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TTIE BEti: OMAHA, TlllTltSDAY, DEOEMBKR 5, 1012.
crrv ruorKitrv you .mam:.
18th and Miami
At IS12 Miami, wo offer a 8-room cot
tage In poor condition, for $1,009 At 1810.
a 6-room partly modern house, In good
condition for 11.300. And at 1S0S Miami, a
8-room partly modern house. In Rood con
dition, for $1,300.
Wo can make these terms $100 cash,
balanco J1S.00 per month. Those houses
are now vacant and cm be occupied at
once. Take a Sherman avenuo car, get
tiff at Ohio street, go one block west and
a little north.
A. P. Tukey & Son
411-5 Board of Trade. Phone. Doug. 31S1.
New Square House
I Ins reception hall, living room, dlnlne
room with plate rail and panelled walls.
Iheso rooms finished In oak, nice roomy
kitchen with pantry and entry way.
Three lawc bedrooms, and bath with tiled
walls, on second floor; oak floors through
out. Klegant lighting fixture and house
nicely decorated. Basement cemented, hot
air furnace, sink for laundry tiuruose.
On corner lot in a fine neighborhood..
mreeis pavei, paving paid. Tnis can be
handled for a few hundred down and
balance like rent; would consider a Rood
vacant lot or auto In exchange.
SCOTT & hell,
807 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1009,
Now, modern G room and sleeping
porch, oak finish. panelled walls,
window neat, latest combination fixtures,
floored attic. close In. Kasy terms. Tele
phono owner. Douglas 152,
We, offer a 7-room house with 33 ft. of
ground at the above number for $3,800.
House la alt modern except furnace and
In very good condition. Owner Is anxious
A. P. Tukey & Son
444-445 Board of Trade Bldg.
Phono Douglas 2181.
TO BUY, BKIIi OK HBNT. FIRST SER
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
SACRIFICE of 6, 6 or 7-room property;
best offer gets thorn. Telephone owner,
THE ROSEBUD LAND CO.
handles exchanges of all kinds. Room t.
Continental 131k.. Omaha.
Owner leaving city and must sell
7-room strictly modern, oak finish,
2-story: living room, dining room, den
and kitchen on first floor: threo good
bedrooms and bath on second floor: stair
way leading to attic: full cemented base
ment and cement walks, nice lawn and
screens. House Is two years old; newly
decorated throughout; located at 4241
Douglas, on paved street; easy terms;
13,830. Sec owner at house. H. 43S1.
NEW, just finished, all modern, 6-room
cottage, hardwood floors; cast front:
furnace heat; one block from West Side
Hanscom Park car line. Small payment
down, bnlance like rent. Phone owner,
Harney 2769 Sunday; DouglaB 2322 week
5-ROOM, fully modern, new bungalow,
lot 33x124. 3023 Franklin St., J2.700. Cash
$300, halanco easy monthly payments,
.1. H. Johnson. GTS Brand els Bldg.
6-ROOM cottage, fully modern, flno
home, 2414 Maple. St., $2,600. Cash $200.
balance same as rent. J, II. Johnson, 578
MAP OF OMAHA- STRF.ETS. indexed,
free at office; 2 stamps by mall. CHAS
K. WILLIAMSON CO., Real Estate, In
surance Care property. Omaha,
FOR "SALK Finn 10-room residence on
West . Farnmii Hill; quick possession.
HICKS, 219 Board of Trade Bldg.
$20.00 per month for Eroom modern cot
tae. Call Ited 4721.
a it a xi tii i, ax us yon sai.k
4.T0 a., rich dark loam land; 120 cult,;
bal. timbered; lovel; no rocks; 1 ml. ry.
$12 a V down. Robt, Sessions, Winthrop,
Ark., Dept. B.
TRAVERSED BY Tlfe
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA.
Tands adapted to tho widest range of
crop. All tho money crops of tho south
plentifully produqod. For literature treat
Ing with this coming country, its soil,
climate, church and school advantage,
W, B. LEAHY, Dept. K.
General Passenger Agent,
DO YOU DO ANY BUSINESS IN IOWA?
Tho Des Moines Capital is Iowa's most
widely circulated and most Influential
newspaper. Its dally circulation exceeds
43,000 copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line.
You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
can buy land In Iowa by the use of the
Dos Moines Capital. The rato by thB
month Is $1.20 a line. Address the Des
Moines Capital, Des Moines, la.
90 ACRES ALFALFA. $4.S0O-HAMIL-ton
Co., Kan.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about one mile from Kendall (main
line Santa Fo Ry.); good fence, no build
ings, $1,000 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
James U Lombard, Owner, Kansas
$1,000 BUYS a well Improved wheat farm
In Pratt county, Kansas, Write for lists,
L. M. Hutchison. Culllson, Kan.
SEVENTY acres richest soil, adapted
for any truck growing; quarter mile from
depot, Lyman. Miss, A bargain. W. W.
Byrne. Holt, Fla.
FARMERS, TAKE NOTICB-Our new
booklets will soon bo ready for-distribution
telling you what kind of a' country
we have In southwest Missouri. It will
also contain the price list of some very
cheap farms. Anyone thinking of making
a change will do well to send for one
of our latest booklets. Respectfully yours,
,1. F. Herrell & Son. Butler. Mo.
BEST 180-acre farm In Cass county
twenty miles west of Omaha, for sale at
a bargain. Cash only. O, C. Dorsey, 1420
N 25th Ft. .
40.1U SIIEI. WHEAT LAND. $23 to $35 )
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of j
Chevenne county. Nebraska's choicest i
farm land, where the crop yields for 12
vears. including 1910 and 1911, average '
with the best in the state. Alfalfa also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
Fl'NDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO..
CHOICE FORTY ACRES.
We have a choice 40 acres of land
within 3' miles of Omaha city limits.
This is one of the most ideal 40 acres In
33 acres In cultivation. 7 acres In tim
bered pasture, 10 acres in alfalfa.
TJils land Is on the west Center street
road and has a beautiful building spot.
It takes only 10 minutes to come Into
town In an automobile.
Price $260 per acre. Let Us show you
ROWE REALTY COMPANY,
IR2J Karnam St. Room X
WILL sacrifice good sentlon unim
proved land weteni Nebraska for $9.60
in per. Write Owner. V. O. Box 287,
ii r U.I V corn otton
V Moth !c J'lms.,. Mrmphis, Jmr
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Conditions in Wheat Point to Forced
Advance in Near Future.
RECEIPTS ARE FALLING OFF
Corn Specialists Who Are Bullish
Are Paying; Little Attention tit
he Prediction of Lib
OMAHA, Dec 4, 1912
Conditions and clrcumatnnron atirroitnd
Ing the wheat market point to n forctd
advance In the near future. The big
holders of the May option at Chicago
not only control the cash wheat in that
market, but they own large quantities
at many other points. Stocks of wheat
are large, out receipts are falling ott
and thn fact that the hull combination
controls the cash and May gives them an
undisputed grip on the market. For
several days past the May option hah
been absorbed quickly around 'tho W-cent
level. Those who have taken care of
this wheat as rapidly as It was thrown
overboard have refused to bid up for It,
but have allowed those who were desir
ous of making the sales to come to the
front and show their hands. Recetnta
of wheat at primary markets yesterday
was 400,000 bushels smaller than a week
ago and northwestern receipts were
nearly 300 cars lighter than for the cor
responding day last week. The arrivals
were liberal, however, but the signs of
time point to a further falling off. Cash
wheat was He higher.
