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THK BKFi: OMAHA, WF.DXsnAY. DITKMHETf 2. 1014.
lloaaes aael (olliin,
NICT3 t-room fiat, newly papered and
(xi In tad: bath, fa, hot and cold water,
electric light; Hi eer month. SUS-ll Lea-
Zlegant t-noom modern brick apart
ment, newly decorated, tod per month. 46
0 th 8t
Modern t-rwmt detached dwelling: oak
finish, beautiful yard, newly decorated;
160 per month. 1023 8. KHh St
Nine little 6-room cottage,; bath, toilet
eVectrla light. $16 per month. 2044 Vinton
Elegant t-room bouse, V0 per month,
u a a. mil st.
(-room cottage. 1044 Vinton, gaa, elec.
no light, hot and cold water; thatda toilet.
J. C. 1SII, Executor,
Tot 9. Ilat Ave. Phone Harney
FOR RENT Modern 8-room house, !M6
a tfith Ave. lnoulre T. J. O Hrlen.
Jlenshaw Hotel. Harney 10P4. rouglaa 121.
llnngno in all parts of ths, city.
Qrelgh Pons & Co.. Bee building.
per hr.; dray, I men.
Webster, itoug. 14.
W.25 per hr. 1713
M t 3 n .-A " C- v..
I.V. JVectl Peking & atorage
Exp. Co., moving
307 Farnam. D. 6146.
Stores, moves, packs, ahlpa; S-horee van
d l men, II. per hr. ; atorage 13 per
Satisfactory guar. D. 4338 & Ty. IM.
KKAI. KSTATK UrUTH SIOK
We have a very pretty new home, only
two blocks from llanacom Park, that can
be aold on essy term. This home la oak
finished, with beam ceilings, built-in
book cases and buffet, fireplace; toilet
and laundry In basement; large garatt;
lot SSxlH. Price t.S.2nO. located at 3340
Lincoln Ave. A email cottage would be
accepted In trade.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee BUI.
Fhone Doug. 4JT0.
Brand new and up-to-date In every
way, containing six large living rooma
and bath, three of which are finished In
oek; oak floor throughout: handsome
lighting fixtures, window shade and
vmni Corner lot. Streets paved. For
quick sale. ,T0. Easy terma, or lot
taken as first pavment.
JO McCagiie Bldg. ' Phone Douglas!.
feTEAM heat, all modern, 7-roora house;
also 4-room flat 220 No. 23d.
spartmenta and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van fir Storage Co., 806 8. Idth Su
t-ROOM, all modern; furnace, electric
light. 2m N. 20th ft. 822 60.
Fidelity Storage Co
Ktorage, movms, packing an-l shipping.
Mth & Jackjon 8ts. Phone Douglas 2;,S.
SIV-ROOM house. 2110 Harney 8t. Call
-Douglas H4S. ;
4081 C HAIU.ES 6T., a fine 8-room, com
pletely modern house and bain, 126.
Owner at house to show yon through.
Alio furniture for sale. Chance to secure
a harn-alr. See today.
UP-TCKDATE. 6-T.I house, furnace, bath.
toilet, lavatory gnd shades; good con
dition; a bargain, 1-6 per month. 241 8.
FOR RENT New 6-rooni cottage, strictly
modern. 23.T9 S. 24th. Call Red 6244. o
' Stores and Offices.
STORE, 1409 Harney.
Store, fill ho. 1.1th.
Store, 2104 Cuming.
Office rooms, 2d floor, SIS So. 15th.
O. C. REDICK, ATTY.,
224 Omaha Nntl. Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 1612.
819 SO. 13TH ST., store room, steam heat
flT.tV). Fell & Flnkerton Co., 213 Board
of Trade Pldg.
SMAL.T. bam, suitable for garage; 14 per
month; 2th and Dodge. Phone Red 8947.
HAM. For Rent Hiblers, 44th and
WANTED. TO BUY
rilJUHTLY need planoe. Web. 3726.
ul-MCK furnituro bought and sold. J.
C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. Doug. 6148.
WE HUY Id-hand clo'hes. 1421 N. l-jthT
SLIGHTLY used pianos. Webster 3726.
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR CAMD
. - . Moatasuu
RENTERS and homescekers use yout
Carey right and secure a Montana Is. no
now. Do you realize that farm product
will command extremely high prices dur
ing the next few years? This is your op
portunity to get started on a farm of yout
own. 'JCna Valier lands produce from M
to 65 bushels wheat, ISO to 100 of oaU, 40 U
70 bushels barley, i to I tons alfalfa pat
acre. Let us aond you booklet and teU
you how easy it is to get started. Valier
Farm Sales Company, Box 30. Valier,
ONE OF THE B1GQEHT BARGAINS
IN WEBTERN NEBRASKA.
960 acres smooth, rich, valley land, In
Morrill county; must be sold. quick. Writ
hi for nrice
, HICKS LAND AGENCY. Omaha. V
Elk City. Douglas Co.
no AcitKia vlnioot new .uipiovementa;
6-r. house; barn for 10 head cows, ( head
horses: small haymow, 6 tons; new gran
ary; new chicken bouse; good well. This
is fme laying land, A-l soil; 11 or 4 acres
alfulia; not a foot of waste land on it;
wlt!iln three miles of three towna, south
east of Elk City, near Military road. The
lay of the land and crops will show for
themselves. Det me show, it To see it
Is to believe. It is an ideal "neck of the
woods" to bo in, and you cannot beat It
in that neck. Act at once. This means
you who Is a little hit, or decidedly
choice. Bring wife with you. PRICE
REDUCED TO !. per acre for imme
diate sale; $71)0 cash. $5,400 more March 1,
balance & years at per cent. ACT AT
OR1N S. MERRILL .CO..
N. E. Cor. 23d and M, South Omah
FOR F ALE To close an estate; 100
acres in Rio Grande valley, i miles
from Mercedes, Texas. All under culti
vation. For price and terma write Tha
Minnesota Land A Trust Co., 406 Mar
qurtte Ave., Minneapolis. Minn
Best dairy and general crop state In the
union; auttlurs wanted; lands for aale at
low urtcsja, on easy terms. Ask for book
let M on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
KtaU acres wanted. Write about our
grazing lands. If interested Jn fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards la
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. So
Lina Ky.. Minneapolis. Villi n.
WE guarantee bargains In stock farms
and ranches. Write Willis Cad wall
Broken Bow, Neb. The Bargain Man. .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co,
a modern abstract office. Jt b. Iilh ot
Phone Douglas Ua7.
Rh.ED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska, art UiandU Theater.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE Several fine resi
dences In Southern California, from
1 10,000 to 130,000 la value, slightly Incum
bered; will trade for clear Omaha prop
erty, or property In the vicinity of Omaha.
Room lis, Henshaw Hotel.
REAL ESTATE LOAN8
CITY and farm loans. 6. Ms. s per cent
J. H. Dumotit A Co. lftd Farnam. Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farina,
O KEEFE ILEAL tcTATi, CO.,
M Omaha Natl. Douglas -I71J.
