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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1915)
Tin; uki; umaha. wkdxkshav. .fantaky nn:..
l 9 111 NY RttOM.
LOCK IN neatly furnished, worm,
comfortable; H per week. 11 ft. Snth.t
southeast exposure. Phone Wal. 14f.
NH or two niHctir modern fur. room,
Hanacnm Park district? private family:
fwthch required I'hone Harney 971,
t AP1SUN 21t and Chicago; itwn heat;
ni mo. ana up; rata In connection D.&l3
FINE, warm roiwm excellent table
board; nest of references, jsn Harney.
Vsrna, IMl Cup, front rmi, Klein, nt.
DODEN HOTEL. Council bluffs, ttraTi
heated room . tl per wwk, Phone H44.
til 8. 1STH, for men. steam haat.
Motels aad tparinrnt,
pAUTOHNU Hotel. Mm ana Ca:rorala,
Weekly rates t2 and up, tr"ui n 70M.
DODO E H'lTEl Modern Reasonable. "
IfllMi CALIFORNIA. 2-3-rooms.' f.ir
l ntshed; modern; heated; first floor; tea
tenable. H. 4001. Also 8-room cottage.
pTEAM heated housekeeping -oom,"lT&0
wrta. i-i i once.
pAVKNI'ORT, 2018-TWO OR THREE
HKPO. RCKJMS; BRICK FLAT.
Hoiifi and t'ottaae-s.
MODERN t-story house, 7 promt; pevet
occupied: new furnace: X. Pong. 6!S3.
ALL alses. t3 per month up. 6C7 Peaton.
ELEXMNT S-room modern brh-k apart
ment, newly decorated. 150 per month;
rrinw nai. iii'j r. -str n.. s rooms.
Sew plumbing, newly decorated, oak floor,
arge yard, trees, shrubbery; $10 per
month i a bsntaln.
J. a ISH, EXECUTOR.
03 8. 31st Ave. Phone Harney 243.
t'ST completed, 6-room bungalow,
strictly mouern, zan ana Aiatvictson.
531 S. lXTH-6-room cottMge.
Htores. moves, packs, shire: 8-horso van
pnd 2 men. $1.25 per hr. ; storage ti per
no. Satisfaction guar. D. 4:US ft Ty. 200.
FOR RENT Modern h-room houec,' :05
S. 13th Ave. Inquire T. J. O'Hrlen.
Hanahaw Hotel. Mar. lCM. Pouglns K'lfi.
$7 NO. 20TH. 10-room house, modern.
We have a complete list of all houses,
ipartmcnts and (lata that are tor rent.
This list can bo seen free of charge at
Omaha Van A Storage Co.. $06 So. 16th St.
FIELD CLUB district. 6-roora modern,
tile bath, sleeping; porch 3424 Poppleton
Ave., HO a month. Phone Webster 3770.
NEW house, 7 rooms modern. 2204 Bur
dctte St. Thone Harney 1149.
Fidelity Storage Co
Wtorage. moving, packing ami shipping.
I'ith & Jackson Sta. Phone Douglas 25.
lA1Kng In all parts of the city.
UUUSCB crelgh Sons & Co., Bee Rldg.
her hr.; may, 2 men, l.2i per hr. , 1713
Jn T3-v J Lxp. . ro., moving,
. V- IVeeQ P"rll'" storage.
ijoT Farnain. U. S14.
I ROOM cottage, niodci n excen lurnuce.
IALF Month ityt i'dl i.' '
4031 t harlcs, k-r.. modern. Wo.
. ' ft., -r., modern. n.
4U0 N. 2:d HU. 6-r . modern,
.,1 l'P'tol Ave., J-r.. mod. ex. heat, US.
-n.n .Spencer. 6-r., modern ex. heat, a)
1624 -N. 29th Ht., 4-r., mod. ex. Ijeat, 1:2.
-Tim Camden Ave., -r., well, 115
1817 N. 21st St., 7-r., city water, 113.
.1433 Sahler. 6-r.. well, .
ZOui Lindsay Ave., 4-r., well, 17.
CRE1UH, SON3- & COMPANY.
Phone Douglas 200. Hoe Rldg.
AMKRICAN SECURITY COMPANY.""'
S rms., DunJee, modern. 46.
5 rms., modern except heat.
7 rms., near car. north, 130.
5 rms., new cottage, 22.50.
4 rms., new, not modern, f12.50.
Doug. 60H. or Wal. 3047, Mar. 2W. o
Stufea. and Of Neva. -
MOnrCRJI storn, some fixtures, living
rooms, 'furnace; good repair; rent cheaii,
good location. 24ttt and 1 bt., South
Umaha. J. Casey.
tl-SK apace, fiiquire at 840 liiandcls
WANTED TO UlT
WANTED To buy two-color Underwood
No. S typewriter; must bo reasonablu
In price.' Address Q 4K,t care Boa.
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. 1.
u. tteea. ijii rarnam. 1'OUg. Oltn.
HAMILTON CO., the only gentile second-
nand store in Omaha. Ins Cuming. D. hitt
WE BUY 2d-hand clothes. 1421 N. 24lh.
1 ALE buys old clothes. Phone Tyler 141
RANTED TO RENT
LADY piano teacher wants heme In pri
vate family; wants to give piano lessona
In part payment. Address C 447, Bee.
FARM Jk RANCH LANDS FOR SALK
IMPROVED quarter section homestead.
for sale cheap to settle an estate; close
lallroad town, school and church. For
Information address Postmaster, W 11 lard,
ARE TOU GOINO TO BUY LAND?
If so you should first get a copy of
the Farm and Heal Estate Journal, it
has lands advertised In It from nearly
every state, ao that you can find Just
what you are looking for In its columns.
It keeps you Informed on land oppor
tunities In all parts of the country, gives
yog personal help In finding land. Send
2ia today for a year'a subscription, or
10c for three months' trial. It will be
stopped at the end of the time ordered.
Farm and Real Estate Journul. Dept. 64,
160 ACRES, between Minneapolis and Du
luth. on the Hoo line, 4 mile from rail
road town; 70 acres under cultivation,
balance wooded pasture and some good
meadow; no 4vate land; fair set build
ings; near school; land borders on beauti
ful lake; complete set machinery; IX
chickens, plenty of feed, wagon, buggy
and everything on the place goea at li)
per acre; one-half cash. Schwab Bros.,
1028 Plymouth Bids: Minniixlls Minn
WR HAVE 50 Improved farms 40 miles
soutb of Kansas City, R to (100 per
acre; fin corn, wheat, oats, timothy
clover, blue grass land. . bc.id fur liats.
J. B. Wllwn. Itrexel, Mo.
For Sale or Trade
8tt acres In Hooker county, four miles
from railroad town. Has a s-room house,
barn, cattle shed, well and windmill.
One-half of thle ranch good farm land
balance good pasture. Will take one-half
or mora In good city property. Price
115 per acre,
O'Neil'a R. E. & Ins. Ageucy,
.1005 Farnam St.