There Is a hlg open Interest in May
corn, and as both factions are full of
fight and are well backed financially a
battle royal Is among the possibilities,
unless tho receipts from tho country
should eollpao all expectations. Corn spe
cialists who are bullish aro paying little
attention to predictions of liberal re
ceipts, as they believe that all will be
wanted. The position of December corn
purzles the trade In general. Some of
the large holdings are said to have been
liquidated, but there Is considerable that
uura nui anno, uears ininK mat 86c Tor
um in iuwji ana in Illinois u tanners ;
should bring a large movement. Cosh com
uncnangcu to ftc Higher,
The strenirth rtlanln v1 hv nl. vi.,.-
day was largely In sympathy with that
shown by the other grains. Elevator and
cash Interests led in the buying of fu
tures, while the selling was credited to
those having profits. Cash oats, un
changed to o higher."
Clearances: Wheat and flour. 883.000
bushels; corn, 2.000 bushels; oats, 400,000
Liverpool close: Wheat, '.MfHd higher;
corn. HBVad lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,171.000
bushels, and shipments 906,000 bushls,
rigalnst receipts of 776,000 bushels and
shipments of 217,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts wero 725.000 bush-
eis ana shipments ;wb,wu nushels. against
receipts of 978.000 bushels and shipments
of OTS.OOO bushels last year. Primary
oats receipts were 723,000 bushels and
shipments 879,000 bushels, aralnst receipts
of 366,000 bushels and shipments of 320,000
bushels last year.
The following cash sales were reported
today; Wheat No. 2 hard, winter, 1
car, S0ic; 4 cars, S0V4c. No. 3 hard, win
ter, 3 cars, soc. 2 cars, 'iKc.x. No. 4 hard,
winter, 1 car. 78c; 2 cars, '77Vfcc; No. 3
spring, 2 cars, 79Hc; 1 car. 79c; No. 4
spring, 1 car, 75c; No. 3 mixed, 1 car.
79Vic: No. 4 mixed. 1 car. 77!e: No. .1
mixed, durum, 1 rar, 78c. Oats: Standard,
1 car, 31c; No. 3 white, 3 cars 804c;.4
cars. 304c; No. 4 white, 1 car, (choice),
30J4c.; 1 car. 30Uc Corn: No. 31 yellow, 1
car, 42'.4c; No, 4 yellow, 1 car, 40ic: No. 3
mixed; 2 cars, 42c; No. 4 mixed, 2 cars,
41c: no grade. 1 car, 3V4c. Rye: No. 2,
1 car, 68c.
Omahn Cnau I'rlcre.
WHEAT No, 2 hard. 8081V4c: Ko. 3
hard, TOViflWVic; No. 4 hard, 76Wifl:79c; No.
X spring, 78Vs3W4c; No. 4 spring, ' 74'.-4(6i
CORN-No. 3 white. I2T4V: No. 4 white.
41C42Wc; No. 3 yellow. 42li4JV4c: No. I
yellow, 40'.iG40ftc; No. 3, 41i42c; No. 1,
OATS No. 2 white, 3Hc; standard, 31c;
No. 3 white, SOUSWic; No. 4 white, 30UO1
BARLEY Malting, FJjf62c; No. 1 feed,
RYB No. 2, 57HGSc; No. 3, S707,?.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 30 424 147
Report of the condition of the
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
at Omaha, in the State of Nebraska, at
the close of business November 26, 1912:
Loan and discounts.. $ 7, 023,615. 29
Overdraft"", sec ured
and unsecured M.6S7.62
S. bonds to secure
t'. S. bonds to secure
1'. S. deposits 173,000.00
Other bonds to secure
postal savings '. dO.000.no
Bonds, securities, etc OU.600.oO
Banking house, furni
ture and fixtures SOO.OuO.oo
Pue from national
banks (not reserve
Due from state and
private banks and
bankers, trust com
panies and savings
Due from approved
reserve agents 1,025,093.77
Checks and other cash
Exchanges for clear
ing house 1S.VSG0.16
Notes of other na
tional hanks . in.om.vo
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
Lawful money reserve
In bank, viz '
Legal tender notes 3rA32H.'-l.O74,51.J0
Redemption fund with
U. S. treasurer (6
of circulation ......... . 22.fi00.00
Due from V. H. treas
Capital stock paid In 1
Undivided prof Its.
less expenses md . ;
National hank notes
Due to other na-
I tlonal banks $2,240,i7.eo
Due to state and pri
vate banks and
bankers 1,641,575. &5
Dividends unpaid .. 3O.00
Individual f d e posits
subject to check... 4,747,549. 4
Time certificates of
Certified checks ....
Cashier's checks out
standing United States d e-
1 disbursing officers.
, Postal savings de
Reierved for taxes..
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas, s:
I, W. E. Rhoades, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is .true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
W. E. RHOADES, Cashier.
A. D. BRANDEIS.
IX M. MOBSMAN,
THOMAS A. FRY..
Subscribed and sworn to before mi this
4th day of December, 1112.
H. T JACKSON,
lilVK STOCK MAUKKT OK WKHT
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. YfOr consign,
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. I. Ire Slock Commission Mrrrlimtls,
BYER3 BROS. & CO, Strong, rel la ble.
t'Ll FTON Com. Co.. 232 Exchange Bldg.
Snyder-Malone-Coffman Co . 150 Ex Bldg
I AVEItTY BROS 13 Exchange Bldg
BROS, fc Co". Exchange Mldg
Hoblnson k 4 t. M Ivxchanse iildK
Omaha $7 8 IS
Kansas City 49 i;
St. Louis 6 51
CHtOAfJO lIlt.UN A Nil PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading anil L'IosIiik
Prior mi lltmril of Trade.
CHICAGO. Dec. 4-Blg receipts slid
bearish reports from the Argentine har
vest cut a figure in depressing wheat to
day. The market closed easy r to He un
der last night. Latest trading left corn
varying from 'le decline to Sc advance
and oats from He off to a Rain of a
shade. Provisions wound up unchnngol
to 5c higher
Compared with a year ngn, northwest
wheat arrivals were practically doublo
In amount and southwest nearly treble.
Argentina reported that cutting was
making rapid progress owing to excep
tionally favorable neather.
Assertions that a large amount of ex
port business vl the gulf had been con
tracted for at Kansas City led to the
same reaction from the bottom prices or
tho day. but the Influence wore off.
May wheat fluctuated between 90V
and 90V with last sales ie lower at
Vnsettled weather and the small
amount of contract corn In store hero
caused strength in the December dellv
ery of that cereal. Other xiptlons wero
easy with wheat. .May ranged from 4SHc
to 4ic. closing at 4Se, a net decllno
of a shade. Cash grades wero firm. No.
3 yellow was RSlfvS'ic for car lots.
Plenty of oats on salo at Mo for May
prevonted nny advance In oats. Otttsldo
limits reached In that future wero 324
CS2!c and 33c with tho close He net
lower at 32tJc
Moderate covering on the part of
shorts In provisions offset early weak,
ness duo to larger receipts of hogs, in
the end the market averaged a shado
above last night.
