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T1TE OMATTA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1002.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Wheat Opens with Adranc, but EeaeU n l
Close Lowsr.
LONG'S ERRATIC ACTION CAUSES SLUMP
Cora aad Provisions Rise aa Small
Receipt, bat Oats Face Good
Cash Demand and Ilf-
Biala tarhanaed.
CHICAOO, Nov. 28. There was a fair
trade In whil today and after n early
advance there was a reaction, and the
close wan weak, December being 34i'S314e
lower and May V-j-V? lower. l ci-mher
torn closed He higher, with oata unchanged.
January provisions closed Iron) 643 7 dc to
124c higher.
Heavy buying; of May wheat during the
first part of the session by the leading longs
and later realizing on earlier put chimes
by the some interest, were the features
In the wheat pit. Good weather In the
northwest, with heavy receipts, together
with lower cables, Induced free selling dur
ing the first hour, but offerings w"re well
taken, a prominent long ad ling considerable
to his already heavy line. Other traders
followed the lead, causing on advance In
prices, but later, on realizing, there was
a sudden drop and the close was near the
bottom. December opened a shade to yt'il
4c lower at 74':vh4"c, advanced to 75,c,
dropped back again to 74Sc. cloning "afivjc
lower at 74V4c. May closed fefilkc lower
at 76c, after ranging between 76'4c and
77 Wic. Clearances of wheat and flour
were eipial to 295,000 bu. Primary receipts
were 2.129,000 bu., compared with 1.H22.UUV a
year ago. Minneapolis and Duluth re
ported receipts for the two days of 2.163
cars, which, with local receipts of 109 cars,
four of contract grade, made total receipts
for the three points of 2,175 cars, .agalnrt
1,074 cars last wek and 1,643 a year ago.
Corn ruled strong the llrst part of the
session. Influenced by higher cables, smaller
receipts and small Argentine shipments,
but the weakness In wheat affected the
market later, causing a considerable de
cline, and It closed with but a slight gain.
December was very erratic, opening ViiWc
higher at MVuSfic and on covering by shorts
advanced to bte. Longs took profits at
the advance and the market dropped back
to 64c. A rally late In the day made the
close He higher at 65c. May closed a shads
higher at 4i,4c, after ranging between itc
and 43c. I -oral receipts were 186 cars,
with seven of contract grade.
Oats were quiet and featureless, with
prices steady, the close on both December
and May being unchanged. A good cash de
mand, together with early strength In other
f rains, were bull factors. December ranged
etween 3lc and 31V, cloning at Sl,tr;UV4c.
May sold between 32$c and 32o and closed
at 32V4c Local receipts were 175 cars.
Provisions were strong the small receipts
of hogs at the yards being the bull factor.
Shorts were uneasy over the outlook and
covered freely. At the same time there
us Increased buying for the long account.
The demand for lard was especially good,
with the nearby futures advancing sharply.
January pork closed 124e higher at 115.85,
January lard was 10c higher i : :.55 and libs
E(M,c higher at $8.20.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
K cars; corn, 380 cars; oats, 200 cars; hogs,
2S.UO0 head.
The leading futures ranged follows:
Artlcle. Open. Hlgh. Xow. Close. Wed.
Wheat
Dec.
May
Torn
Nov.
Dec.
May
Oats
tDeo.
May
Pork
Jan.
May
Lard
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
May
May
74NW4I
75U
744'
16W
7414 7T4,76
76H1
i76HJ'
6'i
66V
6fi
6414
54
42
64
65
42
64
54Vif6
43
I
4218,
31H
31H5 -
SlHinffH1
32-VtJ'Sl
32
15 90
15 00
11 15
10 06
55
8 90
324
S.71
15 72H
14 80
10 62H
9 95
9 45
8 SO
8 15
7 90
15 72V4I
15 70
15 86
16 00
11 25
10 05
9 65
14 86
10 76
10 OR
9 46
S 80
14 62H
10 75
10 00
45
8 80
8 15
8 87V4I
8 1TH
8 Z2
8 02H
8 20
1
7 82
8 024
No. 2. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FIX1UR Market steady: winter patents,
3.&0S3.60; straights, $3.10(83.20; clears. $2.70
t3.1o; spring specials, $4.4O(ij4.20; patents,
$:vmj?,0; straights, 12.90(3.20; bakers,
$2.30(2.75.
WHEAT No. 2 spring. 72744e; No. 8,
KWrfic; No. 2 red, fiufftfoUc.
CORN No. 2, M'c; No. 2 yellow, 65c.
OATS-No. 2, 291-ic; No. 2 white, 3639c;
No. 1 white, 32H&34c. . .
RYE No. 2. 49H0C.
B A RLE Y Good feeding; S5&tec; fair to
choice malting, 4460c.
BEED-No. 1 flax $1.15; No. 1 northwest,
em, $1.20; prime timothy, 13.66; clover, con
tract grade, 110.26.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. $16.75
i 16.874- Lard, per 100 lbs., $ll.O011.25.
Bliort ribs aide (loose), $8 874.124. Dry
salted shoulders (boxedl, $9.S7HS.&0; short
clear sides (boxed), I8.76fo9.00.
Following were the recelnts and shipments
of the principal grains Wednesday:
Recelins. blilpment.
Flour, bbls 22,K 23.600
Wheat, bu 230.400 67,200
Corn, bu 149.7(0 261.600
Oats, bu 212.900 2A6.3O0
Rye. bu 2,700 80.100
Barley, bu 36,900 23,200
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creameries, 18327c:
dairies, 18a-Z3c. Eggs, flrm, loss off, cases
returned, 24c. Cheese, steady, llQlic
SF.W YORK GENERAL MARKET.
(.notations of the Day aa Varlons
Commodities.
NEW YORK. Nov 88 ri nriin...ii.
83.062 bbls.; exports, 24,061 bbls.; fairly ac
tive and steady; winter patents, 83.604j3.90:
winter straights. $3.463.oo; winter extras
t2.8o&3.10; winter low grades. 82.6i4i2.9i);
Minnesota patents. 83.90-U-1.15; Minnesota
bakers, $J.2G4i3.40. Rye flour, dull- fair t
Enod, $.3.Ui)(i;'3.40; choice to fancy, 83.5u(&3.55.
uikwheat flour, quiet, $2.304j2.3i5, spot and
to arrive.
SPRNMI5AJr-?,t"'1y: .yellow western,
11.26; city, $1.22; Brandywlne, $3.40(83.55.
RYE Quiet; No. 2 western, 58Hc, f. o. b..
float; No. 2. R4tMc; track atate, 64(S54Hc,
c I. f., New York.
BARLEY Steady : feeding, 394140c. e. I. f
BT.a.l:. m"J,ln- 4j60c, c. 1. t.. Buffalo.
WHEAT RecelniM. TK k
15.950 bu. Spots easy; No. 1 red, 7ic, ele
vator; No. 2 red. 77Vc. f. o. b., afloat: No. 1
northern Duluth, 8J4c. f. o. b.. afloat; No. 1
hard Manitoba, 84"c, f. o. b.. afloat. Op
tions opened steady and advanced on
vigorous support by the Chicago bull
leader, coupled with reports of rain In Ar-
Riiune anu ugni speculative offerings,
'his continued until thai lu hnu, k.n
Indications of elevator selling weet broke
the whule market severely, and the rlo
was weak at VtSjInC net loss; May, 7915-16
RiSc, closed at fcoc; December, 80Ua80!o.
cloned at fcoc.
CORN Receipts, 73.100 bu.; exports. 86,998
bu. Spot, steady; No. 3. 634c, elevator, and
62c, f. o. b., afloat; No. I yellow, 67c; No. 2
white, 87c. Options advanced at first on
amall receipt, poor grading and the wheat
advance, but eventually eased oft under
realizing and prospective larger receipts,
closing net unchanged. January closed at
63r; May. 47 15-16Hj-48Se. closed at 4Xc; July.i
4S(&N4tiviic. closed at 4674c; December, 6!rt4j
OHc, closed at 690.
OAT3 Receipts, 37.800 bu.j exports, 10.155
bu. 8not, steady; No. 8, 36c; standard
white, ic- No 3. 35Hc; No. t white, 38c; No.
t white, S7Hc; track mixed western, nom
inal; track white, 2(p42c. Options alow and
In the afternoon easier with corn; Decem
ber. 37V'.
HAY Dull; shipping. 65ff70c: good to
Choice, Hfcctill. .
MOl'S Hrm; state, common to choice,
19ii2 crop, r"i3ac; lul crop, 2q28c: olds. 7
ltiVic; lar: coast. 1!KC crop, 2ti6J2c; 1W1
crop, 2?ti2'ic( olds, 74il2V.
H1DK Steady; Uulveston, M to 55 lbs.
16c; California, 21 to 25 lbs., 19c: Texas dry.
84 to 0 lbs.. 14c.
I.EAT1IKR yulet; acid. f4e254c.
FROV1810N-Heef. nominal; family,
15.5it7llto."; mess. $lft.0(Vf, in. 50; beef hsmt
$A)&'(ij 21.00; packet. 814. i 1S.0O; city extra
India mm. $2.a'4j'VS t. Cut meats, firm;
pickled bellies. $10.iMill.75: nlcklert ahmil.
ders, $ 60; pickled hams. $12 004i 12.26. Ijird
firm: western steamed. $11.26; refined, firm;
' continent. $11. 40; South America, $11.75;
compound, $7 f"ft7.76. I'ork. rm: family.
