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thi; omaiia, i jjidav. January r, 1012
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Or.Lidc Volume in the Wheat Trade
' is Increased.
CORN SHELLTSO IS IN mOGSESS
Mionid
tola
llry tnnd
WnnM
.nnie l)pllif
In I'rlce,
U rnllirr ( nnllnnr
n ni Mntrment
Forcr
OMAHA. Man. ll'll.
Oi:iMo volume In the whrm ; mlp 111
rrFc( and the hulliKli Smilh American
cli- brnuElit nut buying orders, which
r.ipidly win nhrat prlccn higher.
Tli J.lvcrpm.l mlil.- uert strnnc mid
1 ishT. confirming unfavorable liHtvcsi
rendition In Argentine, nnd also link of
n rnllwav strike. All nr f tvnred buy-
rs and -dioUs were fori ed to rover oil
the bulges.
Country report inrtiiato activity In
shelling and shipping corn, nt.d photild t lie
f itiu r continue dry unit cold a bit;
irmvi mem would likely furo sonic de
cline in both tho i sub and future. Tim
strength !n wheat "us a sustaining fea
ture. Wheal vat shai-ptv higher, due to bull
ish cslirs from lini-rnn Ayrcs; shuits
were eci ltd ntnl bought lieavnj'. lush
v.hct v. a l'l.'r higher.
The only snMalntng feature lo tl.e corn
market wa the sliutp advancr In wheat.
.New as all bearish and c.iMi value
wire line hanged to '.' lower.
Wheat shipments hitc 2'.:.1" bushel,
against receipts list ifr t S.O-s hush-
Ih and shipments (,f I!i7.(i" huiliele.
ITIniiirv corn reVclp'n were I.IM.iViJ
bushels and shipments were 4i;.'0ii0 bush
els, ag.ilnst iccelptn Inst year f l.uii.ftiO
bushel and shipments of 4M.OK htinhel.
Clcnr.inces were 14,1 bushel of corn,
."OH bushel of onts and whi-ut ond flour
.iial to Stl.OM) bushel.
Liverpool cloned 1 tVA hiKliT Oh
wheat and '-.d higher on crr,.
The following cash sales were reported'
Wheat: No. 2 bard, 2 rare, llf.1,; No. 3
bard. 1 car. 1 ..".; 1 car, I 0J'4: No. 3
mixed, 1 car, ll.nl1-. "nrn: No. 1 while,
1 car, Wc; No. 4 white. 1 car, fiOc; 1 cnr.
f.V: 3 car. "A'y: No. 4 color. I car, f.K',e;
1 car. fo'-r; No. 3 vcllnw. X care. ton; No.
4 vellow. 4 cars, .".:(', r; I cat. 1 car,
!..'(; i earn, tic; 1 cur. f.7',i", No. 3 mixed,
: earn. (Jr; No, 4 mixed, 1! cars, iSc,
ala: No. 4 white, 1 car, 4ri'c.
Omaha lanU frlrrm.
WIIKAT-No. 2 linrd, tt.0IMit.05: No.
3 bard. II M)'u 1 M-,; No. 4 hard. H-;cfil.l.
I'OKN-No. 2 white, t!i'i'.i .nlc; No. 3
w hile, f.sfi :-, ; No. 3 color. .Wn:,Hc; No.
5 vellow. Mt'viiinc; No. 4 vellow, 6"'i(.u'.)'io,
No 3, ."!',,'( :t)c: No. 4, TiT'oX:.
OAT8-.No. i while. 4iii'n I'ie; standard,
WWhWhr; No. 3 white. 4i.'.i4f.c: No. 4
while. 4.VMi4'c: Nn, 3 yellow, 4.'A'(Hic;
No. 4 vellow. 4'.SfH"i',ir.
liAItLKY MaltliiK. H.Orw?t.:; No. 1
feed. T.VifV.c: heavier, S."i'(i'if.c.
JtVJC No. 2, M'(iHc; No. 3, SX'Sie.
(arlot Hceelpta,
Wheat. Corn. Oala.
f'hlcmo
Mlnni apoll l:'l
inn.iha 10
Uululli 29
lll( AI.O linAIN AVI) riinVIl4NS
Kralnrra of the TrnillnaT and lnln
I'rlce on Hoard of Trade.
ClIIOAGO. Jan. 4 Hlorma In the
liarvcH ficcdnn of Argentina with a rail
way dtriko threatenlnK lo paralyao the
movement of the crop In the country
canned a flurry here today In wheat. The
market cloned nervoti 1M'Il4c hlKher
than lant nltfht. I'otn (lnlahd :.?ic to
So up. oats at S'dHc advance and provl
alona i' fn l.V up.
At the top itlcea reached 'today wheat
vhowrd a bulge of 2c oer yeate rday'a
low point. There wan llltlo heard today
about other tranKiitluntk rountrlea mk
Inx good the HukhIhii iihoftuKe, which the,
Arxentlne. bad been relied upon by many,
trader lo offset. May ran from U
to tl.M'4411 0I4. with laxt aalea 1.01, an
advance of IVir". net.
Mom of the xtrenxtl) that devetoped In
curn came from wheat. Kxport blda were
said tn be within c of working llmtta.
May fluctuated from l3'Siil:tc, elonlnn
flrm at ti3c, a Kaln of rni over laat
niKht. Cnah Riatlea were atrotiR for low
kind and ateady for other aorta. No. 2
yellow waa not quoted.
. Trade In oata wa lamely local. Uppai
niid lower llmlta reached for May were
4fcV and 4?'o, with the cloxe S'rttc net
higher at 4K'4'u 4X-V.
1'rovielona cloned higher all around,
pork lnlic and the rent of the Hat -Vc
to 7'Vltc.
' The Iradlntf future range ai follow:
Ai tic'l! open. I Mliih. Low. Cloae . Yta" y.
Wheat
-May.
.July. 1.VV
ept. W'l
torn i i
May.VV4
July. 3(i'
tain
May.)
July. I
Sept.
i'OI'K
1 0"fl 01',V
4VSi
44 S
1
1 00 f 1 01 f
MS!
I
K CT4iia.fi14
41 f
4iUH'Ml 'ii
4T!4SUiJf,l
Jan..
.May.
July.
Lard
Jan..
uy.
July.
Klba
Jan..
May.
13 00 f
ltl 00 I
It) 17HI
t 20 (
It 424
ii I
I
40' ,
15 B2'i,i 15 tVO
ltl 07 'hi 111 00
16 22' 16 lj
t Z
I iTl
t rVii 42' !
V tt5 h 7'1
4t4l
I
4TT4
43
4li',
9 !0
42'j,
15 2'i
IH 7V
10 l"W
20-3V,
46
li 7,i
July.: 70-2! 7m7&
S 37 40-Hii
tlio 8 tif.-TV,
K 70 I II 70
It 40
9 S2,&
8 EH
M
8 05
1 mlted
pic .
OAT.-'-
, r.-(t.'-
-I.
No. 4 im
1.
1 1 e ; No 2 whi'e, 4
M.W Mlv 4iK.M--.MAI,
I
e bid.
it iv I: r
Marlon
IohIiik
tl oo,;
export,
market
Quotation of the liar nn
4 ominodltlea.
NKW Yril-.K. Jan 4 -f lM It-Strnnc .
Srln; pntetit". t" HK.i". Id: winter ti night.
$4 hV.(4 27: ' w ,niei pnlrtii. l1i(7'i;
fpt-lhe ili ai-. tt.ynt winter extra".
No I, .; .7H41.1 n; winter xtr;ii". No 2.
'. .VVU.i:.',, Kanaaa Mltaiahla. tl..Vi I 70. Ite
cclpt. irt.P.'. I.bl-..; sluiimont 11 .'41 bid.
! f i 1 1 . hte.niv, fair to good, It T'ii .:).
chol. e tn fiiniv. 1 1 ;i; 'a :, ,1 ",. llm kw heat
flour, oiilit. I..;:, per P lh.
i i;N M K I, Kae v : fine white nnd
jellow, i .iilM; cimrH $14il."i0; kiln
dried I;: Cri .7:,.
ItVIJ-tJiiil, No. 2. 97c nominal, c. I. f .