' TELEPHONE TYLER 1021.
644) .. tuL from Kj tenon, Neb.; fine
improvements; gool alfalfa country lio
per acre; easy Urma. J. E. Ulbnsy. Euk.
FOR 8ALE-&0-A. relin(uUluiv nl. mi
from Biapieton, well Improvsd, for libb
Telephone connections tu town. Address
Best dairv and general crop state In the
union; acttleis wauted. lauds lor aaia at
low prices on easy forms. Ask for book
let M on Wisconsin Central Land Grar.L
tilate acres wanted. Writa about our
graslng Ismda. If intareated in fruit lands,
as fur booklet on Appie Orchard in
Wlaoonaisk Addreaa LaoiA Dept., bwo Liaa
liy , linueapolis, Mwo,
rRM RA!(H L. .!) FOR SALE.
1.000 ACRES, large and small tracts; ab
. volute title; Pittstiurc Co., farming, pas
ture, oil, coal land; to to Jb per acre.
VVrlU J. L. Cavaaah. McAlearar. Oh I.
WE own and oontrol SO. acrea of Im
proved fnrms In the banner counties
of eastern North Dakota, In I'M and Kv
aere tracts. Would like to corresponl
with reliable agents.
HALVORSON-THOMPSON UND CO.,
Coonerstown. N. D.
FARM for sale; must sell my Fellamer
farm, ht acrea, muck prairie land.
Upbolf, 9 lynea Bldg , SC. Louis. Mo.
ABSTRACT8 (IF TITLK.
H(.K Aoatraa Co., oldest abstract of
flea in Nebraeaa. JK V -adeia Theater.
KKKK Title Vauaraatae aotl Abatract Co,
a modern awitract efflca, tfJi A. lilh 8L
ItKAI, KfeTAlE FOH EXCHANGE
TO TRADE For a good, clear grocery
-tok or ary goods hu1 grocery atock,
the following: mnil nwdern house ami
lit In turlvlng town of 1,60 pop.; fine nw
house, renting for 115 mo.; worth I4.;
iiuj encuin. at 3 per cent. Large modern
housu with one lot. In IJnro.n; slinost
new built for home; renting for i mo.
Worth l.5ot. wltn encumnrance
In B. I... afn, (I.T a mo.). Uet busy
suick. Addrets V S2S Bee.
FOR SALE Have good 2-slory brick
building In, good Iowa town; 40 miles
from Omahos Price. 11.000; clear. Will
take all or part In new ears or good used
cars. What have you 7 Address P. 4, Bee.
For Exchange .
490 arrea good simxji.i land, near Uood
land. Sherman cuunty, Kansas. Price
llj.ooo, cler. Will exchange for meroh
amlise, Omaha income or anything of
alu close to Omaha. Address K-4Sj,
S20 acres In Kimball county. Nebraska.
Want good garage building and stock In
or near Omaha. What have you? Ad
dress A-4S9, care Hee.
OMAHA or neighboring property wanted
In exchange lor re.-ldential pruperty In
New York City restricted suburb. Wrlse
B. K. Slocum, 141 Broadway, New York.
FRONTIER C". bAHGAlN.
Highly Improved farm of W acrea
Land all lays floe and la excellent aolL
Will exchange for good Omaha residence.
C, R. COMBS.
IIS Brandsla Theater. Omaha. Neb.
RliAL ESTATK LOANS
$J6.000 PRIVATE money to loan on inside
property at 7 per cent. WKeefo Real
F.state Co., 1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
CITY and faiin loans, i o'rt, ti per cent.
J. H. Dumont St Co..l3 Farnam, Omaha
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co., 1.1-1) Farnam.
OMAHA homes. East N'obrsska farms.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101B Omaha Natl. Douglas 27U
JKiO to J10.WU made promptly. F. D. Weed.
Wead BMg.. IStli ami Farnam BU.
(iiTviTin-ir)s''o,,,"'":,w and u"-
CITY J-OANS, C. U. Carlber.- Co.,
u 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Luge louiis a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. s ritate Bank Bldg.
MuNEY on hand for city and farm loans.
II. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
SEB us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
Pee Want AJs Produce Resulu.
RE A I, ESTATK ACREAGE
would be cheap to pay for land practi
cally uuj uning tne city oi uinana on tno
wet Must raise aomc money la the
next lew days and my flno 37-aere tract
of land will be sold at a sacrifice; fine,
rlth toil; If planted in alfalfa would, in
my opinion, produce 100 tons yearly, or as
an investment, platted Into acre lots,
ought to bring aa much per acre as
nearby land which sells un to tl.OtO per
acre. The price, l!10 per acre no more.
no less-snn snout nan easn win do,
but get busy. 1 need the money. vCorre-sponden-e
confidential.) Address J 401,
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Two blocks to car.
American Security Co.
Douglss GOU or Wal. 3027, Har. 2645.
NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE
Bath and gas. a well built house In
good order. East I rout lot 50x121. on Si'J
St., near Kountzo Park.
V. II. GATES,
47 Omaha Xst. Rank Bldg. I). 1M.
NEED money quick. Will aell my $1 500
equity In all modern 7-room boms for
$i5 cash. Give you warranty deed. 4110
N. 2tlb Ave.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
. 0 Earnings
We have figured out a plan whereby
we guarantee to pay you not leas than
7 per cent dividend earnings on your
money on the first of July and January
of each year, with the prospects of pay
ing as high aa 14) per cent, aa we have
paid to others for a number of years.
Our plan Is a profit-sharing plan, so
you can Invest In amounts of 110) or
more. See us about It.
Hastings & Heyden
lilt HARNET STREET.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Dardenelln Key to Wheat Price
Long Principal Sellers, with
CORN AND OATS BOTH LOWER
0.r.HA. Jsn. U 1S14.
Close watch is being kept on conditions
surrounding the possible opening of the
Dardanelles. With those straits open to
vessels there would be an outpouring of
grain thnt would nt least for a time
change the world markets from strong
to dnclinlng one. Russia has many mil
lions of bushels of cheap wheat and
barley, that not only producer and ware
housemen are anxious to realise on. but
the bankers of that country are demand
ing Its sale.
The wheat market was a big affair
yesterdsy, with longs the principal sell
ers. Prices at one time were off as much
as 4c on the May future, but part of
thta was regslned late on reported tak
ings of 130 boatloads of wheat bv ex
porters at the seaboard. In addition to
this seHing. Chlrseo reported gwi.ftOO bu.
wheat taken, of which 100 bushels were
soid to exporter and loo.ono hit, to rilll
ern. The early break was on reports that
three of the forts of the Dardanelles had
been demolished by bombardment of th
allies' warxhlps. and that they had been
evacuated by the Turks. This led to en
ormous selling of long wheat, which had
previously been under way on the theory
that it waa time for a setback, following
such long continued nrlvan.es.
