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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 10(C).
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bnlli lid Upward Tendtncj by Largs
WHEAT OrTIONJ CONSIDERABLY HIGHER
Cora a Trifle Better and Oata Wry
gtrona; Vilnnenfiolls Rays Wktit
la the ollinl-Mol.
tare Ilarta Cora.
OMAHA. Nrn. 2, 19e.
Wheat ii steady today sn4 closed,
higher. The lowest sale of Mny was at
Wednesday' closing figure, while In the
early hours December Bold C below
Wednesday. The tendency of both months
waa npward and the advance was aided by
lane purchases on the part of the bull
lenders. May waa c blither at the end.
December rinsed at fcltjwc, May at 9uc
and July at snSc
Corn ora-ned niglier, but sold off during
the early part of the aeaalon. A later re
action brought It up at the close to a
II. tie above yesterday. December closed at
4S7V(jr-6 old December at 4wo, May at
44'c and July at 46Ve.
Oats were strong from the start. De
cember closed at 3m4'&30ic, May at 32c
and Jiilv at SI "41 31V".
Primary wheat receipts were 1.090.000
bushels, and shipment 293.000 bushels
gainst receipts last year of 1.029,000 bushels 9H bu; spot firm; No. 2 red, 9T.V elevator;
nd shipments of WX.n bushels. Primary I No. 2 red, 96e f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 North
corn recelnts were 406.000 bushels sml shin- , ern Duluth, K0o f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
ments M6.000 bushels, against receipts last .
year of 218.0O0 bushels and shipments of
220,000 bushels. Clearances were 82,000 bush
els of corn. ISO.OuQ bushels of oats. 198.000
bushels of wheat and 3.000 barrel of flour.
Liverpool closed d lower on wheat and
id lower on corn.
Huylng of hard winter wheat at Kansas
City by Minneapolis millers ha been re
sumed. The purchases shortly after winter
wheat harvest were very large, but were
discontinued after the new spring wheat
began to move. Minneapolis wheat stock
have tncrensed only 100,000 bushels In the
last four days. A year ago there waa an
Increase for the corresponding week of
1.&O.0U0 bushels. Kansas City reported the
sale of loa.OuO bushels cash wheat to go to
Minneapolis yesterday, 50,000 buthels to go
to Chicago and lO.Otf) bushel to ao to Texas
The Price Current, out today, soys:
"Wheat crop In western section bettered
by recent moisture; elsewhere It Is almost
uniformly very promising. Recent mois
ture Is somewhat of a drawback to corn.
It caused some Injury to grain in the shock
. and hindrance to husking and marketing.
"The milling situation last week was not
highly satisfactory to either rollers or buy
ers," aay the Northwestern Miller. "There
was a moderately good bualneas during the
early days, but later, with, the advance of
wheat prices, the greater part of the buy
Ing trade withdrew from the market, show
Ing a disposition to await a break. An ad
vance In flour prices has restricted for
ward business In the Importing market
of the United Kingdom."
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 2 car, 8214c; 1 car
82o ; No. I hard, 2 cars. 82c; 1 car, 81c; 1
car 80c; 1 car, 79c; 1 oar, 79c; 2 cars, 78a;
1 car, 78 Vic; 2 car, 77c; No. 4 hard, 1 car,
BARLEY No. t, 1 car, 8Sc.
Omaha Casta Prices.
WHKAT-No. 2 hard. 82tSS2c; No. 3 hard,
T7ti81e; No. 4 hard, 7tic; No. 2 spring, 78
jflTH'y; No. 8 spring, 78c.
CORN No. 8, 48c; No. 3 yellow, 47c; No.
3 white. 4814c.
OATS No. 2 mixed, 27c; No. 2 white, 28c;
No. 4 white, 27(27o.
RYE No. 2, 67c; No. 8, 64c.
BARLEY For feed, 36c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
CHICAGO GRAIN A8D PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Trading; and Closing;
Prior on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 2. Renewed rioting In
Russia caused a strong finish today In the
wheat market here. At the close the prlou
of wheat for May delivery waa up c. De
cember corn shows a gain of aj'e. Oats
are up tc. Provision ars practically
Influenced by the Jotttlnuad serious con
dition of affairs In Russia, the wheat mar
ket opened flrrr The' May option was Up
iHe at KTVtiBoc, December was a shade
to s.iiic higher at KMitfkVu. Commission
houses were active buyers. Many long
who sold out yesterday reinstated their
, lines early In the session. Decreased re
ceipts in the northweat helped to stimulate
demand. Offerings, notwithstanding be
came decidedly liberal and the market do
veloped considerable weakness. May de
cllned to 89Vfji9c, while December sold off
to 88c. Belling credited to a leading bull
started the decline. Sentiment, however.
soon changed and the market again became
strong. Additional advices were received
telling of fresh disorders In Russia. This
was the main reason for the restoration of
strength. Some firmness, however, resulted
from the bullishness of domestic news.
The price of rash wheat at all the leading
grain- centers of the United States waa
higher and demand from millers wa re
ported active. Export demand also wa
more animated. During the last hour
shorts were active buyers. Several prom
inent longs added to their lines. For May
me nignesi point o I Me aay was reached
at 90'a!Wc. Oeeemlxr advanced to KWWc
The market closed strong, with May at
oSc Final quotations on December were
at SSV.i&fcDHc. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to 221.500 bushels. Primary
receipts were 1.WW.0U0 bushels, compared
with 1.029.000 bushels a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts or cars, against (Set cars last week
u a cars a year ago.
tar a slight decline early orf selling by
Oarnmlsslnr, house the corn market be
came nrm and closed at about the highest
point of the day. The easier tone at the
start was due mainly to a decline at Liv
erpool. The market derived some strength
from a report made by a crop Journal of
v lncinmm. i n report claimed that con
siderable corn In shock had been damaged
by recent rains. Another bullish factor was
an Improvement In export demand. De
cember opened unchanged to 4uc. sold be-
i "u toyt nu w: auu ciosei at SO'kMSttO,
may ranged between 46c and 46e and
closed at 4VC. Local receipts were lhS
cars, with 11 of contract grade.
A surprisingly large I no ease In country
acceptances had a bearish effect on tle
oaia market early In the session, bu
prices yielded only a trifle to selling t
tributed to this cause. Her the market
became firm on active demand from bull
wu-r. in ana exHri demand wa
lairiy active, rue market closed Arm. with
prices at the hlichest nolnt of the duv l
ceniber opened unchanged to He higher
mi .anii4.uc. eoni oei ween r.to and Hj.ic
and closed at the highest point. May
ranged between S'ific and 32o and
ciosea at sjc. Local . receipts were 237
V 1 .
Provisions were firm after slight weak
liens early In the duv. Helllnir ..f ......
products by a local packer accounted for
the ea.ler lone at the start. An advance
V ".' Price tI live nogs stimulated
... .... , lIt. -t---((iii. At ine close
January pork wis up 2Vi5c at $12.5ml 62W
Lard and ribs wre each a shsd- higher at
M eTl 24 and M R2U r..nl -i. 1
Estimated receipts for tomorrow;' Wheat
1 OreaT' W Cr"; 0a, 251 Car,; ho"
Board of Trade will be closed Tuesday.
November 7. election day. -.
The leading future- ranged a follow:
Artlcles.l Open. High. I Low. Close. Yea'y.
' Ri he
1 I I I I
'ssj,fi8- 89i gx; 89 88V4
MVi1 86-T.i 85 86i4l ifcij
K 46S1 4.'.
46, Ii1,, 4f,
46 ! 4H4 4Sll.
4t auH' 4&S
;s:',m' ai.-, 24t.iJ' s:Sl
! 31 i SIS' 31 .JIVlV
I . . I
13 62V1 12 b2t 12 47i
6 7a I
' 6 62H1'
6 75 I
t 7b I
No. 2 0d tNew.
