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CITY IlUPURTY POK SAI.K.
II HA I j KSTATK.
CITY PHtH'l-lllTY POIl S.Vl.i:.
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BEGIN THE NEW YEAR EIGHT
BY SAVING AT LEAST $500
. ES'-. !'V?,?5 on Ueo two new 7-room modern homes In Dundee, Located
!L 2" Hurt St. Hava largo living room, dlnlns room, kitchen, rear entry
niii pantry on first floor finished In oak. excepting kitchen. Second floors have.
J large bedrooms, bath and sleeping room, or sun parlor, enclosed so that It can
nt.ua,i for a r5"1: finished In best of hard pine, with two-panel birch doors.
uk floors on both first and second floors; largo attic and basement; best of
lurnace heat: excellent grade ot plumbing, with up-to-date plumbing fixtures
EJJf"1' iMTx ru,t cellars and coal bins1 In each house. East house has
ceautlful sand finished walls decorated with Oil paint. West house Is papered
throughout tn excellent tosto. Thfcso houses arc complete In every detail, having
njBters, full sot of screens, window shade, permanent walks and steps;
attractive up-to-date lighting fixtures. Ready to occupy without one cent
or rurther expense. Best buy in Dunde at this time. See us for terms and prices.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harn y Street.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Has an Up and Down Coarse
on Today's Market,
DECEMBER CORN IS QUITE FIRM
Yellow Ccrenl tienerntcs Consider
able Kxi-lti-mrnt When Shorts
it nsh to Cover lief ore- Owe
of the Pit.
OMAHA, Dec. St, Ml
A disappointing cable cuused a slightly
lower oonlng on wheat, but It Itnme
miuely uttei)H.-il Unit there whs a good
domand through commission houses and
the market had a quick spurt This ad
vance, however, was not maintained, the
enduing reaction being attributed to a
declining tendency In corn. Nothing. was
said about export business but tha north
west markets held very welt and this
latter factor contributed some rlrm
ness to the local market. Various local
operators were reported as soling, but
the market, notwithstanding, showed
qulto a little steadiness. There Is a
strong undertone and It Is believed this
will eventually be reflected In a higher
Corn started firm with considerable ex
citement In the December, owing to cov
ering by shorts. There was likewise some
short covorlng In the May future by
those who hod not boon driven In by
yesterday'H bulge. The weather may re
vealed nothing favoring the bulls and
this, with lower cables, finally affected
the prlco nnd the market developed a
much easlrr tone. .Selling on a largo
scale by a house Identified with the long
side was reported, but the offerings
wero fairly-well absorbed except In the
December, which gradually declined until
It was below last night. Naturally there
will have tn be some shrinkage In the
receipts and a better demand to give the
market snap, but It Is believed such con-
Will Be a Big Year
Ve wish a Happy and Prosperous year
for you. Tho best
that you can make is that you will stop
paying rent and provldo a real
for yourself and family.
It Is a certainty that the very best In
vestment on earth la Omaha real estate.
GET SOME OF IT
even If you have to go In debt for 1L
ye will hare fine property to offer
you .In 1911.
216 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone JTyler 187.
jNfew Year's Present
For the party that has $600 cash to
make as first payment on a new 6-roam,
nil -modern bungalow, finished in oak,
birch 'and maple, tiled bath room, fine
furnace, plumbing and light fixtures;
mortgage ,at 31.750, on monthly payments.
Owner's prlco has been 3$2,800, but Is sac
rificing 00 for Immediate 'sale as above.
Sure u- snap.
P. J. TEH BENS COMPANY,
750 Omahc National Bank llldg.
Phone Doug. 2182.
Cash Will Do.
$83 spot cash buys an Omaha lot. This
Is a nice level lot. In a good neighbor
hood, but must bo sold for cash In the
next few days.
Our office will be open. New Year's day.
Telephone Dougla 9C
H. H. Harper
1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.
Want offer for this well hullt, 7-room,
I-story, modern house; oak finish first
floor; deooratcd throughout; lurnace
South, front lot, x5 ft. Paving paid.
An 'opportunity for some one to secure
a good .house cheap. Key at our office.
George & Company
B City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 760.
Or Vacant Lot
"West. Just off Farnam, choice neigh
borhood, walking distance, 6 -rooms, mod
ern, 4 years old. Will sell cheap on easy
terms or will take vacant property for
part or all. Owner must leave.
AMERICAN SECimiTY COMPANY.
17th and Douglas Sta. Phone Douglas WIS.
Let us 'show yon a new, well-constructed
bungalow on a large lot In Dun
dee; five large rooms and bath on one
floor; large attic and full cemented base
ment; strictly modern and up-to-date,
with .beautiful hardwood finish. 4909
Webster St. Can be bought with $1,090
nd easy terms.
Peters Trust Co.
1X2 Kamam St. Doug. 898.
7 On Your Money
111 amnllntM nf lift) nrwl tin T.li-.rlna
HASTINGS & HI5YDEN, 1614 Harney St.
Our Office Will
PHONE DOUGLAS 2556
and ask to have a salesman take you
In an automobile to seo ouf property.
$26 cash and $35 per month buys a new
five-room bungalow, price 11,350. city
water, sidewalk and electric lights.
H; H. Harper
1012-11 City Nation. Hank Bldg.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of
Paul Tipton will notify Ills mother, Mrs.
Ida Tipton. Oarnett. Kan.; father dead.
MASSAOE Miss Welton. room 221 Ne.
vlllo block, ICth Harney. Phono D. 4297.
AI A RS A fiTil Swedish movement. 41S
1 Blk. to Farnam
East front, big trees, paving paid, 4
rooms and hall down, and 4 more and
bath above; fireplace; best heat and
plumbing; 11,000 cash, balance (10 monthly;
lease to right family.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 271S.
EyenlngiH. 838 or II. 6134.
Just finished. Five rooms, all modern,
flno lighting fixtures, high grade plumb
ing, furnace heat, hot and cold water,
floor drain,, cemented basement, coal bin,
line east front lot. near 21st and Popple
ton. Price cut to $2,760; cosy terms.
Phone Douglas 1653. 106 McCague Bldg.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
OUR TOAST TO YOU.
Here's to 1914: "May it be
the very best year you ever
had and the worst you ever
ComullmentB nf ninnv..i.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO., Its Agti.
iitwn .uin., un.u unu rurnain ol.
PARTV going south for winter wishes
to ftp! fi-rnnm onttiiirn nnnrlv fnini.uAj
Tyler ISM. 619 N, 17th St,
FARM A KANCH LAND FOR SALE.