Corn and oats were both lower under
an Increase In offerings and a lack of
buying power. Speculation In both threxj
grains were fairly .ictlve, but corn con
tinued to pile up In nil positions and there ,
is utile hope at present for any price
The hog news was bearish and pro
visions ruled weak throughout the day.
The weakness In grain was also a draw
bark to provisions.
Durum wheat whs unchanged.
Hard winter wheat waa Vic to l'ic
Coin was nncuaiv-ed to jc lower.
Oats were ',c to 'in higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 902.000 bushels; corn, 2,V,0t)0 bushels;
os Is, tVOOO bushels.
Liverpool close: Wheat, not quoted;
corn. t4d higher.
Primary wheat receipts were Sf.OnO
bushels and shipments 1.2PR,on bushels,
acalnst receipts of MS.00O bushels and
shipments of 4!2.0s bushels last year.
Primary corn, receipts were 2,147,000
bushels and shipments W-i.ooO bushels.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Two-story brick building and lot. 60x133:
trackage available; very easily converted .
for wholesale purposes, or for downtown
garage, frtce only llii.oou. .v small pay
ment .will handle it.
C. O. CABLBERG,
312 BiandHs Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
14.000 buys a well constructed". 7-room
strictly modem bungalow, having largo
living room with brick fireplace and
built-in bookcases, attractive dining room
with hull-in buffet, convenient kitchen
with built-in cupboards and two bed
rojins and bath on fui inor. Two espe
cially large bedrooms on Jd floor. Iarge
basement, laundry connections, furnace,
heat; south front lot, 50x135 feet, afford
ing a beautiful view overlooking Happy
Hollow club grounds and boulevard. Con
venient to ear line. Terms VxV.cash, bal
ance monthly like rent.
Fine 'Bemis Park
1330 N. nr.th St.. only S blocks from Har
ney car line; cast front lot, 7 rooms, all
modern, hot water heat; oak finish and
floors first floor.
Owner leaving city reason for selling.
Bee this at once. Prtco S5.300.
North Side Home
Must Be Sold
Onlv 600 cash, balance like rent, for a
f-story, strictly modern, 7-room house,
I .. ft I .. ,.,.n It Inn ' liaw . a ru IT. Price
S3.760 and It'a cheap, but we must have
George & Company
Tel. P. 754. m City Nat. Bank -Bldg.
LOOK lIKHK Double brick flat, rents
M per month; must sell; $4.M0, only
$l..id0 cash. Address B 44S, Bee.
Have an Omaha business property that
pays $126 per month rent Want to sell;
price $15,000. WVll give terma at- per
....... t.K n.Vm.nl nf SO HOO down. PftlD.
erty in good repair and rented for five
veara yet at aoove rental, auuiom u
EAST TERMS ON THIS.
New 4-r 00m house with electric lights,
full cemented basement and large up
stairs that can fce finished into two rooma.
Also chicken house, fruit and bedga.
Price $1,M. Small payment down and
$16 a month will take It
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Third Floor Ware Blk. Doug. 17l.-o.
FC'K bALE Vacant lota, locatea in e
dera & Hltnebaugh'g addition to wal
nut Hill, and also In Okahoma addition,
both In Omaha. These are desirable lota
and will be sold for much leas than their
value, aa tbe owner Is a nonresident.
Will aell separately or together aa de
sired. For further particulars addreas,
J. 0. .Harris & Bon,
Ottawa. III. o
REAL ESTATF SCBURRAN
$500 Down Buys
We are offering for sale two well built,
well located "-room new homes in Dun
dee on a small payment down of $j40, the
bslance about tbe same as rent.
These houses l.ave a large living room,
dining room, kitchen, pantry and front
and rear vestibules on the first' floor;
three large bedrooms, bath and sleeping
porch or sun parlor on the second story.
The rooms are all nicely arranged, large
In alse and are all decorated. The first
floor is finished in solid oak, excepting
kitchen; also the floors on second slory.
These houses have first-class plumbing
and healing, have beautiful lighting fix.
tures, shades hung for all windows, and
are ready to occupy any time. Only two
blocks from car line. The prices of those
homes are about $i00 less than you will
be able to buy the same class of homes
for when the selling season opens. It
will pay you to Investlgste these at.unce.
Hastings & Heyden
1414 HAP.WEY STREET.
REAL ESTATE KOUTH SIDE
Field Club District
6-r 00 m cottag-e, all modern, elegant
east front lot, paved, close to sr line and
school. Just one block north of Field
club. Price $3.ow.
C. G. CAItLBEKO,
313 Brandais Theater Bldg.
Notloe Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of Tbe bank
ers Unserve Life Company of OuimIln,
Nebraska, will be held at its home oflice
in the City National bank building la
said city at f o'clock p. m. on Wednesday,
January 30, 1616. for the election of di
rectors and the transaction of suck other
business as may properly come before It
M, C. WAGNER,
PlS-n-2 Jt-U secretary.
against receipt o" ' riisliels atvl
shipments of 1.0oo bushels lst year
ITImary oata receipts were C-l.nMO
ruaheia and shipments CM 0t bushels,
sgslnst receipts of Wl.ono bushels and
shipment of snno bushel last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
f hlraco 17
Kansas City 7
St. Imls R
These sales -erw reported today: Whest:
No. t hard winter, t rare, l.t; 1 ear,
UtPi. No. . hard winter. 1 car. l.29;
tv cars, $1S. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car,
$1.2: 1 car. Sl.ift. No. S durum, U car.
tl 4. No i durum, i car, Si 4-. No. S
mixed. 1 car, 1.?H; U car, $1.374. No. 4
spring, 4 car. $1 . Rye: No, 3, 1 car.
Il: No , 1 car. . tl.on. Corn; No. 3
white, i car, f7'c; S cars. S.'o. No ,3
white. 3 cars: 7c; 4 cars. 4;Sc;.S oars,
H4 Nn. 4. white. 1 car. V No.
white, t cars, . No. 2 vellow, 1 ear.
M'c, Nn, 3 yellow 10 cars, Wc; 1 $-
cars. Kc; cars 5'4c; 1 car. Mo. No. 4
yellow, S cars, c; I car. 4c. No 6
yellow t car, too. No. t -ellow 1 car,
N.i. S mixed, 1 rar, tc. No. 3
mixed, 1 car (near w hlte), two: 1 car. tc: 1
car inear white! W'V; I I-& eara. tSc;
IS enrw. 6c; J .1-4 cars, c. No. 4 mixed,
1 car, 5c; I rars. I car, Mtjc. No.
mixed, 1 ear, io; I cam, BSo; 1 car,
4c. Samrte, 1 car, Mc; 1 car (fllntl,
fc!r. OatSi No. 3 white, J cars, Mo; 1
ear, :,. No. 4 white, 1 car, 8fV: 3
cars, tn No. 3 mixed, i-5 car, 6c. No.
4 :ntxe1. 1 car. MVic Sample, 1 car, 4v.
Omaha Cash Prices No. t hard, $1.21?