Hnffaio
ItAHI.KV-Kteady; ntaltlnir, $1.1S'"
r. I. f.. Kuffalo.
WH KAT Spot market ntead-; No. :
rid. Wie, elevator, export lianla. nnd
II tO'i. f. o. b., afloat: No. 1 northern
I nlut h. tl.2l', f. o. b., afloat. Kutme
mnrki t strong and lilKher on active cover
ing dun to very hulllah newn from the
AtRentlne. where fuiiher damnce wa said
to lave resulted from Mturma and 011
firm cable and light receipt.
I'.c net higher. May cloned nt
July. II 111 v
'OJ5N fripot market ateady;
i7'4.c. f. o. b., aflo.it. futures
nominal.
OATrt Hpot market rjulet. Future mar
ket nominal.
ilAi -I' inn: prime, 1 ..V. nominal; No
1. tl.f.vl.30; No. 2, tl.l'J'yl 1.1; No. 2, 9.'.c
(ill on.
IIOl'H T Mill : . Hlale. common to choice,
P", 'm ; I'iIO, iionilnal. 1'aclfio coual,
llill. 4.-,'.a-; ifiln nominal.
IIIIiKS Quiet; tntriil America.. I2c;
It. g. t.i :2 -f.iic
I.KATIIKH-l-lrtn: lienilock flrt. 2".ft'
S7c; econd, 2l'.2i,c; third. 21V 22c; re
ject", ir.c
CHOVISIONS-rotk, ateady; me,
I17.0ii 17.2'.; famllv, tl'.0"i' M .o: abort
eleaiH. tr Cii'ii IV.'iii. Ileif. ateady: nn hh.
H:!.i-,13 ri, famllv, I4 UfiiV, 00; beef ham,
no"!!.!! .On. Cut inentH, ipilet; pickled
belllea, Pi to II pounds, t!l.2."i; pickled
li .nm. M I ' 1 1.2.'.. I.iiid. Ilrm: tnlddlc
went, I't 2.Vn J.:).".; refined, eay ; continent,
!'.; mum 11 .nii-iku, 110.2., chiiiihiiiiiiI,
i.71i'li".l21-.
TALlJiW -(Juiet. prime city, hltde".,
(,e; oiinli,', fi:i,'ffij 'hC.
lll'TTKIl-Kany ; creamery fpoelr.la,
TtWiv. extraB, ;tt.ric; MiM. 3;vi"';
rperiai. 2iiV'2.c.
t'llKKSK I'ltin; aklm. 4fil4c.
.;t ;(iS sternly : frenh gntheicd. extra,
Mt:t4c; extra flrat, 31c; wCHtcin gatu-
leil, white. 32'dVir. ,
I'OIJI.I It V Alive, ute.t.lv, wei-tcrn
rhlckeiiM, ll'-j'n U'-c; fow l, 13'itll , 1111-
y. H'il.-.c; dre'd xteady l firm;
western chicken, U'.fKViC; fowl, 1SAr;
tuikej-., 12'ull'c.
M, I, mil ;encralx Market.
ST. I.OIl.s, Jan. 4 -Wll KAT-I Uglier ;
track, No. 2 red. c1ill.(w. No. 2 hard,
Vmi 10; May, Dtic; July, 94St'04c.
(,'t I1IX-Htendy; track. No. 2, IW'ic; No.
white, tlje; May, 04T,c.
OATrt-Htronn; track, No. 2, 4D'4c; No.
while. fi)M,e; 1 leceni'ier, 4ii',c.
MYK- t'nehanged, 9,'ic.
l'"l,ol'H Strong; ted winter .patent.
4.Mo4 Hit; extra fancy and atrulgnt,
((M 4n; hard winter clear, J'l.40T't3.W.
HKI',1 -Tlmothy, i4.(X(tiri.no.
'OHNMKAI3.2.
HIIAN Klrtn; Hacked eact Irack, 12.(KV?T
"llAY ITrm: timothy, t2O.0Oi2l.00;
pllilile, tl2.ii 16.5a
I'm in 1SIO.XM i'oi k. tincnangen; jon-
blng. Il'i.2&. latrd. higher' prime Hteatn,
Is.H.'illli .0.1. try nn It meat, unchanged;
boxed Htiort. B'jc; clear tin, aVic; short
lear, Sc. tiacon, unchanged; boxed ex-
Ira abort, V',iC; clear rib, S'.H'! abort
clear, 9lc.
I'Ol I.! lit Mteany; cnirken. lie;
aprlnKH, 12c; turkey, WW, duck, l'.lo;
geee, !)VVc
KtiUH-Kirm; 2c.
. . necelpt. Shipment.
Irtr. bit I WW .2"0
Wheat. bU ...lR.'VS' 40.OU0
crn, Int. 124,nno 4.non
Oat, bu 22,000 87,W
Knnana C'ltr drain and I'ruMlnna.
KAN8AH CITY, Jan. 4-WHKAT-le
liuther; No. 2 hard, Il.a21j1.07; No. 3. 1100
T.0H; No. 2 red. tl.02; No. 3,99c1iti.0l;
May, tl.Oia.tjl.Ol1,
t'tlflN-steady to Ho higher; No. 2
mixed, MdiUrK?: No. , H2vwe: No. x
whit. 6.Vumc; Ko. 3. 634VWu; May, OISV
4Sj July, 4Ho.
IIATS t nchangen to o lllgner, .-nil
white, 4SV'4!,ijc.; No. 2 mixed, 47V4f44cvf
ItYK-ftiic. ; , .VI
HAY Strong; choice timothy, t2lX)9
22.(iO; fhoteo prairie. tln.0tMll6.b0.
HfTTKH Creamery, ;wc; lirsi, sic;
aecond. :lf; packln atock, 2Us-
K1US mtraa, 3oic; rirt, 2itvic; ec
0)1(1. JlC.
ueceipt.
12.1")
, 2X.0HI'
4.000
Wheat, tin
orn, bu..
Oat till..
fault uuotatlona weie a follow;
rTAJt'U Klrm; wlntvr patent, t3.7T.4i'
4 '.': winter Hiralght. I3.0u(u3.iiu; eprlng
patent. H-iOy'iM). epiinti mralglil. t4.2.KO
4. GO; bakelM, l.iilhi .7.'; prlni( pBteniil,
liein at tor ine neat naru.
H Y K No. 2, Mc.
SKKI Timothy. tli.O'Hl 15.00; clover,
1 ;i. r.i -i 1 20. &o.
1'IIOVJ.SION.S Me pork, per Mil., tlj.00
tIj.ti2S; lard, per 10U lb., 1t.iliV0.22'4i
kliori nti. ante, tioonei. ki ij.
v Total clearance of wheal and flour
were eiuil to 3ol.(0 bu. 1'rlmary receipt
were as2.lino bu., compared with 3-".,uoi hu.
liie coireapondiiiK day a year ago. I.sti
mated recclpta for tomorrow: Wheat, IS
car: corn, 4VJ cara; oatM, tu cars; hoy,
t'hleano C anil Trices wheat: No. I
led, yoti,c; No. 3 red, 9l4(Ouc; No. hard.
tCMtfi-wt; r. o. a nuiu. ii,cip si.wi; ino.
noiihcr". t.mil-'Q; No. 2 northern, 11.0
diluH; o. s nortnvrn. 11.w1v1.tn: No. ;
epiing'. II.Ol'ul.U'i; No. i t'lll'g. jr.tctitl.04
No. 4 epliNg, iwi till ill; velvet chuff. WXi
i.ii.i; unroot, n"cuiv. i orn; .ro. I,
M'S'IWI, i0. .1 Wllllr". Qn'-fHtiUW;
tilow. ;mv.iii'vc; NoV 4. Mitn'ikc; No.
4 white, isi-,11 iHi'I No. 4 yellow, fVi'Ho.
i 'mip; .o. wnnc, t. ir ii .mm . n wnite,
474't4Sc; No. i white. 4JV'iSc; atandard,
'.ii inc.
l;: No. I. 84e. Ilarley, fV",il .31. Tim-
K'iy. i2 (""n ri.uo. ' lover. )J.J0.y2i.,i.