Cash quotations ranged as follows:
FlAl'H-Sledv; winter patents. $3
4 20. iralghtn. $3 66114 00; spring patents.
$4tO4:o: straights. $3o(8to. Ixtkers, $2.20
WHEAT No. 2 sprit.g, o390c; No. 2.
81 feist-: No 2 r,-d. WStilW'.
CORN-No. 2. sHBinlc; No. 2 yellow, &3W9
OATS-No. t Jt"iio'c; No. 2 white. 219
r.V; No. 2 white 2SSi'31c.
RYE-No. t 721 ?:,.-.
BARLEY C.nd feeding. 2ai3V: fair to
ch,l-e nisltlng 43ro."uc.
PKOVIikiNi- Ui (Hii k. per bbl., $14 i)
4il2. li d per liv lb , $7 u6'a 10. Short
ribea sides (loose), 87 l?'yB7.S. Short clear
sides iboxed), t;i2Ml" 26.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 9.1c; No. 1 northwest
ern, tl on. Prime timothy. 13.3). Clover, con
tract arade, 3.U.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of (lour and train:
Flour, bbls 42.700 3.nnn
Wheat, bu lM.n 8.100
Corn, bu 1KJ.2O0 64.600
Oats, bu eS.I'O 4O2.ro0
Rye. bu J0,20 B.f)
Parley. bu 164.000 71.900
On the Produce exchange today the butter
market waa easier; creameries, 17fi22c;
dairies. 175b20c. Eggs, steady; at murk,
cases Included. ISO: firsts, 21c; prime firsts,
23c; extras, 25c. Cheese, firm, 12."13c.t
ItEW YORK (iBSERAL MARKET
of the Dar on
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. FIjOUR Receipts,
2422 bbls ; exports. 2.375 bbls.; market quiet
and (airly steady; Minnesota j-alents, 14 OOlf
4 30; Minnesota bakers, $.1 .66ej 4.00; winter
patents. 34.2&4M .66; winter straights, 14 00',
l 4 In; winter extras, I2.WS3.35; winter low
grades, 22.7IKi3.30. Rye flour, firm; fair to
good. I4.Q4 10; choice to fancy, 24.16'a4.60.
Puck wheat flour, firm; spot and to arrive,
BUCK WHEAT Firm; delivered In New
CORNMEAL Steady: fltve white and yel
low, ll.2V1.30; coarse, $1,164(1.18; kiln dried,
13 lf.fi J 26.
RYE Steady; No. 2 western, 76c, C. I. f.,
BARLEY-rSteady; feeding, 42c, c. I. f..
New York; malting. 6lc.
w it ea r Keceipts, 90,000 bu ; exports. 31,-
Northern Manitoba, ,o f. o.
b. afloat. An
early advance in wheat due to better cabl.m
than expected was eucceeded by reactions
under large primary receipts, room selling,
and better Argentina .weather news. Itter
there wa a sharp recovery m prospects
for small Argentina shipments, disturbing
riussian news, and bull support, the market
losing net nigner; May, aa M(fgtvc,
losed Wc; December. fic, closed 95o.
CORN Receipts, 25.475 bu: spot market
sjeady; No. 2, 62c elevator and 61c f. o. b.
afloat; No. 2 yellow, tHc; No. 2 white.
Option market develoied a severe de
cline In December, owing to liquidation and
arger arrivals, but rallied alter midday.
with wheat, and closed Vc higher to Tc net
lower. January, &4m3Mo, closed ft4'";
May. blTitr624R. closed 62c: December.
bvulle, closed 56Vic.
OATS Receipts. 82,300 bu: spot market
firm; mixed oat, 2etiM lbs., 35c; natural
wnite. lbs.. wti37Wc: cIlDDed white.
yat lbs., 37&3c.
rhtiv-nrm: spring bran. 817.00: prompt
shipment; middling, 116.75, prompt ship
ment; city, $17. 00523.00.
HAT Steady: spring. 60fi65Vtc: good to
chok-e. 77-0 diHc.
HOPS steady; state, common to choice.
Ii6, 17T22c; 1904, 16200; old. SlOc; Pa
clflo coast, 1906, 1213c; 1904, HiJlBc; olds,
HIDES uulet; oalveston. 20 to 25 lbs..
20c: California. 21 to 25 lb.. 19c: Texas.
dry ,24 to 80 lbs., 18Hc.
lkathek r irm; acid. zwifZiC.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family. I11.R0
C12.60; mess, $9.5Oi&10.CiO; beef hams, $2100
fa 22.60: packet. 810 60i 11.00: city extra India
mess, $17. 603 18.50. Cut meats, steady: pickled
bellies, 88.76tji'10.60; pickled shoulders. $6.50
dH.OO; pickled hams, $9.25fr'.75. Lard, steady;
western steamed, ti.w; retined, steady; con
tinent, $766; South America, $7.86; com
pound, $7.45. Pork, quiet; family, $17.50i
18.00; short clear, $14.0016.26; mess, $16.00.
TALLOW Steady; c iv (12 per Dksr.l. 4Uc:
cotintry (pkgs. freef, 4Vg47ic.
rile-nrm; aomestio, rair to extra, 314
6c: Jspan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm: street price, extra
creamery, 23ig23Hc Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, l&ti23c.
EQUS Strong; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 36c; state,
choice, 8033o; state, mixed extra, 28c;
western fine selected, 27c; western average
best. 2M?26c: Kentucky. 2023e.
CHKKSB Strong; state, full cream, small
colored and white, September fancy, lJVic;
state, October, choice, I3ytc; state, fair to
POULTRY Alive, quiet; western chick
ens, 10c; fowls, lie; turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
weak: western chickens, 1U-; turkeys. Wit
2oc; fowls, 9fc!lc.
Koasas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 2,-WHEAT-Mar-
ket higher; December, 80c; Mny, 82Hc; ensh.
NO. 2 Hard, SZ'HMc: NO. 3. 79(U824c; No. 4,
77itf7o4o: rejected, 75c; No. i red, JOWlo;
Nil. I. iwsaoic; jno. 4, W'fl(f(c.
CORN Steady to lower; December, 41'ic;
JIIai 9 xiiw j.i. n. ( . K'
2, 46(&464c; No. i white, 47c; No. 3. 46(iJ47c.
OATS Steady; jno. 2 white, zViB3lc; rsn.
HAY-Steady; . choice timothy. $10.5031
11.00; choice prairie, xjuixnv.uu.
RYE Steady; 67-AiC.
EGGS Firm: Missouri and Kansas new
No. 2. whltewood cases Included, 2t'c: case
count. 18Hc; cases returned, He less.
HUTThn nrm ; creamery. 20ic; pack
The range of prlcea pa;d In Kansas Clt
reported by the Edwards-Wood coin-
pany, 110-111 Board or Trade building, was:
Artlclesl Open. I High. I Low. Close. Yes y.
Wheat I I
Deo.... 79HfV 80 79V 794 79U
May... 81,&- 2H Sl 81,
Dec... 41 -S 41H 41 41 41 ,
May... 41S 414 41 4141 41,
Dec... 29V, 294 29 il 29V4
May... 30 Sun, 30 o, auv.
May... 12 60 12 60 12 65 12 55
-' Jan.... 12 42 12 42 12 36 12 46 12 40
May... 8 92 6 2 6 87 6 90 6 92
Jan.... 6 76 I 6 75 6 72 6 75 6 77
St. Lonla Qeneral Market.
8T. LOI1B. Nov. 2. WHEAT Higher;
No. 2 red. cash, elevator. 89Vo 92Sc : track.
93'4'&4V4c; December. 86V6,c; May, 8Vko;
No. 2 hard. SVu.
CORN Futures higher; cash firm: No. 2
cash, 60c; track, 60c for new, 51u61'4c for
old; December, 434c; May, 44fo44,c.