S80-ACRE farm 35 miles from Minneapo
lis, Vii miles from a good railroad town1
part under cultivation, balance meadow
and pasture land; good soil; good cluht
room house, worth $3,000; barn, granary,
corn cribs, cattle sheds, machine sheds
etc-.; 14 cows, 20 head of steers nnd helN
eis. three horses, hogs, chickens, com
plete tot of farm machinery, buggies,
wagons, iMeds. BO tons of hay, 1,200 bas
of, corn 160 buhels mixed grain.
175 bushels potatoes, In fact everything
21 tn?.,.faJCi" Boes ?xccpt the furniture;
price 412,000; nne-hulf cash. '
. SCHWAB BROS.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis. Minn.
5 Miles from
Omaha P. 0.
$160 Per Acre
Oil nnveti mnH ntirl uA -.t..
IDVr.l. Hon Inn m v oll .,ov,i - i .
trig b0 to 75 bushels of corn to the acre.
Wnu n mu la ,,. I H .... ! . T. -
-located Just, two miles west of South
r' ,7i.r Dl?f, larua; also has trackage
facilities. Why pay J150 to J176 pr acre
for land near Blair. West Point, Kear
ney, etc. when you can buy land like
7i . viiubi ncuBunuuie terms
The Byron Reed Co.
I'hone Doug. 297. 213 South 17th.
IMPROVED 7,000-ACRK FARM,
an South Loup river near Oconto. Cus
ter county, Neb., to be divided Into 5
and sold cheup. Very little cash re
quired balance S and 10 yenrs, 6 per cent.
Lach farm contains level valley, corn,
fall wheat and alfalfa .land under cultli
vatlon. Smooth sloping and level table
land, splendid meadow, roling pasture,
timber and spring water. Black sell
clay subsoil. Fenced, S sets of buildings
Tour farm might De taken ai part pay-
Wolbach, Greeley County. Nebraska.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
BXCHANGK. Imported Krtnoh Per
cberon stalilon. 7 vur Jk!,
dapple gray, for cheap sand It work
"" i'- .'SBmu, npion, la.
Modern cottage, new and clean; good
neighborhood. Will sell for 300 cash,
balance monthly. Must be sold before
January L Call owner. , Harney 4611.
Only half block from car. In fine neigh
borhood; modern; five rooms and bath
first floor; two rooms can be finished on
sveond .floor; oak finish; built-in book
cases; cement walks; everything com
plete. Price 12,560. Terms 3300 cash, bal
ance can Must sell before January 1st.
Owner. Harney 4611.
2030 Spring St; 11 room house, gas and
water. gtx0 condition, tsa cash down,
balance My. same as rent. Web.TSCS.
OUNO women coming to Omaha as
strancers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. .Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look tor
our travelers' aid at the Union station.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect. We distribute. Phono
Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Call and inspect tha new home, 1110-1111-1114
All Oardendale land purchasers that
bought land from llust & Brundase re
port at Oardendale. Tex., Jon. M, 114, for
self-protectlon. We are sued for right of
title. John L. Tins ley
"SWEDISH massage nurse wishes to call
on sufferers from rheumatism or raraly
sis I hone Douglas ST;Z
WANTED To adopt a girl from 9 to
12 years. Address. Y 3S4. Bee.
Anns. Anderson. Mag'tlc treat. 418 Iiee bldg
61-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
FJ.TCCynMfi MASSAGE BATH.
LAURA WILSON, bath. mass. D. 8751.
JHIons arc not far off and therefore
traders favor the long sldd on reactions.
Uats uwetitvl strung, but the pressure
ot offerings by a large local concern
gradunly wore the price down and caused
some liquidation by tho longs. Tha mar
ket firmed slightly near the close. Trad
ers believe purchases are advisable on
reactions such as today.
Provisions were slightly lower. Offer
ings were somewhat liberal, with a light
demand. Favor purchases on the breaks.
Cash wheat was Ale higher.
Oash corn was. unchanged to tc higher
Cash onts wero Ve hlRhcr.
Clearances: Wtipjit unit flmir. feiiinl In
I.pn.OOO bushels; corn, 4J.000 bushels; oat
Liverpool cloe: Whist. d hlnheri
corn. trjd lower.
primary Wheat receipts wero W6.WJ
bushels and shipments 263, J0 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 1,642,0
bushels and shipments SI0,f00 bushels.
Primary outs tvcelut wern tetonn bush.
tls nnd shipments fiwyt bushels.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
U3 411 116
It 200 It
17 169 'Si
&l 41 W
All markets will tin rlnsuxl Vntv Vn,',
A year ago today was a holiday, there,
fore 110 reCellits nnd ulilnmenta f.ir tVint
The following .cash sales were reported;
WhltNt.Kni 9 hIhI 1 ...... filler
1 car at SU1 cur at sotfc, No. 3 hanl
winter, 1 car at Hc, 1 car at 80Vle. t
car at Sic; No. 3 mixed, 1 car at MUVio;
No. 3 durum, a cars nt "vKc. Rye N,o. 2,
t car ai wr. uais standard, l car
at 3S4ci No. 3 white. 2 cars at 37Wc: No
4 white. 7 cars at 3,Wcj no grade, 1 car
ui mho. uorn No. 3 while, l car at
t7c. 1 car at 63Hc 1 car at 65c; No. 1
yellow, 5 cars at 65c; No. 3 yellow, 1 car
in ojftc, o cars ni uc i car ai rac, 7
cars at MWo. 1 car nt BiUti. 1 rr nt r,3e:
No. 4 yellow, 5 cars at 61c; No. 8 mixed, 4
cars at 634c; No. 3 mixed, 1 car at 3c. 2
cars ai k:?c, i car ai 5ic. z cars at tac.
car at uiftc, cars at i4c; tio.
mixed, t cars at 6ic. l car at ooc, 1 car
at B9J4c. 1 car at 59c, 1 car at 6Sc; no
grade, l car nt 6Tc, 1 car at 66c, 2 cars
at live, i car nt vie.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheit: No. 2 hard,
80(fl83c; No. 3 hard, 7HS2c; No. 4 hard,
iCJiSOc; No. 3 spring, SOJJSlc; No. 4 spring,
7!tt(m0c; No. 2 durum. MXSSWic: No. 3
durum, 7!K079?ic, Corn; No. 2 white, G5J
C7HC! No. 3 wlilte. 64li7c; No.
4 white. &9lfffi2c; No. 3 yellow.
wivuwc: no. a ycnow, kitithhc; no. 4
yellow, COfjClc; No. 2, C3a3Hu; No. 3. 6114
flC3c; No. 4, 6!i6lc: nn grade. 4S41cf Oatsi
No. 2 white. SSIfMDc: 'standnrv. SSV4o: Nn
3, 374c; No. 4, 37V4c. Barley: Malting, 65
So; No. 1 feeil, 43(R54c. Rye! No. 2. 68U
MCJ NO. a. 0lrtt)6SC.
