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THE BEN: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1!)1'J.
CITY PHOPKHT I'DIt SI.K.
balance tnnnthl). will buy n daiulv home
located In thr Field i-lub district, hall,
Darlor, living room with fireplace. tllnltiK
room. Kltriieti. maid's room downstairs,
ion hie stairway: five bedroom and bath
in second floor; cemented cellnr with
inree laundry tub: modern plumbing:
rood furnace; strictly modern In every
Raj, lot 40xEI; paved street; close to
car and Rood school; fine neighborhood.
Price only J3.S0U. Come In and we will
how yoi what a snap this Is.
'0-812 Brandols Theater Rldg.
NBW, Just finished. alT modern, 5-room
coUage, hardwood floors; east front;
rurnaee. heat: one block from West Side
Hanscom Paik car line. Pmall payment
"own. balance Ilk rent Phone owner.
Harney 2700 Sunday; Douglas 2322 week
Could you use. a nice S-room strictly
modern, up-to-date house If the. price
was low enough? V have such a prop
erty and the owner will take a $1,200 to
automobile ns part payment.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
IVl Douglas 1781. Ware ntock.
SOUTH OMAHA HOME.
Plop paying rent and buy you a nice
little 0-room cottage, elcctrlo lighted, and
water In kitchen. Situated high and
sightly. In Albrights Choice Addition to
We will soil the place to you so you can
pay it out like rent It I, newly papered
and painted and Is In tlp-tOi condition.
Call and we will tako you down to see
't In our uutomnutle. .
nowB realty company.
1633 Farnam St.. Room 4. Tel. U. 7477.
6-ROOM, fully modnrn, now bungalow,
lot .13x124 . 3023 Franklin St.. $2,700. Cash
$300. balance easy monthly payments.
J. H. Johnson, 57S Brandols Hide.
JOHN. W. nOBBlNg. 1S08 FAP.NAM ST.
6-ROOM cottage, fuily modern, fliTo
home, 2414 Maple St., J2.600. ch J20X
balance same as rent. J. H. Johnson, 67S
FATIM A IUXCII LAXUS FPU SALE.
4.V1 a., rich dark loam land; 120 cult;
bnl. tlmbsrVd; level; no rocks; 1-inl. ry,
112 a. down. Robt. Sessions, WinthroD,
Ark,. Dept. B.
TRAVERSED HI THE
QEEAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Land adapted to the widest rang of
crop. All the monoy crops of tha south
plentifully produced. Fur literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. B. LEAHY, Dept. K.
General Passenger Agent
DO YOU DO ANT BUSINESS IN IOWA!
The Des Moines Capital Is Iowa's most
widely circulated nnd most Influential
newspaper. Its dally circulation exceeds
47.000 copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or 8 cents a line.
You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
can buy land In Iowa by the use of the
Den Moines Capita',. Tho rate by th
month U' 11.20 a line Address The Des
Moines Capital. Des Moines, la.
W ACRES ALFALFA. 4,S0O-HAMIL-ton
Co.. Kan.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about 1 mile from Kendall (main
line Santa Fo Ry.); good fence: no build
ings. 51. WW cash, balance at per cent
Jamcr L. Lombard Owner. Kansas
1S.O0O Tin'R n welHTmproved "wheat farm
'n Pratt county. Kansas. Write for lists.
;.. M. Hutchison. Culllson. Kan.
p . , aiissUsippil " I
. i t -1 . . ... . . , -
SEVENTY acres richest sol!,' adapted
for any truck growing; quarter mile from
depot. Lyman. Miss. X bargain. W, W.
Byrne. Holt. Fla.
FARMF.RS. TAKE NOTICB-Our new
booklets- will toon' be. ready Tor distribu
tion tolLlnsr you what kind of a country
we have In s-QUthwtst, Missouri. It will
alto contain the price list of noino very
cheap farms. Anyone thinking of making
a change will do well to send for one
uf our latest booklets. Respectfully yours,
J. F. Henell &. Son, Butler, Mo.
FARM . BARGAINS.
ISO acres, S ml. east Co. HluffH, all uiidijr
cultivation; must be sold; $10) per acre.
t40 a.. Wheeler Co., Neb., J7.5) per a.
SO a., in Dundy Co., Vei). 12 per a
100 a.,' in Boyd Co., Neb.. I nil. from
Naper; good Improv , $S per acre.
. WESTERN REAL L STATE CO.,
413 Karliach Blk.. Omjlin.
BEST ISO ucre farm In Cass county;
twenty miles west ot Omaha, for sale
nt a bargain. Cash only. O. C. Dorsey,
1420 North SStli street.
To-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND.JI3 TO Hi
We have for sale over 20.000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
rarm land, where the crop yields for U
years. Including 1910 and 1911. average
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wantea everywhere.
FUNDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO
CIipiCB KORTY ACRKS.
We have a choice 40 acres of land
within 3H miles of Omaha city limits,
This is one of tho most Ideal 40 acres In
33 acres in cultivation, seven acres In
limbered pasture, 10 acres in alfnlfa.
This land Is on the west Center street
road and has a beautiful bulldlnir spot.
It takes only 20 minutes to come into
town In an automobile.
Price $250 per ncre. bet us show yo'J
this farm. t
ROWR RKAl.TY COMPANY.
JC3 Famain Pt! Room 3
FOR WALK INDIAN LANDS.
Ii4 acres In western South Dakota of
fered for aale- under regulations pie
sorjbod by Indian department. Address
Superintendent, Sntee. Xeb.
Al.KALl-'A. corn, cotton land bargain
lists. McMatli ft Johnsom Memphis, Tenn.
ra--sr. i ' 1
)l,.IV!; ti'KX'li JhUliKT HI7 WKST
Ship live stock 'to aouth Omaha. Say
n'.lltnci and slirlnkace. Your conslsn
mints receive proinpw and careful aiten
lion. I iva "lorU I'i'uiiiilssltlii MiTclisota.
R Y BR5BR08. & CO. rttronr. reliable.
CI.IfTON Com. Co.. !tt Exchange Bid:
fnyder.Malone-Uof.fman Ou.. IH Ex.'RIdg
I.AVERTY BROS.. 13S Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Kxconco Bldg.
Day. Robinson 4i Co. 200 Ej.ci.ani:e Bide
NOTICK l hereby, given that sealed
1,11:1 oi-als will be received by the Hoard
nt Director of the Farmers Irrigation
DUlnct at their office In the City of
ficottsMuft. Nnhiat.ka lor the purchase of
two million five hundrt-d and fifty thou
md ilol.arx ($;,V4).0n0) face value of tho
els; per cent serial bonds of ald district
until 1:30 tt'doik. p. m. on th ZWl day
ot Deceinber. fiald bonds aro Issued under
and by viitue of an act of the legislature
i,f the .Slate of Nebraska, approved March
St.th iWi. Session lws, IfM. Chapter 70,
and all amendments thereto, and pursuant
to a vote of a majority of the qualified
iilectois or ald district A proceeding
for the judicial confirmation of said hnnd
it. now pending In the dlstrM court for
the county of Sootts Hluff. Nebraska. The
l.uiird expressly teservea the right to re
ivt ant and all bids and will. In no event
nil iiiiv ni -alii bonds for less than nlne-tv-le
it iinl f the face lalue there
'll:, orr rr ot the Kuril of Dlrnt'iis
IIKVn Alll O l.KAVITT
(-if.ttii. of Fauiuis Irrigation Dist.ict
I GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Increase in Visible Supply of Wheat
Not Up to Expectations. ,
CORN FUTURES ARE EASIER
tint Specialist Are Surprised at the
Strength Shnmi In December
Attrlliiite It tit the Cth
OMAHA. Dec 3. 1912.
The gain of only 50.UM bushels In the.
visible simply of wheat during Irtst week
Pasted ou the Board of Trade yesterday,
was a hair-raising surprise for thu bulls
as well as tho bests. ,n Ineerasu of at
least .TOA3.00O bushels was looked for. but
a. goodly portion of the visible seems to
have been misplaced. The 2.100.000 bushels
of wheat that were.sent nround on De
cember contracts yesterday landed in the
hands of stronr people, who willingly
Paid for It and who will make a currying
charge out of It It such a thing is possi
ble. In addition to taking In this wheat
and paying for It the same concerns
bought heavily of December futures nnd
sold tho May In the way of a hedge.