HAKKlrtuN ai MuHTuN, ku Om. Natl
V Tli una iuuns Kluke inv.Co. Omaha'
n arvin Rims Lon- j-
Omaha Natt bank.
WANTED City loaus and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith at Co . 1X20 Farnam.
CITY Properly. Large loaus a apeclaJty.
I W. H. Tboiuas, Ui State Bank Bldg.
tltw to Ho. ha) iu&d promptiy. F. D. W
Wead Bldg.. ihth and Farnam Sts.
MONEY oo hand fur vity and fanu 1
H, W. Binder, t iiy Natl. Bank Bldg.
Krr OiTY LOANS. Beriia-Cailberg Co.,
u llo-ail BraaueU Theater Bldg.
6KK us first If you want a farm loan.
L'mtcd blaie lrut i.-. OmaLa. Neb.
HANSCOM. PARK. J2.S0O
All modem, but furnace. 9 rooma In
rood condition Lot 60xli0. Paved street.
Only one block fmm East Side car. and
a snap. Verv essv term.
PAYNE INVEStMENT COMPANT,
Doug. 17SL Ware Block.
REAL E8TATF NOR1TI BIDE
MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK
BALANCE tlft PHR MONTH.
Five-room cottage. 4! tn first-class
condition: all new Dlumfetna: mooorn ax
cept heat; iMt blocks to car; Dement walas,
nloe shsde. ITlce. If sold this week.
THE VOOHI. REALTY AOBTNCY.
101fr-l W. O. W. Pldg.
Phones Douglas 3t2l or South HI
IPtwA Mw.tn. H4I. .I t .. -
sower, located near 34th and Lake, near
z car lines, !) cairn, baianca easy terma
C. O. CARLBEaO.
10-U Praiidels Theater Bldg.
$109 CASH. BALANCE LIKE RENT
Bix-room cottage, combination light fix
tares, hot water heat, bath, nice large
comer iw, good bam, cement walk, ce
ment cellar, good cistern, nice shade.
ion nnouia see tnis toasy.
THE VOOEL REALTY AjOESNCT.
1015-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
Phones Douglas 8691 or South 2S1.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
BEST HOUSE BARGAIN IN OMAHA.
New 6-room modern bungalow; Dewey
Ave. and 31st St.; west Farnam district,
W. R. HOMAN. m .Board ef Trad.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
North of Country club. Not fsr from
Benson car line, with permanent alde-
whjks. uood sale, owner needs money
ana win seu ior iw,
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1294.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
EXCELLENT Dundee home, fireplace,
buffet beamed cellnngs, tile floor in
bath room, etc.; close to car line. Imme
diate possession. Call up for further in
formation. W. H. THOMAS, WALNUT 900.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I HAVE 12.000 cash and clear improved
irrigated farm, worth 16,000, to trade for
9-room inoden house, wast Farnam, Dun
dee, Bemis Park aistrict t'ooii wamui
SM. ... .... .... ......
.'REAL ESTATE INVEST IKNT8
I Am Forced to Sell
a new five-room, nil modern
house recently purchased by
me. This house is located in the
West Farnam district, one block
from Leavenworth car and four
i blocks from Farnam. Oak
finish downstairs, white enamel
bath, sleeping porch, beautiful
lawn. You can buy tnis bouse
at a big sacrifice.
Address, M 213. Bee, or after
r ro nhone enpter H14. '
The. VVanl Aa Columns of The Bee Are
Bead Dally by People In Search of Ad
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Visible Supply of Wheat Showi IU
ALL GRAINS CLOSE BIQHXK
W heat t p frosa Oaa Three aad
One-Half Oats, Cars Faarla
Oae-llalf aad Oats Half
lo Tbree-M Barters.
OMAHA, Doc. 1, 1414.
The Visible SIIOKIV of nl.t ahnarMl Its
in-st decrease In many months yepterday,
the loa for th last week beirur 1.3t,U)
buahels. The total now helns; carried In
tho visible supply ie 74,twK,uuu bushnls,
compared with f,,i00 bushels for the
correspondlnit time last year. Further
decreases are looked, for. llrokers who
enerally art for the Armour Oraln com
pany bought lare q.uantltl of Decem
ber wheat and sold May aalnst it at a
difference around 5V The visible de
crease, aa shown above, caused an almost
complete reversal of pit conditions sur
rounding that market, as It changed a
duil and dragging situation at declines to
an active, strong and advancing market.
On the advance In prices there was a no
ticeable scattering of buying orders from
the outside world, which showed that tha
public btillovcs in wheat around these
irices. The stock of wheat at Buffalo to
growing smaller, which will tell on prices
la the west, although the rail ratea will
be marked upward lo today.
Considerable wheat was sold early In
the session yesterday on a eaule received
from Argentina by dhearsoH. Hammlll
Co., which told of the confirmation of
the exportable- surplus there as l).0i0 bu.
In addition to tlua confirmation of the big
surplus held In that country, a cable was
reoelved bv ona of the lnndlna: Iuuim al
New York saying that tha wheat will be
luroea lor seJe and that the matter of
Price will be a aeouodary consideration,
as the) cash handlera of the southern
hemisphere are strong believers that tha
eouriioi now rearing abroad will not laat
much longer. Veesel room waa phartamA
here yesterday for 400.000 bu. wheat to
go rrom lireen Bay to Hitfralo at Hao for
winter storage. In addition to this, room
was chartered for 100.000 bu. corn to Port
Col bourne at e.
The weather In the corn belt wag mora
tmsettled. but thnre was no heavy rain
fall and no prospective delay In tho move
ment. Thwr wag liquidation in Peoemfter oats
by longs, and while the price cloasd
steady and regained 44c of the early loss,
the May future was up c.
Wheat waa lo to Uo hlarher.
Com was 4" to. Hf higtier.
Oata were ic to ,c higher.
Rye was tyc higher.
Clearances of wheat and flour weta
qual to m,m mishels; rorn, B.000 bushela;
oats, 8,000 bushels.
At Liverpool wheat rinsed wnmlnsl.
Primary wheat receipts were SlWt.OOft
bushels and shipment J.Was.OOO bushels,
agalreit receipts of 1.S7J.000 bushels and
shipments of 1.157.000 bushels last year.
Primary com receipts wera 1,84.000
bushels and shipments M3,ono bushels,
aealnst receipts of SSR.OOO buehels and
shipments of 3M,0oo bushels last year.
Primarr oats receipts were 1.100.009
bushels and shipments K17.000 busheto.
against receipts of 1.300.000 bushels and
shipments of R3S.0O0 bushels last year.
Wheat Corn. Oata. Rye.B'Iy.
