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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1912)
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A VYKriTKKN Cylinder Shel.er. new
l-is, Winter, in 4he best of cundltlnn fur
Threshlnir outfit. 1T II. P. Mlnnenp-
lis eng. no '.K.x Avery sepiirntor run four
imii s, in unoii ronultlon, $7tt.tj Auto
Vl ntotorcyclo J II. I". ill good running
Want a i-'ord or Hupp Torpedo r road
ster 1911 model. Also largo kerosene
It H S T. JOHNSON. Columbus. Neb
l"o K SAI.K S-rooin m-w anartnieni,
nicely furnished. 16l So. l'th. Doug. Ttvi.
KOR 8AL.B Oood hard coal stove. Har
AI.FAI.FA huy for saU . 261) tons. The
Irrigators Hank, Hoottablnff, N.'b.
$1 Urn, I II.
A I'UI.nVess dresser,
tiros. v. ::v"4.
Call 5u2 South
Kolt WALK-My len bowling alleys, nit
tables, all ht'i grade, located. In Omaha
on one floor, I'lacc will parti $&ia) a year.
Address G. O. Francisco, Denver. '
YOU.Sii women coming i Omaha "ns
fe.ian.-ers are invited to visit the Ynim,;
Women's Christian assiKimljn building
ut Seventeenth and St. Mary - Ave.,
where they will ba directed to amiable
boarding places or other wine usalsxed.
I i . ,ui uiii travelers' uld al the Union
WASTED lo know Dugen'a pres
ent audress. Met last time at skating
rink, Fremont, Neb. Hubert Taylor, gen
63DAY lUAIOD KK.MKDY.
Oladlsh Pharmacy, 12th and Podge.
A New Truss
NEW l.NVKNilu.S. ACTlOis AND
Does not spread the rupture open In
ternally aa convox pads do. Write lor
THE TYRRELL. T1UTSS CO.,
X78t Llroadway, New Voi-lt City
Massage. Kiqenhouse. .to Obi Bomon Hid.
K rent and repair all kinds of sewing
triai-nlncs. Inu. A-lwtt. Douslaa 16U.
NEHKASKA CYCI. CO..
K.th and Harney -'
. - ......
MASS AUK Swedish movtiienl; nothing
better for rheumatism ; incites, $1; genlle
men, $1.50. Apt. 2. 102 Farnatn. I'. 'i-M '.
l.lKBl.N, inasn am,.- to h.i au a.
MA 4 A fl IV riath. salt Blow aromatic
OOAU treatment. Mme. Allen,
Chicago, UK) 8. l.th St.. 1st floor. D. 7663.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits casi
off cletnlng; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at U4
N. 11th St.. tor coat of collection, to the
worthy poor. Call phono Douglas 412i
ano wagons will call.
Mrs. Snyder. massage, electrical treat
ment, o Dunsany. 10th 1'lerce. D. 4:130.
r. Burke, women's dia. aaea. 41 Doug. Hk
M AlJWTin treatment. K. llrott. 710
iMAUrM.ll S- ihlhi , floor. D. 528!).
.OUIjTKY ANH PET STOCK
Siietnings, i.a5 ijci- l'ja Wagner. MOl N. 16
""NcTTs'EED of worrying about dessert
when Dalzell la In town. If Mrs. F. M.
Taylor, 4i Harney St., will coma to The
Bee office within three days we wilt give
her an . order for a tiuart brick of this
fine Ice cream.
Electric gag fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
laea. lenient to., 17lh and Cuming.
Fucha. Son Bl,nd, painting, decorating,
a.a on.y con., Jooer. Iteaiy. Web. 1.41.
til X 1'l.Ul'r.ni 1 run ,.
AT A BARGAIN
My property at aa26 California St., 7
roomed house, mouern; lot 60x160 ft. I'none
BIUUE3T BARGAIN IN OMAHA.
Fine large 6-room house, strictly mod
ern, finlsned In birch, walls painted; lot
60x1', nice lawn and soma fruit and
ahrubbery, 12.000. 11.000 cash, balance
.-,n ba, arranged., Must raise money.
Owner Uvea 'In house. 4705 N. 13th bt.
The best home district 111 Omaha.
NorthweM uiiwr oi -4m and Castellar
streets, id tt frontage on 24 in street and
160 ft. deep. Uood lucution for store and
three or four collages.
1506 Dodge St. Doug. 415.
FARM A KAMI! LA Ml FOR BALK
tfruua t uiuiuuu.
Choice valley farms in tracts of 100 acres
or more on easy terms, wiuun I to' t miles
irom the towns aiong the urand irun
i'aoino Railway between 'ori Ueorge anu
i-'rlnce itupert. Write for booaiet uu
acribtng this wonderful couony. u.
Meyei, District bales ' Atent, bio iaxiou
iidg.. Uinana, Neb.
160 ACRES, well Improved, 2 miles
from lowii, 73 tm.e to scnool, fine neigu
borhood, gooa rlcn aceo sun; this is a
cnoice quai ter secnon; price U per acre
lor g.uic caon deal. lUiiiilund vvvutf
Hue. -v iiiai u, coioiacfo.
THE LAXsU ur aujNSlilNE,
e are oiicr,ng iu, m aiiu -cie iiacia
ana upwarus locaieu in coiumuia couaty
near i.ukb li, i'loiiua, uu imiua vac uc
jacKsouvule anu oniy. to muea tioin oi.
Augustine, tins properly ,a iniersucutu
t,y imee raliroaos ol uaiionai repuiauun,
which lumiMi Hie best ot services at
icasouabie rates to all maiacis ui Uio
L tilled mates.
The clniiaie Is ideal. Fine farm are
now being worked in our tract who
exceptionally good results. Own one of
uur lainis. investigate our oiter. email
ah payments anu easy terras.
Low rates uaily. xickcls good until
JUMBOBT. C. D RUES EDO W & CO.,
tHO Omaha isutioiial iiank Bldg.,
(!RA1'E FRL'IT, orange and winter
Vegetable land near Arcauia, the cuuiil)
ten I of Dcboto county, Florida. The op
portunity of a I. retime. l rices ngiit,
terms easy. Agents wanted ftooklet liee.
llydrt At Grant Land Co., Fairmont, Minu.
ALL 1 ask U a cnance to tell you of
our opportunities in Florida. Call up alter
t, o'clock or write
W. H. FORD,
Phone 371 1. lil S. rt St., Omaha.
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is lo insert a email want ad
in the Lms Alou.es Capital. Largest cir
culation In me state of Iowa, 4o,uuo uaily.
The Ca)1ial is read by and believed in
by the Hiandpatters of Iowa, mno sunpiy
refuse to permit uny other paper in ineir
bonus. Rates. 1 cent a word a uay, !.
per lino per lnontn; count six ordinary
Wordu to the line. Address Lies aloiuus
t'upital, Ies Alo'iie, la.
GltEAT SUUT11 GE0UG1A
l raversed by the
ATLANTA, l.n.jli.vijiiAM ATLAI
Lands adaptable to the w .uest range of
i Tops. Ail tue inuney crops ut the souUi
tiieiiLituliy piouuctd. For lueraiuie Heal
ing Willi this com.ng country, us soil,
ci.iiiulc, cliurch anu school advaniaaes.
v, i no
W. II. LEAHY, DEI'T. K,
General i'a, seiiger Agent,
AT LAN 1 A. OA.
A DANDY 160. Webster county, well
Improved, close to limn; alfalla, timber;
fine hog and dairy farm: easy teruis. W.
i. Isarrett, Hayes Center, Neb
KOm CHOICD BARGAINS, ten acres
bearing peaches; J acres alfalfa. 40 acrsj
alfalfa, close In; l-M acres in es out.