$19 2o; clear. $21 0,4n2J 00; mesa, $18.
TALIAiW yulet; city, 6,c; country, 6itf
'ic.
RICE Firm: domestic, fair to extra, 44
f)6e: Japan. 4&5c.
Bl'TTKR-Rerriptai .15 pkge. ; firm;
state dairy, Sri26o; extra creamery, ac;
common to choice creamery, 2nii'7c.
CHKESK Receipts. 8.SM pkgs.; firm:
fancy large, new state, full cream, colored
and white, Uc for old, l!Sc for new;
fancy large, white and colored, 12(ai3c
for old. 12'c for new.
KGCiS Heielpte. 8.048 pkgs.; steady; state
and Pennsylvania, average beet. 2xj2V.jc;
wentern. poor to tanoy graded. 21ih27c.
POI LTRY Alive: Higher; chlckene. 12c;
turkeya. l!Wc; fowls, 12'Tc Dressed: Firm;
western chickens, 14nl5c; western fowls,
13c, spring turkeys,
METALS Tin experienced a sharp re
covery la London price there, showing an
advance of 1 ls since the closing of laat
IVedjissday, lodaf cioslns belog at
10s for spot and 111 IS for futures. The
local market also Improved, gaining Some
3.:. points and closing 124 "f-.,4X). Copper
w as l lower In Ixnidnu, w here tt closed
at tt li.s for spot snd for futures. The
New Vrk market tor copper was dull and
unchanged. Standard closed at tlfl.pn, nom
inal; lake at til 'i 11.60, casting snd elec
trolytic at f;i.2oftill.tn. I,eaa declined Is Jd
to Alu 12s M In i.ondon, but continued dull
ai:d unchanged here at I4.12H. Spelter was
urn-hanged In London at :i17s6l, but was
weak and lower here, closing at I.V15. Iron
In (llasgow closed at 54 Id and In Mlddles-hr.rou-h
at ols tid. The IochI market re
mains" en'let but steady. Warrsnts con
tinue nominal. No. 1 foundry northern Is
quoted hi $i.ti25.iiO, No. 2 foundry north
ern. No. 1 toundrv southern and No. 1
foundry southern soft at $22.01 023.00.
OMAHA
WliOLKfAI.E
MARKETS.
Condltloa of Trade aad Qnotatloae aa
ftnple and Fancy Frodooe.
EGOi? Candled stock. 22o.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 7c; old roosters,
4c; Urkeys. lljilic; ducks, 8ti9c; geese,
8'o9c; spring chickens, per lb.. 8Vjf'9c.
UHE8ED POULTRY Hens, Joe; young
chl kens Uc; turkeys, 14jloc; ducks and
geese !Trl2c.
BUTTER Packing stock, 165164c; choice
dairy, In tubs, 2)''r2lc; separator, 27ib:28c.
FRESH CAUOHT FISH Trout, 9c; her
ring, 6c; pickerel, 8c; pike, 9c; perch,
6c; buffalo, dressed. 7c; sunttsh, Jc: blustins,
3c; whltetixh, 10c; salmon. 16c; haddock, 11c;
codfish, 12c: redsnapper, 10c; lobsters boiled,
per lb., 8c; lobsters, green, per lb., 2c;
bullheads, loc; catfish, 14c; black bass, 20c;
halibut, 11c.
CORN New, 40c
OATS 32c.
RYE No. 2, 42c.
BKAN-Per ton, $13 50.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Hay Dealers' association: Choice. No.
1 upland, 8.60; No. 1 medium, $8.00; No. 1
course, $7.50. Rye rtrak, $6.00. Thee prices
aie for hay of good color and quality. De
mand, fair; receipts, light.
OYSTERS Standards, per can, 28c; extra
selects, per can, 36c; New York counts, per
can, 42c; bulk, extra selects, per gal., $1.76;
bulk, standards, per gal., $1.30.
VEGETABLES.
NEW CELERY Kalamazoo, per do., 25c;
Utah, per doz., 45c; California, per dos., for
stalks weighing from 1 to l lbs., each,
4Cti inc.
POTATOES New. per bu., 36J40c.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per bb.,
$2.25.
TURNIPS Pet bu.. 30c; Canada ruta
bagas, per lb., lc.
BEETS Per basket. 40c.
CI CUMBERS Hothouse, per dog., $1.50.
WAX BEANS Per bu. box, $3; string
beans, per bu. box, $1.60.
CABBAGE Home gro.n. new, lc.
ONIONS New home grown. In sacks, per
bu., UKiiSoc; hpanlsh, per crate, $1.60.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2.60.
TOMATOES New California, per 4
basket crate, $2.75.
CALIFLOWER California, per crate,
$2.75.
FRUITS
PEARS-Fall varieties, per box. 12; Kle
fers, per bbl., $3.76; Colorado, per box, $2.25.
APPLES Cooking, per bbl., $2.25; eating,
$2.oo; Jonathans, .i.'m; New York stock
$3.26; J'alifornla Bellflowers, bu. box, $1.60.
GRtPES Catawbae, per basket, 18c;
Malagas, per keg, $6.0Mft7.00.
CRANBERRlfciS Wisconsin, per bbl.,
$9.60; Bell and Bugles, $10.60; per box, $3.25.
BANANAS Per bunch, according to size,
$2.0U'Q'2.nO.
LEMONS California fancy, $4.0(X?4.60;
choice, $3.75.
ORANGES Florida Brlghts, $3.75; Cali
fornia Navels, $4.0ui&-4.60.
DATES Persian, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.,
fc: per case of 30-lb. pkgs., $2.25.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. cartons, $1;
Turkish, per 35-lb. box, 14&18c.
GRAPE FRUIT Florida, $9.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HONEY New Utah, per 24-frame case,
$3.75.
CIDER New York, $4.50; per -bbl.. $2.76.
SAUERKRAUT Wisconsin, yer Vs-bbl.,
$2.26; per bbl., $3.75.
HIDES No. 1 green, 7c; No. 8 green, c;
No. 1 salted, 8c; No. 2 salted, 7c; No. 1
veal calf. 8 to 12--4 lbs., 8Hc; No. 2 veal calf,
12 to 15 lbs., 6c; dry hides, 8gl2c; sheep
pelts. 2e4j'75c; horse hides, $1.50U2.60.
POPCORN-Per lb.. 2c; shelled, 4c
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shell, per lb..
15c; hard shell, per lb., 14c; No. 2 soft shell,
per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard shell, per lb., 12c;
Brazils, per lb., 12c; filberts, per lb., 12c;
almonds, soft shell, per lb., 16c; hard shell,
per lb., 15c; pecans, large, per lb., 12Hc;
small, pec lb., 13c; cocoanuts, per dos., 60c;
chestnuts, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb., 5c;
toasted peanuts, per lb., 7c; black walnuts,
per lb., $1; hickory nuts, per bu.. $1.60;
cocoanuts, per 100, $4.
OLD METALS ETC. A. B. Alplrn quotes
the following prices: Iron, country, mixed,
per ton, $11; Iron, stove plate, per ton,- $8;
copper, per lb., 8V4c; brass, heavy, per lb.,
814c; brass, light, per lb., 6Hc; lead, per lb.,
8c; sine, per lb., 2Vc; rubber, per lb., 60.
St. I.oala Grata aad Previsions.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 18. WHEAT Firm; No.
8 red, cash, elevator, 68TA0: track, 70ig7le;
December, 68Vc; May, 74o bid; No. 8 hard.
67(6720.
CORN Steady; No. 8 cash. 46c; track, 46
646tto; December, 44Vc; May, 89HHc.
OATS Higher; No. 2 cash. 31c; track, 81U
32c; Deoember. 31c bid; May, Slc asked;
No. 2 white. 34V4C.
RYR-8trong at 48e.
FLOUR Firm, unchanged; red winter
patents, $3.3043.60: extra fancy and straight.
$3.0041 3. 25; clear. $2.85Cj.2.95.
SEED Timothy, Steady, $2.903.26.
CORNMEAL Steady, $2.40.
BRAN Steady to firm; sacked, east
track. 671c.
HAY Firm; timothy, $10.0014.00; prairie,
$10.00f(1'11.60.
IRON COTTON TIES $1.07.
BAGGING 6 5-16JCT l-lc
HEMP TWINE Be.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing,
standard mess, $17.45. Lard, higher at $11.00.
Dry salt meats (boxed), steady; extra
shorts, $10; clear ribs, $10; short clears,
$10.26. Bacon (boxed), steady; extra shorts,
$11.26; clear ribs, $11.26; short clear, $11.60.
METALS Lead, steady at $4.00. Spelter,
dull at $4.96 asked.
, POULTRY Quiet; chickens, 8c; springs,
8i?j9c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 12c; geese, 8Hc
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 22nj8c:
dairy, 18(jj'22c.
EGGS Higher at 22e. loss off.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 13.000 9,000
Wheat, bu 97,000 104,000
Corn, bu 132.000 ' (1,000
Oats, bu 62,000 85,000
Liverpool Grain and Previsions. .