OATS Stoady; No. 2, cash, 3oc; track,
30i)31c; December, aOc; May, 3Hfc31V;
No. 2 white. 8IV4C
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents. $4 20
ft 4. 36; extra fancy and straight, $3.704.16;
SEED Timothy, steady. $2.503.00.
CORN MEAL Steady, $2.60.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track.
HAY Firm; timothy, $8.00S14 00; prairie.
IKON COTTON TIES $1.00.
B A GO I N O k'je.
HEMP TWINE 9c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing. $14.75.
Lard, lower; prime steam, $6.80. Dry suit
meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, $7 75
asked; clear ribs, $8; short clears, $8 25.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts, $8.50;
clear ribs, $.75; short clear, $9.
POCLTRY Dull; chickens, 8c; springs,
fcVuc; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 10c; geese,
BUTTER Steady; creamery, ltj'24o;
dulry. 1 Mi 21c.
fciGGS Higher at 19Vp. case count.
Flour, bbls lo.ooo I3,i0
Wheat, bu 65.000 46.ii0
Corn, bu 62.onO 29.oii)
Oats, bu 51.000 bV.viM
Minneapolis Ursla Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 8 FI-Ol'R First
ratenta, $5 1Mi6 28: second patents, U 9b'a
06; first clears, $3.7Mj3.(x; second clears.
$2 462. 53.
KHAN-in DUIK, I1I.0V. '
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery . The range of prices, as reported
bv the Klward-Wood Grain company, 110
111 Board of Trade building, wus:
Articles! Open. I High. I Low. I Close.l Yes y.
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. 87c; No 1 northern. 87c; to arrive,
c; No. 2 northern. 84V: o arrive, 84c;
No. 8. C'o4c; No, 1 durum. 771c; No. J
durum. 75Wl7Hjc. 4'orn: No. 3 yellow,
64Vac; No. 8. b3c. Oats: No. 8 white, 2hc;
No. 8, 27 V,c. Barley, 37(4hc. Rye, 6e''
7c. flu, 8S'v.
I.lverpoel Food Storks.
IJVERPOOL, Nov. 2-WHEAT-Spot,
firm; No. 2 red, western winter, ns 7d. Fu
tures, quiet; December, 7slSd; March,
7s lVtd; May. Ts Sd.
. CORN-Spot, steady; American mixed,
6a 2VI- Futures, quiet; January, 4sfS'i.
III.. Nov. 1-4'OHN-
Inew No. $ yellow. 47c; No. 8. 6cc: new No.
1 8, 47c; No. 4, 4sc; new No. 4. 4c, ruaw, no
)ATS Steady: No. $ white. JOtStc;
No. t white. rj2VV-
Toledo Meed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 2 -HEKDS-Clover, cash,
88.10; lwnnWr. 8.- 15; January, vi, Febru
ary, 8 26. March. 8x 27. I'liine alslke, 3.t;
prime llmuthy, 11 5i.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Ii Astir tnd Higher
Greater Put of 8nion.
BIDDING FOR READING STARTS PANIC
shorts Raa Price If to IM
Movement ladaee Slants;
la Prices of Other
NEW YORK, Nov. 2 Today's stock mar
ket, after active trading throughout the
session, was subjected to a shock In the late
afternoon when a bear panic developed In
Reading and that stock was rushed up to
135. This movement Induced a slump In
prices elsewhere but when Reading yield
ed to below 132 the general market rallied.
The closing, however, wa Irregular and
The market was gathering strength In the
afternoon when the violent advance In
Reading set in on a paroxysm of buying
lota of many thousand shares. The feeling
of panic amongst uncovered bears was a
clear enough motive for this movement and
the fear of losses to bo Involved induced a
general throwing over of stocks In other
directions. Gains were pretty generally
wiped out In a few minutes and a number
of important losses established. The move
ments In the market were for specialties
and a scrutiny of the whole Hat dlsclosps
the general movement In the general lend
ers was narrow There were some stocks
In this class that moved upward during the
day. but they were greatly outnumbered by
the similar movements In the Industrial list.
The upward movement wa not simultane
ous, but was effected by a transition from
one stock or group of stocks to another.
some item or news agreeable to the move
ment being brought forward In each case
to account for It.
The reopening of the foreign stock mar
kets after yesterday's holiday showed some
renewed depression on account of the con
tinued disorders and troublesome outlook
In Russia. There was a sharp reaction n
the price of Russian bonds and Iond in
was an active seller of stocks In this mar
ket during the early dealings. This reac
tionary Influence waa contested from the
outset by the sudden upward movements
In Individual stocks. This was only partly
successful In overcoming the general heavi
ness or ine margei so long as order con
tinued to be received In the market from
foreign markets. After the hour when
trading abroad wa over the market here
made better general progress upward. The
coalers continued to hold the conspicuous
!"" i"w imuioa which unu iiiBiiilKuisueil
iiiein ur av iikik iinie paai. 1 lie supposed
new factor today in the awakened demand
for them wa the reported opinion of the
head of the mine workers that a strike of
coal miners was unlikely for the coming
spring. The stimulation thus given lifted
Reading to A new high level and was of In
fluence In awakening Erie from a partly
dormant position. Pennsylvania wa af
fected by the same Influence, coupled with
the extraordinary activity reported In the
Iron and steel trade. The group of Smelt
ing and Metal stocks continued to be In
fluenced by the rumors of an Intended
Time money continued very firm In this
market and foreign exchange recovered
from yesterday's reaction. The Bank of
England made a very weak return with Its
proportion of reserve to liability down to
the extraordinary low proportion of 38 50
per cent. Open market discbunts hardened
In London, call money rose sharply, and
sterling exchange at Paris declined a frac
tion. New Orleans took another $400,000
from here by transfer through the sub
treasury. Some of the southern and south
western systems reported decreases in net
earnings for September, some of them
showing decreases in gross earning with
an Increase In operating expenses to mag
nify the effect of net earnings.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, $3 325.000. I'nlted States 2s declined
Si per cent on call.
Quotations on the New Tork Stock ex
change ranged as follows:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amal. Copper......... 82.800 86
Amer. Car & F 11,800 K
do pfd 100 lol
Amer. Cotton Oil 4,100 S3
do pfd " ..
Amer. Hide & L. pfd fi"0 32
Amer. Ice Securities. 800 21
Amer. Unseed OH
do pfd .:
Amer. Locomotive... 62,200 73H
do pfd 800 117
Amer. Smelting A R. R6 6110 1424'
.....T 12. 400 12.S, 126
Amer.. Sugar Ref...
4.500 143'4 14U4 1414
Amer. Toh. pfd cert 2.6o0 102i 102
Anaconda Mining Co. 1.100 1204 119
Atchison 6,100 8S 834
Atlantic Const Line. 2.400 1624 im
i is. 4k t.
i.fu n.f 11.'
100 97 97
Brooklyn R. T
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & A
Chicago Gt. Western
C. & N. W
C. M. & St. P
Chicago T. & T
1,400 2154 2U4
1,600 2:3V4 2214
13,100 181 17HZ
C, C. C. & St. L. ...
Colo. Fuel & I
Colo. A Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Del. & Hudson..
Del.. I & W
D. & R. a
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
2,300 144 1S4
1"0 14V4 144
300 344 34
K. C. Southern
L. & N
Met. 8t. Ry
Minn. St. L
M . St. P 8. Ste. M.
M . K. A T
4,100 1894 187
0 1654 166 tV5
3.1i 7SV. 774 78U
18,300 12m, 119 121
4.4.0 2- 23 24
2"0 81 80 80
0 13t 138 138
60O 163 163 163
2,701) lHk, IKIU lKIt
W.20O 37V 36 36,
2.700 72 71 71
24,700 53 51 62
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd ,
.". x . entrai
N. Y.. Ont. A W...
Norfolk A W
P.. C C. A St. L. .