CIIICAfJO (.'RAIN AND PROVISIONS
OMAHA L1YEJT0GK MARKET
Desirable Kinds of Cattle Sell nt
About Steady Prices.
HOGS IN MOST CASES STEADY
I'nt r.nm Sternly to n ahniln lllwher
Pnl l.ntutm nml Venrllnst
Htenily n Very Lit
MISS FISHER, mass., elec treat. D. 43SO.
Turkish bath. mass. Davldge blk. D. 6S95.
Elec. mass., bath. 314 rilrd Uldg.. 17 &D.
MAGNETIC Trt., 1S28 Vinton. D. 6026.
MRS. SNYDER. Electric Trt. D. 4380.
MASSAGE. 109 S. 17th St. Mrs. Steele.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1100 to 310,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wtad. Wcad Bldg., 18th and Farnam,
aof CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
v lO iin.ii.i iipt.nHl Thvntpr hulldlnff.
WANTED City loiins. I'eters Trust Co.
GARVIN BROS 2.",? "ft
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith a Co.. 1320 Farnam St
CITY and farm loans. lowest rates.
No delay, J, 11, Dumont Sb Co., 1003 Far
nam ot., Omaha.
CITY property. Large loans a. specialty.
W. H. Thoman. 28 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1010 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
FIVE per cent farm loans; optional
payments, wm. Mccormick, 1201 Farnam
FIVE per cnt form loans; optional
payments. Wm. McCormlck, 1201 Farnam.
LARGE loons our specialty. Stull Bros,
HARRISON MORTON. 1116 Om. Nat,
WANTED TO BUY
RACHMAN will treat you right: best
prices tor turn., clonics, stioes. w. his.
HIGHEST prices paid for men's cast,
off clothes end shoes. Doug, 017.
KOl'TU OMAHA. Dee. 31. 1913.
Iteccliiti wrre: Cuttle Hons. HlireP.
Official Mnnriiiv KOtS bS.Oi 11.CJ7
UUIClal Tuesday 5,314
Kmimuto udnesilsy.. l.0J
three dvs this wk lt.'.rtl 2S.J91 39.W1
Sftmo days Inst week.. 6.0SJ 1S.4W 1J.8IJ
8am days vk, tiBo.ll.SN? 33.4M !.wij
riimti nays a wxa. uKo.J.,t.M - , i -
8nmo days 4 wks. ago. 15,011 37.38T 42.1W
Same days Inst year .1J,67 1S.474 .23
Tho following tnJie shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep nt the South
wuiBiia live siock marKCl lor hid i
dato as compared with last year.
1911. 1112. Inc. 0"
Cattle PSI.943 1.(17.195
Hog ...2.6I1.6M 2.MW.214 344.8W
Sheep 3,224050 2,930,807 272.14S
The following table shows tho range of
prices for hogs nt the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. I 1913. uu.im.iimil9.WMlt.
WANTED TO RENT.
YOUNG lady of good family, ern-
jiloyed, wishes moderate priced board In
private tamiiy. snores a mi. caro ec.
LIVE 8TOOK MARKET Of WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attention.
Live Stock Commission Merchants
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LEU Al NOTICES.
To tho Stockholders of The Conserva
tive Savings and Loan ABsocisttnn nf
As provided In section 1 of article 1 of
tho bylaws of said association you are
hereby notified that tho annual meeting
ot the stockholders of Tho Conservative
Havings and Loan association of Omaha,
Nebraska, will bo held January 12, 1KH,
at tho office of said association in the
Conservative building, 1614 Harney street.
Omaha, Nebrusku, for tho purpose of
electing three directors for a term of
five years, to receive tho rcoorts of tho
officers And directors and for the trans
action of such other business as may
property come oeiore tne meeting.
The polls will be open for the reception
of ballots for the election of director
from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m. of said
date, and tho business meeting ot the
stockholders will Immediately follow thn
closing of the polls.
Tilt; wu.-nbe.uvai i via aA v in tin AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OMAHA,
By GEO. F. GILMORE. President.
Attest: PAUL W. KUHNB, Secretary.
Omaha, Nebraska, December X), 1913.
IVnturt's of the Trailing nntl Closing
Priors on Hoard of Trailr.
CHICAGO. Dec. 31Sg.ceilng of shorts
brought about u decided auvance today
In the prlco of wheat and corn. Attempts
to force on the bull lender several
million bUBhels of corn that arrived too
lato to be unloaded ut elovntors met with
failure. Closing quotations, which were
steady at neany tho top level of thv
day, showed net gains as toliows; Wheat
WUW to iVic; coin, hfVc to lc; oats,
io to V4U?iC, nnd provision 7 He to 35c.
Wheat hud a remarkable advance for
December, notwithstanding that last day
deliveries on contructs tor tho month
amounted to nearly a round l.Ouo.wUj
uuaiieis. ji was not until tne iinai Hour
ui tne session tnut tne upturn In wheat
developed excitement among snorts.
There had been a gtaduat tightening
from the outset but no Hurry prcv.ous
to the timo tfhen thu rite reached 2
cents, and plainly Indicated that lurther
stubbornness by outstanding shorts would
omy result In a nenrtlty moie severe.
Orolnary Influences having refcrenco to
crops und weather wero lost sight of, and
December contracts were In tho end
being settled at oven dearer prices than
If lor May,
Veto action by directors of the board of
trutle spoiled the plans ot dealers who
had hoped for an emergency rule that
would allow eleventh hour delivery of
train loads of, corn belated on railroad
tracks in elevator yards here. As a re
sult shorts saw no filternuuv'0 but to
seme as quietly unu us soon as pos
sible. The longs exhibited no dlsnos.t on
to lilt prices to a sensational figure, but
Bvcmea content to supply an comers who
were willing to accede to what bull
leaders thought reasonable after a hard
fought battle- Oats sympathized with
the strength of wheat olid corn, though
complete.y overshadowed In point of in
terest. Aggressive buying lifted provision.
Grain traders nnd stock yard speculators
21.1 I 7 12 6 Oil 7 Mil 8 291 5 361 4 S3
22.f7C0Hf I U Ml 7 63 S t 5 3li
23.1 7 49,l 7 Iftfl 6 671 7 561 8 031 8 2' 4 41
24. 7 4SHI 7 13 I T 07 8 HI 5 471 4
t I In I l I
7 231 6 ail 7 731 1 8 90
7 52 R nr. 7 79 8 301
7 071 5 9S 7 701 8 801 5 6
8 Ml 7 JSl 8 31 6 51
7 06 5 ! " ) 8 l 6 4li
Artlclel Open.l Hlgh. Low. Close.Ys'y.