Chicago m l.saa m
Duluth 24! ,
Omaha 70 7S JS 6 T
Kansas Clty....lS5 1H 13
Bt. Louis 73 60 47
These rales wera reported today:
Wheat: No. 2 hard, 1 cars at H.O814, 4
cars st 1.08; No. 3 hard winter. 4 cars at
$1.08, 13 cars at 1.07H. 3-5 cars tU. $1.07;
No. 4 bard winter. 1 car (corn mixed) at
$1.07'4. 1 ear at $1.(W, 1 car at I1.05S4. 4
cars at $1.06; No. 2 durum, 2 cars at
1.17H:' No. durum, 3-6 of a car at $1.17;
No. 4 durum mixed, I car at $1.0s. Rye:
No. 2, 2 car at $1.02. rn. No. 1 white,
1 car at MS,?.; No. t a-hlte. 1 car at Mir.;
No. 2 yellow, 1 car at mie. 1 csr at f8c;
No. 8 yellow, 4 cars at 5Kc; No. S yellow,
2 cars at 67Hc; No. 2 mixed. 1 f ar at
6Tic; No. 3 mixed, 12 cars at 67Vc: No
6 mixed. 2 cars at B7Vic, I car at wi4c.;
No. 6 mixed, 4 cars at 6T'c. 1 car at 67c;
sample, I car (yellow) at 57c. Oets: No.
8 white. 1 car at 464c, 4 cars at ir.c; No.
4 white. 2 cars at 4nc, t cars at 44c; No.
8 mixed, 1 car at 44x4c, 1 car at 44Vc; no
grade, 1 car at 43c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3
hard., tl.07H4Jl.09; No. 8 hard, tl.OSHfcl ;
No. 4 hard, 1.00LORH: No. 2 spring.
t1.O70d.lOH: No. t spring. tl.O&ai.OftH;
No. 4 soring, n.OOJM.OS; No. 2 durum.
tllAHtyUTH: No. 3 durum, $Mft!r1.l7.
Corn: No. 1 white. WW4e No. I white,
67ife8Wc: No. 3 white, sHHc; No. 4
white, 67l(Q671kc: No. S white, 67tfr7Ho;
No. white, B644i67Hc; No. 1 yellow,
W4'MHc; No. 2 yellow, BSWc: No. i
yeflow, ft74ttkt; No. 4 yellow, CTUK7c;
No. S yellow. 7B7Hc; No. yellow, t&
iVikr; No. I mixed. B7l4if?)6Sc: No. 2'mlxeX
B7V4Si7c; No. 8 mixed. 67H067Hc; No. I
mixed, bliSfnWc; No. 6 mixed. Wtimihio-.
No. 6 mixed, 5tt4(So7ViC. Oats: Io. 2
white, 4KH5c; standard. 45'4QH";
No. 3 white, 4lVn-4f,Hc; No. 4 whlt. 44i
45c. Barley: Malting, WW(71; No. 1 feed,
4S4iWe. Rye: No. 2. n.OlHjl.Oe; No. 8.
CHICAGO CiHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Keatares of Ike Trading; and Closing;
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CIIICAOO. Dec. 1. Diminishing raAliK.
Lin the southwest helped today to give an
uiiwaru swina 10 ma nricei or wdpal ai.
though gains were not fully held the
mantel closea steady at H''01o net
advance. Corn wound up the same aa
last night to e higher and oats up H
f. In rrovlwloiis the outcome was 10
Advices were received that arrivals of
wheat at Kitnaas City might by expected
to- show a remarkable falling off, as
farmers were standing out flrmli: 'or a
decided upturn In prices. It was pointed
out that shipments touay from Kansas
City exceeded by 600.000 bu. the total
amount which the railroads there) brought
In. There wan alao attention to the fact
that shipments from the other big pri
mary terminals taken aa a whole had be
come about equal to the arrivals.
Excessive rains in Argentina made the
wheat bulls confident almost from th(
start. Sentiment later against the bears
grew rapidly when it was found that ex
port buying wls being done with a free
hand In all directions. Including 7!0,oih)
bu. for tha relief of the starving Bel
gians. Coin rallied with wheat and as a re
sult of indications that the heavy ship
ping movement from tha country to this
dty had ben checked. The big receipts
here, however, depressed the market in
the early part of the session.
Oats showed independent strength for
the first time In several days. There was
an active cash demand, mainly for ex
port. Provisions suffered a break In conse
quence of hog receipts htre being morei
plentiful than at any frevlous time for
months. Horns resting orders came Into
play on the decline, but most of the buy
lug waa for shorts. ,
Article) Open. I High., Low, Close. r y.
1 tH 1 1M
1 1H) 1 21
1 14HJ 1 UT4
80 1 67U
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
tl.WWl-lMk: No. 8 hard, tl.14Htn.ld.
Corn: No. 8 yellow, 4fjaSc; new, whV
44Hc; No. 8 yellow, 7tiHe; new.
C2t'. Oats: No. 1 white, 47mp: tand
ard. 4H48e. Rye. No. 2. 1.1H, Bar
ley, cowrie. Seeds: Timothy, 7&i;tJo;
BUTTER 45 toady; creamery, 242o,
EUG fiteady: reoetpu, 8,047 easea) at
mark, cases lncludmd, tJJvHc; ordinary
firsts, ta'flr- firsts, ZmUac.
1'iiTATOUrJ Ixwsr; reoelpts. 68 cars:
Michigan and Wisconsin, Kydlac; Min
POCLTKY-AUve. lower; springs, lOHc;
fowls, kHrloc; turkeys, UHf.
I.lverpal Grain Market.
LIVKRPOOU Dec. L-WHEAT- Spot,
firm; No. 1 Manitoba, Sa lid; No. 3. a d.
No. 8. Va 6Hd- Kutures not quoted.
CJli.N Ppot. dull; American inied,
lid; Titures. firm;
January, 6a td.
Der ember, 6a 'vd;
OMAHA GRNRRAt. MaRKKT.
Bt'TTER K'e. L 1-lb eartong. 3c; No.
1, sA-11,. tuba. 110
CHEEh-lnuHrte Bwlss, r; Amer-i-an
Heiss. JSo; block Smlss, tic: twins.
1H.-; daleles. ltilc: triplets. 1V: oting
Americas, 14V: blue label brick, 17c; llm
burier. t-Sb., c; 1-lb.. 10c; New York
while, lpc; Imported French Itoquetort,
HKEP CITH-No. 1 ribs. lc; No. 2 ribs,
liic; No. t ribs. 11H' No. 1 loins.
No. 3 loins. l(iHc; No. 3 loins. ISt No, 1
chucks, liHc; No. 2 rhiiiks. Vt; No.
ctiiu Ks, v' No. 1 rounds, isvp
rounds, 13!c; No. 3 rounds, ll'-.
platis. V; No. 3 plates, IV;
riMi-1 rout, nr; targe rrappies, jsc;
salmon, 8Hc; halibut, ll-ic; imnnel cat
fish, lie. pike. 14c; pickerel, 10c.
l'OUI.TRY-Brotlers, 14Hc; spring rhlok-
ens, 11c; hens, otitic; cooks. 4c; ducks.
loo; ccesc. Re; turKevs, itto pi3"ons. er
dos., ducks, full feathered, UV; geee.
full feathered, Sc; squabs. No. L, 1.W; No.
