, ij6.f0ff 27.00. Cut meats, ateady; plckb d
bcllks, fc.B.,Wi.:B: pickled hams, S9.0)X.aU
Laid, steady; western. J 5t(l.tio; refined,
firm; continent, 9.80; South. America, $10.6o;
compound, id.lbCnl.OO. Fork steady; familv,
17.6(itl8.60; short clears, 30.00ri.00; mess,
TALLOW StoRdy; city (12 per pks ). 6Ao:
country (pkgs. free), fiB7c.
lucis Uuiet; domestic, tuir to extra. 2"A
4t1i'; Jnpan,- nominal.
BUTTER Steady; creamery specials. Z261
S2V4c; official price, 32c; creamory extras.
aUjidlc; creamery, thirds and firsts, 2)
30c; creamery held, common to special, 22
29c; state dairy, common to special, 21(g'29c;
process, common to special, lsac; west
ern factory, firsts, 3irgjvfcc; western Imi
tation creamery, firsts, 22a23c.
CHEESE. Market firm; Btate, full
cream, specials, MViqloVic; September,
small or large, colored or white, fancy,
14c; October, small or large, best, 134c;
late mode, small, best, 13c; good to prime,
ll4i8125tc; common to fair, 10V4&llV4c;
skims, full to specials, 2( nc. '
EUOS Firmer; western firsts, 32Hc: sec
POULTRY Alive. . quiet: chickens. 11c:
fowls, 12'tc; turkeys, lOCTHc: dressed,
strong: western chickens, 16020c; fowls, 10
614c; spring turkeys, 1923c..
67 WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
SEWYORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Late in Session is Active and
Buoyant in Tone.
serve, shows: Available cash balance.
77: gjld coin and bullion, $2$.9i0,!14;
gold certificates, Sti,377.2N.
CLOSING VALUES AEE HIGHEST
Ramor of Absorption or Transform,
tloa of A' amber of ayatems by
Harrlmaa Interests Featar
of the Day's Sews.
NEW YORK. Dec. 22. There was some
shrinkage of activity In the stock market
today In connection with the recovery, but
the closing was very active, and the tone
buoyant at the top prices. The feature of
tha "market was the circulation of rumors
of propose absorptions and rehabilitation
of railroad systems. E. II. Harrlman, whose
surpesed critical condition of health
figured In the Imagination of speculators
yesterday In ccnnectlon with their heavy
selling of stocks, resulted in a very bad
state of affairs today and was permeating
the rallroadr map of the country with his
rrcjects of combination ' and transforma
tion. On the one hand it was confidently
assured that he was planning the rehabili
tation of the Wabash system and devising
Its combination with smim outlet, prefer
ably the Lackawannn or the. Erie. In an
other quarter the . retirement of President
Newman from the New York Central might
bo opening the way for Mr. Harrlman's
expected entry into informal activity in
that property. An lrcldent was to be the
hitching lip of the Toledo, Bt. Louis A
Western with the New York Central lines
for a new connection Into the southwest.
There was great activity in' all the se
curities of the Missouri. Kansas & Texas.
fixing the present assumption that the sale
or tne Colorado & Southern to the Chicago,
Burlington & Qufncy was a fair Index of
what was to happen t6 other southwestern
railroads with a gulf outlet and eligible
for combination with r.orthern and north
western roads.- The brilliant advance in
the market price of the Colorado & South
rrn mortgage securities, with the assurance
of such perfect auspices for the affairs of
the company as the Burlington, offered an
attractive proor of ttie advantages to.ac
crue from such Rmnsamffnta.
A considerable short interest has been
built up In the market In the course of
the sharp fall In prices which has occuried
ince last weeK and buying to cover was
i neip io tne'anvance. This wns In evl
dence In the rise in markets for which
stock there had been purchased apparently
large options. In the London market.
the monev outlook and thn com ng tariff
discussion still entered into the current
discussion, but not with such effect as
with the incoming reports yesterday of Mr.
Carnegie s testimony In the tariff hearing.
rxeany xiau.wu in gold was engaged to go
forward to Paris tomorrow and the sub-
treasury continues to ahanrb nimntltUo
from the banks, with the prospect of this
dralrl Increasing with some shipments
toward the end of the week of subscrip
tions to Panama canal bonds. The tran
quil and rather -asier tone of the call
money marxet Deprived the subject of dls
ramus were strong. 'rotnl sa es. nnr
value. 10.C4,000. United States bonds were
uncnangea on call.
Number Of Sales anA lUninv mmfatlnna
uii BiuiHi were:
New York Money Market.
KMV YORK. Dec. 22 -MONE'Y-On call.
rm; 2iSH per cent; ruling rate, 814 p r
cent; closing bid, 3'4 per cent; offered at
t per cent; time fiana, dull and rather
easier; sixty days and ninety days, 3x
per cent; six months, 3fH per cent.
FHIMH MERCANTILE PAPER 4B4i
8TEHLINO EXt MANOR fttrtldV. With
actual business In bankers' bills at $4 8joMJ
8515 for sixty-day bills and nt -14.8706 lor
i-mand; commcrcUl bills, $4 M V'tH 847.
PILVERr Bar, 48c: Mexican dollars, 4fic.
BOND Oovernment. steadv: railroad.
Closing quotations on New York bonds
were as follows:
. S. ref. 2. rri IM Int.
4o coupon 104 U.
CHICAGO GltAI AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading and Closing
1'rlces on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Dec. 22. Small receipta In
the northwest - caused strength in the
wheat market today: ' final Quotations
showing net gains of &lc. Corn and
oats also closed , firm, and provisions
Trade in the wheat pit was not of large
vftium hut aontlment was bullish
throughout the entire day. The strength
of the markets at Minneapolis and Du
luth tvas the chief factor in tne situation.