Whtatl I I
May. 90i' 81 90n
July. S6i 874 ,
Dec. C9H 71 0H
Muy. 65H tSTi Wiii
May. 40U 41 1 4014
July. 39i 40 1 39HI
Jan.. 20 25 20 6S I 20 25 I
May.J 20 62',i 20 OS 20 72H
Lard ( I I I
Jan.. 10 57ii 10 67H 10 674
May. 10 DO 11 OS 10 90
Jan.. 10 70 10 50 10 70 '
May. 10 S3 11 15 10 93
10 67V4J 10 C754
11 05 I 10 92H
10 80 I 10 63
11 12V41 10 97H
Notice Is hereby given to the stock
holders of Ltie-Ulass-Andrce8ti!i Hard
ware company that tho annual meeting
of tho stockholders ot the company
will bo held at the offices or said com
pany, corner of Ninth and Hurney
streetJ, in tho city of Omuna, In th
state ot Nebraska, on Tuesday, Januury
13 A. D., 1914, at i o'clock p, m., for tho
purpose of electing a board of directors
for the company to serve during the en
suing year, and to transact such othor
business as may be presented at such
meeting. H. J- LEB. President.
J. CLARKE COIT. Secretary.
Stockholders' meeting of The Union
Land company: Notice la hereby given
that the annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers ot The Union .Land company for the
election ot five directors and tha trans
action of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting will be
held at room 1103, Union Pacldc head
quarters building, 15th and Dodge Hu..
Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday, the 12th
day ot January, 1911, at 10 o'clock, a. ni.
The stock transfer books will be closed
ten days previous to the meeting. Alex
Millar, secretary. New York City. N. y,
Dec 19. 1913. D17-dt
The annual meeting ot the stockholders
of the HASTINGS AND NORTHWEST
ERN RAILROAD COMPANY, for the
election of seven directors and the trans
action ot such other business as may
lawfully come before the meeting, will
be held at the office of A. L. Mohlor,
corner bf Fifteenth and Dodge Streets,
Omaha. Nebraska, on Monday, January
6th. 1914, at 11 o'clock A. 41.
T. M. ORR. BcreUry.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Bee Building company will be
held at the office of that company In The
Bee building at 4 o'clock p. m. on Tues
day, January 20th, 1314, for the election
of a board of directors for the ensuing
year and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come be
fore the meeting
By order of the President
N P FfclL. Secretary.
Omaha, Neb,, Dec 23, 1913. U-30toJ.O
Chicago Cash Pries Wheat: No. 2
red, 95AWWc:, Na 1 red, 92HJ93o: No. 3
hard, faftOOc; No. 3 hard, ttKttSc; No.
2 northern. SOItOlc: No. 3 northern. MH
89c; No. 3 spring, K9W09OUc,' No. 3 spring,
i S7i,44jS8V4c. Corn: New, No. 2. 63070c; No.
1 3, i&Cjc; No. 3 white, C6c; No. 3 yellow.
tH9tUWc, vam; no. a Willie, .3ttW3S?c:
RYE No. 2, 6162c. '
Ill US $10,254(10.75.
BUTTER Steady! creameries, 22,3flc.
POTOTOES-Hlgher; receipts, fcTcars:
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, red,
H3fy7c; Mlahlgan, Minnesota and Wis
consin, white, 67OT!c.
POULTHY-Allve, higher: springs,
14t4c: fowls, 14c; turkeys. ISe; dressed, 22c.
EGGS Lower; receipts, 2.8S8 coses, at
mark, cases Included, 28aS3c; ordinary
firsts, 30MClc; firsts, 32tfQS3c,
CHEESE Higher; daisies, lCV4jyi6o;
twins, 16fti6'io; Americas, ltitfUi?ic; long
MliinraiHilla Cvnlu MmrUet.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. St.-WHUAT-No,
1 hard. 877a8SV,t; No. l northern,
R5)i87Kc; No. 2 northern. 2HQSHc; No.
3 wheat, 80?ifi83Hc; December, 84Hc;
FLOUR $2.45 for second clears to $4.60
for fancy patents,
CORN No. 3 yellow. 61c.
OATS-No. 3 white. T&c.
SEED Flax, $1.44K1.47i,
Liverpool (Iralu Stnrkvt.
LIVERPOOL. Dec 3L-,WHEAT-8pot.
steady: No. 3 red western winter, 7s 4Vid;
No. 1 Manitoba, -6s lld; No. 2. s 10d;
No. 3. no stock; futures, weak; Mured,
7s d; May, 7; July. 7s W. '
CORN Snot, quiet; American mixed, s
d; La Plata futures weak; January, 4s
19Kd; February, Es id.
Nt, Louts (lekoml -AlsrUei,
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 31.-WHEA.T-No. 3
red, 93Q93Hc; No. 2 hard, M-33c; Decem
ber, Wl'ic; May, 91491Hc.
CORN-No. 2, 6&36SC; No. 2 white, new,
72c: old. 7414v; December, Mile: May. 71ff
oatk-no. z, WX0tte: No. 3 white,
4H4c: December, 39HC; May, 4174420.
Oils ana rtoln,
NEW YORK, Dec. 31,-COTTONSEBD
OII-Flrm; prime summer yellow. Iti.TOa
TURPENTINE Firm; machine barrels,
SAVANNAH. Ga,. Dec. ll.-TURPEN-TINE
Firm; 42;c; sales, 147 barrels; re
celpts, 3S2 barrels, shipments, 65 barrels;
stock. 23.949 barrels.
ROSIN-Flrm: sales, 3,701 barrels; re
ceipts, 1,52s barrels; shipments, 79 bar-
rlfl alrtrUa 177 fiJCl hflrrla ntlnlA. A II
('. D. U7Hi; E. F. $3. 704J3. 72V4, O $3,72V4
3 ii, i.uuo.un, i, j.bw8j.o; k, u.at,
M, $5.455.65, N, $6.35, WO, $6.56, WW,
7 0 I 7 7l 8 21! 5 00 4 33
CATTLE Receipts of cattle of all kinds
were very moderate this morning, there
being only flfty-threo cars rcporred In
the yards. lir tho week to date the re
celpts nro the smallest of any similar
period for a good many weeks bock, bar
ring unlv last week. There is also a
slight falling off as compared with a
Plain ami heavy cattle were a little
slow and mora or less neglected, hut tho
lighter and medium weights were In good
demand at steady prices, while the ten
dency oil the heavier grades was easier.
