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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUKSDAY. JAXUAKY 7, 19l.'.
A pa rim a ta aad Flats.
IfARLAN APARTMKNT8, Sherman Ave.
and Hall Ave. Choice R-room, steam
heatad apartment, everythlnR: flrst-clacs:
very reasonable rent. Call Janitor, Web
ster 71S. er o'flce. PoiiKlaa int for ap
folntment. WCOTT HILL CO.
Board aad Room.
PARK AVK. I7ft Rosrd an room for
t In private family; on rar tine. Har
WARM room with board for two gentle
men. tV-b. 843. 19T7 1xthrop St.
MODERN board and room. MS 8. 24th St.
701 8. 1XTH Close In: hot water heat;
two. In each. Phone Rod $'.
t j Verne, 1813 Cap, front rmi, Stem, nt.
r'l'RKIMU-.D room tor rent, near Crsigga
ton university Hum Onuslae T33T.
TWO food room, single and double; well
heated, hot and cold water; $12 and $lti;
excellent location. 211 f. 2Sth St.
LAROF, front room, cloee In, lady or
gentleman. C. C. Clifton. 1111 City Natl
Bank Fid. -?
FURNISHED ROOM, heated, 461 North
31s Ave. '
' .NICELY furnished room, warm, light
strictly modern; meals if desired; ref
erenres required. Harney .is.
OODEN HOTEXj Council Bluffs, stea n
neaiea rooms, per net. .wiiq v-
-ROOM furnished modern home; West
Fnrnnra district, O. C. Clifton. 1111 City
Nst'l BR Bldg. D. 3X19,
Ill S. 16TH, for men, steam heat.
FOR RENT One unfurnished room. Kar
ri am street apartment, 12 per week.
Reference required. Address, K-41. Wee.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. ltn and Cslirorule,
Waekly re tea $3 and up. Uulaa 7033,
DODGE HOTEL- Modern ' Reasonable.
Light Housekeeping? Rooms.
TWO strictly modern rooms, newly fur
nished for light housekeeping. 323 3.
rtn ft. l. 6491. ' '
ALL modern, warm housekeeping rooms.
J7 N. 30th St.
Hoosea and Cottaaes.
MODERN 2-story house, 7 rooms; never
occupied; new furnace; fX. Doug. 6968.
A 1.1. slses. $3 per month up. 5C? Paxtoo.
ELT0OANT 8-roc.m modern brick apart
ment, newlv decorated, $50 per month;
SW 8. J9th SSt
Frame flat. 11 B. Kith St., ( rooms,
new plumbing, newly decorated, oak floor,
large yard, trees, shrubbery! $30 per
month; a bare-sin.
J. 0. ISH, EXECUTOR.
TOS B. 81st Ave. , SThone Harney 243.
Stores, moves, packs, ships: 8-horse van
and a men. $1.25 Per hr.; storage ti per
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. & Ty. 330.
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
This list can be seen free of charge nt
Omaha Van ft Storage Co.. SOS So. lntn yt.
Fidelity Storage Co
UoUSeS ..l'ons0 &hCo.!tyBoe Bid,.
FOR RENT Modem 8-room house. 206
8. 85th Ave. Inquire T. J. O'Brien,
Henshaw Hotel, itar. iv. ""'i""
Van and Stor
age Co., Large
van. t men. $1.50
per hr.; oisy. 2 men, .$1.26 per hr. 1713
Webster. ioug. n
J. C. Reed
Exp. Co., moving,
arnam. D. 6144.
l-rosm and garage, 1 block to tar; 1101
O'KEEFK REAL. ESTATE CO..
101 Omaha National. " Douglas 3718.
HALF MONTH'S FREE RENT.
530 8. Wth Ave., 8-room, all modern. $30.00
Ml Capitol Ave.. 9-r.. all modern... 15.00
114 a th St..'T-r., all modern...:.. .O0
2A06 Urlatol Ht., 5-r., mod. ex. heat. 18.00
2216 N. 37th St., 5-r.. mod. ex. heat.. I8 60
RASP BROS., 10S McCaguo Bldg.
3115 DAVENPORT ST.. upper flat.
rooms and sleeping porch ..$33
616 8, 87th, 6 rooms, modern '. to
101 f. 3ith Ave., 6 rooms, modern IK
1003 N. 28th St., 7 rooms, modern......... 20
. C. G-CARLBERQ, ...
311 Brandels Theater Bldg.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
8-ROOM, Dundee, modern, $46.
8-room, modern exoept heat, $20.
7- room, near car, north, $30.
8- room. bungalow, $22.50.
S-room, new cottage, 322.60.
4-room, new, not modern, $12.60.
Doug. 6011 Evenings; Wal. 3037, Har.
WANTED TO BUT
OFFICE furniture bought ' and sold. J.
C. Read, 1207 Famam. Doug. 6146.
'HAMILTON CO.. tho only gentile second
hand store In Ornsha. 1719 Cuming. D. 6838
WANTED To buy or rent, medium hard
or soft coal heater; must be cheap for
cash. Address F-41C, Bee.
WE BUY 2d-hand clothes. 1421 N. 24th.
WAXTED TO RENT
YOVNO gentleman wants room with
good family; walking distance. Ad-
WANTED TO DORROW
WANTED To borrow $10,000 on well Im
proved rancn consisting of 2.30O acres
ln Banner oounty, Nebraska, - Address
Hope Brown, hlnhorn. Neb
Read the "For 6ale" arte if you want
bargain or the minute. .
FARM A BANCll LANDS FOR $ALH
Buy all the rich, fertile land you can
afford to own in our sunny level uplands
In Central Arkansas; long growing sea
son; ample ralntall; excellent drainage;
abundance of pure water; good health
conditions, alfalfa yields 6 cuitings year,
average, ton to the cutting and brings $16
to $20 ton; potatotia, both Irian and sweet;
also corn and ' cotton make enormous
yields; the conditions are ideal tor dairy
ing; a iso for stock and bog raising, hav
ing fiee range all year around; chickens
are big money makers as well as truck
vardeuiog; three big markets close by.
I'neae lands ar 30 miles south of Little
Rock, a city of 90.00U; fw miloa north of
fine Bluff, city of a.oOu. and to miles eaat
of Hot bprings, the noted health resort,
with m.Uv visits annually. The railroad
runs through our land; we can sell you
now close to town and shipping station;
there is a government agricultural demon
strator acationed la our county; he will
advlae you tree of charge how and when
to plant, cultivate and market your crops;
this land is selling In v-acr tracts and
up. on the terms of $1.(h an acre down,
possession any time, balance) tt) years;
terms less 'than rent; big land selling
excursion dally; low rate; free tripe to
buyers who answer this advertisement.
V rtto or call for free photographs and full
Information. Open tindaye and evenlUMS.
E. T. TKTKK at CO.,
40 Times Bldg . ht. Louis. Mo.
For Bale: In Tulare county. California,
farm of 1,120 acres, two miles from sta
tion on Southern Pacific railroad, en oiled
I road. Land la all fenced and Is level.