Government Irrigation, pienty of water,
lira th ui climate, good kcuo jIs. vs rite to
day. Haiisnorit 4c Co., Taasill il.Ujj ,
tarlibad. N. M.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
SPECIAL HAittiAIXA 72 acres near
Artesia. .snarter mile from Tuna In La LoTlCS Who Hold Their Wheftt Over
Salle county; proven belt for onions, figs. . lglU VYnel WVCf
ami cotton; quick snlc. U. per acre Also i SUnaaV Are KeftdT bellerS.
four Mack and Mnik sandy bind farms; I
each 146 seres; best cotton, corn, potato I
section en South Texas; no crop fillures;
Increasing In vslur IX to $l. each ear.
8. E. Seymour, owner. Columbus. Texas.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
W'ANTEIfc-Clty loans and warrants. W.
Fartinm Smith Co.. i:i?0 Karnam St.
OMAHA I'ropertv and Nebraska Lands.
O'KEEFE Rl'AL ESTATE CO.
101.; New Omnlut Nnt'l Hunk Hnildlnc.
FAKI LOANS near Omaha; no com
m'alon; optional payments: cheap money.
Orln 8. Merrill, 1215 City Nnt'l Hank Hid a
MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties. H.Om to $.VXi.0"tl. W. II
THOMAS. M3 First Nat'l Hank Hid.
Jit) to llO.tnO made promptly. V. D.
Wend, Wfiil Bids'., lsth and Karnam.
WANTED Ctty i' ians.' IVt-rs TriisrCcT
( MiVIN MIN)S 'oa""- nd up.
LARGE loans, municipal bonds, mort
gages bought and sold. STl'l.L HHOS.
to loan at C on thnaha home, $.V"', $1,000
or l,5uti. Address H-1SK2, Bee.
FOR SALE OR EXOHNGE
tor Sale or Trade
"20 acres in aiimona county. Iowa, ten
miles east of Onawa; two miles from
Turin; fine Improvements, consisting of
f-room dwelling, modern except heat;
large two-story burn, double corn crib
with driveway, wagon scales, hog pens,
cattle sheds and other outbuildings; 2
wind mills, orchard, school adjoining
premises; Improvements cost over ?,ooo.
Iand consists, of about 110 acres, rich
valley plow land, mine, subject to over
flow; 14il acres upland, all of which can
bo cultivated, and about TO acres In pas
ture, whtch may be classed rough. The
soil is a rich loam with clay subsoil. The
land Is all fanced and cross-fenced. Trice
118.000, one-third cash; encumbrance $7,500,
would consider Omaha or South Omaha
property for $10,600 equity, or would take
In good clean merchandise stock up to
value of equity.
310312 Brandcls Theater Hldg.
CITY PROPERTY. WANTED"
For the finest farm home In the state
for tha money, 640 acres highly Improved,
mile from a county seat town in cen
tral western Nebraska, 100 acres fine val
ley land, balance fine pasture and hay
land, $5,000 worth of new Improvements,
7-room, r.ll modern house, oak finish,
barns Hnd other outbuildings to match,
an Ideal home and stock farm, price
$11,609, mortgage $2,000. Want clear prop
ertv In exchange. Act quick, glvo price,
location and description In first letter.
Hox 476, City Tel. D. 1.TO2.
A new 7-room house, strictly modern,
hard wood finish downstairs, full slsed
basement. The owner has moved to Den
ver and is willing to sell at a sacrifice or
will renL It can be bought for small
payment down. House, No. 2447 Plnltuey
Toland & Wiley
44S Bee Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE 13 forties cut-over
Northern Wisconsin $7.00 acre; clear of
mortgage, mineral reserved which Is
common In the Iron felt. Want land,
city property, merchandise, autuomoblle
or offers, describe fully. A. M. Kauff
man, l.ncfridge. la.
IF you have a sweet tooth be sure to
try a box of D. J. O'Brien's candy. Al
ways fresh and pleasing to candy lovers.
If Albert Erickson, 4006 Grand Ave., will
come to The Bee office within three daya
we will give htm an order for a 60-cent
box of O'Brien's candy.
WANTED TO BUY
2d-hand goods, Kleser. 1020 Center. D. 6862.
MILL MACHINERY WANTED-Plaiv
er, tenocer, shaper, cut off saw, mortlser,
window frame machine. Can use second
hand, must ba cheap. Address Y Hi, care
' -- -
WANTED tiy barber; a Job, no stu
dent. B. H. Norton, btoneham. Colo.
W ANTED Position as housekeeper by
respectable middle-aged lady. Prefer
home with children. Also experienced as
nurse. Address Mrs. Marie Turner, gen
eral delivery. Council Hltif'.s, la.
SITUATION wanted as manage! of
general store, country town; experienced.
o 613, Bee.
WASHING and curtains dune. T. H 6420
BOOKKEEPING and clerical work
evenings and Saturdays, use typewriter.
. (, ti less L 1 48, Bee.
THREE young ladles, piano player and
singer, want positions In picture show,
experienced. Douglas CS66. K 775, Bee.
lusiiloM wanted by competent lady
stenographer; references as to abllyy.
Harney 644. ,
COLORED girl wants general house
work. 26."l Cuming St. Tel. Harney 313d.
lULNu iii.. ..,.. .a war-
tender; experienced. 8 (15. Bee.
WHITE lady desires steady piacea of
day work; neat, conscientious; does Dot
disappointment engagement. Pnoue u.
WANTED Position by an expert peu
man; bookkeeping experience; also expe
rience as policy engrosser with insurance
company; beat of references; age. ii,
married. 'Phone Douglas ki22.
YOUNG man wants place to woik for
board while attending school. Boyles
college. Dougius li4 or ind. A-19&4.
WANTED A posilion as watchman or
secret servicing, good references. G liut,
.whites Ud HvU,
YoUNG lady wisnes position as slenog
lapner; goca references. W, HwO,
VOUM, lady jual coinuieliug business
course, wishes place In oince wnere itieie
Is chance fur advancement; small wages
to stall. Phona Weo. a70.
WORK WANTED By middle-aged
man; object to secure home raiher tuaii
wages. Andreas, J U3. Bee.
W ANTED Position as ottiee clerk; $
years experience; ran luinian a Urrsi
Class reference. N 10i2, Bee.
"""MARRIED man wants position, office
or collections ; best references; can qual
ify. F 14, Bee.
WANTED A position, inside work, of
any kind; is an experienced cook. ind.
W AN i ED Evening work In bookkeep
ing, accounts, as cashier, e'-t., by grad
uate of eastern university. References,
i lull, ee.
FAMILY washing neatly dune, rough
dry or bundles. Harney HM.
SHE naturally 1 looking for a dessert
that needs but little preparation. Tell nei
i f Lalzcll s Ice cream. If Mrs. R. Hendee,
44e2 Dodge St., will come lo The liee
of i lee within three days we will give
her an order for a quart brick of this
fine Ice cream.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to South Omaha; save
mileage and shrinkage. Your cuni.gn
uiems receive piumpi and caiefui aueu
i.on. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION .MIX
Myers Bros. Co. Sirorig and responsible.
Wool BROS., t.t-oii j-.xcliange B.dg
Great Vest. Coin. Co., Oimilia A Denver.
VvT"lt. SMl'l H JkBON JusJuind i7 sheep!
TAGG HtlOS. bundle cattle, hogs, slieepT
('lay, Ruliinson Co., 2oi Eich. Hindu.