1 JO: No. S hard. l.74t.3"4: No. 4 hsrd,
$1.144Ti.W: No. S spring, $1.34171. M; No. t
durum. $1.45i4iJ1.46; No. i riorum. 1.44Hn
I4. Com: No. I whtte. 7nl74e: No. t
white. Wtj(fi7lc: No. 8 white, HfiVa'I'e;
No, 4 white. .v,Vic; No. ft white. oV.W
6o; No. white, i-Mito; No. 1 yellow.
ti'iS'V: No. I yellow. ttfi4uec: No. vel
low, H547'iie: No 4 yellow. MUjUiCh-: No. 6
yellow, WVrfrsic; No. 6 yellow, f.4!fc: No.
1 mixed. tKWiwic: No. 2 mixed. 66ffic;
No. t mixed, MifNSKc: No. 4 mixed. Hi'''
'e: No. h mixed, B4.HtvH.ic; No. 6 mixed.
SIV..A5C. Oaf No. ' while, RltiH4.-;
HtandHrd. WTiSl'ie: No. 3 white. f-o-VfiV.lo;
No 4 white, 60t((jt0ie. Barley: Waiting.
R;7Si-; No. 1 feed, Sf73c. Kye: No. 3,
H.t.Wl.09; No. 3. ll.07Wl.0g.
4 Hit ApO t.RAIV AMI PROVIStU8
I' eat area of the Tradlaai and t loslail
Prices oa Hoard of Trade.
CHICAOO. Jan. 13.-Huge salea of
wheat to Furope and to millers In the
1'nlted Hates helped wonderfully today
to quell lesrs gs tq the results of a pos
sible opening for Russian shipments
through the Dardanelles. Accordingly,
tun market finished strong, at Sc to
J tiSSc above lust night. Other leading
rtai Ins, too, scored net gains com Si
v to VcPno, oata Tkialo and provisions
7'.ae to lufiJOo.
Speculators ere quick to reinstate
lines of wheat sold out during yesterday's
break, as It was evident that foreigners
vrre giving little attention to rumors
clr'ulatod so freely on this side of the
Atlantic aa to the likelihood of Turkish
barriers nt the Dardenellea being quickly
removed. Indeed, one dispatch from Liv-
n.7ol asserted that the amount of
wheat which before the spring would lie
released by the oponlng of the Dar
danelles waa so small as to be of no
leal concern. This view was bncked up
bv higher quotations at Liverpool and
by export business here and at the sen
board estimated as totalling 2.335.0UO
Announcement that Turkey had agreed
to the demands of Italy exercised an Im
portant Influence toward starting the
wheat market on the upturn, which was
xlrtuiilly unchecked throughout the day.
Corn responded to the advance of wheat,
but waa visibly retarded by the Immense
Hoiks on hand here and in other prin
cipal centers. Fxporter seemed for the
most rart to have temporarily retired
1 rum the corn market. Seaboard demand
for oats, however, expanded. Commis
sion housa call, too. In regard to future
deliveries of oata proved to have decided
Unexpected suddenness In the falling
off or the movement of hog to market
rallied provisions. Inquiry for. lard waa
Grain prices furnished by Logan
Pryan, 316 South Hlxteenth street:
Article! Open.t Htgb-t Low. I Close. Yes'y
May. 134 UH IM 1 SVW 1
July. 1 1 IMS -H X 34 1 a
May. 74Vtf US 7H 7647TVI 744
July.HMssW W 76 TiWWii
Csts: I I
May. 64WS tiWM 64H
July. 63'.. I tU6363 52'a
Jan.. 1 46 10 4.-. 1 19 46 18 46 U 37V,
May. 18 87-90 19 02Vi;l8 86-87 1 IS 82V,
Lard: ' t
Jan.. 10 V! 10SS 10 60 10 sS JO 60
May. 1 R0-a2 10 85 10 80 10 K 10 76
Jan.. !)W) IN 80 080 S75
May. 10 20 10 26 10.17-40 10 16. 10 12V,
Chicago Cash Prices Whest: No. 1
red xl.tfriM .n'V: No. 3 hard. ll.34VwTrl.fcf4.
Com: No. 2 yellow. Toft70Vio; No. 3 yellow,
68Vrt)ii9c. Oats, No. 3 white. &miirJ2ic;
standard. 6-.'.r(i53Vc. Hye: No. t, $1.1SV.
Hat ley. wwv: l lniotny, Vi.WFi .du.
Clover. $12.M(H5.00. Pork, $17.00. Lard,
$10.7',4. Klbs, ts.siin.'fl.
An advance In vessel rates from Ar
gentina favored the bulla and so did) ab
sence of reports that would confirm fears
of Russian wheat soon finding an outlet
throuarh the Dardanelles. The close was
strong at 8c to 8V43o above last night.
BI TTER Steady ; creamery. traic
EGOS Higher; receipts. 8.239 cases; at
mark, cases Included. 24ijp36c; ordinary
firsts, W()Mc; firsts. J73c.
POT ATOE Lower; receipts, S cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin red, 4Cxrno;
Michigan and Wisconsin, white. 40$p4ec
NEW YORK OllS ER Ala MARKET
aaetatleas of Be. Day 4l4a
NEW YOllK, Jan, 12,-rLOUR-
WHSAT-iot. strong; No. 2 red. 81.43,
and No. 1 hard, $1 all rail, c I. f.
track exnorts: No. 1 northern Dulutlt.
$1.4i. and No. 1 Northern Manitoba, $1.44,
c. I. f. Buffnlo. Futures, strong, nay,
$1 4Mi: July, $1.31';.
HAY Firm; prime, pit; no. si.iwv
Ml": No. 1. $1.06; So. 3, $1.00. shipping,
PH Quiet; state, common to eholoe.
14. IVftiHc; Pacific coast, ism. itmi4c
1H13, Mi lOc.
HIOEl steady; uogota. s.-4tc; central
LEATHER Firm; nemiocK iirsts, ic.j
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess,
$10.604,20.60. family, 22.Ui'AM; short
clears. $J0.O(Mia.0o. Beef, firm; niess.
IUl.00ijr3.00; family, $24 .UOti 3B.0U. Lrd,
weak; middle west, $10.7lo.0.
HALI)W-Julet: city. u: county.
(c special. -
COR-n iit. firm; No. t yellow, 79Vc,
r. I. f. to arrive; Argentine. 77c nominal.
OATH Hoot, firm; standard, 67VV?ff-c;
No. $ white, 5TV; fancy clipped white,
BL'TTF.R riteady ; prices. 13.080 tubs:
cresmery. 92 score. 35c; creamery, higher
storing. 34V'aiic; firsts. 3l(llVc; seconds,
2va'i0c; process extrss. 2(iZ7c; ladles, cur
rent make, rirsts. wijj'c; seconds, iZV,r;
packing stock, current make. No. 2, a a
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 887. boxes:
state whole milk, held specials. Yaft
ltic; state whole milk, average fancy, 15
fiHr; stHte whole inllk, fresh specials,
state whole milk, fresh specials,
average fancy. H'-.tjUc; skims. S3Ho.