Has been to grain, but soil is well suited
to alfalfa, aad there is abundance of
water. An excellent ayndlcate or sub
iivleioa proposition. Prica iuo an atre.
' IJa.tta) casta; balam may remain on mort
gage at pr cent.
J. L. PRKNTlStf.
lin Title Insurance Bldg , '
Los Aogeita, CaL o
RE Ali ESTATE
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR BALK,
CALIFORNIA ta cslllng yoi this ex
position year. l.et us show ' you our
Sacramento Valley land, the equal of
any In CALIFORNIA for richness of soil,
beauty of surroundings, and Ideal rail lo
cation; near the capital city of SACRA
MENTO. Prices $12$ per afre and up. Including
full paid water right. TEN PER CENT
DON, BALANCE 10 PER CENT
YEARLY UNTIL PA ID.
ONLY 300 ACRES will be sold at these
prices and terms. All sixes, Improved and
unimproved. Next excursion January 1?,
special rates to purchaserK Write or
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111 City Nat l Bk. Bl lg. Omeha. Neb o
FOR SALE In RtverMde county. Cali
fornia the i,and of Sunshine and.
Flowers. Greatest Country on Earth 0
acres fruit, grain and alfalfa land. 10
acres in bearing olives and fruits; plenty
water 30 feet. Only mile from railroad
station, P. o., church and school, also
auto boulevard and state hlshwav. Price
only $100 per acre, easv terms. Also have
8, JO and 20-acre tracts. Phin B. Sturgeon-, I
910 Merchants Nat. Bank Bldg., Los
Angelea, Cel. v o
Fifty dollars will secure you any siied
tract from 40 acres upward; after In
spection pay 10 PER CENT of jrour pur
chase, then i years In which to pay bal
ance. Our North Platte Valley Irrigated land
is the EQUAL or any in NEBRASKA,
and is a SOUND INVESTMENT.
PRICKS 4S TO 0 per acre, including
FULL PAID WATER RIOHT.
Bear In mind that the acreage Is limited
at these prices; buy now and pave the
way for good substantial profits. Avoid
speculation, INVEST WHERE YOUR
MONEY IS SAFE and sure to bring
profitable return. Write or call today
for particulars. MONEY BACK IF NOT
Wi T. SMITH CO.,
1111 City Nat l Hk. Bldg. Omaha Neb a
FOR SALE Best large body htt;h-grade
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, 7Tol
bach. Neb. -
6 mltea went of city limits of Oman.;
Isnd lays gently rolling; 5 Si acre alfaltj,
about S acres pasture and about one acre
In grapes, balance in cultivation; new 6
room house and other good Improve.
raents. Price. $225 per acre.
" C. R.- COMBS.
Alt Brandels Theater, Omaha, Neb..
Frontier County Farm
400 acres, 200 acres In cultivation, bal
ance rough but good grating land, 2
miles from high school. 6-room house,
good outbuildings, 120-ton alio. . Price,
$16,000. Can give terms.
THE VOQEL REALTY AGENCY;
IMWfiW. O. W. Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
Custer County Farm
320 xcres, two miles ko town, 12 miles
of Broken Bow, 70 acres under plow,
balance good graslng land except 40 acrea
In alfalfa. R-room house, good outbuild
ings, 14 mile to high school. Price. $3t
per acre, $3,(00 cash; will carry balance.
THE VOQEL REALTY AGENCY.
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
For bargains in ranch land see
TRAVER BROS., 706 Omaha Bank Bldg.
480 Acres, Well Improved,
Bottlneaw county, North Dakota, all
under cultivation, t miles from Lansford,
a good town. Corn and alfalfa Is doing
fine here. Prloe, $44 per acre. Will take
a first mortgage as first payment.-
THE VOQEL REALTY AGENCY.
1018-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Omaha,- Neb.
FOR BALE A productive farm of 268
acres, good buildings, 300 grafted apple
trees in bearing condition1, good sugar
bush; good water (never failing);' land
easy to work; on B F. p. route; tele
phone 'connections; easy railroad con
nections; want to sell before Feb. 1, 1915.
If purchased of the undersigned owner
there will be . no agent a' commission . to
pay. Price $19 per acre. Terms easy. C. O.
Eldred, R. F. D. 2, Oneonta. N. Y. t
1,000 ACRES, large and small tracts; ab
solute title; Pittsburg Co.L farming, pas
ture, oil, coal land: $5 Id 12 par acre.
Write J. E. Cavanagh. Molester. Okl.
Best dairy and general crop state in the
union; settlers wanted; lands for sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let S4 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
Slate acrea waited. .Writ about our
grasing lands. It interested in fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards in
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Boo Line
By.. Minneapolis. Minn.
FARM for sale; must sell my Fellsmere
farm, SO acres, muck . prairie land.
Uphoff. 4o9 Times Bldg.. St. Louis. Mo.
FREE land. Realty and Buainesa Bui
letin; seller, buyers, everywhere, brought
together; new plan; no commission; quick
transfers; write for copy explaining all.
Buyers & Sellers' Union, Liadslrom,
Minn. . o
FOR SALE, at a bargain, 1,900 acrea of
Dakota land; actual valuation $32,000;
bargain price, $17,000. One quarter sec
tion Mountrail coifnty, N. D. ; one quarter
section McLain county, N, D. ; one quarter
section Stanley county, S. D.: eight quar
ter sections Perkins county, 8. D. Terms
Caah. TnfllllrA lOT.fl Riui-ii V Ptanlr VtAm -
'Minneapolis, Minn. o
IMPROVED farms. $26 per acre. Aif:4ra,
"veil, uwiun. 1 1 1 1 1 1 w I B k.rnii ii..ri
mental farms shew land very productive.
riJimiuiq; climate. ' u. cteuuins, hmv
FARMS FOR RENT
m ACRES 2'-i miles from Kadoka, So.
Dak., Jackson county; good for stock,
dairy and farming. Plenty water. - Key
to 1.000 acres more land, t years at 16
cents per acre. v ill sell on time for
$7 per acre. A. L. Richards, Drs Moines,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARMERS Do you need money We ne
aotlate for farm loans. 6 years at 6 ber
cent and 10 years at 6 Per cant, dealing
direct with borrower; 2'4 per cent straight
commission; correspondence solicited. Re
liable agent! wanted. ttecurtty rarm
Loans Assn., 0 N. Dearborn St., Chi
cago. 111. o
CITY and farm loans. 6. iW, 6 per cnt.
J, II. Dumoi.t at Ce.,lA03 Far nam, Omaha
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith at Co., 1330 Farnam.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE RETL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2715.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldg., 16th and Farnam Sts.
GARVIN BROS rSSLSt
fitX.- CITY LOANS. C. G. Carlberg Co..
OO 2it.312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Lurge loan a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, itta State Bank Bldg.
HONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Hinder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
SEE ua flist If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
l ACRES of land. rich, deep ulack loam
soil, perfectly level, without a foot of
waate; summer fallowed last aummer and
In perfect condition for seeding; located
144 nn Its from Drayton, N. D., a live town
of l,u Inhabitants in the most fertile eeo
tlon of Red river valley of the north. Crop
failure in thia locality Is unknown, and
market facilities unexcelled. This land
will pay for itself In one or two crops.