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 28. WHEAT Spot:
TTIrm . VT 9 rarl wHArM -.1.1 C- -A 1 .
No. 1 northern spring, no stock; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 6s 7Vid. Futures: Steady; Decem
ber. 6s HS4d; March. 6s d; May, s Hd.
CORN Spot: Quiet; American mixed, 6s
(d. Futures: Steady; January, 4s 6Vd;
may, ff Afeu.
FIX3UR St. lxuls fancy winter, quiet,
8s Sd.
HOPS At London (Paclflo coast), firm.
15a7.
PEAS Canadian, steady. 67d.
PROVISIONS Beef, atrong; extra India
mess. ll&s. fork, strong; prime mess, west
urn (tr Hum. ihrtrt ent 1 d n t K
aulet. 65s td. Bacon. Cumberland cut. 26
to 80 lbs., steady. 61a; short ribs. It to
24 lbs., quiet, long clear middles, light,
28 to 34 lbs., quiet, 57s tkl: long clear middles
heavy. 35 to 40 lbs., quiet, 66s 6d; short clear
bncks, 16 to 20 lbs., steady, 66a; clear
bellies, 14 to 16 lbs., quiet, 66s 6d. Shoul
ders, square. 11 to 13 lbs., quiet, &us 6d.
Lard, prime western. In tierces, 60s
American refined, in palls, steady, 60s d.
CHEESE American finest white, fcs;
American nntta cuiurra, d.
TALLOW Firm; prime city, 29s (d; Auj
trallan, in London. S4s 3d. .
Receipts of wheat during the last three
days were 246.0no centals. Including 127.000
American, mere were no receipts of Amer
ican corn.
Kansas City Grain aad Provisions,
KANSAS CITY, Nov. tt, WHEAT De
cember, 6314c; May, U9H; cash. No. I hard,
66c; No. 3, 6.'Hij63ttc; No. 2 red. (Ofttti'tjc;
No. 8, lc.
CORN November, 42Hc: December, 40e;
May, STtiarc; cash. No. 2 mixed, 41V2c;
No. 2 white, 41Vc: No. 3. 8c.
OATS-No. 8 white. 134j33Vac; No. 1 mixed.
RYE No. 8. 44Ac.
HAY Choice timothy, $10.60911.00; prairie,
$9.Miooo.
BUTTER Creamery, 24(6250; dairy, fancy,
ic.
W06-Fresh. He.
Two days:
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu
Oata. bu
Receipts. Shipments,
1W.4U0 43.2K)
117. rt0 78.2)10
20.000 li.OoO
Mllwtske Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 28. WHEAT Mar
ket steady: No. 1 northern. 7S.-ri TiV.c ; No. 3
northern, "SftWVic; No. 3 northern, "iitfli'c ;
uy. i4 a ikc.
RYE eteady; No. 1. 51Hc
BARLEY No. 2. 'c; sample. 454366c.
CORN May, 42T.C.
Dnlnth Grata Market.
DULUTH. Nov. 28. WHEAT No. 1 hard
74,a: No. 8 northern. 71'c: No. 1 northern.
72c; November, TSc; December, 72c; May,
OATS-S2HC
Minneapolis Wheat. Flanr and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 18. WHEAT De
cember. 72Vc: May, 746'74t.c: on track. No.
1 hard, 74Hc; No. 1 northern, Tic; No. 1
northern, 72c.
FLOUR-Flrst patents, $3 86jJ 5; second
patents, t3.70V3); first clears, $2.9og3.00;
second clears, IJamfil!.
BRAN In bulk, $Uuiil2.Z6.
TOLEDO, Nov. 2.-WHEAT-Falrly ac
tive to lower; cash, 78c; December, 78c;
Msy. soc
CORN Dull, higher; December, 44V4c;
May. 43c
OATS Fairly active; December, 82Hc;
May. 33c.
RYE No. I, 62c.
SEED Clover, dull, unchanged; Novem
ber, $680; Janunry, $.87'i; March, 86 87V4;
prime timothy, $1.75; prime alsike, $8.50.
Philadelphia Trodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 28. BUTTER
Steady, fair demand: extra weetern cream
ery, 2)c; extra nearby prints, 30c.
r-UUS Hieaay, fair demand; rresn nearoy,
29c, loss off; fresh western, 28c, loss off;
fresh southwestern, 264j27c, loss off; fresh
southern, 25c, loes off.
CHEESE Unchanged : New York full
creams, prime small, 1.1ft lo-ic; fair to good
small, I2iii3c: prime large, igi3c; lair
to good large, l2Vkii)12c.
Peoria Market.
PEORTA. Nov. 28.-CORN-Steady; new
No. 3, 43Vjc. -
OA l a steady; mo. g wnite, aic.
HEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS.
Prices Close Illahrr In Spite of Unfa
vorable Developments.
NEW YORK. Nov. Jx.-Prlcea of stocks
closed today considerably higher than on
Wednesday, in spite of Some rather un
favorable developments and the continu
ance of some apprehension over monetary
conditions. The advances were attributed
to some extent to the demand from the
short Interests to cover. Inducements to do
this were offered by the bidding up of
prices by an element amongst the traders
which set out to make a campaign against
ths bears. The short Interest wus known
to have been accumulating contracts for
a considerable time and their commitments
were extended on Wednesday on the eve
of the holiday. Today's trading, neverthe
less, was dull, as shown by the total trans
actions, which did not exceed 500,000 shares.
The attendance at the Hoard was small.
many brokers having left the city on
Wednesday evening to stay over the end
of the week.
It was regarded as a favorable Incident
that the day passed without any additional
pronouncement ot hostility on tne part ot
either side to the controversy for control
of Colorado Fuel. The most notable dem
onstration of the day was In Louisville &
Nashville, which was lifted nearly 7 points.
carrying with It Southern Railway and
Illinois central in sympathy, the move
ment was unexplained except on the ground
of comparisons contained In a recent circu
lar of the Investment value of Ixiulsville
as compared with other dividend paying
stocks. The movement in Sugar contained
all the earmarks of a campaign against
the shorts and the urgent demand at the
last carried the price up over 6 points.
Vague rumors of a deal accompanied the
rise in Hocking Valley.
Another center of activity was In the
local transactions. Brooklyn Transit at
this time led the advance. Manhattan was
very active, but fluctuated narrowly and
showed the effects of realizing. Rumors
were again circulated of a combination of
all the local transit facilities, and a share
In their control in the Interest of Pennsyl
vania and New York Central.
The strength of St. Paul was due to the
expectation that the directors would act
on the authority to Issue new stock at
today's meeting. The stock ran off on
the adjournment of the meeting without
action. These various centers of strength
helped the general advance in The market,
which reached a point or more in a long
list of stocks:
The market receded when the call money
rate advanced to 6 per cent In the late
dealings, out rallied again, and closed
steady, under influence of a spurt In Sugar.
rne preliminary estimates foreshadowed
a poor bank statement tomorrow. These
estimates extend only to Wednesday even
ing, owing to tne holiday, up to that tlmo
the banks had lost to the sub-treasury
$3,433,000, Including deposits for transfer to
the interior. Today there was deposited
In addition $500,000 for transfer to San
Francisco and $100,000 for transfer to Chi
cago. The sub-treasury also had a credit
balance at clearing house this morning as
the result of accumulated revenue collec
tions over the holiday. The Interior move
ment of currency ' by express was small
both ways and the receipts here on bal
ance amounted to less than $100,000. New
York exchange at Chicago also recovered
today to 20c discount. Sterling exchange
continued firm, but the retention of the
4 per cent discount rate by the Bank of
England had a favorable effect.
Bonds were dun and irregular. - Total
sales, par value, $1,415,000.
United States 3s registered declined
per cent on the last call.
tne following are the closing prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
Atchison
, t". So. Paclflo
. '4 Bo. Rallvay ,
, '4 do pfd
. Ki'i Texaa A Pacific
.12 Toledo. St L 4W
.16 ' do pfd
. 46 Wheal. A L. E ,
. 83 .Wla. Central
.7 do pfd
ioe lAdama Ex
34
t2
Kte
41
it
do ptd
Bal. Ohio
do eld
Canadian Pacific
Canada So
Chca. A Ohio
Chlcato A Alton....
. 40
. 894
. IS
. Mi
.too
.120
.126
.210
. 6H
. U
. tOYi
. It
. 41
. tt
. to",
. M
. 3H
. at
.213'
.ll'i
.178
. sm
. 174
. 714
. 66
44
.
.lit
. tl
. SI
.lWi
. 64
. tl
.121
. It
. 74
.1214
. 674
. 124
. 77
. U4
. M
. 14
. 624
. 34
. 834
. at
. 21
. tl
. 124
. 654
444
stVt
do old
Chloaso B. Ill
Chlcaso A O. W....
. tftH American Ex.
do lat pra
do id Did
M United Statea Ex...
87 Welle-Farto Ex
823 Amal. Copper
17 A mar. Car A T
, liV do pfd
, M lAmer. Llo. Oil
, lV do pfd ,
, American B. A R...
. 42H. do pfd.
lf9 lAnac. Mining Co....
,144 Brooklyn R. T
Chlcazo A N. W....