;I"T1 Kit Finn; creameries, 2i.(i36c;
(.nirlcM. 2V'i31c.
l-t'.tJS-Kccetpl, l.RiO cane. Atarkrt
mcaily; at mark. faw:i Included, l'ij2tic;
llrMB. in.ii , prime iiint, 'Si'n-M
lTli;KSK-stcad ; dainlen, P;lc
(win. P11 to1.,!. ; loiing America, liiyi
j',"4e; long noma, iiwieiO.
roTA'J'Ol.'S steady: cholca to fancy, SJ
$r:v.c: lair 10 koou. w.ri.'c.
Itifl.TIt Y-Stcady; turkey, liyis'.c
C'til. ken. 12ibli", .pi'lligK, ll'kc.
' VKAIi--Stead v at 7fullc.
Cmlot H:elptK Wheat. 2S car,
S of contract grade; join, l.;at car.
none oi coiuiaci t'raui : out, u
Total receipt of wheal at Chicago,
lieaimiia aim innuiii nxiay were iM
uiiipered with ivit cat lnt week and Ui
car ine coi reponiiuiK any a year ago.
With
w ith
tar
Mm
car
llanenuolU Grain Market
MINNKAI'OI.IS. Jan. 4-WHKAT
.May. st.u'-'iiuN; July, II im,; cam. No.
1 I. aid, Illi'V; No. 1 iiorthein. Il.oy!
IWis,; No. 2 northern, tLt'I'.til.CT.
t. ti.O41.0ua.
fOUN-Xo. 3 Jellow, Ow
HATS- No. t white. r,()t.,''c.
liVK-Nn. !. )v.imi..
I'-HAN t21('l23ll.
I'Tytill-t Kirt patent. ''V.iji4:
-nd, tl.9'i.20; 111 at clean, 2.7i."i4 0j
tr.d, ti.tOiJ.OO. ,
No,
nec
l.lrrrpool Grain Market
MVERKMjL. Jan. 4. W1IKA T-epot
film: No. I Manitoba. 7 l"d; future
ttions and exclti-d; Match, 7 d; May
, ',n: gory, ia iai.
t 1 tii.x encaoy; Am.!:iran niixe.l, new
w ad; Amrikan mixed, old, Td. future,
-.iei!y, jaouaviy, i ha; Ichiuary, Ei
.1.
I'eurla Market.
PKOItlA. Jan. I CORN Firm; No.
wtilte, bvir'4c; No. 4 wnite. fcHc; No.
) ti g, i6ysc; No. 4 Jtilow, K'ic; Ko.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Scries of Irregular Movements Makes
Trading Confuted.
UNION PACIFIC IS WEAKEST
Copper Mmki Mlinnlalcd b lllaher
notallon for Metl Money
Market ;aalrr, nlth llond
t err Artlte.
Shipment.
49.nK)
67.0110
V.U00
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
I'lllbAltKM'lllA, Jan. 4.--MITT Hit,
firm; wratern creamery aieclal, 40c;
weatern creamery npecutl, extra, atKt,
nearby print extra, 41c.
r-AKiN steady; i-cnneyivania iiiiu mnrr
nearby flrtn, free rae. IH.tn er cae;
I'ennnvlvanlii and other nearny current
recelpte, free rue. tH.40; wentern flrta,
froe caae. toOu per caae; weatern cuiTent
receipt. I.4ii per cnaa,
CHKI'.HK I'trm; .New 1 orK run ereami
fancy, l-V17c; fair to Rood, 1W 104c
1 ton; In lnctea-ed 4..V1 Id p-nmd; punlle
iep..itH lnereed St'i.O'O pound; note
reserve Incrcmed ),yv,.itn pounds: (tovern
1 ment nectirltlen deereaned al pound.
I The proportion of the bnnk'a reserve
to liability thl week I JjW'i per cent;
lat week It wa 36 4K per cent.
I nmliin nteek Market.
I.ONI'O.V. Jan. 4 --American necttrltien
opened a fraMloti higher today. I'rlce
moved Irregularly during the fnrenon.
Canadian Pacific advanced W while the
real of the 1IM ranged from 4 above to
, below yenterday New York closing.
London cloflna; ;,tockt:
('nnimlR, monr
rlii ronal
Anial. I'ojiper
NKW Yol:l, Jan. 4 - A m iIi of Ir
rrguinr rnoiementM ninde tn'lny'n Mtock
matket a confuted one. Standard l8uei
gravitated alowly tuwiird a Inner level
during the greater .art of the day, but
liefole the close price picked up and not
crtange In mot cane wen; Klnall.
I nlon I'nclflc, which ha been mont
ateady miller pi eiire, wa t he cnnplcu
oiiflv Weak 'tK'k of the npeculatlve fa
trotlt.. Attention whk attracted lo thi
to.-k by a tailing off of Il.1l2.iji-') In the
.November earrilng'i if Illinois Central,
another member of the lliirrlmnn Kiouti,
dun In large nieayure to th heavy cx
penie' riKiiltlng from the hopm n
etrlke. The dec line In t nlon I'lvj-iriR.
winch at one tlmn reached 2 ioint, ,it'
paiently wa independent of thl in
fluence. Kclilgh Valley cnntlniiecl It aaeerit,
toiichliiK IMS. the highest figure at which
it ha Hind Unce b'-inK llted on tin; New
York exchange. Wabash preferred and
Hock Inland preferred were uniliin!lv
Strong. The copper Muck were tdmtilatcij
by a higher quotation for the metal. Sub n
were reported at 14'- for K 11 rope .111 de
livery the. enulvalent of 14" here.
Announcement of the change, In the
prcKldehcy of Denver A !Uo Grande wa
with. nit matked Influence, H It wa not
mmle until after the clone of the ex
change. Iienver preferred, however, wa
Mining today, moving up 1 point. MihsouiI
Pacific lost an much.
Tim mmiey market wan considerably
eusler. Iinniia weie verv active with the
higher nc.iln of pilec. The new 1'uriama
3m registered, diilner l.Ol-'n,, the loweat
pi Ice ever touched. Total nale. par value,
1S.O1 1.OOll Cnlted State bond were un
changed on call.
Number of nale and leading quotations
on ntoik today were an follow:
Ple. Itifli. bow. dure
Alln-'rilmn ptd 1'Ki -, 74
AmalKiiriati-ri 1 npiier ... f.'jfO HK-'ii r.A 4r.'
Amerli'ln Axrh-nliurat .. -.'in) 41 t j
Am. Hen Hnxar 1 . ) rV4 S7-t, 5; ,.,
Ameiluin l'n I :.... l ll'l It
Amerli,n C, & Y I.ml 04H M 64 H
Am. I ot..n (III 7o 4n lli't 4K
ArmTlr.n II. A I,, pf.l 2
Am. lee Perurlllen IN'4
Amcrl.-an l.tilHeerl 11
American lieonintiva 3.
Mllwankeo Grain Market.
Mll.WACKKK. Jan. I.-WHKAT-Ni) 1
northern, ll.lini 1.11 ; No. 2 northern, II .07V
1 (ft: No. hard wittier, i.tviti.vj; may,
ll.ttl: July, tt.'iTiie.
ll.VIM Mllllliril, ncjl IftJC,
UAHI.KY-MulllnB. Il.li 1.30.
Ckffee Market.
NKW YOHK. Jon. 4 COFFEE F11-
turea opened unlet at a decline of 4(u3
polnl In rrnpouae to lower French cable
and ruaoci off further duiing the day
under ncatterlnn prenaure, Kuropeait
celling nnd moderate preure ftom local
bear. There neemed to be very few buy-
era around the ling ana tint market
probably wa Influenced by report of
rather canter cost and freight offer from
Iti axil, a nllubt demand for actual and
prediction of a heavy movement of mild
coffee to market. The clove waa nearly
nteady at a decline of "(iii'i point. Sale.
