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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Ik nrw, Sssd; Amorl('n mixed, old, id. mures, stead.v ; January, in Sd; l-'eh. ruary, . kd. leidtri in Bull Trade Taking More Interest in Bull Side. INCREASE IN DEMAND NOTED Trudf In Corn KipccHn Rig Itaa Iar a "short Time, ( l.eaat k While Present Weather (nntlaaes. f,H IIRK 4;I:PF.RI. M A H K KT A ariose NEW YORK STOCK MARKET 81(1 kiln I. f. Mantatlon f the liar 4 omtnorlltles. XKW YORK. .Tan. 9. KLOUR-Stciidy; Sluing patents. tVO'iiu XO; winter straights. 4. icti4.au; winter pitents. 4 .M ii; spring !. ra. 14 lti4 ST.. winter extras. ftn. t. 1'i Tixfi.1 Mi: winter citrus. No. i. 13 K'.'il.l.C; Kansas sti atght. 4.rm4i4.7o. Re reipls, 1, IS", hhls.; shipments II, Ml bbls. Hv flour. stead v! fair tti cuoi. 44 ."1 l.!i: i holre t.i ftinrv, tt.!i.'; '..).'.. Buckwheat flour unlet i.' tier l.m His ' 4't HtAM E Al. Kasv t.lte Vr.,te OMAHA. Jon. .1, riiw, si f r,i i mills'. fl.4 Vil i. n I A riml C'T i '.It. 1 C Mi.ii'A IIHOI--". 111 lia lllll llfflS. HI Ml IIIIJ .. . , --. eel, in! .rmr I" lighter than ; l' uxM.V.Y-tt,- H1(,13. time for month. 4hsii wneHi . '1r f lfr L ' ' btiliisl, and an in.rease m the .-; iUing C ,.I'V Vn r(vl and etipniR ueir.an.is mii.ni.eu. . .;.- - , ' '.- '.'..i ...; i was aii-u an InitxTtant increase in im ' ' ,'"; "''" V J ";,.., "V. visible supplv. .ew from Argentine is ; " n. ....... i "... i him n "",'"' ;l near the sens.ith iial P"inl and It look ' o. b Hfloat. Future maikrt. bullish, like buers weie going to have plenty of Argentina news with JlKht western re- em-ouragemetit. . .. , '' . , " ' ' '"'" "'V.?..'. The tiade. in corn is. expert a '. J":'".",""-... '.".'..".l-"' ' run for a moi i time at leafi .i..t ..... ,..-,.,,,,. .......,., weather hol.ln komI. This haa rreate.l a o i'l final pi Irei. ere .,. lower. May ferlinie In fnvoi of a 1.- liiie In r. e-. rlon.-rt l .1 -, -l-: July Wo. but rash prx e are firm, ami while pren- i ultN Spot maiki-t. ehy : etport n"v. eat cunilillmm favur hcIIIiik the !. line ",'c f. o. h. afloat. J'ihuim niHrkel wna will l.e Mlioi t llve.l. , . , "'""'VH1- t- . . . Heavy pruflt taking len rae.l rvivat OA I f-Kpi.t marki I. firm: vtanrlard fut urea todav. but news la b'.nllh mul the hitc M',c m i-leva torn; No. i, Mc; No. decline will probably ! ahort l.vl. t'anh 8 an. I .o. 4. natural white mul wheat waa 'jc htKher. , " hlte llpne.l. xt't c on track. Kutttrra The corn niarki-t wa il! on p:'Ire , r.ihi k"t m nominal, aelllna bv beam who are ant i. iat i n at K H At-firm; pilnir. Il.no. nominal: X.i. heavy run to market. t'h corn un- , J. II No. 2. l.Ml.lo, No. 3, Sic changed to V lower Weakness Follows Brisk Demand in the First Hour. PROFIT TAKING IN EVIDENCE f'.inmlv wheat receipt V.-evA V.iihela and hi. I. 'inert weie JT-.f'l') bu-hrl, KaliiKt receipt l-t -ar of .III n linlii and ahipmenta of !"' bii'ie!. Primary coin receipt were .'.fi.two buahela and alilpnter.t were r,4.rrt btiehel!'.. aKHlnut receipt lnt vo ir of 7 ' ""I bushel and ahlpment of 54n.oi bunliel. f'leaiancea were tniHl.ela of corn, l.arn buahel of oiita and wheat and flour equal to bunliel. Liverpool cln ed hlKhcr on wheat and Sd hiKlmr corn. The followlim each ula were reported: Wheat: No. 4 hard. I car. f'tc. Cornt No 4 vellow. 1 car. :c: 2 car, fifjc; No. 3 mined. 1 cur. rr. No. 4 mixed, 1 "r. Mc; no srado. 1 car. 6!r; i cara. 8S4c; 1 car, Mc. Oat: No. S white, 1 car, 4H,,ic; Ko. 4 while, 1 car, 4'ic x rimaba Caah frteea. WHEAT-No. 2 hard. Sl.OO'-M? 1 04 hard. 11.00171.03; No. 4 hard, ft.cgil.gn. CORN-No 3 white. bUH'-i'e: No. 4 white. SNfioiie; No. 3 color, 6tyhic:. No. S yallow. Hi-'c; No. 4 yellow, 671350; No. t. mtlitWc; No 4, 6:iMe. OATS No. 2 white. 4i'.H' 4ftc ; standard. 4'U4Mic: No. 3 white. imc; No. 4 white, 4.S?4f4tsy4e; No. S yallow, 45ti6c; Vn 4 vallnu.' 4ft'tW4.r,. e. RARI.FY-MaltliiK. $1 OOffl 5: No. feed, TKoc; heavier field. h6e. RYE! No. 2, (fMOWc; No. S, SHflWe. Carlot Reeelata. Wheat. Com. Chicano 2' Mlnnaapolla 121 Omaha 1 Duluta 36 No. i 4417 1 Oats. 12 V CHICAGO GRAIN ATf PnOVISlOJf B Featarea of the 'Iradlna; and Cloalnc Prleea oh Hoard of Trade. CHICAOO. Jan. S. Asaertlona that crop ralna In rlnnce, Italy and Hpaln hava been aiifftclent to make the Argentino hortane reiuttvelv unimportant aeemaU to lake all the atronKtn today out of wheat. The market cwiaed eaay at a net decline of H'i-c. l-aimt tradinn left corn ViWic to So down, oata uncnanifeil to e oif and hog produola varying from a ahadn lower to to up. In the lat half of the day aentlment veered decidedly to the bear aide. At tempts at profit-taking pulled down trie market aomewhat and then came state, menta that Kurope, exclusive of Itula, had rained li.ow,(HJ0 bunhela more wneai than In 110. The clone wsa within He of the bottom level reached. May fluctuated from Hc to S1.0." and In the end was friHc, a net loss of c. Blownesa of eastern demand, as wen as the enlarging receipts, pulled down corn. lay ranged from WfW'4C to lc, clos ing steauy HTJo net lower t ash grades were aeprcsaeu. a low waa not quoted. ... , Oata eased oif on account of selling by cash houses. I'pper and lower levels reached for May were 44'o and 4:iSc. with the close 4344o, a decline of 'c irorn last night. . Selling ordera were exceedingly small In the provision pit and the close was un- changed from yesterday. The leading tuturs iangen as follows: ht.tn. HOI'S-Imll ; Rllo, rominon to choice, V '!. 4v-iiVf. ; I 1 0. iinmlnil. 1'iielflc coast, li'll, 4''a"ic; nominal. Hllil-ri-M'ady; Central America, :.'c; it. "t, ?J ll&c. I.KATIIKH Klrm; hemlock first. 2M j,r; KeeondH, ziijizijc; thirds, 'ilyzic; re-Jet-ta. 11m:. I'KOV S ONH-Pnrk. slendv: mess. I7.ii17.2S: fnmllv. SlO.O'r.i M.M- abort clears. i;.;i; m.,K. Reef, steady: mess. IJ.i; family, fl4.SUIS.t: beef hama, -; .ikai ;;.). l.'ut meat. (inlet; pickled bellies, 1l to 14 pounds, !.?: plikled nam, jn n'niii.zr.. I.ard. Ilrm: middle west. $.:xV.t.30; refined, easy; continent, S'l.f.S; r'outh Ami'tlca, S10.2."; compound. TAIiUiW- 4Jiilet. prime cltv. hhds.. 