Chlcaso Tar. A Tr.
do ptd
C. O. C. A St. L...
Colorado Bo
do lat Bfd
do M Dfd
Til. A Hudnon
Del. U A W
Donrar A R. O
do pfd
Erla
do lit pfd
do 2d pfd
Oraat Nor. pfd
. 39 '4 Colorado Pool A 1.
. i Coaa. Oaa
84 ConC Tobacco pfd..
. 4H Oen. Electric
. ti Hocklns Coal
.1U Inter. Paper
. do pfd
r 2 Inter. Power
.144S National Biscuit ...
. J9- National Lead
. SB No. American ......
Hocainf vaur
do pfd
Illlnola Central
Iowa Central
do pfd
Lake Erla A W
do pfd
L. N
Manhattan L
Met. St. Rj
Men. Central
Wei. National
Minn. A St. L
Mo. Paclflo
do pfd
N. J. Central
N. T. Central
Norfolk A W
do pfd
Ontario A W
Pennaylvanla ..
I1H Pacific Coait
lit Pacific Mall
reopie uai
.1M Preaaed B. Car
.14014. do pfd
. I2H Pullman P. Car
,. 14 Republic Btoal
.loa do pfd
.1044j Buaar
. l4 Tenn. Coal A Iron.
.Hi .Union Bag A Paper.
.164H' do pfd
. 70'.rj. B. Leather
. do pfd
. H T. 8. Rubber
do pfd
. CH V. 8. Steel
Reedlni
do lit pfd...
do Id pfd....
St. L. A 8. P.
do let pfd...
do Id pfd....
t. U S. W...
do pfd
t. Paul
do pfd
. mv do ptd..
IS
W aitem I'nton ...
Amer. Locomotlvs
. tl)
. WW
. n
. 3H
.171",
.1M
do pfd
K. C. Southern ..
do pfd ,
Ro-k laland
do pfd
Kv York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2.-MONEY-On call,
steady, 4$ per cent, closing offered at 3
per cent; time money dull, with sixty days
at per cent, ninety days at per cent and
six months at bV, per cent; prime mercan
tile psper, f4ii per cent.
STERUINU EXCHANGE Firm, with ac
tual business in bankers' bills at $4.8725 for
demand and at $4.R35ora4.S3625 for sixty days;
posted rates. $4.84Wr4.8S; commercial bills.
$4.82-Vfi4 fc3.
SILVER Bar, 4SHc; Mexican dollars.
J04c.
UONDS Government, easier; railroad, Ir
regular. The closing quotations on bonds are as
follows:
U. 8. ref. ta. tg....in4 L. A N. nnl. 4a..
do rodpoa lmi't Max. Central 4a..
do ta, res 1011 do lat Inc
101
71
154
do coupon 101 Mian. A 8t. L. 4e....li)3Vh
do new ta. reg mv, u., K. A T. 4a 1IKM,
saw cvvung ... a - 7j su mm
do old 4a. rag 109 4 N. Y. C. la
do coupon 104 do sea. 14a....
14
..W2
..106
..1KH
..10314
.. 11
. .IO114
.. MS
..114
do ta. rag 103 N. J. C. sen. ta....
do coupon 1014 No. Pacific 4a
Atrhlaon gen. 4a 1014 do ti
do adj. 4a tl4.N. A W. con. 4a...
Bal. A Ohio 4a 11 Reading sen. 4a...,
do 14a t64iHt L A I M c. ta..
do cur. 4a 1M',;-Wt. L. A 8. P. 4..
Canada So. ta loa ,81. L. 8. W. la
Central ot Oa. Ia....l074 do ta
da la lnc 74 VS. A. A A. P. aa...
Chra. A Ohio 44i-. .144' So. Pacific 4a
Chicago A A. 14a... IIS 80. Railway ta ,
C. B. A Q. s. 4i... t44Teiaa A P. la
C, M A St P f. 4a. ..Ill IT.. St. L. w. 4.
C N W e. la. ...114 L'nlon Pacific 4a....
C , R. L A P. 4a....l(U4l do com. 4e ,
C C C A 81 L S- 4s..lult Wabaah la
Chicago Ter. 4a. .... II 1 do ta ,
Colorado Bo. 4a tl do deb. B
Deom A R. O. loi4 Weet Siiora 4a
Erla prior lion 4a... t7a Wheel. A L. E. 4a.
do general 4a 144 Wla. Central 4a....
P. W. A D. C. la... 113 Cos. Totacoo 4a
Hocking Val. 44e....lu4
Offered.
.KK
. M
. 154
. M
. IJ4
.U4
.lt4
. 7
.104
.10f 1,
.11(4
.1071,
. It
.lit
. It
. tt
M4
Baak t'learlaga.
OMAHA, Nov. 28. Bank clearings, $1,S59,.
C1.29; corresponding day last year. $1.4o0.
decrease. $m.436.i.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28.-Clearlngs, $324,17$,-
b; oaiances, (i3,i.t4o.
CHICAGO. Nov. 2S. Clearings. $32,143,954;
balances, $3,177,897; New York exchange,
titt fl l.cmri I f nr.. I m n .irh.n,. im,.).,
sterling pooled at $4 M4 for sixty days and
at M.o4 for demand.
ST. IXU1S. Nov. 28. Clearings, $9,203,091;
balances, $33,72; money, steady, 6'a per
cent; New York exchange, 10c premium.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2T Clearlnas
$J0.d66.Ctt4; balances, $265,S3; money, per
CINCiNNATI. Nov. 23. Clearings, $3,SC8,
8.7; money, tfl per cent; New York ex
change. rr.
change, par.
m in 1 .Nov. ZA. viearings. j.dib.to";
balances, $l,0"f,7!v
BALTIMORE. Nov. . Clearings. $4,073,
$19; balances, $675,; money, per cent.
l.oadoa Stock Market.
LONDON. Nov. . Closing quotations:
Conmla. money ...... t2r4 ' X. v. Central IS74
do acr-ount
al -! Norfolk A w eetern,
72
tl
Anaronde 44
AtchlNon M4
do pfd i,t
Baltimore A Otilo..,101
Canadian Pacific 1314
I'heaaneaka ; Ohio.. 44
Chicago O. W n
C. M. A 81. P ISO
do pfd...
Ontario A Weaiern.. 24
Pennsylvania
to
Kand Mlnea
Heading
dO Kt Pfd
do 2d pfd
Southern Rjr
do pfd
Southern Pacific...
l'nlon Pacific
do pfd
I. 8. Steel
do pfd
Wabaah
do pfd
.. 104
.. 3"4
.. 444
.. M4
.. J34
.. 144
.. 44
..in?H
.. 134
.. 4
.. .'.,
.. 24
.. 434
i-CMeera
lenyer A R. 0....
do pfd
Erie
do lat pfd '.
do id pfd
Illlnola Central
Lnutavllle A Naih
M.. K. A T
2-J4
. 44
. tl'k
. 444
.
. 4si
.147
.!!
RAR SILVER Quiet; 2111-16(1 per ounce.
MONEY 3413 per cent. The rate of
discount In the open market for both short
and three-months' bills Is 3V4 per cent.
Ilostoa Stock Qaotatloas.
BOSTON. Nov.
cent; time loans,
closing of stocks
Oaa la
Mrx. Central 4a
Atchlann
do pfd
Boatnn A Albany
Iloa'on M
Ronton Klerated
Kltchburg pfd
Mcx. Central
American riugar
American T. A T.,..
lnmlnlon 1. A B....
Oen. Elettrlo 1.
Maaa. Klectrlc
do pfd
United Fruit
28. Call loans, 5 per
6rat per cent, official
and bonds:
Amalgamated
774! Bingham
"24 Calumet A Hecla.
H4 Centennial
26t4loppr Range ....
U04'lly Weit
ir.34' mtnnlon Coal ...
14i Franklin
2-4te Koyale
Ill Mohawk
ir!4l'iid Domlnloa ....
614 Oaceola
12S Karrot
, tH
. 264
.446
... It
... 61
... 16
...127
... I
... 114
... 24
... 16
... S
... tl
...100
... 14
...142
... 4
... 24
... 134
... t
... t
... 114
364 uuincy
i4 Santa Fe Copper
1094. Tamarack
United Copper
V. 8. Steel
do Dfd
.4?',
Trinity
. 34
. S3 4
.100
. 114,
t'nlted Btateg
I'tah
Victoria
Wcetli.g. Common
Aaveitturo
Alouea
Winona
14 Wolverine
fx -dividend.
Kerr York Kilning; (tnotatloaa.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. The fnllnwlrur or.
the closing prices on mining stocks:
Adams Con..
. 16
. 23
. "
,. 4
. t
.1011
.16
. 70
. i
Little Chief ..
Ontario
Ophlr
Phoenix
Foloal
savage
Sierra Nevada
Small Hopea ..
.... It
....7M
.... U
.... I
.... II
..... 4
.... la
.... to
....too
Alice
Breeca
brunawlck Con...
Lonutock Tuuuel
ion. Cal. A Va..
horu bilver ,
Iron Silver
Leadvliia Con ,
dtaudard
Foreign Financial.