There were- several houses In the trade
In addition to the one mentioned who
took tho oposite end of the prol
position, sold the December and
bought the Mav Cash transactions
In Chicago yesterday amounted, to only
100,000 bushels of wheat; while Minne
apolis reported a broad and generous de
mand for wheul and elevator accounts,
The flour market there, however, was
reported as quite dull, Cash wheat USJIc
There was an easier feeling for the
more deferred corn futures as compared
with the December, ns the latter was In
demand not only from shorts but from In
vestors as well. The wet weather the last
two days has delayed harvesting and
shelling. Crop advices continue excellent,
RUPORT OF THK CONDITION OF
TUB OMAHA AATIOMAIi HANK.
at Omaha, In the stats of Nebraska, at
the close of business November 2ti, 1912:
Loans and dlpcounts $ 8,497.181.(3
Overdrafts, secureti and un
L. 8. bonds to secure circula
L'. S. bonds to secure U. S.
Prumlums on IT. S. bonds 22,0W.(V
Bonds, securities, otc ass,M6.fil
Banking house and vaults 000,000. 00
Due from national
banks' (not re
serve agents)...., .(1,511,191.11
Duo from state and
privato banks and
savings banks.... Cy7.113.tW
Duo from approved
reserve agents.... v:3,K72.!e
Checks and other
cash Items iO,22.03
clearing house.... 18tS,W.3u
Notes of other na
tional banks 31.KM.eO
and cents 2,041. Hfi
Lawful money re
servo In bank, viz;
notes.. 213,940.00 1,345.5.7.(v- 4,427,9.27.35
Redemption fund with IT. S.
treasurer (6 of circulation) 50.WO.O)
Total .-. 15,357,0G.3
Capital stock paid in l.Mfl.OOO.oo
I'ndlvlded profits, less
penses and taxes paid..
Nntlonal bank notes
Duo to other na
tional banks 3,7J9,iW).12
Due to state and
private banks anJ
subject to gheck,. 5,091,617.:i7
Time ccmticutes 01
1". S. deposits
Deposits of U S.
disbursing o f f 1 -cers
Slate of Nebraska. County of Douglas, ss:
I. J. De. !. Richards, cashier of the
above named bank', do solemnly swear
that -the above statement Is true to tint
best of my knowledge and belief.
.1. De F. RICHARDS.
Correct Attest : Cashier.
W. M. Bl'RGKSS,
C. II. BROWN.
1. W. CARPENTER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
U day of December. pALOING.
REPORT OF THK CONDITION OF
The First :n1liiinl Hunk of tlinnlin.
Ht Omaha, in the state of Nehraskn .at
the close of business. November 2C, l!)l!:
Loans ami discounts on tlme..$ 7,fMl.4Wi.9ii
... r 1V1 uv m .
l.uans on can
Overdrafts, secured und un
secured V. H. bonds to secure circula
tion V. S. bonds to secure 1. 8.
Other bonds to securi) postal
Bonds, securities, etc.,
Ranking, .house furniture and
Due f 1 0111 national
banks (not reserve
Due from state and
privato banks and
bankers, trust com
panies ami aav- ,
Ings banks 91i.2&-'
Due from approved
reserve agftnts.... l,32fi,24S.Ot
Checks and other
cash Items 77.S.K.-L
Exchanges for clear-Ing-
Notes of other na
tional banks .... 25.0.Oj
Uiwful money re
serve In bank, viz:
r .. .-1 nnlfts
Redemption runu wnn i
treasurer (5,, of circulation).
Due from l.'. S. treasurer
Capital stock paid In...
Undivided profits, less rxpent-es
and taxes paid
National bank notes outstanu-
Due to other na
tional banks tS,ia0.i3.R5
Due to state and
private banks and
Duo to trust com
panies and sav
ings banks W.172.7R
sublect to check. 1,037.038.7!
of doposit 104.497.W
Tlmit certificates of
Certified checks ..
I'nlted States do
posits Postal savings de
posits Deposits ot (I. S.
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas, ss:
I. T. I- Davis, cashier of the above
named bunk, do solemnly swear that th
above statement Is true to the best ot
mv knowledge and belief.
T. I DAVIS,
Correct Attest: Cashier.
K. M. AN DR BBfKN ,
c T. KOfNTZB.
, r If DAVIH
Subscribed and sworn to hefnrt methls
1 3.1 dav of Decembtr, 191?
l owever, and the couiitrv cilhs are brine .
gradually ti;i. d and the probability Is1
mi KiiemiiK survHiis which will no mai
keted later. NraiK all tl1P t!hlcgo coin ,
specialists eie bullish and were said t 1
be long last night Thcv air working on'
the theory that crn Is low enough, that
the demand will be sufficiently large t 1
absorb the arrivals and that the unsettled 1
wratner win nave n tendency to delay
husking and shelling and restrict the
mowment. The few bears to be found
last night said that an good advance
would be welcome as It would enabl
them to put out ftesr lines to better ad
vantage, rj.-o in all probability increase
the selling by the onunto Cash corn
was Unchanged to -Vt hlcher
Oil's si.ev allsts welp miiirlMil ui '
strength In December and atlrthuteil It I
to the taking of cash deliveries bv ship- ;
Ping houses, which resulted In ti nnrrow
Ing of tho Decmbei-May spread, nnl
some aio looking for a Mill further re
duction In the difference, believing that
'oveiiiun nnu .May win sen even Minuitl
shipping houses continue In .Innrl .11,
their December holdings. Cash oats was
unchanged to c higher.
ine louowing cash sales were reported
heat No. 2 hard winter: f Cars. My,
1 car. Sfl'.c No. 3 hatxi winter: 1 car. SOc:
1 car. 794c No. 4 hard winter; 2 cars,
..He. No. 3 spring. I cai. 79c. No. 4
spring. 1 car ipoor). T5o. No. S mixed: 1
car. 79c, No. 4 mixed 1 car, 74e. No. 2
mixed durum 1 ear, 7So. Corn-No. 3
white t car. 42c. No. 3 yellow. 1 car, old.
43c. No. 3 mixed- I car. old, 42tc, 1 oar.
4IC Nn. 4 tlltTMl' I rnr Jim," ran
Onts-Standai-d' 1 car, S0c No. S white.
i cars. 3Dii'. Rye-No. 2 1 car. Wc. No. 3.
2 cars. S7'4c.
1 learances were wheat and flour equal
to 4S7.O0O bushels, corn, 4.000 bushels and
oats 19.000 hushcls.
Liverpool cloicd with wheat H'SSil
lower and corn BT-M lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.X04.000
bushels and shlmnnnts of 1 "S: HY luialmls
against receipts of 7T.o) bushels and ship
ments ot z.n&,iw nushels inst year,
Primary corn receipts were 9M.O0O hush
els and shipments of C99.OP0 bushpls
against receipts ot S77.00H bushels rfnd
shipments of 45I.OW bushels last year.
Primary oat lecclpts were 7S7.000 bush
els and shipments of 1,031,000 husbels
against receipts of 371.000 hushels nnd
shipments of ;l,ooo biishcls last year.
Omnlin t'nsli I'rlren.
rd, 7M;ii8lo; yb. 3
hard, 7:tS0c; No
iMiti. i.uo'v;, iii. 1 nititi. ti.j'int-. .1
pring, 78Sft79c: No. 4 sptlng. 73H71C.
CORN-No 3 while. 41iff42o: No. 4
white. 41tHltc; No. 3 elIow. 4041c.
No. 4 yellow. 40'af4OV; No. 3, 4vvjllc;
No. 4. 40Vij?10c.
OATS-No. 3 white. 30M31c; standard,
SOHffSO-c. No. 3 white, 30itj30Hc; No. 4
BARLEY MultliiiT. S3fi'-c. No 1 reed,
RVE-No. 2, 57H6Sc: No. 3, S712A74C
, Cnrln? Itcfelpts.