To trade for a clean, up-to-date stock of
farm imolementa in some aood town in
1 rafttern Nebraska, western Iowa or aoulh-
1 eastern Bouth Dakota, or wiil trade for
modem residence property In una ha at a
price of $n0 per acie. Addrtss F U7, lice.
REAL ESTATE VOTl EXCHANGE.
FRONTIER CO. BARGAIN.
Highly Improved farm of iM acres.
Land all lays fine and la excel Ian I soil.
Will exchange for good Omaha resideuca.
C. R. COMBS.
$1 Brandels Theater. Omaha. Neb.
It ACRES Tripp county. S. l.. ior sale
or trade. Win trade for city property,
rash or gen's' furnishing. For further
particulars addreaa H 4ni, Bee.
REAL ESTATENORTH HIDE
We have a practically new house, with
reception hall, living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantry and entry on the first
floor; two nice, large bedrooms and bath
on second floor; "arge closets, good fur
nace, full basement, shades, water meter,
etc.; pared street, close to school. Terms.
t-.'O cash, balance very low monthly
payments. $231 Ames Ave.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doug. 42T0.
FOR THE MAN OF
'-h53(250 1 -1 "
Buys t-room bungalow, every modem
convenience and several hullt-ln features.
Owner is really sacrlfloina at this price:
$: down; balance like rent; near Kountae
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Brand! Blrtg.o
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Field Club District
Five-room press brick cottaae. all mod
ern, east front lot, $a.0.
C. G. CARLBERG, '
S12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
RKAL ESTAT E W EST 8 IDE
$4,800 8-room, 2V.-etory mod
ern houBe, electric lights and $u,
hardwood finish, full cemented base
ment. . Splendid location. Terra
made to suit.
13.200 7-room. 2-story modern
house, hot water heat, south front
lot. Full cemented basement with
laundry. Good location, imposing
neighborhood.' Terms If desired.
W. T. SMITH CO.
D. 8819. 1111 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg o
2 Blks to 36th and
3132. $10 cash, $1 per week.
Can you beat this?
O 'Kcefe Roal Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 271R.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
In a Home
Of Your Own.
Pay $30 Cash
And Move In
This house la located south ot Hatis-
com park, one block from tho West Hide
car line It la a brand new, all modern
S-room bungalow, well built and very
I Also Have a Pretty
In a beautiful North Side location, which
you can move Into after making a caah
payment of $33.00.
Thin house fronts east and la modern
throughout, with principal rooms fin
ished In oak.
The monthly payments on either of
these housea aro low enough to place
them within the reach of any man who
would like to make his rent money go
more than Dav for tho mere privilege of
living in the house of landlord.
It you want 10 inspeui mese nouses,
telennone In today and I will arrange to
end a car for you.
E. P. WRIGHT
Call Douglas 2926. '
Evening: After 6:30 p. m. Phon Wal
A Beautiful Home
Located In good residence portion of the
city within 16 minuies walking distance
of retail district. Tula la an exceptional
bargain, as the owner actually wants to
sell It; tt rooms and sleeping porch,
strictly modern and up to date, nearly
new and very complete, 3 rooms Including
a beautiful big living room, on flrat
floor; $ rooms, bath and sleeping porch
on 2d floor. Best of heavy oak floors
throughout the entire home. Very at
tractive interior; atonn windows and
screens for every outside opening, nlcoly
decorated, window shades, water meter,
In fact absolutely complete. ..
Let us rhow tnts home Immediately it
you are looking tor a snap.
230 Omaha Nat. Rank Rldg. D. 408.
noo caph. baianceTmonthlV. "
We have several houses, modern and
partly modern, large and small, north
and south side. Why not be your own
landlord? Haven't you noticed that the
property owner seoma to be better off
financially than yourself ? Come In and
talk the matter over.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Douglaa 17111. Ware block.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Will make big sacrifice for quick sale
of three apartment brick flats; close In,
well located, always rented at $00; worth
$7,000; take lfss than $i,0o0. Investigate
Glover & Spain
Doug. 3962. 19- City National.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Pi. ED Abstract Co., oldest abstract ef.
tic in Nebraska. iM P ndala Theater.
KERR 11 He Guarantee ea A ba tract Cw
a Boode.-a abstract office. 8. 17(b $t
phone Douglas (47.
Own your own
home. You can
purchase one on
payments like rent.
Read the real es
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Flour Miller. Report Advance $
Result of the Higher Quota
tioni on Wheat,
CORN UNCHANGED, OATS HIGHER
OMAHA. Jan. 6. 191.V
There was conaMerable In the wheat
newe end clrcumalancs on this side of
the water that might be called bullish.
Mlllera at Chicago and Minneapolis, as
well as many other markets reported ad
vance of r.Kic for flour over night.
Millers around Chicago showed moie or
lest uneasiness yesterday regarding
wheat siippllea and purchased 17;v hu.
The purchases here on export account
were reported small at ."AOnO bi.
Com closed with no change to speak of.
Considerable atrength waa shown early,
but when It waa known that the country
was a heavy seller of cash there v-re
largely tncreeeed offerings and a conse
quent sharp break.
Oata were ifA,o higher. .The trade was
bearish and the market eperlepeed con
siderable trouble in reacting from tha
lower prices. Argentine curb markets
were $'c higher because ot the recent
Provisions were active with a great
many small orders for ribs and tho mar
ket waa ot considerable Weadth.
Hard winter wheat was lWc higher.
Durum wheat was unchanged.
Corn waa uncharged to Vc higher.
Oats were unchanged to o hla-her.
Oearancea were: Wheat and flour,
equal to 662,000 bu.; corn, none; oats,
Liverpool closed nominal: wheat, not
quoted; corn, mffmd higher.
Primary wheat recelpta were WS.fMO bu.
and shipments S79.000 bur. against recelpta
ot 60R,ono bu. and shipments ot 358,000 bu.
Primary core receipts were 1.714. 0O0 bu.
and ahipments 1.2W.000 bu.. against re
ceipts of l.loi.oOo hu. and shipment! of
6W.000 bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts were 64S.0O0 bd.
and shipments 1,133.000 bit., against re
ceipts of 7M.fio hu. and ahipments f "37,
000 bu, last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
ft. Louis ...
'These cash sale were rennrted -Wheat:
No. 3 hard winter: 3 cars, $1.W; 3H care,
$l.l. No 4 hard winter: 1 car. $1.14. No.
if durum. 1' cars. t.ib: 1 car, $1.44. "am
ple; u car, $1.1S. Corn-No. 2 white: 1
car. 67Vc; No. 3 white: 2 cara, 6-ic; $
ears. 6ye. No. s white: 1 car, c. No. I
yellow: l car, !Wc. No. 8 yellow: I cara,
Wc; $ cars. Otic. No. 4 yellow: 9 cars,
UMic No. 6 yellow: 1 csr, 6tic. No. 3 mixed:
1 car. (near while). KVic No. ;) mixed: 1
car, SSc: 3 cars, 66e: 3 cars, (KVsc No.