The firmness of the northwestern mar
kets was due mainly to the continued
falling off- in receipts. Arrivals at those
two points today were 250 cars, against
4JtJ cars the corresponding day u year
ago. and advices received today forecasted
atlll smaller receipts in the, near future. An
advance' of ri 4i' in the price of wheat
at Liverpool had, a strengthening Influ
ence early in the day. Shorts were active
bidders for ' the December delivery end
It opened stronger, with May at 11.06
and July at 98o. Exports of five boat loads
were reported at the seaboard. There was
a fair demand for' cash wheat here and
prices were steady. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 280,000 bushels.
The world a visible supply decreased ouu,
The corn market was firm nearly all
day. The principal activity was in the
December delivery and the price of that
option fluctuated over a Ihio range. Cath
corn at the sample tables was tin c
Weather conditions were favorable for the
movement. The market closed firm, with
prices ud UtvT4c. final quotations on
Muy being-at 66HO6044C, and on July
at ti0c. December ranged between oH8
67Hc and closed at tic.
Active demand for cash grain by east
ern shippers had a bullish effect on the
oats market. The prUe of the cash grain
was up WUVio. The market cioaea linn
with prices up tt&PVtc. May closing at
ElliflHtQ and July at 46 4ic.
Provisions were active and firm early
In the day. but became, dull and rather
weak later in the session. At the close
prices were unchanged! to Ec lower.
The leading futures ranged aa follows
Artlclo. Open. High.) Low. Close.) Yes'y.
Fair Wednesday and Not
Change tn Temperature,
OMAHA.. Deo. 22,
pressure continues high
The pressure continues high ' over the
mountain district pnd east over the cen
tral valleys, lake region and upper Atlantic
states. A relative depression overlies tha
British northwest and a disturbance of
considerable energy is central over the
south Atlantic states.- Uenerally clear
weather prevails west of the Mississippi
river over the mountains, with rainy and
cloudy weather on the Pacific slope. The
disturbances over the south Atlantic states
Is accompanied by heavy rains and is
causing generally unsettled . Weather
throughout the eastern portion. A slight
but general rise in temperature is shown
went of the Missouri river. It is slightly
Cooler In the Mississippi valley and south
ern states, and decidedly cooler in the lake
region aad. east to the Atlantic coast.
Thtvre. JUk .jjQTlnd(caOpn., of : any material
change in weather or temperature In this
vicinity tonight or Wednesday.
Omaha record . of temperature and ore.
clpttation compared with the corresponding
a ay or tne last, tnree years:
19UM. 1907. 1906. 1903,
Minimum temperature.... 26 26 18 23
Precipitation v... .00 .00 T .00
Normal temperature for today, 25 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation (ince March L
4.30 inches. . .,
corresponding period In 1907,
corresponding period In 1906,
WELSH. Local Forecaster.
St. Louis General Market
LOUIS, Dec. 22.-WHEAT Hlghej;
No, 2 red, cash, elevator, 1.06&l.07Vi;
hard, l.ulV4j'1.06; May J -li.OtfH ; July,
track, No. 3 cash, B74
2 cash, 44Hc;
. 2 white, 614
Dec. 1 00T, 1 01H 1 00 1 01
May 106VT 1 1 0& 1 H
July 87 98 9794 8S
Corn , .
Dec. 664 67H .64 B7'4
May PSWn f4'91s ' 80i 60HjrV
July aoihlBO '60H 60
Oats- . I .
Dec. 49HI 49H 49VW 49
May 61SC(fAi!51H((i 51W 51f H
July 4ft 46464'46H 46
Pork- . I
Jan. 15 97H 16 07Vi 15 96 15 95
May 16 32H 16 87V 1125 16 25
Jan. S3 35 9 30 -9 30
May 9 67 9 67 ft 9 62
Jan. 127 27 I 27 127
May 8 60 8 66 8 67 8 67
No. 2. -
Citsh quotations were as follows:
FLOCK Quiet and ateady; winter nat-
-nts. 34.65dra.10; winter straights, 4.35(fi4.86;
i!"mg patents, Ifi.So.SO; spring straights,
ivth hj; oaaers, J (fn.i.
WHEAT No. I spring. fl.OBO'1.07: No. a
spring. 8ciS1.06; No. 2 red. $1.02'B1.03.
CORN No. 2, 6767c; No. 2 yellow, 67 j
'oATS-No- 8 white, 60ci No. white, 48
RYE No. . 14r74c.
BARLEY tJood feeding, 88c; fair to choice
UEEDS Flax. No. 1 northwestern, 3148.
1 1moth), prime, 13.80. Clover, contract
PROVISIONS Short ribs, sides flooneV
37.7iKo8.25. Mesa pork, per bbl., $14.62
14.7. i-ra. per iw ios.. a.au. snort clur
aides (boxed). f8.37'!r.62.
Following were th receipts and ahlD-
inents of flour and grain:
Flour, 'bbls....'. 23.60 M.b'J
Wheat, bu 28.000 2ft, i-jo
Corn, bu 04.2M 2:i7.:i0
Oats, bu 4ti3.500 ' 4JJJoO
Rye. bu. B.frno , 6.200
Barley, bu , 126,400 47,600
On the Produce exchange today the bvit
tier market was firm; creameries, Wj;e:.
dalHea. 2l025c. Eggs, firm; at mark. ces
Included, Swuak-; firsts. 30c; prlmo flr',,
Sic. Clieose, strong, 14f(15c
Kansas City Grain aad Provisions.
KANSAS' CITY. Dec. S WHEAT I'n
crianged to c higher; December, 97To;
Mav. 99o: Juiv. 91c. Cash: No. I hard,
81.OOOP1.04; No, 3 hard, 97cii-.02 ; No 3 red.
8J 0S; No. 8 red, 8l.00frt.oa;
CORN Unchanged to c higher; Decern-tH-r,
664ic; May. Mc; July, 66r, Cash:
No. 2 mixed. 6tic; No. 3 mixed, S6c: No 2
while. 67ViTo: No. 3 white. oTIxaTUc
OATS TTnchanged to o lower; No
White. 48WCJ No. 8 mixed. 4&fiii0c. "
RYE No. 2, 7To.