Market quotations furnished by Glllnskl
FRt'lTS tirangos: Extra fancy Wah.
navel, inis, nils, ls, $3tn box; extra fancy
Wash, naval. l.a, lVKs, 2c0s. tlfte,
$3 .'A box. Lemons: Fancy H)a .Wi, Pim
klst, 8.VM) box; i-hnlco Red Hall. WDa. ;i"s.
$f04 box. Ornpefrutt: 34s, 64s, 4s and Mis,
$2.76 box. Apples: Extra fancy Wash.
Whltewlnter I'earmalnes, all sites, ti'.OO
box.; fancy Wash, White Winter Pear
matnes, $l.7S box; ex. fancv Wash. Wine
flap, $1.7 box; extra fancy Mpltscnburg,
tl.40 box; Oregon fp'taenbui g, tl.36 box;
Oregon Rnldwlu. $1.00 box: Colo. unwrai
ped fancy Jonathan, ti .35 Ihx: Wash,
extra fancy and fancy Hooven, tl.4o box;
choloe Colo. Jonathans. 11.10 box; fancy
Colo. Wealthya. $1.10 box; fancy Colo.
Mo Mahona. $1.10 wiv: fancy Colo. Utter,
$1.10 box; fnnry Colo. Muldcn Blush, $1 lo
box; Idaho fancy t.lriincs' Onldcn, fl.f0
box; Idaho choice Orlmea' Golden, 11.5
box; Llano fancy Jonathan, $1.25 box;
Wash, fancy lirliues Ooldcn, tl.60 box;
Idatiu fancy Fulton, tl.23 bx.; IdaJio fancy
Ptrawbetry. tl.lX box: Idaho lancy Wolf
River, fl.36 box; Wasli. Wagner, 41. Jo box,
N. Y. Baldwin. tiiS bbl 1 N. V . Oreenlng,
$3.0 bbl Ure: Calif. Kmpcrora, $.1.60
bbl.: Calif. Emia-tors, $T16 rl.; choice
Mslagas, $f."t k-'K' extra rholcn MalaKaa,
Su.36 keg: fancy Mnlagn, $t.Fo U-K, extra
fancy Mslagas, WOO keg. Praia: An.iou,
2 60 box; Ijiwrenrc. $.100 box: Jersey,
$1.36 box; Bvsco. $2.i0 box: Sheldon. $2 60
box; Easter, ti.Ifi box. Baoanas; tl.76 to
$8 S0 per bunch.
VBXiETABl.ES Cauliflower. $2.60
crt; cabbage, l'e lb,; rticumhers,
$1.60 box: celery, Mich., 36c dos.; Calif.
Jumbo. 76c dos.; head lettuce, Calif. $100
dos.; leaf lettuce, 4oc dot. ; onlrns. yel
low, to lb : red, 1H: lh.; white, 2c lb.;
peppers, MV basket; tomatoes, 1.2& crt.;
onions (shallots), 60c dos.; radishes, 60c
dos.; horseradish, l.rtfi ca. ; garlic, Italian,
20o lb. Potatoes: Idaho. 70c bu.;. Red
River Ohlos. c bu.; Minn. Whites, 0c
bu.; Kan. aweetpotatnes. bbl.; Jer
sey sweetpotatoea, $1.76 hamp.
NUTH No. Calif, walnuts, ito lb.; fil
berts. 12Hc lb.; filberts. Long Naples, ISc
lb.; pecans, 12Hc lb.; pecsns, Jumbo. lc
lb.; almonds, 20c lb.; Braxlls, 11c to
MiaCKI.LANfOorR-Shelled popcorn, 4c
lb.; crackerjack, $3.60 is.; cracker.iack,
H ca., $1.76; checkers. tltO cs. ; checkers,
H os., 41.75; dromedary (In tea, t3.no box;
limes, tl."5 box; sugar walnut dates, 1.4
box. Honey: $3.75 s. Figs: IH )2 ox., 8Tc
lox; bulk fu:, 7o lb. Cider: Per kog,
$3.00: per H bhl-, $600. Hquush. IV,,. lb.
Pumpkin: IHc lb. Coroanuts: $J.76 suck;
cocosnuts, per dor., 76c.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Range Beeves md Feeden Steady
and Other Slow to Lower.
HOGS AROUND QUARTER L0WXR
Pal aheep Hearer and era-yFat
Lambs In lirge gapply aad a
4)aerter to Thlrlyllae
RW YORK NRNRRAL MARKET
Quotations of the. Day on Varloaa
NEW TORK, Dec. l.-FLOUR-Plrm.
WHEAT Spot, firm; No. 2 red and No.
2 liarj, $1.18; No. 1 northern Duluth,
$1.2m, and No. 1 northern Manitoba.
tl.23H. nominal, c. I. f. Buffalo. Futures
market waa without transactions. De
cember. tl.23; May, $l.2i.
HOPS Easy; state, common to cholea,
M14, 2aff2Sc; Pgolflu coast. 1111, 104140;
HIDE8 Firm; Bogota, 2!V&30c; Central
WOOl, Hteady; domestic fleece, XX
CORN Spot, firm; No. 2 yellow, 73'jo.
c. I. f., to arrive; Argentine prims, 73c
OATS Spot, steady; standard, WijfMHc;
No. 3 white, 52HW3c; fancy clipped white,
HAY Steady ; prime, $1.10: No. V. $1.06,
No. 2, $1.(10: No. 3. 0e; shlDbing. 7&4Wc.
LEATHER Fli-m; hemlock firsts, tl(8
o-n; seoonas, nixgaiu.
PROVISIONS Pork, unsettled; mess,
j0.6ft3'2l,00; family, t!4.002.v0; short clear,
$21.6ou.OO. Beef, steaily; mess, $21.0iMp
23.00; family, $:4 OiiArtiS.OO. iArd, weak;
middle west, to NmfrK.00; refined, unsettled;
continent, tlO.flO; Houth America, til. 20;
TALLOW Steady, city, 643o; country,
(HfreHc: snecial. H-lkc. - -
BUTTElWBaaler; receipts. 1,20$ tubs;
creamery extras, St score, 82c; creamery,
higher scoring, 83HS.W; creamery firsts,
lixiic"; seconds, ttiw'lHc; process extras,
f7T7..,7nv wjiith, iurroui iiiiLHe, IiratS,
Tl'u?ic; seconds, 21Hc; packing stock,
current make. No. 2. 20j21c.
CHEESE Ateady; receipts, 2,627 boxes;
siaie, wnnie-miiK, neia specials, iuo; state,
whole milk, average fancy, uHftl6c;
state, whole milk, fresh colored specials,
16Htt'16Ho; state, whole milk, fresh, white
specials, ttValSH: .state, whole milk,
white and colored average fancy, fresh,
14Mtri6o: skims. 44713V4C.
EOGS Irregular, ,01 cases; " fresh
gntnerea extra line, 4ieac; extra firsts,
S!tf40c; firsts, 3uUito; seconds, 29'3!ic;
tata Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
white, (feuoU:; slate, Pennsylvania and
nearby gathered whites, 3&ii7c; state.