LONDON, Nov.' 2S. Though the pressure
was lessened money was In active demand
today lor month-end reauirementa. It
scarcity compelled borrowings trom the
liana ot xMigiana 01 tw.vuo.uuo during the
week, with the prospect ot an Increase in
the demand. With the transfer December
1 of the Morgan shipping money, which
was temporarily loaned to the consol mar
ket, the leading anxiety will be regarding
the consol settlement. Discounts. wrM
slightly easier. There was an Indisposition
iu lane mug ireeiy owing to tne uncer
tainty of the outlook. Business on the
Stock exchange was more cheerful and
quiet. Consols hardened. Home rails were
easier. Americana had a better undertone
at the opening, the variations belna lara-elv
nominal, penutng the receipt of New York's
opening prices, wnicn Hardened and closed
firm, foreigners were firm on Parks sup
ports. Kallirs Improved slightly owing to
good support.
PAK18. Nov. 28. Business on the bourse
today was more active. Internationals were
in great favor and advanced. A few reali
zations were readily absorbed. At the
close prices were firm. Spanish 4s, Bra
zilians and Argentines were in particular
demand. Rio tlntos were firmer, indus
trials were Irregular. Kaffirs were strong,
though Inanimate. Three per cent rentes.
9f 3ic. Exchange on London, 2of 144c
BERLIN. Nov. 28. Prices were generally
firmer on the bourse today. Locals and in
ternationals Hardened at nrst, but later
they were generally dull, owina- to the ab
sence of business.
Cotton Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 28. COTTON
Steady; sales, 7,650 bales; ordinary, 611-16c;
good ordinary, 7 3-lttc; low middling, 7Vc;
middling. 8c; good middling. 8 7-16c: mid.
dllng fair. 84c; receipts, 14,944 bales; stock,
3!3,d7 bales. Futures, quiet and steady;
November, 8c, bid; December. 8. (M 8.06c;
January, 8.14ft8.1Sc; February. 8.1tx&8.18c;
March, 8.23fr8.24cr April, 8.258.27c; May,
8.278.ii8c; Jane, 2ft8.31c; July, 8.32 8.34c;
August, o.iuc, oia.
Secretary Heir's' statement of the
world's visible supply of cotton shows a
total vlslblo of a3.JS7.OSO bales, of which
2,818,080 is American. -
NEW YORK., Nov. 28. COTTON Market
opened steady atj&9 points advance, with
some of the more active positions selling
up 1&5 points on as good cables as ex
pected and bad weather conditions In most
states of the south. Following the opening
can me maraei was irregular at within a
range of 6 to 10 points on the more sctlve
months, with tha trading largely of a pro
fessional character. Pending the publica
tion of the bureau report on December S
the entire cotton trade is showlnar caution
and the volume of business is light. To
day's transactions were confined to about
200,000 bales. In the afternoon buying picked
up a nine on me weea-ena ngures, which
were more bullish than expected, with
Secretary Hester making the "In sight"
movement 397.000 bales, against 427,000 last
year, while Superintendent King's figures
make the movement 398,292 bales, against
432.055 last year. A large estimate for re
ceipts at New Orleans for tomorrow, how.
ever, held the upward movement In check
and grew to be a factor In closing the mar-
get at tne lowest ngures or the session.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 28. COTTON Stead v in
1-lSc higher; middling, 81-16c; sales, 572
bales; no receipts nor shipments; stock.
23.4L'l bales
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 28. COTTON Spot in
limited demand, prices steady; American
middling. 4.64d. The sales of the day were
7.000 bales, of which 300 were for specula
tion and export, and Included 6,200 Ameri
can. Receipts were 6,000 bales, Including
4 600 American. Futures opened dull and
closed steady: American middling-, sr. v o .
November, 4.60d; November-December, 4.47d;
ucceiiioci-iiuiiuary, i.ttHfi t.toa ; January-Feb
ruary, a.ana; r eoruary-Marcn, 4.4W1; March
April, .4.45d; April-May, 4.45d; May-June,
4.45d; June-July, 4.45d; July-August, 4.46d.
Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 28. WOOL Quiet, but
strong; medium grades and combing, 159
194c; light fine, 13rl8c; heavy fino, lllglac;
tub washed, 172c.
LONDON, Nov. 28. WOOL The offerings
at the wool auction today numbered 12,859
bales. The demand was brisk. American
inquiry Improved, resulting In - slightly
higher prices, especially for coarse quali
ties. There was a good demand for cross
breds from continental buyers. Victoria
new clip greasy was in good supply and
sold at extreme rates. Cape of Good Hope
and Natal scoureds showed an advance
from the tendency. Merinos were in small
supply and scoureds were in small supply,
the scoureds being taken for France and
the continent. The withdrawals amounted
to 1.500 bales. Following are the sales In
detail: New South Wales, 2,800 bales;
scoureds. 4d(fils 9Vd; greasy, 14d. Vic
toria, 2,300 balfs; scoureds, 6diia id;
greasy, odils 14d. South Australia, 300
bales; greativ, 64d. New Zealand, 6.500
bales; acoiircds, 44d(gls 64d; greasy, 4d(ft
Is V4d. Cape of Good Hope and Natal, 900
bales; scoured. Sd&ls 74d; greasy, 641014d.
BOSTON, Nov. 28. WOOL The Commer
cial Bulletin will say in tomorrow's report
on the wool trade of the United States:
The advance of u per cent on merinos and
1W20 per cent on croas-breds on the Lon
don auction sales which opened last Tues
day has given Increased confidence to
American operators. Holders of all kinds
of wool are very firm and a further ad
vance in values la a certainty. The de
mand is steady and healthy. There has
been no speculation of late, but It la be
lieved that the steady upward tendency
abroad mny lead to speculative operations,
but members of the trade as a rule are
very conservative. The smashup of the
Yorkshire wool combing "trust" in Eng
land was discounted months ago and has
had no effect on the ateady advance caused
by the world's short supply of wool. The
receipts of wool In Boston since January 1,
1:'2. have been 2Mt. 140,187 lbs., against ?.
&2.014 for the same period in 1901. The
Boston shipments to date are 260.341.530 lbs.,
against shipments of 239,455.942 for the same
Serlod In 1SI1. The stock on hand In Boaton
anuary 1. 1902, was 77.340 463 lbs.; the total
stock today Is 113.136 SKI lbs.; the stock on
hand November 30. 1901, was 83.344.697 lbs.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28,-WOOL-Steady.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28.-DRY GOODS
There was only a slight attendance of buy
ers here today and atore trade was poor,
but orders have brought sales up to about
the average. No change In tone or prices.
Print cloths steady. Linen quiet but firm.
Burlaps very scarce In lightweights and
prices advancing.
MANCHESTER, Nov. 28. DRY GOODS
Cloths flrm but not active. Yarns quiet
and steady.
Whisky Market.
CHICAGO, Nov. 28.-WHISKY-Steady at
$1 82.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 28.-WHISKY-8tesdy St
$182.
PEORIA. Nov. 2S.-WHI8KY On the
basis of tl 31 for finished goortei.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 28-WHlSKY-Dlsfll-lers'
finished goods, steady on basis of $1.32.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Desirable. Gradei of Both Tftt Cattle and
Feeder. Bold at Strong Prices.
HOGS STRONG TO A NICKEL HIGHER
Liberal Dessaad for Fat Sheer and
Yearliags at Btroaa- Trices aad Fat
Lanaks Aboat Steady, vrltb Good
Feeders Active aad Stroma;.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 28.
Lectins were:
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
.. t.tioj .Z-'J ld,5c
Official Monday ....
Official Tuesday ...
Official Wednesday
Ofliclul Thursday ...
Official Friday
.. 5.613 8.63
.. 3.34a 9.301
.. Holiday.
.. 8.1o 5.927
3.U90
8,433
14.021
Five days this week.. 18,622
Same days last week 4,29
Same week before 84,334
Same three weeks ago...l,4
Same four weeks ago....2H.r2J
Same days last year 16,371
30,019
38.KO
2a.8
33,940
52.266
41.053
fco4
53,423
I0,SM
$1,963
11,61
The following table shows the average
price of hogs sold on the South Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parisons with former years:
Date. I 1902. 1901.1900.jli8tr.1898.11897.lN96.
Nov. I.,.,
Nov. 2,..,
Nov. I....
.Nov. 4....
Nov. 6...,
Nov. 6....
Nov. 7...,
Nov. I.,.,
Nov. ...,
Nov. 10...
Nov. 11...
Nov. 12...
Nov. 13...
Nov. 14...
Nov. 16..,
Nov. 16...
Nov. 17...
Nov. 18...
Nov. 1...
Nov. 20...
Nov. 21...
Nov. 23...
Nov. 23...
Nov. 24...
fiov. 26...
Nov. 26...
Nov. 27...
Nov. 28...
54741
6 61 j
49 I
6 73
6 82
6 71
4 61 1 4 01
4 6U 4 V4
4 661 4 6
4 64 4 01(
4 C7 4 20
4 71 4 03
4 6 4 l
1 53
Hi,
4e
t 61:
I 29
3 41
I 43
-Si
!-3
$ tl
$ 36
t 31
i 'tl
17
1 13
1 62
71
5 DO
44
a
6 35
6 25
6 10
6 69
$ 061
6 67
8 62
S Ml
I 41 $ 23
74
I 4o
3 47
4 741 4 03
4 02
4(4 I
t 31
3 2;
6 73
3 45
3 32
I 3S
((34
3 27!