1 ntrrstate Co. lieTfer results. Snip to us.
( LIK'loN (oni. Co, UI Excnange Bmg.
" u e7hTh kr'tb a co., tlii.x cuTum g"
Cox A Jones Com. Co.. hunch of huMieis.
Farmers I.. K Com. o . iiw Kl' liun.f
Deposit proceeds ol siiipluelils 111 nloLA
! Yards Nat'l bank. inl bank at yards.
Martin Bros, ft Co., l"3-t Exch. blog 7
CORN RECEIPTS ARE MODERTE
llnrLrt Holds Slendy In Spite of the
Mump In Wheat lsri (mil
t urn Mlnatlon tn Unite
OMAHA. Jan. S, i'JU
Liverpool cables were weak and "tower,
ri-fleetlng belter weather rondillons In
AiBentlne. Longs, who held wheat over
Sunday, were ready sellers on the open
ing, and this selling gave our market n
vt.ak tone. Later news on the visible
supply was more encouraging and the de
cline was checked.
Coin receipt, continue very moderate
and the market held steady In spite of
the slump In wheat vslues. The cash
corn sltimtior. Is a strong one and It will
take a big run to mnrket to break values.
Wheat ruled weak and lower under
liquidating sales, due to bearish foreign
nws. Ca-.li wheat was weak, selling lVac
Light receipt and good demand for
cash stuff guve the corn market a firm
tone. Cash 'Corn sold t,o higher.
I'llmnry wheat receipts were 4!.iV0
bushels and shipments were li,000 bush
els, against receipts last vesr of HkS.WM
bushels and shipments of lWi.OiX) bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 1.1.".2.oi
bushels and Hhlpments were 623.000 bush
els, auainst receipts last year of 7iiS.0O0
bushels and shipments of t;v:.'l bushels.
Clearances were 27ri.OH) bushels of corn,
none of ohI- and, wheat and flour equal
to n.19.0i) bushels.
Liverpool closed VI to 4d lower on
wheat and d higher on corn.
The following ckjiIi sales were reported:
wheat: No. V hard, 2 cars. $1.0i': No. 4
hard. 1 car. $1.01. Corn: No. 4 white, 1
ear, tHRic; No. 4 color, 1 car. flOlfco No.
2 vellow. a cars. 6le; No. 4 vellow 4
cars, noise; 4 cars. flOV; 1 car, rtOc'; 1
cr, r.!H,e; No. S mixed. 2 cars, 8nc; 1
ear. 61c; No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 60c; no grade,
I car, 68c. 1 car, 67c. Oats: No. 3 while,
1 car, 47Sic: no grade, 1 car, 4S,c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, tl.0ttfl.04; No. 3
hard, tl.00fitl.i3; No. 4 hard WVe(&$1.01,
CORN No. 3 white. 6061 Vc; No. 4
white. 6!JitVHie; No. t color, 60Vfl1c; No.
3 yellow, e0vj,"(ic; No. 4 yellow. l,WtH)0ic;
No. 3. 6timj61V,c; No. 4, 6!)?m0c; no grafts,
OATS No. 2 while. 47C4So: standard,
4.'4H'47'c; No. 3 white, 47Mi474c; No. 4
white, 4?ti47c; No. 3 yellow, 474710;
No. 4 yellow. 46ti'47c.
BARLEY Mulling. $1,061 126; No. 1
feed. Kic; heavier feed, &cif$t.0ui,
It YE No. 2, RttiDoc: No. 3. fcMjjSDc,
Chicago 6 2!)4
Omaha 43 21)
CHICAGO GRAIN AM) PROVIMlC
Fea teres of the Trading; and ( losing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. .-Recauso bright
weather had finally smiled on the Argen
tine harvest, wheat values todav became
easy. Closing figures showed a d.-cllne of
Ho to Vilic net. latest trading left corn
unchanged to Vie higher: oats off Ho to
!Vcc and provisions down a shade to
In the wheat market speculators
seemed to divide their attention mainly
between the radical change In the Argen
tine weather and the developments In a
lively election that was In progress for
a choice of officials for tire board of
trade. Before the oiienlng news was at
hand that the return of fine weather re
ported from Buenos Ayres had brought
about a sharp decline at Liverpool. There
was a conspicuous absence of fresh buy
ng as the market came to a close. Dur
ing the session May ranged from tl.ooH
to tl.om.ftl.01 '4 with last sales $1.01. a loss
of Vtf net.
A forecast of colder weather tonight
mada corn firm. Prices for the May op
tion fluctuated between 64 e and
64:le, with the close o up at tov.
Cash offerings were not liberal, especially
from Iowa. Carlots of No. 2 yellow were
nuuiea at wac ior oio.
(lata weakened under the lead of wheat.
Top and bottom levels reached by May
were tUXfMDHc and 4!i,o with the close
HrViC net lower at 4Vte.
Hog products were lower, but changes
for the day did not exceed a nickel.
The leading futures ranges as follows-
Artlc'll Open. Hlgh. Iiw. Close. Safy
13 92 IS 97 14
16 31H5 1 35
14 60 18 60
8 s2'ii 8 MHl
8 So S Wi-7Mi
15 87V41 IB DO
16 22Sil 16 2o 16 30-32
16 37HI 16 42H16 46-17
9 30 9 3749 35-TVi
v ijo id rii'-iii v u
9 66 9 67',70 70
8 f.2Vj 8 u7V
S ll'.jl S HI
8 82 8 82H68 8,-7-l(
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOlR Flim; winter patents, tl.TtV
4.uu; winier straights, xj.uuwt.o6; spring
patents, $o.9o.ou; spring straights, 4.4
(a.6j; bukers, t3.o0"i4.W.
RYE No. 2, DotiC
BARLEY Feed or mixing, &0cSj$I .05;
fair to choice malting, $1. 2212.
SEEDpe Timothy, $12.ODiul.0X); clover,
$1.1 .50W 20. 26.
PKOViblONS-Mess pork, per bbl., $15.60
-iilo.S;. Lard, per luo lbs., JJ37. bhort
ribs. Sides (loose!. $8.624.
Total rlearaneejt ot wheat and flour
were equal lu VIS.OOO bu. Primary receipts
were 4..ou0 bu., compared with bt'j.uoo bu.
the corresponding day a year ago. The
vlsiblit supply of wheat In the United
States decre sud 7ha.0OU bu. for the week.
The amount i. breadstuff on ocean pas
sage decreased 1. 240.000 bu. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat, li ars;
corn, LTD cars; oats, 75 cars; hogs, ikl.ouu
l hieago Cash Prices Wheat: No. S red,
'!4Kc; No. 3 red, l)4'gV7c; No. 3 hard, ftsctf,
$1.03:, No. 3 hard, D6cii$l.02; No. 1 northern,
fl.10fyl.lit: No. 1 northern, $1.076 1.10: No.
3 northern. $ 1 .02Sj l.OS ; No. 2 spring, $1.0044,
1.06; No. 3 spring, H(cti$l.i2; No. 4 spring,
6ri($1 .00; velvet chaff, W-ifil 04; durum,
KOciilltO. Corn: No. I, 01)lt60,4'; No. t
while, :lVi!61c: No. 3 yellow, SoS.lc;
No. 4, 5ii"c: No. 4 white, WnW: ; No. 4
vellow. 6M1COR. Oata: No. 3 white, f.jj
No. 8 white, 4d''.4;c; No. 4 white,
4S1i49c; standard, 4HSv'n60Vie. Rye: No
2, '.:.k. Barley, K.rf-fitl 32. Timothy. $U.0O
'ul",ii. Clover, $1.1.5itt20.25.