Pressed 8teel Cur..
do pfd.. ex-dlv...
Pullman P. C
14.400 15274 1504 1514
3,Wt DO 04 M
1,800 K0'4 86 86
1.400 49 4X 4K
86.300 146 146 46Vs
1,700 104 lo4S4 104
. 6,400 53
. 1,100 100
. 1.200 94
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
. 30, HO
lol 99 99V4
26 36 26
96 Ik'v. -,4
80 29 29
734 73 73
Si 88 S11V4
66 66 66
24 23 28
704 694 70
864 364 36V,
99 99 9914
94 93 934,
364 84 84
Rock Island Co
St. L. A S. F. 2d pfd
St. L. 8. W
80. Pacific ,
Tenn. Coal A I...'.....
Texas A Paclflc
Tol . St. L. A W
IT. S. Express
C 8. Realty
l 8. Rublier
54, 0 1834
do 1st pfd
V. 8. Steel
Va. Curo. Chemical.
W. A 1-ake Kris
81W -44 204U
2.1tl 45 il
o V6 iot'4
l.iSBi li ,1
Total aales for the day. 1,800.706 shares.
Bank ( learlaas.
OMAHA. Nov. 2-Hunk clearings for to.
day were $1 iJ.631 69 and for the corre
sponding date last year tl.4Cr2.644.78
Bank of Frnaee statement.
PARIS Nov. 2. The weekly statement of
the Bank uf France allows the following
charges: Notes In circulation. Increased
Hl.nfin.niof ; treasury deposits. Increased
e.Rm.Oiaif ; general deposits. Increased l.KS.
omf; gold In hand, decreased 18.125.001 ; bills
discounted. Increased I.LMU.OHf.
Se York Money Market.
NF.W YORK, Nov. 2. MONET On call.
Arm at 41i5 per cent: closing bid. 4S pef
cent; offered, 4 per cent. Time money,
firm; 60 and to days and 8 months, 4Ut
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER per
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm ; closed
steady, with actual business in bankers'
bills at $4 (sWOtj.MWS for demand and at
$4 82904 8295 for 6o-dav bills; posted rates,
4.s44(i4 874; commercial bills. $4.h2sM.82.
SILVER Bar. 2c; Mexican dollar. 48c.
BONDS Government, easy; raUroad,
( losing quotations on bonds were as fol
V. 8. rf. 2. rt... 10Vt japan .. M aerlM... MS
do coupon 102 in 4v. rtta '
V. . la. tt N1 ao 11 arl
do coupon L. A N. sal. 4a 10H
I, g. old 4o. rog....l04 Manhattan (. 4a...liK
to coapoa f Mc. central 4a ftlt
f. a. now 4a, ro....lH do 1st ln H
do coupon 1US Minn A St L 4s M
Am. Tobacco 4s K M , g A T. 4s 1"?S
do a Hi do la "S
Atrhlsnn " 4a ltH N. ft. R. o( M I. M
do adj. 4 M N. T. r. g. Ita
Atlantic r. L. a 1"1H N. J '. fa i4t
Bal. A Ohio 4 1C3V4 Ha. Pacific 4s IWH
do IHa f.-S do I Tti
Brk R. T. e. U, N. A W. . 4a WIS
Ctntral of Ua. ....ll(-iO 8. L. rfd 4a.... tTH
do lit Inc M Pens. conT. Itt 1"-S
do Id Inc It Readmit rn. 4a. 1"'
do d Inc 74', St. L. A 1. M. c. Rn .1111
rhea. A Ohio 4mt...lfiH St. b. A S f. t 4a. H
Chicago A A. IWa... J St. U s. W. c 4a... :
('., H. A Q n. 10J, Seaboard A. u. 4a
r.. R. I. A P. 4a oy, an. ParlBo 4a
do col. 5a :l do lt 4a ctfa...
f'CC. A Bt. L. (. 4a..l0.i' So. Railway ta...
lot Ind. 5a, aerlaa A 74't Telaa A P. la
do aartca n
7.11, T , St. b. A W. 4a.. M4
Colorado Mid 4a
li t;nlon Paclflc 4a IM
t'nlo. A 8. 4a.
.. H do conv. 4a.
P. A K O 4a.....
lMitlllcra' Sec. Ba.
Erla prior lion 4s.
dn gen. 4a
Hording Val. 4V.
..1W'i r. 8. Steal Id 6a.
..10114 Wahaali la
.. II 'a dn deb. R ,
..1014 Wartcrn Md. 4a..
.. J'a W A L,. B 4...,
..IllVWIa. Central 4a...
Boston Storka and Bonds.
BOSTON, Nov. 2. -Call loans. ScyfiH per
cent; time loans. 4V4'ac per cent, limciai
quotations on stocks and bonds were as
Atchlaon adj. 4a 14 lAllnuot
do 4a 1l24 Amalfamated .
Mai. (antral 4a 74 American Cine
Atchlaon a8a AtlaMIc
do pld 01Va Rlnsham
Ronton A Albany H1 fa I. A llacla..
Boaton A Main 174H (Vntennlal
Pn-don Klevated CnoDer Ranto ...
i MF',h.bur Pi.' I4 H'.'ImTnn rn.i'
n y "N il . a H.'.:im Frmkiin ?.. "..
Union PacISc 13J (Iranby
, Amar. Arse. C
Amar. Arse. Cheni.
1SU lei Rorale
Amer Pneu. Tuba..
Amar. T. A T
Dominion I. A 8...
Cdlflon Elee. Tllu...
General Electric ...
United Shoe Mach..
V. 8. Steel
W'eetlng. common .
. II Maaa. Mining ..
. 1 Michigan
.11 Mont. C. It C.
.13 Old Dominion ..
. 4Z4 Oeceole,
. 314 Qnlhcr
Ill 1 Tamarack ....
. If Trinity
. II United Copper .
. 4IS, tl. S. Mining...
.107 H tl. 8. Oil
. 74 It'tah
. 81 I Winona
. 15 North Butts ....
London Closing- Stocks.
LONDON, Nov. 2. Closing quotations on
ine block exchange were as follows:
Conaola money ... II a-tt V. Y. Central 166t
do account V Norfolk A W
Anaconda IV do pfd M4
Atchlaon N Ontario A W S4
do pfd 107 I Pennsylvania 74 '4
m 11 1 mora a Ohio Rand Mlnaa 1
Canadian Pacific HI iReadlng M
Chea. A Ohio
... 5T do let pfd 41
... 224 do Id pfd l
. ..1S'V4 Southern Railway ... 17
... 17! do pfd 1M
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. A Bt. P...
DeBeera . . ',
Deavcr A ft. Q...
do lat pfd ..
de td prd
Louisville A Naah
... HS'a Southern Pacific 72
... Union Pacific 117
. .. dn pfd
... il'-a.l'. 8. Steal I
...71 do pfd lol
...113 Wabash J2H
...lMVil do pfd 49
St., K. AT
. M'fc Spanlah 4a M
SILVER Bar. quiet. 28 15-16d per ounce.
MMBV-8Wii4 per cent.
The rate of discount in the oner! market
for short bills is 4MVii per cent; for three
monua bins, 4 per cent.
New York Mining Stacks.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. Closing quotation
on mining stocks. were a follows;
A dama Con .-. .
Breoce . . . ,
Brut.awlck Con . .,
Con. Cal. A Va...
31). l,ltllc Chief
. ii. Ophlr
41 Phoenix ....
Small Hopaa .
Lead I lie Con ...
IiONDON, Nov. 2. Money waa In good
demand in tne market today, owing to re
payments to the Bank of England. The
anticipated ease of money was delayed
Discounts were slightly firmer. Trading
on tne Stock exchange opened hesltatinKly,
dealers finding difficulty In gauging the
Kusslan situation. The tone improved
somewhat later and a fair amount of busi
ness was transacted. The market was re
lieved by the statement that a new Japa
nese loan has not yet been decided upon.