HAY Steady: choice' timothy. 89 75
10.00; choice prairie, 3S.50S8.75; choice al
falfa. 313 soigifso.
BUTTER o to 1e higher; creamery
81c: packing stock. 19c.
EOOS-Firm; freh. extra, Slc; current
receipts, tc. 1
Wheat, bu 70.000 1 S6.000
CJorn, bu 26 000 1 25 000
Oata, bu 13.000 I 1 11.000
Philadelphia Prod mo Market.
68c; May, D!(g9c; July, 69c; track,
rxo. t wnue, oc.
OATS Higher; track. No.
May, 6094c; July, 46p; No,
Kici steaay. vvtta
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, $4.M
no.iu; extra iancy ana mraight, I4.16iui
4.10; nara winter ciear, j.du.
SEED Timothy, 82. GOG'S. 45.
CORNMEAL 84.20. . .
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, SI. 00
HAY Dull; timothy, 88.00O1S.50: prai
rie. 38. 00 10.00.
IRON COTTON TIES 31.00.
PROVISIONS Fork, ateady; Jobbing,
315.37. Lard, lower: prima steam, 8W.0V
4(9.17. Dry salt . meats unchanged;
hoxen, extra snorr, J'.i.a; clear ribs,
89.25; short ' clears,' 1 39. o0. Bacon,
boxed extra short, 310 37; clear
810.50; Khort clears, 810.60.. .
POULTRY Higher; chickens,
springs, 9c; turkeys', 16c; ducks,
BUTTER -Higher;-creamery. 23 31c
EGGS Lower: 28c. case count.
Flour, bbls 10,000 14,000
Wheist, bu 47,000 87,000
Corn, bu ,.16,6.000 . , 64,000
Outs, bu 66,000 61,000
PHILADELPHIA. IVe. S2 V
Steadv; fair demand; extra we
rv. S3c: nearby prints. SSe.
EGGdFirm: lo hmher;' 1
and other nearby firsts, fice
Available Supplies of Grain.
NEW- YORK, Deo.' 2S. -Special cable and
telegraphlo communications received by
Bradstrects show the following changes In
available supplies as compared with the
previous account: Available supplies
Wheut, United States, east -of Rookies in-
crwased twtf.Ooo bushels; Canada, Increased
879.000 bushels. Totul United States and
Oanada Increased ' 1.532.000 bushels. Afloat
for and In Europe, decreased 2,100,000
bushels. Total American and - European
supply decreased swi.eou bushels, oorn
United Spates and Canada, increased 2,658,
000 bushels. Oats, United States and Can
ada increased 1.467.000. The leading de
creases this week follow: Decreases: Man
lliiha. 71ti.0U bushels: Minneapolis private
elevators, 75.000 bushes: Rochester, 75.000
buiiela; iouisvtlle. 65,000 bushels; Port
Huron. 60,tio0 bushils. Increases: Portland
M.. 118.1110 bushels: vvatertown. B. U.. no,
mi) bushels; Sanintoa, f1.009 bushels; Hanv
ilton, Ont., 60,000 bushels.
Minneapolis Grata .Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, D.-C. 22-'VHEAT-De-
ceir.her. Il Ofia: May. Sl.Ot'Wl.Oii: No. 1 hard
331.09iOf I'.IO; No. 1 lwrtliern, 31.09; No 2
northern, 3l-Kt?ri.w; o. i roitnern, ir-K
r RAN-ln bulk, 319.00.
FLOL'lt-Ouiti: tlrnt pj.lents. 8S.35f.65
second patents, 35.10i(i6.2(. first Clears, 84.00
4.10; second clears, xz.Kitr3.u6.
Liverpool rala Market.
LIVERPOOL Dec. 22. WHOA T Spot,
easy; fo. i' rea, wesirrn winter, 7s 10d.
Futures, rirm; iwpinwr, tm ua March
7s iv,u; May, is ta.
CORN Boot, steaay; new, American.
mixed, via Galveston, 6s 4d. Futures,
quiet; January, as zj; much, s ij.
Mllwaokee Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE, Dec. J2.-WTIEAT-Firm
No. 1 northern, 31.10; No. 2 northern, 31.07
v'l.v,1; wy. i.w oia.
(DUX-Migner; way, ovsnwe.
BARLEY Higher; standard, Sac; aample.
67j(rtoc. . , ,
PFX1RIA. Dec. 22 CORN-Hlgher; No.
yellow, 67c; No. 3 yellow, 67c; No. 3. 57c
OATS Steady; No, Z white. 50c: No,
White, 4tt'4c; No. 4 white, 48c.
M. 32c at
northern. II 08; No.
eember II "7; May,
22. WHEAT No.
2 northern, 31 07; De-
8l'WV;- July. 11.09.
Amalxamsted Copper .
Am. C. V
Am. C. tt V. ptd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. A L. Dfd
Am. Ico Securities
Am, Lin MM oil
American Loeomotlva .
Am. Locomotive pfd . . ,
Am. 8. ft R
Am. 8. ft R. pfd
Am. Smir Rellnlng...
Am. Tobsrro ptd ,
Anaconda Mining Co..
Atlantlo Coast Line...
Baltimore ft Ohio
Bal. ft Ohio pfd ,
Brooklyn Rapid Tr....
Ontral Leather pfd...
Central of New Jersey
Chesapeake ft Ohio....