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery browns,
43-46c; state, Pennsylvania and nearby
gathered browns and mixed colors, MVn44c.
nnm.fuv 1 I ,, ,. u .. . ......
ens. 114f11Hc; fowls. llHSISc; turkeys. -11
4jl2r; dressed, dull and weak; western
roasting chickens, nwiso; fresh fowls,
12Hri7Hc; turkeys, Uu':ic.
Kansas City Lle . Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 1. WIIEAT-No.
t hard, tl.0fMjl.0!V,: No. 2 rl. tl.08H9
t'ecemoer, ii.unt; may, 41.1B
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 6a :; No. 12
c; Alay. 7'Ac,
JbGU , I tmTIIlUspi , lwvi ai H.v jf t
OATS No. 2 white, 4JH47Hc
BITTER Creamery, 81c; firsts, 28c;
seconds, 26c; packing; stock, 20'V-.
K( S Firsts', 31c; . seconds, 24c.
I-OULTRY liens, He; roosters, 11c;
MlaaeaDolle brala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Dec. 1
WHEAT-December, $1.12'a: May, $1.13;
No. 1 hard, $l.lH; No. 1 northern, tl.HS'U'
L17H: No. 2 northern, tl.10Hyl.fcii.
BA RLEY hVtthv.
CORN No. t yellow, MilK-Sc.
OATH No.- 8 white, aOVtliic.
t. Loals drain Market.
ST. IiOUlS, Dec. I. WHEAT No. 2
red. tl,12H4l l'M'. N"- hard, tl 14a 1.1S;
December. tL12H: May, tl.UH4rl-lHH.
W. 4 A-VZHTi. n K'r. 9 whit ft?
. - . T-. v...- tf. - , 1 . , nun '
noi , i'wnuci, 1 t j , v.- .
OAT No. 2, 47Hc: No. 1 white, 49c.
LIVF:RPOf)L. Inc. 1. CfyrTON Spot,
good Inquiry; prices, steady: American
middling fair. 6.3M: good middling. 4.70d;
middling, 4.41d; low middling, l i; good
ordinary, 3.26d; ordinary, 2. Hod. Hales, ,0U0
NKW YORK. IVc. 1 COTTON-Futures
closed steady: December, T14n;
January. 7.81c; March, 7.4c; May, T.lc;
July. 7.T7c; October, 8.00c.
The cotton market closed steady at
net decline of', to 10 point.
Oil aad Roala.
NEW TORK, Dec. I.UO8IN Quiet.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Den. 1. TURPEN
TINE Firm. 4ic; sales. 72 bbls.; receipts,
S72 bbls.; shipments, 168 bbls.; stocks.
ROSIN Firm; sales, 411 bbls.; receipts,
ISM bbls.; shipments, 616 bbls.; stocks,
127,072 bbls. Quotations: A, H, $3.30; C,
D. 83.3G; E. $3.40; F. 83 42H: O. H.46: O,
$3.46: H. t47H: I. $3.66; K. 44 00; M, $4.70,
W. $6-40; WO. t6.86; WW, ti.Do.
Kvaporated Apples aad Dried Pralta
NEW TORK, Dec. 1. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITB Prunes, firm. Anrt-
cots and peaches, quiet, tout firm. Raisins,
OMAHA Dec. 1 Bank clearings for
Omaha today wera 13.310.46t 32 and for the
corresponding tlay last year, U.l&.M.Vi.
SOUTH OMAHA. Iec. 1. 1414.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Offb-lal Mnndav 6.f4 13.br) 12 CM
E.idniate Ti-esdsy 4,4l to.noo So.Ouo
8 heifers. .,
2 rows. ...
8 cows. ...
4 cows. ...
W7 t 40
, . i 6 00
Two days this week..14t 33.10D 33.i4
Same days last week .lO.f.lA 12,1 78 21.223
fame days i weeks ago 7.M7 14.014 U.Iofi
Paine days 3 wrcks ago 11.065 t.uin H.I.K:t7
e'amc days I wecka ago 11. '43 T.m 32 411
.ame days last year. .11.234 1.37 to,
The following table shows the receipts
e. cattle, hogs and sheep at the Bouth
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, aa compared with last year:
114. 1!1S. rec.
Cattle nfcvsvi fc.ets i.2
Hogs l.OTJ.ma 2.333,770 261.763
bheep 2,974. W 1.042.71N 6,e3l
Tho following table shows th eaverago
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date, I IHI4. l18.lli12.im.lIO
.Nov. 13. , 4Vk, 7 &DI 'J 6'
I 7 SSI 7 M
I T S31
V 67H 7 7R 7 811 t 17 I 7
HI T 70V4J 7 741 V Si t tr. 7 741
IS! t 60J 1 1 16 wh 661 1 7
; T 81 I I T SSI 6 til 7 KH 7 ri
Nov. 23! 7 60
Nov. 24 7 4I'
Nov. 35 J f.i
I 7 b'
4K T 61
I 331 T 4(
T 791 6 80i 7 33
t Til 7 201
7 73 4 16
7 76; t 13
T 601 6 11
T 671 6 Wl
a 4 144 aa
HI 7 111 7 Rll 6 1!)1 T7
Wl 7 V IT 441 7 471 I 6 881
2T 7 66 I 7 441 6 12i
7 41-M 7 47 6 00 6 i
sl I " r.i, 7 6T 011 7 o;
S0 7 1H I 7 70! I 7 00;
1.1 "4SI 7 S 7 741 4 04 i 7 87,
180. 1 1808.
6 ti 7 88:
6 K 7 8
Receipts ana clsuosltlnn of live stock
at the Union stork yards, Itoiith Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending st I o'clock
Cattle-Hoga. Sheep. H'ses.
C. M. ft BL P 12. 18 4 2
Wabash 4 4
Missouri Fnrlflc ... 4 I
1 nion Pacific t 36 18 1
C. A N. W.. east.. 12 67 8 1
C. H N. W.. west.. 46 37 10 2
C , 8t. P., M. O. IH 22
t ., It. A (J., east.... 11 . 7!
('.. H. A U., west.... 40 3D 12 2
C, R. I. & P., east.. 16 34 4
C. R. I. aV P., west 3 1
Illinois Central .... 7 11
Chicago Ot. West.. 1 .. 1
Total receipt... 266 311 80
HOUS-Monday's record-breaking re
celpta were followed with another very
Isrge run this morning, something like
S6 oars, or 30.0fi0j bead, being received.
Total far th two days is 33,107 head, being
ll."ii larger than last week and almost
K.iWO Inrger thn last year. Receipts for
last two days are larger than anv similar
period since the first aeek of June, 1K13,
when almost 37,Oii head were received-
The fact that all Iowa hogs had to be
unloaded at certain chutes, and In day
light, made the yarding ot today's big
run a slow Job, and a good share of the
hogs had been clejtnect up tieror the last
train Milled 11D to the south chutes. In
sympathy with similar declines at other
points trade opened out about 36c lower.