Kjiis tilesdy; receipts. 6.6-S9 cases; fresh
gathered, extra fine, 44i?4uc; extra firsts
4.1c; firsts, 4Uc; seconds, tfUile; stale,
Pennsylvania and nsrby hennery whites,
fine to fancy, 4 gathered whites.
424348c; hennery browns, 4o: gathered
browns and mixed colors, 4JH6c.
POl'LTRY-Llve, firmer; weau rrr chick
ens, 14414V4c: fowls, lhoflfc: turkeys, lie;
dressed, quiet; western roasting chickens,
l4iuvtc; fresh fowls, 13'4itilSc; turkeys,
Kaaaaa City 4. rata aad PrTlalaas.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. li-WIIEAT-No.
'i hard, f 1.314H 8U; No. 2 red. 1.SI43 l.SU;
. .. ., .1 111. fi Uv- lulu 1 iki-;
CORN No. 2 mixed, tv,c; No. I white.
71c; May. 744jC. July, 76V.
OATb-No. 3 white, tv((Uc; No. a
Bl'TTER Creamer ', 83c; firsts, lie;
seconds, 2K; packlni stock, 8114c.
FO'lH Firsts. 3c; .laconds, 2c.
POILTHV-Hens. roosters, lOVic;
OMAHA. Jan. II -Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $3,412,210.10 and for
the corresponding day lust year $3,117,.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Too Many Cattle Being Sent to All
Market Point Sheep Are in
PRICES ON THE DOWN GRADE
HOCTII OMAHA. Jan. 12, Vtt
Reoeipta were: Cattle. Hogs. She, p.
Official Monday ....... 7.u 7.07S 17,!
Estimate Tuesday H.Oti') ll.ooo lt.Oio
Two days this week.. 13, M
Fame days Isst week. .12.211
Name 3 woks ago 12.30
Same 3 weeks ago.... 6.1. VI
Hame 4 weeks ago 1,8
twine days last vear. II 7)
aiib mowing iMii.e snews tne receipis
of cattle, hogs and shoep at the f4outh
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date, aa comrarcd with . year;
10I.V 1I4, Inc.
ptl ,!X .S2 8,141
Moga a, 71 KYli
phecp 100,.t 61. 15.710
ins following table snows the average
price for hugs at the Stuth Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
ii'i4 iiniu.itu iinii.iuio.iiM.
1 101 g
8 4i 6 s8
I $ 71
7 8.1 1 7 m 00 7 86
7 80 T 11 4 W, 8 U3I
I 1 l o ei w s s n
7 Oii 7
; S 0O1 1 AS, S 4,1 w
1 T SK
T 00V 7 Ri
7 Sol 8 4l 6 7S
) $1, $ 601 6 83
I 9 7 US
T I4 0 101
I 8 ii 6
Jan. 10.1 I g On
Jan. 11.1 704
mt'.t 8 W
7 ID 0i
87. I 6 S3
7 24 10 7 K 8 23
7 1U lo 7 751 t 181 Tt
I Hi 7 iN a K 81
Keelpt.i and dispositions of live stock
at th 1 nlon uto.-k varus. South t)malia,
L'Ir.t?nt'lour hours ending at t p. m.
c t - , Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. H r g.
C;. M. & St P 10 II
W abash 1
I i.lon Paculc .... ;:;
N. W oast.. Ti
c. N. V., west.. 11?
C, St P.. M. A i.. l
'., H. t., east.. !!
C., U. i t., west.. 3i
I .. H. I. P.. east 3
C.. R I. P., .t i
lllinola Centrsl 7
Chicago Oreat West 2
Total receipts... 2;t
UISl'OflTlO.N 1 IEAD.
siorrui & i'o j
lwift A Co T
Cudahv Packing Co.. ..!,
irmour t o
J. W Murpby
Lincoln Parking Co...
J. O. Parking Co
Cudahy, frum country.
iv. n, vanxant i'o 2
Benton, Vaiisant L. J7."i
mil & Bon 47
F. B. Lols 71
J. B. Itott Co W
3. H. Bulla ' ;
L. F. Husj Yi
Rosen ock Hros 87
McCreary t Kellogg.. 127
Wertlielmor Degen.. 2' I
H. Y. Hamilton v. 111
Hulllvan Bros 5ii
Mo. Kan. Calf Co.... 89
Baker. Jones A 8 31
Tanner Bros 111
John Harvey w,
Iowa Cattle Co 7
D. 4V F 15.1
Other buyers 842
.4J.037 8,608 15,780
CATILK Receiuta were liberal again
this morning and other points were heav
ily supplied, tne receipts at the big mao
ket poluts for tlio two oays being exces
sive. Buyers took advantage o( the llocral
runs to Ueprees prices 1.1 III furtner, so
that the market everywhere was slow
It Is very apparent that eattla are
coming forward too rapidly and unless
receipts are reduced still further de
cline may be expected. This means not
necessarily the cutting down of receipts
at this point, but at all ntarkst points aa
well. The market here la probably aa
good as at any other point, but prices
everywhere are so low as to make a loss
for the feeders. Operators st all markets
regret to see so msny rattle shipped In
and sacrificed at this time, when they
all believe that there will be a big
scarcity of beef before the coming of
When the cattle at this point began
moving It wss generally on a basis of
prices that were a little lower again
than yesterday. Home kinds that Just
happened to appeal to a buyer may not
have sold any lower than yesterday
while other kinds were considerably off
This means that the market Is around l.i
o lower for the two days, taking- the
general run of cattle Into consideration,
both killers and feeders.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choloe
eornfed beeves, H(nwS40; fair to good
cornfed beeves, tti.UVUw.Mi, good to choice
heifers, ttl.00ifr7.26; good to choice cows,
$i.7liii.t; fair to good cows, $6.0CV(iS.6O;
common to fair cows, $4.0ou;6,00; good to
choice storkers and feeders, $7.258.10:
fair to good stockers and feeders, $.WtD
7.00; common to fair atoekers and feed
er. $6.76ll.fO; stock heifers, 8A3f-fl'S.76;
stock cows, $4.604j66O; stock calves, $k.0iXH
7.10; veal calves, $7.00718.60; bulls, Stags,
Representative sales: .
. . . M7 4 4
..M.I 4 Id
. . Ml 7 00
,. Ml 7 XI
.. 7211 7 W
..1114 7 tO
.. J4 III
....Itll 7 l!t
....ill 1 to
....1211 7 i
....1WNI 7 "4
....1144 7 tA
.urn 7 so
..iia 8 on
. pro t 44
.1114 6 16
BTEEUh AND HEIKEMrt.