24,5i-0 bag; January, U.u&c; February,
13.3K". March, 13.10c; April, 13.07c; May
and June, 12.H7C; July, 12tKc; August and
Si-ott'tnher, 12.9fic; O-Mober, 12.Mc; Novem
ber, 14 '.lie; lieceiiibc, 12.H0c Havre w ua
11 Mi franc lower; llniiihuig wa Mi
ptd. lower, lllo,, .5 rela lower at S-17;;
Santoa unchanged; tl'.'i-O; 7n TUjO. lllo ex
change lower at lid. Kerelpta at the
two Hiailllan port, .ll.0 taga. agalnnt
lil.liOO bag hist year. Jundlahy receipt
G.Ooo baij. against &.100 bag last year. Halo
waa reported In all diatiict of Sao I'aulo
Nw York warehouse dellverlea yeater-
lay, 7..VD bug, against 11. Oi bag last
year. Today special Santo, cable report
4 ,'0 rei lower. Sao I'aulo receipt. 17,000
ba4. tigutnst 17.ij bag yesterday. It wa
reported that the valoiiiallon committee
mid meet In linndun January 20. Spot
cottee, nulct; lllo, .No. 7, 14c: Santo
No. 4, ltV,c. Mild, iiuiet; Cordova, lUVo)
is'-jc. nutninai.
Metal Market.
NKW YUltK, Jan. r-MF.TAI.S-
Rtandaid cnppei'. firm; spot. tl3.S6(iil4
f ituus. U.X7Vi 14.2.1; I.iiiidou, inaiket
firm; spot, 7 'si; future r4 2 M.
lake copper, 14.2;.'(i tt.M; ehi tl cilyllc, 114 00
V14.JIW. ciftlng. lJ7:ul4 0cJ. Tin, firm
spot. I42.12'i,m2.li7l'i; futures, tW. i.Vn 40
Kondoii. market sll'ong; s.ot i.191 l.".
futuie. JlIm; 10. Lead, sternly; 4.40C
4.11. jvew lork; 4l.7iS'ti4.32'i. Kaat St
laiuls: l.on.h'ii. 115 12 isl. Spelter, firm;
lii 40 j 0 42 S, New York; to . X iii.3;,. Kaat
St. lul: I.ondun. ;2u, I.'hi. Aiitlmony.
dull; -cKikon. 7.7j. Iron, Cleveland
wananta. j0. 4'vd In London; locally Iron
wa nteady: No. 1 foundry northern, IU.7J
Sril.'i Oj; No. 2. 111. JOji 14.75; No. 1 sum hern
and No. 1 southern ruft. tl4.2.Vu 14 in.
ST. LOl lS. Jan. 4.-MKTAI.S-I-ad,
strong, at tl.jr',. Spelter, quiet, at K30.
It
U pt ....
test Knunclrlri.
PM
nil I
Klecflc
A iiisrtc-,ii
Am. H
Am Hirst
Am. aintir Keflnln.
Amerlriu T. A T
American Tntia.rn M...
Amrrlian WiKiien
AiMi-onrl, Mining Co....
Ati-hlson
Atrhlsnn pfil
Atlanttr Ciiait lilll
Ilillilnnra AV Ohio
Iletlllehem Hteel
Ilrm.lilrn Raplrl Tr
t'anaillan Paeirlr.
Central leather
I'entrsl leather pfil... .
Central nf New Jeray..
Clieicapailca oV Ohio
Chlraxo K Allcin
Chimin (1. w , new
Chiiaan (). W. pld
Clileato N. W
fhliaxo, M. i P....
C. Kt. V.
Cnkirailo r. I
I'niiirailn it- Hnnthern
Conaoliilatcil tun
Corn Procliirta
IVIaware St Hiiilsnti
Iienver A iltio (Irancla.,
Iienver H. 0. old
Manlier' Kacurltle
Krl ,
Kris lit I. fit.
Rita 14 plil.
nancral K
Groat Nnrlhaen ptd...
(Irs. I Mnrthnrn Or rtfs.
Illinois Canlral
Interborniixli Mat
Inter. Mat. pM
Intarnat tonal ttarvaatar..
Inter-Marlns pM
International Paper .....
Intarnatlonal Hnmp
Inw (.antral
Kanaa, c'ny Ho
K. c. Ho. p(d
Islaila ()
Loulivllla 1 N'aahvlll..
Mlkn A t. boula
-r-. , . M...
Mlamnrl. K A T
M.. K. & T. Ptil
Mtsiourl Paultlo
Nallnnal lll.rult
National Uaad
N. R. II. of M. td ptd..
N York Onlral
N. V.. O A W
Nnrfnlk A Wailsrn ... .
North Amarlran ,
Northarn Paclllc
Pa. Ifl. Mail
Pennsylvania
Paople'l Die
P . ('., C. A t. L,
Plllahurfh Coal
Prasaeil Hteal Car...
Pullman Pilar far
Itallwav Hlael Rprlm
ltraitliK .T
Republic! nierl
Itepuhllo nteel ptd
Itock liland Co
Hiu k Island Co. ptd
HI. I, A K. V 2d ptd..
t lula W
At b 8 W. ptd.
ninaa -Hlierileld K
aouthrrn I'arltlc
actithsrn Itallway
80. Hallway (d..
TenneasM (ipiier
Taiaa A raiitli' .
T . at. U A w..
T.. Hit. I A W.
t'nlon Pa.illc .
Pnlnn Paiiflc! ptd
I ill I i'l glataa Hsaltr
t'nliad Hlatra Knbker. . .
t'nlled Hiatus Hies I
C H. Htasl pt.i
ttah Copper
V. -Carolina Chemti'st ..
Wshash
Whah ptd
Weslarn Maryland
Waatinithoiii'a Elactrlci
Westarn t'nlon
Wheellnc A U T.
lht,h Valley
Chlno Copper
Itav Cnnacilldated
Total tales for tti day.
1! .'.00
L'IKI
4')
MVI
2, MSI
).
2.111
im
ICIHl
til HI
41X1
tSKI
J.)
J.7CII
rum
7;: '4
mi! .4
SO1!
isti"
lt'.'4
'"
inns
lot
194
I'll '4
an,
77S
2:i:.
?ll4
19-j
:.mi
7.3CXJ
1IHI
700
inn
:.4oo
400
l.rsm
40U
4, SCSI
7, MM
'u 10
4. 410
2(10
' j.jno
OH
....,
12S
Hi
ii7'i
103 '4
'iis
iwi 4
mm
1-1:04
I0J
111
77 '4
!ir,'4
lS
n
"iii
124 11174
Hilar
7(K) 74
I'll ltl.
27
itJ'i
10',
311,
lM'i
li7
484
ltfl'4
17H
r.
la 4,
H-4
15
2I"4
IMS
14014
an
41-4
I1S
'4
tr.s
127 '4
42
1(11',
1'4
MS
10(14
52
'in"
S7S
icii '
t.'.i'i
2iHi 2,i :'
7. sua
tort
.iiia
Ana
9110
;i)K
4.4"
S.OOC
t,:ina
".110
4.10
1. ina
4.4US
4(S
no1,
M
:(,
HITS
7'4
1 1041
"Vt,
11H
30 14
12J
111411,
102S
SKI
1404
ass
11)714
:I7H
11114
74
114
til 14
msi
lot
ltrj
f00 34S 33S
A I
ptd..
jj-.ano
aon
1"0
1.7'icl
J. "100
t.tou
!..sin
l.ism
400
:too
flea
sun
ism
7,0Ht
100
1MII
Stun
-l.toa
t.rtMl
i.-HW
4.IHMI
J. 100
tl
i.;)
77.110
1 lit
4 "C1
t
m
a
50 S
40',
lll'i
IS
71
T '4
an",
t:iS
4S
17tS
4S
M'i
lll'i
bTS
"S
lt4
nv,
114
fl,
ii4
2S
IS
4A1. sua ihirei
1.1 S
J.144
K
i
4
4cU4
llttS
S7H
!l'4
IS
im
170S
MS
'41114
TS
111
tS
tK'i
Ml
7!'.
iit'i
:s
it't
72S
lir.'S
3S
115
17
I".",
2'i'j
17',
l(KS Vi
101 S
li.1 '4
mis
jpt
77 S
ir.ij
10
I!)
310
74
24
tfl'i
:i
14114
Hi!i '4
(4
SVi
44
14l4
10'4
16
'S
42
81
31 '4
1.2
43
1S4 14
117V4
4.1
14
IT
US
101 14
2 J '4
,4
.12 1 i
1414
!S
nr.