'c; lountry, 6V(ifi"o. Hl.'VTKIl - Firm; cieamery specials. 3Rc: xlra, '4fiit7c: process specials. 2lJ1.4527c. t'HFIKSIO-Flrtn: aklma, 4Ue. KUUS--I" Irtn: fresh aathercd, extras. 83 t'.tc; 4-xtra firsts. Wtfn 31c; western gath ered, whites, Knf.e: roi l.lllY Alive etronaer: western chickens. llfilViP; fowls, Uul4c; turkeys, n'oinr. i 'l essen atea.iy; w estern rhlekens (kalUVir; fowls, i.tiir.'ic; turkeys, iSfrtLijc, M. I.nnla General Market. HT. I.Ol'K. Jan. a WH KAT-Pash. hither; track No. 2 r.-d, l7fwSc No. 2 hard. WciiSLW; Mav, iii,c; Julv.'TIISc. ('Oil V Weak: track No. Z, '3a4j444c; No. 3 white, oVhi; Mav, 4Sc. o TS Htrotig; track No. 2, 49c; No. 2 white, Vic; December, ivc. KI,OI'H Dull; red wlntor patents, $4.Xi f4.75; evtra fancy and etralirhts, 3.WKrt 4..K1; hard winter clenrs, $.1.4iko.1.f0. HKKI -Timothy. IM.O'rJi 15.50. t'OHNMRAIIW. IIUAN yulet; sacked cast track, $t.W S I. a". HAY Klrm: Umothy. I2O.0C& i!4 00; prairie. H3.0o-.tl5. 00. PROVISIONS -l'ork. unchanged; job bing, tl.i.3.1. yard, lower; prime steam, $H.HiiijX.iO. Iiry salt meats, unchanged; boxed ' extra shorts, c; clear sides. KVc; short clears, s-He. Ra.-on. unchanged, boxed extra aborts, '4c; clear rlba, V'c; short clears, lc. pol'l.TH Y Klrm; chickens, l.lo; springs, Je;- turkeys, Iflc; ducks, l:ie; geese, 9H:. Rl'TTKR Steady; creamery. 2rtfi3)c. KOU8 Firm. We. rtecelpls Hhlpmenta. Flour, barrels 7,7uo 10.000 Wheat, bushels fi.000 67.SXI CVirn, bushels , llii.OiX) eo.ono Oats, bushels .12,000 33,000 llarrlman stocks Weak Keolares In the More Prominent Isanes, with I slot Pacific I nder Heat leal Prrssare. NKW-YORK, Jan. 3. For a time after the opening tialay the stock market wme the same ( hr. rful asixt which It a sumed during yeeterdav's shnrp upturn. 'I he opening tnnge of prices showed stiMll trains for almost all of the standard stocks exc pt the Harrimans. l high Val ley shot up Vt p.rlnts In the flist ten minutes. '1 he demand was brisk, but he. foie tie end of the first hour the market had lost Itu gains. During the remainder of the (lav it fell baek and In the late hours it became really weak. T he luy a movement In general was nserMied tit ririt-tnkliig. As price tell there was Home short selling. 'I he llairiman stoeks weie the weak features In Hie mure prominent Issues. I'm. in Pacific In particular was un.lei pi ensure and h't t nearly 2 isiints. Along the :e acthr stocks movements were widest. Virginia Iron lost 7'4 points, more ll.an the amount of yesterday's sudden pui1. Oreat Northern Ore. American t an preferrefl and Interhorouyh-Metro-politan preferred, all of whh h hje shown the effects of uiiuaually active specuiii- ion recently, developed considerable weakness. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, oinein nail dr St. I.ouls was again active. The referred stock rose iV points .extending advance In two daya to 13 points. 1 tie common stock had gained atruui nan a much. Money rates were easier today, call funda loaning as low n. 2 per cent. 1 he bond market was broad, active and Irregular. Home of the reorganization iNSiies were strong. Total sales, par value, .tyT.ism. I nltcd States ponds were un hanged on call. ' Number of sales and leading quotations stocks today were as follows: SUM. llign. Lw. im l.iv. During the first hour the market ml a need under the lead of Canadian Pacific and at noon price ranged from ' to 1 point higher than yesterday's New York closing. Ixindott closing stocks: Consols, money .... TT'tfuiitvltle A Nh An arrmint 77vMo., Kan. Sr Tex Amal ppr St tS. Y. I Antral.... Ana-nnda 7 Norfolk A Wtttrs Alrhlin P'SW 1o ,fd no pfd Ontario A Wentarn Raltlmors A olilo. . .1"7 pnsyKanla . ananian Fa.-lflr . . . JCJ' Itan.l Mlnea ChevafMika 4? Ohio.. 74'Keadtna ( hi , (iral Wentera l goathsrn Ilallar.. hi . Mil. 4t St P. .114 on n'S. IIS Ilesra llnvr Klo (1 .. do pfd. Erlf do 1st pfd rlo Id p(d Orand Trunk lunula Ontral ... SIKVKR Par, MONKV-J!!1, l.!oiithrn Pacific ... 21 t'nlon Pacific .1... 4.'j do pM , l; f. S. Stsel hi (In pfd . 44'iWahaah , !4 da p(d t44', stead v, 2"',d per oi per cent .ls . S .tit', .in . M . .14 . : . 71 '4 . 14 .11S .174 . f'4 . 71H 114(4, . 7 . 174 The rste of discount In the open mar ket for short bills, :ii per cent; for throe months' bills, i'i per cent. naton Stocks and Bonds. HOSTO.V. Jan. .1. Closing quotations on stoeks were as follows: on AllheCbtlmera pfd . Amalgamated 4'opper ltt.7f0 American AsrtriiUural .. 'n Am limit Sugar ." Amr.an 4'an s.ano Amerlran ('. K Amrrtran cotton (III... W meri.an 11. A I., rfd . I'W Am. l.e Krpurltlni. 4' Amerlran l.lneed 4oo Amerlran Locomotive ... ICO Amarlian H. A It...'.... D.0n) Am. S. A n pfd sno trio Available Kappllva of Grain. NEW YORK. Jan. 8. Special cable and telegraphic communications received by Bradstreet show ten following changes In available supplies as compared with previous accounts: Available supplies: Wheut I'rrtled States, east of Rockies, , . -. I m.ril ..K'.VW llUn.lVII., V U U. Ill" rri J.se.'. W9.0U0 bushels: total United Htatiui nd CHnaihi decreased 4o0,000 bushels; afloat, fur and In Kurope deciyase.l 2.;yU.UI0 bushels: tntnl American and Ktt rupsan supply decreased S.1R0.000 bushels. Corn, l'nltml Slates and Canada, In creased 13.1,060 bushels. Oats.. Cnlted States and Canada, decreased 1,152,000 bushels. Artie i upn. i tiiait. iqw. Clue. Yss y. Nv'heati Msy.l 'I 1001' i July Corn Jan.. 60i, May.,63Wl July. I Oats I May.4a 4SVi July. 44 ' 8ept. 40 roi i i 1 00: 9M WHl Ki'l a fiO'if fifl'i, RO'ji tUBi,1fj'4(l3',4l'Hi tatwiHtfi 4'4!47l)'aHl 44V,, 404jI 4U I . -.1 40Ski 4(v 87,( 15 92Vi I 40 t 40 U (2ii V bo s 32i's so-:, tl I S l H i& i D&-7H Mlaneapolld Grain Market. MINNKAPOMH. Jan. 3 WH RAT Mav $1.07; Julv. $1.07; cash, No. 1 hard, $1.06; No, I northern, $1,074: No. i northern, ii ti.'ai.u.'; no. 3. si.vuvi.034t. HARI.k:Y-Onfi$1.24. COKN-No. S yellow. 60c. OATS No. S white. 45p461ic. HVK-Nn. 2. WitSKVo. KKAN-t23.0iM'23.6U. FLOI'R First patents. $5 aKin.fifl; sec ond, $4. tJOirli. 