Wheat. Coin. Oats
ciii-; ;iiai aai I'liovisuiNs
I'rnlnrra of the Trading; nnd Closing;
Prl;e 011 llonril if Trnilc.
CHICAGO. Dec. 3, Disquiet concerning
the delay in signing tho Balkan protocol
made the wheat market today go higher.
The finish was stendy at a shade to o
net advance. Corn closed tlUfeo to He up
and oats with a gain of lc to 'lHc.
The result In provisions was 7'4c decline.
Wheat shorts had apparently arrived nt
a point where they were In no position
to make a. determined fight. In addition,
persistent absorption of all offerings be
low 90c for May seemed to have left the
pit drained of a floating supply. Good
general demand from millers northwest
and southwest helped the bulls.
Assertions that much Kansas wheat had
been diverted to the gulf for export at
tracted conslderablu attention.
May whent swung from M.i$9!c to
90H'S90c, with Inst sales DlVsC. 11 rlu
of c compai-ed with the night hcfoie.
rnsettled weather lifted corn, which
was ulso affected by the wheat bulge,
shipments fiom Illinois stations wero
notably slow. May ranged from 4SUc to
487lc closing firm Vn'Au lift higher u
4SslftlSTc. Cash Ki'i1tH w'ere steady. No.
2(yclloiv was not quoted.
'Active purchasing bj u leading bond)
had a strengthening Influence An the oats
trade. .May ranged from 325c to "1c. -jA'ttli
th close at 33c. an udvunce of Uc tret.
largn receipts of Iiors and profit taking
on the part of longs dragged tun visions
down. December lard dropped the farth-est-12'.ic.
Cki-inK iiuotatlons were:
ArVlcieTo'pen.l I Ilgii. I Low. I Clo.sJTVes'y.
i vi m-ut I I I I
I DecIS-Tini MH, S3?, Ms,f M
July .87HfJi!4 SS'i87!ii'i! S77,87?,WT.
(.oru 1 1 1
Dec..,4S',f(jUH'i4fl 48U 48'.,
May. I ltU1 S 4S',i 4S4t'H
JxWy.'W.WV l"il 49Hl49H-)
vjais 1 1
Dec. I 3I?,
Pork . 1
31 , 'IIP til U i31iii f.ll Mf U
33 I 3JSI " 33 I 32 j.
33'J 32T, 33',(,!32i(fi
I 1 1
Jan.. I 19 35 I 111 .ITtif If) 27Vi,19 27-301 19 3714
May.llS 02-C IS 70 IS ft) IS 50 IR 70
I-aru 1 1 1
Dec. 10 7(1 10 921, P R7'M 10 K7W 11 tX)
Jan.. 110 (12-6.51 10 (', I 10 D7i, jo ftTillO fi5-7
May. 10 20 in 20-221 10 1214! 10 ii,l 10 2.
Jan..10 22-25IJ0 271,, 10 22'.4. If) 22HI 10 30
May. 19 H0fi112 9 9 I 9 90 I 990 I 0 97H
ChsIi MUotatlous were us follows:
FLOl'R Steady: winter patrntp, $4.3o?ji
4.90; straights, IXWljctM: spring patents.
$4.20fl3.10; straights, $3.9nH.(5; bakers,
RYIC No. 2. e.
BARLHY lVed or mixing. 424M9C. fnlr
to cholcn liuiltllig, C7fl71c.
SICIiDS-Tlmothy. $:t.00f3.:). Clover,
PROVIHIONS-r-Pork. mess. IT.7.Vfls.0.
laid (In tlcrcesi. $U.oo. Short ribs
Total plearances of wheat and flour
were eijtlal to 4S7.000 bu. Primary lecclpts
were I.NM.Olo bu., compaied with 794,tfi(J
bu. the corresponding day a year ago.
Tho world's visible supply, as shown by
liradslreet's, decreased 1,710,4X0 bu. '
Ustlmatod receipts for tomorrow;
Wheat, SO cars; com. 125 cars; oats, 14C
cars; hogs, 40.OJ0 head.
Chicago Cash Prices -Wheat: 'No. 2 red,
Wctifl.02: No. 3 red, SSHMv; No. 2 hflrrt,
K.VjS7c; No 3 haul. sSftPSU ; No. 1 north
ern. MktfW.ic: No. 2 northern, Sttje; No.
3 northern, WiiRJc; No. 2 spring, 83V4ft4c,
No. 3 spring. l02c. No, 1 spring, 74ff79i
velvet ohnjf. 79tT,,4c; durum, S0ih6".
(Torn: No.' 2 yollow. old, 52c; No. 2 yel
low, new, 45lsft17c; No. 3 white, new'. i6xM)
47c; No. 3 yellow, old, Mc; No. 3 yellow,
new. 4SliifH7We; Nn 4. new. 4514c; "No. I,
old. 441H5',ii: No. 4 white. 44isf(4M-': No.
4 ynllovv. 44Vi045ar Outs: So. 2 white.
34V.f0ar.c; No. 3. 3iKc No. 3 white. X&ffi
rac; No. I vvhlto, 31fn2(c; standard. 33'i
ij 34 c.
Rye: No. 2. 62c. Harlej : l'D7r.e.
Tlmothv $J(XWU.9il. Clover: JJO.OVw .il).
lU'TTKR-rni-ettleil: creameries, 2Mf
SfiVc. dairies. 273lc.
KOftBFlrin: receipts, 3.0, rases; at
mark, cases Included. 22tt2fc; ordinary
firsts. 24c: firsts, 274c.
CIIBKKK Steady; dalsle-. 164917c
twlnf, leUf'Uj'.ic; young Americas, Kitiw
ttc, long horns, iHWOmic.
POTATOKSS-Steaily; recelilts. 55 cars.
Michigan. viiS2c; Minnesota, 4Vd50c; 's.
POl'LTRY-Hleady: turkeys, alive. 13c:
dressrd. lc; chickens, alive, I2s; springs,
VKAL-Steady, at 9X4c.
Mlriiifnnolls (Jrulu JliirUfl.
MINN KA PO 1,1 8, Dec. 3.-VHRAT-De-remher.
Wic; May. SS'tc. Cash: No. 1
hard, MT.c: No. 1 northern. 81T47Slc; No.
2 northern, 795,tisiici No. 2 hard Mon
tana. SIHc; No. 3 wheat. 77Vijr79Vie.
CORN-No. 3 jellow, 43HfI4i4-.
OATS Nr.. 3 white. 3fj20l,c.
RYK-Nn. 2. 61flMc.
FLOflt-Flrst patents. II.M104.; sec
ond patents. I3.90iitt.15: first clems. $I.90U
1.20: second, olears, J2.H4i2.40.
Dtlluth Cirnln llHrUet'.
DULl'Tir. Minn . Dee 1-lVIIKAT-No.
1 hatd, W". No- 1 northarti, silic.
N. 2 northrri. "9W4: Montana No. J
hard, nOvio; December. 'e; May. HAi,
'I'olrdn Sieril VlHrUet,
TOLBDO. O.. Dec SKKDS-Clove!
nrli h rj"- lieremb"' Su i0- Marrl
11 7i... Frbr'l.irt. II Oik V'sile prime
te ftnhr 1 ' V h 1 1 Tif -Tt -I.-1
mn I' -mber $1 Kebi uart Jl V71
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Influence of Harrimnn Merger De
cision Hahps Over Trading.
ENTIRE LIST IS UNSETTLED
l'rotinlilc llffrcl of Snpreinr Court's
HiiltiiB1 tened In nryliiu l.lnhts
Mnmlnril till Prrvcdriit
N BV YORK. Dec 3-The Influence of
the llarrlman merger decision huni; heav
ily over the stock tnsrkrt today, l-'luotun-tlons
In the llarrlman ccurltle, were
feverish ,iud tho list as a whole was un
settled. Their was a great deal of theor
ising n to the probabli' effect of tli
dissolution dene.' and while opinions
varied sharply, t li preponderance ot spec
ulative sentiment was bearish and prices
were borne down sharpl.