Cows ami heifers sold In about the
sanio nOtchoH as yesterday, there being
llttlo change In either direction. While
tho trade wus not active most every-
tiling in smut so d In fa r season.
There wns no material change In the
siocaer ami render market and quottv
Hons were about the same as yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers, Ift.Oogi.M; fair to good boot
steers, $7.60118.00; common to fair beef
steers, $.6fttl7.60; fair to choice yearllnKs,
$S.2oV2J; good to choice cornfed heifers,
$b.i5tl7.76; good to cholco grnsi heifers,
$6.50W7.28; 'good to choice cows, $J.2W(0.75,
fair to good grades. $S.23y(l.2S; common to
fair grades. S4.r5tJ6.25; good to choice
stockcrs und feeders, $6.S6O7.80; fair to
good stockers nnd feeder, $6.23.F.C;
common to ralr Btockcrs and feedors, $3.75
80.25; stock cows and heifers, $4.6OH0,C0:
U 500660"' N'0010'00' bul,e- "tngsTetc.;
v UEBIF ST1CICR8.
HOoa-Supplies were fair and as ad
v,',ceA f,rom ,olhe' Points indicated a
slight drop In. values the local market
opened out generally a nickel lower. Just
rV'?' wittering sales wero made early
that looked to be a little easier, but the
majority of the sellers were not Inclined
to cut loose at this decline, and u little
lator on values braced up, so that while
tho market was rather uneven the bulk
ottho sales looked to be about steady.
Tho movement was very d runny In
gpots, but toward the extreme, close the
demand livened up nnd a fow loads that
Came In on a. Intn trsln wr T-
selllng If anything stronger than the early
.. wu ubiuij nny uemanu
for 1)1 us this innrnlne nn.l ik- ...
bunches that showed up wero very hard
to move, even ot weakened prices. Tho
uemanu lor ine very ngnt stmt was also
slack on Tuesday, and for the two days
prices aro sharply lower, tho decline
amounting to anywhere from 2Bo to In
somo cases as much as 60c.
Bulk of the heavies and butchers moved
at $7.0087.70, with several- loads ob high'
as $7.76, the top, and lights sold largely
at a range, of $7,46U7,tio. For the three
days the unevrnness of tho' runs )ua
wvussd prices to fluctuate n good deal,
but today's figures look to be Just about
steady with the- close' of lasb week.
This morning's recolpts were estimated1
at 120 cars, or 8,600 head, bringing the
wcok's total up to 2U.kUi3. This Is over
7,000 head heavier than a weok ugo, nnd
nearly 8,500 head larger than Tor tlo
corresponding days of lust veur.
steers. $MHrS.: western steers. $S.76v
t.W; southern steers, $S.IiJ5.U0i eows, $1.30
trt.CO; heifers. J6.fff.00; stockers and
feeilers. $6.76fl7.60; bulls. $.0ofl7.; calves,
6.io 10.76. . .
HOtlS-RecelDls. .( head. market
steady to 6c lower; hulk. $7.vf)7.5
ea-y, $7.WK2f7.W naokers and hutphors,
."lll'.CI' ,liNI Iwllli7 IWl -Ull'ir, iv.wv
head, market steady to lOo higher; lambs,
I7.3MI8.10; yearlings. .7W7.16. wethers.
$MDff6.76. ewes, St 506,16.
Hotix City Live HUtctt .tlnrkrt.
8IOi:C C1TV, la., Dec. 3I.-CATTLFJ-lleeelpts,
l,(i head, market steady; na
tive steers, $7.tflS.40; butchers' stock,
IS.26OT0O: cows nnd heifers. $.0ti.2.;
runners, .6Oif6,00; calves,. $7.6Ofil0.60;
bulls, stags, etc., $S.0J(rU5. , ,
HOGS--Receipts. S.CC0 head; market
steady tn VX- lawer; heavy, $7.th7..Pi
mixed. $7.50M7.ii light. $7.4Mf7.M; bulk ot
rales, $7 60tt7.60. ,
SHEEP AND LAMllS-Recolpts. I,0M
head, market steady, fed buttons, $oOff
6.60; wetuers, i oncn, ,,du.w.
Hi. Louis Live Stock MnrUrt,
ST. LOI'lHJ t'. ll-CATTLK-Uo
celpts 3.1W he'sil; market' steady; nallv
ticci steers, (.ioiiMii conn "r".;'
tl -,tik rA- -tiw.hnrn nlut fiWlltrM. Ij.000tl.n0:
southern" steers, $5.75Hf7-O0: cows nnd hclN
ers, $4.COi.txij catves. u.wiiu.i.v
HOGS Receipts, w,"-" iienn. "
pteailV Pigs and' llglit, I.MJ8.(. inixrd
and butchers. $7.Mfl8.10; good heavy. $7,10
SltlJI'I' A.MJ i.,aiiniivcii, "
bend, market steady; native muttons.
)3.7Mt!.3Si lambs, $.-.,2T.iM3.
R. .loseniTl.lvr (ttock SlnrUet.
ST. JOSE1M1. Dec. 1,-IIOaS-Recrlpts.
9.100 head; market' 6c lower; lop. $7.&,
''cATTLlilccelpts. hendf market
steady; steers. $. &0.'l ""J "lf'
ers, U Ot3TS,-5: calves. $5.001710.00.
SHEEP AND LAMlll ecelpts. 1j0J
head, market strong ta lOo higher; lambs,
Llvp St licit In Slglit.
Receipts of live stock at the six prln
clpla western markets;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 3,000 3.600 l.OW
HEW YORK ST0GK MARKET
Quiet, Colorleia Session Ends Year's
Trading on Exchange.
DAY'S NEWS" UNIMPORTANT
sioux city. ..
Total receipts, . t-VW) 39,900 43,201.'
NEW YtHlK tlBNIlIl.Vli MAllKKT
NEW YORK. Dec. 3t.-FLOUR-UuU(
spring patents. $4.454f4.0: winter "tralKht,
$4.154.2,1; winter patents. $4.40J-4.
winter, $3.664J3.76:' extra No, 2 winter, $131
OS.TOi Kansas stralgnts, i,uhh.ib.
Wilt," AT Hnnt. firm! No. 2 red. WC,
nominal, elevator, $1.004, f, o. h. afloat ;
w.. i im.ih.i.n rtui nt i DflUe. f. a. b.
afloat. Futures quiet,, 'losing WifHo
higher; December. Jay, use; juiy,
co in-snot, nnn now, no, """i
nUc, c. I. f. to arrive. ....
OATS-Hpot, quiet; standard white, 4551
45V4C1 No. 3, 44Vl43Hc, fancy clipped
nunc, iv7iinu, . -urt
.,,.,1. .tnl. (tnmmntl In flnOlCe.