HI "ITER Hteady ; creameries, (83c;
E !GS Firm; rei-eipts. 1.437 rssea at
mark, cases Included, li2t31c; firsts, 2ti'u
ijo, : prime firsts, 33'.
I'll EFiSF Steady; daisies, 16,itfli,c;
twins. 16uli'c; young Anirerkas, ld'u,
l'ic; long horns. 16'4,'u V,r..
po'l'ATol-.H Mrm; choice to fancy, 9;
4inrc; fair to gwid. S(Jtr3c.
pol'LTRY Steady : turkeys. 141S4c;
chickens, i:ifil4c; springs 13,:.
VKA I -Steady. 7ijlle.
Cailol Receipts N heat, 6 cars, with
OMAHA. THE ftllAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO..
Con -ci'ieents solicited.
VOI R wife always appieelatea little at
tentions ou pay her. Stop and get her
a box of O'Brien's candy. If M. Olson.
371 Meredith Ave., will come to The Bee
office within three days we will give hlin
an ord.r for a 6u-ient box of O'Brien's
LEfiAL NO TICKS.
fcloCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
Tha annual meeting of the stockholders
of th Bee Building company will be hsid
at the office of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'cioek p. m. Tuesday.
January 18, I'd!, for the elertlon of in
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may propn ly come kafor
By order ut the president
N. V. FI.1L, Secretary.
none of contract grade. Corn, : W cars,
with 1 of contract grade. Osts, 4:! eats.
oial receipts of wheat at Ch1iu: Mln
e. noils and Dulutli today were SI ears.
compared with 348 cars tho currt sponding
day a year ago.
M:W .OHK t.C F.H Al. .M. All K KT
itnntatlona of the Par "wrlu
NEW YORK, Jan. 8. FM AM'It - Stciuly,
SI'Ht'K 1 iitent. t" l(iiJ; winter sriauslit s.
74 ';n4. .'.".: winter patents, $'.T.ci4 .u;
spring clears. $4 2odi4.4o. wlnuer fxtrns No
1. t-l.i' 'ii 3 ,V. winier extras No. 2. t.l . , ii
3 '.": Uansss straights. 4 .: Hi 4.T. Ke
flour, firm: fair to gol. , $4.7ii'4 80.
choice to lanry, $4.!(."i.r. Iluekwkent
flour, quiet. $:.;ri2.V' per hundrd pounds.
COHNMK Al - stead v: fine V hlte and
yellow. t Mi 1.66; coarse, $l.a:.('l W; kiln
RYE- yulet: No. 2, 9i',c, c. I. .f. Buffalo.
BARLEY- Steadv ; malting,. tl.lK-al.30
c I. f. Buffalo.
W HIC-VT SN.t market, easj ; No.
led. !fc elevator, exinirt bals and $1 A)
f. o. b. atlost; No. 1 northern Duluth,
$1.21 f. o. b. afloat, l'uturi's 11M rknt was
easy during the morning Milder nnslerate
selling on the cables and more favorable
Aigeiitlne advices, but ra'lled lite on
covering and 011 tho d -creas-, In the vis
ible eupplv, closing 'e nei lower. Mav
$1 l4 11-1111.01".; closed $! : July closed
$1.0uV Receipts nil; shipments 14.".,M4
ctiRN Stot market, steady: exporl
nei, iAc f o. b. afloat. Futures mar
ket was nominal. Receipts !r,2r bushels;
shipments 1S0.4.I7 bushels.
OATS Stvit market, steady. Futures
market was nominal. Receipts, 83,s,5
HAY Steadv; prime. $1.10; No. 1. $1.2iM
1.3D; No. 2. fl.livjil 16, No. 3. Wci Jim'.
HOI'S tjulet : state, common to cholee,
1911. 4srn66i'; I9I0 nondnal. Pacific coast,
lilll. 4Mri..oc; 1910 nominal.
HIDES Steady; central America,
UKAi11r.it nrm: nemioca nrsis
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET i-
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
Pat Lambs I Ktrrn In Tn rnty-Kli e
Cents Higher nnd I'nt Mieep
Are Ten l Flflren 4 enls
r'-jjc; seconds, 24i2'i; thirds, 2137 22;
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mess, $17. 00
ftlT.Mi; fsmllv, $1J 0id ai.OO; short clear.
$17.!.VjS1S.60. Beef, steadv; mess, tl3.la.Vti'
13.."0; family. $H.60(ii liVIA); beefs, $29.HV,r
3100. Cut meats, quiet; pickled beef, bl
to II lbs.. !.4c; pickled hums, 11'iillViC.
lrd, firm: mlddlewest prime, t9.36nili.4i;
refined firmer; continent, $9.W: South
America. $I0.4": comtannul, 6Ns'i7c.
TALLOW yulet; prime city hhils, 6c;
special. nc: country. 6,ffi'c.
BllTT:iR Firm; creamery siajclals, Ki'n1
SlVjc; extras. 38b3!,c.
I'll EESl-Flrm: sRims, 3'4Tri4ic.
EGGS Firm; fresh gathered extitis, 36
i37c; extra firsts, 3."c; ilrsts, 34c; wt-stcrit
gathered whites, RtDLISc.
PO I :LTRY Dressed strong: western
chickens, lO'ifyltittc; fowls. i;nil6Sc; tur
POCLTRY Alive; receipts llgltg and
market stronger, especially on fowls,
chickens, 13yi3Vc: fowls. 16-16.'; tur
t. I.onls General Market.
ST. I.OC1S, Jan. 8.-WH E AT Cash
strung, track. No. 2 red, $l.floi(V.0IV4;, No.
3 hard, $1.03al.U; Mny; $1.00; J,uly, Vi'u
CORN Lower: truck, No, 3. 61tffiH2c;
No. 8 white, 63'ii!-4i6c; May, lUt4u ;
OATS Lower; track. No. 2, 61c-, No. 2
RYE I'nchanged at IBc.
FIXJl'R Firm; red winter patents. $4.60
i4.90; extra fancy and straight. tl.Mtf
4 46; hard winter clears, $3.(Vj3.60.
SKE1 Tlmotljv. $14.0"fj 16.W.
BRAN Higher; sacked, etast track, $1.23
HAY Higher; timothy, t?i.00-ij.00; prai
rie. $1S.001 17.00.
l'ROVISION'8 Pork, tftichanged; job
bing, $16.60. 1ard, ui. hanged; prime
steam, $9.1139.20. Drv salt meats, higher;
boxed extra shorts, $8.76c clear ribs, $1.75:
short clears, $S.87V4. Baoxvn. higher; boxed
extra shorts, $9.76; clear ribs, $9.76; short
POULTRY Firm; chickens, I2c;
springs, 13c; turkeys, 14Vic; ducks, 13c;
BUTTER Steady; creamery, :Wiji30e.
EGGS-Hlgher at 20c.
Flour, bbls 6.O0O lO.OHO
Wheat, bu 26.000 n.ono
Coin, bu 132.01-1) 29000
Oats, bu 27,000 22,000
Kansas Illy Grain and Provisions
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 8 WHEAT
cash steady; rio. i nam, i.03nri.tis; No, 3
tl.Olffi m; No. t red. tl.02; No. 8, SHayW.Ol
i'oiiin 1 ncnangea to nigner; No. 3
mixed, 66c; No. 8, 64V4e; Ho, t while. C6C11
67c; No. 8, 660.
OATS Unchanged to Vie higher; No. 2
wnite. 00c; no. 1 mixeo, fsrtve.