3 31
3 32
t 32
t 34
:
e
t 89
t 17
I 21
(
35
a
t It
3 11
t 14
16
12
5 63
I 44
I 41
6 21HI
6 69
4 74 S 94
4 67 3 93
4 82 3 90
4 90 ( 84;
6 9
6 68
3 to
3 851
3 36;
3 351
2&j
I
3 311
8 37
3 44H
3 46
3 38;
6 64
41Vi
irai 81
I 86
I 31
6 U
6 28
6 24
6 26
a
6 15
6 63
6 63
4 78 "!
4 75 3 88!
h 73
6 kl
4 7n 3 8
I 3 15
0 101
1 6&
I
5 76
6 79 1
6 73
4 76i 3 8
4 7H I S3
t 06 3 821
3 27
I 27
3 30
3 24
3 21
3 16
3 24
3 25
6 03H
8 ii
376!
8 73
6 IT.'Vi
ee
6 03
4 87
3 24
3 28!
4 k
4 71
3 20
I 3 32
Indicates Sunday. Holiday.
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
me yeai, 10 aate. and comparisons with
last year:
Cattle ....
Hogs .....
Sheep ....
W2. I'M.
Inc.
Dec.
922,548 752,069
2,015,441 2,118.972
1.576,746 1,251.441
170,479
103,531
The official
number of
of
stock
brought in today by each road was
Roads, Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p. H'ses.
C, M. & St. P. Ry...
Wabash 3
Missouri Paclflo Ry.. 18
Union Pacific system. 17 13
C & N. W. Ry 1 20
F.. E. & M. V. R. R.. 22 22
C, St. P., M. & O.... 3 4
B. & M. Ry 30 6
C, B. & Q. Ry 8 4
C, R. I. & P., east.. 12 4
C, R. L & P., west.. 4 I
35
13
63
Total recelnts 117
.84
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs.
She'p.
532
8,608
1,852
1,139
umana pacKing to
Swift and Company
Armour & Co
('udahy Packing Co
Cudahy Pack. Co., K. C.
Armour & Co., Sioux City
Armour & Co., country...
Vansant & Co
Carey ic Benton
William Underwood
Livingstone & Shaller....
Wolf A Murnan
B. F. Hobblck
Other buyers
Dennis & Co
363
853
642
352
493
858
931
1,615
1.237
1.262
1,170
33
158
144
110
117
79
t72
9
8,617
Totals 8,524 6,903 11,918
CATTLE There was a fairly liberal sup
ply of cattle here today for a Friday, con
sidering that yesterday was a holiday. The
demand, though, was In good shape, so that
prices ruled strong on all desirable grades
of killers and tradfng was quite active from
start to finish.
. There were only a few bunches of corn fed
steers on Sale and packers took hold more
freely than they have of late, and the
market could safely be quoted steady to
strong as compared with Wednesday.
There was nothing in the yards that showed
much quality, so that a test of the market
on that class of cornfeds was not made.
The cow trade was also active and strong.
Canners continued to sell to good advan
tage, and sales were made all the way from
strong to a dime higher. Grass cows of
good quality were also in good demand
at strong to a dime higher prices. The
cornfed cows, however, continued to sell
very unevenly snd In most cases were no
more than steady. Packers seem to prefer
the grassers to the short fed corn cattle,
and unless the latter are choice they bring
but little more than grassers.
Bulls, veal calves and stags sold freely
at fully steady prices.
The extremely low prices at which Block
ers and feeders were offered on Wednesday
enabled speculators to clean up the big
bulk ot the stock. As a result there was
quite a demand this morning for fresh sup
piles, and as receipts were limited the mar
ket ruled active end a little stronger for
anything at all desirable. Common cattle
did not show any Improvement.
There were very few western beef steers
on sale, but the market could safely be
quoted fully steady. Range cows were In
active demand and the market was strong
to a dime higher. Range Blockers and
feeders also sold freely at stronger prices
where the quality was satisfactory, but
where the quality was interior the move
ment was slow at no more than
prices. Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
teady
No. At,
1 10
1 tfiO
fl.... tut
12 113
7 1015
41 1181
tt 1261
. Pr. No. At. Pr.
t SO 11 Iiu 4 30
t 00 II 1315 4 ID
t 16 1 1310 4 Ml
4 08 it met 4 as
4 15 41 1171 4 tO
4 16 11 list I 00
4 6 tt .....1343 6 00
COWS.
I 1 5 1 11M t M
t 60 t 114 I II
t 00 t4 171 t U
I IS 1 1040 I 0
t tt T Mi IM
t 16 1 llao I tO
t to 1 1110 I to
t ib t tm 1 to
I 35 tl to4 t tO
t tt 1 470 t 00
t 36 1 777 t M
I 35 1 1150 t 00
1 t 40 t im 1 00
I 50 tl 104 I 10
t 60 1 1210 I ot
t 50 t 71 I Ot
1 t 50 tl 101! t 05
t 1 1180 I 10
I to tt lu5 t II
I t to 1 1430 t It
t 45 I not 8 tO
1 t It 1 1110 I 30
I 46 I 0 I 30
1 t 75 t 1030 t 10
t 75 T 1011 I 40
t 75 1 1077 t 40
I t tt 6 1144 t tl
1 t to
HEIFERS.
t 36 1 TM 111
t tt , 1 464 1 75
1 60 1 M I tt
BULLS.
' t 16 1 It t 50
I tS 1 1400 t II
1 1 So
LERS AND FEEDERS.
I to 17 U M
t 75 t 741 I 00
1 t 76 I Hi IW
I 00 t M0 t Ot
COWS AND HEIFER.
: I M t t 464 t II
CALVES.
1 60 1 164 6 Tl
1 St
t tS4
1 M0
1 11&0
1 7M
1 1100
1 t
4 450
ic ;
1 I4S
1 7
I S0
1 1100
It "1
It tit
4 Hi
1 tftt
It tot
1 1075
4 1021
I t4t
1 1030
t lt
1 11 JO
1 t5
1 lv0
t tt
1 t0
... tot
... t0
... -'
... tut
...It It
...1181
...1010
71 I 00
, IT!
lit
,110 t o
STOCK
CALVES.
8
1 cow....
4 cows...
2 cows...
1 cow....
1 cow....
$ cows...
1 cow....
12 cows..
IU 1 W 1
364 I IS
NEBRASKA
1 90
49 feeders.. 1081
1 feeder.. .1060
15 feeders.. 1171
2 feeders.. 1090
7 cows..... 976
3 cows 1115
- 1 cow 1070
$ 45
3 46
3 00
$ 00
3 60
3 35
3 60
3 10
3 10
$ 60
3 00
3 75
3 70
4 10
3 65
3 65
4 16
4 60
2 85
3 76
2
3 90
3 60
3 26
3 80
$ 30
3 30
$ 86
tee
..10hS
..1010
.. 790
.. 740
..nao
.. s
1 0
1 90
1 75
$ 85
1 90
3 90
3 60
8 00
1 86
.1044
14 cows lUf2
1 cow 13i)
1 cow lie"
23 cows.
.1078
16 cows
1 bull..
1025 .8 85
9 cows..
U bulls..
4 steers.
1 bull...
4 steers.
1 steer..
1 steer..
1 steer..
.. 915
..1278
.. 710
..12)10
.. 1(6
..160
..Kin)
..12S0
..liS
..I00O
.. SK)
.1210 3 00
33 cows 1'"
1 bull 1490
13 cows KM
17 steers.... 103
2 steers.... 9i6
1 steer 1060
4 steers.. ..1162
1 steer 1120
I 50
t 26
1 70
3 66
$ 30
$ 75
4 15
3 60
3 46
2 26
3 steers...,
1 cow ,
1 cow
6 cows.....
6 heifers...
1 bull..,
6 bulls.
1 calf..,
1 calf...
1195
...10
... 131
1000
4.16
50
6 00
1 00
... 390
1 heifer....
COLORADO.
10 cows. . .
16 cows...
25 cows..,
It cows..
..1019
3 0
32 steers..
96
81
.. 99
..10i9
... 8t
2 35
3 76
3 M
$ 06
$ 00
I 40
113 feeders
90 feeders.. 678
38 cows au6
10 cows 9H4
1 feeders.. 756
32 feeders.. Sol
steers ... 84?
4 feeders.. 17
117 feeders, tm 3 35
12 bulls 1319 3 20
I feeders.. 830 8 33
J. Cox 8. D.
41 steers ..
1 steer. ...
6 feeders.
1134 4 00 4 rows (77
Hon 3 25 6 steers.. ..11S3
478 3 25
J II. Baxter Colo.
, 707 3 ?0 22 heifers... 846
3 75
3 25
17 feeders.
3 50
$ 80
8 feeders.. 760 3 00 14 feeders.. 7K3
J. Morley Colo.
22 steers....! IPO 3 5o
R. E. Huddleton 8. D.
9 steer... ..ima 4 00 10 cows 1W
1 steer 930 4 Oo 2 bulls 1190
J R. Miller-Mont.
45 cows 807 2 25
3 25
3 40
J.
S. Ball Mont.
1 1 35 6 steers.
3 on 8 cows..
3 40
23 feeders.. l
878
770
1 90
2 35
42 feeders., Mi."
28 feeders.. 763
C.
W. Farker-Neb.
S heifers... 494 2 40
8 cows..,
.IrtCO
. 83
i 75
3 26
3 00
3 60
1 bull...