10; first clears, $3.tHnj.H6; aeo olid, $.'.fi0i2.0. May.!lt87W0 165-7Hi 15 15 May.iBSA-THl 40 9 35 Juiy.i 4.',W o-'Vi S 4'ilsaOj 1'ios I I I I Jan.. SS7V, 3Hl S 271 Alay.i k o ,g Ht-i',, kbiVai July. I I I 6tI Cash quotations were aa follows: J LAJt'rt Firm; winter patents, SS.TS'if 4 W. winter straights, 3 ..; spring patents, f.7u6.su. spring stiaiguts, 4.r a.oo; bakers, (Wot") it; spring patentB, held al So.tM for tue best haru. HAllLd'.y Fecu or mixing, 9oct(-$1.00; fair to inolce malting. ll.lB'ul 10. hKM 'timothy, iii.oyiB.U); clover, liu!j.0.6. I'novieilONS Mess pork, per barrel, $!5Aul&.ti; laid, per iiat ikiuiuIs. kf-MV .lln; short riiai eioee ( loose I, .3.,. 'lotal ciearuncrs of wheat una tiour writ, equal to M.uaj busncis. i riinary ei eipts were MH.vuu busneis, compared witn il2,OM puslieis the cui reaiKinuilig day a year ago. '1 hu worlds vminie supply, aa snuwu uy Uraustreel s, decieeu j.ijo, iai busucut. fc-Miuiaird receipts tor to jourruw. Wheat, cars; corn, bii cars; uats, liy cars; huga, u.iam heau. i tiieagu l aU i-ic oval; No. 2 red, Uti-oniM;, No. reu, Hu'.hc, No. 2 nard, ,ii.u; No. a liaru, a.i4itK:; No. , iiorinerii, ll.otjt.lO; .u. iioithern. sl.tsi aily. xso. iioriiifi ii, 4llAiilm. .So. i spring. lc!iil.i.i; No. spring, ictu).iK); .No. sprmg. C.UVOI-; vei.et i haft, es'v i i; Uuium, iH i.iS. (.-urn: No. S, ik, ueic; No. 3 wn.ie, 0aic; No. It ei iog, bislj'Pc; No. 4. 4HHi!ic; No. 4 white, i'ti'jifv; No. 4 vellow, u.yuTSc. Oata: No. i white, t-HVu-iife; No. i wnlts, U .:; No. 4 wiiue, .'841'.; staiidaru, lO''D-lllSC. ui ii r.R Steady; creameries, 2-j 3kr ; dairies. &1r1lc. i'.iiS Keceipts, l.W cases: at mark, lanes liuluurd. liUic; firsts, U.'.c; prime firsts. iWMu. Ht;h.wfc. hitiiuy ; daisies. l','oltio: twins, lulb'c. young Americas, Jol,u l'.-e; lung not lis, i'v ltc. PoTATuK! Stea ; choice to fancy, SWiiwOi-; lair to good. tAitJc. ruL'U'KY-btnuuy ; turkeys, 14lSto; thickens, l-'cull.; springs, 114c VtJ4t-Stirdy; 7illc. Cailoi Rwcetpifc v heat, ai cars, with 1 of cuiitract giade. Corn, Mi', cars, with l one ol conuael grade. Osts, It; cars. Total receipia of wiieut at Chiiaao, Min iicuiiolla and Uuluth today wn ,ai i, vompaied with i cats last week and 241 caia the coriesponaiug uuy a year ago. Philadelphia Prod ace Market. rHlLADF.LPHIA. Jan. J. HUTTER Firm; western creamery specials, 40c; extra, roc; nearby prints, 41c. F.Ut:8 Steady ; Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts, free cases, $y.00 per case current receipts, free cases. SS.40; west ern firsts, free cases, SH.uO; current re ceipts, free cases, $8.40. I'HKESK- Firm; New York creams, fancy, lt!u'17c; tntt to good. l',lC full Peoria Market. PKORIA, Jan. 3.-CORN-8leady; 3 white, Mc; No. 4 wfhlte, Mc: No. 8 low. tssiOo'Kic: No. 4 yellow, wwihc: 1 mixed, mcion-v:; No, samule. 4: u.i'-. OATS-Hteady; No. I white, 4 white. 4tiSN No, 3 red, Vt No yel No. 4 mixed, fctVUWVc 47V: No. Mllwaakee Grain Market. JIILWAVKKK. Jan. 3.-WHKAT-No northern, $10nuI(i: No. 2 northern, $1070 1.0.4: no. z narri winter, 4u.wq1.v2; May !etic; July, v. OATS-Stnndard, 48f4'l4c. UARL.KV Malting. $22.214.171.124. Kansas 4 Itr lirala and Pr Isluaa. KAN0A8 CITY. Mo.. Jan. S-WHKAT- t li. uiichtuigeo: No. 1 hard. $l.uogl.uj; No. 3, ImUu14; No. 2 led. lay.-'-; No. t, KSc; May, il 0; July. W4c ' COKN Meady ; No. J mixed, 64Vmc; No. S. b2(ioc: No. 1 white, (rlutioc; No. 3, twe; May. ic; July. ,v. OAT6 Cnchangeo; No. 2 white, 4$Vj 4 ; No. f mixed. 47gl74c KYt-lic. . HA Y I'nchaiiged to Wto higher; choice Mouthy, 4jltAi.iii.0u, choice piaine, J15.0U tli M. HI Tf ER Creamery. 3c; firsts. 34c; seconds, iuc; parking to k, 21c. - h.tiOa txtras, v,ji; firsts,- Ji'ic; sec onds. 17c. Receipts. Shipments. A"heat. bu 15. nm w.oiio 1 "oro. bu 6o.. 74.0O ' Oata, bu 'J.Wi 14, Coffee Market. NKW YORK. Jan. J.-COFFKK-Fu lures opened barely steady at a decline of tf points on January and of 104, points on the general Hat under Euroeaii selling, liquidation and local bear pressure whlc apiwared to be Inspired by expectations of a bearish world s vlslblo supply state ment, weak French cahlea and a feeling that an announcement would soon be made regarding sales of government coffee. Offerings were pretty well taken at the decline and some of the late months Improved a point or two during the day aa there appeared to have been no change In the Rraslllan situation, but while the close was steudy, last prices showed a net loss of from to 20 point Sales. 74 5.0 bags. January, 13 tvV; Feb ruary. 13.50c'. March. 13.21; April, 1,1.15c May and June, 11. Otic; July. IS.oSc: August and September, 13 We; October, November and December, ll.occ. Havre was ltj IW franc lower. Ham burg waa &l pfennig lower. Rlo, rels hlKher at k$40o. Santos unchanged 4s, KJL'.si; is, .Jo0. Kecelpta at the tw Rraalllan ports were CjmI bias, against 19 to bags last year. Jundlahy receipts U.coo baga, against 4. Wo bags last year Rain waa reported In all districts of Kan Paulo. New York warehouse deliveries yealerday. 6.703 Imgs. sgalnst b.bii bags laxi year. Private Vables from Kurope Indicate an Increase of about 1X1.0UU bags In the world's visible supply from the month of December, against a decrease of b.ti.ouii lor the same month last year. Spot coffee, quiet; No. 7, 14Si 144c; San- loa No. 4. l..c. Mild, quiet; Cordova, lb'V'jlo'ljc nominal. Allotisx Amal. Popper ., A. 8. I. A g... Arizona Com. .. I) A ' I'. AS. Hullo I'oalltliin al. Ic Arluina.. .'I 4 Hocla.... Ontsnnlal 1 op. Panae C. i! Kant llulta C. M Panklln fllrom Con flranhjr (on .... IIwm ('anansa . Ksrr !. hake I'opprr I .a Salle Copper. Miami Copper .. . 4.1 Mohawk ... ftUtN'svada Con. .. ... 2.'.', Nlplln Mines ... 2L,Nnrth Hull ...... M. 7 North Lake ... 2?v!d Pomtnloa .... . . . 41 Orreola ...44fl rarrolt S. A. C... ... H O.ilnr-y . 4 '4 Shannon . n Superior . 12 Superior A . 4S Tamarack . 11 f. B S. R P14 do pfd . TM'tah Cbn . 3iit'tah Coppar CO . KSW'inona . r. Wolferlna B. M. A M .... M .... ..SI -PI .... 