HA Y Unchanged to 50c higher: eh
timothy, t210oti'22.0O; choice prairie, $17.10
BUTTER Creamery, 36c; firsts, 34c; sec
onds, 32c; packing stock, 21Vo.
EGGS Extra, 24c; firsts, 32c; seconds
Wheat, bu XI, Ola)
Corn, bu los.oon
Oats, bu 13,000
40. Km 1
Minneapolis (iraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 8 WHEAT May,
$1.07H; July, tl.WtiLOtt- cash, No. 1
hard. $1.09; No. 1 northern, tl.Oe'i 1 0H; No.
3 northern, tl .OttfrLP"; No. 3. $1.0:i'Afii 1.01,
B A R L E Y -ki"K-4f $1 . SO.
CORN No. 8 yellow, 09c.
OATS No. 3 white, 46rj(46!c.
RYE No. 2, SMWe.
BRAN In IO" pound sacks, t23.00a23.R(t.
FLOUR First patunts, $6.36116.60; seo
ond patents, t4.90iif6.28i4,; first clears, $1.60
(4.0.1; second clear!), t2.liu2t3.00.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 8. WHEAT Hpot
steady; No. 8 Manitoba, 7s Mid; futures'
weak; March, 7s 6Vd; May, 7s Ctd; July'
7s 6d. '
CORN Spot American mixed new,
easy, 6s WA; American mixed, old, firm,
6s 8d; futures, steady; January, 6s ikd.
February, 6a td.
, Peoria Market.
PEORIA. Jan. 8. CORN-Flrmsi No. 8
yellow, tvic; ino. yeuow, wk:; Mo. 4
mined, 6m-; sample, 6244116c.
OATH Firm; No. 2 white, 49V:c; otan
dard, 49c; No. 8 white, 4k4c
Blllwaukev Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Jan. 8 WHEAT No
1 northern, tl.U'i 1.12; No. 2 northern, $1
ChI 10: No. 2 bard winter, May $1.01; July
$.&5i9 58. '
OATS Standard. 60c.
BARLEY Malting, $1.10-31.32.
NEW YORK, Jan. 8 M KTA 1.8-..nd-ard
copper, firm; spot, $14. 0a 14.26 , fu
tures, $l4.07V4fl;l4.3o; London market, easy;
spot, 14 fls 9d; futures, 164 18s M; lake
copper and electrolytic, $14 26u 14.50; east
ing. $14 owy 14.12V. Tin, dull; spot. $43.utK(i
44.00; futures, $41 .tj 43.00; tiUiidon, dull'
spot. IH3; futures, C1K8. Ix-sd. piet ai
$4f4i4.50 at New York and $4 .2i'vi 32
at East St. IaiuIs; Imdon, 15 12s 6d
Spelter. $6.46't1.66 at New York and $'l.3v
r(i6..'i0 at East St, Louis; I-ondon, f26 16s.
Antimony, dull; Cookson's. $7.76. Iron
Cleveland warrants, 4Ds 10 VI In luelon;
locally iron was quiet; No. 1 northern
foundry, $14.7IVa 15.HI; No. 2, $14 6trfl4.75;
No. 1 southern and No. 1 soft southern'
$14 26314. 75.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 8.-M ETA 1.8- Lead
steady, $4.86. Spelter, quiet, $6.36.
, NEW YORK, Jan. 8. COTTON Spot
Hosed steady, 10 points higher; middling
uplands, x.uuc; middling gulf, 9.Nic; sides,
4.60I) bales. Futures opened steadv; Janu
ary, t ine; Feliruary, 9.26c; March, kV;
April. 9 42'i May, 9 64c; June, bO. ; July,
9.64; August, 966c; October, 9 77c; Novem
Futures closed steady; January, 9 27c;
February, 9.36c; March. 9 44-; April. 9. 61c,
May, 9.6!4c; June, 9.63c; July. 9.7'lc; Au
gust, 9.73c; September, 9.7Sc; October,
92c; November. 9.86c;. December, 9 be.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 8 DRY (WlODH
The cotton goods market opened unlet
with a firmer tendency show 11 In colored
cotloons and on gray goods. overcoat
ings for fall have been ordered freelv
rin the large! agencies. Many hosiery
and underwear buyers are In the market.
Jobtiers are doing a moderate house
PT. I.OUH, Jan. 8 Wfgil-Sleadv;
territory and western mediums. 16-ftlc;
fine mediums. lV&17c; fine. 10j:5e.
NEW YORK. Jan. t. ftl'GAR-Raw,
quid, museovadj. v.9 test, 1 J.'t; cen
trifugal. . test. 4 13c; niolus-es, 89 tst,
J.7c, leflned iulet.
The trovement from f o.ornd ft ed lots Is
not expected to start for several weeks.
t week's Initial shipment from Fort
Collins haviiiK been put on feed unusually
Cattle of All Kinds Active and Fully t-"vit'h condition m both the ,ires-e.i and
ten I enta Hiirhivr ,ii- oiunon iTinihets mote 01 u-xs e:i-
ACH l,eniS illgficr. cuiraglng. t.a.-keis vvi.sie.l no tune in
gelling down lo business, buying freely
ironi tli' opening at sloirplv higher pi nes.
Fnt lambs ru.eil bii.V hlKlier ami fai
ewes gi llerallv seol-ed advances ol 1 . j 1 f . -Evi
rv thing sold in good season, tiTc H :.t)
o'cl,k cb'aiiiiiie laing aitno.-l coinpb'te.
Attractive lainbs, eiassilteii as go d to
choice In the ilM of quotations, soul as
high us m,ii, tn, hlguext price paid
ti ally since lust Au;uxt. Two oilier
sttitiKs. extra good, were placed at sn.iai
unit 141. fait 10 goou ihiiiI'S moving
around f. s.u6.3 ..
Toppy ewes (hanged bands at $l.0n. $4 10
and $4 15, the latter figure claiming cri-dii
for lop. Something strict, y cholee In this
line would probably reach 4 2o at piesent,
but the range In values still covers Jl.w
and more, culls Ilnding an outlet around
There was nothing doing In the feeder
trade owing to ahsmcc of thin stuff In
the run. Country outlet Is almost closed,
as well, daily pun-liases recently seldom
exceeding, ism head.
Uuolaiious on sheep and lunibs: Good
to choice lambs, ii X. , 1 1. 7 .1 , fair to goo.l
iambs, t.V"iiti 35; good to choice year. lugs,
$i.i0i6.si, lair to good yearlings, $4. ,'
500; good to choice wet hers, t 26-u 4..SI,
fair to gootl wethers. II .taMi4.2.; good to
choice ewes, t-l.so'i.i 4 26; ralr to good ewes,
Ri picsentatlve sales)
Receipts were: Cattle.
Estimate Monday 4,'ai
Sam.' day last week... 2. -'!;'
Same day 2 weeks ago. 6.H..I
same day 8 weeks ago. 4 5"4
Same day 4 weeks ago. M'.'6
Sumo tl v inst week.... 5.4M
The following table shov?
Jan. S. l:l-
9... 1 :
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omana
for the year to date as compared with
The following tab.e snows the range ot
rtlces paid for hogs at South Omaha for
the luxt trw i1a with p atpstisunsj
l ali-Flil19"il .7lS)l6. 'i 1 909" . 1 1 M- I9":
I 8 1!4 4 . 6 24 1 6 11
8 021 8 3l) I
7 iii S M1 5 70,
7 76 1 8 47j 5 ."!