Consols were dull on the firmness of money,
recovered a portion of their decline and
closed easier. Home rails were strong,
stimulated by the latest earnings. Ameri
cans opened firm, relapsed to lielow parity
and rallied to well above parity. The
movements were Irregular. Prices closed
Arm. but below the best quotations of the
day. Erie. Missouri Pacific and United
States Steel were the features. Foreigners
were weak, especially Russians. Japanese
were steady. Japanese Imperial 6s of 1904
were quoted at 101.
PARIS, Nov. 2. Prices on the Bourse
todav opened weak, but at the close trad
ing waa active upon a report that the St.
Petersburg strikers Will resume work at
midday tomorrow. Russian imperlul 4s
were quoted at 91.96 and Russian bonds of
1904 at 60O.
BERLIN, Nov. 2. Trading on the Bourse
today was quiet, the market not having
recovered from the Russian uncertainties.
Bank of Enatlanal Statement.
LONPON. Nov. 2. The weekly statement
of the Rank of England shows the follow
ing changes: Total reserve decreased 715,
000, circulation Increased 301,000. bullion
decreased 413.785. other securities lncrenaed
x.1. 006.001), other deposits increased 164,000,
public deposits Increased 310.000, notes re
serve decreased 774.000 nnd government
securities iiicreuxeu ai.utjo. The propor
tion of the bunk's reserve to Jtablllty this
week Is 38.60 per cent as compared with
40.17 per cent last week.
Bank of Germany Statement.
BERLIN. Nov. 2 The weekly statement
of the Rank of Germany shows the follow
Ing changes: Cash in hand decreased 4o,
240.000111, treasury notes decreased 740,000m
other securities Increased 73.9xo,0OOtn and
notes In circulation Increased 63.8ti0,0own.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2-Today s state
ment of the treasury balances In the
generul fund, exclusive of the I15o.000 0"0
gold reserve, shows: Available cash bal
ance. 1133,102.165; gold coin and bullion
178.244.269; gold certificates. $46,7S9,57a
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. METAL8 The
Ijondon tin market was higher, with spot
quoted a: 149 6a and futuies at 148 los.
I-ocally the market was auiet. with i...t
quoted at 132. 80"i 33.00. Copper, lower abroad.
closing at 71 2s td for spot and 70 5a for
futures in the Londun market. locally the
situation shows no chanare of Importance.
Lake is quoted at ll.37US 16.75. eleetrolvtlc
at tl.r5''16.62V and caatlnsr at tl6.0uil6.374.
lad was unchanged at 14 18s 9d In In
dou. Locally the market was firm, closing
at S5.15ii5.80. the Inside price beina for
tlilrtv days' shipment. Spelter was quiet at
M.lMij.2S In the local market, but was
higher at 28 7s6d in London. Iron was
tower abroad; Standard foundry closed at
61s 2d and Cleveland warrants at 62s 3d. The
local market continued firm. No. 1 foundry
northern and southern are quoted at 118 26a
18.50; No. 2 foundry northern and southern
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 2.-M ETA LS-Lead, firm,
25.15. Speller, weak, $6 asked.
Mllwrankeo (Jraln Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 2-WHKAT-Dull ;
No. 1 northern, fR6oc: No. 2 northern, 6fc
88c; December, 89c asked.
RYE Hiaher; No. 1. 7!M73c.
HARLEY Steady; No. 2. 546'vc; sample.
CORN-Julet; May. 4o.
Dolath Grnln Market.
DULUTH. Nov. t-WHEAT-To arrive:
No. 1 northern, 87o; No. 2 northern, ttc.
On track: No. 1 northern. 87c; No. 2
northern, 85c; December, 844c; May, MSc
OATS To arrive and pa track. 29Sc
Heaaed toga Lower.
NEW TORK. Nov. 3.-A11 grades of re
fined sugar were rwduoed 10 cents a hundred
OMAHA L1YE STOCK MARKET
Cattls Ssierally Aotirt and Ht Material
Chaiif ia fricea.
HOGS ARE MOSTLY FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Fat ftkeea) Steadr to strong, with
Fat Lambs Fnllr gteadr Oood
Feeders Steadr Common
light ljimba Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 2. 1905.
Oflclal Monday ....
OfTlclal Tuesday ..
O flic la I Thursday ..
Four dava this week. . 80.566 21.227 63.783
Four days last week 31,475 23.H27 71.9x3
Same week before 2S.8U8 1.9'J3 0.9i4
Same three weeks ago. ..27. 194 18.956 49.223
Same four weeks ago.... 84. 034 17.618 78.174
same aays last year 28.785 ' K.b w.
RECEIPT8 FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shown the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
me year to date, comparing witn last year;
1906 1904. Inc.
Cattle 859.042 777.115 81.927
Horn 1 .aft. 61 2 1.812.265 38.847
Bheep 1,669.046 1,500.629 168.417
The following table shows the average
prloe of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1905. 11904. 190J.1902.1901.l00.!Hi99.
I 4 7 00 6 181 4 63
III I fi "11
7 16 29
7 02l 27
5 14 I
82 6 Z6I
t 1 6 701 6 03!
4 8741 6 001
.1,4 (2 I 4 961 5 08 6 51 6 89
4 97 6 61' 6 81 4 62
I 4 14
6 691 6 72
4 KH 4 09
6 67: 4 47
6 731 4 61
i 72 4 6o 4 04
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hoars. Mil p.H'r's.
i. M. Bt. f 2
10 1 2
"73 67 4
Missouri Pacific 5
Union 1'arlflc system. 34
C. A N. YV., east 1
C. N. W., west 89
C, Bt. P., M. ft O.... 9
C, R. A q., west 96
C, H. V., east 1
C. R. I. A P.. east... 1
C, R. I. & P.. west... 1
Inninols Central 1
Chicago Ut. Western. ..
Total receipts 234
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purcnaslng the num
ber or 'head indicated;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.,
Swift and Company.,
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour ft Co
Vansant ft Co
Carey ft Benton ,
Ixibman ft R
Hill ft Son
L. V. Huss
L. H. Wolf
J. It. Root ft Co
Uulla ft Kline
Total 8,260 6.148 16,022
CATTLE Receipts this morning were
very fair for a Thursday, while not so large
as that of the preceding Thursday, Hill It
was about tne average run for that day
and Is practically the same run as for the
same date one year ago. The run at all of
the other principal market points was
moderately large, acordlng to early reports
and the trade waa reported as being active
The supply of beef cattle In the yards this
morning was rather small, there belnj only
a scattering of really choice stuff. Corn
fed and grasaers were both scarce, there
being only a sprinkling of them In the
yards. Packers evidently had use for a
few, all' I hey were out In the yards early
and picked up everything desirable at
prices that were Just about steady with
those of yesterday.
There were not many cows and heifers
on the market this morning. Yesterday
the supply of cows waa unusually large
and as a result there was a slump Of this
kind of stuff. Today the run of cows
was only sn average one, while the demand
was fair with the result that prices on
cows closed practically steady with those
of yesterday, with a slight easier tendency.
There was the usual run of stockers and
feeders and the demand for feeders of good
clasi was faMy active. There were quite
a number of country buyers In this morn
ing, and the most of thum appeared to be
looking for the more desirable kind of
feeders, as a result the trade on that kind
r 'ttiiff wns active, with prices practically
steady with tnose or yesterday.
. representative sales:
Av. Pr. No.