.... 43; I M II 1101 7 SO
.... 711 7 04 II l'Jtll 7 10
uns ai UB.ir r.Ka.
so4 1 m 11
.. T44 I 84
... IM 4 04 It
... 012 4 40 7
... 110 IM - i
... M IM 10
... 1 m c
... M 3
... ? 6 70
... SM 18'
...1170 I 46 1
...117S I 7ij I ...
...i4ri 1 it
... 443 I 71 1
... SI tli 1
... IVI 4 74 I
lAt 6 76
IMS 4 23
11 I W
..a,'. IM &
1041 1 74
... 4S3 4 00
...1470 4 IS
...l.Ji 4 40
114 6 00
7 0 .
IM I 40
BTO- Kbntj AND FEDi-.Hi
, U IU
741 I 74
.. 614 4 U
.. IM 4 M
.. la) 4 i
. , IK
.. 773 4 W
.. in 4 40
. . I4 to
..70 4 M
.. 414 I SO
.. l 75
.. ; 4 10
. . it Hi
..111 7 00
.. W4 7 10
,,iai7 7 11
.. 4t 7 2
.ISM 7 1
..101 7 4
76 I 46
HOOK Receipts were fair for a Tues
day, about 14 cars or 11.0U0 head show
ing up. Total fur the two days of 18.07
head la nearly b.OOo head smaller titan
last week, and almost 3,000 head short
of the same two days last year.
The market opened out rather dull this
morning, shippers iand speculators were
back on the trade, and bought very
freely of the desirable butcher and
weighty offerings at figures thst were
about steady with yesterday. Packers
made their first bids on a nickel lower
heals, but sellers were asking steady to
strong prices and It waa Jata In the
forenoon before anything except the
shipping hogs sold.
In the end, buyers wars forced to reaks
a concession, a large proportion of the
later sales being 6c lower. This means
that the hog aold very largely at $) 6(xS
6 76, the latter price beine the hlgli price
of the day.
Represent stive sales:
No. At. gh. Pr. No. At. BV Tr.
M ll ... 4 16 74 IU ... 4 7H
44 til 40 I U 46 tl ... i.
W t S 4 7 t ti ... 7
41 404 40 4 70 44 W ... 411
HEEP In spite of 111a lower tendency
to prices on Monday's market the receipt
mis moruuig were UDerai, rooting up
14 iw neaa, against i.im neaa. Tueoday,
8.637 two weeks ago and 10.377 a ysar ego.
This mskes for the first two dsya of the
week thus far 11.826 head, being a tittle
more than for the same days last week
and a year ago. . The proportion of aged
sheep and lamba was about the eamu g
While laraba were In generous supply
the scarcity of right good lambs of handy
weight among tne receipts brought the
pa' krr buyers aut early, and as a result I
tne Bum or the nest offerings se.'d In
good season on a basis showing little If
sny difference from yesterdsy. Trade
i it Hltle uneven, s It was possible
to plrk out some ssles that looked not
quite aa good, while ethers looked a
little better. The range of prices was
largely at 8 f-8.4. During the early
rounds several loads of feeding lambs
moved at $7.80-fg 05, there being two cars
of Idaho lamhe at the latter price. Aged
sheep sold In practically the same notches
as yesterday. On the whole trade was
fairly active and the clearance was more
sstlsfsctory than on Mondav.
(Quotations on sheen and lambs: flood
to choice, lamba. 8K.3Vhg.70: fair tn aooil
I lamba. 8)t.l,Vti8.36: beavv lambs. t7 90rri M 15:
lamha, feeders. $7.tiMi.OX; light resrimgs,
I. .:.4f7.fc: heavy yearling. 8.vf i.2S;
good to choice wethers, 8A.lnSfg.6O; fair to
good wethers, 16. 804141. IK; good to cho.ee
ewes, I0.frHj6.90, fair to good awes, $5.25
!s fed Ismbs
IM fed IsmlKs
1W tmA In mKa
t t'-i fed lamba
1W fed ewes
817 Colorado yearlings ....
2I fed lambs
217 Colorado lamba
US Colorado lamba
HI Colorado lambs
640 fed lambs
t-l Ids ho lambs
210 Idaho lamba
U8 f.d lamba
6.1 Idaho lamba
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Plow Hogs I nsettled keep
CHICAOO. Jan. 13.-CATTI40 Receipts,
.0 head; market slow; native steers,
$n.wfji.;i0: western, it-TStl? 40; cows and
heifers, I3.lotf7.80; calves. $7.301-10.?,
Hti IS Receipts, 38,000; market un
settled: averaged a shade higher; hulk
of sales. $A.70io: light. KSMnvOf.; mixed,
K"! 86; heavy, $ti.6ftiijH.86; rough. $.6f.
4v. : plus. $3vfnj.rt,
SIIKKl' AND LAMBft Receipt;, 13.000
head: market steady; sheep, is.7M1i6.80;
yearlings, K80127.76; lamba, K.73-1S. o.
4. I.oals Lire Stock Market.
ST. lAJlIS Mo.. Jan. 18. CATTLE
Receipts, 3.800 head? market steady; na
tive beef steers. $7.60g 10.00; cows and
heifers, $J.0fi9.Jf; atooksra and feeders,
$..?6ii7.2.: southern steers. 36.7.Vfr7.TS:
J cows and heller?. $tOtxff.oo; native calves.
$ii.0Wr 10 26. N
HOUii-Re-eelPts. f.TOO hesd: market
hlKher; pigs and lights, t".00tf.06; mixed
snd. butchers. $4,86417.10: good heavy.
SHEEP AND UAMHS Jteoelpts,
head; market steady; native muttors.
$4.7.-mutt,, iambs, t$-S6tr-; yearlings.
- along City Lira atewk Market.
PIOI'X CITY, la.. Jan. 11 CATTLE
Receipts, 2.600 hesd: market 10o lower;
native steers. $.2Mi'7.&0; butchers. tJOOiff
cows and heifers, $4.60444.00; eanners,
U fWi'4 8.; stockers and fseders, . o.o4?
8.06: calves. $4.40flo.S0: bulla, stags.' etc.,
Ht OH Receipts. son need: wiarKer
steady; heavy, $jt.'orfl.T6; mixed. ts,o4
70; light. $t).2JWtr4.5; bulk of salea,
SHEEP AND LAMB Reoeipts. l.S"P
head: market steady: awe, $3.6094.80-,
lambs. $6.60418 80
Kansas City W ocik Market.
KANPAS CTTT. Jan. 1X-CA ATLB-Ka-cetpts.
10.000 head; market weak; prima
fed steers. 88.7f-n.60; dressed beef steers,
$7.4yVff; western steers. f7.3tti.76;
tnckers and feeders. 8t.0Ufj7.80; bulla,
$S.26'n).75; calves. $4.sn10.2K.
HO8 Receipts. 14,000 head; market
higher; bulk of sales, $.75iQ4v8S; heavy,
trt.H06.ft1: packers and btitehera. 6.t0iS7.00;
light. $fi.tou.W; pigs, H26W0.60.