4 mixed: 3 cars, STiVc, iSample: 1 car
(flint). sWc. Oats No. 3 white: 1 car.
4!r: 1 car, 40c, No. 4 white: I car, 4!c.
Aamnln: A cara ikIXr. Hva 3- 1 rar
$1.07. No. . Vcar. $1.06. No. 4: 1 car, $1.0.1.
Omaha Caah rrlces Wheat : No. 3 hard,
$1.21.2i: No. 3 hard, $1.!W1.W(H: No.
4 hard, ll.16Wl.3S; No. 3 white. l.3ofl.w;
.no. a spring, it.24ri.z: o 3 durum,
$1.441.4X; No. S durum, $1,430-1.44. Corn:
No. l white. iTrio: No. white, iwto
67V; No. 3 white. 66ViafiSf: No. 4 white,
M'ilWlrc: No. S white, UtHWHe: No.
white, Rhifiie: No. I yellow, wsntitiTe;
Nn a vellnw. RUfflMiC- Nn. 3 veltnw. Mt
4: No. 4 yellow, bSiftWlc: No. i yellow,
K5fHiRe:No. 1 mixed. SMi66Vc: No. 3 mixed,
HfA,!8iUAc: No. 3 mixed. SS'ic; No. 4
mixed, 6i4ittfic: ino. mixed, xpne;
No. mixed. 4Hirt4c. Oats: No. $
white, 19',4fI4'.W4e: standard, 49,tf'4Hc; No.
I white, 49W4i'4c; No. 4 white, 4nvhj4"o.
Barley: Malting, 4r72c; No. 1 feed. tW
80c. Rye: No. 2. $l.ttftfl.07; No. $, $l.o
CHICAGO GRAIJt AND PROVISION"
Feat a res of the Traalaa; aad Closing;
Prices on Board of Tradel
CHICAGO, Jan. 6.--Be!tef prevslled to
day with a majority of wheat traders
that at least a temporary reaction waa
due after the sudden big advance during
averaged oecioeaiy lower tnan tor the
at the flnleh closed lVkc to lWa'fftO under
last nlglit. Other leading staplca, too, all
showed a setback corn Vidi He to - He,
oats d snd provisions TV4! to lfitjlTHc
Desire to realise on holdlnga rather
than to undertake fresh commltmenta at
present was evident from (lie outset in
the wheat pit. Even exporters were said
to he reselling in a limited way where a
good profit waa to be had at once, and
there was.difftculty In obtaining Imme
diate ocean freight room.
Numerous rallies took place in the
wheat market, but quotations here st no
time succeeded In equalling yesterday's
top level. As a rule, country dealers snd
farmers remained steadfast In demanding
higher prices, and millers were active
buyers, but the sgsregate amount taken
by foreigners anywhere in the I"nlted,
ritataa today waa said not to exceed W0,-
Corn acted heavy in eympatny witn
wheat. Bhliirdna- sales were not of en
couraging volume and there were larger
Oats merely reneciea TO course m
other cereals. The bulk of the trade was
Provisions sagged. Influenced by grain
and hogs and packers led the selling.
Orsin prices furnished by Logan &
Bryan. $18 Bouth Sixteenth street:
Artlolel Open. I High. I Low. I Close.l Yes'y
19 00 19 11
19 42-4$ 19 80
10 73V 10 74f 10 67H 10 7.1
11 OTVillO 95-071 10 97ti 11 05
10 124 10 1?4 10 12-l 10 25
io s,! io 80 I io ui io eo-tf
Chicago Cash frlcea Wheat: No.' 2
red, $l.Jl.8Mt): No, 2 hard. $1.33'1.3SV..
Corn: No. 2 yellow, ToUfiWIte: No. 3
yellow, 4tl94c. Oats: No. 3 white.
6lV42V4c; standard. KMWas. Rya.
No. 2. $1.1301 14. Rarley: Utigliv. Seed -:
Timothy, I40WS.50; olovwr, lU3.5a i5.0a
Provlalons: Pork, $17.00; lard, $10,074;
ribs, $.7!5U 35.
HOTTER Lower: creamery, 34uS3c.'
POTATOES Higher; receipts, i uars;
Michigan and Wlaconsln red, 4(wilc;
Michigan and Wlacon.ln white, 4on4c.
K;USBtedy; recelpta, ,44S caa.a; at
mark, cases Included; 2ft34c; , ordinary
firsts, Sl'jj'iJc: (irate, 'MtQiic. .
New Yark Geaeral Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. . Sl'OAR-Ra w.
firm; molaaaea. $.Sc; centrlf ugul, 4.04c.
Refined, steady. Futures mora active
and from $ to 8 points higher at noon.
Sales. t tons.
BUTTER Unsettled: recelpta 8.878
tubs; creamery extras (93 score), 3o4c;
creamery (high souring), 3Q34c; cream
ery firsta. Xi45c.
CHEK.BB Irregulsr; receipts, 835 boxes;
state, whole -milk held average fancy,
15il&tc: state, fresh specials. HVfflSu,
state, averase fancy, U14V.
I-:iGS Strong; receipts, a x&3 esses:
freah gathered, extra flue, 434i44c; extra
firsts, 4'ic; firsts, 40$41c; seconds, Kfyxic;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby hennery,
whites, fine to fancy, 474tic; aame, gath
ered, whltea, 40447c; same, hennery,
browns, 40 4ic; same, gathered, browns
and mixed colors, 3M144c.
POULTRY nreeeed. firmer: western
i-oaating chickens. lfxlSc; treah towls, 13
17c; turkeys. 12:.
POT.'L.TR T Live, Irregular; western
chickens. 14c;, fowls. HSjl5'c. turkeys.
MlaaeapaJla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. a. WHEAT
May, $1.3111.314; Jul, 31. Ji asked
No. i nara, i.n; sso. I northern
tll.344: No. 3 nor
COHN No. 8 yellow, S5V4A.c.
OATA No. $ white, 4SiJjo.
Kaaaaa lty Grata mi FraTlslaas.
KANSAH CITY, Jsr . WHEAT No.
2 herd. $l.I7Vh1.: No. red. u.nM
l.!3: Msv. $13'.; July, $l.lbSl.l',.
BUTTKR (.'retmery. 13c; firsts, 31c;
tecuniis. 3Kr; packing atrx a. ia4c.
YA Firsts. Xle aeconls. Ziv.
CORN-No. i mixed, JOc, Ko. t white.
:o',)f70'tc; May. 71Hfl71ci July. TSt.lt
OATS-.No. t white. 41:c; No. 3 mixed,
rot LTRT-Ilene. Kc; roosters. 10Hc;
OMAHA t.tw.ERAt, MAKKBT.
PUTTER No. 1. 1-Ib, cartons. 81c; No.