1913, 40W4So; 1112. 1025c; PacltlC coast 11,
?3v?c; mil. sawjic. M. .
hay Dun stanuaru. ii.wi
HU. I r.
... 7 26
40 7 33
M 7 40
ID 7 43
7 45 '
10 7 M
to 7 a
... 7 tt
to 7 U
tea 7 ss
.:jo i4o 7 u
... 7 CO
40 7 0
110 ,7 W
40, 7 CO
... 7 CO
11 7 O
60 7 60
... 7 60
330 140 7 tl
7 67 Vi
.., 7 1
... 7 70
10 7 70
... 7 71
130 7 73
7 67 U
17 Ill ... 1 U M Ill ... 7 10
H M ... 6 75 11.. ,,,..1J ., 7 7
II 110 ... 7 00
SHEEP The uacMers were court Imvun
of a liberal run or lumbs and u light sup
ply ot yearlings at prices generally steady
to a shade lower, with tho most decline
on yearlings. Lambs were mostly steady,
ijmi u. prnun- iniiucficy was very ap
parent, which was no surprise to tho
selling side of the trodo In view of tho
facts that a large supply was on hand
for tho packers to 'choose from, and to
morrow being a holiday so far as killing
Is concerned, a large sharo wf tS-.i offer
ings bought today would have to ho car
ried over until Friday, Really good
lambs were ugaln scarce, with the fair
to good grudes predominating, the range of
prices being mainly at n.e'WS.lO, the lat
ter flgMe belli the top and Just a nickel
lower than the highest point touched yes
terday. A load ot fed western yearlings
weighing around 91 pounds was Included
In the early trade at $6.60.
Tho supply of owes was very much the
samo ss yesterday both as to size and
".iiuilty, nnd values were strong to a
shade higher, lluyers In some cases
seemed to want something In tho line of
fat ewes mpru than anything else, and
os a result most of the holdings wero
disposed of readily. The range or prices
was around $5.004i5.25.
The deal In feedors showed no material
change, tho volume of trade being again
limited at prices for the most part steady.
Some feeder Iambs went to a feeder
buyer early at $6,75.
Quotations on sheep and lambs;
Lambs, good to choice, $7.6Oa7.80; Inmbs.
ralr to good. $0.7ttW.50; lambs, culls, $5.40
uo.w, yearnngs, nitnt, !G.j.&o; year
lings, heavy, $0.00(30.25; wethers, good to
choice. $5.0096.25; wethers, fair to good,
$4.6006.00; ewes, good to choice, $l.765j6.3'l;
ewes, fair to geod, $4.60f4.78.
CIIICA(iU LI VK TOcic .MARKET
fiiltle .Steady to Mtrnug Hog In.
ettleil, Opeulnir Lower,
CHICAGO Dec. 81.-CATTLE-Recelpt.
12.0(A) head; steady to strong; beoves, $6.70
C9.C0; Texas steers. $a.9O47.90; western
stoers. $0.2Otf7.S5; stockers und feeders,
$6.0007.45: cows und heifers. $$.50H6.t;
calves, $700811.40. '
HOGS-Itecelpts, 43.000 head; unsettled,
opened 6c lower, but decline reKUlned;
bulk of sales. $7,SOiS.C0; light. $7.tMi7.95:
mixed, $77C8.0u; heavy, $7.651j8.1U. roush.
7.6W.75; pigs, .75j7.70.
SHEEP AND LAM11S Recelntn. "rYftm
licud. steady to a shade higher; native
H 7556.13; western. $l.7&4jC16; yearlings,
$5.tttCT.15; lambs, native, $67018.26; west
Knnsna City Live Stoulc Mnrkrt.
KANSAS CITY. Dec 31 CATTLE -Receipts,
4,000 head; market steady;
prime fed steers, $S.t0g9.O0, dressed beef
Small Demand thr t'nder-
tlooit Qnotntlons Rise
Moderately Early, Wilder
I.fhiI of Rending.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31. - The years
trading on tho Stock exchange came to
un IM with a quiet, colorless session.
The day's news was unimportant, specu
lative Interest at low ohb and a holiday
at hand, so that tr adorn wero content
to permit the market to drllt along Idly,
'the uncertain movement of stocas re
cently and tho absence ot Indications
today,; or? n definite trend caused specu
lators to bo the more reluctant to mako
rresh commitments at this tlmo and in
most cases price changes wero only nominal.
in suite of the small demand for siockk
there was a good undertone. Early lit
thn cliiv mtotationn rose moderately un
der the lead of Reading, which gained
a point despite the showing of a not
decrease of IS35.000 In Its November
statement. New Haven. Lehigh valley.
Canadian Pacific and Norfolk & West
crn also developed strength. American
ice was 'bid up over z points owing to
tho Irtcreasn in net profits of $l,aw,0tu
cusrloted In the company's annual re
port ...... , . .
lexas company ciimoeu n poinin un u.
continuation ot the buying which nos
been sending up the price steadily In
the last tew days ana roro to tne pest
figure of two years.
Realising sales later isveieu uowu inc
market and In many cases the early
gains were cancelled, Movements theie
after were unusually narrow except Hi
a few instances. mencun icicimunu
was heavy. , , ,
Final prlMO touay snowcu Ktucrn;
losses on the year. Reading, alone ir
the speculative tnvorltes, held its own
and tne other most active features were
6010 polhts lower than ut tho close o
Tho last day of tho year brought not
even the suggestion ot a flurry In ttio
money market. Call loaris were rehoweJ
at per cent, reflecting the demand tn
connection with year,-cnd reu.ulrements.
but the rate Wterintur ten on occiurim.
The bond market was steady. Total
sales, par value. $1.803,0. United Mutes
2s advanced H on call.
Number of so.es ana loaning quoiuuunn
on stocks were; ...
8IM. Win. lAtm. l-lMf.
AmUmltNl Copper ... 10,100 714k .214
Afnititin Asricuuvrai ..
Amfrlrin Hrt suiif,...
American t'n s .
Amrrlrsn Vn pM.
American C. l' ,.
Amerluan Cotton Oil..,..
Am. Ice hocurllles
American Uienmntlfa ,,.
Alnercan H. It
$1.02Wtfl.05; No, 2, 90UJc; No. ,SSfiSS
HIDES-Steady; . Uogots, saWWHC.
Pentrsl America. 29Mc.
York, bulk, $5.26; barrels; .$.78i
t'-MATHifiiv-Plrmt hemlock firsts, 290
30c; seconds. XMfwe. ....
PHOVIMUWB -:.!'", icy.