Selling was conversed on Southern Pa
cific, which dropped 3 points ou unusually
heavy dealings. I'nlon Pacific, after a
strong opening yielded to IV. below yes
terdays close. Jlanv ra lroads and u-
dustrlaJs were depressed 11 point or mote
The market rallied toward the close
In the absence of authoritative state
ments fronV the Interests most illrectlv
coneerncil as to the probable effects of
the llarrlman dissolution decree, the prob
lem was xletved In varying; llnhts. On the
ccnstructlve side. It was argued tlfnt the
unrriman managers would he oblo to
work out :t plan of partition not ' less
successfully than was the rnso of the
rilsfcolutlon of the Standard OH and
American Tobacco companies. Possible
benefits tb stockholders In the distribu
tion of assets WHt-e held up s bullish
factors. Traders who took a bearish lew
held that annllcatlnn of tin. nrln.-lnliM
adhered to by tho supreme court In yes
terday's decision would be of far-reaching
iniiueuco not 01m In other cases to b
Passed on later by that court, but ultl
mntnly In rictet mining the status of many
coriMiratlons. which haw not thus frit
been called to Court.
In the cusp nf Hmitliirii I'm lfl.. lis an..
clal weakness was attributed to specula-
tint. ,.a (n lJ . ... I. .....
..v.. .,0 luiiiiiirn iiih-c 11 is l ill
loose from the parent corporation tinder
which It has been built up to Its present
state. Greatly increased expenses of ad
ministration under tho new regime also
were taken Into account.
Tension In money was snmcfthal le
laxed and easier conditions were lunked
for. with the call from the National con
troller out of the way and gold coming
In from London,
The bond market nns heavy. Total
mles par value. $2,550,000. 1'nltcd States
bonds unchanged 011 call.
Number of sales and Jrafiing quotations
on stocks were us follows:
(lf. Illnti liw, Clo.
Amerlnp neet Susr.
Anierjon rn .
Amerlran Ctn pfil .
Aroerlciill f. & F.
Ainerlcnn Cotlon Oil..
Am. Ice Pecurltlri ...
:t,oo ni mi.
1,1 mi tr
; Anierlrin R & It. ..
Am. H. II. pfd.
Am. Suitar llellnlns .
I Amerlran T. T ..
! American Tobsi'co ....
3, r.oo m,
Atltntle IViti Line ..
iUltlmor. A Ohio.. ..
llrooklin TtapWI Tr ..
CaiuitlHii firlflc . ...
tVntrl Iesther ....
'heMjieako & Ohio...
rtiicst-o 0. w
I'hlCRRO, M t St. I'.
I OMugn t K. W
! I'cloriiln I
I l-'nm 'tViulttp,
Drlanara Jt lli(lon .
Drnter A Itlu Oracle
Driller. K. 0 pM..
1 DlnHler' Securities .
Krle let pfil ...
'.Krl M pM ....
I Uentrel llle.'ltle
eoii uu 61 r.n;
iw Ik.". lilt, m
Pld 1.500 lT?t ill 117
(v lira. 4i 4',t 4(t4i. 4Sa
1 2.S00 191, IJi; 191,
U.Ml G1V, flJT. cjt.
' Inlrrfctttdutli Me
Inter. .Met. pM.
International Paper ....
liilernallonal Pump ..
Kanaaa City Stiiiltierii.
latitat llle Ik. Nsclirllle.
U , Kl. P. H. 8 .M...
Mlaauurl. K. & T
,' 1UK 1T3H
J, (W) 431( 41
National lllaiult 130
.National Ix-atl Miu 10 vj r.uu
N. n. It. of M. :d pld.. i UI. SSli :u
New York Central ... WO 114 I13ti till,
.V V.. O. it W 101) 1S, 33H J3V4
.Norrolk & Wratern 1.11 114U 1131, uji.
North Amrrlrin Iw it tl 1st,
Xorlhern Padllc .. ..'l.lM W, tw, in',
l-arlflc Mall (on 3Hi 13 Mi
Tenntylvinli too IIS'.. 113 113
rrnplc'a cut sou IW, 113 ltr,
P.. (.'., C. V St. I. 100 10 104 104
PlllburU Coil 1 3i6 13', St ti
Presced, Sleel Car iraj 35 itH
Pullmsn Pitiee Car HI
Heading- IH.kixl 171', IT Hi 151!;
HiSubllr 1. ( U too II 25 U ITli
llrpubllc 1. t a. pfd (txj t9 M!,
'ItiKU Itland (In 3,3(" H, !H, If,
I llixk laland Co. pfil ... J,Tt 471. K (('
dt u & y. :i ptd. . m 31s -n 311,
Snh.ii nl Air Line lo 2(1 U i04
' Stiboanl A, I,, pld 00 ( ll't 4V,
Sloaa-Hhetllrhl 8. t 1
Kn. Itiillwajr pfu
retail tc rotlllc.
Union I'arlllc pfd . .
fnlled Htalea Iteiillj-..
t'nlted Stall HutU-r
Tnllrd HUtea steel ..
V S. Steel ltd . ..
V'a -Carolina chemical
Wahath ptrt . . . .
Wutrrn M-irjlmi.l ....
Whrollng LI. K .
Total aalrs (or the dn r. 34't,500 (title.
V pL- It, ...MS- I .. I .. .
NF.H' YORK. Dec. 3.-MONKY-O11 call,
.immi' lflO rti- nwtlt rllltnrr nila Q nur
. ... ,
Q.lut.n, "w" ....n ...... v i'..
cent: closing bid. II per rent, offered at
per cent Time loans: strong; sixty day
nominally GHfaPi per cent, ninety days,
nominally U,i7 per cent; six mouths.
l'RlMK MKRCANTILR PAPI3IV-6 per
nrKRLINO BXCHANUH-Klrmer. with
iiclual business In bunkers' hills nt J4 MN)
for slxty-dsy bills and ut J4.S4ti" for de
nmii'l. commercial hills, J4.R0U.
BILVRR itar, Hc: Mexican dollars.
liONDS Oovernnnt, sleudy; railroad,
Closing Quotations 011 bonds today wars
V. 8. ret. la, re. .100'K C So. let is n
do coupon 100:4 I. S. dab 4a IMI 3H
U. I', rei ViL A N. unl 4.... 7
an coudoii 101 4. M It A: T. la la . SHI
rtj. i. la, rei . ., .lilt, d Ml. ('ta. to
da coupon .. . iJt'JIo. I'aellle 4a. ..71
1 riniroa la. coupan mH do i-anr. Si . U
I A..C. lt tin M N IL R. ot M IV 17
Araer At:, ta.. .. '"JJj'.V. V ('. t. at,.. .
A. 1 v. --- Mv uv. , .1
Am, Tstiaxeo U- ISO av. y N. II A It.
Armour Co 4'" J c
Alehlaon en 4i
1 K I.I . 4.
. tt 1XV
10 de er. la ..
l5No. Pieltle 41..
"14 do la .
5 o. . U rd. 4a.
. 'i Peaa. c. 1441 Kit
7W do fin. 4a
IfHReidlnx iten 41.
I An er. ta. .
A C. U HI 4
llil. Ohio 4a..
IHooU. Tr cr 4a
("en. of .
On. Leather ia.
Ht. Is. dr. H. IV r la 74
Che. Ohio 4'i 1 do ten. ta...
do eonr 4Vii.. iliSI. 1.. H. W. r. 4a
Chlriiu & A lnt. M s. A. I a.lj fa
(.. II, L Q. J. 4a . '4o. Par. lol. t.
do ien. .. WU lo er. it.. ,
a M S f 4Hs..WIS do lit rf la.
C. H. I P e '. fo. Itallmr li .
do r((. 4a .... . V do u. 4a.,
C. tt 8. r - t'f 1H Union Pacific 4
D. & II. rr. 4a. 15 do er. 4a.
D. It. O. rei Ca. Il'i do Jat ret. 4a
DWIIltra- ta It II. 9. Rubber Ca
Erie p. I. 4 . 14!, p, g. steal M ia
no an. la. wt'V. rir Cbem ta
do er (l. wr II. i5t, Wablall )M aV , 4a MU
III. Ten. lit rtf.
4a H'A Welters Md. 4a. X
later Met. 41,1 . to1! WM Blr. r, t,
1b4 M. M 4'a. M W'la. Central 4.