2'4 .... . .... 47', ....lt'7 14', K 1(1 :j 214 31 M 47 v, 174 4 IK) New lork Mining; ftterlts. NIHV YORK, Jan. S. Closing quatatloiig on mining stocks were as follows: Alios 275 1.1111s Chlaf . Mettoan Ontario Ophlr Standard .... Yellow Jacket t'ntn- T'lnnol ttork. 22 do bond 17 Con. C'al. A Va tori Iron Sliver IIS ladyilla Con. .... t Offered. ..414 ..lot) ..115 ..1W .. 40 OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET Killing Cattle Are Slow to Ten Cents Lower. FLESHY FEEDERS GOOD SELLERS lings Sell Five to Ten Cents Lower, IVhlle heep and Iambi Are Ten to Fifteen (est. Lower Than Tuesday. X Recelpta were: Official Monday .... Official Tuesday .... Kstlmatn Wednesday Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. 2.2: , 3.V4S . 6.975 2.SI0 o,;'.44 13.3S12 4,1'W 8.C70 Three days this week. 13,122 LI. MS 22,220 Pa me days last weck...ll.6-0 S.Jt'O 12.144 .amo days 2 w ks ago. f.'4 ,lo.1 1S4.753 Same days 3 w'ks ago.22.17 2k.3'.'2 2H.445 Same days 4 w'ks ao.l4.t4 2i,2i3 23.411 Same days last year.. 8.4111 7.4SO 14,i!6 prices pnld for hog nt South Omaha for the last few days, with co-nparlsonsj I 'ate. I lilil. 191u. IIMH.,1!-., 10.. ilSon.!!:. Iec. 26. S (W-HI 7 7.i & 60 4 2 il 5 06 I;ec. 27. 1 5 isi',i 7 !! 8 H0 I 4 oi 0 lft 5 00 Deo. a. I i its'., 7 70 8 Jili 6b 4 44 6 161 4 VI Dec. 2 1 5 !H;,S, 7 Mli 8 21 5 6HI 6 2-' 0 W Dec. .10. 5 yn 7 67 8 291 S 4K 4 50 15 0!) Dec. I 7 71 8 21 6 60 4 S3 24 Date. I 1912. 1911.1lo.lis.19tiS.1807.l9Ci. Jan. I.. I 6 074 8 24 1 4 3f 24 1 5 14 Jan. 2.. I 5 !4! 7 hf 1 t 75' 4 3 8 21 6 11 Jan. a.. 1 8 2j 8 30i 4 4! 6 2S 5 07 too at I ino 41:mo in 100 ' J(K) ?J I..IO0 71X1 100 till) son ,7oo inn 4. inn to.ino 400 l,oo Am. HltHtl Konndrlee. Act. SiiMr Refinlni Amarlran T. A T 1.M0 Amerlran Toharoo pfd... 1.100 Amerlran Woolen 1'SI Anaoonda Minim Co.... 3.MW rhlann 2.200 hlon pfd .roo Aliunde tToast Line M0 Italtlnwa A Oloh 1.M.0 Hdhlahem Steel 100 Hruohlyn Rapid Tr i.MO 'anadlan I'a.ltlo l.C'KI 'en Ira I Iuilher 2..1ID enltal leather pfd KM entral of New Jersey. .. Chesapeake A tlhio hit-ago A Alton hlnao O. V'., new hliao-ll. w. pfd 4"hlraao A N. W Iiliaxo, M. A S. P ('., ( . St. St. Ii 'olorado F. A I 'olorado A Southern.... 4unanll.iated (laa 'orn Prodnrla lielaware A llitdaon Iionver A Rio tlramle.., Iener A It. II pM.... Distillers' nexturltlaa grid Kris 1st Pfd Krle, td pfd tlenersl Klectrlo (treat Northern pfd Oreat Northern Ore ctfa. Illinois Ontral Interbornusll Met Inter. Met. pfd International llanreater.. Inter-Marine pfd International Paper International Tump Iowa Central i... Kanaaa City southern... 40ti . C. no. pfd lrlede Oaa l.00 Ixitilavllle A Nahrlll.. 400 Minn. A Si Loula M, St. P. A B. 8. M.. loo MlMourl. K. A T.. MS M-, K. A T. pfd Mlaaourl paitflc l.SOO National rtlacult 400 National Laid t.suo N. R. II. of M. 24 pfd. l.t"0 , Nw York Central l.o N. Y. . O A W .700 Norfolk A Weetern 2.4O0 North Amerlisn 300 Northern Pulflo tM Parlfto Mall 400 Pennsylvania l.too Peopla a Oaa . . . '., c. ft si, I, i.ouw Flttshiirih I'oal ., Pressed Steel Car 100 Pullman Palaca Oar 4"0 Hallway Bteel gprlng.... J"0 tleadlnf 42. 100 Hepubllo Steel z"u ltepubllo Steel pfd Hork Island to i.tsn Ho. k Island Co. Pt'l m. u a a. v. id td.. 700 St. Loula B. W' St. Lh B W. Pfd Bloai-glieffleld 8. A I.. Southern rai'lflc ,. Southern Hallway Mo. Hallway ptd Tonneaee Copper Tense A Parlfir ., St. U A W..., .. 8t. I A W. pfd... nlon Pailflo nion Perlflo pfd I nlted Stales ltealtjr... I'ulliHl Ut alee Rubber... lolled States Bteel . a. Bteel pfd 1 tah Copper Va. -Carolina Chemical . Wabash Wabash pfd Western Maryland Westlnihouse Electric . Western t'nlon Wheeling A U K lyhlih Vsller Tniio Copper Har CNtnsolldated Oifered. Telal sales for the day. 7', s.v, f.i4 12', W.4. 47 H 21 I Hi 12 M'i 711 1112 , .15 tasei ' ln.ii, 27 3t4 11X1 rt 101' 114 V 104 fi 21i, Jl' l'-s M S h7't 12 Bt'i 44 2t 14 11'. 24'. 72 !"2 SIH l'jt'i loS 27 .IX lo, mi', 134' im 32 77', 234 mi 00 74' 13 1H .47 ' H2S 111S 141 10', 1H4 IP, JJ' u 41 If St 12 44 140 17 '4 K4T, lO'.H 21S M0 IJ'i inns lU'k M 'ii I41H S4 .HV 10k n 10)4 TS Wi 113 Vt !r 3" i:.'4 32 mi MH s 41 414 IS 3's 14L'S UOVa 1 t 10 lfiSVi nut 8P H'i 4:1 ir.."4 124 42 '4 14i IHH in 2 IH 'isvi 'iii in" '4 li!t i:ii" US 3B'4 140" 14 Jt. 107 :i7H 1"4 74 '4 1iH 30 123 Vi ioi ' "j4 u lr.is 24 ', U 24S 4 4I4 S.ioo 3.000 700 400 2"0 200 44,700 . 1.3011 .113,700 . 100 . I. "on , too boO , noo , son 7(H) loo '. 4.ino . l.aoo . t.MO ins 2t 'sir, 3444 174 4 111 14 lll'4 S4 1734 4't 48 4 1IU, C74 CA'4 4' 4-4 IT 0, l's i44 27 14 1' '4 1' to4 44 7'a 111i t4 It's 'V. 44 W4 f.7v 12 M 4S 20 IH 114 3! 72'4 102 T.'4 us 1374 lies 24 '4 104 14 1014 1.14 103T4 :it 7714 2.14 to 4 so 310 714 24 14 t 142' 110 t.l 27 44 l:iS 1014 114 204 4044 HI 314 f2V4 4244 tr-s 1! 4314 1404 lavi W4 10H4 1.1 2714 44 1011 14 li5 at 1344 '4 4 944 141 i.1'4 34 '4 107 374 104 744 1N4 30 14 1234 103 '4 102 l'4 33 Si 163 SOI If. 14 t'i 5 1414 434 4044 294 SUSS 4:i 11144 53 '4 70S 17 ST 134 3.14 172", :4 , 4'4 4'4 44 111 4 14'4 04 es ss4 Pi2 24 1 s Krspnrsteil Apple. and llrled Frnlts NKW YORK. Jan. 3. K V A ItlHATKl ' A PPI,ES Market continues quiet hut steady, with fancy quoted at SlaWlOlic; choice, H4t'.c; prime, SlVfrSc. DHIKD KHL'ITH Prunes, Inactive, so far as the local situation Is concerned, but prices remain firm, owing to the strong statistical position On the coast; quotations range from ic to 13'ic for t'fllifornla fruit up to 3o-4ns and from lO'-ic to 12c for Oregons, 70s to 30a. Apri cots are unchanged, with choice quoted al l.VuT.V4e; -extra choice, ICfilfPic; fancy. 17I&48C. Peaches, m.tiiac; fancy, 12V4j 124ic. nalslns, quiet hut steady; loose muscatels, fifiic; choice to fancy seeded. 7'4'uKi4c; seedless, ifi7c; London layers. $1.401.45. t'ottou Market. XKW YORK. Jan. S. tlOTTON" Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 9.3ric; mid dling gulf, O.fiOc; no sales. Futures opened firm; January, s.ikc; marcn, w.aic; may, !.37c; June, flc hid; July, 9.17c bid; August, 9.4HC hid; September. ..tOc; Octo ber, Hide; November. 