Chicago Great W 1,400
Chicago ft N. W 2.10
C, M, ft 8t. P i'5,W
c, c, c. a 8t. L 200
Colorado T. A I.,... 6,900
Colorado ft Bo... B,)no
Colo, ft So. IK pfd S.ftoo
Colo, ft Bo. Id pfd M0
Consolidated Oas 11,100
Corn Products 100
Delaware ft Hudson , 500
Deenver ft Rio Grande 3,6X0
D. ft R. O. pfd 400
Distillers' Securities 1,'rto
Erie 1st pfd ryx
Erie 2d pfd lOO
General Elertrlo R0O
Great Northern pfd. 14,700
Great Northern Ore ctfs ... 1,000
Illinois Central 600
Interboroush Met 18,700
Int. Met. pfd 22,700
Isles. Hlfh. Low
43,800 79 n
International Paper ' 11
Int. Paper pfd 300 57 56
international rump sin 33 32
Iowa Central 1.300 80 28
Kansas City 80 6.500 88 37
K. C. 80. pfd 1,800 68 67
Louisville ft N 2.300 121 12o
Mlun. ft St. L 200 50 48
M., St. P. 8. 8. M 4u0 131 12
Missouri Pacific 7.000 64 62
M., K. ft T 84,100 42 38
M , K. ft T. pfd 4,700 75 71
National Lead 1,400 77T4 76
N. Y. Central, ex-dlv 18.900 118 116
N. Y., O. ft W 2,700 4f 44
Norfolk ft W 1,800 84 84
North American 100 73 73
Northern Paclflo 11,500 14 138
Pacific Mall 200 34 84
Pennsylvania 6,800 128 128
People's Oas 4,200 1H loo
P., C, C. ft Bt. I,
Pressed Steel Car 1,400 42 40
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring J.SftO
Republlo Sleel 800
Republic meet pfd 4
Ko. k Uland Co 1.004
Rock Island Co. pfd 10,3m)
St. L ft 8. F. 3d pfd 8
Bt. Louis 8. W.
Bt. L B. W. pfd.
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railway pfd ,
Texas ft Paclflo
T., Bt. L. ft W
T., St. LW. pfd
Vnlou Paclflo pfd ,
V. 8. Rubber
V. 8. Rubber 1st pfd
V. 8. Steel
r. 8. Steel pfd....
Va. -Carolina Chent.
Va.-Caro. Chem. ptd
Westlngbouse Electric ..
Wheeling ft L B..
Am. T. ft T. Co
Total sales (or the day.
Boston Storks aad Boada.
ROBTON. Dec. 22. Money, call loans
SV31A nor cent: time loans. 4fif4 Der can
Closing; prices on stocks and bonds were as
, si Atlantic
, 89Hutte Coalition
. 97 Cel. ft Arliona
.101Cal. ft Hecla...
.131 Copper Range .,
.128 Daly Weat
. 33 Greene Cananea
, 4 Lie Royale ....
. 5 Mass. Mining .,
.128 Miiblgsn ,
.117 Mont. C, ft C.
, 29 Nevada .,
. 84 Old Dominion
. II Parrot
. 12 Shannon
, 67 Tamarack ,
. 65 Trinity
.131 United Copper ,
. 57ll. 8. Mlnlug...,
. M I'. 8. Oil
.111 Victoria ,
. S Wolverine
. 78 North Butts ...
Atchison sd). 4s ...
Aicblson R. R
Boston ft Maine....
Boston Elevated ...
Am. ArSe. Chem...
Am. Pneu. Tube..
Am. T. ft T
Dominion 1. ft 8...
liaison F.lec. Illu..
Oeneral Electrlo ...
United 8. M
V. 8. Steeel
Cattle of All Kinds Show Strength
NO MATtBIAL CHANGE IN HOGS
Fat Sheep and Lambs Itronger, with
Good I.amba Tweaty-Flwe to Fifty
Illaher Than, Last Week
1 101 u,
3s. res 100 Man. r. s. 4s 74
do coupon )noMex. I'eentrel 4s 67
8. 4s. reg
Am. Tobacco 4s.
Atchison sen. 4s.
do sdj. 4s
do rv. 4s
do cv. 6s
Atlantic C. L 4s....
Usl. ft Ohio 4s
Brk. R. T. CT. 4s...
Central of Ga. 6a..,
do la Ino
do 2d Inc
do 3d Inc
Chea. ft Ohio 4m...
Chicago ft A. 8s..
C, B. ft Q. n. 4s...
C, R. I. ft P. 4s..
do col. 5s
do rfdg. 4s
CW. ft St. L g. 4s
olo. Ind. 6a
Colo. Mid. 4s
Colo, ft So. 4s
Del. ft . cv. 4a
A R. O. 4s
Erie p. I. 4s
do gen. 4s
Hock. Vsl. 4s
do 2d series
.130 do 1st Inc 24
..131 Minn, ft 81. L. 4s.... 86
.. 79 M . K. ft T. 4s 99
..lne. do 2s ... 8
..100 eN. R. R. of M. 4s 81
.. . Tt. T. C. g. 3s 87.
..102et. J. C. g. 5s 129
..l"lNO. Pacific 4S 104
86 do 3s
100 N. ft -W. r. U
. 84 O. 8. L rfdg. 4s..
, 83Penn. ct. 8s 1315
.109 do con. 4s
81 Reading gen. 4a...
. 61eR,B. of Cuha 6s..
. 60 est, L. ft I. M. C os,.
.106 St. L. ft 8. F, fa. 4s.
. 74 r, L. 8. W. c 4s....
. M8eshoara A. L 4s...
. 75 So. Pacific 4s
. 85 do 1st 4s
. 0So. Railway 6s
. 98 Texsa ft P. 1b
,. 74T., St. L. ft W.
. 79 Union Pacific 4s..
. 9S do cv. 4a
.101 r. 8. Steel fd 6s..
. Wabash Is
.. 40 Weestern Md. 4s...
. 75W. ft U B. 4S...
..107 Wis. Central 4s...
.81 N. T., N. H. ft
,. 92 e. 6s fs
. 11 Lake Shore 4s 1931
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Dec. 22. American securities
were irregular during the early trading
today. Union Paclflo and Amalgamated
Copper advanced g and Reading and
Louisville at rxasnviue aeenneci The
rest of the list held within a, small frac
tlon of yesterday's New York closing.
London closing stocks;
Consols, money ...
Baltimore A Ohio.
83 Mo., Kan. ft Texas.. 40
,. 63 New York Central..