8 corn s. .
1 cow...
6 cows..
1 bull...
1 steer..
91 3 00 3 cows...
Allen Elijah Mont.
, K77 8 35 1 cow...,
1070 2 75 1 cow...,
9M0
860
875 8 60
.1510 3 15 7 steers.... 9M 3 65
1410 3 66 1 steer 1260 8 65
H. D. Cable Neb.
C cows
1 cow
12 cows
49 cows
l 75 1 feeder... 870 $ 60
90 1 75 1 feeder... 1000 3 05
758 1 75 3 cows 646 3 50
942 3 25
HOGS There was rather a light run of
lsags here today, and the market improved
a little. Trading started out on a basis
of about a 2'ic advance and sales were
made all the way from strong to a nickel
higher. The bulk of the sales went from
$6.00 to $6.05. Trading was fairly active
and aa offerings were moderate It was not
long before the bulk was disposed of. The
late arrivals sold fully as well as the earlier
sales, but there wss no quotable change
from start to finish. Today's Improvement
carries the average above the $6.00 mark
once more, and almost back to where It was
on Tuesday. Representative sales:
No. At. 8n. Pr. Ko. At. 8h. Pr.
14 17 ... I 60 II MO 320 t 0!4.
41 121 ... 1 0 66 277 4(1 4 0?',
lt 116 480 I 10 - 43 2.M 120 I 0ta
46 ' ... K 66 274 144 4 01',
64, 2l 280 100 tl 2SI M 4 021,
44 ISO Hit t 00 64 22 400 t tll't
16 237 ... t0 43 344 tot IC'i
17 280 240 t 00 f4........2l 10 4 021,
13 233 l.-O I 00 71 2t 160 t 02'
to 311 40 t 00 66 214 120 t O:1
111 101 ... t 66 1! 21 60 t K',
44 2t 140 t 00 It 20 230 t 02't
4 2r. SO t 00 16 291 2"0 t 02,
67 211 tne t 00 tt 300 2O0 t K'i
21 3f! to t 00 71 204 40 t l!' ,
42 2.1a 40 t 00 75 207 ... 4 0.",
44. .i 314 320 4 00 ?2 220 140 t 02
71 244 140 4 024) 64 247 120 4 024,
40. ...... .213 40 t02, 47 317 US t 06
CI. ..V.. ..246 120 I 0214 75 144 160 t 06
14 2K4 40 t IK1, 45 2&1 ISO 4 05
to 2a 40 I 02S 4t 311 40 4 05
77 2.10 HI I 02', 61 311 SO t 06
tt 2'.7 M 4 HJ'-t 43 2S 120 t 06
64 224 140 I 024 44 255 to t 05
tl 311 40 t 03'; 13 242 120 t Ot
6t 290 too t 02', 66 326 240 t 05
4 294 120 I 024 40 2.1t 40 I 06
67 301 ... t 02' 40 !7t 10 t 06
70 24t 60 t 0214, 46 295 ... I 05
64 291 30 I O.'-fc 74 1t ... t 05
65 2T.1 140 t 024 71 243 140 t 05
61 296 1 20 t 02', 63 294 140 t 05
6t 269 too 102', 6 321 ... t 05
61 277 tO t 024 64 301 140 4 06
67 254 40 I 02'
SHEEP There was an active rlemAnrl for
both fat sheep and feeders this morning, so
that the 8,000 head on sale were soon dis
posed of. Packers all seemed to be quite
anxious for desirable grades of sheep, and
the market could be quoted a little stronger.
A bunch of fed western yearlings sold as
high as $3.95, which was pronounced a good,
strong price. The market on paper does
not look particularly high for the reason
that the quality of the offerings as a whole
was not choice.
The demand for lambs did not seem to
be quite as heavy ss for sheep, but still
prices held Just sbout stesdy.
There were quite a few feeder buyers on
hand and the desirable grades of both sheep
and lambs sold readily at steady to strong
prices. The common kinds were neglected
the eame as usual, and were no more than
steady.
Quotations for grsssers: Good to choice
yearlings. $3.5g3.5; fair to good, $3.25'S3.50;
good to choice wethers, $3.25g3.50; fair to
food wethers, $3.0O3.26; choice ewes, $3.00(9
26; fair to good ewes, $2.252.76; good to
choice lambs, $4.50(4.75; fair to good lambs,
$4.00(84.60; feeder wethers, $2.7503.15; feeder
yearlings, $2.9(Krj3.2S; feeder lambs, $3.00(9
4.00; cull lambs, $1.5Ofj2.00; feeder ewes,
$2.5003.00. Good fed stock sells about 25c
higher than choice grassers. Representa
tive sales:
No.
246 native ewes
221 fed western yearlings ,
1 native lamb ,
9 native lambs
20 cull ewes ,
47 Montana wethers
108 western ewes ,
319 Montana wethers
64 native ewes
292 western wethers
7 western wethers
209 western lambs.
138 western fed lambs
40 western lambs
86 native lambs
4 Wyoming cull ewes
8 Wyoming cull ewes
10 Wyoming cull ewes
74 Wyoming cull ewes ,
100 Wyoming cull ewes ,
386 Wyming cull feeder lambs
7 Wyming ewes ,
603 Wyoming feeder wethers...
396 Wyoming feeder lambs....
300 fed western ewes
718 Wyoming feeder lambs....
359 Wyoming feeder lambs....
59 lambs and yearlings
462 lambs and yearlings
77 Wyoming ewes
818 Wyoming wethers
1424 Wyoming lambs
600 Wyoming lambs
Av.
.106
.93
. 100
. 81
. 96
. 99
. 100
. 99
. 117
. 13
. 86
.. 63
. 72
. 72
. 79
. 75
. 90
. 93
. 78
. 101
. 40
. 81
. 84
. 49
. 107
. 61
. 61
. 76
. 82
. 102
. 107
. 61
. 61
Pr.
3 35
3 95
4 00
4 00
1 75
3 00
3 00
3 50
3 60
3 75
3 76
8 90
4 25
4 DO
4 50
1 25
1 65
1 65
1 75
2 00
2 25
1 25
2 65
2 85
3 00
? 50
3 50
8 60
3 60
3 25
3 65
8 60
8 76
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Are Steady, Hoars Active aad
Sheer) aad Lambs Higher.
CHICAGO. Nov. 28. CATTLE Receipts,
11,500 heod; market steady to 15c lower;
good to prime steers, $6.O07.40; poor to
medium. $3.0OSi6.0O; stockers and feeders,
$2.O04.76; cows. $1.4O(fi5.00; heifers, $2.00
6.00; canners. $1.4Oi2.50; bulls, t2.OOM.50;
calves, $3. 604)6. 76; Texas fed steers, $3.00
4.25: western steers, $3.50(fJ4.75.
HOGS Receipts, 28,000 head; estimated
tomorrow, 18,000; left over, 3,600; market
active to 6c higher; mixed and butchers,
$5.85fj4j.25; good to choice heavy, $6.2Krf4;.424;
rough heavy, $57Oi6.10; light, $5.65(66.10;
bulk of sales, $5.95rj6.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18.000
head; market 10ffl5c higher; good to choice
wethers, $3.75?i4.25; fair to choice mixed.
$2.50fi3.75; western sheep, $2.7593.85; native
lambs, $3.75$i6.70; western lambs, $3.765.00.
Ofllclal Wednesday:
Receipts. Shipments.
Cattle 12.645 4.627
Hogs 36,057 4,3.11
Sheep 21.655 9,839
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 333 head: active; steers. 25(fr30c
higher; bulls and cows, firm to 26c higher;
steers, $4.7016.60; oxen, $3.70; bulls, $J.75g
3.90; cows, $1.254.00. Cables quoted Amer
ican live cattle lower at U'(frl4'4c per lb.;
iambs, 13414c, drettsed weight; refrigerator
beef, lie per lb.; shipments tomorrow, esti
mated. 1,255 head cattle, 1,092 head sheep
and 6.150 quarters ot beef.
CALVES Receipts. 288 hesd: steady;
veals, $5.0069.00; grassers, $3.00a3.50; west
erns, $2.90; city dressed veals, liVa 13Vc per
jb.
HOGS Receipts, 8,776 head; firm; stats,.
$6.35; mixed western, nominal.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14,436
head; sheep, lower; lambs, dull and 35&50c
lower; 16 cars of stock unsold; sheep, $2.25
3.50; few choice, $3.75; culls, $2; lambs, $4 .50
ti6.60; choice, $5.65; Canada lambs, $5.00(0)
26; culls. $5.50.
St. Loals I.lve Stack Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 28. CATTLE Receipts,
t.OOO head, including 4.000 Texans; market
steady, slow; native shipping and export
steers, $5.00fi6.20, with fancy worth up to $7;
dressed beef snd butcher steers. $4.25Cn5.50;
steers under 1.000 lbs., $3.75Cg6.O0; Blockers
snd feeders, $2.75(fj4.10; cows and heifers.
$J.2frS5.00; canners. $1.50(W2.40; bulls. $2.4rty
$.25; Calves, $4.0u37.25; Texas and Indian
sl-ers, $2.704.75; cows and heifers, $2.o0
3.30.