Th market, while showing almost the
same decline aa on Mondny. furnished a
sharn Contrast hv getting tinder way
early, and with killers buying freely and
shippers filling a few orders, most of the
hogs aer cashed soon after they wore
varded. In most cases esrly bids were
raised lust a shade, so that by tle time
a general movement was under wsy val
ues were no more than KVt 2f.c lower.
After most of th mnra yartled early
had been sold and orders hsd been par
tially filled, things eased off Just a trifle,
valuta dropping bark to a flat 860 lower
basis. Th trade dragged out until sfter
noon, s the hogs were so slow coming
Into the yards.
Taking the market all through, price
are mostly 160 lower. Bom sales msde
at the best time were possibly no more
than lOiiKc down, but th big bulk of
the offerings tmed at a ousrlor aeciin.
Bulk of the sales were mado at t6Ki
7.00, with tops at 1706. Th slackness of
the shipping demand has brought
NEW TORHJTOCK MARKET
Sluggish Movement of Preceding
Settion Continues During Day.
BUSINESS VOLUME BIGGER
t"a be. Hogs. Sheep.
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour t o
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co
Ko Omaha I'ncklng Co.
Armour, Mloux City...,
W. li. Viumnnt Co
Benton, Vansant 4V Lueli
F. H. Irwl
Huston & Co
J. B. Root Co
J. 11. Hiilla
I,. F. llusz
H. F. Hamilton
Meyers ( Wi
Bilker. Jones & Smith.. 136
Tsnner Bros. ...
Totals 6.6S9 12.207 10,612
' CATTLE Receipts were quite liberal
th s morning, the total for the two days
tins wwk footing u.p 13,4141 head, the larg
est of any similar period tor several
weeks back, and larger than a year ago
by over l.OnO head. Other market polnl
were well supplied for a Tuesday, with
the result that the tendency everywhere
Range bttet steers, which kill out batter
at this season of the year than the half
tat cornfed, ware in good demand this
morning aud commanued steaay prices.
On tno othtr hand cornfeds, which Con
sisted largely of naif fat. cattle, were
slow sellers at prices that were weak to
10c or more lower. Tne fact Is there wera
a good many cornfeds ottered that were
JuhI fat enough so tnat they would not
veil to the toe der buyers, but not fat
enough to make good kilters. (Such cattle
are a4ways bard to move.
Cows and hellers were slow and weak
to 10c or more lower tnan yesterday.
Puckers seemed inclined to force the mar
ket down and In many cases their early
bids were as much as IValbc lower.
Feeders and slock cattle were n very
fair demand at prices generally steady
A new order Issued by tha government
Inspectors today permit outside packers
to buy cattle from western Iowa for ship
ment to other market Dolnls for Imme
diate slaughter. The rule, however, that
feelers from western Iowa cannot be
shipped still holds good, but feeders can
b shlDDed Into the clean counties 01
Iowa and other territory from which the
uiiaruitlne has boen raised.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choloe
cornfed beeves, 9N.7K4iv.7B: fair to good
cornfed beeves, $7.7onl.76; common to
fair cornfed beeves, $.&iKii 7.76 ; good to
choice range beev, th.Oowtl.&O; fair to
good range beeves, $7 Krr s.(m; common to
fair range beeves, $6 VW7.40; good to
choice heifers, $6.6007 26; good to choice.
cows, tt.7MW.76; fair to good cows, $6.76
46.76; common to fair ouw( $4.601ji6.26;
good to choice stocker and feders, t7.Si.itf
7.7a: fair to guoo. stocKers ana teeners,
$0.37.26; common to fair stockers and
feeders, $6.6rn6.M); stock heifers. $4.7!J
6: stnek cows, $4.K).H); stork calves,
$6.5041-8.26; veal calves, yt.Wjllo.ou; bull,
stHKe. etc., $S.00rtJ7.W.
jo A. Pr. Ks. At. Pr.
, 614 I 1 11 k4 tt
''' 1247 40
STEERS. AND HEIFER?!
T T 17..
4 7( 1
6 10 17......
I 16 .2
4 40 1
t 111 I
4 00 1
4 14 40
4 10 4
43 1 44
. . K0
l 04 4 11 4 It
t 10 ' 1 1171) 4 K
4 M 1 4 I
4 74 1 IM
1 74 1 l-4 4 M
4 40 1 17' 4 16
4 24 1 1100 1 44
4 40 11 4X1 7 14
4 M 1 M IH
1 10 1. 120 14 44
BTOCKEIV4 AN 1 1 KEEPEUS.
.... 411 4 74 8 l 4 40
...... 4:1- 4 M 1 4MI 4 4W
Ut 4 4
ui u i'KkNH-NKRRAHKA.
2 bulls 5 40 7 feeders. .. W
4 Ul S3 letsoers.
II rows 1142 7 00 It steers.. ...1141
l steers 111 7 60
13 steers k t 46
A cows 10-.-4 6 80
6 rows ftf t 76
r) steers H"J 7 16
16 cows HH6 f 70
14 feeders.. 7 7 20
4 feeders.. W6 4 40
6 feeders.. 66 7 76
K feeders.. 7s3 7 40
13 steers.. ..1218 7 66 43 steers.. ..1206 7 86
17 slorkers. tit t 60 t heifers... 471 t 00
10 heifers... 4,i
3 steers 11X3
2 feeders... 726
6 calves.... 418 '
7 feeders... 800
T cows 710
14 at. A hs.. 38
2 cows S.&
0 cows 1118
ii feeders.. 826
4 cow a WJI
28 calves.... 416
7 feeder... "
2 bulls 1471
4 cows 06
4 feeders.. 610 4 00
2 cows 840 4 90
2 cows 134.S 4 20
66 feeders., m 7 85
7 2f .
It rows 10
8 steers 476
36c ws hfs.1044
12 steers..... loll)
Slows hfs U43
64 feeders.. "
46 feeders.. 662
10 feeders. . 610
reduction in tops, and th moat desirable
butchers are not commanding so much
of a premium. Ths extreme light hogs
and pig are In very poor reiiuest. ami
er In some rase almost unsalable. Pack
ers are showing a preference for the
butchers and weighty offerings, and ''en
shippers pass tip the extreme lights. The
decline for the two days amounts to
about 60c. .
Money Is Interesting Prntare af ll I
ling, Its Increased Ease Reflect
ing Farther Piling; Is of
fash at York,
NEW YORK, lr. V Apart from Its
greater brealth, due to increased offer
ings, fodsya insrket for listed bonds on
the stork exchsnge continued the sluggish
moxement of the preceding session. The
volume of business was slightly larger
in the earlier hours, hut It tapered off
during the afternoon, the speculative
Issue . contributing more than . their
quots. to the diiy' total.
Iiwer price were generally established
and on some Issues tradlnr came to an
abrupt hnlt because tho low level fix-t
by the exchange hsd been reached. So
far ns could he Judged bv surface con
ditions, a considerable proportion of th
selling nrit-inatcd with banks an other
financial inMlutionn. Individual offer
financial Institutions. Individual offer
for out-of-town account. With few ex
ceptions, local brokers reported little In
vestment demand and It was getters lly
believed thnt no pronounced Inquiry was
likely to develop until the prlc WBS.