,. 9 Norfolk ft Western
. 9 do pfd
.104VkOntsrlo A Western.
New York Mralaa; Stocks.
NEW TORK, Dec, Ji CToglng 4juottlons
en mining siockb
Com. Tunnel stock.
Com. Tunnel bonds.
Con. Cial. ft Va....
Little Chief ..
Ysllow Jacket ,
OMAHA, Dec. 23. Bank clearings for,to
flay were 82.0iT.f4.28 and for the corre
sponding date last year 81,811,140.08. '
ivabmi.uton, uoo. K. Today's state
mi-nt or tne treasury halHrwe In I he ?eneril
fund, inclusive vt tlio $lju,w0, glj re-
Candlan Pacific 179Raad Mines
Chesapeake ft Ohio... 59 Reading
Chi. Oreat Western
Chi., Mil. ft St. P.
Denver ft Rio O...
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Illinois Central ...
Louisville ft Nash
MONEY 2V, rr cent,
The rate of discount In
for short hills Is 2 per cent:
months' bills, 2 6-16 pel cent;
. llSouthem Railway
.149 do pfd
. 10 Southern Pacific ..
. 36 Union Pacific
. 82 do pfd
. 3.1 U. 8. Steel
. 4 to pfd
. 39 Wabash
. 20 do pfd
.14 Spanish 4s
. . 53
quiet at 22, i per ounce.
the open market
BOSTON, Mass., Dee. 22.-WOOL The
scarcity of stock, the firmness of prices
and the absence of extensive dealings are
Btill the features of the local wool market
There Is, however, a. slight tendency to
easier prices in poorer grades. The leading
domestic quotations range as follows: Do
mestlc, Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces, XX,
a4rqaoc: X, Ulftrflzc: No. 1 washed, 384i3c
No. 2 unwaahed, 37raSc; fine unwashed, 23
feC4c; half blood, combing, 2iVfi'30c: three
eighths blood, combing,' 2SiR5c; -quarter-
blood, combing, 27fi28e; washed, 3637c; de
laine, unwashed, 28t29c. Michigan, Wiscon
sin and New York, fleeces, fine unwashed
21fffi22c: delaine, unwashed. 26V&7c: half'
blood, unwashed, ZtVfciOTc; three-eighths
blood, unwashed, ZoXBOTc; quarter-blood, un
washed, 25ift6c. Kentucky, Indiana and
Missouri, three-eighths blood, 27(6280; quarter-blood,
2MnV!c. Scoured values, Texas
fine, 12 months, oWnUc; fine, to 8 months,
52c; fine fall, 4860c. California, northern.
6Mii53c: middle county. 434i4c: southern. 37
$)38c; fall free, 40gM8e. Oregon, eastern. No,
staple, 62itu3c; eastern clothing. 4Nitt0c
valley. No. 1, 4M?48c. Territory, fine staple
62(&5c; fine medium staple. B7(SC9c: fine
clothing, 659c; medium fine clothing, 49
62c naii-Diood, wviWM-r tnree-eiKntns, tiood,
52ti4c; quarter-blood, rflivldc. Pulled, extra.
u8(K2c: fine A. 63&65c: A sunera. G0uT62c.
ST. LOUIS, Deo. 22. WOOL Unchanged
medium grades, combing' and clothing. 18
4r23V4c; light fine, 16(46o; heavy fine, 10
mine; tuD wasnea, wtmc.
NEW YORK. Dee. 22.-COTTOJ-Futurcs
opened steady; Decemofir, 8.860; January
K.boc; feDruary, b.mc, ,oia; Marco, 8.62c
May, 8.70c ; July, 8.67c; August, 8.66c, bid
NEW YORK, Dec. 22.-i-COTTON-Future
closed very steady; lecember, 8.96c; Jan
uary. 8.63c: February, 8.67c: March, 8.7ftc
April. 8.77c; May, 8.81c; June, 8.79c; July,
8.79c; August, 8.69c i September, 8.57c; Oc
Spot closed quiet, 10 points advance; mid
dling uplands, 9.25c; middling gulf. 9.50c
sales, 1,700 bales.
OALVKSTON, Dee. J. COTTON Mar
ket steadv. 8Ve.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 22. COTTON
Market steady. Low ordinary, 4.45c. nom
inal; ordinary, 5V4c, nominal; good ordinary,
6 9-16c: low middling, 7 15-lbc; middling,
8 11-lGc; good middling, 9 l-10c; middling
fair, 8 7-lic; fair, 10 3-lGc nominal. Re
relnts. 17.741: stock. 286.904.
BT. LOUIS, Dec. 2. COTTON TJei
changed; middling, 9c: sales. 88 bales; e
ceiots. N.24K bales; shipments, 2,303 bales
stock, 37,126 bales.
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 METALS The
London tin market was firm today, with
spot closing at 132 12s Ud and futures at
134 6s. The local market was dull but
hio-tier In svmnathv with BDCt. quoted at
129.004129.26. Copper advanced to 62 12s 6d
for spot and 63 10s for futures 1n London
The local market was dull and unchanged
with lake minted at 814.2o14.374: electro
lytic. 14.0uif-14.12; casting. 813.87H14.00.
Lead was a little lower at 13 Is Id In Lon.
don. The local market was easy at 8416
S4.20. Snelter was unchanged at 20 15s
In London and 85.1066.15 locally. The Eng
ltsh iron market was lower, with standard
foundry quoted at 49s. Locally the tone of
the market Is firmer, but there was no
hard change. No. 1 foundry northern Is
ouoted at 817.0017.75: No. 2, 8176(al7.26
No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 22 METALS Lead
lower, 14.05, offered. Spelter, weak, 85.00.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frntts
NEW YORK, Dec. 22. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market Is quiet, with fancy
quoted at HWifiW; choice, Wasc; prime,
DRIED FRUITS Raisins are unchanged
with loose Muscatel quoted at 6b4tjC
choice to fancy seeded, 64t7c; seedless. 4Hr(f
He; London layers. ll.oflftil.tiQ. Prunes are In
moderate demand. Choice apricots are
uuoted at 9'A'n9Jic; extra choice, lOlOe
fancy, llH4il3c; choice peaches quoted at
7'tfic; extra cnoice, I'Jaiflac; iancy, nvk'g'uc,
NEW YORK. Dec. 22. COFFEE Pu
tures closed barely steady at a net decline
of 5 points; sales were reported of 225.500
bags, including reDruary ai o. jwn o.auc
July, 5.35c; September, 85. 30 5.40c; and
November. 85.40. Spot market quiet, Rio
No. 7, 6Hc; Santos No. 4, 7c8Hc
Mild, aull; Cordova. 12Hc.