9.5oc hid; December, 9.21c bid. Futures closed barely steady; January, 9c; February, 9.08c; March. 9. 14c; April, 9. 19c; May. 9.27c; June, 9.32c; July, 9.39c; August, 9.41c; September, 9.47c; October, 9.52c; November, 9.55c; December, 9.51c. Kngar Market. NKW YORK, Jan. 3.-SUOAR Raw hArelv steadv: Muscovado. 89 test. 4c: centrifugal, 96 test. 4.50c; molasses, S3 test, 3.75c. Refined easy. Keceipts and disposition of live stock at the Union .Stock Yards. South Omaha, for the twenty-four hours ending at 3 ovlock yesterday: ltECEIPTS-CAHr?. Cattle. Hoirs. Sheen, ll r'a. v ., Al. Bl. f II Wabash 2 Missouri Pacific... 2 t'nlon Pacific 54 C. & X. W., east.. 14 C. X. W., west.. 4i4 f'., Ht. P., M. o.. ;;i ('., H. t J., cast... 2 ('.. H. Ar. O.. west... r. II. I. A - east fi p I H. I. c I'., west 2 Illinois Central .... 5 O. W Total receipts.. 271 DISPOSITION HKAP. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Omaha Packing Co.... 7v fwift and Company. ...1,214 Cudahy Packing Co 1,:402 Armour & Co. W. Murphy Morrell W. U. Vansant Co.. Hill & Hon B. DewlH Huston & Co.. 14. Root & II. FtJlla I j. F. Husa McCreary i Kellogg.. VVertheimer 4 Degea.. H. F. Hamilton tilll van Bro Mo.- A Kan. Calf Co.. line Christie Other buyers Omaha liar Market. OMAHA, Jan. 3.-HAY-NO. 1. 113.50; No. 2. 112.00; coarse, 111.00; packing stock. Ift.OO; alfalfa. $14.50. Ktraw: Wheat, 85.50; rye and oats, M.50. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET Demand for t'attle "lead jr Hosja lore Sheep Weak. CHICAOO. Jan. 3. CATTLE) Receipts. estimated at 23,000 head: market steady, 10c off; beeves. I1.70'(i8.50; Texas steers, M 2Vrro.75; western steers, 34.3on5ti.bO; atock- ers and feedera, S3.2fiti'5.70; cows and heif ers, 12 O0.flti.40; calves, in.501t8.50. HOGS Receipts, estimated at 84.000 hend; market slow, ho off; light. IS.SWi 6. US; mixed. V.)wifl.20; heavy, 8&.8ftl.20; rough, K.kMtv.OO; good to choice heavy, lev OtKh 1.20; pigs. SS.ltMi6.0O; bulk of sales. 8-.ls-a.15. hhkep and IA mbs Receipts, esti mated at 25.000 head; market weak, 10c off: native. I2.75W4.50; western. M.36ait.ts0; yearlings. 4.8o(h5.70; lambs, native, M.2txii n.titi; western, 44.votio.jo. Kansas f'lty Live Stork Market. KANSAS CITY, Jan. 3. CATTLE Re ceipts, 17,000 head, Including 600 head southorns; market strong to 10c higher; dressed beef and export steers. Iu.504f8.25; fair to good, 6.1O&O.40; western steers, 34.75 W7.0H; Blockers and feeders, .4.00tfn.00; southern steers, 84.7wo6.10; southern cows, t3.Kii4.50: native cows, 82.75rin.50; native heifers. 34.00? 7.00; bulls, 3.5Xu.25: calves, 34.2MiS.vO. HoOS Receipts, 17,000 head; market 10c lower; bulk of sales, t5.8CKUe.10; heavy, 3tVloji''..15; packers and butchers, t5.95tj) 6.15: iKhts. S5.n62i6.05: Pigs. $4.505.15. riHEtP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 7,000- head: market steady; lambs, S5.0oft6.35 yearlings. S4.5flfq6.2r; wethers. t3.50S4.25; ewes, 32.75(y4.00; stockera and feeders, S2.&tKf4.0o. 420, 00 shares. New York Money Market NKW YORK. Jan. 3 MON 10 Y On cad steadv. at 2'4H214 per cent; ruling rate. iter cent: closing bid, 8 per cent; of fet ed at .'. per cent, i ime luane, win , sixtv days. 3S(i3V per cent; ninety days, .nA.ro'4 ir cent: six months. Zfli per cent. PHI Mr. atlw.Aniii.t'J 1-Art.B-iw 11a. ,.j.p rent HTKRI.lNtl KXCHAN4IE Firm, with actual business In bankers' hills at St.koO for slxtv-day bills ana at M w tor ue m.nil i'ommercial hills. S4.h2. K1LVKR liar. 64c niexu.au uuuaie, BON Dei uovernmeni, steauy; rauruau, li'ieeular. Closing tiuotallona. on bonds today wr as follows' 144 Inter 11. al. 4a.. ton Japan 4a .101 do 44 l'lK. C. So. 1M 9s... .ll.U. 8. deb. 4e 131. H'sl.. A N unl. 4a... . M')l. K. A T. 1st 4a .103 do gen. ISts ! Mo. Pacitlo 4a ... . N. R It. uf M 4S,a J .lit N. Y. C. (. Sa.... 7', . do deb. 4a J . "SIM. Y. N. M. A H .!" CY. SS UI4, nn N A W. 1st c. 4a.. tew . iS do rv. 4s H'Ss . k.h.no rscino 4a nu . " do 3a '4 . n"ii. s u nog 4 .. 4 lPenn. . s,s llfl.. 94 .10 ,ie ,-an. 4s 111! . Radint sen 4a ... K"a .11144. u A 8. r. f s m , ol do ten. as H'-, . K48t. U f. W c a . 7 A. aa. ' do 1M (old 4a.... l ). 4,.... 91 9 A U. 4s Itt, St. Loots Live Slock Slarket. ST. LOl'Irt, Jan. 3. CATTLE Receipts, 4,800 head. Including 600 head Texauis; market ateudy; native shipping and ex port rteera, eVi.4k 9.3o ; dressed butcher steers. S5.25taS.OU: . steers under 1.000 lbs. t4.OU4iM.2ri: stociers and feeders, t3.004i6.e0; cows and heifers. S3.0i'rf7.00; ranners. S1.00 .3.00; bulls, S3.75ifi.25: calves, t4.50tjr6.50; Texas and Indian steers, t4.OOW7.00; cows and heifers. S4.50ij7.CO. HOGS Receipts, 23.000 head: market 10c loner: Plas and lights. 4.76ti4U5; mixed and butchers, t5.55!i6.25; good heavy, t15 thu.at. SIIKEP AND LA M P.S Receipts, Z.3W hetd; market firm: native muttons. S3.U0 Si3.7: lambs. 34.25ro4.0: culls and bucks, tl.2fil37b; stockers, tl.50Ji2 75. Hi. Joaenk Live Stock Market. PT. JOSKPH, Jan. S. CATTLK Re. celpts. 2,500 head. Market slow; steers t4 75;iS.25: rows and heifers, t3.00O6.50 calves. I4 00r.r7.5". HOtJS Receipts. 11,000 head. Market slow: ton. tK.20: bulk of sales. t5.9O2i.10. SIIKF.P AND LAM US Receipts. 3.000 head. Market steady; lambs, 85.0tsfffi.2o. lie. U. I. ret. la. I do couiu .. U. g, u. rag.. do coupon V. 8. re. 4i.. do coufoa ... Allis-4'bal. lit Aoier. AS a A T. A T. cr. 4s. Am Tobais 4e... do ts ............ Armour A o. 4Sa. At.hlson Sn. 4.... do iv. 4s do c 4 A C U 1st 4a.,... pel. A Obtu 4s (to 3s ; do 8 W. SUs .. Brook Tr. r. 4a, 4 en. ol a IVn. Iethar is .. . . t ol N. J 8 Chee. A 4hl 4a. do ret. as tTiloeso A ('. B A VI , 44' . HI . M4 . S4 . . S3 7"4 Stock in Sight Receipts of live stock at the five prliv clpal western markets yesterday: cattle. South Omaha St. Joseph .. Kansas City.. it. Loula Chicago Totals .... .. 7,014) ,. 2,500 ..17,000 .. 4. sot) ..23.110 ..54,300 Hogs. Sheep. 13.4110 8.K00 11,000 3.0D0 17.000 7,000 ti.utiO 2.2O0 34.000 25.001) 98.400 ' 46,000 Tarpeallae and Rosin. SAVANNAH. Oa.. Jan. S. TI'RPEN TINK Firm; 5Wc; sales. 