S. MK inba. c.
CI1KK8K Imported, gwlea. tc; Amer
K'Sn wlaa, 38c: block Rwlss, Ko; twins,
lc; cliilalea, tic! triplets, 17c; Young
Americas lNWjc: blue label brick, 17e; llm
burger, Mb.. SOo; 1-lb . 10c; New tork
white, lSc; Imported French Itofluetort,
rlSJI Trout, Ur; large crepples. lie;
salmon, lie; halibut, life; channel cat-ti-h.
I'ic: pike. 14c; pickerel. 10c.
4'OULTKY-Urollere, 14Hc: aprlng chick
ana, 11c; hena, fctflle; corks. So; ducks,
10c; geese, ac ; turkeys, lo plgaona, per
cos , w)c: duck a, full feathered, oc; geese,
full feathered, $c; sguabs. No, 1, $l.to; N
Iif-ef Cut Prices: No. 1 rlba, 1S'4c; No.
2 rlba. l'c; No. 3 rlba, llc;, No. i lolna,
SOc; No. 2 loins, 17c; No. 3 lolna, Uc;
No. I chucks. 104c; No. 2 chucka.
No. chucka. c; No. 1 rounda, l;c; No.
2 rounda. I."v; Nn. $ rounds, 11c; No. 1
plate.-., t,c. No, i plates, 8Vl N'O. 3
Market qitbtatlons furnished by Olllnakl
Kru t company!
KRUlTeV Oranges, per box, Kxlra fancy
Waalungton Naveia, . Ma, 10ds and 113s,
:.0. l.V. 2.:6; 160h, $2M1; 17a, Sals. le,
$1.76. Lemons, per Jiox, fancy Kunkist. 300s,
th0, $4.e0; choice Red Kails, It "V Orape
frulla, pr box, 3-.a, 6ta, Ma and) oa, $2. SO.
A pi lea, per box, extra fancy Waahlngtnn
White Itiver 1'eaimalnea. $?0i; fancy,
$l.7f; extra fancy Washington Wlneaapa,
gl.75: 8i..nlr. $!..&; Oreaon Hulls-
enhergs, $I..V; Colorado una rapped -Jonathans,
$1.3.'-; Washington extra fancy
HiHvera, $1 40; small Jonathans, $1.10;
fancy Colorado Wealthy", $1.10; fancy
Colorado Mediations, $1.10; fancy Colo
rado Vlteis, tl.lo: Idaho fancy Grimes
Ooldcn. $1.M; choice, Jl.fS; fancy Wash-
InKton Orlinra Oolden, II 60; fnncy Colo
rado Maiden Pluah, $1 16; fancy Idaho
Jonathans. $1.3T; Fultona. $1.; Straw
berry, $1 iS; Woir Hlver, $1 35; New
York Hiieaets, $3 00; Rlack Twiga,
I.1.V), Orapea, California Itmperors, per
l.bl., $3.t); per crate, $l.R; extra fancy
Malajsas, per bbl.. $tt00, ear per box.
Anions, $3: Jerseys, $? ..; fheldona,
ti.; Iawrence. $30i; llocco. $2.3; Heater.
$:.. ltananas, per bunch, $1.7r.'rtt.S0.
crsnhrrrles. -r hbl., Jeraeya. $H0;
cheaper Jerseva, $n.oo-, late liowea, $i.OO.
Limes, per hov, $1.7S.
VEUBTAPLES Cuullflower, Per crate,
$3.00; cucumbers, per box. $1.(4; celery,
per dos.. Jumbo, ".V; Michigan, $5c; let
tuce, per dos., leal, 40c; head, ll.'O;
onions, per lb., yellow and red, 2c; white.
S'V; cabbage, tier lb., lVic; peppers, per
basket, SOc- tomatoea per crate, $4.00;
caions, shallots, per do.. Mo; Italian gar
lic, per lb., JOc; aouash, per lh., me;
pumpkins, per lb., IV. I'.Hatoea, per bu.,
Idahoa, 70c.; Red River Ohio, 5c; Minne
sota Whites, tioc. Sweet potatoes, per
bbl., Kansas, 3.W.
MISCKLlANKOI'H Nuts, per lb.. No.
1 Calltorntn, walnuts, IKc; fllberta, l.V
pecans. llVkc: Braslla, 1-Hc almonds, ?V;
cocoanuts, per sack, $3.75; per dos., TRc.
Klga. per box, 13 13-os., We: M g-oa, $ .on.
Pates, sugar walnut, per box. $1.40; Hal
l.iwl, per lb., 8c. rthelled popi-orn, per lb..
4c; ornckerjack, per case, $3 60: ae.
$1.15; checkers, per case, $3 60, H case, JXTo.
Honev, per case. I3.7S. Cider, N. t, per
keg, $3.50; per bbl., $.00. Cs.aha Ucms,
per crato, I1.75W 00.
St. totals (iratii Market.
8T. LOUS Jn. 8. WH RAT No,
red. $1.32; No. 3 hard, $1.33tf 1.33H; May.
$1.RJ: July. $l.l!u,.
coRN-No. 2. 70'ic: No. 3 white, Tlcj
May, 75Tkc; July. TftSWii'.
OATSNo. 3. 53ti5.'itc; No. 2 white,
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. . WHEAT No. 1
Manitoba, Us 4d; No, 3. 11a: No. I hard
winter, 11a. Futures, nominal.
CORN Snot, nominal; January, tm
FLOUR-Wlnter patents, 3K d.
NEW YORK, Jan. 8. COFFEE The
market for coffee futures was mors
active today and prices were higher on a
bullish view of tho world's visible supply
m t m .nmunt wnWa e9 m t If in tnna I . ,1,a
I . . . 'r..iVk ..ri... vw.n.n t..-
j)n(l( coveriB by rccent sailers and Sotne
aunuort from local trade intereaia. The
orM.nlnB w vllrt ,nd unchanged, but
huvlna orders soon reached the rtna In
considerable volume and the market
closed at a net advance ot t to 14 points.
Sulca were 43,:;0 bags. January, S.lHc;
Kebruarv, g27c; March. 8.34c: April, $.43o',
May, 6.5.1c; June. .43c; July, 7.84!; Au
gnat, 7.42c: -Heptemher, 7.50c: Octoler,
i.uTe; November, 7.63c; December, 7.70o.
Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7, 7V4c: Pantos. No.
vemlicr. 9Tio. Cost and freight offers
were reported unchanged to 1$ points
higher. Rased on foreign estimates of
t he K.uronean stocks, the world's visible
aupply statement indicated a decrease of
1B9.020 bsgs during December, compared
with an Incresso of g!W.4." bags last year.
making the supply January l. .w.&i
bags, against 13,&S7,553 bags last year.
Rio. 75 re la higher, at 4$fl. cantos, un
...if VAl) 1 T m a U VT IT D A
i r. y i
quiet, $1.75ffrt.85; London, 18. Ppelter,
Steaa. W).e.nni.v-, ljunuun, e. .
Tin: . Quiet; five-ton lots. $33Kl34.0(l
twenty-five-ton lots offered st $33.00. Cop
per firm: electrolytlo, $13.0(11813.50: caet.