DMA1JA LIVE STOCK MARKET
SOUTH OMAHA, Deo. 22. 1908.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hops. Sheep,
Official Monday 2.417
Estimate Tuesday 8,0i9
Two d.iys this week.... 5.426 10.528 6.39)
Same days last week ....14.924 12.011 21.(35
Same days 2 weeks ago. .11.6 M 15.P61 16.6W
Same days 8 weeks ago.. ,78 15.6S1 16.417
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 15.4H2 22.B14 4.i
Same days last year .... 2,580 10,256 1.849
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for tha yesr to date, compared wtin last
year: . 190. 1907.
Cattle 1.018,979 1,147,464
Hogs 2,373.576 2,210,165
Sheep 2,076,914 2,027,6
The following table shows
price of hogs at South Omaka for the last
several day a, with comparisons:
Date. 1908. 19O7.19O6.19O6.19O4.1908.1902.
Deo. 12... 5 82 4 71
Dec. 13... 4 49
Dee. 14... 6 S- 4 26
Dec. 15... 8 36,
Dec. 1... 6 30 4 23
Dec. 17... 5 34 4 47'
1C. 18... 6 31V4 4 47
Dec. 19. . . 6 80H 4 34
Dec. 20... la
Dec. 21... 6 36; 4 83
Dec. 22... 6 33 T,
4 71 03 4 83 4 431
ID 4 M 1 41,
6 19) 4 84 1 4 60
4 88 14 44
4 9 4 38
4 49 i 98
4 40 t 09
4 28 6 IB
4 34 6 23
4 84 6 2
I 4 SI 6 01
4 39 6 15
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. & St. P 4 4 ..
Wabash 1 .. ..
Missouri Pacifc 5 9.,
Union Pacific 41 20 12
C. At N. W east 5 2..
C. & N. W., west 13 27
C, St. P., M. & 0 8 9
C, B. & Q., east 4 8..
C, B. & y., west 13 14
C, H. I. & P., east 13 4
C H. I. & P.. west , 2
Illinois Central 8 2 1
Chicago Great Western 8 4..
Total receipts 118 ' 103 . 15
ine disposition or t ie (lav s receltus was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
Der ot neaa indicated:
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company 347
Cudahy Packing Co 620
Armour & t o 419
Krey Packing Co
Vansant &Co 101
Carey & Benton ;. 58
Lobman & Rothchlld.... 60
W. 1. Stephen 74
Hill & Son 72
F. P. Lewis 46
J. B, Root & Co 48
J. H. Bulla 35
L. F. Huss 64
L. Wolf 410
McCreary & Carey. 7
Sam Werthimer 19
H. F. Hamilton 36
M. Hagerty &Co 48
F. O. Inghram 35
Sullivan Bros 9
Lehmer Bros 34
Independent Packing Co
Longman & B
Other buyers 356
Siftr and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Dec. 22. SUilAR Ra w,
nominal; fair refining, S.2t4u 8.2.1c; centrifu
gal, ti test, 8.70c; molasses sugar, 8. 961'
2.9KC. Refined, stesdy; No. 6, 4.35c; No. 7,
4 Sue: No. 8. 4.25c; No. 8, 4 20c; No. 10. 4.10c;
No. 11, 4.05c; No. 12. 4o; No. 13. 29"c: No.
14, 8.90c; confectioners' A, 4.60c; mould A,
5.10c; cut loaf, 6 5tc; crushed, 6.46c; pow
dered, 4H5r; granulated. 4.75c; cubes, 6c.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, 28912c.
Oils aad Rosin.
OIL CITY, Dec. 22. OIL Credit balances,
81.78; runs. 138,5o0 barrels, average, 14S.162
barrels; shipments, 182,657 barrels; average,
SAVANNAH, Ga., Dec. 2I.-OIL Turpen
tine, firm, S83Hc.
ROSIN-Flrm; B, D and E, 82.87H; F,
82.97u8.00; O, 82.974; H, $-87Vtti3.4ti; I.
84.15; K, 6.15; M, 85.80; N, to. 15, W. Q.,
Stoaa City Lire Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY, la., Dec. B. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. I,6u0 head.
Mark.-t steady; beeves, 84 6"4?T.OO; fat cows
and heifers, 84.0fry6 00; butcher stock. 83. 26
4 on; killing cows, Ji5r(.26; feeders, 83.0t,i
4.76; calves and yearlings, 8S.0C(rt 00.
HOGS Receipts, 4 8m head. Market weak;
range of prices, 85.UU&6.6&; bulks of sales,
Toledo Seed Market.
LEDO, Dec. 22. 4SEED Clover, cash
IHcemrwr, 15 60: Wirt-h. 8j.57W: Oeto.
ftf.io. iTiuie sluike, 88.80.
Totals 3,086 6,928 2,803
CATTLE Receipts of cattle continue
quite moderate, and as several trains were
late in arriving this morning, there was at
no time very many cattle on sale. Sttll,
there was a total of 117 cars reported In,
out tne yaras are so large that 100 cars
make only a small showing. The market
as a whole was In a good, healthy condi
Packers were Inquiring after desirable
beef steers and the market on that kind
was reasonably active-and a ltttle stranger
again than yesterday. Under the Influence
ot tne very light runs the market Is rapidly
recovering from last week's break. Still,
the demand Is not very heavy. It being
ilium or less limned as usual at tne noiiday
season. Common kinds especially are not
Cows and heifers also sold to good ad
vantage, Deing generally a littlo stronger
than yesterday. Anything at all desirable
sold very freely at current prices and the
offerings for the most part changed hands
in gooa season.