...Ml 4 40 II
...Ml 4 60
... 171 I II 4
,,.1006 t 15
... 664 8 10
.1406 4 74
117 I 45
741 t 00
.160 4 78
I SU 111 1
I W IM
E. C. Russell Mont.
10 feeders.. 1105 8 60
J. J. Begafoos Mont.
14 feeders.. 1086 8 56 2 feeders. .1086 3 00
23 feeders.. 1156 8 40 3 feeders.. 1166 3 00
J. Eckert Neb.
12 cows 9K6 2 45 14 cows 926 2 50
8 cows 1018 2 46 9 feeders. . 794 3 40
8 feeders.. 868 3 40
A. Weeks Wyo.
20 steers. ...1211 3 55 23 cows..... $43 2 60
3 feeders.. 1097 3 40 8 mixed. ..106, 2 66
1 feeder... 1037 2 60 15 cows 832 1 70
8 feeders.. 1110 3 18 25 rows K5S 3 00
84 feeders.. 10i2 3 40 3 calves... 283 3 76
4 feeders.. 10U2 2 no
1 cows 9t,3 2 45
18 feeders.. 8f,3 8 18
69 altera.. ..li2 2 60
12 feeders.. 1113 3 80
17 cows 1037 2 66
HOGS Receipts this morning were mod
erately large, but smaller than one week
ago and also smaller than for the same
day last year. Early reports indicated that
the market at Chicago was in a better con
dition than it has been for some few days
past ana tint tne traae at mat point waa
active and 6c higher. All of this news.
couDled with the light receipts and the com
parative scarcity or cnoice ugni weight
nogs, tended to give the market a little
boost. The desirable light grades were of
course preferred and this fact, coupled with
their scarcity, tenaea to raise the price
on them. The market, generally (.peaking.
was mostly nve nigner ana was rainy ac
tive. The choice light stuff was a strong
nickel higher and Uie trade on that kind
of hogs was brisk and quite active.
The larger portion of the receipts tnday
conslsted of the heavier class of hogs, with
the result that prices on that kind of stuff,
while not so strong as those of the lighter
class, were generally 2V&6c higher. Tho
bulk of the hogs sold at $4.8&dj4 92.
The trains were late again today, and as
a natural result caused the market to be
carried over until afternoon.
Ms. Av. 6a.
44 . .
av. it. Pr.
.114 110 H
..lit 110 4 K)
..140 W IN
..M ... 40
...141 B0 4 M
.14 19 IN
...271 ... 40
..XT ... 0
...17 19 IH
...111 ... IN
...IN Mi) 4 BO
...ill ... 4 MS
... I to
. . 4 l4
law 4 1214
... 4 ta
H I li
10 I IS
40 4 BS
... 4 la
40 4 16
141 too 4 at
... Ml lot) 4 as
. ...t:.i 11 ill
....Ml IS 4 H
....144 M IK
... tao I to 4 ITS
....171 IM 4 ITH
... I4 SM 4 IT4
...171 IM 4 171,
....114 10 4 17
....til 110, 4 74
....IM 1M 4 n4
'6 140 4 r4
....IM 140 4 M
141 40 4 WO
...141 111 I H
244 i40 4 X
144) M H
Ml M 4 1
ui 10 4 iiw
N 4 t
ao 4 tl ,
H 4 Nti
.MS 1S t I! 'a
241 140 4 tl
114 an 4 liS
Ml 10 4 IIS
204 H id
let 40 4 M
141 IN IN
117 40 4 S
Ill ... 00
171 ... I 00
13 ... M
SHEEP Receipts this morning were fair.
."inly about forty cars being reported. 1 his
run Is larger thxn that of last week and at
the same lime la smaller than for the same
uay lust year. The total for the first
four days of the week Is larger by about a
thousand head than It was last week, and
also larger than for the first four days
of the corresponding week a year ago.
The sheep were In the pens In fairly
good season, and the market opened active
ana steady on the choice kind of sheep
It IDIieari thai the, tutckers. liuLB twit
able to secure a sultlcient number of fat
sheep ot the desirable killer kind to supply
their wants, and the buyers were out at Ihe
tarns early this morning, watching for
stuff that would answer their purposes.
Everything desirable met with ready sale
at prices that were Just about steady with
thuse of yesterday, and In some oases it
appeared to be a little stronger. There
was a bunch of ewes and wethers mixed
that brought 8f.jn. while another lot of
range ewes sold for 86 85, while a good lot
of fat yearling wethers brought 86.06.
Fourteen double decks of wethers from off
the ranges of Wyoming were sold alomst
as stain as they made their appearance
upon the market for 86 60 straight. It was
choice stuff and found ready sale. Lambs
were steady to a trifle stronger In some
cases A lot of fair western lambs sold
for 36.90, while a single deck of native
stuff brought 17.60. From that It will be
seen that the market on Ihe good kind of
fat sheep is steadv to strong, while on the
common to medium grades It ia Just about
steady with that of yesterday.
The demand for good feeders continues to
be very fair and steady prices prevailed
again today on the better class of storY,
while the common and rough kinds were
Inclined to go a little easier. Nearly every
thing was cleaned up yesterday before the
(lose, so that buyers were already this
morning for the fresh arrivals and ihey
picked up the better kinds about as fast as
they were placed upon the market. There
were quite a few countrv buvers In this
morning and the trade was active, with the
better grades selling at prices that were
steady with those of yesterday, while tho
medium and common grades were inclined
to be a little easier.
Quotations on fat sneep and lambs! Oood
to choice lambs. 6 8"57.26; good to choice
yearling wethers, 46.6t3jG.0i., good to choice
old wethers, 15.40 5.90; good to choice ewes,
Quotations on feeder sheep and Iambs:
Oood feeding lambs. $6.00H6.60: good feed
ing yearlings, 86."a6.60; good feeding weth
ers, !4.7Mi6 26: feeder ewes, 84.0O34.6O; breed
ing ewes. I4.40ft4.7b
830 Wyomlna? ewes
84 4 26
88 4 M
92 4 3a
84 5 27.
46 6 60
84 5 66
67 6 65
48 6 56
96 .6 80
99 5 60
79 f 65
116 Wyoming- cull lambs
643 Wyoming feeder ewes ,
107 Wyomlna- ewes
942 Wyoming feeder lambs :..
1124 Wyoming feeder yearlings.
360 Wyoming feeder Iambs
67 Wyoming feeder lambs
4 Wyoming feeder lambs
456 Nebraska ewes
647 Wyoming ewes
434 Wyoming yearlings, feeders
2949 Wyoming wethers
HICAtiO I.IVB STOCK MARKET
Cattle Firm Hos gteaity to Five
Cents Hla-ber sheep Stronger.
CHICAGO. Dec. 2. CATTLE-Receipts.
11.000 head; msrket for best firm, for others
weak: steers, $2.g.30; stockers and feed
ers. 23.2nQ4 00: rows and canners. 31.bfl&4.00;
bulls, $2.35104.00; heifers, I2.6OGS.80; reives,
HOGS-Recelpts. 22,000 head; market
steadv to 6c higher; shipping and selected,
In.l04i6.26; mixed and heavy packing, I4.9IKB
6 06; light, Il.6rtjj6.12; pigs and roughs, $2.00
Sh'eEP AND IMB8-Recelpts. 25.000
head; market stronger; sheep, $2.00ia6.6O;
St. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 2. C ATT LE Re
ceipts, 5,000 head. Including 1.600 Texans.
Market higher; native shipping and export
steers, 34.40tir5.tO; dressed twef and butcher
steers, $2.76(65.85; steers under 1,000 pounds,
$2.75W4-5; stockers and feeders, t2.001r3.4O;
cows and heifers. $2.00iH4.75; canners, $1.759
2.10; bulls, $2 00ig4.10; calves, 12 2&tf8.76;
Texas and Indian steers. $2.0038.70; cows
and heifers, $2.00(83.00.
HOU8 Receipts, 7,600 head. Market 5
10c higher; pigs and lights, $4.80S.G; pack
ers, 46o'5.lO; butchers and best heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.500
head. Market steadv; native muttons. $4.60
(b56: lambs, $6.507.50; mills and bucks.