Japan 4lia X"i
I rnsur Sliitemeiil,
WASHINOTON Dec. 3.-'nie comlitliin
of tho I'nlted States freas'in hi the be
KlMitnt; if I'jiiness t slay wa - Worn eg
balance $M 2l?.lv. In bunks ami Phi tp
plnn trvasJly VtlMts U total of gelicru
fuml. J!ti..l3B. R.Mclpts veetelxlM '
I,I9.VS). illstmrsements. ISSllSOT. Tht
surnlus this risc.il ear Is 17.S, as I
agaJnit a deficit r 2t.M!.tlK last yeei
The flRiires for icivlpts dlabursvments.
surplus, etc. eludc PatmuiH canal and
pAibllo debt ti ans-iciltms
Loudon MiicU Vlnrket.
M)NDON, Dec J.- American serttlis
openrtl slestly and alnnit unelwngeil to
day. Buslnei-s was limited timing the
fotciMMin, hut h gHd tune prevailed Mid
the list advanced uml. . the Itstlil of V?uln
Pacific. At noon thr torn was steady
and prices ranged fi-oin to IH above
yesterda.v's New York ,-lose
1AIIH10II l KlSlllg 1(H'K
' Illinois iVniml . ..IS!',
t,,i,omimiin .vn no's
. JtMi . Kin Texs U
. ' New VinV OntMl 11TN.
110V, NntiKlk A Ww-tcrri.tlTs
tiXM. rM t
nlllitiire "Mo li OetuMtt Western. 4'4
t'unidltn Pselfk 151 lVnnltitU
ChtiipetVe Ohio M 1UI..I Mines.
Clil llrt Weilent Is Dtttln
rtil.. Mil st P llviSttttht-Mi Hr
1H dn r-M
Detitfer Ul "
do pM . .
dn lt pM
do 9rt pM
4lHVnlrm rieKle .
US d f,IA . ..
41 dn tM
SllA'ISU liar, steady at ill-lCil per on,
MONKV-31W4 Per cent
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is IMNs l r cent; for
thrcit months' hills. 4t,JU9-lfi ier cent.
Huston I'litslntt Mocks.
HOSTON, Dec. 3. -Closing nuottitlons
A t LiS
11. c c. & . :
p. lUnse C. C
Iit nutle O M
tllrouJ iVin. . ..
Ido Ho)le fnriM
Knir Ike . . .
Like IVpper ..
Iji Bille Copper
H Nevada Von . . H'i
0SMpliii( Mines ... H
.1 Nnrth llutte . . . MU
4N'nrlh UVe . .
Old Itutnlnlnn . . M
U Oaeei.lt .105
14 ()ulnev M
S5V Shalltlnn 1S4.
9 fiipirlitr II M Hi
Tt V. S. B. It A- Nt 41V,
. .In pfd . - W
Jt'lrtrth Con Uli
lHTtslt dipper iv . tuv;
lni Winona ... .41
Nimv Vol'U VtllllttH 'liivl.i.
NI5W YORK'. Dec S. Closing minln
tlons on mining siocks were
Com. Tunnel hock. .tieviein
do bonda 11
Con. Cal. Vi... 17
Iron "llrer HO
UtdTllto Ccn I
OMAHA. Dec. 'i-The bank ilurlnRS
for today arc J3,1W,(YS 79, mid for tho
corresponding day last year T2,M7.S4ti.S7.
NT.W Yt)UK (ilS.N I'.li A I, 3IAHKRT
lliiiitnlliiiis uf the -liny 1111
NHW YORK., lec. S.-KI Ail'R-Qtllet;
sprlnir patents. winter slinlKlit.
14.4&li4.b.i: winter natcnts. Il.f.Vfio.OOi
sprliiR clcurs. 4.15lf4.43: winter extnis.l
mi. 1, H.uii4.1.1, wlnlor exttus. No. 2,
.t.D5fH.(V.. ICnnsna straight. JI.Q0ff4.10. Ryo
Hour, steady, fair to liood, S3.6M3.!H)i
choice to fancy, $3.Kl(pi.K llucUvvhcat
flour, steady. IJ.lWt2.3J, per 100 lbs.
CORNMKAIIlarelv stendy; fine white
Hild yollow, t.4BjI.fi0i coarse. $l.4ltrl.45;
Ultli drlMl, fS.75.
RYKEusy . No. 3 western, Slt)Sc. c. I.
HARI.l'jY Kasy ; fcrdlllK. CSlic, c. I. f..
Now York; inulllnp, 5741WC, c. 1. f..
VHI2AT-HHit. firm; No, i red, $1.05.
elnvator, nnd ll.ofi, f. o. b., itCliiat; No. 1
northern. Dlltuth. Itt'ic. f. o. b.. afloat.
, I''utures closed , net 'hlulicr; December
closed at 'Me; May, ViifjWH-ltici closed nt
COIN J4hiI niiilliet HtroiiK: export,
H44 c, f. o. b afhuit. to t'rrlve.
1 OATS-Spot mnrliet, stendy; standard
, white. 37i37l.4c: November. 3l'..3ilu:
white clipped, .TTftiik.
IIAY-Klrnij No. I. $1.15. No. S. I .lr ;
No. 3, IKKie.'icl
11RAN Quiet; western sprint?, loo-ib.
sucks, JL'UO; stHlldiiliV.nildailllK, $21.33
I dtv nilddiinir, $:J.O).
I IIOI'K ICas ; stnle, commoii to choice,
11)12. 2Cili 1911. 217i
rjc, vm imi. it.uisc.
IIIDIW-Flrm. Central America
LKATII Kll leirm: liniiilnck firsts. 2S1I
29o; seconds. 27r2sc; thirds. 2Hif2."ic; ro
"M i(.,.t. ivy.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mess. JI9.2MJ
$19.60; fatuity, $2J.(XH('-'4.'l; short clours,
J22.Whl.no. Ileiif. firm; mess, Jirt.ftOti U);
family, $23,00&24.00; beef hums, $2S.OK(3l.Wl.
Cut meats, dull; pickled hollies, 10 to
15 pounds. $12.ro'(il3.00; pickled hams, J 1 1.00.
I-nrd, easy; middle west, prime, $U.15W
11.25; refined, iiulct; contlnmlt. JI2.(X)j
South Amnrlcnii, $12.70. comisiuiid, J7.87H
TALIK5W-HliMdy. nrlmo lty lilul.i..
i'i'e; sijeclal, 7c; country. MifibUc
Hl'TTUR Firm, receipts, (1.77S tubs,
creamory nxtras, 37l7'(,'lSc. Ilrsls. 33lr:!6c,
held extras. 33Sftllc, slate dnlrv, finest,
M&aic; process extrss, 27!i12bs; factory,
June make, firsts, 241:; current nuike.
firsts, 24Wo;, packing sioclc, etlireiu niuko.
No. ?. 32Uc,
ClllSKSli-Htfiiily; i-eeclnts. -..llt! boxes;
state, whole milk, held colored spccluli,
nilflRe, white specials, l(4i.
I'HlOrW-Steudy: reeelpts S.2IU euses.
fresh giithered extra.-, :2)Jfi2c; western
uiitliereil whites. 33(N2c: state. I'eniisvL
vanla nnd nearby liennry browns, 41iH2c;
gathered browns and mixed colors, 3'ltr40c.
POl ll'RY-DreBKed, dull; fresh killed
1 western chickens, lliffllic; fowls, 12HSf
.?! I't'ifi tuikel's. 8f(2lc. Live, s(eiidy west
'J,? ern ehlekcns, 13H'He; fowls, ltllc; tur.
-7 ' St, Louis (ienrrnl VlnrUcl.
HO'a I ST. LOUIB, Mo., Dee. 3. W 1 1 HAT -leash,
firm; truck, No. 2 red, J1.05U1.07;
;.. N"- '-1 linrtl. MI'HliOc.
.J COIIN-Klrin; track, No. 2. liW"7'7c; No.