2X9 barrels; re ceipts. l.Ouk barrels; shipments. 557 bar i els; stocks, 35,s3u barrens. RoslN Firm; sales, 1,245 barrels; re ceipts. 4.404 barrels; shipments. 4.40 bar lets: stoika. 13.1116 barrels. Quote 11. ST.tJ: l, I, 0b; II. 10; V, 87.15: U, 87- 4i7.2i; 11 1, S7 15; K. S7.371; SIX, 87.40, U. 87.611; WW. t7.55. do tan 4s ss'8a. pec. roi. ti.. l i. M. 8. P. d 4s 3 do t-v. 4s M- 4 It. I A r. o. s. id- oo isc rer. a j do rl. 4s e Bo juwar a iii7 l.lterpool (iralu Market. ; LIVKKI'iXil.. Jan. -W HKAT-Sisit. ateudy; No. i Manitoba. 7 ' u. Futuirk, Jjrti.ti. 7a5'4d; May. i3Td; July, 7s 4d. Cvi.N Cfwt, slievJ), Aiukrlvau luixid, Metal Market. NKW YORK. Jan. . M KTAI J4-8land-ard copper, market easy; spot and futures H.7l.'u 14 US. lundon market, eaay: aHit, tU lis 3d: futures. 14 7s 6d. Lake cop. per. 1 14. 51114.50. electrolytic. tH.Jwiltjrs and caetlng, tll7544l4.U. Tin, weak and unsettled: spot and futures. t4u.0"U 42.50. Ixindon market weak: spot, (191; futures. flS4 15. Lead, easy; tl.4Uo4.50; New York. Hi7ti4 X'W. Last St. Iuls. Ixin- d'Mi. il& Us d. Spelter, dull i. 2 ti 4 i'. New York; tnltT).:si Kist rlt Louis, lxintlun. tj 15s. Anlmony. dull: Cook on s, t7.7j. Iron. Cleveland warrant. 6oa 7Vid In London, locally steady; No. 1 foundry, northern. tl4 75J 15 u); No. 3. 114.50 4j 14.7ft: No. I southern and No. 1 soutlvm koft. 14 2f0l4 7&. bT. IaiL'13. Mo Jan. J. il F.TALS I-ad, flier. fat fl.37'4.; spelter, steady at tsi M. t ola. Ind is 3S de ni 4s (.Vlo. Mid. 4a 40 1'ilon Pacific C A 8 r A 4'4S74 do '. It' A H. it. 4a 4 do 1st A ref 11 A K. Q. 4i .. kl'. a Rubber da ref. U M4C. 8. Steel Id ta tllslllre' s il'iVl.-fir Chem. It trie p. I. 4 WWebiuh 1st is de (en. 4e 7 , do let A el 4e du iv IS ear. A. 17 WVate.n lid. 4s.. do series b T Hit Klee cv. 4 flea. KlK rv Us . .IMS W is. Central 4s.. III. Ill 1st ref. 4e. MS Mo Par rv (e. . liner Met. 4is. ... t"4 Panama 3a Hid. Offered. " I MSI', 1113 V 4a.. ! 104 ' 101 V 1) lav. sT'J V", :iV4 s. KUS Dry O aval a Market. NKW YORK. Jan. S DRY OOObS The cotton gooda markets are fairly steady with trading moderate. tarna ai quiet. 1-eading lines of carpets hav been, well sold for spring. I nderwear and hosiery lines are quiet. Following the revision In ahlrtlng prints business of ered Is of larger volume. Haak llearlues. OMAHA. Jan. J.-Ttank rlrarlnga for ti day wale 2.4i4i4.4Xi VI. an tnrrrase of tlj;'.iW 0 over tJ.MK.'Jie M) oir the corre sponding day of ltfll. London kloek Market. LONI4i. Jan. 8. American aecuiities opened slrtiily gnd about unchanged to- 5 1 2 1 4 49 15 7 w3 41 t! 17 1 4 3 r.5 io 12 2 5 . . ; . . 3 2 157 40 S:. 144 24 ir IK 145 124 4 72 Fx I m 35 41 tid 57 777 1.940 2,977 4.073 3.721 1,18? ti.12 3,781 4.0S2 2,2li3 212 era had "filed up" yesterday and prices broke Partly, various sales pear the cioae of the session showmg 1oj2ik: declines. Todav a trade ruled alow and weak wllh esternays ciose, or fully H'iil.c lower than jesterdays average market. Extra good lambs hsd to move at t5 95. and some lalrly attractive classes changed handti at ti.85'po.75. The best lambs on suie brotigtit 4.20, a quotable limit for choice quality. ery nearly halt nr. me receipts con sisted of fed ewes and the demand for this class of stock appeared equally as dull as the demand for lambs. Prices ruled lower all along the line, toppy ewes selling at SL", witn pretty good kinds around t.i.4a 3..5. There were only a few scattered bunches of wethers and good yearlings included In the run, weth ers being quotable at very fair premiums over ewes. Strictly prime yearlings would probably sell around t5.25. Few orders for feeder stock existed and strings suitable to take back Into the rountrv for finish were equally scarce The trade as a whole remained un changed, packers buying fully 90 per cent of current receipts for local slaughter. Yesterday's purchase on country account amounted to less than 1.0U0 head, making a two days' buy of about 1.200 head. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lninhs, good to choice, 85 Wijti.20; lambs, fair to good. t.50ii5.N5: yearlings, good to choice, t4.9O05.2o; yearlings, fair to good t4.Wi 490: wethers, good to choice, t4.10ei4.35; wethers, Ldr to good, tu.85.i4.10; ewes, good to choice, $3.6043.85; ewes, fair to good. t3.OlKj3.fln. Itiepreseritatlve salei: No. 20 fed lambs, culls.. 142 fed lambs 70 fed lambs 24 shorn lambs 70 fed ewes M) fed yearlings 199 fed ewes UNDERWOOD WILL NOT SPEAK Democratic Leader Refuses -to At tend Jackson Day Banquet. BRYAN LAST ON THE PROGRAM Decision Following tJrnnllng: Commoner's Request Thros Democrats In Congress Into Klorry. of WASHINGTON. Leader Oscar Y. not to attend the here next Monday r.S fed 37 fed M fed 374 fed 312 fed lambs lambs, lambs lambs lambs culls. Av, Pr. 61 4 50 ,75 5 80 79 6 ?i 71 6 50 , !"9 3 no ,90 4 90 , 122 3 75 07 5 25 4S 3 50 71 6 90 ,71 R 80 71 6 SO FAILURE OF ALBION, MICH., BANK CAUSED BY FORGERY . 3. Comptroller of announced today which caused the National bank of Totals 6.1H9 13,8!S 10,970 'Sunuuy. CAT 1LE Cattle receipts this morning wera the largest of any day so tar tnis week. 2il caia being reported in. Tne total for tne wee Is also very tair amounting to U.m nead for tun tmee uays, a sugni gain over last week aitu a gam ot 2.UOV heau over thu same penou vear aao. . uh large receipts of beef steers and with auvicea from other selling points hot oveny favorable the irmie heros opened latner slow, buyers being inclined to move, cautiously ana- teei tneir way VN hlle they picaed Out soma ot me most. uesliabie ami that jusl happenea to suit their tancy at steady prices, tne general tendency of the maiket was easier and sales ruuaeu any time irom weaa to as much aa luc lower, in other worus a good part oi the advance made yesier- uay was wiped out. The auppiy ol cows ana neitcrs was not oveny large this morning and aa a esuit rienlraule . kplers met witn quite ready sate at prices generally steaoy wun yesterday. On the other hand in terior grades were slow and wean to loc lower. I There was quite a littlo sprinkling or. leeuera In tho yards this morning, more In isxt than on any previous day this week. Cattle having weight and lleen anu or good quality sola at goon iirm prices. On the other - hand the demand tor iignt ana tnin came ana stocaers oi ail kinds were extremely slow . and the jimrkei very weak. Uood to choice beet steers, fn.7omg.uu; falv to good beef steers, 8.vuh.i76, com mon to lair bee steers, M 75 5.76; good to choice hellers, t4.7aw6.0l; good to choice cows, t4.2SMu5.25; fair to good cows, eJ.VUg.4.25; common to fair cows, l.lb(Q 8.10; good to choice siociiera ana teeaers. 