Ing. $13 751) 13.28. Iron, quiet and un
At London: Spot copper, 59 5s; fu.
tures, 59 10. Spot tin, HSl los; futures. I14H,
ST. IXnf4, Jan, ,METAll Lead,
higher. $3.;S4&a.o. CpelUr. higher, $0.58
NEW YORK. Jan. 6.-COTTON Spot,
quiet: middling uplands, 8.05c. No salea.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 8. COTTON B pot,
quiet; good middling, -B.04d; middling,
f 74d; low middling, 4. Sid; sales. 7,000 balea
Cotton futures cloaed barely steady;
January. 7.87c; March. 8.05c; May, 8 25c;
July. 8.4'tc; August, 8.52c; October, 8.Jej
The cotton market cloaed barely steady
st a net decline ot 9 to 15 points.
Dry Uewds Market.
NEW YORK, Jsn. fc DRY OOODrW
Cotton goods were steadier snd more
active. Worsted yarns were strong. The
partial lifting of the embargo on ship
ments of wool from Australia was weir
coined'. Laces and embroideries were
Kvaporated Apples aad 8)rled FrsMe
NEW YORK. Jan. 8. EVAPORATED
DRIED FKU 1TB Prunes, firm. Apri
cots snd peachea, quiet and steady.
Raisins, steady; choice to fancy seeded,
CHICAGO LIVE 8TOCK MARKET
Market glow Hogs
l a set-
tied tkeesi Firm. '
CHICAOO, Jan . CATTLE Recelptai
17. W head; market stow; native steers,
K.r4't.BO: western, 84 i.fi0 rows ana
heifers. $2.iia7.i); calves, $;.7!if9 10.50.
HOOS Receipts. 5,J liead; market,
nntettled; averaged a shade higher; hulk,
7 lt'7.30; light, i.iii7.ao; mixed. $7.0i
7.16; heavv. $7.007.35; rough. $7.la7.lOl
I in, :.bu..
HHKEP AND I.AM DB Receipts, 28,u
head: market firm: sheep. $5 SOfwUS;
yearlings. tti.aikQ7.b6; lambs, $i.7034.M-
Kaaaaa City Live Btttck Market. '
KANSA8 CITY. Mo.. Jan. 8 CATTLE
ReceipU, 3.500 head: market steady; prime
fed ateera, $S.7i'a 9.75 : dresaed leef steers,
$7.K'fl 50; western steers. $7.2&0'.TB; slock
ers and feeders. $6 2."4j'7.8u; bulls, Jo.sOjt
S.75: cslves, $H.flO10.36.
HOUtl Receipts. 13.900 head: market
higher; bulk. $7.10e7.30; heavy. $7.30r7.30;
J ackers snd butchers. I7.iyj7.30; light.
7 liKij7 2I4; pigs, $n.kKu.k6.
BHEEP AND LAM RS-Receipts. 4.000
head: market higher; lambs. $8.xvfi.00;
yearllnga, lit 6(Kfi7 75; western wethers,
$5.50ij.; swes. $5.3p88.Q.
' St. Loals Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Jsn. 8 CATTLE Re-
n.lnla t fafatl ltaai-1 ntarUstl mtmmAw skalliAd
. Wd hl.fer.:
$.i.omi.7i,; slockers and feeders. $S.2r.q7.;
southern steers, f.iom i.tu; cows sua nail
ers. $400-06.00; native calves, $.0B.3&.
HOOS Receipts, 13.100 head: market
higher; plga and llghta, $.0a7.$0; mixed
and butchers. $7.1047.$5; good heavy, $7.30
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, 3. W0
head: market steady: native muttons,
M ;tv.7i. lambs. $s.8-80; yearlings, $7.j
No matter what you want It will save
you time snd money tf you use ISse
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Desirable Hindi of CU1 Steady and
Otheri Slow and Weak Sheep
Steady to Strong.
HOGS NOT FAA IHOM STEADY
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. , 118.
Recelpta were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Official Mondav .T1 32.8
Official Tueadav .40 13.313 .!
Estimate Wednesday.. 4.500 14.000 13.50U
Three daya this wk. .1(1.711 M.Tt 44048
Same daya last week. j!4. 430 iet.00 Tt Wi
Hame daya $ was. sgo. 7,W 31. 13.r0
Pame dave $ wka. ago.IO,' .SV1 10.131
Pame days 4 wks. ago.17.7VJ 17.0 VX.4M
Hamo days last year...l.4 M.10S $3,730
The followtr g table a hows ttie receipts
of rattle, lioga and sheep at tne riouth
Omaha Ihe stock market for the year to
date, as voraparrd wlte iat year:
l1lt. . I!14. Inc,
Cattle n.M 1$72 $.T4
lloga i 40.01$ !. 12,To4
bheep 47.M0 8J,!45 le,l
The following table shows the average
price for hogs at the ttouth Omaha li
stock market for tho last few, nays, with
Date, l14. UM3.
1 li 051 T Ml k l $ S
I tu T eai 3 0a 34
T 1$ $ ; I $i $
t 1$ 1 tf 3 11 I 41
t OS T A
I ? u
Pec. 35. Holiday.
1 MV ? WI t 831 W I W 'J -W
1 7 Ml T l i T 1W i W
T 07 W t TO: $ 30! I
T 04 T W I $e T Ca si i
1 mw I Ml 7 M 1 u; 1 a;- 3 H
J-ec. ui.i T la'si T Mi 7 ox I I"
J l I Kl K, 1 M -
T VSi 1 8I T OK iti 7 M ' I '
i 7 $t 7 IV ft 901 $ l J l
7 0, I 7 14 6 M 7 i 8 TO
7 OJ-S, T $S
, t 3si t on; t iij s : ; y
ilTW.IT IS' 17! 7 ft'! 8 4ll 8 7S
CATTLE Receipts this morning num
bered lHi cara. The average quality of
the rrertpt waa fat from good, tnere"
bring a big surplus of trash. The total
receipts for the three daya this week
foot up 16,711 head, being the largest et
sny similar period Since mree we.ka sgo,
snd Isrger than a year ago by 1,01 head.
Considering the total number of cattle
In the yarrta, the offerlnss of beef steers
were really very moderate, while strictly
good beeves were very scarce. There wa4
a very fair buying femand, so that while
the market opened slow, the desirable
cattle changed handa In very fair seaaon
at prlcea not materially different from
those paid yesterday. Common and In
ferior graden were slow and-weak to
poaalhly a little lower In some spots.
Cows and helfera did not show muoti
hai.go as compared with ytsterday, price
an a rulo helru uun.ni 'auoiii ateauy
WhliS the market waa not exactly What
might be quoted active there was a
reaannahlo movement so that prtty
much everything was disposed of by mtu
dsy. Oood, flashy feeders wre sought after
and were generally steady wltn yester
day, The supply of (Such csttle waa
small snd under free buying waa a on
exhausted On the other hand, light arid
thin stockera and trashy stock o. all
kinds, tif which there naa been a surplna
r.t late, were alow Snd weak to possibly
a little lower.