H17S
lftt
:il
1:1 IS
2
2 S
!i!H4
140
hi;
sr.s
HIT
:I7H
ID'S
7ISS
1IK-H
80 14
123S
HI4
101
PI'i
.1:iS
r.
SUV,
CI
2
S.i'i
SO
-I (I'd
J S
usi
4S
111
2S
7IS
J7S
20 '4
13
311 '4
17IS
IS
K4
4.S
mis
lit
MS
Ms
s
11
MIS
714
' SS
lS
"'4
'Tt.tyinllvlll A N,t..lrS
rSMo. ksn. A Tn ... 0S
' N. T. Canimt lnS
7', Norfolk A IVeitern HI
l'C'4 do pfrf .. 2S
to. Ontario A IVealern.. 3
1"r. I'rnnivlrant t"4
1lR,nd Mlnei S
l',Hcint t
ll.:4Snitthern Rallwa, .. 2SS
hi', do nM ""4
21 Bonihern Pacific ....114',
42', Union Pacific 17T'4
33', do pfd SSS
r4su. h ntei 7i
44'4 do pfd 114S
24SWibash
1 44 '4 do pfd 17
M'tNKV 2f7214i per ctnt.
SIKVI-.K-Hnr. nteady, 2.1 "-Kd per o.
The latci of (llnconnl In the open mar
ket for Miort bill, 3-, pur cent; for threis
lii'int Its' bill, 3'i per ccr.t.
nnlrn StocL anil Pond.
HOSTON. Jan. 4 '.'losing ftiolatlon on
ntocks were a follow
Afia.-inrla
Ai'hlrcn
do pfd
Ililtimore A Clhlo
( ana. Han Pacific .
I'linaci (I. IV
I III Mil. A HI. P
lie pssra
Denver A ftlo G. .
do pfd
Erie
do lit pfd
do M pfd
flrmd Trunk
llllnoW (Vnlral
Allouef
Amii. Coppsr ....
A. 7. U 'A 8
Arliona Com ....
P. A c. C AS M
Pulls Ciialliliin ..
( at. A Arlnona
f !. cti Heel
Oiilstinlil
0. p. Itltiic C. C
Faat Bolls C M .
'ranlclln
(Ilronx Con
chant, Con
Clrerns f inane.
Isle Itnyale Copper
Kerr l.ak"
Lcikn ( opnsr
1. a Halls Coppsr...
Miami Copper ....
. 43 Mohawk
. A'aN'sri'ls Con. ...
. 7J74 N Iplssi oat Mlnea
2S North Unit ...
. 1 North bates ....
. 2-", (Hd Dominion .
. aisnsc-enls
4V. Parrnlt l A C
. l7i,Qniniv .J
. shannon
. 12 Huperlor ..
. 12 Huperlor A
. 41 Tinnrl. 1
. 31M . 8. R. It.
I 14 cln ptd
. 22 t'tih Con
. 2-Vl ih Copper Co
. liU'lnon
. f' Wolverine
. ::.S
n. m.
'ii'.'.
. r.4
. 1H
. '.
. 21S
. 7
. 47
.HIT
14S
. 7i
. PI'i
. 20
. 2"4
. lft
::?s
. 1S
. 5S
.
.10(1
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Are Generally Slow to Ten
Cents Lower.
r-tvles generally landed arnund S
HOGS OPEN DO WW CLOSE HIGHER
Demand for All lelrble Kind of
Fat Mirrp and limbi liood,
While I'rloea jkhow Little
So t hnntr,
or
OMAHA. Jin. 4, 1!U2.
Cattle. Hon. Bhep.
SOCTH
IteeelDt were:
Official Monday 2.2n 2.810 4.1M
Of flclHl Tudadav 5.S44 9.1S2
official Wednesday 6M4 MWi (t.o'w
cstlniatcj Tlnir-cday 6.6JO 17.6'it) .00u
Four dnvn thl week.H.211 SO.nv, :40.t.W
Snme dav last Week . . .11.77J n.SSi 1S 40
oHme davn 2 w'ks Bgo.n&l 7, 144 24,224
rimtiu da 3 w'k a novelist SX.42 R4.1K;
Sunie dav 4 tv'ki hko. 11,647 'tH.S'Kj 27,
?5iiiiie. (lay lnt year,.14.i.29 17,440 24,28
Tho followln; table show ttie raniie. l
price paid for hog at South Omaha for
the lat lew day, with co npariaon:
I 'ate. I 1911. lltio.iltn). 19.lW(.!liW.lllJ.
1; OS.
llepi efentatlve ale:
No. Av. Sh. rr. No. Av. Sn. Tr.
:o i?4 ... 1 to tj in ... IM
It 171 ... S 70 41 241 ... IP
III HI . . 7ft W tn ... 1 w
r4 !l M S T7S M ..list II IM
M PM ... I n 7r t-4 40 t s
c til ... 8 an 74 let 40 I tn
si 207 ... I an Hi im ... I tn
r, ti2 ... f to H 9 ... I a;s
r,2 i;t ... 6 so 71 znj ... t tr,
t t4 ... I to I tlT ... & ts
M 213 fl t 'l 74 222 M r 13
27 2ii 1 4 10 7 214 ... t ,-,
71. I4 240 1 0 US I4S ... 4 (M
4j is ... El to tt ... 4 nn
.". IT ... I no 74 21 4 ... 00
71 2i8 40 It) It 31 ltd tOl
k9 20S ... I ( M 233 ... ton
7 Ill ... (IS 17 1'J 120 CO
M 224 to t in ft 22 ... t on
isi 120 1 ut fi to 00
l td to S IS 53 tl ... I n
f.3 14 ... Ill 14 f.'l ... 4 (SI
'l 204 ... 5 Vi fin J-,; . . (vi
III 204 ... 6 tr. II 2.4 40 4 01
HI IM 19 IM 4t 24 ... CHI
Kt SO t C, 7 773 ... nj
M 211 1 5 74 14 tT ... (15
71 !7t ... I M t! 20 40 4 Pi
44 lit ... I tfl 75 2.11 ... 4 nj
! 210 ... I SO ti 2.11 ... 4 05
't 215 ... I M 19 tvt tO 4 ni
42 221 ... 4 to II 404 ... l,,
T 2 80 6 to 44 370 ... 4 10
71 237 ... I 10 44 f0 KO 4 10
J 240 10 I 50 27 Ki ... 4 10
PIUS.
92 US ... 140
lite.
Liec.
lec. 2'i
lec. 3J
Dec. Bl
Date.
Jan. 1.
Jan. i.
Jim. ,1.
Jan. 4.
27. 1 6 961! 7 7t 8 T
4
4 44,
0 16
16
Heceipt and dlioitloti of live ntocK
at the Union Stock Yard, South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 3
o'clock enterday:
JIECEI PT.S CAU.S.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep. Il'r'a.
New lork Mining; .tr,rVa.
NKW YOHK, Jan. 4 -Clopln o,uot(ttlon
on nilnlnR ntock
Allr 175
Com. Tunnel aicii.k. 21
do t.nnilH 17
Con. I II. 4c. V I HI
Iron Silver U'n
beadvllls Coil I
Offered.
were an follow.:
bit tie ("biff
Mexican ....
(intario
(mhir
Hlandard
Yellow Jacket
v
. 3
.410
.100
.ISO
.too
. 40
51. ct St. V 12
Wabah
MlHHourl Piicific... 1
t'nlon I'aoific 41
:. N. W eaxt.. 7
C. cji N. 3s, west.. U
St. !., M. V (.. 3.1
I'., 1!. cV 11., east... .1
II. ei (J., West.. -Iti
It. I. & R, cut 4
It. I. & 1'., went .'1
Illinois Central 4
Total recelptg...227
Tnrpentln and Itoaln.
SAVANNAH. Ga Jan. 4. Tt'RrEN
TINK h'lrm, ,11c. Sale, til bhln.; re-
lpt, ltl bulk.: anipmenl". none: Htook.
8i1,77 bbl.
H(SIN Firm. Sale none: receipt.
l,l:a bbl.: Hhlpntentn none; ntock. 140,711
hbl. otintn: It, l7.0'iTi7.10; t r.f2iVa7.1S:
l:, $7.ir,'ci7.2o; a, $r.i7i-f7.M; H, v.xm
r."i: 1 1. 7.Z: K. 17. :t..: M. 17. M: N. 17. If,:
V, (i, ,7.65; W, W, 7.).