'2 while, 47c. P
- , OATH Weak, truck. No. 2. Mc; No, 2
iji, Whlto. 35U4jflfie.
.j, Cloning prices of futillw:
WMKAT Higher: Decunibe
WHS-iiiguci . wecemiier.
IJAIO I ITlll
ltvi- I'neliiiniieii: MJc.
FliOL'R Quiet; red winter nntents, JI.S5
146.16; extra fancy and stialKhts. H.VAt
4.7f.; hurd winter clcara, jn.ioira.tv
llliAK Dull: siicki-1. cast truck. SMilttc
IIAY-Strong; tlmotrty. JH.OVtf 18.80; prai
If 4 fill t V I 1 1ft !1i
HUMP TWINli-Xc v
PROVISIONS Pork, uiioluuigml; Job
bing, J III 50. Ijiril, unohaimed; primo
steam, tHl.72mi10.8SH. Dry salt mcHts,
iinehunged; Imxml, extra shorts. Jll.Su;
clear ribs. Jll.Tfi; short elenEs. JI2.1!,4. Ra
con. uiichunKed. boxed, extru shorts.
$12.75; clear ribs, $12.75; short clears,
PO I' 1,T R Y - Quiet, chickens, 'Air:
springs. Uc; turkey. 18c; ducks, 15r;
HCTTICR-Flrm: creamery, JtHisllic
' Receipts. Shipments
Flour, bbls I0,(M) l9,f'io
Wheat, bu 9S,(iO nO.ikio
(Torn, bu W,4M W,W0
Oats, bu 82,000 30,(
Km ti an ( l(- (irsln nnd I'rm Ulona.
KANBAH CITY. Mo.. Dec. 3.-WHI5AT--r'nsh.
iiuehariKed to 1c higher; No. 2
hard. SlMlSTi: Nv- 79r,irWlc; No 2 rod,
97c4($l.(0; No. 3, SUflyiHc.
CORN-I'nclmngetl to Ic hlghur; No 2
mixed, 44WHtc; No. S. 4JV4-; No, 2 whit.
45V4(f46c; No. 3, iic.
OATH Dnrhiingetl to Vi higher; No. 2
white, 3XfHc, No. 2 mixed, 33fi8Jc.
Closing prices of futures:
WHBAT Deiumher, 78V.c; Muy, rSiic:
CORN Dticember, 4ISHWc; May, 4S
lHirc. JulA'. 4lMme.
OATH Dijcumber, 2Sc: Mh-, 3iTC
HAY-riichaiiged. eholeo tlmlthy, $ll.f
1M3.W); choice pralrl. lll.OOflll.sa
RUTTKR Creamsry. Jc; flrnts. !.
(eeimds. 'JO'-. pHrklng stock 244,6.
(SfKlS ICxtras. 30c; first". 2fc; seconds.
POl'LTRY llen It .'-" . roosters, s'm
''.( -i-r'.ngs. 11 Vl3c. young tiirkr s 1-''
Ret el). Is Shipment -
:i iai 77 ' o
bu , ll(ajn lion
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Most Kinds of Cattle Active and Gen
HOGS OFF EARLY. STEADY LATE
crj I'nlr lti'frlt of Hot Is Mlifrti
Hittl l.illlllis, While Trntlr Is
Mtn mill llio 'rentleni-j
"f Prices ICnslrr.
SOUTH OMAHA. Dec. J mt
Receipts vvcro: Cattle. Mors. Shcop.
orficiui Mnndnv io.n.
l9etlinuto Tiiesilii) . H,2tG
Two ilsvs this week It'.. Is', S.V7lV'i 2I.4R1
Same iIhvs Inst u.-ob lftSf.7 .VO.SI. 32.(175
SninetliiysaweeUssKo m.UMi 1I.W7 37,87
Same days 3 weeks ago 12.S4S 14.19s bi,Ut
.-nine nuys 4 weeks ago M4 ".ail ;to.iw
rniue uujs lust eur 9.910 10,311
The roiiuivmg table shows the receipts
Of cattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha
ior tun year to ute as coinpareu wun
last jesr. 181". 1911. inc. Dc,
Cattlo .... HtS.liSO l,(ll&,21H 1W.11
IIOK-S ...2.mt.7ll L" IKf.142 u26.DtW
Sheep .3T99.SS1 2.64,9SO .. M,(il7
The ftillon-lug table shows the tango of
prices tor hogs at South Omaha (or the.
last fo vvdays. with comparlslons;
Dale. 1911. mil.llo.190S.il08.it07.lOi.
NOV. 23. 7 W
Nov. utuj ti )
4 OS (i 12
4 07 00
4 a c oi
4 50 tl 01
Nov. m i . w (i l
Nov. 2ti I 7-4;ia"
Nov. 27.' 7 4.Si 6 1
Nm ll I a l .1 !
hi) S 01
8 04 C M
Nov. . 7 :i u 01
I 07 S Oli
Nov. 30. 7 PJ'n
I'ee. I.i - 11 01
Dec. 2.. I 7 57ll (i Oil
Dec. 3..'. . .
7 Mi ! (Hi b 1st
7 131 8 ("II 5 751
7 18 8 (W 5 tlftj 4 C.t 0 OS
CATTLIC-CutUu ucetpts were pretty
fnlr iigiiln todny milking Die tntnl tor Hie
two ihiy.s this week lh hinil While
this number was ver mueh larger Ihsti
msi wees owing to tlielo having neon It
holiday, the) were not so large us tw-ii
weeks ngo by 3,7W hentl. To make
another rompnrlson they were larger than
a year ugt) b.v over ,( head.
The demunti for beef steers vvns unite
uclve nnd buyers lor packing house
were gcncrully out In good seuson In the
morning, The movement was active und
the big bulk of tho cuttle ehnugeil hands
early In thr forenoon. Tho prices paid
vveic generally stendy with yesterduy, and
In some cttseH possibly ! little stronger
un tint kinds that were, wriihest yesterday.
Cows nnd heifers siild finite freely to
outside buyers nnd niiythtng thut they
would luko commanded about sternly
prices. On the other bund pucker buy
ers were slow In getting stinted mid tlip
trade so fur ns they wero concerned win
dull unit wank.
Stock catllo ami feeders were In nctlvu
tlniniind uguln today, the market coniln
nlng In about, the same condition us yes
terday with little, or no chnngu In either
Quotations on Native Cuttle Oood Li
choice buef steers, JS.2Cfi9.76; full- to good
beef steers, J7.26JfS 25, common to fair
beef steers. Sft.0Ofl7.25: uood to choice heif
ers, J3.7Mii.Ort, good to choice cows, $5.59
1tU0; rnlr to good grndes, HMnb.m; com
mon lo fit If grndes, $3.S5ilf4.50; good to
choice stockers and feeders, J6.2MI7 50;
fnlr lo god Blockers und feeders, J5.7MI1
6.2A. common to fnlr stockers it ml feed
ers. $5,0016.75; stock cows and heifers,
$l.60'fi.00i veal culves, J5.001jy.00; hulls,
stngs, elf., JI.O0tpl.00.
Quotations on Rnlige Cattle Ooyd to
choice href steers. lil.7MtS. 15: fnlr to unoil
beef steers, Jll.251,75, eommoii to fair
neer sieers, ia.uuuu.;ui.
IIOOS-F.vciythlim In hog trmln clrt:us
this morning seemed to point to a lown
ttend nf values and ut u resuli u goodly
number of milesmeii niude up their inliids
to putt wilh their holdings Imforu thu
forenoon got very fur iidviincvd. With it
very liberal supply or hogs In sight and
'iTit'ssliig I epul is from Hillside points
enr. In the morning the speculntora be
gun doing business nt prices unywheie
from weul; to fully a nickel lower, their
piitchuKcs shuwiiig mostly u nickel de
cline. The speculutors Apparently tecog
nlzed tho heurlsli sentiment prnvalllng In
the tinde, conseipirntly bought u Minuller
petcentuge of the receipts than on the
day previous Tho opening utiles wero
made uriruud $7.45l(7,rai.