HI I HEP AND LAM BH Receipts, 7,800
head; market lower; lambs, $8 IMJ.8;
yesrllnvs. va7M.7.): wet her J. $.0utf,i5;
ewes, $u.X)6.0. - '
St. Joseph LIT ettoek Btarket.
T. JOSEPH. Jan. li.CATT LP Re
ceipts, 2,000 head; market steady: steers,
n.OOAO.sO: cows and heifers, t4.t6fi0.60;
calvea. t.00tf 10.08.
tlUtm-Rexelpts, 9jm riean; margei,
higher to shippers, packers doing noth
ing; top, te.06; bulk, tn WUe.SO.
SHEEP AND LAMB Receipts. 1.500
head; market alow; lambs, $8.0038.80,
LIt Stock la llgrkt.
Cattte. Hog. Bheep.
....4.OK1 2X,00d 18.000
.... 3.300 4.700 1.400
....IO.OuO 14.000 7,600
.... 1..W) 600 1,800
... 4,000 11.0UO 14,000
Kansas City .
sioux City ...
.37,800 66, 2t0 38,700
T4aw York Moaey Market.
NEW TORK, Jan. 11. MERCANTILE
PAPER 3i1H per cent.
STERLING BXCHANOTft-Weak; alxty
day bills. $4 81; for cables, $4. 8426; for
SILVER Bar, 4SVe; Mexican dollars,
7Ho... .... . .. ' ,
HONDB uovarnment, sieaay; raiiroaa,
TIM BJ IXIAWP weaa; sixty oiys, s per
cent; ninety days. SV per .cent; slg
months, 8t per cent, .
MONEY On call, easy, high, 2H per
cent: low. 2 ner cent: ruling rate. Ii'. per
cent; last loan, ti. per cant; closing bid.
1 per cent; offered at per cent.
f LONDON", Jan, U.-HILVER-Bar. 23T44
MONEY 1 per cent.
niHCOHNT RATEte-Phort bills. 2t443
1 per cent; three months. t per cant
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U, g. rat. 8s. TSg-." " . r.
tOttV NY. a g. Its... 8S4
V. 8. to, reg 100 N Y. City 4ls IH48..104S
do ssupos ...v...lnoK N. Y. ut. 4'4.j..l4S
U. Y 47 rg.. ...... ! Y.. N. H. 4k R.
4s eoupos 1H .. 4e WM4
Sums to 0UiB..I0S No. aclfla 4. "4
Am. RruoKirs 4....1S4 4e 4 4nS
A. T. T. or. 44. ff4,0- . L. r(. 4s... s
Armour (. 4H.. 44 Pat. T. sj T. I..... f4
Atebixm in- 4s.... HI"sb. ess. 4 87',
pal. g Ohio 4 SMlJuaillsg f. 4s l
hen. iwlu 4S4.. we-n. i. s. r. r. us
C II I tl . a,,.. M Bo. Fan. ev.
O M 8 g 4s..WOV4 4S
U. I. I. e. 4 l ev. a.
wt po. ran. ov. 4
C. a g. ret. 4Hs.
D. 4V K. o. r.
(.ton. Klsctrlo Is.
ill. No. 1st 4140..
III. IM. rof. 4a.
go. hallway la tsu.
a, s uhioo i-annio 4..,. 01114
.. 7 4s ST. 4s 4
..tor It. Rubber 4... .1011
.,04,1' g. gioal la. let'i
s -wa!! lat 1
K n. fla. raf. ta..S74wM. t nlou W...
A 14 no I. 4.... MWsot. BIo. or. 6a.
M K. 4V T. 1 4. 774k
NEW TORK. Jan. U.-OOFFEB The
market for coffee futures opened at a
decline of t to 4 points today, and the
more active positions soM I to J points
under last night's closing figures under
scattsre.1 realising. The close waa steady
at a net loss of 3 to 4 point net. Rales,
4,7 ti bags. January, .J7c; February,
6.32c; llurch, 642c; April, .61c: May, l0c;
June, 4.61c; July, 7.42c; August, 1MK,;
September. $7.6V; October, 7,6c; No
vember, 7.71e; December, 7.71c.
Spot, steady: Rio No. 7, 7c; Santos
No. 4. r. Rio 7 rels lower at 4&
Santos 1O0 rls higher at 48700.
NEW TORK. Jan, Ht-METALB Lead.
$8,701(7180; London, 18 12a 4d. (rpolur.
L 4.06; London. W.
Tin, dull; five-ton lots, t3J.tfrtHSl.7S;
twenty-five-ton Iota. trtt.OnoVH DO. Copper,
steady: electrolytic. $lt.&!43i3.7S; cast
ing, $l3 37VliW.24- Iron, quiet and un
changed. At London: Knot copper, 6 IS; fu
tures, ). Spot tin,. 161; futures, 14o
T. IOt'IB. Jan. 12 METALS I-ad:
Firm, $3.60B'l.OH Spaltar, atrong. $6.stt
Osnakua Hay Market.
OMAHA. Jan. 12 -PRAIRIE. HAY
Choice upland, 111 oufflL&0; No. 1. tl06f4
ll.OU; No. 1. M.OOvHO.lW: No. $. r-OiiWOO
C hoice midland. Ii0 60.ril.00; No. 1. Itooitf
10.60; No. t. M.Vn60; No. t. 84. 01! 8. 1 0.
Choice lowland, tVootXsXoO: No. t 8 6"S
t.OO; NO. t, 17.66X140; No. $. $6.0lirf.O0.
bTRAW-FIvo cars In, demand light
Choice wheat la quotable at $6.0Qgre.0;
choice oat or nre. t6.OO4je.AO.
ALFALFA Choice Pea-green, fine stem
and Wefy, third and fourth eutting Is
uuutabia at 1 13. On431$.su: No. 1. $12 UuiUQu;
No. t $U.O0tf-12.00; No. t, Is.CUtl.OO.
Llyerooot Orala Market.
LIVERPOOL, Jan 12-WHEAT-No. 1
Manitoba. 11a IHfcd; No. t. Us lV4d; No, t
hard winter, Us 3'-4d; futures, nominal.
CORN i4vot, quiet; American mixed,
7s 6'd, January, 7s lVd. February, is
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Perceptible Halt in Upward Move
ment of Shares and Rising
SPECIALTIES PUT FORWARD
NEW YORK. Jan. tt Thnre waa a per
ceptible halt today In the upward move
ment of stocks and the rising tide of
activity. Leaning ahsres were disposed
to reset moderately and the undertone of
the market suggested profit-taking In
those iasuesi at every favorable oppor
tunity. SMclaltlca were again put for
ward, however, some of them adding ap
preciably to recent gnlns, but activity in
this group waa viewed with some skepti
cism and failed to elicit any outsl.lo In
quiry. One of the low-priced specialties
Rnmely fl to It a lowest price. Inter
national Harvester Isnies failed to reflect
in any way the announcement that ample
provision had been made to meet Its note
obllaationa maturing next month.