$2J.Mj 23.75; fatnll', . $24.50I7.00
clears. $20.264122.03., Deer, nulet;
$i8,ooi$.M; family, iifl;??1'??
meats, steady; Pickled bellies, 10
411 o r sue it iVI mlrulnri nfLlTlK.
LTrd". flr.n; mlddlo wfriJJSlja;
TALLOW Quiet; oiu. OHci country.
fltolc: special, T,c, .,.
CllEKHE-l'irm; receipts. J'tt,,"
Stat", whole milk, held specials. "SnHo
average fanoy, UHc; fresh specials. Jvi
UJ?fi2.rn.T.o.,l. w.lnts. .631 tubs
-,.n.,i.,v"pxrns YgV37Wo; firsts, 28
?tlr- hi PXtrftff. S2U.4UBI iimin, w
''EGUS-Stcady; ,"ccpts. 7.228 cases;
fresh gathered extras. SJc: extra ""'"j
3Wff7o; ncarhy hennery, whites, 48oOc,
gathered wmtcs, iisiioi--. ..,,.
B POULTRY.-Uve, flrrttt w'tf" chlck:
ens 14V4.C fowls, lSliqi turkeys, -
&e"HatIleUfAi Adc.eXV 1
eno, ist3c; fowls, Ufflie; tufKoys. jaw
419 Om.ba NiU-iatl U.pV oulWfng. M
Box nutte. Nb rourthomt W, uw.tiw.w ;
-h,.t, l.-blMM, Ke. till .-...
Calltornla. 1st ot. liar. 4a. 1911....
Deere & Co., preferred
Durnlee. Neb,, 1
Kl l'o. Tex.. wef t. 1131
Kalnaont Creamerr 1 p. c. suir.,..
Kalrn.ont Crea.nerr. 7 p. e. pM
Harris Co. ,T.. 4ij. 1951... ........
Interborotiih IUp. Tfjne. t. 1981.,..
Kaniaa City. Bch. 4e. IM2 ...... ....
K. IV M. IV 0. Ity. I (, I9J1. ..
Lincoln (la KUh. lit tl. 1941...
Iiulilan.i. itun of, 44. 19M
City ol omiba 4Hs, 1MI..
Omeba trei,t Hy, 3. 1114
Omaba 4 C. II. HI. nr. i'. 1121...,.
Omiba C 0. Ilr liriae
JW 04 U 61,
American B. & It., pfc!,.. .., .....
Am. Muter Iteffnlns I.KM 11014 109
American T. A T 7,t0. lllu 1WH
Amerlran Tnbaroo t. . . .....
Anaennla Mining Co.,.. 1M Uti
AtcbKon .. 1.400 91K
700 11 M4i
1.4(1) Hilt 117
2 :l 17
100 hh ittu
'i.'iij 130 ii.
Oakland. Cal., Muni. Imp. 1, 1M0,. 101.10
IMrtland. Ore,. 4 Wit 11
Hloux Cltr Htl. yl. li, 1014 ........ 13
Ktata of Culo. I-'undlng It. 92t,.... 7.I7
Kaundcrn-ICtn.lr Itdg., p. r. pfd. 9JU
Am KninclMo, Cal.. la, 1920-II3II.,. KI
Tri-cm r. i. co.r pta,., ;j
Union HtV. Vda, elk , 91
NEW YORK, Dec. 31. METALSUod:
Quiet, H.MH.lO; Iximlon, li 18 2s Ud,
Spelter: Quiet. 15.2yrf6.40; London. 21 12s
Od, Copper: Steady; stannurd, spot; not
quoted; January to April, offered at
$14.50; e'ectrolytlc, $14.75(915.03! lake, $15.50,
nominal; casting. $14.62VilS14.75. Tin;
Weak; spot and January, $35.00037.10;
Kebruury, $37.00ff37.,J6; March, $37.17Hi
37.25; April. $37.254137.37. Antimony; Dull;
Cooson'fl $7.4517.00. Iron: yulet and un
clsRgeit, Ixindoti market cloKed as follows: Cop
prr; Weak; spot. 05 2s 0d: futurrs, 05
17s 6d, Tin: Kusy; spot. 10 6s; futures,
171 2s 6d. Irorit CleVetand warrants, 4Ss
HT. LOIMB. Doc. 31. M ETA Lft-Loud:
Finn, $1.10. Spelter: Steady, $5.15ft5.2i
NEW YORK. Doo. SI.-COFKRK-I'U-turss
were higher today 011 reports of a
steadier cost and freight situation, firmer
French cables, covering and some trade
buying supposedly against sates of
uctuaL The opening was firm. 2 points
lower on February, but generally 0 to II
points hlcher und the close was steady
at 17 to 21 points net higher. Hales were
70.000 bncs. Januury. 8.8I0; March, 0.0k-,
May, 0.34c; July, 9.03c; September, 0.73c;
October, .77i'i December, 9.84c. Kpot,
steudy; Rio No. 7. t'.if; Santos No. 4,
llTio; mild, .quiet; Cordovo, 13l6c, nominal.
NEW YORK. Dec. 31.-COTTON-FU-tures.
t'losid steady: January ILfOc:
March. U30c; May, 12.23c; July,. J2S2c;
October, ll.Clc. fipot, qu!et; mlddllns,
12.00c; gulf, 12. Sue,
LIVERPOOL, lieu. SI.-C07TON- -Hpol,
In fair demand, prices firm; middling fair,
7.70d; nood middling, 7.30d; middling, 7.14d;
low middling. 6.00d; good ordinary, 6.24d;
urinary, 5,'J0d; sales, 8.(00 bales.
Oiiuihit Tin Mnrket.
HAY Prairie. No, 1 upland. $11.0012.00:
No. 2, I'J.OMillOO; No. 3. $7.00fJ9.00; No. I
midland. $11.001111.50: No, 2, $J.O0fi 11.00
No. 3. $7.ftX?8.00; No. 1 lowland. $3.00010.00;
No. I, $7.0Xi ); No. 3. $5,0017,00.
STRAW Cholco oat or rye,- 50.050.57;
sholce wheat, $.'.0O.5O.
ALFALFA Choice, 14.XKfT15.00; No, 1.
$13.00314.00; No. 2, $1.001100; No.. S, $9.00
Ilry Guotls SfnrUrt.
NBW YORK. Deo. 31. DRY OOODS
Cotton goods yarns closed the year steady
und quiet. Offers to buy worsted yarns
at lower figures were declined by spin
ners. Calais laces of fine texture wore
rullod for more freely today mid domes
tie embroidery was In better call 'or
Loudon Stock Market.