Money was the Interesting feature of
the dsy. Its Increased esse reflecting the
iiirmer piling tip or cash at this center.
All loans were mad soon after tha
1 1 tun Ilia at 4 rte - r.nl - ,wl ....nv lim.
hi. I ans on all Industrial collateral were
Va, . Hh va. . h
4fn o 4 m tt ! 4 Kt'l
44 m m 4 TH i W
1 17J III 4 Ti fa .24 ... 4 f
14 14 IH 41 40 7 4"
44 j't iim an m ... 7"
4 777 1?0 4 an jn Wt ... 7 S
T li.l ltd 4 MH 14 131 ... 1 "
48 lit ... 4 44 14 17 ... 4 44
s 20,000 head.
t omimrei. with 16.000 a week aao and 17,434
head on th same dav a year ago. Iowa
was a good contributor, there being more
offerings from that stnto than on Mon
day. Idaho and Colorado feed lots were
again represented. The general ousllty
was good, much better than yesterday.
Th hulk consisted of fat lambs.
Reports from Chlcsr.i were bearish
again today. The local demand waa beat
for something on the mutu n order, con
sequently anything in tills lit) moved
oarly at steady prices. The moderate
sunplv helned sellers to mslntain prices.
it was different, howai-er, In the case of
Ismbs, which were slow ssle all the fore
noon. The generous lamb receipts at the
disposal or buyers end the high level of
prices Inst have prcvsllcd here of late
were rutstnndlng bearish tea.tnres, so
little waa don until a late
packers' first bids were
effected at 6 per cent. Renewals of loans
maturing today were In virtually everv
Inetitnc, made on a basis more favorable
than th original rate.
Retirement by local banks of all clear
It g house reftlflrntea was In Itself an
element of Importance In the general
monetary situation and this was followed
by further reduction todsv of emergency
currency. In fact, the New York banks
now are almost as free from all tempor
al y aid as they were some weeks before
the foreign disturbance begsn.
Hteel trade authorities reported an In
quiry for certain line 0r flnkihed
products and betterment In - ths copper
Inquiry found vmphsls in resumption of
dividends by sovrial rroduclng com- '
The Pennsylvania and New York Cen
trnl roails submitted returns for Octo
.T. ,n "l ""1 showing a decided
f filing off ..on Its western lines, while
'ollt itrsl msde a substantial
pet Incress" for the entire system.
Local ttseka anal Bonds.
Qunlstlims hirnlahH by Bursa. Drinker A Co..
444 Omaha National bank bailalns:
"atri ("rmr, jiflt
ri'inwni Teamarr, t ser re
tjwta-Wllea Blaralt 1st f4..
Mnllna Plow l.t p(a
OKiatia C, R. ti rf4
cmaita A t It tt. n. pw..
1'slon glre-a Tarda suxik
gwKt A tv
taa4ar4 Oil of Nabraaka ...
Armour A r". 4s,
AUInann. Neh, Hrw. 1MI
Itlnasn Hallway 4, 1927....
l',llintl,l.B Mai. T A.
I Flitranra. Mh Saf mm 'i ll
hour. Tlw 1" "' - '' r '
consldersbly ' '?''
M. mA .h... -.f,,. . A K.ial . "en. OS, .TI
At th wlndup most ef th Inmbs showed ciy nt Omaha Water 4s pm
a slump of 8uU(l6o, The wheat field gt-ftdesi Pacltlo o R, a A r-f i, wj
from Idaho sold largely around JK.60, c ttla lHl.iKt
wllth some fed westerns bringing ts.76. r lawtaea, tl . aa. IHI-1M4
The ham waa nn4 elearnri mill late tn lblw,,n -Vv as, 1M4
A few feeder offerings were In evidence,
but these wera toon disposed of on a
basis fully steady with yesterdsy. On
Monday's market some feeding lamb
went to the country at t7.3urtt7.40. The
demand continues still strong and active
for anything In tha feeder class,
Quotations on sheep and lambs: T.ambt.
good to choice, tt.6114ft.OO; lambt, fair to
good, r7.76f,8.60; feeders, good to choice,
$6.854;r7.40; feeders, common. t660(tfTl.N&;
yearlings, good to choice, t7.10ijr;7.ab: yest
ling, fslr to good. t6.867.10; yeardngt,
feeders, t6.to0I.io: wethers, good lo choice,
$6.35416.10; wethers, fair to good, $6.&ttf
1.86; wethers, feeders, t4.SOQ4.86; ewes,
good. I4.4ooj-4.6S: awes, feeders, $3. ate 4.60.
rceprvaeniative -sales :
Bchbnar, Nab., Water (a, IM.
pM . 01
. . , 40 as
. St 40
.: w w
. . M M)
.. 41 41
.. I Oil
.. 44 F0
.. 43 tit
,.. H t
.. M M
.. 44 00
W0. 04 .
1 W. 00
too 1 '
l6 . 4
J 04 H
ewes and. wethers. .j...,
1245 Idaho lamhg
140 fed lambs
34 fed lambt '
25 fed ewe
20 culls I.
U Idaho ewes
NEW YORK. I)c. l.-METALS Iad;
Quiet at t3.7r.-7f3 Hi; Ittdon, A IS 2s 61
Spelter: Steady at t5.30Tji5.40; London, !M
ST. LOriS. Dec. l.-METAIJt-!etd:
Nominal at W.70. Bpelter: Firm at ts.l.'H.
Tin: Hteadv; five-ton lots, fA-lMSi 3".-twrntrvflve-ton
lots, t33.0O.3.6i. Iesd:
ta.T62ft.ri. Electrolytic. ll.7t13.0r: cast
ing, in,irt(ij.ftt. iron: Quiet and
At Irflodoti: fifxit copper, 64 IS.-; fu
1148"' M17"', Ppot lln "! futurfS.
Omaha liny Market. '
rnnitiK mat Choloe tin and tin ai-
M Onrr.OO;Thole; midland. $80; No 1
tk.6(4i(9.00; No. 2, l7.004H.ftt); No. 3, $.('
7.00: choic lowlanrt ts 01 - v 1 1-
T.60; No. 2. ,.tM1.V): No. 8. 14 .orVtyjs no
HI-RAW -Choice wheat. t6.00jj.i
CHICAGO MTU STOCK MARKET
A LFA LEA No. 1, tli
11 co; No. a, tsootno.no.
u0; No. 2, HOOOtli
Cattle Weak lloaw
CHICAOO, Pec. l.-CATTLE-Rcelpts,
8,000 hesd; market weak; native steers,
$6 Hm&lO.iO; western, $6.3608.76: cow and
hetrers, t74Oia.0O; calves, t7.6O3'10.6O.