Iteflned Suarar Itedneed.
NKW YORK, Jan. 4.-A11 trade of re
fined miliar were reduced l'tc a hundred
pound today.
' Wool Market.
ST. I.OriS. :Jan. 4 WOOl Steadv
territory and weatern medliim. 16clSc
fine medium, Vi(nl'c; fine. Kfl5c.
Coffee Market.
NICW YORK. Jan. 4.-COFFEK No. 7
Rlu, 14c; future c!oi1 '.'aielv iemU--
March, JJ.19e; May, 12.97c.
CIIKAGU I.HI'7 STOCK HARKKT
UemaiMl for t attle and Sheep Weak
Iloira tttrona.
CHICAGO. .Ian. I.-CATTI.E-Reeelnt.
estimated at i'.OOrt head; market weak;
bceven, $4,701(18.50; Texnn steer, 4.2ri..75;
weHtein steers. t4.30iiitl.iJO: mockers and
fenders, :i. HitiS. 75; rows and heifers. IJ.ih)
ttu.fiO; calves, ts.notftsj.
HOU.S Receipt, estimated at 2!,00(
head: market ntronr. 5c ud: llaht 15.K.1iu
.lu; mixed. 5.srirai!.2.1; heavy. K.8iVrii.i!o;"
rough. tVI.8M1cS.OO; good to choice heavy,
$i. 011. 2.1; pigs, S5.0vi-)f.4DO; bulk of sales.
ja.2Mi4.0.
SHKE!1 AND LAMBS RecHptn, enti
mated at 2.1.(100 head: market weak: na
tive, 2.iiV(i4.W; wexterns, 3.i1ii4.60; year
ling, 4.ttfi'f .70; native lambs, ll.axtftl.30;
weutern Jambs, H.l'Su$-&.
Kanaaa Vtty Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Jan! 4 -r-CATTi..R Re
ceipt 4,tiit head. Including; 400 southern:
market Htronn to Itk' hltther; dressed beef
and export steer, tUMHtiS.s; fair to Rood,
.1.2,1i5! ii.o: western steers. l4.7Soi7.Oi); stock
ets and feeders, 4.0o((iii (O; sntitliern steers,
4.iifi'ii 21; southern cows, ILIinri 4.75: na
tive cow, I2.wfri6.i5: native helfera, H.4utj
7.uo: nun. ;t.utiotii.w; cnivea, w.nnis'i.w.
HOOS Receipts. M.OuO head: market
steady; bulk of sale, JW.So-cjii 10; heavy,
Ii, OKiil'i lS; packers and butchers, Su.)?
811; llttbts. H.HOii'i.OO; pi if, tt.25rclfi.4i).
SHKi;!' AN L) I.AMUS n?celpt H.llOO
hend; mni'ket stronK; lambs, ll.7tVT-T6.IO:
yeurllnas, tt.2T.i(iii.26; wethers, SW.SOru 4.2(;
f-wes, I.I.215I :j.$c); stookers and feeders,
f 2.54X0 4.00.
St. I.oal Live Stork Market.
(5T. LOUIS. Jan. 4.-C!ATTIil2 Receipts
4,100 head, Includlntr l.oiw Texan; market
nteady; native nhli'inu and export nteers,
ts.rrcij.;4.-. dresned and butcher steern,
(.1.211(1.00; Mecca under l.tW pound. 11.00
ft8.21: utocker and feeders. t3.UOQii.iH):
cow and helfef. t;!.fri7.00; canner. tl.00
tha.00; bulls, t-1.7fifcj6.2n; calve. t4.W)ijrS.2S
Texas and Indian steers, W.OO'trf.OO; cows
and heifers. 4.fifKlr7.0i.
HOt IK Receipts Iti.ftOO head; rnnrket SI?
lfic hlKher; pigs and lliht. 4.7.ri6.2'l;
mixed and butchers, JVt.Otaf r 5.35 ; good heavy
Hi lr.iitino.
S It 10 Ml AND T.AMRHt Receipts
hend, market 10c hlKher; native muttons,
:t..1i 1t l.fjO; iRiuh. 4.5)ch.75: cull and
bucks, tl.2u( 2.50; stockers. (1.50'u2.5j.
( ottun Market.
NEW YORK. Jim. 4 -COTTOX-Spot
cloned unlet; inlddlin uplands. 9.1'; mid
dling KUif. t.uOo; 110 sale, l-'ulurc chwed
Kteady. Clot.nu bid: Jaiuary, twe; Keb-l-usi
y. .12c Marc h. S ix; April, 8 ;k
May, i;;;i-,,Juiie, :(; July, t.tlc; Auuust'
S 4ic; vlf . nut r. !.4.H ; Oc tober, H..ic; No
Veit.ber, .ic; iH'Cvuiher. n.tjc.
I)rr tiouili Market.
NKW YORK. Jan. 4.-I1HV COOHK
Central ark nhlrtitiKS have been revised
to a basin of 4-c. The cotton aood inar
kets aic utiierallv steady and uuh-t. 1 '01
ton turns rule ci'iict ih nihiis flim.
Cb'thiim inunufocliii rr am niiiwiu.
lively Inclined un luilbvr purchuat uf
u.vii's wtai.
York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 4 MONEY On call.
easy, at 2V( per cenK rulintr rate. 3 per
cent; lionlim bid. 2S per cent; offered at
2 per cent. Time loans, easier; sixty
and ninety days.. sviMM, per cent; six
months. SHs-i'l1! lier cent.
Fill M K MERCANTILE PAPER'fS
t' nor rent.
8TKRMNO EXCHANOE Hteady. with
actual hualtieHn in banker' bill at 14 Kv)
for sixty-day bill and at 14 kci45 for de
mand; roininei vial In I It. tl.2V
SILVER Har. MTc; .Mexican dollars,
4iio.
UOND8 Government, steady; railroad,
firm.
Closing quotation on bond today wer
as follows'
it) Inter. M. M. 4,l... 47'.
I'M 'Japan 4a ti,
.lill do 4C,i .l
.Wlv,K. C Ho. Ut t.. 7.1',
ll"l.. S deh. 4. li . K.U,
H'icM. Hi N unl 4 .. t
. M'M. K 44 ST. lit 4,. ',
lots do aa. 4V)S ts'i
.l" Mo. I'silfli' 4a 7a
. ,M4N. H It. of M. 4', I .',
t' N. Y l'. 1 ,.... S7-,
. : do deb. 4i ck
-"lN. Y. N. It. 4 It.
locHa ev. f U3
.1'',N. ft W. t,t c. 4l.. tS,
. So1, do rv. 4i llljci,
. It No. Pacific 4a loo',
. '.'- V d.i ti 4
. SlU. s. b rr.lg. 4i ... tl'i
. k7,rVnn. ev, J',, pllf,.. 11',
.Pit d cos. 4.1 101
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is Jo it .i4 4,.,.; ii
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. 114
1074,
I. Joseph Live Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH.' Jan. 4. CATTWC Re-
celptn. 2,000 head; market slow; steers,
4.7.VuS.2.1; rows and heifers, H.OOciti.50;
calves. I4..1ia".73.
HtKJS Receipts. 13.000 head: market
steady; top, Iti. 15; bulk of sale, t5.8K(j
6.10.
SIIEKP ANl IAMBS-Receipts. 1,000
head; market slow; lambg, o.(AK(J.2o.
itock la lht.
. Receipt of live stock ut the five
cipul western market yesterday:
came, host
prln
ta.
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do coupon . .
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do eouDoa
11. k. r. 4.
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do cv 4i. aar.
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. 74
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llauk ut r.ajalaual tiateiaieat.
I.ONiiciN. Jan. 4 The weekly stale
ntenl of the tiik of Etikland rhows the
foilowins hanites:
Tcl.il reserve increased 1 SSo.OOt pound;
circuliit i.ii ili--reMnecl l.lnt) poiiiids; bullion
Increased I ,!' " ""ii'l": other necorl
tivk lin.'i'iaiitfd 2,'Jt0 pound; ullier de-
Soul Ii Omaha
St. Joseph ....