Artlelel Open.l High.
Low. Close.) Tei'y.
84 W. 4'
90 ( 90
19 27-30119 27-30
9 S714I 9 PO-Ml
Cawh quotations wero hh follows:
FLOUR-Btoady; winter pntonts. $l.30ff
4.90; straights, $,1.Kim.fi0; spring patents,
$4.2OIi6.10; straights, $3.90ti4.05: bakers,
RYE No. 2. C2c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 43tt46c; fall
to choice malting, &7r71c.
SEEDS-Tlmothy. $;l.(XVJJ3.90. Clover.
provisions-Moss pork. $i7.7r.f?is.oo:
Lard (In tierces), $11 ft). Short ribs
Total clearances of wheat nnd flour
wero equal lo 013,000 bu. Primary receipts
wero 1,471,000 bu.. comporcd with 776,000
bu., for the corresponding day a year
Estimate! receipts for tomorrow
Wheat. 32 oars; corn, 163 cars, outs, 140
cars: hogs. 31.000 head.
Chicago cash prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
$1.0001.03; No. 3 red, RiVffttSo; No. 2 hard,
K6ffS7c; No. 3 hard, KtfrSSHc; No. 1 north-
ern. MH4t87c: No. 2 northern. KliS6o: No
3 northern, 810R.1,ic; No. 2 spring. 8t?iK5c;
ro. a spring, niws.fr, ,o. 4 spring, ln
78c; velvet chaff, 80US5' c; -durum. Wn
86c. Corn. No. 3, 46'iff 47c: No. 3 white.
47iti4So: old. 66'Ao: No. 3 yellow. 4.r',4rr4.V)ic.
NO. 4, 41W)45yil'; KO, 4 Wlllte, 4S,4B ViiC;
No. 4 yellow. 45ff4CUc. Oats- No. 2 white.
34Vi(US.V.; No. 3 white, 32Hff33o; No. 4
white, 3HfiR2Hc; standard, rawti34c.
Rye. No. 2. ezc. Hurley, 4ri5T;jc. Seed,
timothy, $3.003.90; clover. $I0.001 IS.OO.
CHEESE Irregular, unlsles. 17',Vffl7i$e;
twins, 16;5fl7o; Voting Americas, VYt1i
16Hc; long horns, 16USil6Hc
POTATOES Weak; receipts, 10 cars;
Michigan, 4S4fu0e; Minneapolis, 4V(f4Sc;
POULTRY Firm; turkeys, alive, 13c;
dressed, lfcc: chicken.'", 12c; springs, alive,
BUTTER Steady; Creameries, 2S5t164c;
EOGS Steady; receipt. 2.010 cases; at
mark. case Included, 2311250; ordinary
firsts, 24c; firsts. 2714c
.St. I, out (ionrrnl Market,
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 4. WHEAT
Cash, steudy: track. No. 3 red. $l.0isj'
1.07; No. 2' hard. SSHjiOOc.
CORN-lllgher; tiock. No. 2, 47Ui?47ic:
No. 2 white, 4feff49c.
OATS-Hlgher; track. No. 2. S3Hc; No
2 while. 35WIl8w-
Closing prices or ruitires:
WHEAT Weak; December, 87c; May,
t'UKJN r irm; uecemuer. vie; .May. iric,
OATS Higher; December, 3?c; May. 83c.
FLOUR-Dull: red winter patents. $4.15
I&3.15; extra fancy and straight, $4.25f?
4.75; hard winter clears, $3.10fj3.40.
SEED Timothy. $10.w.
BRAN Higher; sacked i-ast track. 91
HA Y l-irni; timothy, M.txnti.; prai
TWINE Hemp, Sc
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanRel; Job-
hlng, $16.50. Iard. unchanged; pi line
steam, $10.721,4tl0.82i. Dit salt meata,
unchanged; boxed, extra shorts, $11.25;
clear ribs, $11.76; short clears, $12.12M. Ba
con, unchanged; boxed, extia shorts,
$12.75; clear ribs, $12.75; short clears,
P O L L T It Y uuil; ciucKens. vac;
springs, 11c; turkeys, 15c; ducks, 12c:
BUTTER I Uglier; creamery, iKtjabc.
Flour, bbls 8.000 167,000
Wheat, bu 82.0X1 68,000
Corn, bu Hl.oon 46.0)0
Oats, bu 43.WIO 30.TOO
Mtlllielipolla r, rain .Market.
MINNKAPOL1K, Dec. 4.-'HKAT-De-cember.
SO.c; May, S&V.-, July. Sijlic;
cash. No. 1 hard, 83"c; No. 1 northern.
S288ac: No. 2 northern. SOftSlHc; Nd. 1
hard. Montana. SlScj No. .1. 77'iSWltHc.
COHN No. S yellow, 44HT44Hc.
OATS No. 3 white, ueO'ic.
H Y E No. 2, blfoMC.
PLOUH I'lrst patents. H.uSfci.r.; sec
ond patents, 13.90184,15: first doors,
8.20! second clears. J2.10ff2.40
BHHD Klax. 81.28Htfl.57ti.
PBOIUA, Dec. 4. COItN Firm; No. 4
white, 44'Jc. No. 3 yellow, 4t64dlie; No.
4 yellow, 44'4i'tliC'. No. 3 mixed. 45546c;
No. 4 mixed, 44'ic; sample. 4IVii4.1c.
OATS Steady: No. 2 white, 3tc; ,tnii
dard. 33c; No. 3 white, 32c, No. 4 white,
1 1 .. I d I. flmli, M.rl..l I
DULUTH, Dec. I.-'VVHBAT-No. 1
hard. 8JHc: No, I northern, 81c; No. 2
northern, 79Tc, Montana, No. I hard,
SOTic: December. Wfic bid; May. h5ic
NOTICK Is hereby given that sealed
proposals .will he received by tho Board
of Directors of thti Farmer"' Irrigation
District at their office in the City of
Scoltsl.luff. Nebraska for the purohase of
two million five hundred and fifty thou
and dollar ($2A'A0ti) face value of the
tlx nor rent seilal bonds of raid district
until 1:30 o'clock P. m. on the tid day
of December, Said bonds are Issued under
and by virtue of an act of (he legislature
of the State of Nebraska, approved March
Kth, 1893, Besslon Laws, 1(05, Chapter 70.
and all amendments thereto, and pursuant
to a vote of u mnjorlty of-the qualified
electors of fald district. A proceeding
for the judicial confirmation of said bonds
It, now pending in the district court for
the county of Hcotts Bluff, Nebraska The
board expressly reaerves the right to re
ect any and all bids and will. In no event,
sell any nf said bonds for less than nine-ty-tve
per cent of the face value there
of Ilj. irfrr f t1'" B''ad of Dlrfftn-f
IIF.YW Alt!' (7 LKWITT
BeTftar of Farmers' Irrlsntwi District
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Quotations for Most Issues Agnin
Weaken During Day.
STEEL SHARES REGISTER DROP
Union Pncltlp Aunln Is Heavy anil
Sonthcrn Pacific, 'Hinngh JtsU
Inn Early Shore of StrMith,
Sopn Lose (inln.