Packing luteiests wero a trifle slow tit
flisl In stnrtlug In ou that basis, their
first bids being fully u dims off when
contpured with the general run of siitcu
yesteiihiy. iHellers, however, had tilt
rotiiugo to hold out for better vnlpes und
In conxciiutiiice the first niovninnut uf
hogs to the puckers was ut figures nround
$7.l1f7.b5 mid iUlle il percentuge of the
offerlligH chutiReil hunds on that basis.
Near tho closu II brcufne npparclit to thu
buyers thut ll)eie were scarcely enough
hogs left of tho llbeinl supply to fill the
rest of their orders, so prices showed
still fin ther Impiuvemeiit during the clos
ing trntle. At or neur the close the bulk
or the soles vvnio niude iiroiiud $7.557.),
with some louds reuchlnir $7.tI5. While tho
enrly trado was somowlint slow o thu
whole the movement wub fulily active,
with u strong undertone to prices, The
liberal supplj wus tienreil In good seuson.
The receipts fooled up ubout 230 ears or
Ki.OIO head, us ugiiliiHt 12.317 brill lust Moll
(ln, 12,891 heud two weeks ngo und 11,652
head un the correspoudlng day lust yrur.
Qiinllty In geunrul wits very fair for this
time of the y m .
HIIKUP Morn or less dlltlliess und tin
certiilnly seemed to surround the open
ing trado In liiinhs mid sheep This inlght
hi) attributed to tin fact that lorul priced
nr nlrendy vers i-.'gh when rompurrd
with liilrngo, und early ntlvlces liidlcuted
no Improvement In thu gcnerul trudo nt
my pf the othrr murkel points, llnth
thn lorul m ii lite t and Chlrhgo being well
supplied this morning, the pucker buyers
wore nuturully heurlsli during thn first
hoots of the forenoon. Some littler time,
elapsed before buyers und sellers got
down to business In earnest, and In con
seiiiitinrn Utile liimlneas was transacted
eutiy. DurUlR the oienlug tradu nbout
til ten louds of fed western luiubs changed
hands ut $7.25, and a ear of whrutflehl
lumbs fiom Idnho brought $7.00.
In tho end the bulk of the sheep und
lamb offerings moved ut prices generally
fully 10(1 ITn: lower tliun yesterday's gen
eral murkel The mujorltj of the offer
ings did not ehungo hands until welt
along toward mld-duy. The best fed
lambs on title sold at $7.10.
A fulrly liirga inn showed up, ns uc
voiding to early estlinuten about fifty
two curs or 11.80) heud wero yurded. As
will he noted from the table of receipts
the supply wus about the sumo us two
weeks ngo, lurger than a year ugo, but
slightly under thut of latt Tuesday. I'n
llkn veslerday, luiubs cdiislituted the
large cud of tho receipts, and the must
of them were either fed westerns or
natives. Thetti were only Hbout u half
(lor.cn louds of range stock ou the mur
kel ultogother. Thn general finality of
tho offerings was very similar to yester
duy, though more good lumbs unu luas
pood sheep wero In evidence.
Quotations on Sheep and Lnmbs-J.ambs,
good to choice, J7.3&H7.7S, lumbs. tuir to
good. J.50t7.3fi, lumbs. feeders, $5,501
(J.Go: yearlings, light, $5.354,1 6. 36, yearlings,
hoivy. $5.t(K46-33; yearlings, feeders. $4.50
tft.10, wethers, good to choice, J1.24tff4.75,
wethers, fnlr to bo1. $3.6.04.25; wethers,
feedeis, Jt.OOtitlQ. ewes, good to choice.
tl -tfJiiA ill' U'U tnr 111 111)11(1. I3.75A4.25.
ewes, faeders, $2.H.Vtj3.W. ewes, yearlllUf f
breedtiis, $I.WVIj.(j0; culls, sheep anu
Kn ii mis ( l() Live Sloek Murkel,
KANSAS CITY. Dec. S.-4'ATTLK-Re.
celpts, 13,0m hetid, luoludlng W south
erns, market, steady to weak; dressed
beef und export steers. $$.00tfl0 60; fair
to good. $6 509(&.W); western steers. $5.50
8..V); stockeis nnd feeders, $4.7&'7-3C,
Boutheiu meets. $1.5049.00; southern cows,
$1.7646. 5l. native cows, $3.756 0.7r; natlvo
helftrs. $5.0Vr.i50; bulls, $4.2tVC.0O; calvis,
MOOS Receipts, head; market,
Ilfc lower. Hulk of sales. $7.Wli7.70:
heavy, $7.551t.7.7Ti; packers and hutrhuis,
$T.Vti775. light. $7.4(sii7.b0: pigs, $. 40yfjT. 10.
HIIKKJ' AND LA MRS -Receipt. 0.000
hrutl; innrket, steudy nnd strong; lambs,
J5.S0f7.ir; yearlings, J4.7&&6.3B; wethers.
J4.VOIM.C0; ewes. Jt.n1j4.50, stockers und
feeders, J3 lt.(0.
St. I, tin U Live Stock Mrke. '
ST IJl'IS. Dc 3 CATTLB Receipts,
ll.rm) bead. Iu biding 4.Co Tenuis; markt I
Vft' lowsr; t-iiolee to fine, Jlo.onill.OO; good
to clinlcr, $HOtH0OO: dressed und butch''1
sleets J5.tw4 ' heifers and feeders. J:! ,j
j7(0 rows ami helfc-s, JloOlffW, can
neis $3i'r((ji). bill". Jl "ibfl.OO calv.s,
Ji'f.WjII i). Texas nn ()1 lali iin i strer
$.. ('Hi L'.j i-niVR iil"l helff s $.:. '(IJ.UI
lliMiS lb e pis. ilCnO beu'i market be
Ion Hi fitfts and tights. $.50R7.6o. mix"'
and butchers.. $7. Kff7.7n: good heavj, $7 b.'i
7 75 '
SIUCKP AND LAMRS-Reieipis ).m
hertd; market, steady, muttons. $i.Jr4.4o.
yearlliig. J.V51IR.W, lambs. JS 30ff7 71
tulls nnd buctts, J2.(v,f4i,jB; stockcrs, $.15.'
(IIICAIJO ,IIJ STUCK .M.VHKF.TS
llriiinni! fur Ileus Stendy Cnt tie nnd
ClUCAdp, Dec. 3.-CATTLK Receipt
9,ft0 bend; market, wosk to 15e lower,
breves, JJ.fAtill.00; Texas steers $4.4Va"0
western slcers, J.VfiWO.M; stockers and
feeders, $4.3Ml7.bO; cows und heifers, $2 50
7.0. calves, $rt.7Mrl(i.M.
UOOfV-Reielpts. J5.(W head; market,
generally steady; light. $7.3ofr7.TO: mixed.
$7.30117.78. heavy. $7.30Q7.75. rough. $7,307
7.J0; pigs, J5.3frfr7.ai. bulk of sales. $7ti
SJtDFJP AND LAMUH-Recelnts. 45.WV
head, market, Mow, mostly 101) lfc lower,
native, $3.00ff4.M, western. JS.KOlft.W; year
lings, $t,90uC..2.1. lambs, native, J.v50T7.t5.
SI, Joseph Lite Slork Mnrliel.
ST. JOSKPH. Mo.. Dec. 3,-CATTlE
Rscclpts, 8,80) head; market slow; siests.