4o.4utg4i.uu; fair to good stockers ana leea- rs, f4.suw5.4v; common to lair stocsers and feeders, t3.50(i)4.So; stock heifers, tt4.50; veal calves. 4o.WXuJ.5V; bulls, stags, etc., t3.2nab.22. Representative sae.: BK1SF f.TEERS. WASHINGTON. Jan, the Currency Murray that the forged notes failure of the Albion Albion, Mich., amounted to S144.09S. The notes, according to the typewritten an nouncement Issued by the comptroller, were placed In the bank by Its cashier. JACKSON, Mich., Jan. 8. -An Albion special to the Jackson Citiien-Press says that it Is understood that If any arrests are made in connection with the closing yesterday of the Albion National bank the arrests will not occur until late today. DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 3.-A Deterolt Journal special from Albion, Mich., says: "Lying prostrated In hla home, II. M. Hearing, the elderly cashier of the closed Albion Natluonal bank, is in such a seri ous condition that he cannot speak even to his wife and It is possible that he may die as a result of the trouble in the bank." " . The general sentiment about the city In that the cashier is pot to blame for the catastrophe. Dr. W. O. O'Donohue, the aged president, ts at the bank constantly. The other two banks here have not been affected, but have made extensive preparations to handle runs. It is thought likely that the city hos pital, the funds of which were all in the bank, will be compelled to close its doors unless the citizens give It monetary aid. No. Av. Fr. Ao. Av. Pr. 23 715 I S6 tO 1W4 4 40 10 Mil lill ' 4 lllsa 4 f.0 f SSI t it) tl 1IIM 4 6i 11 7a 4 00 77 D1S 4 so 10 SS4 4 OS ii Ill) 4 10 12 1 4 96 11 1414 1 0 i COVVU. 11 U 4 15 1 143 4 70 10 SIN) 4 JO 14 1001 4 7S Mil 110 li 1ISM 4 IW I HO) 4 23 4 1246 4 04 111. 3 4 40 1 1..H0 4 4u 1UV1 4 70 HKIFER9. 444 t 44 t 1OT0 4 40 ) 4 W 141 444 4 40 U IK 110 14.... 4T 6 zt 1 414 4 74 81 MS 6 44 1 740 4 75 BULLS. 1 1100 4 14 1 1S20 4 so 1 570 4 5 1 1360 4 5 J, 1J20 4 40 1 121W 4 76 1 lloO 4 40 1 1460 4 76 SCOTCH TROOPERS THROW BRICKS AT BARRACKS LONDON, Jan.' 3. An extraordinary military riot is reported to have occurred at Longmore camp. The Scotsmen among the troopers on New Year's eve became Incensed at the curtailment, of their holi day. It, is stated that they . bombarded the officers' quarters with bricks. Some of the noncommissioned officers were Injured and an officer who is a noted boxer challenged one of the men to fight. A ring was formed and one of them stood up to the officer, but wag soon badly defeated. The men' then sul lenly returned. Jan. 3. Pemocratlo 1'nderwood's decision Jackson day banquet night, whleh became Known loony, lmiiieumieij on . nouncemcnt that the mannglns commlttca had given to William Jrnnlngs Bryan, at his own request, the last place on tho speaking program, threw democrats in congress Into a flurrv. Mr. Fnderwood declared he would not attend the banquet because of his recent attack of threatened appendlcltlB. 111m physician, he said, had ordered him to attend no banquets and particularly to make no speeches, nor do anything re quiring unusual exertion. "I will not have any speech to bo read at the dinner." added Air. I nucrwoou. If I were there to make a epeeih I would desire to deliver It myself." Nevertheless the forecasted absence of the majority leader of tho house, irom a national aemoeraue anair i smni other leaders of the party and men who are mentioned as candidates for the presi dential nomination are to speak, aroused discussion particularly In connection wltli tho so-called break between Hryan and Underwood. Democrats Disss tlaf led. Mr. Underwood's letter to the managing committee announcing he would not at tend was sent after it became known that Bryan was to speak. The arrange ment did not meet the approval of many leaders, but It will stand. Soma of Mr. Underwood'a friends pointed out that Mr. Bryan, speaking last on the program, would be in a position of decided ad vantage to make declarations which would of necessity remain unanswered and that such a contingency was to bo avoided. Others said Mr. Underwood did not wish to enter an oratorical con test with Mr. Bryan. The controversy between Mr. Bryan and Leader Underwood which developed over the woolen schedule, tho secret caucus and other pnrty affairs, at the special session of congress last year, was recently renewed when Mr. Bryan, prac tically .referred to Mr. Underwood as Wall street's choice for the democrats presidential nomination. Mr. Underwood has never denied that his political views differ much from Mr. Bryan's, but many of Mr. Underwood'H friends recently have declared that ho has no hesitancy to express himself con cerning Mr. Bryan's position. Mr. Underwood had a conference with Speaker Clark today, but if the Jackson day affair was discussed the fact was not announced. LOTI SAYS CHRISTIANS STOP HUMAN BUTCHERY JUDGE SWAYZEE URGED FOR SUPREME BENCH WASHINGTON, Jan.' 3. -The field of candidates under consideration by Presi dent Taft for the vacancy on the supreme court bench was enlarged today by the unofficial announcement that Supreme Court Justice Swayree of New Jersey was being urged for the appointment. It was admitted today that any one of the following men might be appointed: United States Circuit Judge Hook of Kansas, Secretary of Commerce and Labor