NEW YORK. Dec. 4,-Quotatlons of
stocks again weakened today. The mar
ket was unsettled nnd at times showed
the afreet of iitonouneed pressure, In va
rious partn of the list. It was evident
that traders were still undecided as to
tho effects of the Harrlman merger de
cision. Apprehensions on this score were
due Inrgelv to tho possible, effect of the
court's attitude upon a large class of
corporations which might come within
the scopo of this Interpretation of tho
Miermau antl-trust law
Shares of the United States Steel cor
poration, whose dissolution the govern
ment seeks, wero offered more freely
than for omo time and declined 2Vi to
70Ti, tho lowest prlco since July. South
ern Pacific made a show ot strength at
the opening, but soon lost its 2-polnt
gain. Union Pacific was again heavy.
Lossea of 1 to 1 points woie. scattered
well through the list ot railroads nnd
Industrials, with especial heaviness In the
copper and steel Issues and some of the
specialties. There were- indications that
a stcable shoit Interest was In process
Among the specialties American Can
stocke broke sharply on tho declaration
of per cent dividend on the preferred
and ot an additional one-fourth of 1 per
cent on th accumulated back dividend,
the explanation being given that a larger
back payment had been expected, lass.
Ing of the quarterly dividend on Union
uf,,t..,,,rct, CO!'t lnt GH point.
hf-".monoj w"" busier, as was expected
with the passing of the month-end per
iod. Engagement of nu additional $500,000
gold In Ixiudon wax announced. Foreign
exchange mtcs weakened and the out-
"r a runner influx of foreign gold
v,us corrospondlnglv Improved.
I ho bontl innrl ..t. i.......
. - '"(ti, nidi ni-uvj
saes of Rome Important Issues. Total
?5 ni.p"J. w,r., '..000. Panama lis
coupon advanced on call.
.J-r or sn" nna '""Wing quotations
on stocks were as follows:
... - " wi"-
Amtriun net Sutar.
Arorlcia Cu ...
Amfrloln Cn ptd....
American t" A P.
Amrlcn Otlon Oil
Am. ice securities
American Locomntlrc ...
American s. It
Am. tr. & n. pM
Am. Surar Jtfflnlnt... .
American T. A T
AnaconJa Mlnlnc Co
Atlantic Cont Line
Ilethlehem Slml ,.
nrooklyn IlapM Tr
Chlcano a. w
Chtcairo, M . St. P.....
Cnlcaio N". W
Colorado V t I
Ponaolldateil U . .
Delaware li lluilnon
Denver Itlo Urande. ...
Denier . it. (1. pld
Dldlllers' tvcurltleii ....
Krle lit pfd
iKrU 2d pfd
Great Northern ptd
Qrtat Mirthern Or ctfa.
Inter. Met. pfj
, Inter-Marlnn Ptd
i.ioo ii :stu
oo sti :
Internatlnnnl Pump ...
Ifineai City Southern. ..
LoulMlllo A: Nallmllle .
it., at p. & a. g. m .
Missouri, If. i T
N. It. It. of M. :d ptd..
Ne- York Central ....
N. Y . O. ft W
P.. C, tt A St. 1.
Piesitd Steel Car
Pullman Palara Car
Itrpubllo I & s
nepubllr I 8. ptd....
flock Hlsnd .Co
'I.'uck Iiluud Co. ptd. ...
St. U S. P. 2d ptd. .
Seaboard Air Line
Seaboard A. I., pld
Blosa-Shettleld R. A 1.. .
Southern Pacific .
So. ttillwsy ptd
Teias t rsclflc
Union Pacific ptd
United Slatea Realty
United Stales llubber. ...
United SUitu Steal
IT. If. Meet pfd
200 14114 143
00 143 HH
04 4'i in;
111, 000 71
Va -Carolina Chemical ..
WhMltut- Sc U U
Total Mies for the day.
New Yirk Money Mnrkrl.
NEW YORK, Dec. 4,-MONKY-On call,
easier; COS per cent; ruling rate, 8 per
rent; closing bid. 4 per cent; offered at 6
per cent. Time loans, strong; sixty days,
SHU" per cent, ninety days, (I per cent:
six months, H per cent
1'lllMK MHIICANTILK PAPKK-ii per
BTKRLINO KXCHANGK Hleady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84 7l
for sixty-day bills and at 11.800, for de
mand. Commercial bills, 14. SOU.
H1LVMH Bar, Mic; Mexican dollars,
BONDS -Government, firm; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today war
U. 8. ret. Is, rsf. .100, K i' 8n. ref (a.. Wtt
do coujoo . 1HK t. deb. 4s, 1131. S2't
U. S. It, let 1HU N lint It . M'4
do eoupon ltMM. K. T. lit 4s. 4
U. g. 4s, rf tUH Mo (en 4Ua ... u
do coupon . lltV, ilo. Parlfle 4a. 7H4
Panama s, caupoa .I01U do ronT. t,
A.-C. 1st N. R. n. at it 4!s M
Amer Ag Is.. . 10114 N V c t, ntI.. . Mll
A. T A T CT- 4s .Hill dr. dsb. 4s ft
Am. ToUeoo ta.. 120 sN y v. j. f. f.
Armaur Jt u. s'4s. i5 T. Jlt,
Atchison en. 4s
,"N W. 1 , 4.. 7
.lOJ'i do ct. ta Uli
1 No. raclflo 4.. .. . mi
H io 3a . . . M
fJso. H. I. rfda 4s. NU
do CT. 4s 140.
do CT ts
A C 1. 1st 4s
llal. k. Ohio 4s..
do SHs .... .
Brook Tr, ct 1
"'sraon. cv SH 1111 N4
"J lo ion. 4s.... 10214
t'n. of Oa. 5s
1-ailier is.... WHfl. I,. & s. F. fa 11 Tisi
diss. Ohio 4'is.. S's do fen, lt
uv ivui ,- j, u, n. r 1a
Chlcsto tc A. His. M s. A U ad). 4s,
C. U Q. 1 sSo. Pso rol, 4
do eu, 4s 4Mi do cr 4s
C M A S 1' fi 4',4s..l41 ea it ,,f 4,
C. Jt I & I c. s stHsjn. Itsllwar ts
dv rfr. Is.. IT do ten. 4s.
'C B, r t 1 4'isM!i Union Pacific 4s..
D. A It. r. 4s ... 7 do cr. 4s
D. It- O. raf ta. M'4 do 1st A ref. Is
Distillers' U . 70; u. fl. Rubber ta.
Kris p. 1. 4s.. .. s U. 8. Steel 2d Is
do (en. 4s
5SV.'r" n,m Ws
do ct. 4s, isr. B 77'i Wabash 1st A ex. 4s CSS
III. Can 1st ref. 4s 91 Weal em Md. 4a.. .. M
Inter Met. 414s . 0'4 West glee. fT. 5." 1
lnir M M. 4 Ha
Wit, Central 4s It
Jspan M ...
OMAHA, Dec. 4. Bank clearings for
today were $3,225,873., as compared to
!2.547,G4i.7S for the corresponding day last
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-The condition
of tho rutted States treasury at the bo
ginning of buslnesu today was Worklnir
balance $92.57U.78-. In banks and I'htlH).
pine trrsur $12.(;j,2ll Th" total
tlio g-nrral runii wua 1140.74.' lus. Receipts
yrsterday, $3,21,700, dlabursinients, $.(,01
4ri Th dciidt UUa fiscal year u
HV as against a deficit of )lt,3911M last
year. The figures for tecelnts. dlsbu
ments and deficit exclude Panama ct
and public debt transactions,
l.outlnn llnck llnrUel.