J6.iWri0.Ml cows nnd heifers. J3.50eK.V1
lIOOfl-Recrlpts. U.2(V) head! marltot f-tf
lov lower; top, $7,70; bulk of sales. 17 JSiV
BltKWP AND LAM US Receipts, 2.K"
head; market lOPISc higher; )hmbs, $.47t
7 75. ,
Stock In Slttht,
Receipts of live stock nt the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday;
South Omnha y2M
St. .loseph 3.MK1
Knnsas City 13,000
St. Louis ll.OW)
4.1,000 9!,3il x,$00
Dec. i.-WOO' . '1 ,
ruponed In dramestle wools,
with vnllies liolilinf, inm -
chtapcr grades. The Imiulrv for tern
lory stock Is about the nventge Some
fairly good Ministers In Texas twelve
months nm reported, ns well ns In Cali
fornia wools. Nun by fleeces are scarce
except delutnes. Wisconsin and Missouri
three-eighths blood, 29c; quarter blood
2'tft30c. Kentucky, etc.: Half blood un
washed, 272c, three. eighths blood tin
washed, 3Iff33e. Scoured bnsla; Texns
fine, six to eight months. 3So3B7oi fine,
twelve months, (vruu-.c; fine, fall, 474T4SO
California. Northern. 52tf53c; tnltlrlle
county. 50jjf2o; southern. 4W9c, fnll
rive. 4:ili5tRt. Oregon. Hastern. No, 1
Kluple, Ciiit;r,c! east ern, cotublnir, D6c; val
ley, No. I, o5c. Territory Finn staple,
fiii7c; flue medium staple. (IIM'c: fjn
clothing. CAtiCo; rine meiituni clothing, 57
tKi9c; htilt hlooii ronihing, r.2tfic: thnyf
eighths blond combing', C5D5SC; quarter
blood combing, 53455c.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Drc 3,-WOOL -Stendy!
territory nnd western mediums,
2ITI2.V: fine mediums, 1Stf20c; fine, 13(17c
IA1NDON, Dec, 3.-WOOI-The ouctlon
subs were continued today with offer
lugs of 11,500 bales. Merinos caused brisk
competition between home nnd continen
tal buyers nnd prices were firm. Vie
torhin geensy Mild at Is &Hd. Medtiitn
grndes were ocenslonally Irregular, but
rross-breds wero strung nnd withdrawals
Visible Supply of (Iritltt.
NUW YORK, Dec. 3. -Special cable ami
telegraphic communications received by
Hriidstreet's show thn following disuses
In available supply ns compared with pic
vlotis nccoiint: Avnllahlc supplies I'nlted
States, enst Itockles Increased (RS.COU
bushels. United Btates, west Rockies. In
crorwed 1SS.O0O bushels, Cunndu, decreased
2.27I.OX) bushels. Total Fnlted States nnd
Canada, decreased 1,395,000 bushels. Afloat,
for and In Kurope, decreased 40O.OW bush
els, Total American und Kuropcan sup
Ply, ilex-reused 1,795,000 bushels. Corn,
United titatus nnd Cuniitlit, litutensod l.OtM,
COO bushels. Outs. United fitntes nnd Can
ndn, decreased C58.0O0 bushels.
Thu leading Increases anil decreases re
ported this week follow; Increases
.Muiiltobu. 2,101,000 bushels! Portland, Me,,
Ciii.ooo biiHhels; Minneapolis, privato ele
vators, SO.COO bushels; Cleveland, (31.000
bushels. Decreases; Loulsvtllc, 3I)3,01V)
bushels; Port Huron, 100,000 bushels.
The visible supply of wheat In Canada
Huturduy, November 30. was 13,115,00(1
liushelsj a decrensn of .T.721,00 bushels.
N15W YORK, Dee. 3.-C01TON-8put
closed steady, mltldllng uplands, 12,S5c,
middling gulf, 13.1Tk'. No sules,
li'utures closed steady; nloslng bids
December, 12.3(ie: .Isnuary, 12.49cj Febru
ary, 12.5.1c; March, 12.59c; April and May,
12.53c; June, I2.6lc,i July, 12,4fic; August
12.33c; September, 11.87c: October. 11,72c
L1VHRPOOL, Dec. 3,-COTTON-Spot.
good business done: prices 11 points
lower; American middling fair, 7.4ld; good
middling, 7,10d; middling. fi.90d; low ml'l
tiling, H.27d; ordinary. 7.2ld; good ordi
nary, 7.2Sd; sales, 10.000 bales.
ST. IOUIS. Doc. 3,-COTTON-meady.
middling, 13',ic;'no sales; receipts, 9,005
bales, shlpineuti, 8,912 bales, stock, 13,533
NBYV YORK. Deo. 3.-COFFHI-Fu-lures
mm ket opuiied sleudy at an iiilvaiice
uf 3 to 5 points ou higher liropcan cables
uliil closed stendy at uu nilvimce of 6 to S
points, Sales, 110,250 bags. Closing bids.
December, 13.18c; Jnnuui-y, 13.28c, Febru
ury, I3.:i3e. .March. 13.02c; Apt II, 13.70c;
Muy, 13.82c, June, 13.87c; July, 13.91c. Au
gust, 13.92c; Septembj-r nnd October, IS.PCc,
Spot mnrllet. tpilet; Rio 7, 14'o; Santos
4s. ICVc, mild, unlet; C'ordoya, 16U4j18t.'.
The world's visible supply statement
showed an Increase of 181,449 bags, against
S45,:2-9 bugs lust year
O in n tin liny .Market,
OMAHA, , Dee. 3.-HAV-NO. 1, choice
upland. JlO.lOJj'll.O), No. 2, $3.501110.00; No.
3, U.OOi'j.dO; No, I, choice midland, $10.00
(010.50; No. 2. $9,50110.00; No. 3, M.Ort9.00;
No. 1, choico lowland, J9.00jri0.00; No. 2,
ltAWiO.00; No. 3. $7.0088,00. Alfalfa; No. J,
third anil fourth cutting. $ 14, tOTjf 15.00; No,
1, first and second cutting, J14.OOffl4.DO;
No, 2. any cutting, $3.O0hj)13,; No. 3,
any cutting, $9.(ttflil.00. fitiaw. oat. $5.00;
rye, $7.00; wheat, Jfl.0Q-d6.5a
Turpentine it ml Rtialii.
SAVANNAH, Oh., Doc. S.-Tl'RpfaN-TINI-nrm
nt 35Mjaoc, snlos, 371 bbls ,
receipts. 420 bbls.; shipments, 92H bbli.i
stocks. 37,tl bbls.
ROSIN Firm; sules, 2,291 bbls.; receipts,
2.011 bbls.; shipments, 83S hbls.; stocks,
1M.73K bbls. Quotations: A, II and C,
$5.57,t, I), $5.00; H $5.1BV. F, O. It and 1.
15.05; K. Jfi.; M, $7.01, N, $7.23; AVO.
$7.35; WW. $7.(K.
Mllwnukrf drain Alarkrt.
MILWAUKKK. Dec. 3.-WHUAT-No.
1 northern. StefMc; No. 2 northern. 82(84c:
No. 2 hard winter, 8fi87r, December, S2c,
CORN-No, 3 yctlpw, 47Hc; No, 3 white,
471H7c; No. 3, 4C4'ilAc; December. 41!c;
f . lit .l-a- R4A.?Sv.
Jl.llll.l i w-u ,
. . n
Liverpool (irnlu allnrkft.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 3.-VIIBAT-Spot.
easier; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s ilVad; No. 5
Muiiltobu, 7s 2li No. 3 Manitoba, 7s Id:
rutin r. easl'i Decetiiber, 7s 2',4tl; March.
7 24d. 5tuy, 7s Sd.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
old, Ca 5d: futures, easier; December, Is
lOStl: January, 4s lid.
PKORIA. Dec. l-CORN-rnchanceil
to Ho up. No, 3 white, 45c, No. 4 white,
4i,sc; No. 3 yellow, HSCKsjc. No. 1 yel
low, 14HJs5c. No. 3 mixes!, 4541Hc; No.
4 mixed, 4 4 mi 15c. sample, 41(1 15c.
.OATS Steady No, ! white, 51c, stand
ard, 23c, No. 3 whlto, 32c
HraUea.Koft lluiicba. Coro 8oH,
Poll i:ll. Oultor. Klatula or anr
to usei docs not hi lata r under
bsndais or letuore. I bo hair, ud
Juu ran mrk the bora. CJ per bol
le, dellrereiS. Honk 7 iZ free.
manaind. Keduret I'alnful, hid
len Veiiii. Uoltta, Vet Btraips,
Itrolaea, nop PslD n4 ffBatnnis.
tlon. Pr( :o II Ott wr bollla at drab
lera Drdehvereii. W'll tll sou ninrs
jit ion Witts, lianaforlnrea odI br
if f YOUNQ.r.o.r,, IM Taal U, 8irlail, Mail.