7 yi 8 4!! 6 7ii
7 911 8 Ml 6 83'
I K 4.l 6 S.M
4 ;k) 6 21 I 11
4 40i 6 2:i 6 01
4 3, 6 30! 6 14
6 S3i 6 22
4 31 I 6 II
4 24, 24
4 2.1; 2S, 6 25
J 11 11
Receipts and rilaposlmn or tivo stock
at tlio Union Stock Yards. South Omaha,
for tho twenty-four hours ending at !
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. 11 r s.
DISPOSITION H KAD.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C.. M. St. P H 11 2
.Missouri Pacific 3
Union Piicift.' :tu l.' 6
C. N. W., east.. 7 4 3
C. ft N. W., west.. 67 26 6
C, St. P.. M. ft o.. 21 2
C, B. ft O,., east.. 1 .. 2
C 14. ft y.. west 36 31 11
C, R. I. ft P., west .. 1
C. G. W I
Total receipts. ..176 SK 81
No Av. Pr.
474 fed cwel 9.1 4 10
207 fet ewes 1,-1 4 15
31 led ewes l4 S 1
fx! fed lambs si 6 Si
249 fed la in lis M) 6 60
AS lot evvi s Il l 3 90
3M fed ewes lei .1 61
3i" mils la) 2 In)
46 feii lambs 1.9 f. GO
NJ led lambs 5,' 6 65
2.17 fed lambs I,'.)
2,6 led lainbs 7 6 1
64 fed lambs, t nils 411 3 75
97 western iambs M 4 t0
22 western lit 1 11 Iih, feeders...... 54 , 4 50
323 fed lunibs IS 6 50
441 fed lainbs 92 6 7
469 fed lambs N5 6 70
18 fed yearlings 110 6 50
36 native ew es and w cth :'.. .K4 4 25
220 fed lambs 69 6 M
Omaha Pinking Co.,
swift and Company....
Cuttahy Packing Co....
Armour ft Co
J.- W. .Murphy....'.
V. 14. Vaiisatil Co
Hill ft Son
F. II. Lewis
I lunula ft Co
J. B. Root ft Co
J. 11. Bulla
II. F. Hamilton
Mo. ft Knr Calf Co....
Werthelmer ft Deen..
('line ft Christie
. .3,988 8,726
CA'I 'I iE Receipts of cattle, while con
siderably larger at this point than for tho
corresponding day last week, were still
small as compared with most Mondays
both here and at other market points. At
the same time ttiere appeared to be a very
good consuming demand everywhere, with
the result that prices advanced sharply at
Buyers of beef steers were out In tha
yards early lit the morning and they lost
very little time in gutting down to busU
ness. The result was that the market
proved to be active and practically every
thing In sight changed hands by 11 o'clock
In the morning. The prices paid wero
fully 10c higher and In some cases sales
men thought that they secured even more
than that. It would be safe, however, to
uuole the general market as active and
I IIICAGO 1.IM-1 UTIIIR M Ml KET
Demand for All Classes of stock Is
Good nt Higher Prices.
CHICAGO. Jan. 8. -CATTLE-Receipts
estimated at 14. tan) head; market IuiwJ.m!
up; beeves, t4.Ksji8.70; Texas steers, v35
(Hi.OO; western steers, t4.4iKiS.tio; slocsets
and feeders, $3.3(5.N5: cows ami belters,
2.lafr6.70; calves, t6.60(.75.
Hoi 18 Receipts estimated al ;7.no0
head; market loul5o up; light, $ 1"6.50;
mixed, $6.20iit6.60; htav. t.juii.65; rough,
t6.2ittcti.36; hulk of sale.!. J(,..l.,o (,.."..
SHEEP AND IAMtif- Receipts esti
mated at !4.ut head, market ltul5c up;
native, $3.0u-u4.76; western, .i.40''i4.i.i; year
lings, $4.!Ki,fu.90; iih tivo lambs, $I.uOu6.70;
western lambs, $5.00it6.76.
Kansas City Live Mtoek Market.
KAN8AH CITY, Jan. 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts, l",iahj head, Including aOO southerns;
market strong to 15c higher; dressed heet
and exporl steers, $i.'iiiX.60; fair to gifod,
8h.3Ihu6.IiO; western steers, 5.tatr;.0ii; stock
ers and leaders, t4.omiio.75; southern steels,
5.au6.26; southern cows, I3.ir4. ; na
tive cows, t3.Otrmi.i6; native heifers, $i.0ii,
7.00; bubs, I4.0wi5.ll0: calves, t5.txi .().
HOOtt Receipts, 7.500 head; market 1V
higher; bulk of sales, $ii.liairi.42; heavy,
44i.40-trt!. 41; packers and butchers, $6.2udj
6.46: llahts. I6.l)0il.si.: pigs. $4.2fmn.riO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8,000
head; market 2540c higher; western
ismbs, $6. H); natlvo lambs, tii,""r8-9: year
lings, t4.7(tf.'(6; wethers, t4.0ti4.t(0; ewes,
$3.60Jj4.15; stockers and feeders, $3. 00(4. 00,
kt. I.onls Liee 8loek Market.
HT. LOU1H, Jan. 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.300 head. Including 300 Texan;
market 26c higher; native shipping and
exMirt steers, $H.iav(,i.s5; dressed and
butcher steers. $6.26ii4i.!l0; steers under
LOU) pounds, $4.00ii8.; stockers and feed
ers. 3.(fl.00; cows and heifers. $.i.ot'i
I.oo; canners. $1 .001 8.00; bulls, t3.76nf.2l;
1.,.- USVttL -HI. 1'.,., .-..V l.,4is., t,.frs.
i.Wlfl.W. 04ws ejid h'-s.
r.illv 111,-. Ivlwht.r
Cowa and heifers xv4B-lenced tha sama i jfuw- jlpli, tf.'ivi? Xfr .!f".i..t 1
advance as beef steer, !.ny be'ns; la aa JiuW aisToo-") !.'. 'VSitail,
tivo oemanii ana everyimna -iiwesrssius
any ciuallty whatever met with ready salu
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Union Pacific Again Center of At
tack by Bears.
RECOVERY COMIS LATER IN DAY
(oni I need I. ark of Demand for
Money for llaslnrsa Vara Causes
Decline In Rates -Hons Mar
NEW YORE, Jan. S. A bear raid ot
ratner small proportions with Union Pa
cific us tin- ts,eelal object ot attack de
pressed Mocks lor a time aiier trading
began today. Iransaci.nns were on a
liui-iy large scab- mid Union pacific was
forced down nearly 2 p,.i..ts; iwau.ng,
Lehigh Valley, I n, ted States Steel and
other slocks lost a point or more. Alter
an hour of activity end failing price tho
market became sternly and tiadtng dimin
ished. 1 niring the remainder of the day
the lone was stronger. Pr.ees hardened
slowly. In some cases the recovery
reached a point.
The street n now experiencing a mlM
reaction front the recent outburst of opti
mism. U hile It Is agreed that there has
been n git,n the Impiovemint in business
eontllllnin has not been uf ilclently pro
nounced to tat.sfy the mine optimistic
A dlsappolntlni; feature Is the apparent
Inclination of the railroads to reduce or
hold back orders for tails and other ma
terials. The conl iuueil lack of demand for
monev for business uses caused a decline
In rates, mni increasing competition for
tho llmte.l lupnly of mercantile paper.
In some In-t.uii es prime paper was placed
as low ns 3i, per cent. Institutions which
usually employ large amounts In this way
wen forced lo turn to other Investments,
with the result that there was a keener
ilcmuud for some high-grade bonds. The
market for bonds ns a whole, however.