U'lotationa on Cattle-Pi Ime yearlings,
$lhv.ijo; good to choice coiufe-l neevea,
U.trftyg.io; fair to gooq cornfel beevea,
$7.80yS.OO;conimon to lair cornfed beevea,
$6.5iiu7.k': good ta chJce range
beevea, I7.7V2; fair to good comred
beevea, a.T4tf 7.7T; common to fair corn
fed beevea, 35.7MS"S; good to eholoe
heifers, $iU.: good to c iioi. e cotvs.$6.78
44.00; fair to good cows, $ft.0iS.; com
mon to fair cows, 34.OOA8.00; good io
choice stockera and feeders, gT.SMiS.lO:
fair to good stockers and fewd.ru, $6.7ik
7.95; common to fair rtuckers snd feed
ere, $o.7n.75; stock heifers, $a.3fir 3"!
stock onwa. 34.7,',.7S: siora calvaa. 3.0(Kul
I. CO; veal calves, $"noiXa3.76; bulls, stag",
Mtxi itecelpts were very liberal,
mmothln. UWa viVt .11, n- il IWl tit.ad
comprising the day's offerings. Thirty-
six rsrs ot tnesa were reported as Doing
shipped direct to a packer from another
market point. For the threat .lava the
supply totals 36,791, a gain of aimot 11,.
Ooo over last week, and about i.ftno larger
than a year ago., ) -'.
Considering the fact that receipts were
so generous, the trsda opened out in fair
shape, and a number of sales were made
on the eiirly rounda that looked to t.
strong to hi aome rases a nickel higher
than yesterdsy's average. This did nuts
last very long, however, and before any
great number of hogs had been sold bids
had weakened untu they were no more
then steady, Prom this time nn the trad
was very dun. as sellers were trying te
got bark to early prices, but the market
moved along aiowir until most or tne
hoga were-sold at prlcea that were about
atesdy. Towsrd the does vslues weak
ened again,, and some of the last saies
were hardly as good es Tuesday's gen
eral market, there being a number of
loadastlll unsold at the Urn of closing
The average market was uttie setter
than steady. Hulk of the supply sgala
sold st $7.t7.05, with a top of $7.11, the
highest price that has been paid so tsr
this week. For the three daya prices
show a net decline of close to 15c.
fcHEEP It was a good, active market
on sheep snd iambs, w ith prtc-s steady te
strong all around, notwithstanding ths
arrival ot a liberal run for a Wednesday
amounting to 11,300 head, compered wltg
10.44H a week ago and 9.639 on theioorre
ponding day a year ago. Chicago was
reported as having 3B,0W head, with trad
slow and weak. Aged sheep, which con
sisted largely of fed western ewes, were
scarce compared with yesterday, conxe
quently moved first with a range of
prices st $6kxs5.U. The quality and eon.
dltlon of the offerings were not aa good,
some of them being a little wet because
of the rain. As Ismbs were more plenti
ful, the demand was not as urgent.' A
spresd ot 88.46(34.60 caught the bulk et
the fed western Ismbs, with a shipment
or req Mexican oiierings mam rig a top
It was a fairly satisfactory mara-et
from a seller's viewpoint, aa the feeling
to the trade has Improved since the clot
of last week In splta of the frt that
some 44,0(9 head of sheep and lambs hsvs
been reported In for the week to dele,
ss compared with 27.89 or tho same time
last week, 13,ff) two weeks ago and
W.7;W A year sgo. Th qualltv of the of.
tarings each day lias been good eaeti day,
with Montana, Colorado, Nehraaka and
Iowa being the chief contributors. H
might be added that common light lambs
sold to a feeder buyer on today a market
Quotations on sheep snd Ismbs: Lambs,
good to rhi'lee, $k.4M4i,70; lambs, fair to
good, $7.tt.40; yearllnga, good to choice,
fr at.ttO; yearllnga, fair to good, $7.0o
7.25; wethers, good to choice, $l.2&f.5o;
wethers, fair to good. HMWlJb; ewes,
good to choice, $S.Wtlt.SC, ,.wes. fslr to
Ho. Av. Price,
liil fed lambs TO $ 80
0 fed ewes ..,
SOS fed Ismbs t.
26 fed lambs
34 feeder lambs
&6 fed lambs . .,
108 fed swes
14 out ewee .....
183 fed ambs ,
14 cull Ismbs ....
ill fed lambs
m fed lambs .....
$&$ fed lambs
413 Colorado ewes
M fed lambs ....
SBBS fed ' lamba
OR)B-Tbe supply of horses
week has been rather moderate.
about CuO head belnc received. The Qua
Ity was not very good, but about ataady
prlcea were maintained. It might be
added, however, that prevailing prloes
are not in accordance with the Ideas held
by country shippers, who hsvs been lod
to expect a very high market on ac
count of the newspaper talk regarding
the demand for war horses. It is a fact
that war hora.s sr. In good demand, but
the country eeeme to pave an oxaggsr-
lad Idea as to prices.
Bt. Jesesh Live toels stasket.
gT. JOBKPH. Jan. CATTLB Re
ceipts, $.0us bead. Market stroag: ateera,
$7.0ui0.0U; cuwi and belters, ti.2csj9.C0;
calvaa. $6. 006160.
H(Kl Receipts. 10.000 head. Market
higher; top, $7.38; bulk ef sales. $7.uu7.ie.
SHKEP AND LAM-Bfl Receipt a, u0
bead. Mark.t higher: lambs. t?.7ia3.eo..,
Oil A HA, Jan. g Bank clearings for
Omaha toay ware $3,604,144.88, and for the
corresponding day last year t3.603.uuii.7i
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Ftovei Independence by Making
Further Though Uneven Frog"
re$i Towtvrd Betterment.
DECLINE IN THE FIRST HOUR
NEW YORK. Jan. 8.-The local Stock,
market again proved ita Independence!
today by making further though uneven
progress toward betterment, regardless
of the London market, where the Ameri
can list evinced greater haavlnese. Ca- ,
nadlan Pactftr, Font hern Fartfta and Ft.
Paul wrro the moat backward features
ef the foreign market, but Pennsylvania
and New York Central also manifested
Initial dealing ih-re had sll of their
recent Irregularity with an abrupt de
cline In the first hour, early reports of
the subway accident causing an all sround
break In InterhorouKh . lenuee. Gould
stocks Ister exhibited renewed weakness,
Missouri Pacific, Denver and Rio Orande
preferred and ft. Louis Southwestern
falling to low records. Among the spe
cialties, Virginia-Carolina Chemical pre
ferred declined 16 points to Its minimum
price of 80, with a three-point gain for
the common stock.
Hethlehem Steel led the Industrial di
vision, the stock tor the flrat time in
manv yeai-a passing tile current quotation
for United States Kteel. The latter waa
again offered for European Interests, ac
cording to report, but held gteady
throughout. A majority of the day's
galna were In soeuritiea of secondary Im
portance, the list closing with moderate)
firmness after a further Irregular de- '
cllne. - '
Light was thrown on the recent trans
fer of $2.O00,0tO sold from the essay of
fice hv the announoement that the metal
had boen deposited at one of the leading
National banks to the credit of the Bank
of Prance. Other news bearing upon tna
foreign situation Included reduced nis
counts by tho national banks of Denmark
snd . Sweden. London's own markets
wero' steady, with some broadening ot
Iinnfla were li-reguiar, wun m ou
tlines In Some vulnerable lasues.