1.0NIH1N. Dec 4 Money was mote
plentiful and discount rates were cssv
today. The stock market did not benefit
by thn signing of the armistice nil the
split In the Balkan league nnd Its pos
slblo effect caused further hesitation and
a slight sagging In continental favorites
and speculative issues Consols were rrndv
on puichases for tho sinking fund and
bonis mils on favorable trade reports,
American securities weje quiet and fea
tureless during the forenoon. lJiter New
York bid i'- Smithsiii Pacific, but of
fered tho rt ot the ll"t ana me innrr.Pi
declined and closed ens
lAindon closing stock quotation:
HUultllle Nash H
tHMn . Ksn A Tet . 3J
MSNeir York Central, .HTU
t4 Norfolk A Western.UJii
Anil Coppr .
Atchison . . .
1104 An pM l
Wi Ontario A WeHern.
lUltlmrra Ohio 10 IVtinsyUarils . . ws
Canadian Tscine 2U, Hand Mlne 't
Chepesk A Ohio. Itij Heading
Chi nfeat w intern is soutnern uy
Chi.. Mti st r nu on pm
Denver A Ilia O
21 Southern Pscltlo
. tVi Union Pacific .,
41 do Pfd . ...
. J!,U. 3 Steal
Ml) dn pfd
. 90 do ptd
Krle , ..
da 1st pfd
do 3d ptd.
Orand Trunk . .
Illinois Csntral .
fllLVRlt-Par. easy Ht -16d per
MONEY JlVtWs per cent.
The rate of discount in the open mar
ket for short bills In 4s per cent; for
three months' bills, 4 7-1W4 per cent.
Itimtnu Cloainsv MtnrUs.
nOftTON. Dec. 4. Closing nuotatloim
on Mocks were aa folio wa:
AUouet 41 MohsK .
Amsl. Copper .... U .Netada ("on ..
. . i'i
A. B. L - 30 Jlplasin Minea
Arliona Com. .. SvWVirth llutte ..
P. t C. C. ft S. M. North IVe ...
Cal. A Arlsona ... 7? Old Dominion .
Cat. Itecla Mr. Oscenta
Centennial is tjulncy . ..
CVip, Tlanni C. C UY, Shannon
Kait nutto C, M tlUSiipc'lor
Kranklln .. . H superior H .M
(llroni Con . JHTamsrsrk ..
tlranby CVn. 10M'. M II t M
Orient Canine ... S da pfd
le lloiate Copper 3 t'tsh Con
Kerr ImWs . . tt Utah tVppsr Co.
lAkr IVpper . 3 Winona
I. Salle fop M;wolterins
Mlsml Copper T
Xrw York SllnliiR SlooUa.
NHW YOH1C. 7cc. .-Closing uuota
tions on mining mocks were:
Oom, Tunnel stnek-. S llcsn
do bonds It
Con, Ctsl. As Va. .. IS
Iron stlTer Io
NISW YOltlC tlUNYiUAI, MAIIICIST
It nntsit lona of Ihr Day 1111
('am mod 1 1 Irs.
N'BW YOltlC. Dec. 4 -FIOlTIt-8leady ;
spring Patents, 14.40JH.C.; winter straights.
ai.swiis.ui; winier pnieuts, Ji.tkvuo.isi;
uprlng clears. 1I.15U4.43; winter extras,
No. 1. 14,(Xia4.15; winter extras. No. ''.
t3.TH.0r., Kansas straight, 14.OOtT4.10. Ilyo
flour, steady: fnlr to good, 136.Wji3.liO;
choice to fancy, !3.PuiH.0G. Buckwheat
flour, sternly. iJ,lfct2.:w, per 100 lbs.
COKNMKAL Barelv nleady; flno white
and yellow. 11.4W1.M; oimrse, 1.4tXfl.43i
Id hi dried. 13.75.
UY15-Knsy; No. 3 western. tUC3c. c I.
DAHLI1 Y Kaay : feeding, tio, c. I. f..
Now York; malting, 87CWo, c. I. f..
WIIKAT-Bpot market firm; No. 2 redj,
$1.00, nominal nnd 11.00. f. o. b.. afloat,
nominal, No. 1 northern, Duluth, !5Wo,
f, o, b., afloat. Futures closed 1c ad
vance for Deoember and uticlionged for
May: December closed at 91oj May, 9tfi
OOfll-lfioi closed at IWlic.
COItN Spot mnrket film: export, MUc,
f, o. b afloat, to arrive.
OATS Spot market, firm; standard
white, 37fin'lc nominal; No. 3, 37'MiaV;
No. 4, 30ar.Hc; natural white, 3KH8c,
whlto clipped, 3740a.
MAY Finn; No. I, 81.15; No. 2, 11.03;
No. 3, OOfiOic.
BltAN Quiet; western spring, 100-lb.
sacks, 131.C0; standard middling, 121.35;
city middling. 123.00.
HOPS Steady: state, common to cohlce,
1913, 2dfi03c; 1911. IStfUa; Padflo coast.
1912. 15c; 1911. 16lSc.
I1IDB5S irirm; Central America, 2tHc;
LMAT1IKH Firm: hemlook first". 28l
29c; seconds, 274f28c; thirds, 24yiVk!; ic
PUOVISIONB-Poik, firm; mesn, H9.M
U9.M; family, $23-Wi 24.00; short cleats,
$2.,.Orrf24.C0. Beef. firm, mess, 119.0OS2O.00;
family. $23,00flt4.00; href hams, $28.0O1i 31. W.
Cut meaU. dull, pickled bellies, 10 to
15 poundM, 112.60ttl3.00; pickled hanis. 114.00.
Lard, steady, mlddlo west, prime, $11. W
Laiil. easy: middle west, prime,
11.23: retineil, quiri; coiiiiiicin.
Houth American, $12.70; compound, 17.87
TALI JOXV Steady; prime city hhda.,
OHc special, 7o; country. fiMifiUc
111' 1 ncit Biean.v; ri'ceuuo,
creumeo' extras, 38c. firsts. ."U'lfSCc. held
extras. S3(g34c: state dairy, finest, 33i34c;
process extras, 27Mir2fc; fmtory, Jii
make, firsts, 24Ha; current make, firsts,
24,,tC; paCKlPg SIOCK, Clll H.-lll lliunr,
'CIIISBKI-V-Stenily; receipts, 1.958 boxes;
state, whole milk, hem oomrea spectan,
nttifjloc; whlto specials, 17Wc
r,UUO" irreintisr. rrL-uuir, v,joi vunio,
fresh gathered extraa. 39M420; wcntorn
gathnred whites; KHJ'42c; state, Pennsyi
valnla and nearby hennry browns, 41W42C;
gnthered browns and mixed colors, 39M40C,
POCLTIIY Dressed, unsettled; fresh
killed western chickens, 111fl9c; fowls,
12J,flHc: turkeys, l.tfeSOc. Live, steady:
western chickens, 13Ifl4c; fowls. 13JI4cj
ICoiisais lt lirstlu nnd rrtivlslona,
KANSAS CITY. Deo. 4-VllKAT-Uli-
changed to io higher; No. 2 hard. 82tt
87o; No. .1. som; . i rru, bicvi,i;
No. 3. SS6P8V4C. .