What few stocWs and feeders, there
were met wuii very readv sale at irmirl
strong prices. Cattle of that kind have not
advanced as much as killers, largely for
the reason that they did not decline last
week and were plenty high enough to be
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice corn
fed, steers, 86.26U'7.16; fair to good cornfed
steers, o.iSXH ; common to fair cornfed
eieers, .(oo.a; good to choice range
ei.wyo.w, luir io gooa range steers,
j4.o'ao.d); common to fair rants steers.
83.604j4.6t; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, 84.0ua4.66; good to choice grass cows
and heifers, I3.&U&4.35; fair to good grass
cows and heifers, 82.76&3.60; common to
fair grass cows and heifers, 1.762.76; good
to cnoice siocaers ana reeaers, 4.bi)6.2&;
fair to good stockers and feeders. 13. 7ftf4 Un
common to fair stockers and feeders, 12.75
uj.io; stocK neuers, iou!B3.sti; veal calves,
SO.wji.uu, uuiia, eittjIB, etc., a.s.aHQI.io.
HOGS-Hogs were in . fair . supply this
morning, but the market did not show any
iifULurmi L-iittiigo us uuinparea witn yeH'
teraay. inn Hina ot nogs mat every one
warned, tnat is tne Kind that salesmen
could get good competition on, were posbI
bly a little stronger In spots. On the other
hand the general market was Just about
steady, with yesterday. While the trade
was not patrlcularly active, there was a
fair movement and the most of the hogs
sold In pretty decent season. The prices
paid ranged largely irom eo.aj ,up to 86.60,
with the beat'hogs on up as high as 85.70.
SHEH.P Receipts tnis morning were
small, only about fourteen cars being re
ported In. Of tnis number four cars were
consigned through and not offered for sale,
Of the remainder four cars were feeder
lambs which sold at 86.16 and two cars
were feeder wethers, which brought 84.25.
There were two loads of lambs aood
enough for killers, which went to a. packer
at 80.75 and there were also a few other
little bunches that the packers could make
use of. The prices paid lor teeoers looked
as much as lmit'lSo higher. Fed lambs were
also stronger again today, the sales look
lng 25fc0c higher than last week.
It would be well for the country to un
derstand that lambs have made a very
rapid recovery from last week's slump, due
largely to the very light supply on the
market. As a matter of fact the demand
everywhere seems to be limited, buyers
being not at all anxious for any great
number of killers. Still with receipts so
light prices have sprung upward, but the
general feeling Is that anything like a lib
eral run Is likely to bring about a reac
tlon until the demand becomes larger.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Oood
to choice lambs, $6.&07.O0; fair to good
lambs, 86.00fcti.5O; feeding lambs, $4.o"ffni.l5;
aood to choice light yearlings. lo.biXao.ib
fair to srood heavy yearlings, 84.76'ci.26:
feeding yearlings, 84.00j4.50; good to choice
wethers, 84.25S4.7o; feeding wethers, S3.759
4.25; good to choice ewes, 13.75(64.00; fair to
good ewes, 83.25((i3.73; feeding ewes, 82.00
3.25; culls and ducks, fi.tMUZ.uu.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK ' MARKET
Cattle Barely Steady Hogs, Sheep
and Lambs Steady.
CHICAGO. Dec. 22. CATTLE Receipts
6.000 head: barely steady; steers, 84.60Hr7.9O
cows, 13.0txU6.26; heifers, 82.504.60; bulls,
82.75fi4.5o; calves, 83.&Oi.75; stockers and
feeders. 82.5ut 6.00.
HOGS Receipts, 23,000 head; market
steady; choice heavy shipping, 85.7546.80
butchers. 8".fi."'6 75; light mixed, jo.on'fiS. 36
clolce lltflit, $5.3f.fr5.56; packing, $."..36436.70
Digs. 4.(Vfci.16: bulk of sales. e.2.'q6.bu.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 15,000
hetd; steady; sheep, 84.0115.00; lambs, 35 25
mi.W. yearlings, 4.41b.. .
St. Joseph LIT Stock Market.
OT. JOSEPH, Dec. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, to io head; autrket active and strong
steers, 84 6Ct6 50; cows and heifers, 2.6o'4
!.z; calves, n.wi'uts.uj.
HOGS Receipts. 5.006 head: market
steady to 6o higher; top, lo.Bb; bulk ot sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 300 head
market active and higher; lambs, 85.7
Kansas City Ihi Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Dec. 22 CATTLE
Receipts, 7.000 head. Including 100 southerns;
market, steady to loc higher; choir ex
port and dressed beef s tne re, 6.00fr7.26:
fair to good. 84.3uft6.9o; western steers. 83.75
ito.aV); stcx-kens and feeders, $J.2li'6.&o;
souUiera steers, fi.vo5,50; southern cows,
How is it with the younR people of your household t
Are they saving their money! Are you endeavoring to
instil into their minds correct ideas concerning thrift and
economy? Would you listen to n suggestion! It follows:
Many young people grow to he mature in years heforo
they learn lessons in thrift, and many a sad picture often
follows this neglect. Why not start them with ft bank ac
count of $1.00 and teach them the earning value of money,
how their money saved will earn interest and grow of it-
self. " ' v.." '"
Our facilities are arranged to help the children. ; t
Oldest, largest and strongest Savings Bank in Nebraska". .
CITY SAVINGS BANK
16th and Douglas Sts.
the peat through train to
the land of winter rosea
No travel more luxurious, for r
the service and equipment are the
best that money can buy.
Electric Block Slosal Protsotloa
The Sale Roid to Travsk
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1324 Farnam St.