HOGS Receipts, 6.000 head; steady: pigs
snd lights. $5.85416.00; packers, to.96ijiS.20;
butchers, $6.10476 35.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 600 head;
market steady; native muttons. $.1.fvi3 !5;
lambs. $4.3(i5.40: culls and bucks, $2 00'fl.OO;
stockers, $1.603
Kaaiai City live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6.6u0 natives, 600 Texans and 100 na
tive calves: corn cattle active, strong; na
tive and range cows ateady; stockers and
feeders very slow, market glutted; choice
export and dressed beef steers. $6. 604? 6. 25;
fair to good, 13 1516.46; stockers and feed
ers. $:.6Vi5.45; Texas and Indian steers, $2 75
t4.00; Texas cows, $2.1o3.15; native cowa.
$1.364j4.26; native heifers. $2.0003.00; canners,
$1.0ofi2.25; bulls, $1.75ii3.00; calves, $8545.9o.
HOGS Receipts, 9.0u head; market weak
to 6c lower; pigs 10c lower In some ranea;
top. $6 16; bulk of sales. $6.0trfi6 10; heavy,
Ifi6 15; mixed packers. t5 9.'i6 10: light,
$6.9ifi 06; tvorkers, $6.6)6 06; pigs, $o.25(uj.60.
BHEKP AND LAMHS Receipts, 6.5'JO
head; market firm: stockers weak: native
lambs, $3.6ti6.20; western lambs, $3.0015 16:
fed ewes, $3.0u3.7o; native wethers. $3.0Oij)
4 uo; western wethers, $3.0OU3.ia; stockers
and feeders, $1.90j3.2o.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.eu3 head; natives. $3.604 50: cows
and heifers, $3.vv4t.M; bulls and slags, $XM
tJlf; veals, $2 06O0; stockers Snd feed
era. $2 601i4.65.
HfKl!-Kecelpt, .o2 head; medium and
heavy. $sKti. 124; pigs, $J.75590; bulk of.
sales, $R 'rimn 1171,.
SIIEKP AND ItAMHS-Recelpts. S.43
head; native lambs. $5 40; top native ewes,
$3. ,5,
Bloas City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITT, Ta.. Nov. 2S.-(Speclal Tsle
rn - CATTLri - Receipts, fno head;
steady; beeves. $4 60.no; cows, bulls and
mixed, $2 2.ii4.ii0; stockers and feeders, $.'...
64 50; yearlings and calves, $2 50yi 00
HH18-Kecctpts, 3. 5c0 head; strong to 5c.
higher, selling at $5.756.10; bulk. ViVit
Stork In Sight.
The following were the receipts of live
stock at the six principal cities vesterday:
8.107
6.9::7
1 1.O'.n
Chicago
Kansas City
St. Louis
Ft. Joseph ,
Sioux City
.11.600
. 6.500
. 6 0"0
. 2.6"!
. 200
2.s.iior
9.0"0
6.0"0
6.0"2
3,6(10
1S.IKK)
6.500
5"0
3.4:3
Totals..
.27,909 66.429 40.449
WEARE COMMISSION CO.
Omaha Branch 110.111 Board at Trade,
Telephone 1514).
CHICAGO, Nov. S8. Wheat was up a
fraction early on large buying by Armour,
but lost all of Its advance on selling by
the same Interest lRter In the session
through commission houses. The buying
was done openly, and It Is sjpposed that
It amounted to about 2.000.000 bushels. The
difference between December and May wid
ened to 2 cents. Cables were rather Indif
ferent to our rally Wednesday Paris Ho
lower, Liverpool unchanged to Hd lower.
Northwest receipts 2.066 cars, against 1.467
cars last year. At primary points 2,199,0n0
bushels, against 1,922.000 a year ago, nut
these receipts being for two days the com
parison Is rather uncertain. Clearances for
the day, 295,000 bushels; for the week, 4.180,
0K bushels, against 5.115.000 last year. Ar
gentine shipments. 168,ooo bunhels. New
York reports 15 loads for export; Duluth
says i5o,io bushels sold for shipment. The
Price Current and Modern Miller say the
complaints of Hessian fly 'are numerous
but rather unimportant. Ixcal receipts
108 cars, with 4 cars of contract Estimates
for tomorrow, 85 cars.
Corn was decidedly strong early for both
cash and futjres, with receipts small for
two days. Canh was up Kulc and the fu
tures SW2c higher. Both December and
January were the feature for a while and
advanced easily on small offerings. There
was buying of May credited to both Ar
mour and the south went. Most of the ad
vance was lost, however. In svmpathv with
wheat and on the giving out that the cash
corn market was lower. Receipts, 185 cars,
with 7 cars of contract. Estimates for to
morrow, 3S0 cars. Argentine shipments only
252,000 bushels. Primary receipts, 688.O11O
bushels for two days. Clearances, 104,000
bushels. New York reports 8 loads ex
ported. Price Current says corn Is drying
slowly.
OATS Cash have been strong and there
Is some anxiety apparently to get ship
ments before December 6. when Insurance
Is advanced. Cash oats were up Vjrglc; De
cember and May were Vic higher early, but
most of this was lost on local profit-taking.
Local receipts, 175 cars, with 27 contract;
estimates for tomorrow, 200 cars. Clear
ances, 40.000 bushels. New York reports
100,000 bushels sold for export.
PROVISIONS Market opened strong snd
sold up fractionally on buying by local and
outside trade. The strength did not hold,
market selling off on large offerings. Cash
demand limited. There were 31.000 hogs
here. Prices at the yards 60 higher. Es
timates for Saturday, 28,000 . Hogs In the
west today. 74.000, against 72,000 last week
and 116,000 last year.
WEARE COMMISSION COMPANY.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.-COFFEE-Spot
Klo, quiet; No. 7 Invoice, Sc. Mild, quiet;
Cordova, 74ftl2c. Market opened steady, 6
10 points higher, following steady Euro
pean cable advices, continued light primary
receipts and on moderate local covering
and Investment demand. Still later there
was a further advance of 5 points gen
erally, based on scarcity of offerings, a
good character of commission house buying
and bull demand for late months. The lat
ter element liquidated December; spot
houses bought. Europe sent buvlng orders
here. The market at the close was steady
at 6(315 points higher on sales of 40,500 bags.
December sold at 4.60ri4.60c; January, 4.651
4.75c; February, 4.80dj4.85c; March, 4.9iXft5c;
May, 6.10c; July, 5.25c; September, 6.35c;
October, 6.45c.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. EVAPORATED
APPLES Continue easy as a result of the
free offerings, with the largo grades espe
cially weak; common are quoted at $4.60f
5.00; prime, $5.255.60; choice, $6.006.3j;
fancy, $8.757.50.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Spot
prunes are strong under a good demand
and the larger alses continue In scant sup
ply. Prices "ange from 3V4c to 7Hc for all
grades. Apricots are steady, though in
moderate demand at the old prlcett, uelng
quoted In boxes at 7Vril2c and in hags at
7C10c. Peaches are steady and unchanged
at 1218c for peeled and 6!jJl0c for un
peeled, OH and Koaln.
OIL CITY, Nov. 28.-OIL Credit bal
ances, $1.42, certificates, no sales; ship
ments, 158,3:9 bbls.; average, 88.097 bbls.;
runs, 207,70a bbls.; average, 78,497 bbls.
SAVANNAH, Nov. 28. -OIL Turpentine,
firm. 61c. Rosin, firm; A. B, C, D. $1.40: E.
$1.45; F. $1.50; G, $1.60; H, $1.80; I, $2.50; K,
$2 56; M. $3; N, $3.60; WG, $3.75; WW, $4.15.
TOLEDO, Nov. 28. OH; Unchanged.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2S. Ol L Cottonseed,
quiet. Petroleum, firm. Turpentine, steady.
Roeln, steady.
LONDON. Nov. 28. OIL Calcutta lin
seed, spot, 43s 6d. Linseed, 23s 3d.
LIVERPOOL Nov. 28. Oil, Turpentine
spirits, steady, 39s 6d. Petroleum, refined,
6d.
Sagrar and Molasses.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 2R.-8UOAR-AC-tlve
and flrm; open kettle 2(fi(3 3-lc; open
kettle centrifugal, centrifugal
white, 37c4 i-i6c; yellow, 3 7-16W I l-16c;
seconds, 2'Oi3 5-16c. Molasses, firm; open
kettle, 18(&-35c; centrifugal, 9fa23c. Syrup, 20
'"SEW YORK, Nov. 28. SUGAR Raw,
firm; refining, 3e; centrifugal. 96 test, 3V.-;
molasses sugar, 3Sc; refined, tlr'm. Molasses
ntAy-
IIINIXJM, J40V. .-BUUAn-nrei,
vember, 8s.
Wants to List Mortgage.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2S. The Tennessee
Coal. Iron and Railroad company has ap
plied to the New York exchange to list
$4,437,000 general mortage 6 per cent bonds
duo In 19"1.
I,:nt Declared I'netfnstltntlonat.
ST. PAUL. Nov. 28. The supreme court
today, by upholding a decision of the Ram
sey county probate court, declared the in
heritance tax law to be unconstitutional.
Hollne Plow Works Increases Capital.
SPRINGFIELD. III., Nov. 28. The Molina
Plcw works of Moline today certified to th
secretary of state an increase In capital
stock from $2,4oo,ooo to $3,2O0.Ou0.
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