COIlN-lStlWo lilgner. mo. a mum, s.',
S4Hc; No, 3. 43c; No. 2 wlllte, 49Vj'47c;
No, 3. 4W46HC
OATS '4TI'4c lilKlier. .-o. wnue, ,11c;
No. 2 mixed. IHHiiTtc.
Closing prices of futures.
WIIUAT-December, SO'.lc; May, KAt
tw'ic: July. 82c.
CORN December. 4fto; May. nwnc;
OATS-Deceinber, I!'4'. Mav. 33T4c,
IIAY-Cholca timothy. $13.u13.oO; choice
BUTTllR Creamery, Sllic; firsts,
J2HC seconds, 30'.4c: packing, Mo.
KOOH-lixtras, 2c; firsts, 2So; seo
POULTRY Hens, ll512c; roosters, 8t7
k'i'-; young turkeyn, 12S13c; duuks, 13U'
Wheat, bu 49.000 SS.O0O
Corn, bu 6,00) 19.000
Oats, bu 17.0011 12.0X)
Mlliraukri' Oral 11 Market.
Ml LAVA IMC MB. lc. 4 -WHKAT-No.
1 northern, SiHMc; No. 2 nortborn, i-IWlp
84Hc. No. 2 haul winter, UftKc;-Decem
ber, szc; .May, sisc.
CORN No. 3 jellow
white. 47'917'iC No. 3,
ber, 49ic: May. 4H4t
OATH Standard. 3Xc-BAUL1-;
47(WI7lic; No. 3
Llterponl (i nil n MttrLrl.
LIVBRPOOI Dee. 4.-WI1KAT Spot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s (Slid: No. 2
Manitoba, 7s 2V4d; No. 3 Manitoba, 7s Id;
futures stead) . December, 7s 2d; March,
7s 2t.di May. 7s lWd.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
old, s Cd; futures. tajy, December.
4a 10Vd; January. 4 10"id,
Toledo Hcrtl .Market.
TOLKDO, O.. Dec. 4.-RHEDS-CIover,
prime cash, December. $11.15; March,
$11.20: February, 111.25; No. 2, $l0.STal0.SO.
Alslke. prime, $12.85. December, $12.M,
Maroh, $12.9214. Timothy, prime. Decem
ber, $1.90; February. $1.!7: March, $2.00.
NHW YORK. Dec. 4 COFFliB Futuros
oieened quiet at unchnngid prices, but
QUICK ly wetiKeiiKi uiiner Hcuiirring uiui
ilatUma. Tho market closed barely steady.
at a net loss of 84;1U iKiluts. Sales, 114.250
baas. Closing bills De eiulr, llUif : .lull-
un 1S.1SC, February, 13.25c; March,
April, 1JB4C. Muy IXCic June
of 1 1172c Julv. 1J, . , August 13.7Vc Bp-
tember October and November, llc
Spot quiet, Rio 7s, 14VsC Mantns la, I6',,c
mlia avUU fonlu ju Wiisc.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
iloit Kinds of Cnttle Command About
H0OS ARE GENERALLY STEADY
llrorlpla of Mi rep nnd l.miilis Con
tliiur l)nllr Llhernl for the 5en
n of the Year nnd Price
Ire Mendy to Strong.
SOUTH OMAlfA. Dec, 4. 1913.
llecrlpts wera: Cattle, Hoks. Sheep.
Ofriclal Monday 10,oS ,: litl
Of nihil Tuesday . ... 7.M9 11.117 SM1S
Kstlmato AVednesday.. S.700 1S.70O 10,000
Three days this wk :U .t6,74J M.US
Same days last wrek.lS.HM) Jl.SWt !.R
Hsnw days J whs, ago.:i,S73 SJ.4M IA4W
Same days d wks. ago.ie,4 19,429 ',1
Bamo days 4 wks. ago. 7.477 9.W tbt?
b'amo days Inst year. .ll.dM Z. .tX
Tim following table shows thn receipts
of cattlt, hoga and sheep at Booth Omaha
for the year to date as compared with
last vtutr. 101?. 1911. InO. Dec,
Cattlo ... M2.K9 l,100,a ., . H7.70)
llogs !,70i,ti.-A S.1W.WI MJ.?l ..
Sheep .. . .S,S07,9.13 2,S4,4ai .4"
The following labia shows the rains Ot
prices for hogs at South Omaha for tha
last fa wdays. with comparlalonsi
Nov. ail i 2&
Nov. 1R. 7 6 13
Nov. 21.1 7 0 K
s wi 4 e oi
Nov. 28. 8 00
t 67 I
NOV. a. I 7 0..H t) 01
Nov. SO, 7 W
7 1)7 09
7 CO S 11
Dec 1. , I f. (Wl
7 lil 0.'
Dpo. 5.. 7
Dec. 3.. I 7
R 01 7 IS
Dec. 4.. 1 8 02 I 8 03
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tho Union Ktook yards, flnuih Omahn,
for twenty-four hours ending at S p. m.
C. M. t Ht. P 3 7
Mo. Pac, S 2
Union Pacific Sft is
C. & N. V east. .. K IS
C. N. ' west... 30 41
C. St. P. M. & O.... 9 !
C. 11. & U east.... & 10
C. II. & Q west.... SI 3
C. 11. 1. tz P., raat.. 11 II
C, II. I. 4; P.. west.. .. I
Illinois Central 1 r
c. a. w i
DISPOSITION HK AD,
Moirls & C Ml 2.119
Swift & Co K2 3.8o
Cudahy Packing Co RHi 2.reK)
Armour uo 010 j,-us
a O. Packing Co f.
V. B Vansapl Co ' ...
llenlou V. S, & Lush.. 104
Hill Si Son 1S2,
iF. B. Lewis 72
Huston Co 30
.1. II. Boot & Co 117
J. II. Bulla 52
J F. Huh
Itosenstock Bros im .,.
McCrcnry & Kellogg... 5
Wertheliner Degcu... 2
Sullivan Broil 0
Itothschllil St Krebs.... 23
Mo. &. Knns.-Cair Co... Ill
I'll,,. j I'l.rl.lU IK!