$2.&ora.oo; stockers, J2.6O-U4.00; Texans, $2.60
Kansas City Live Stork Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 2. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 12,000 head, including 860 southerns;
steadv to shade lower; choice export and
dressed beef steers, $5.0ftf.oO; fair to good.
$3.75fi6.00; western steers, $2.8094.60; stock
ers and feeders, 32.40tii4.20; southern Bteers,
$2.4O()j4.0O: southern cows, $1.7fvij2.75; native
cows, 8i.7Mis.7b; native neirers, w.oonj-t.iu;
bulls. $2.003.00: calves. 12. 504(6. 25.
HOGS Receipts. -11.000 head: strong to 60
higher; top. $5.oo; bulk or sales. e.S'XJO.w;
heavy, $4.906.00; packers, $4.8066.00; pigs
and llehts. $4.7ufc4.t2A.
BH b.EP AND LA MRS Receipts, 3.500
head: market 6iffl0c higher; native lambs,
$5.607.7D; western Iambi, $5. 50417.75; ewes
and yearlings. $4.28ir6.00; western clipped
rearltngs, $6,007)6.00; western clipped sheep,
4.254(6.75; siovkers and feeders, $3.76(14.75.
' New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. BEEVES Re
ceipts. 172 head: nothing doing; market feel
lug steady; dressed beer in moderate de
mand at 5S9c for native sides.
CALVES Receipts. 390 head; veals slow
and easier; grassers lower; veals, I4.00ii4.h0;
grasaers. $2.dO'!t3.O0: no sales of westerns.
Dressed, slow: city veals. Rfil2Wc: few
extra, 13c; grassers and fed. 4&7c.
HOUS Receipts, 3,851 head; no sars re
ported; nominal quotations for state and
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3,1X2
head: sheeD. dull and weak: lambs, slow
and 10tfl5o off; sheep, $3.60ti6.50; culla, $2.5o
3.00; lambs, $o.fxa7.3D- culls. i.woo.ao; tan
ada lambs, $d.62!U6.75.
Bt. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Nov. 2. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 3.308 head; market steady; natives.
$3.65U6-90; cows and heifers, tl.6U434.60;
stockers and feeders, $2,750-3.90.
HOGS Receipts. 8.718 head; market
steady; light. $4 85Q4
SHEEP AND LAM
95- heavy. $4.Vfj6.00.
lings. i.w, ewes, ..
market steady; yearll
Slona City Live Htoek Mnrket.
SIOUX CITY, Nov. 2. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 600 head; mar
ket stronger; stockers, slow; beeves, $4.00S
6.60; cows, bulls and mixed, I2.00ft3.2i:
stockers and feeders, t2.76fu3.8S; calves and
HOGS Receipts. 8,600 head; market
higher, selling at 84.80Q4.95; bulk of sales,
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
South Omaha 4.700
Ploux City 6)
Kansas City 12.000
St. Joseph 3,203
St. Louis 6.0m)
BOSTON, Nov. 2 WOOL There Is a
renewed Interest in the wool market. The
Creater part of the business has been done
y the woolen mills. The heavy weight
season Is not far away and many mills
are without sufficient stocks. Fleece wools
are generally quiet but strong. The gen
eral movement has taken place In all
grades of Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces.
Fine washed Delaine has been broken on
price, a moderately large amount having
sold at 87c. with the market at 39c. Hales
or tnrea-eigiiins ana nan diooq nave peen
quite frequent at 34'u36c. In line with the
activity in Delaines some XX has been sold
at 364)370. and X at 34c. XX, X and Delaine
are In fair supply. A small business has
been done In Michigan fleeces. Quarter
bloods are at S3S4c. Fine unwashed is
held at 2f(.6c; half blood, 32id'J3c ; three
BT. LOUIS. Nov. I.-WOOL Quiet: me
dium grades combing and clothing. 26031c:
light Fine. 224127c; heavy fine, 194322c; tub
NEW YORK, Nev. 2-COTTON-Spot
closed quiet, I points higher; middling up
lands, 10.9&C,- middling gulf, U.2or; sales. 009
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 2.-COTTON-Flrm;
sales. 9.K60 bales: ordinary, 8c; good
ordinary, 9 5-10e: low middling, lot-lc; mid
dling, 1012-16c; good middling. 11 l-16c; mid
dling fair, Uc; receipts, .) bales; stock,
LIVK.RPOOL. Nov. 2.-COTTON-Spot.
good business done; pr!es 8 points higher;
American middling fat- 4.27d; good mid
dling, 6.0ld; middling, 5 Hid; low middling.
5 69d; good ordinary, 6.61d: ordinary. 6.85d.
The sales of the day were 12,0uu bales, of
which 1.000 were for speculation and extxirt
and Included 10.600 American. Receipts, 28.200
ttiiies, all American.
HT LOUIS, Nov. 2 -COTTON Steady:
middling. 11c; aales, 26 bales; receipts, 65
balea; shipments, 168 bales; stock, 11.808
. Philadelphia Fred nee Market.
PHILADEIJPHIA. Nov. 2.-BUTTER-lc
higher; extra western creamery, 2Sc; extra
nearby prints, !4c.
KOi8-Flrm: nearby fresh, loss off. 28c;
nearby rrein. w at mark: western fresh,
31c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream,
fancy. l.lWtilx; New York full cream,
choice. 12V4ltc; New York full cream, fair
to good. 134J-12SC.
laiar aad Molaeaes.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2.-8UU A R-Ra w.
quiet; fair rehnlng. 2c; centrifugal.
br-en ' tMl 1- miilu.,., mirttr 9JL.I. ll A
! iuiet; No 4. 4c; No 7. 3 96c;' No. . 3 8V; No.
, 10. 3.8oc; No. 11, 3.76c; No. li, 8.70c; No. 13.
8 65c; No. 14. 3. 6V: 1 1 .ifectloners. A. 4.4m"
cutloaf. 6 r crushed, 8,3ec; granulated,
4 oc: cubes 4iV.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. J. Hi 1 Alt - Mar
ket unlet: oien ketile cenlrlfUKal. iS-to
JVc: centrifugal whites. 4Mi4Vc; yellows,
3 J-16'i3 ll-l"-, seconds, 2tt.1c.
MOLASSrS-ltprn kettle. imi.12c; cen
8VRI r-Krw cane. 4'74iJic.
OMAHA W HOLK8AI.lt MArlKKT.
Condition nf Trade nnd Qnotatloas on
Sl-inlo nnd Fnnrr Preitet,
F.GO8 Candled stock. 18ai9c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, re: ttmslers.
8c; turkeys, 16tii6c; ducks. 9u94c; spring
Bl'TTER-Parklng stock. ISci choice ta
fancy dairy, 1819c', creamery, 21U21c;
SUGAR Standard granulate:. In bbls.,
$6.66 pe;- cwt. ; cubes. $640 per cwt. ; cut
loaf. Iti tt per cwt.; No. 8 extra C. $6 40 per
cwt.; No. 10 extra C. 86 "er cwt.: No. 11
ellow, $620 per ewu; AAA8 powderu.
.20 per c w-
FRESH FISH Trout. lOtillc; halibut, I.V:
buffalo, dressed, 9c; pickerel, dressed, 6c;
white bass, dressed. 12c; aunnsn. 6c; perch,
scaled and dressed. 8c: pike, 10c; catfish,
13c; red snspper, loc: salmon, lie; crapplrs,
l.'c; eels. 18c. bullheads. He: black haaa, 25c;
whlseflsh. 12c; frog legs, per dos., X;
lobsters, green, !7v. bulled luDstera, Vc;
shad roe, 46c; hliieflsh. 16c; her. in. 4c.
HAY Prices quoted bv Omha Wholesale
Hay Dealers' stsoclatlon. No l upland.