HOCU Receipts, 47,000 head; msrket
week, ni'2So lower: bulk, t7.00djr7.li; Hfht,
tX.tmt.li; mixed. t6.KiaW7.80; heavy, $6.8.4
7.30; rough, $6.811.00: pigs. $4.0fk.2u.
fiHBEP AND LAMBH Receipts. JS.OT0
head; market weak; sheep, $tV8TU4L40;
yearlings, 6.40?7.76; lambs. t7.004t).2o. , '
SI. Loal Live ock Market.
ST. IXXITIM, Peo. 1. CATTLE RecrtpU.
6.600 hand; market lower; native beef
steers, $7.6O''rl0.76; rows and hlfert, t6.00
4j4a6: southern steers. fc.7Mjr7.76; cows
and heifers, $4.00fi.00; naUve calves, (6.00
HOO8 ReoHnts. 13.900 head: market
tower; pigs and lights, t6.oiiro7.16; mixed
and butchers, $7.XVd'7.30; good heavy, t7.00
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt 1, 4.900
head; merkct lower on lambs; native,
steady; native muttons, t6.6ov4.2; lambt,
Kanaaa City Live Btark Market. '
KANSAP4 CITY. Pe. 1. CATTLE Ra
ce I tts, 12,000 hesd: market stesdy; prima
fed steers, p.HxU 10.26; drorsed beef steers.
$".'.60Ji 25; western steers. $6 7V((v.25;
stoi'knrs and feeders $6.00)f41.af; . bulls.
$7.21W7.ii0; calves, i.Onfl ia23.
II4M144 Receipts, 24.000 hesd: market
lower- bulk of sales. $6.:U7.15; hesvy,
r.H(7.U.; packers and butchers. $7.0(i(
7.i; light. jr.Mi'J.l6; p'gs, 66.oou(.2&.
HHEEP AND IA MI1B Receipts. 1.4)1
head: market steady; lambs, tS.6O7ia.o0;
yearllnira. r..M7.7t; wethers, t3.2T4i.2t;
Ion City Lira Btoek Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia Pec. 1. CATTLE
Receipts 1.1(00 bead: mnrket weaker: na
tive steers. t6.OVn4l.26; butchers. $3.26424.60:
cows and heifers 84.504(1.36: cannrrs, $4 to
ftS.flO; cnlvcs, W.25;7.C0; bulls, stays, etc.,
HOOS Receipts. 4600 hesd; msike!
lower; hesvr. t,tfi7.tx); mixed, t6.8f.i6.)0:
light. $4 7(Xiri.6- hulk of sales. Wtttr'l.fsJ
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts. 3600'
head, market tteady; ewes, t'1.7.Viji.l'i; -lambs,
nt. Jaarpk Llv Stoc-k Market.
BT. JOHEVH. Mo.. Pec. l.-4;ATTLE-
Recelnts 8,000 head; market, slow; steers.
$7.0Oii710 W; cows and heifers. $4. 609.60.
calves I4 00jtfc0.
H OAS-Recall-It 24,00 head; market
opened Ito lower; top, $7.15.
HHEEP ANP LAMB-Recelpts 7 000
bean; market, slow and weak; lambs, $8.60
NEW YORK. Par. !. COFFER Th
coffee markt opened steady at an ad
vance of I to I points, but turned eaalar
under New Orleans selling and scattering
liquidation. Business remained quiet an 3
there was no Indication of Increased of
ferings from Brasll, but there seemed to
b very llttl demand othar than a few
December buying orders from Eurone and
some commission house buying of lata
months. The close waa 1 to t oolnta
lower on near months and t to 10 pointt
higher on th extremely late deliveries.
Bales were 28.260 hags. Dcmber 6.4tVt
January, t.S9c: February, t.tto; March.
S.7c; April. t.77e; May. t.Nc; June. t.Tscj
July. 1 44o; August, 4.73c ; Bentamber, 6.83c;
October. t.SAo; November, 7.6ij. Bpot cof
fee mi let: Rio No. Ts, 6S4e; Bantoa No. 4a,
Live Stack la Blgkt.
Cattl. Hogt. Bheen.
Chicago 4.0H) 47,0.0 I6,0i0
Kansas City 12.0u0 24 000 t. 0
M. Louts , IV) 13oi) 4
Blotix City 1.... 1 too 4.t4) t.O
ttouth Omaha 6,4U) tO.OuO 20,000
NEW YPRK. Dec I.-4WO A R-Ra .
steady; molassnt, t.30c; centrifugal i die
refined, steady; rut loaf. 6c: rrushl
6 0o: mould A, B.6Sr; cubes. t.36c: XXXX
powdered, 6.26c; powdsred,' t.tfJr; fine '
granulated, B.lOc; diamond A. t.lOci con-'
factioncrt' A. 6c; No. 1. .t&c7
Dry Goods Market.'
NKW YORK. Pee. l.-PRY OOOPB
Massachusetts woolen mills reported to-
tlar they had received orders for army -cloth
tu be shipped abroad. Bilks showed '
a alight Improvement. Cotton goodi ',
quint, wide sheetings wera revised 2V
cents a yard.
' Iftw York Money Market. '
N. YORK. I-0- L MERCANTILE j
PAPER-4H47 fter nt. - '
RTKRLINO rrJCC.HA.NGE Bteay; 1
sixty-day bills. $4.8676; for tables. $4.90; :
for demsnd. t4.8l&. T
SILVER Bar. 4lAc.
rise her a Fed.
President Weeghmtn of th Chlfeds
last week admitted that Bill riacher,
catcher of the Brooklyn Nationals, has ;
signed a contract to play with the Chl
feds, but would not nam two other b g '
lecguert ha has under contract.
Adg Ar tha Bett Butineir
...13.700 14,409 61,400
Sensational MARKET ADVANCE
and what future market
action may . rwatonably
be expected are given tn
our Special Market Let
, ter, containing- the latent
Sent fret on rertorsf. Ak for 3S.
JONES & BAKER
"nothing to tU bat garrloa."
Bank rioor, 39 Bo. lot a alls at.
Haw York muiadalphU
Direct privat wires to all xuaxksis.
a big knee like thtt, but your hone
may have a bunch or bruke oa hit
Ankle, Hock, Stifle, Knee or Throat.
will cjeaa it olf without Uvinp- tha
hone up. No blister, no balr
Bone, Concentrated only a few
dropt requutd at an application. $2 pri
aottla aelUarrt. Dastriaa roar nw tor ipartal SMtractioas
sat Book t It free. AUMJKBINrl, JR.. aattaestK
knlsMU 4at smsmi4 ' gaSusn Palatal 4aUlaa. ta
lariat Claaaa. Oolua. Waaa, Bralask Varkaai Veina,
Vtrlcaataaa, Ctt 4oTsa Allan falu. Mca 81 sat M t
kottlc 4rurri ar aclrwea. Maautactant ealr br
7 Stock for Sarc
An omtha corporation In active busi
ness for twenty ears offers for asl
tiftjr share guaranteed strati par cam
prsfarrtd stock rsdeemed from fortuat
owners. No agents. W1U sail direct.
A 147 Cave ef Bee,
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