LONDON, Dec, 31. American securities
were dull during the forenoon, Canadian
Pacific declined 2 points, but changes
olsewhero in the list were confined to
Atlanta Coait List
Ilittlmor & UMo
Iirooklyn luplrt Tr......
Cheeapeake & OMo
Chlcaia tl. W
Chicago. M, & fit. P. ...
Chlce.o ft N. W
Colormda Fuel A Iron...
Coin Prndurte. . t
Pelawnre A HuUnon.
Uentrr A Hlo Grande. ...
Denver A It. 0. old
Krle lit, pfd...., -
Krle Id pfd
flreat Noilhern pfd
Qreal Northern Ore ctfi.
Interboraugh lt4 ,
inter. Met. tfd
Interkatlonai Pump .1,,.
Ksneni Cltr Routhern....
Um1i Valler ...-.. ..
Iulaellte A Natbtllf...
Ut., lit, P. ic K. HI. sL ,
Mluourl. K. ft T ,
MlMotirl Pacific ,,
N. It. It, of M. 2d ptd..
New York Central.......
1 V . tl, 4 -
... ... Vlt oc .,,.,.
Norfolk A Wev'.ern.,..
.North American ',
ltntdiot. . ...
Pfople'a Ots ,
P.. C. C. A Ht. L'....
t'.tt. bursh Coal
I'raaeed meal Car..,.,.
Pullman fiUcs Car...;
republic Iron A Hteel..
lUpuklla t. A H. pfd..
Itocfc liland Co
Itock liland Co. pfd..'.
St. I,. A K. K. 2d tM.
fieaWrd Air Line
Heabonrd A. L pfd....,, ......
AJoas-Hhefflelil H. A
Koutliern I aolflc t,0M
Heuthern IVtllwar 300
a. Hallway pfd. ........ 200
Teantteaa Copper 1.100
Tetaa & PaHfV'....,
ITnlon VeuUlo ll.Jffcl istH
Union l'aelflc pfd 100 13
United Klalea n.H .
United Stale llubber,.., 300
United State Hteel,.,.. . 3,tqo
U. H. Kleel pfd" 7C0
Utah Cupper ton
Va--Urullna Cbcinlcil .. coo
Wabaeli pM v .
Weelern Maraad ...
Werlern Union .. .,,
Whetllas A L 15 ...
Niw llaien ,.
1,000 lot',, 102(4
'"too win ioi"
11,200 in nn.
roo 2m 21U
LKf '7?U 7'
Total eat (or the rtajr, 191.M0 ibarec
, Sor Vork Moiier Slnrki't,
NKW YORK, Dec. Sl,-MONl!Y-Call.
strong. 3l per cent: ruling rate, 6 per
cent; closing bids. per cent. Time
loans, steady; sixty and ninety days. 4,
CIS per cent: elx months. tH5 per cent,
JIKRCANTILB PAPER-3HJ per cent
8TERLINQ KXCHANOK-Strpng; sixty
btlfs8' .4fo' demand' X-8450 commercial
HILVlSH-nar, 57Ho; Mexican dolltfrs,
foVows 1UO,0,lo,, on bonds were as
U S. ref, 3. ref.. 7tit. c. So. ref. ti.. 93
do coupuno IJltU . deb. 4 nil., tti
Jo ...!, 1 & N. tint, 4 125
do la coupon l2tM. K. IT, lit 4a. 171,
do 4a res.,, ill do sen. ,41ie..ri. la
do cupon ll2tMe. raclflo 4 W
I'anams 2 coupon., 9S4, do cone, le 17
Vlmer. A. ,t...,,. 17V.N. It. .JU f 11. tt ft
A- T. A T. c. 4e.. Hk)i. V. C. c, 1H 11
Aroer. Tobacco u.,, dn deb. 4a......... si
Armour & Co. ,. WHe-fr. v, N, II. A H.
Atchlaon sen. 4,.. . 93 H cr. Ilia M '
do or. 4, tHrt.... M,N. A W. Ill e. U, ml
to e. t ,.,.,100 do cr. 4a... wjv,
A C. I let 4 H No. I'aclfle 4e. . . . 11
Uil. A Ohio 4,. do s t4
'Jo 3t,a W 0. S: U rfd. 4. . 19i
Ilruok. Tr. cv, 4... 1714 Perm, cr, 3 Via jt.. tl,
Cen. of Ga. la 101 do con. 4 e:
Cen. Ixatber 6a.... 17tinallns (en. 4,....JC
Chea. A Oblo 4t,..M14B U. A a. F. fs 4i 71U
dn conr. 44 791, Mo gen, (a,... liu
rhlcemi A A. Hie.. TO'.Bt. U H. W. e. , 7JI,
C U. A Q. i. 4e.... 14W. A. U d, 5a,.,. 75
da sen. 4a ItUtio. Pae. col. 4a,,... 90i
r M A U P e 4H..10t do cv. 4,., ....... tl
C. It. I. A p. c, if 10 do t.t ref. 4.:.. MU
do rfs. 4t .. ..7ttiRo. llallwar la 102U
C. H. r. & a. 4H(0U do sen. ,...,.. 71
D, & It, cr. 4j.. ., tISUnlon, Pscltlc 4a.... 94i
n. A It O. ref. ta. 11 do cv. 4a... MU
niitlllera' ta It do 11 A ref. 4l, . 9ti
Erie p. 1. 4 U r. g. Rubber 10:
do sen. 4 7IWIT. B. Steel Jd 5r. I0014
do c. 4a, nr. t. imv-R Cbem. Ea,.. 9t
III. Cen. lit ref. 4i. tt WaUah let ex. 4a tn!
Inter. Met. 4'.. . 7 WeMers Mo."47.. . 1
Inter. M. M. 4H.- Wt. Elee. n, ,.
'Vp'.'d..'orf.r.d: M Ct",f" 'V"
Ilnatou StocU Market.
BOSTON. nc. 31.-Qlpslng quotations
on stocks weret
A. Z. L. & S.
Arltona Com. ,
Cal. As Arliena
Cal," A- llecla.
-inomii iake ....... -Hi
. nia Poraimoa ,
.434 nwaela f. Mu
Copper Itanse C. C. llVBhannon a
r.tri llutt C M... It Superior ait
Franklin H"uprior A JJ. W... is
(Iranbr Can 74 Tamarack ,. jii
Oreen Cananea .. 31 V. 9. it. R. A M.!. H
lalaV HtnvalA) I nnMP Vila- etfn a
Kerr Ilke ...... ItiUtab Con.'
jir Copper . 7HUtah Copper
ijk nan opper -. enrtinona
Miami cooper ;i)k "oiteriu ....... j
Key to the Situation Beo Advertlnlns1.
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