Kaunas City
St. l.ouls
Chicivwo
Totals
. B.tVIO
, 2,5t
, 4,1.110
, 4 l'i
9,000
17. '
in.tiio
M.Oi.4)
lU.JVIJlt
2ii.tn.i0
Sheep
RttX)
4.ii0
C.ono
I.")
C.1.0U0
25.S00 90,100 44.209
2SA t HS1! 7 70! H So: Sii
5 7 of S 211 I 1 I 6 ii 6 W
t 95'V 7 77 t 291 6 4ii 4 r)l I 6 OS
I 7 ill 8 211 It 00 4 nil 24
1912. 19U.1910.1909.190S. 1907. 1906
II7V41 I B 24 4 3.1 6 241 S 14
6 00
4
I b to
7 m IE
8 2 8 3-1
7 90 8 3 5 70
4 Sh 0 21
4 4 H 29
4 i 6
5 11
6 07
5 14
n
i
X)
p
71
21
4
t;7
10
9
4
7
4
1
10
DISPOSITION-HEAD.
Cattle. Ho;. Sheep.
Omaha PackltiK Co
Swift nnd Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Sehwattl & Co
Murphy -.
Morrell
W. li. Vtinnant Co
Hill & son
R. t.evl
J. H. Itulla
I.. K. 1Ii.i
Wertheltper & Deneii..
H. F. Hitmllton
Sullivan Bio
I.ee Rothschild
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co...
Cline & Christie
Other buyers
fi.14
9i:l
l.iteo
91
27
92
85
32
6
IM
2X
10
?.!
90
.".
lit',
2,292
4,4:'0
4.0t)ii
4.5W
410
1,011
M0
l.a'Lt
2.770
1.723
. .5,401 M.7S9
709
7.415
Totals
CATTLE Receipts of cattle this morn
ing were unusually heavy for a Thursduy,
2.0 cars lieinif reported in. IhlH is tlio
largest run for a Thursday since the
middle of November. Today's big run
make thu total fur the four days this
week ls.jijl hend, being the largest since
three week ago, and larger than a year
sko by almost 4,0n0 head.
Under the influence of a blc run buy
ers were able to boar the market tn some
extent, the trade opening very slow and
dull. It was well along toward midday
before very many cattle had changed
hands. A compared with yesterday's
earlier market the prices today were fully
loo lower, and in some cases possioiy
more than that. On the other hand, as
compared with yesterday's very mean
close, there wag not no much chanye
noticeable.
Cows and heifer went through the
same experience as beef steers, they, too,
selling lower than yesterday morning, but
not so much dtrferent rrom yesieraaj s
extremely low cloning prices.
There were very few good feeder, and
tho feeling on that class of cattle was
not so much different owing to the fact
Hint there have been very lew nere tins
week. On the other hand, light stoi
rattle were extremelv hard to move,
one being on the lookout for that class of
stock.
Good to choice beef steers. i.75cT8.tj;
fair to good beef steers, lo.ftygtKfi, com
mon to fair beef steers, I4.75&5.75; good
to' cltolce heifers, (4.i5jj.00; good to
choice cowk, 4.25i5.25; fair to good cow,
V1.75(&4.26; common lo fair cows, (2.7iif
8.10; good to choice stocker and feeders,
ttfrtti.ou; fair to good stockers ana feed
er. 14 no, 1. 1 40: common lo lair siocKers
and feeders, (3.0064. Sa; stock heifers, (3.50
4.60; veal cnlve. $3.50-tf7.50; bull, stags
etc., S2.2.1f?f5.25.
Representative sae.s: ,
BEEF STEERS. i
oiik
fio
Railroads Will Haul
Seed Grain Free
SIOCX FALI-ft. S. p.. Jan. 4 (Special.)
Dr. W. (J. Smith, a member of the State
Hoard of Railroad Commissioners, who
has Just returned from Chicago, has
brought tho peiple of that part of the
stale lying west of tlio Missouri river
and of four counties lying east ot the
river a substantial New Year's present In
the form of free freight rates on seed
grain which will be needed for the com
ing season.
The railroads which have consented to
grant free freight rates on seed grain
hauled to those portions ot South Dakota
mentioned are the Chicago, Burlington A
Quiney. the Chicago & Northwestern, the
Fort Pierre & Rapid City, the Chicago
Milwaukee & Puget Sound, the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul and the Minneapo
lis & St. Louis.
The above railways have agreed to haul
to county commissioners In the counties
tributary to their lines west of the Mis
souri river In car lot, free of freight
char-feat, seed grain from Minneapolis and
points on their line In eastern South Da
kota, who will buy and distribute the
seed grain at the price at point ot load
ing, sn that the farmers will get the
benefit of the free, freight.
The counties east of the Missouri river
to which the free rat applies are Faulk,
Edmund, McPherson and Walworth.
No.
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HEIFERS.
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BULLS.
4 25
4 .10
4 4')
4 to
4 7
4 75
4 76
CALVES.
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4 00
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5 50
4 '
STEKRS AND
Persistent Advertising Ik the Road to
Pig Ret urns.
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300
150
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170
HEIFERS.
747 4 S it t 4 tfl
J.1"! 4 7S 14 TJS 4 0
724 4 35 t 0 5 40
snj 4 50 i0 7U4 1 15
t,l 4 ,0 15 1 'v''- 4 40
SI 1 9 4 fa il 10.14 t VI
.737 4 ti It til l-i
u 4 Ml ,1 HKO 4 20
HlOS Incoming stock trains brought
In the heaviest run of hogs at this mar
ket since June 13, something like 17, o)
head showing up. This supply, assuming
the proportions of an old-time glut, fur
nished packers with a very pluusible ar
gument for cheaper cost, especially when
price levels at Chicago continue to show
very small shipping margins. Packers
started out buying at figures about a
nickel lower but the trade quickly Im
proved under the stimulus of a generous,
active demand, becoming steady to even
a nickel higher. Quite a little business
was done at the advance noted lute In
the session, but the extreme close proved
weak and rather dull.
It waa one of the busiest sessions of
the year, buyers frequently waiting to
place bids on loads an- they were deliv
ered from the unloading chute. Prac
tlcaly everything moved Into second
hand before nud.lav. despite the fact
that several big trainloada arrived late
In the morning. Sh'pper and specula
tors bought nparlnglv. providing an out
let for lean than lo per cent ot the total.
Spread bet wen the varlnti weight
showed no chnngea of consequence, lard
hoas selling at or- near the ton with
light bacon and high mixed stuff toward 1
the biKtom of the list. There were onlv
a few bunches of. pigs Included In le- 1
rclpts. little stuff attracting an erratic
demand the same as recently.
The t st heavy averasrea reached M 11. I
identical with yesterdav'a ton. and llahti
svld frvm (3 9 downward. Good butcher j
t to
t to
4 r.s
4 75
4 75
4 tr.
4 (0
4 SO
4 tO
t (III
4 14
4 30
4 35
4 35
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 50
4 50
4 40
4 5t
4 45
4 HO
4 0
4 00
i ki
9 Oi
i 15
4 r.
4 75
4 1 1
4 M
I 00
5 on
4 15
4 20
s ::.
4 55
4 0
4 tfl
4 !)
5 1)0
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4 25
i
7 oo
T on
7 00
T 04
T 50
t 75
7 75
SHEEP Price for sheep and lamhs
were well sustained on a market moder
ately supplied and fnlrlv active. The
estimate called for about t.ino head, early
arrivals tonslMlng largely of fed lambs,
and anything In good killing flesh found
a packing outlet that contrasted agree
ably with yesterday's dull and restricted
Inquiry.
Plumn. corn-fed western lamb sold n
best advantage, bringing an much a (;.:o,
slso yesterday's top. (Sood classes, in
cluding toppy natives, moved at I6.n5 and
les while the short-fed varieties held at
tho usual substantial discounts under
good to choice strings. The range in
values nt r resent amount tn fulv It an
cull frequently dropping below the 15.00
tiiara.