Is said by repi esenlalives of bond houses
to be somewhat disappointing, ss tho
January Investment demand has not been
as large its had leeii Imped.
The steady selling of Un oil Paclflo msdo
It tho tea lure of the day In the stock
market. This stock has been under pres
sure for so long that considerable slgnrfl
chiico is attached tn Its movements, al
though the source of the selling remains
a Inatter of conjecture. The copper share)
were strong for a time on an advance)
in the price of the metal. In tho late deal
ings the electric shares wero prominent,
loth Westing house und General Electric
gaining more than points. Central
Leather Issues continued to decline. The
preferred slo k at the low point of the
day showed a loss of 2'4, a decline of 9
points since the close of last year. The
bonds also were heavy.
Tho bond market wns Irregular, 'tth
transactions on a large scale In the re
cent sp latlvo Issues. Total sales, par
value. $6.1H!,iH). Pulled States bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
8.1m. jllih. Low. PIsm.
AitiliumatfS foppsr ...
Amrrlran Agrliultvird ..
Am It t Snu.rt
Ainrrb-an r, ft K
Am. 1 '.it tun till
Amerlcsn II. 4a I ph)..
Am. lis Sm-urlttri
Amerlran lxt-nnitttvs ...
Amsrlrsn 8. ft H
Am. S. It. pM
Am. Stfl KmintlrlM
Bt an advance of a good iOC over last
Feeders were In very light supply and
were actively sought after, so that they,
too, advanced as much as 10c. Light
stockers were not especially sought after,
but everything higher naturally created
a somewhat better fooling even for that
kind of cattle.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers, $6.60rtr7.76; fair to good beef
steers, $0.(KV(iH.5O; common to fair beef
steers, $6.25it.O0; good to rholoe heifers,
$4.7iVij6.60; good to (-holes cows, fl..MtJ.iii;
lair to good cows, $3.76(84 X5; common to
fair cows, $2.76U3.75; good to choice Block
ers and feeders, $6 40ii.JO; fair to good
stockers and feeders. t4.8ut-ffi.; common
lo fair Blockers and feeders, $3.60-g4.MI;
stock heifers. $3.K)4l4.60; veal calves, $3.50
07 75; bulls, stags, etc., ;3. 50-v.j5.25.
fin. . .
.144 8 lit
. . 7a
. . IIX.4
. . M0
. . ton
. . 1020
, . aiN)
. , Ifial
117 t 10
. i ll
u 7 75
w i t a
sj 1 ti
i! a uo
4 M 11
4 10 I
4 mi t
4 :o 1
4 40 t
h 71 1 .
too 4 Ml )..
642 4 to I .
47l 4 lb.-
tvi 4 M
HOGS More or less uncertainly regard
ing conditions In the hog trade at other
points was rto;n;.!iu for a tardy open
ing of the local market, demand proving
dull with sellers Inclined toward the bull
ish side. Advlres from elsewhere were of
the same tenor packers all holding back
early and sellers generally asking prices
strong to some higher.
Business finally started at figures
steady to a little higher 111 sputa, various
sales of good butcher, and lard averages
showing advances of a nickel. The period
of stteriglh did not last long, however,
and bulk of a modi rata run had to sell
on an unchanged basis, most lute sales
ruling steady with those made Saturday
morning. The eloto was especially dull
with tha tendency to value weak.
Hhlppers und ieculalors furnished poor
support from start to finish, I0111I prices
being very closi ly margined to those In
force at eastern points. only a few
scattered loads sold to buyers not ass
Hocialtd with local packers.
The beet heavy hogs on sale brought
I -' 40. a nickel above Kaluidav's high
,irlce, and Kood butchers moved around
$6 -tVuX 26. Light weights, running from
J"i pounds downward, changed hands ut
$6 15 and less practically everything hell
ing above the $1; 00 uiHi k. There Wero
no pigs of conseijueni e on sale.
Repi esciitatlve hales:
No. Av. SU. Pr. No. Av. fti. Pr.
11 i3 ... 09 to I4 . . i 20
tt IM 4b i 10 77 It) 40 i 20
17 ill .... t 111 74 210 40 I 20
HI 1 113 ... 10 71 .'"I ... t 20
74 1 l.U 10 71 tin 4 i 10
tl It ... t 10 77 ant ... 1 20
to l . i 10 to til ... 420
it Wtt HO i 15 M tit 40 r 10
7t 2-1 W III It 21t lnu HO
44 - ... i li 11 :it id t -m
U -.'"4 40 i IS 17 110 to t to
to 1"2 40 4 IS 14 7 11 ... t rt'
ti .Sit ... 14 4 HI ... t 21
40 f1 ... 4 IS ' !!i 200 r.
71 m Ut t li tl 17 U'l i u
It ill 1:0 t IS 7 Hi ... t li
it jji ... t r. 1 "t nr ... 1 -j
It lit ... 174j 77 tot ... i to
4t 12 ... 4 HO il 4 ... S4
S .tl ... i 20 t4 1 ... 4 Vi
42 224 to 4 to It lJ . . 4 .It
!. I'll t'l 4 '-') (4 Hut 140 t 4g
U 2.13 120 4 20
HIIEEP Fat lambs made up the big
bulk of a moderate supply. The t.laaj-heal
estimate Included only a f-w shipments
of ewes, title or two bunches of yearling
and praclically nothing lit the way of
wethers. Everything arrived In good
1 I 'lug flesh and offerings were billed
largely from Nebrasna sua Iowa districts.
mixed butchers, tri.s0trj.6&; good heavy,
ill. 4PIM 41.56.
HHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.700
head; market 15c higher; native muttons,
$3.6ah'4.76; lambs, t4 7.4i7.Oo; culls and
bucks, $1,361(12.60; stockers. ll.5(VU2.76.
St. Joseph Lite Mock Market.
KT. JOSEPH, Jan. 8. CATTLE-Re-celpts,
1.600 head. Market slow; steers,
$4."&(,i8.t6; cows and heifers, t3.0Wu7.oO;
HOGS Receipts. 7.000 head. Market
strong; top, $635; bulk of sales, $5.l)0t1ri;.26
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipts, 1.0UO
head. Market strong; lambs, t6.O0a41.2&.
Mock In Biirht.
Receipts of live stock Bt the five prin
cipal western markets y-sterdu.y.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Pcuth Omaha ....
33,400 62, 8W 41,600
New York Money Marat-t.
NEW, YORK, Jan. 8. MONEY tin call
steady at 2V21 per cent; ruling rate,
2 per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent; of
fered at 2 per cent. Time loans easy;
slstv days, 8()3'4 per cent; ninety days,
3V3'.x per cent; six, months, 3V(V 3"4, per
PRIMR MERCANTILE PArER-t
STERLING EXCHANaE-Htesdy, with
actual business lu bankers' bills st $4.8376
for sixty-day bills and st $1.8876 for de
mand: commercial bills, $4 83.
SILVER Bar, 66c: Mexican dollars. 47c.
BONDS-Governmtnt, steady; railroad,
closing quotation on bonds today wert
U. 8. rat. t. r...IM Inlar. M. M. Ct..
4o coupoo lo ,Jlo 4
I) I. ia. raj wB Mo 4'ia
do roupoB I"1"K. C. Ho. Inl a...
I' 8. 4a. rf I13l 8. dab. 4i It.U.
1, 8. ri-i 4a UltaL A N. nl. 4a...
to coupes IHaM. K a T. 11 4a
Alha-I'hal. 1st f t . . ''S do (an. 4',a
Ainar. AS- t" lOlmMo. Fa-lfla 4
4 .!" v 11 1; Ul tt I'll lit
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Il' do dab 4a WV
ttt. ai'tra. t. .-1. tt. a 11.
a. t r. t
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Armour &. ti.