$7; medium. 6.0048o; coarav, $5.
BRAN Per ton. $12.00.
ORANGES-Valencia, ail dies, $5.0096.50;
Florida, all sixes, 3 io74.0t
LEMONS Le mo niera. extra fancy, 248
Site, $6 00; ! and 380 sizes, $8.00.
DATES Per box of 80 "-It. pkga.. Ul
Hallowe'en. In 70-lb. boxea, per lb., 6cs
walnut stuffed, l-lb. pkgs.. $3.00 per do.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton. 7fcil
t&c; Imported Smyrna. 4-crowii. Uo; -crown,
BANANAS Per mcdlum-slaed bunch, fl.eS
02.26; Jumbos. $2.ki3.06.
PEAKS-Utah, Kleters auifi Vloars, $2.08
De Ango. $2.76.
APPLES Ben Davis and Wlnesaps, In
t-bu. bbls., t3.6o$4.00; In bu. baskets, $1.0o;
California Beliflowers, tl if; Colorado Jona
than and Grimes' Golden. $2.002.10; New
York apples, $4.60 per bbl.
GRAPES New York Concords, per 3-lb.
basket, 22c; Muscats, pet- a-oUcl crate.
$1.75; Tokays, per 4-baket crate. $1.76.
gi;iNCKr!-Mlchlgan. per nu., li.b.
CRANBERRIES Early Blacks. $8 per
bbl.; Bell and Cherry $x 50.
V ILULi AblaiH,
POTATOES New, per su. 5uc.
ONIONS Home-crown .-allow, red and
white, per bu., 66c; Spanish, per crate. II I".
WAX BEANS Per -bu. n-sWet. 263c;
string beans, per -bu box. irsfctuc.
hkanb isavy, per du., k.vh.
CUCUMBERS Per dos., 26e.
CABHAGKi Home-grown, in crate, pef
BEETS New. per bu., 70c.
CELERY Kalamasoo, per dog., 86c.
SWEET POTATOES-Virginia, per -bu.
bbl.. $2 60.
Wholesale prices for beef cuts- Ribs No.
1. 12c; No. 2, 80; No. 3, 6c. Round
No. 1, 7c; No. 2. 6c; No. 8, 60. Ixilns No.
1, 16c; No. 2, 10c; No. 3, 7o. Plates-No.
1, 8c; No. 2, 8c; No. 8, 2c. Chucks-No.
1, 4c; No. 2, 3c; No. 3. 8c.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $360.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 16c: Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wlrconln llmbergtr, 13c; twins.
UHc. youna, Americas. 13S4C.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shells,
crop, per lb, 13Vc; hard shells, per lb.. 12c;
iso. sort shells, per id., 11c. r-ecans, targe
per id., loc; small, per id., iac. i-eenuis.
per !)., 7c; roasted, per lb 801 Chl'l wal
nuts, per lb.. 12113140. Almonds, soft shells.
per lb.. 17c; hard shell, per id., toe. rineu
bark hickory nuts, per bu., $1.76; largo
hickory nuts, per bu., $1.60. Chestnuts. 16a
per lb. Cocoanuts. 84 00 per sack of 100.
HIDES No. 1 green, 8c; No. 8 green. 8c:
No. 1 salted. 10c; No. 3 salted, c; No. 1
veal calf. 11c; Fa. 3 veal calf, to; dry salted,
714o; sheep pelts, 26c0$l.OO; fcorse hidtia,
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. COFFEE Futures
opened unchanged to 6 po'rHs higher on
scattering demands, on the absence of
aggressive offerings, and later showed In
creasing firmness as a result of bullish
private cables from Braxll claiming a less
favorable outlook for the coming crop ami
predicting an advance In prices. There was
some nearby liquidation, but this waa
mainly In the way of switching and the"
murket closed steitdy at a net advance of
1015 points. Sales were reported of 66.730
bags. Including December at .6o$.60c;
Mureh. 6.80St.8oc; May, 7.0orf7.05c ; July,
7.15(&'7.20c; September, 7l07.4oc. Spot Rlu,
quirt; No. 7 Invoice, 8ftsc.
Oils and Rosin. '
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. OIL8-Cottonsee1.
firm; prime crude, nominal: prime yellow,
27Sc27c. Petroleum, steady; refined New
York, $7.70; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
$7.65; Philadelphia and Baltimore, In bulk,
$4.75. Turpentine, steady, 71'71c.
OIL CITY, Nov. 2. OII.S Credit balances,
$1.61; shipments November 1. 49.751 bhls. ;
runs October 31. 97.065 bbls.; average, 66,133
bbls. Shipments Lima November 1, 68.3!S
bbls.; runs Lima November 1, 79,100 bhls.;
average, 77.915 bbls.
SAVANNAH, Nov. 1 OIL Turpentine,
ROSIN-Flrm; A. R, C. $4.25; , $4.3o; K,
$4.46; F. $470; tl. $4.75; H. $4.80; 1. $4.86: K.
$5.05; M, $5.2o; N, $6.30; WG, $6.46; WW. $5.65.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market Is quiet, with a rather
better assortment available on spot. Prices
n entiiv held. Common to good are
quoted at 6ic; nearby prime, 737r;
supplies very light and
e V. ., ..l ,nmfnw thrnll&rh from tile COR I
slowlv. Many sixes are practically out of
the market and quotations ranged from 5c
to 7c, the Inside i ",-. -!:-,g for o-7os.
REAL ESTATK Tit ANSFBHI.
The real estate transfers filed tor record
November 2 follow;
United Real Estate and 1 rust com
pany to Edwin Roach and vife,
north lot 23 and south fol J4.
block 2. Forest Hill Mt
Same to Carrie L. Behm, lot 11. bloc
17, Kountxe's Third add
Karel Llnlnger and wife to L. L. t.
Stewart, lots 11 and 12, block L
J. F. Morlsrty to Alice M. Brown,
east 40 feet lot i. block 4, A. S. Pat
Augusta Inhelder and husband to
Emma C. Allison, lpt 16, block. 109,
Mary L. Jansen to H. A. Tukey, lot
17 and 18. block 23. Halcyon Heights
G. P. Cronk und wife to Elisabeth V.
Cronk et al. lot 67 and north. lot
66. Windsor Place
M 8. Bourns and wife to Charlotte A.
Cochran, 5oxl24 feet In sw. swfc,
C. U Saunders to Harry H. Berger,
lot . block 8, Myers. R. & T.'s add.
F. A. Parker to E. H. Rucklos. lot 8,
block "M," Lowe's add ..
J. K. Chambers to J. M. Benlsh, lot 8,
block I, HeuTorq j-iuce ..1
F. W. Buntsen and wife to Kathne
Mlddlemlss, lot , block si, vvuinut
Kathne F. Wrdell and huslaand to Jo
sephine M. McKltnck, east ij, lot s.
block 10. Omaha
Florence company to William Storms,
lot 26. Florence Heights (except
north 192.8 feet) and strip adjoining..
QUIT CLAIM DEED.
J L. Browne and wife to J. M
Browne, lots 1. x . ami , oiocs i.
Cottage Place, and other property..
Sheriff to Margaret K. Mlrkle, east
lot t. blM-k 46. Omaha
Total amount of transfers , ..17,7U
The Grain Trust Exposed
Tom Worrall's sensational
and truthful story of the opera
tions of the Elevator combine in
Nebraska is now ready for sale
Price 50 cts. mail orders ac
companied by cash will bo
promptly filled by
331 Board of Trade BUlg .
(Iavxw do rated)
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T. PAIL. Ml.
Stoek Grain. Provisions
hbln Year Grain to I s.
ranch OfJee. IIO-111 Board of Trad
Hl., Omaha. New. Teleehone BR I 8.
212-214 Kichange Bids.. South Omaha.
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