Trade in matured muttons was rather
small and uninteresting, nffcrlnus of
ewes, yearlings and wethers beln the
exception to the rule. Extra good ewes
changed hand at (3.75 and it would take
something made to order In this line to
reach :!.x5, as the local market Is almost
on a parity with the ewe trade farther
east. Wethers are quotable up to 143,1
and the kale of some falrlv good year
ling around 14. (I'M. 90 ndt!4.ed ft 'limit
of (5.25 for something light and choice.
Feederk remained nominal on a market
scantily supplied, not enough business
belne trsnsarted to afford anything like
a fair test of values. YesterdaVs pur
chase on country account was reported
at. les thkn SW head, making a three
days" buy of only 1.4u0 head.
Quotations on sheer) nnd lamhs: T.amb.
good tn choice, to.Si'u 8.20; lamhs. fair 10
good. $"..r,i)f(".8o: yearling, good lo choice,
$4. 90453. 25, yearlings, fair to good I4.61q)
4 90: vethets. good to choice; M. 105 4. 35;
wethers, fair to good. t3.o5'iT4.10; ewe,
good to choice, (3.60-3-3.S5; 'ewea fair to
good. $3.0033.60.
Representative rale:
... , Av. Pr.
! ten itrnii! S3 5 75
lamb 75 f. T.I
lamb, culls 72
lnmhs 72
lambs, cull...;
Iiilnbs 90
ewes p3
ewes pi
ewes pi
l.i nibs 7.t
lambs 77
lambs, cull
lamhs
Iambs, cull
DEMOS WELCOME M'SHANE
New Sheriff Showered with Flowers
and Receives Congratulations.
PIATTI ACTS AS THE SPOKESMAII
Only Democrat Saerennfal at the Re
rent F.lertlnn Takes Office nnd
Ilia Assistants Are Also
at Work.
Democrats mnde the most of their re
cent victory In electing F. J. McSham.
Jr., sheriff of Douglas county by celebrat
ing hi entry upon his duties yesterdav
mornlng. At 8 o'clock, the time set for
McShane's taking office, he sat down at
the desk surrendered by former Sheriff
Kdwln F. Bralley. but the celebration did
not take place until 10 o'clock.
The sheriff's office was crowded Willi
democrats and a few friendly republi
cans when Charles E. Funning called thn
Informal meeting to order. Louis J.
riattl, chairman of the democratic county
central committee made an address in
which he eulogized the new sheriff.
In response Mr. McShane thanked all
the voters, both demcKTatlc and republl-'
can, whose preference ga.'e liltn the of
fice of sheriff. He said it will bo his
constant aim to prove worthy of tho
trust reposed in him and tn so act that
no one who voted for him ever will re
gret having done so and no one who has
said good things about him ever will wlsli
to recall the words.
About a dozen bunches of flowers
roses and carnation were received by
Mr. McShane during the morning. On
was from the county central committee,
another from Mrs. McShane; others from '
individual friends.
Ml.-s Margaret Flanagan, who will bo
stenographer in the sheriff's office durinir;
Mr. McShane administration and who
was stenographer for the democratic
county central committee during the re
cent compalgn, received a handsome,
bunch of roses from tho committee.
All McShane's deputies except Tom Mc
Clcneghan now are at work and several
official duties already haye been per
formed. McCleneghan will continue in
charge of the county farm hospital until
Ed P. Robinson, tho new Incumbent,
takes charge, w hlch will be about
January 15.
15 fed
10 fed
KO fed
.W fed
M fed
101 fed
202 fed
1K2 fed
ITS fed
175 fed
10 fed
1S1 fed
fed
Tt fed
pit fed ewes
21 fed lambs
ewo.4
2 fed
IT fed
100 fed
IM fed
M fed
177 fed
251 fed
llfi fed
H57 fed
2!:S fed
100 fed
4 fed
279 fed
30 fed
ewea'.
ewes
'.anibs ,
lnmhs J
ewca
lambs ......
lambs
lnmhs
lambs
lamhs
lambs
lambs
ewes ,
ewes, culls
(vi
fit
52
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... n
... S2
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... 82
... "li
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...109
...85
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05
3 50
3 50
3 50
6 0.1
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6 10
4 50
3 50
3 50
00
4 25
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0 20
0 20
3 40
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5 OO
5 25
5 HO
5 25
4 25
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3 SO
2 50i
OFFICERS HUNT SENDER
OF FALSE LETTER
LANE HAS RETURNED ,
FROM FAMILY REUNION
Charles J. Lane, general frelnht nsent
of the t'nlon Pacific. Is back from New
1'ork, where he went to spend the holi
days and attend a reunion of tho Lane
family. The Lane family reunion bh
held at Brookton. six miles from Ithaca,
ond was attended by thlity members of
the family, brothers, sisters, uncles and
aunts and cousins and fourth cousins.
The big feature of the family reunion
was the dinner New Year's day. All of
the thirty persons sat at one table, whicli
was graced by two Immense turkeys, ono
at either end.
Do you know that more real danger
lurks in a common cold than In any other
of the minor ailments? The afe way lit
to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, 11,
thoroughly reliable preparation, and rid.
yourself of the cold as quickly as possi
ble. This remedy Is for sale by all
druggists.
BIOL'X FALLS, S. D., Jan. 4. (Special)
It Is reported that the postal author
ities are looking for a practical Joker,
whole home appears to be In the ceded
portion of the Cheyenne River Indian
reservation, and who Is . wanted for
mailing at the Timber Lake postofflce
a letter of an unusual character, which
was mailed to Miss Elisabeth Blackburn,
of Evansville, Ind., and received by her
a . day or two before she became the
wife of C. C. Leve. formerly a resident
of Timber Lake. The letter was as fol
lows: I Bee In the Timber Lake Tribune you
are marrying Jug Lever. Don't do It any
more; he has a squaw and one papoose
out here on the reservation.
JOHN RINO-IN-THE-NOSE.
The letter. It Is understood by the South
Dakota friend ot the groom, caused some
anxious moments for both the groom and
bride, but it all ended well, as the wed
ding took place an arranged. 1
r
DAFFYDIL COSTEST KUIES
J
1. Answers must l addressed to
'Daffydll Editor" of Tne liee, ana react,
The Bee otfice not later than 6 p. m.
Tnursuay ot each week to be considered
tot' prlso aard of that week.
2. Contestants may submit one or more
answen.Mor any or all of the prizes.
3. Winners to be sulected one by each
advertiser on Dalfyuil contest page and
printed in his adverilseinent, whKih wi.l
ulso announce prise for next contest.
4. Each Imfiydill inusi be written on
a separate sued of paper and must des
ignate the advertiser for whom it is in
leuUed. 6. Winning Daffydils will be chosen for
their originality, wtt and humor and
preference will be Bhown those pertaining
lo name or business of the advertiser
ti. Winners must call In iiersun fop
prises at advertiser's placo of business
7. In addition to udvertisers' prizes Th
Bee will award live (1 prizes to the five
next bust Daffydll writers and will print
them, together with all others wortit
publishing 011 DaffydU Contest Page.
Convenience means much
to the business man.
r . . , , .
aituatea wnere it com
mands easy access to
the every part of
' n iliastwttalaasssssa
Omaha's business district
The Bee
uilding
offers the host office locution for the man -who must be
within convenient read) of the main business channels
of the city. It adjoins the city hall, is across street from
U10 ney 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.
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.
Booms 601, 603, 606 A very attractive suite on the sixth floor faring the
court This 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 is 14x16-6 and has vault; 603 is U-xl9, and
605 la 11-9x30. (Space will be rented en suite or separate to please
desirable tinsnt. If you need a large space at a reasonable rental it
will be to your Interest to see this proposition.
Xoom 08 Here Is an exceptionally fine large effice facing Farnam street
and also having a west exposure. The space Is so partitioned as 10
make four rooms, all being well lighted. In addition titers U a vault
In one corner of this roots which has shelving, providing an excellent
place to kee; private papers, records, etc. Think of It 640 square
feet of floor space renting at, per month 959.00
Booms 486-430 The larger room is a corner apace having a north and east
light: size l!x25Vi We will partition to suit. The smaller room.
4!8. has nort 1 light and is 10x19. These rooms will be rented either
singly or together. Ask us to show you these.
The Bee Building Co.,
Be Business Office, 17th end Farnam Sts.
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