L'nl ed Males btrl wss the bnly fuvarlt-
to ntfeniral .,in,l.,.,ni -1 .. . i . ,
,ii r vi Mm 1 11 noil ntw
above yesterday's best figure. Hethlehem
iai-i . i. . - ., 1
realising sale but a statement attributed
to one of the leading independents In the
,'', Ihflustry, who expressed the opinion
thnt the "corner of deorraslon had been
J turned." Imparted some ririnnesa to In
J J" dusirlals as a whole. Metal stocks were
comparatively Inactive, hut held moat Of
mir recently acquired advantage.
Foreign exchange rose temporarilv nn
buying of remittance for the Argentine,
but tieolined sfler demand from that quar
ter had been satlslied. The local money
market was even duller than usual, offer
ings of mercantile paper showing eni re
sponding diminution, but Interior bsnks
are huvlng these contracts on terms more
fsvorable to the cendors. Sixty-day loan4
were made at 3 per cent.
Private cables to International bankers
reported Increanlng flrmnrss in London
snd Psrls; the outcome. It was Intimated,
of Turkey's acceptance of Italy's de
mands. There were further negotiations
letween this center snd Iindon respect
ing the proposed purchase by our banket s
of a port of the recent French traasurv
note iaaue, hut definite details were
Bonds were strong, esneclallv the better
known Investment Issue. Total sales,
par value, were $2.012.1100. t'nited States
government bonds unchnnged on call.
rnumtier or sales and leading quotations
on stocks were aa
Sale". Hlh. Lew. Clw
4 w r rn i'1
Amalgamated corvar ....
Awcnrao l-et Sugar....
Amarlraa 1 aa
Amarinea 4. ft
Am. R a R. pf!
Am. 8swr Rotlnlns
Amarioas T. T
Anaroada Mining .......
Hranklra Has!! TV
CalUornla ratralmm ....
fiheaapaak A Okie.
I'hlca O. W
('tilr.no. M. 4a St P...,.
CMr;n A N. w
1 "ji meads Kual 4V Irsa....
Puloraila a southar....
Danver A Hlo ilranO....
Itranr ABU fH
tMallllaey Seeurltlae ....
Ureal Northarn shl
Oraat No. Cue etra
Illlnnia Ornlral ..........
Iniarhnroufh MM. ptd..
Kama cur Bmtttwra....
louiarlll A NaahTllI..
Mlweati. K. A T
Natlenai La4 ......
Naw York ( antral
N. T.. V. U. A H
Norfolk A Waatara
Nonbarn l aolllo
Faein Mall ,
Paclflo T. A T
rnllman Palsa Oar
1 111 ?it
on t i4, vs
1. sm n mv. M
2, (a v
700 H Bi
6e pit i' it
n ir.7 us 1:.1'i
lono ai s
804 44W 4'4 i
l.to n ' 4
1,104 344t MT4 M'4
100 4 4 4
2,400 8?h :a4 ti
14444 m, it.t'i
f H4H Ii4' 1I4S
: ao., iiw si',
44 4; 4't
ion pi 1114 1. ;t,
111 in M)
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40 23 '.'I ti
1,104 lit '4 114 -"4
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H0 121 HI 170'
hm 4 4ft4
100 11 ix i;,
l.tm) SH4 un ms
o M . MVa
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t.Tno KOit im invl
400 glV4 iH
. 8.000 lint to4
10 l.d 1HX
. 1,400 lH it
. ll.KO Itiu H74
(lesuMIe Iron 4h BUel..
Rook JalBBd Co
ftoak lalaod Ca. I4...
St. U A g. P. 84 rid
Rout her pelfle ......
r"i vs I(
, WIO 44
4.704 11H IUS 1IT
t'nlon Pasltle pfd
Unltad Siata Htet...
V. H. KtMl pftt.
Waftl CeyBr ..........
U.400 41 Vt IIS
l.ira toast loss
,0UO i ws
Total ale for the day, Ko.800 aksro.
NEW TORK. Jan. 13-OOTTON-Snot.
quiet; middling upland, t.O&ci sales, l.iOO
Cotton futures closed steady; January,
8 00c; March, 1.12c; May, 8 4-Vi July, 4.41c;
August, 1.70c; October, l.Uc; December,
cotton market closed steady at a net
gain of only 1 to 1 points.
LIVERPOOL Jan, li-OOTTON-epot.
steady; good middlings, S.tOd; middling.
4.7M; low middling, 4.36d; salea, S,0u0
Minneapolis drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 12. WHEAT
Msy, tl.2M44jrl.34 bid: July. $.t3A bid; No
1 hard, tl.KH; No. 1. northern, tl.3.'L87,
No. 1 northern, tl.2tjl.3.
KIX)CRElrm: fsncy patent, '" 4.W;
first clear, $fi.A7: second clears, tt.80.
CORN No. t yellow, g.iHfltwc.
OATsi No, t white. MUojMaO.
NEW TORK. Jan. 12. 8L'OAK-Fu-tures
advanced on scattered! local baying
prompted by the unfavorable weather re
ports from Cuba. At midday prlcej
showed net advances of points. The
spot market was steady, with centrifugal
quoted at 4.04H4 07o and molasaea at 3.27
(uJ.SOc; sales, 47.000 bags, prompt and Jan
Reduce Strained. Puffy Anklet
Lympbanfitig, Poll Evil, tUtulg
BoUt, SweUintt; Stops Littleness
and allay 1 pain. Heali Sores, Cuts,
Brttitea, Koot Chafea, It it an
ANTISEPTIC AND GERMICIDE
Does not blister or ramova the
hair snd sorts caa b worked. Pieasaat to use.
12.00a bottle, delivered. Describe your case
lor special iniuuctioM and Book B K frgg.
AB&ORB1NK. JR.. aUaaBd ttaiaaat 6m (jeaklad .
bm Svaiaa. rmlafal. Kniaia. 8otla Vatna, 44tlk Us.
(toet. Caaaaatratrd aalr S law era sguind autn.
coaa. Prtca 81 r bonla at aaalan af cMt!.
KTF.VOUSa, P. tV F..I04) ImbjM tL.osrlnaaald.Mssa,
50 SINGLE COMB WHITE
LEGHORN HENS, $1.
All of best eastern blood and worth
13.00 to 13. to each In the spring. Will
mate with suitable cockerels at a
rntnrtlonata rata. Fine catalogue
ubir a xvirriif itost, oxajha.
HIDES AND FURS
Highest price paid for Hide,
Wool. Tallow, Pelts And Furg.
Write (or prices and tags,
BEATRICE HIDE CO.,
HEA THICK. NEB.
LIGHT BBAKUA COCXEEELS
For Pale IJght Brahma Cockerel
Prise winning stork. 11.23 each or
t for 16. Win. Aadrswa, Heatrtoo, X,b.
Big Barred Rock Cockerels $1.00 eacb
Mrs. Will Brown I'Vlmioiil, Ntb.
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