Other buyers .1,029 ... '5,t!l8
Totnl 6.2M U.T28 11.005
f'ATit.lC Cnttle rneelnts ware Very
tlirhe irulnw nnlv 104 i'nr helnff reported
In. but the total lor tha three days Is
1,i,r- hr halnr nviT 30.000 head. AS
, ,.,,.., ..,1 will, m vari uiro Ihore is a aalll
In the receipts for the week to date. Of
8,400 head. In other words, the receipt
this week are very liberal for this sea
son of the year,
n airnntit nf itlin Ualil tecelnts today
nnd tho fnlr demand on the part nf pack
ers, the market on corn fed nnd range
i,r .i, ronsfinulilv ai'ttva nt uood atnady
rl,M 'I'liol-n WUI4 llntlllni! VOf' cllOlCO
lii the yards to muke a top, but tho fair
to pretty decent kinds of catlle wore very
Cows unit heifers, which sold to poor
advantage yostertniy. snowen some ini
provement today, being fully steady Willi
. iw.ai Hum veaterilnv- morning, or a
lltiln hfltrr than Vcateiday's close, Tlio
hii- luiiic rlinnirn,! liands In uood season
Ueslrnblo feeding emtio cimtlnued fully
steady and the demand was good, but
light storkers were n little slow and the
feeling weak. Pretty much everything,
however, changed hands In very fair sea
win lii the innriitiiff.
quotations on Native Cnttle-(lood to
choice beef steers, 1R.25W9.75; fair to gpod
licef steers. si.Zomn.a), common io.ni
i...r .i.,,rH tfi (W?f7 ! ifood to choice helf
ors, 13.75fft7.O0; good to choice cows, $5.50
6.50; fair to good gruues, ss.owjo.iw; i-om-mon
to fair grades. $8.2Mf4 ,Wi good to
choice slockers and feeder, H25jW,SO
fair to god storkers and rerders, $5.75
.2J common to fair stockers and feed
ers, IS.WMIO.lO; SIOC.K rass mm nuncio
$I.KW6.00;i veal calves. $5.00119.00; bulls
flmmi t! irno.TM.co.
Quotations on Range Cattle-Oood to
choice beef steers. $6.75fl8.1&; fair to good
beef steers, $i.2i,75; common to fair
beef steers, K.f(W.s.
. . 147 00
. . I2i :i
...us it in
S7 t 40
, , . 710 t tO
... 117 5
. Hit I 711
.. 1024 7 M
... I!l 1 (0
I. . ..
II. . ..
. . Ml 7 71
..1277 7 50
..lltS 7 15
..1121 7 10
MM I 00
..1101 I 21
..1311 I 21
.1110 I 5
lilt 4 50
109 8 10
MS I 40
1IIS I 10
101 I 40
1011 5 SO
1000 I 15
1078 t IS
70 I 15
1077 I (5
114a I 70
lilt t 75
1110 6 IS
1114 8 75
131 S 10
1100 I 50
1010 3 71
..1026 4 75
. . . M0 4 7
...170 4 71
. . . US 4 0
W I 00
. , 175 t 00
. ,10t0 I 05
...Kill I 10
. .1070 t li
110 I 2S
. 1075 I M
. 710 5 10
. 1031 C M
.. 1100 C IS
..IMS f, 40
...1171 ( 45
1110 I 25
771 I 50
Ml 4 71
741 t 10
Ill l to
417 I 21
..... 100 5 24
105 t a
1410 5 55
1500 8 CO
1200 ( 76
1700 5 IS
411 5 00 II
700 8 M (
(71 6 15 14
ill i 90 t
II 711 4 W
.1110 4 M
.1100 4 10
II. . .
..too 4 St.
. ,10 4 IS
. 1050 I 00
. . ISO I O0
..1200 S no
110 4 75
MS 7 no
, 20 I 00
HO I 60
IM I (0
104 I 75
too I 76
.140 t 00
, 170 0
111 I 50
111 t 50
, 117 M
. 830 1 00
411 4 24,
lit 6 50
STOCKKRS AND FKKDKRS.
741 4 40
4(0 I 40
. 626 I 64
. (10 t 70
6M 6 76
101 t IS
ioa; e m
. 711 10
. . Ill 45
. 171 ,(6
. .lf0 IS
tot 7 00
,1011 7 oo
It 7 16
1M1 7 40
JIOG.S Th early hog trade rulad activ
at steady to strong prices with the spec
ulators as the chief buyers. More hoga
wero disponed of on apeculatlvo account
than on Tuesday, most of such sales be
ing at a nuiga of $7.557.60. Some ot tho
packer buyers also filled n few orders on
the Hiimn basis, but their buying In that
way did not last long, as they saw an
opportunity of getting their hogs cheaper.
From that time on all the packer buyer
turned bearH and as a result trade grad
ually eased off, hogn still In first hands
eventually having to sell at prices any
where from weak to a much as a nickel
lower than yesterday's general maiket
In tho end the majority of the packing
droves was put up at figures around $7,50
67.55, with a few at $7.60. In other
words the h!k of nil the miles made
was nt about the same range as on yes
terday, thus making the general trad
about steady or neurlv so The highest
pulflt waa tnaihed durlnf the early ma'-
kr.t, when several loads sold up to !7.K,
Identical with Hie top ptlco yestrda.
First butlnejs was active, but as the
morning advanced trade became onlv
fairly active with a clearance of Prac
tically everything In good season.
while the supply was liberal compared
with a week ago and two weeks ago. It
waa little. It any larger than on the cor
responding day last year. The receipts,
according to early estimates, footed up
nbout U2 cars, or 12,700 head, as against
11.751 head last Wednesday, 10.919 head
two weeks ago and 12,83- head on the
same day a year ago. For the first
three days of the week receipts show ntt
Increase over a week ago, two weeks ago
and a Sear ago, the supply for those
days amounting In round numbers to
about r.s.Cx'O hend, as against 32.000 head
for tho same lime last week, .12,000 head
two weeks ago and 29.000 head a year ago
SHBWP A very fair run ot lambs and
alieep arrived for this time of the year,
as the supply was considerably large''
than a year ago and a week ago, but
nbout the sumn as two wotks
ago. About twenty cars of rango
stuff, most of which were feeders,
wero Included In today's receipts, The
remainder of the supply waa comprised
for thn most part of fed westerns, them
being only a small sprinkling of native
slock offered. Conditions surrounding the
early trade were In marked contrast to
the early market yesterday, as mostly
II tho buyers apparently wanted what
killing and sheep lambs were In sight and
eventually paid prices generally stendv
to strong for their purchases. Among the
sales were a couple of loads of fed west
ern lambs iwernglng around R pounds
that sold at 17.30 and a bunch ot fed.
owes which brought $4.03. Tht movement
was active and anything at nil deslrabln
on the killing order was cleared compar
atively early In the forenoon. Tho slight
improvement on Kinera was reflected 111
the feeder division, both tho useful feeder
amb and sheep offerings changing hands
n very good season. There continues to
be a good healthy demand for desirable
feeders ami a strong unaenone to pre
vailing prices. About twenty cam ot
range atock from Wyoming were sold
before appearing at the yards and out.
side of this shipment thero were- not a,
grtat many other feeders on the market.
Included In the shipment were, some year
ling wethers that sold up to $5.40 nnd a
baud of aged wethora that sold to go to
thn country at H.l The meager supply
met with a ready sale and trndo on the.
Whole was active.
quotations on sneep ami tamos: uocnt
.. 1..,.t.a - OArfTf- M. fnl. In maJ
IU IIVU..., , ., fltwu liw, lu 0l.
bimbo. $S.a3t$7.ao: fedecr lambs, liSOdp
65; light yearlings, .atnuo; nnavy
raillnrs. 14.7fxflft.lS: feeder yearlings.
I.50ff6 40; good to oholco wethers, $4.2Sfil
.50: fair to good wethers. 13.rAfTC.3l.:
feeder wethers. 1I.OOW4.40: rood, to choice
owes, $1,0031.20; fair to good ewes, $3,509)
4.0o: feeder ewes, $2.854fe.n0; yearling;
breeder ewe. ji.wjjto,w; ouii anoep ana
No, Av. Pr.