Phones: Bell D. 1828;
.fij.'.-sr-,- . '
Ind. A3231. .W.V.
, THE TRAIN
OF REAL LIGHTS
IS THE BURLINGTON'S CHICAGO SPECIAL, 6:30 P. M.
Every car on this handsome train is brilliantly lighted by
electricity generated from the dynamo operated by an expert
train electrician in ehargeof the lighting plant of the..' train.'
This effort to obtain a perfect light is but one detail of the
many employed in the care and operation of these high-grade
Steel library observation cars. Latest models of sleepers
and chair cars; likewise the best possible dining car service.
Sleepers and diner available for Omaha passengers at 6 p; in.
Opposite Chicago-Omaha train at 6 p. m.
Tickets and Berths at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1502 Farnam Street, Omaha '
I mm h m
32.25(64.00; native cows, 82OK&H.00; native
heifers, 33.2Urijti.00; bulls, 3X00&4.50; calves,
HOGS Receipts. 14.000 head: market,
steady to 6c lower; top, $T).70; bulk of sales,
3j.1&h6.6&; heavy, 85.554(6.70; packers and
butchers, 8s.3U(u6.60; light. 86.0txs6.&0; pltcs,
8HKBP AND LAMBS-Receipts, 6,000
head; market 162Sc higher; lambs, 85.6ttH'
7.60; ewes and yearlings, 84.OMj5.Oo; western
yearlings, 84.75'uti.OO; western sheep, $l.O0-.
4.76; stockers and feeders, i.&04l's.60.
Bt. I.oala Live Stock; Market.
BT. LOU19, Dec. 22 -CATTLE Receipts,
2,ii0 head, Including i&0 Texans; 10c higher;
native shipping and export steers, 84.SO
7,(s5; dressed beef and butcher steers, ti.Wu
6.40; steers under l.WK) lbs., 83.754i6.15; stock
ers and feeders, 82.76''(4.66; cows and heif
ers, 33.004i'6.5O; canners, 3175i2.00; bulls,
3L'.7b84.75; calves, 83.5O(((,7.0O; Texas and In
dian stpers, 83.00i.5o; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts. -9,fW0 head; steady: pljt9
and lights, t3.254i.&0; packers, 85.5nft5.70;
butchers and best heavy, 85.'"5.9fi
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 650 head;
market 25c hipher; native muttons. tJ st
4.26; lambs. 85.&.K37.&0; culls au.d bucks,
64.60; stockers, J tWi 1 3. 50.
Stork: la eight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
contending that It cannot be declared for
feited when the accused ended her, own life
before her case was . called ' for trial In
court. It is further contended that the
fact that she committed suicide exempted
them from all liability on her bond.
.18,809 83,047 21.411
More people are taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy every year. It Is considered to be
the most effective remedy for kidney and
bladder troubles that medical science can
devise. Foley's Kidney Remedy corrects
Irregularities,, builds up worn-out tissues
nd restores lost vitality. It will make you
feel well and look well. -
MeaalBai of Appetresce Bond.
BIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Dec. -(Special.)
A suit of an unusual character has been
Instituted In'. Gregory county . by which
State's Attorney Donohue seeks to recover
the sum of 11,000, the amount of the bond
furnished to the case of Miss Bessie Bin
kular, who some weeks ago committed sui
cide while under bonds on the charge ot
having set fire to her millinery- store at
Ilerrlck, one of the new towns In Gregory
county. The flames were communicated to
adlolnlng buiWlsgs and caused a loss of
about 825.000. Her bondsmen say they will
resist to the lent the payment of tha bond,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Isabel B. Hamilton et al. to Lettle C.
Dallas. el42 feet lot 2, block 14
Hanscom llace .,t
Lawrence Overmler et al. to George
. onggs, y.m xeei oi ejo reet of
lot 7, block 7t, kouth Omaha ....-..
William O. lire and wife to Ma
thilda Johnson, lot 69, Fairmount
fluce v j
Maria Lay ton to Charles W. Sears,
trustee part blocks 1. i, 8. 4. 6 and
6, Pullman Placo
Slate National bank to Caroline Good
rich, lot 154, Lenox addition
County treasurer to Harry D. Reed,
lots 3. 4, 7. 11. 13. 14. 17. 21 and 23,
block 4, Sheridan Place
Same to same lots 1 and 1L block 1.
lot 9,' block 3; lot 3, block ; lot 14.
block 1, Hard Terrace
Sarah Duffy to John 11. Vance, part
government lot 4, section 14-16-13...
John H. Vance to Sarah Duffy, part
submit 1, government lot 4, soctlon
Fred Stubbcndorf to' Josef ''aadinaV
lot 2s, block 4, Mella's 1st addi
Sarah J. Dewey to C. George CarlbVrg, .
lot 3. block 3. West Omttlm ".
Emily Stephenson tu Kilward Gistn.
lot 3, N. J. Smith's Placa
The Byron Reed company to Abra
ham l. wis, lot 8,. block 10, E. V.
Caroline Ilamblet and husband to
Addle S. Klever, block 141, Flor-'
Elizabeth Hols to Henry and Berths'.'
Withooaki. lot 2. block 8, Dupont
Orla W. Rich and wife to Frank' A.' '
Iwls, lot 2. Twentieth and Ames
avenue subdivlulon ...-.j '.
Merrimack River Savings bank to
C D. Glover, block 123. Dundee
W. L. Rose and wife to I. R. Bray,
lots 1 and 4. block 47, Florence
Robina L. Scott et at. to .Arthur O. ,
Leas, lot 11. block 8. HIMhuJ Ni. t.
Fannie C. Fltehett to George H.'
Fltchett. lot k, block 4. March addi
tion Same to same, lot 11, block 20, Hans
Wante4 An Issue at bonds eemre4 T aar sub
lie nUlltr or luduatrtal proposition. We bay re
sources aad can fire Quits results. Correspond
with sae. Address Elsi.r . Uerats, Hulks sl.
HUier BuUsiuc, Htm Vina.
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