APIilwin sn. 4a
ill! IV. 4
A, C. L lat 4a....
Hal H IIIUu 4a
du S. W. Sa. ..
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do .n. 4a .
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11. It. O. 4
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do 11. 4a, aar.
do aaliea H...
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lo N aV W. lat -. 4a. '
loa do rv. 4a I'i
St--.No Pai'lllu 4a loo
1' do It i:i
VI O g. U rtd(. 4a... M
HlVvPrnn. cv. J',a Itla. M't
du hob. 4a 109 ',
l ftaadlni gas. 4a....t4
l H U A 8. f. It 4a at
I'-'l" do gan. Cs 7'4
lot V, rfl . b. K. W. r. 4a.. 714
tlV, do lat gold 4a l
"M A U 4a 14
tiwa. Pac. rnl. 4a tlV,
a 00 ,'v, ta to
d 4a 1 do lat rot. 4a M
:. 4a 72V,n. Kallwar ta lot
tfftj do as. 4a 79
It l ulon I'ai ldo 4a. .. . Iiai-Va
ta1 do ev. 4a 102
Am. Hosar UKInlng
Amarli-nn T. & T
American Tohaero pfd...
Alrhtaen pfd ,',
Ailantlo Ctstat l.lna
llaltlinors A Ohio
Brouklra Ilapld Tr
CVnlral Lealhrr pfd
Ontral of Naar Jaraaa...
Cheaapaaka AV Ohio
Itiliasii At Altos
Cllliaso tl. W saw
fHlraso tl. W. pfd.
Clilrafo aV N. W
t'hli-ago, M. 8. H
'.. C . O. A Nt. L
Ct.-aa-uti a I
I Csa i'Saiaal Qas
Iialatvara A Hudaon
Danvar A Hln OranUa...
I). A R. O. pfd...s
Platlllara' Raturltlaa ....
Krle 1at ptd
Krla Id pt.l
Ilraal Nonhars pfd
Ureal N'nrlharn Ors tlta.
Illlar. Mat. ptd
Kauaaa City Southaro. ...
K. C. Bo. ptd...
Loulavllls A Naahvllla. ..
Mine. A 81. Laula
M . St. p. ar S. S. M...
Mlaaourl, K A T
M . K. A T. pfd
N. R. It. of M. 2d ptd..
Now York Ontral
N. V., (). A W
Norfolk A Waalara
Nurth Amarteati ,.
Had Mo Mail
I'aupla a Uaa
P.. C. C. A si.
Ptaaaad gtaat l"ar
Pullman l-aiare liar
Hall.ar 8U-I Bprliia....
Hapobllo glaal pfd
Rock Inland Co
Kaik Inland 'o. pfd
St. I., A 8. F. Id pfd...
St. Iiula a w
It. L. 8. W. ptd
Sluaa Hliafflaid . A I....
Huutliarn Hal la-ay pfd....
Tannaaaas fiaipar v
Taaaa A 1'arlflr
T., St. I.. A W
T . SI. I. A W. ptd
tnlotl Pai'lIU; ptd
I iilla.l Stalaa Hralty
I'nlled 8iata Hubnar....
I'lillaU Hiataa 8tal
II. M. Hlaal ptd
ya.-4'arullus Chamlcat ..
WVat ingliouaa t;ifHitrlc ..
WhaallMS i I.. E
Total aslaa fur tha day,
llilar. Mt. 4'M
A, a. 4'al' W do )t A raf 4. . 07 v
... tl l' M. Kulitier ta . ,1"!',
... I!al' 8 tfteel -il ta... 10:14
... SV -far. 1 ham. .1 IK114
...la-4Wahaj.il lnt ha
. .. tK't do lat AV ax. 4a... 14
. . lie.. Wailarn Md. 4a
A. t6VvWaal. Klav i. 2a.. a.iv,
... 74 ,Wla Ontral 4a 2'i
la.. .lMH.Mn. Par
raf, 4a '"V.M'aiiaiua 3a
N'KW YORK. Jan. .-li:KFri-Futures
olened ijulet at a decline of 6v m
points In response li lower Kuropean
cables, foreign selling mid scattering
Ii, initiation. As Saturday was a holiday
there were no cables from the primary
markets, but sueh offerings as were ie
ct lved were g tonally steudy and after
selling about 10 to 16 points net lower
during the mldille of the day, the mar
ket rallied partly In the late trading on
bull supiKitt and cuverlng. The close
was steady at a net decline of
points, bales 42,04) bags. January, 1.34;i;
February, ,.'; March, 1,316, April, Lotto;
Mav, 1.2&I: June l.'ixi); August and Sep
tember, 1.2S8; October, 1,26; November,
1,26: December, 1.2S4.
Havre v,a Vs frano lower. Hamburg
was fH'fi pfg. lower. New York ws re
house detveilt-a Saturday weie S.2ol
bags against 11 4M last year. Today's
special Santos cable reported 4s steady
and unci mined at S$tao; H40 Paulo re
ceipts 24.iaju bags.
Spot coffee, oulet; Rio No. 7, 14c;
Santos No, 4, 16a. Mild, dull; Cordova,
16''( 18',iC, -
' ' 7o
ll'a II 'a
34 '4 '
101 h io:s
l'.'. 10.' 14
101 H 101 s
lfiS'4 in 14
2.H4 1.14 4
It 14 IS 14
81 H 214
ai' .11 '4
81 .. Hi,
IUH 11.7 '4
!14 - 1214
14 . 1.1H
13 1 H Hi's
8.1 14 M'4
85 36 "4
7i IS '4
10.1 ion '4
If ', jSil,
t - 44
it '4 81
ii' , K
lluelon 81 oc Us aatl Boatls,
stocks were as follows:
KOHTON. Jun. 8 -Closlnir quotations on
A. V.. 1.. A .
II A 0 ' . M,
initio (-valllion ....
t-al. A Arlaolul
-al. tk llaila
i -op. Itansa C. 0.
Ka.t Ilulla I'. M,,
Urwaua Cauanaa . .
Ial Ko.ala lunpar. H3Httali Can.
Ia Salla Cupper...
itltNlpltains Uloes ..
ti' Hid Homialos ....
. IZ' (la. anla
.444 Parrot! a. A c...!
. 17' l-uinry
. ir Hnaimoe ..........
. II' Hupariur eV, U. Bf.
4 1-1' Tamarack
. 37 U. 8. g. R. A 14..
' do ptd
7-' I lata I'udmp r-
37' a luuna.
n York Mlalag titn,
NEW YORK. Jan. H-Closlng quotation)
on mining stocks were as follows:
Allca 1M Ultla Chief ....... I
Com. Tonnal ali-8-. 14 Maiicaa , ttht
do tinoda IT Ustarlo , ss
Con. I'al. A Vs 110 OpSlr 'l0
Iroa Slivsr N Standard 1M
l.aadvtiia Cos 8 V allow jatkat lu
OMAHA, Ja.i. R. Bank cslarlngs for
today were $2,204.fct7 $0 and for the eorre'
pondlng day last year $2,71)3.430.82.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Jan. (.-HAT No. 1, 814 50'
No. t. $13.00; coarse, $11 00,1 packing stock
$.lUo.0i; alfalfa. $16. tw. t-iraw: wheat!
to.au. rye and uals, $6.60. u
Klala Hatter Harket.
KUHN. Jan. i. BITTER Fir in; v
Output 618,ow vunds, ' '
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