192 fed lambs , 81 7 35
481 fed lamb 80 7 2fi
229 fed lambs 81 7 25
161 yoming ewes, teeners w a v
CIIICA(it) 1.IVF, STOCK MAIIKR'P
Cuttle i:ioe Weak Hobs Knlrljr
Aollvs- Mhrcn Sternly.
Cattle close wenk: hogs fairly active!
Chicago. Dsc, 4. VA'rriiPJ-iieceipts.
119.000 head; market generally steady;
close! weak: heaves, $5.nQill.lO, Texu
steers, 84.4WU3.7o: western steerr, j.4o
trjO.lOi atookers and foodont, $4.8&97.rjj
cows nnd heifers, Jl. "0117.50; calves, $8.75
liuvjt oceipis, .,uai; rnarKei inmy
actlvo at fto decllnojllght. $7.25f(lf.;
mixed. $7,2Mi7."0i heavy. $7.25(H'7.70: rough,
$7.IM(7.45; pigs, $0.25tT7.'5; bulk of sales,
4? -jVMf? it.-.
MIllSKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 33.000
head; market steady to 10a higher: na
tive. 83.axu4.65; western, $.rW9N.t;
yearlings, $i.90tf.25: lnmbs natlvcr, $3.50
fji.Tbi western, o.oou'(.a.
Ml. I.onla I.lvr Slock. .Market.
KT T.OII1H. Dee. 4.-GATTL13-1U)-
cclpts, 5,o) head Including 1.900 Texans;
marknt steady; choice to fine steer.
SjlO.OOjfttl.OO; good to cholco steers, $9,H
Q1V.VU, nressoa anil ouioner ancr", .
if8.W: stockers T and feeders, $3.750rr.rjos
cows nun neiioi-o, m.owiji.w; irainnera.
ji irMA en. Inilln. 14.'iV(VM: calves. 1A.0O
(flll.lMi Texas and Oklahoma steers, $o,00
M7.M; cows and heifers. 8S.78Ofl.00.
HOaf-Rcelpts. 4,300 hotwli; market;
steady: pigs and lights, JiWQWO: mixed,
and butchers, $7.407.78; good hticvy, $7,05
flJH'n'HMP AND IaAMnS-Recielpt's, d,Vtt
head: market alandy: mu,ton, It.JJS"
4.40! yearlings, $fi.75Urt.ffl: lambs, $50fl
7.75: culls and biickB, $2.0DiaO-25i Blockers,
Ivnnnnn Clly l.lvo Hloi'U Market.
K-ANKAft CITY. Doc. 4. CATTLH-t
Receipts, 8,000 head Including 800 south
erns; market steany; aresseu neet una
export steers, $8.00fpl0.BQ; fair to good,
jn.ri0fl8.00; western Merits, $nj90i8.3J:
Blockers and feeders. $5.007.36. westernr
steers, H.&OfflS.OO: southern cows. fJMC
8.00; natlvo cows. $4.O0nj(L8S: natlvn heif
ers, 0.ln".""i OUII", fl.WUV.ui, 1.UITO-,
HIKJW-RocclpU, 17.000 lieftd: market
steady; bulk of sale. $7.4S4OT.70i heaVJV
$7.Wit7.7; pneaers uim iiiiiicncrw. i. ,
J7.72: light. I7.45.fl7.ro: pigs. ,k.wi-.
head: market steady to strong: lambs.
tr.rjM.TTH- anrllnirs. 14.7MTo.2C: WtthefS,
$4!o0'a4.60: ewes, $3.7tVUi.33; stocVera and
feeders, jj.owa4.io. y.
Hi, Joseph Lire Slocll Sfkt.
8T. JOSI3PIL Mo., Dec. 4.-CATTI.&-
Recenls, 1,800 head; market steady; steers.
SH.75W 10.25: cows and heirers, $3.wae.oo;
calves. $4.rij9.70. , , , ,,
HOQS Receipts, ,WH nenii; iorntij
steady to Bo lower; top, $7,75: bulk ot
sales. $7.6W7.i. , . .
htad; market steady; atttnbs, $8.4037.75.
Stock In Might.
n,.lr,i nf live stock at thn flvil
principal western ffl,J"'S In
South Omaha lO.OOjt
Bt. Joseph e'-ii'lZ!
Ht. Lou! M0J
NFJW YORIC. Dec, .-MtaTAI-Cop-.
rer. unlet: spot, $17.10 hid: December.
$17.1017.23; January and f cbruan. $l7.a.
17.25; electrolytic and Jk- $1T.62W&
17 82H castings. $17.25W7.$7Vt. Tin, weak:
Bl ot $49 22"i49.42i: December. $49.i2WS'
A; jSiiftry. $IM2VitH9.sm. Leavd.
steady; $4.tlX.40. Spelter, quiet; $7 S0,
7.40, Antimony, quiet; Cookson's, $10.50.
Iron, quiet and unchanged.
Copper arrivals, 300 tons. Bx ports thin
month. 2.180 tons. Ixndon oopper. dull;
spot. 78 7s ftd; futures. 77 6s. London
tin, steady; spot. 228 10s'. futures. 2241
5s London lead. 18 3s 9d. Iyndot
spelter, 26 10s. Iron. Cleveland wai
rants, 07s 3d, In I.ondon. ,.Ta
BT. LOUIS, Mo.. Dec 4.-MKTALS-S
Lead, weak at $1.20; spelter, $7.25.
vijW YORK. Dec. 4.-COTTCXN-Spo
closed quiet; middling uplands. J2.75o,
middling gulf. ISc: no aa e.
Futures I'nisou .-.."-...a ----- T0 -
ceinber. 12.30c; January. February. .42oj
March, 12.48c: April, May. 12.44c; Junt.
12 41c July. 12.40c; August. 12.S0c; Sep
tember. 11.86c: October, 11.70e.
LIVKRPOoi,. Dec. Y-OOTTON-Spot.
moderate business dona; prices firml
American middling fair, 7.64d; good m d
dllng, 7.22d; middling. 7.02d: low mid
dling, 8.84d; good ordinary, 6.3$d: ordla
nary. 6.90d. Sales 9.000 bales.
Omahn. liar Market.
OMAHA. Dec 4,-HAY-No. 1, ehoIc
upland. J10.6O3J1.00: No. 2, $9.6010.00; No.
3, $8.cotf9.00; No, 1 choice midland. $10.00
fl0.: No. 2, $9.60010.00; No. S. $8.0009.00
No. 1, choice lowland, $9.(t110.00; No. 2,
$8.0009.00: No. ?, $7.0088.00. Alfalfat No.
1. third and fourth cutting. $14.60015.00:
No. 1. flrat arid second ciUUng. $14,000
14.60; No. 2, any cutting, $1S.OO13.0; No,
3. any cutting, J9.0OCU.O0. Straw: Oats,
$$00; rye. $7.00; wheat. $40088.60.
NBW YORK. Dec. 4.-Sl'aAR-Raw,
firm; Muscovado. 89 test, 3,65o; centrlfu
gal. 99 test, 4.05c; molasses sugar, S3 test,
j.SOo, refined, steady.
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 4.-W00L Steady, ters
rltory and western mediums. 2lff)25c; tint
mediums, 18&0c; fine. lJlIc
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