Nagcl and Judge Sway zee. PARIS, Jan. 3. The Figaro, today pub lishes a striking appeal to the world in favor of peace written by Captain Louis Marie Jullen Viaud best known as Pierre Lotl, the famous traveler, author and friend of the Mohammedan, in which he flays the rapacity of Europe In regard to the Mohammedans. Italy's indefensible seizure of Tripoli and Its war on Turkey are, says M. Lotl, manifestations of this mockery of modern clvlllsgtlon, which looks on tranquilly at massacre, at war and at the spilling of innocent blocd. M. Lotl compares certain of the European powers to hyneaa waiting to fill their stomachs with the remains of the maimed and dying- Turkey. He declares that the time has arrived for the Christian world to cease from human butchery, for, he says, the Christians are the greatest assassins of all, killing with words of fraternity on their Hps and destroying with fire and shot the old worlds of Africa and Asia, and treating like cattle the men of thu brown and yellow races. M. Lotl concludes: Wars of conquest, on whatever pretext they are undertaken, must be stopped or the world's peace, pro gress and arbitration will remain empty and derisive and a scheme to humanity." 1 1316 4 40 CALVES. 214 n 60 . 1 100 7 : 1 2tU 6 60 . I... liU IS 1 140 7 Ol) 1 160 1 140 7 26 S 1(00 tiTh..R.- AND HtilfKiiB. I (40 4 40 II 474 1 426 4 60 t IK6 7 60 7 74 5 10 6 10 6 60 0 4 70 4 WO 60 HOUS Keceipta of liogs were tne heav. teal ot any oay since mo cany pan v: Hat july, over la.vuu heau snowing up. Other points were also wen auppneu, aim witn general conditions beansii p.icneis wei enabled to cheapen cusl on an weights, irade opened auout a lucae. lower, but as soon as larger uroves put up the decline ociaitio even greaiei, values closing a J'u dime lower loan thu average mantel yesteiuay. The demand lioiu pacaers had pieniy ot volume, out iiol niucu activity, aim il I eg ui red most ot the morning to ntahe a complete clearance, (snipper ana epecu .kioia turnianeu poor kUuiioi t tiirouguoul. Duviuif omy a aoaen loaao, itss man in ,.r ...mi oi tna total. lard, butcher and bacon stuff sold wimin a pi ice range of tuny E cents, hid peat laid ammaia on sale bringing to.lv. aa compared witn yesteiaay a n.gu pnc ot eo.l.n. tiacon aveiagea raugcu imm lulu aownwara and goou ouicner ciaaaea usually snowed very small discounts uu uer heavies, i here weie not many pig on saie. but tne demand tor i.iue aimi pioveu uncertain anu tenets had to turn: vaich-aa-entcn-can prices tor most of too buncoes we.gnuuC iea mail lev pounds. Uepreaeniailve saiea: Convenience means much to the business man. situated where it com mands easy access to f - - 7. . t U ' li ', agTK'5.'iU' the every part of Omaha's business district The uilding B 141 l. NEBRASKA ARCHITECTS TO FORM ASSOCIATION The Nebraska Association of Architects, now with a temporary organisation, will meet for permanent organisation this evening at the University club fol lowing a dinner at the club at o'clock. Harry Lawrle is temporary president and I. A. Hennlnger temporary secre tary. Mr. Ilenlnger t-ays a number of architect from other towns have written that they will be present. iiv. su. ft: io. - av. ...it; o k to M ...l.i ... 6 so PU Ji ...Jul ... 6 s4 ...: 4 6 e ...11 ... 4 4 ...1.6 HI 14. ...Ui ... IS ...ls4 ... 6 66 ...t.n ... a ...kui tuo 6 se . . 1, ... 4 6 ...194 a is .ilt ... 64 ...Ui ... 4 ...:.-! W 4 si . . . 14 ... 6 6 ...14 ... 6 66 ...: ... Ili ...!U DO 4 66 ...JUO ... so ...:u w 6 6 ...Ili ... IN ...We 4 6 so ...ZU w 6 so . ..:o ii is I IGb-UI'H.S AND ENDS. ...1.14 ... 6 so 17 61 ... 4 74 rilih-t-i A guud Biaed supply ot sheep and lainl' tound a market antiust aa ouil is Monday uaiie was acute. .-Nona oi ; the tegular buyers wanted very mucn tuft and this peurleh conduloii was ag- uraVHted by the tan that about teu load ! ot lute ai iivai yesterday tailed to si .1 and wore held over Several big ahip uieiits vama lu towaid uiidduy after jck- j w luo. .. 6... s.... i: ... a:.... it.... 61... 70.. Ml.. 40.. :.. e... 42.. 61.. 61. 14.. 41.. 16. ...ll ... ...314 ... ...JoJ ...44 ...lit ... ....11 ...: ...iu ...t ...ISO . . ...ut .. .m ...i-jj ...24 bo. tr. 60 4 40 6 60 6 u 6 60 6 6 Iv 6 6 6 sxi 6 64 e 6. IK 6 0" e w 4 ts) 6 ISI 4 Oil 4 00 4 IM4( ue v 5 06 4 4 10 ao hJ4 44 offers the best office location for the man who must be within convenient reach of the main business channels of the city. It adjoins the city hall, is across street from the new Douglas county court house, within a few steps of the theaters and banks and near the main street car lines. There is no better location in the city. i The building is thoroughly modern, with excellent new elevator service; beautiful interior decorations, steam heat and the. most careful of janitor attention. A few choice court and outside offices are vacant just now. rooms 601, 603, MS A very attractive suite on the 8ixth floor, faelng the court. Thia space being near the top of the building has an abund ance of natural light and good ventilation afforded through the sky light to the court. 601 la 14x15-4 and has vault; t03 is 11-9x19, and GOi la U-9x3G. Space will be rented en suite or separate to please desirable tenvnt. If you need a large space at a reasonable rental it will be to your Interest to see this proposition. Boom 80S Here la an exceptionally fine large effice facing Farnam street and also having a went exposure. The space Is so partitioned as to make four rooms, all being well lighted, in addition there ts a vauit in one corner of this room which haa shelving, providing an excellent place to kee; private papers, records, etc Think of It (40 square feet of floor apaca renting at, per month 955.00 Zooms 438-430 The larger room Is a corner space having a north and eatt light; Bixo 19x251. We will partition to suit. The sn.uller room. 4:6. has nort i light and la 10x19. These rooms will be rented cither singly or together. Ask us to show you these. , The Bee Building Co., Be Business Office, 17th and Farnam Sts.