United Mates government bonds were
unchanged on call. ' ,
Number ot saies and leading quotation
on stocks todsy were: .
File.. Him. U"
Aa-aiueuue- Opper ,
Anerlian Beet 6uar....
Amarlraa S. . ft
Am. S. ft pM
Am. Knnr Helming
An.erlna T. T. .......
Aa,.rlr.a Tabaoco .......
Haiti isnre A Oil In
Btwkira npi4 Tr
rallmrnla 1'atrnlaum ...
( hmptiM Ohio
t hlcaao O. W
rhi. m. a w. p....
( hii.it. a n. tv .-
C-olor1a fual S Iron...
( olorol. A Southern
Iienvar lllo (traivl.....
fi'iiver 4a H. O. plil ...
tilallltrr' seourHIti ...
f(rt Nurtham ptd
rirtai K. (ire run
1 1 1 Innla Cratrnl
Inlerhnrnuth Mat. ptd...
Inplraiinn ('.oppae .......
International H.rveater .
K.n.x City houthrrit...
Mlaapurl, K. A T. .......
National Lead ......
N Yark central
t.rte nvi ss
too 11 't
Lima lui liiH 1-(.
KO 113 112V II-"
N Y., N. H. A H....
Nr-rolh A waitam. ......
Northaia Parltle ........
'arllli- T. A T
Pulloriui ynlara Car.....
Htr Cna. C'apptr..
"Ihlic Iron Btaal...
hn-k laland O
Rock Jtlanil rn. ptd
Kt. u g. r. 3d pid..
Siuth.nt Vtltlc ........
, Teanaee Copaar
I'nlon larlHn pM
00 toil loon iwis
' ..... ..... ' ti
"l.iiA l'di"' t'oiii lnV,H
en. IM 1.1R
(00 t 1T,
tnil.J Htutaa Hiaal ...
it.im ti 1
V. g. Slaal pld (tint lnn 111., nK
rtah cope" . - t, we 4t 4'., (.
Waha.h pfd ,1 , i
Wietara I'nlon SO) 't M M i .
W.atlmrhomw glertrle ., ' not -701 1,11 71
Total ulea for ttia 1:0,100 abarrs.
I ulea for
Neif York Money Market. .
, NFAV YORK. Jan. .-PRlMR MKR
4'ANTtLR PAPER-4T('i per cent.
HTKRLINd 1 UXCHANOIS Barely,
steady: sixty-day hills, $4.8it;, for cables,
$4.K; for d.niand. $4.84h0.
SILVER Bar. 4V; Mexican dollars,
BONDfWiovernmcnt, steady; railroad '
T1MR U1ANR trulU sixty snd ninetv
d)a, 3Hia. per cent; six months, llftS-i. ,
, per cent.
, CloHlng quotstlons on bonds today wars
as follows: , , .
V. g. rf. ua, rag.... T M. Pie. eT. ts.,.. M .
do eoupaa 7 N. V. c a. ..,. T
17. S. rag ISIV, N.Y. City 4V 'M..l(l
do iwupaa luoN. T. Stat 4Ha....lokM
V. S. 4a. rag Ins N. V.. N, FI. H
d Mupoa 10(4 ev. Si ioe
TaaaSia a. eoupoa.,100 J(o. P.clfl. 4a.. ...... sh'I
Am. faifltorl S ..t"H 4o 3s I..!!
A. T. T. . 4VM f)T0. S. U rt. 4a...-. ST.J
Armoor A Co. 4'a.. li Pan. T. T. aa.... tb
Aifhiaon son. (.... i f-mnn. roa. 4a .... 7Ti
II. I. Ohl. 4a. SRaadlas f. 4a., ... 5
Chea. Ohl, Vii. 3. A a. r. i 4s Si's
i!.IHWiS So ref. 4a...??.
('. It I. A r. a. 4a S4 da ov. Da Si!
A H. raf. 4'ii.. St So. Rallaae t.. ... Mv!
U A K. a. rat. MM Vnlos PacUle 4s.. B4V
Krla an. 4a........ S7 4a tr. 4a....j.. m
iim. f.ieu. 4a im V. S. Itnhbar U...'oni
fit. No. lat 4&a... t V. K fitaal Si
III. Can. r'f. 4a.... s Wihaih i.t i,.... . 1
iK. C. So. r. b.... Slts'WeM. i!Bo 4i....r
I N. unl. (a.... M Wt. K1ki. . la . si
M. K. A T. lat i. 74 ' 1 ,
Local Storks aad Boada. '
Qua(atlaB farntahag r Sums, Brlakaf I (a.
44 Onuha Nllloual task kulialogi . ..
Stooka- Bid. AskM.
Paae. A Oft. M , aW IS
J alruiont Craaoiary T par east M... li
K.irnwnt CYaatuary 4 par Mat uar.. Suul lea
M cur. lain Staiaa T. A f...., saw
(iai.ua A C. B. H. A :
OmaUa 0. B. L Hr. aid,
Union Sux-k Tarda, Omalw
Caarr, W'y. . Water ta. JS4 ,
Cvdaby hW Co. 4a. IM.,...
CI Icaio i-r. m. lrT
Artantln. Hapublle da, 1111
Ijuudee 7 par oast ararrauta
Kim Co.. Waib., a. in .4
Uncoil Til. Co. , 1I3.... ,
bo. Anaolaa Rr. Sa. 1
Otr af kalnal 1., mi,,,
O.hkoah. Nob., B'houl ta, l24....i.
Oo-aha A C. B. St. Ily. U. 1J....
Omaha school (.. U
rlly of Onuiha Watar 4W, IMI ....
H 1S I
10( 104. t
San rraetlaea. Cel.. Is, iSat-lMa.. M 6S lot
Bam a . o. si, l4 14 u s4 ;d
Scrlbnar, Nah.., WaUH. la. Iiut3...., S luj
Muporlar, Xab , W.tar la, It .14 ill ' las '
Wit bits t'ploa Su.lt Yirda ua, lit., igi, jui ,
! ? . . I
! Ity Live gtovk Market.
BIOUX CITY. Ia., Jan. .-CATTLB-l
Receipts. 3.000 hea1; market weak; naUva
ateers, $;.00f43.26: butchers, I5.2.-jfei.Tr.; cows
and hellers, $4.35?ni.2ii canners, $4.0uSO;S
stockers snd feeders. $..ofl7.I0: calves.
$6,50010; bulls, stags. etcT$4.76.ff.00.
HOtJS-Recelpts. 8,500 head; markel
How; heavy, $7.(t2Hi7.lO: mixed. IKkiJ
7.o-.'H; ,ht, $6.M7.(K); bulk ot aalea. $.;',
6HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. JOM!
head; market atcady; ewes, 3.oo33.6oi
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