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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, 1905.
CHAIN AM) PRODUCE UAKluI
ffhtat Cell Lower on Aeottnt af Ex
IXPORTS THIS WUK 1ARGEST YET
Car la Weak and Spread Cleaee
BMnttn December and May
Liverpool Knee Lower
a All Grain. '
OMAHA. Nor. I, IMS.
The wheat market viy weaa Unlay,
uil Dy extensive seuing. leaner cuve, uitf
caua j a imcuuh ana a Mtu leouveiy.
blausireel uuilnwl, wjO uusuei lur
tne ate, ana iu irseai yet, iwiptd
lieaiiy lua uiai mL iu c,ua tt wic
btiuw jrvaiaiUAy. ueceniutti' tiowu ai awty
fcv, amy ai muVQo and auly ai ooo.
Coin aiou 4 kmw. Ifieie a
Paavy demand tor May, and tuera wa soma
kviuiief t May and oujin- of Ut-ce.i.oor at
feo Uiiieitnca. iiHemmi' ctvaeu ai
-oid leueu.uer at 4o, May ai ?c and
July at 4c May aud u,y luat o aud
cloeea at in Uma aa uid i ceinoer.
CJuta cloaeil oittcucaii uiio.iied. D-
ceinoer luusueu at uru'So, a at fi7o ;
and July at lo. '
Prlnrs Wueat receipts wer 1.168.000
buai.eia and ahipmenu fl3,uv0 busneis.
against receipt laat year of i,u,uOO Ouauat
anu anlpmeuis of i-to.wt) busneis. Corn re
ceipt were Ud.uuu puenei ami hipmni
22,uuO buanels, aaalnat recetpta laat year of
,9 bushels and shipment of UU.uuO
bushels. Clearance were ,e0 buahei of
corn, tlf.oou busneis of oats, fc'i.ooo buansla
of wheat and t8,u"0 barrels of flour.
Argentina wneat shipment (or the week
were M&vuo bushels, against laX.000 bushel
the week before and 1.280,0 Dushel last
year. Corn shlp.nenta were l.tta.uOO busheia.
against 1.9.8,fAi busneis the week befora
and t.tSi.VH bushels last year.
Liverpool closed l lower on wheat and
unchanged on corn.
Seaboard exporters yesterday sold 104,000
bushel of wheat, 208,000 busneis of coin,
10,000 bushel of oat and 100.009 bushel of
tmiiiy. Montreal sold 2M),000 bushel of
Manitoba wheat for export In the last two
days. Ksnsas Clt' the sal of
loo.nuo bushel for Texaa mill.
From tne tveooiv.-.. - "B. Frank
floward eatlmatea that miller In the three
Important northwestern wheat tates re
quire about 160,000.000 bushels of wheat for
grinding and farmer need about 30,000,000
bushel for seed. The three atatea are
estimated to have raised about 187,000.000
busheia. or 17.000,000 bushel for elevator nd
mill reserves and ta aupply eastern mill
and possible export demand. The latter
baa been heavy fo. macaroni or durum
-wheat to date and there have been a few
mall sales of northern spring to Oermany.
The latter demands are expected to In
crease materially before the advanced im
port duties become effective, March L"
Omaha Ctesh tales.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 1 car, SZHc; No. t
hard. 1 car, SOHe.
OATS-No. t, i car, 24c
Oaaaha Cask Prices.
WHEAT No. hard. gfcgCHe: No. 8 hard.
T&TjHHsc; No. i bard. 7tHc: No. Z spring, 78H
ftw.'tc; No. S spring, TSo.
CORN No. f, Joe; No. yaUow, 47c; No.
t white, 47H'34So.
OATB No. 1 mixed, Z7o; No. I white, 280 ;
No. 4 white, 27(027o.
KTD No. 2, v7o; No. 1 C4e.
Wheat, Corn. Oat.
Kansas city 1:3
Bt. Loul 67
CHICAGO GRAIN AXB PROT19I058
Featarea of th Tradlag; Cloaingr
Prleea Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, Nor. t.-Th apparent pawing
of the oriels In Russia left Li w heaimar"
ket here without any energetic support to
day. At the close wheat for May delivery
waa oflt ViySc Corn, oat and provision
are practically uncnanged.
Sentiment in tne wneat pit was beat-tab
throughout the day. At the start th mar
ket waa aflected by tne smailnea of the
response maae by the wheat market at
IJverpool to the advanoa Here yesterday.
Th comparatively weak tone of th Lug
Ilsh maract seemed to indicate more conn
dene In the final outcome of the situation
In Russia. Improved weather In Argentina
waa aiso th cause of bearlsn teeilng. the
total volume of business was small, trading
being linnets th greater part of th day.
Opening quotation on May were uncnaned
to VaQ lower at StH.0 to 9140. December waa
off a shade to o at lej)40 to 6Vo. Dur
ing the hist naif of the session tne maraet
heidtfalrly steady at a slight decline. Con
siderable weakness developed later follow
ing a sharp deullne at Minneapolis. On
the break the price of the May option
dropped to sleHtjaie. December sold oft
to foV'tWVko. However, a large portion of
the toe was rKiuned on covering by
short. This demand waa mainly attributol
to the lar export of wheat and flour for
the laat vek a shown by Bradstreet's
report, the total movement being estimated
t e.2h3.0a) bu., compared with 1.48.000 bu.
th corresponding week last year. The
market closed easy with May at 9uj9UVii.
December closed at s-MHto. Clearances of
r-f win akiiu nour wie equal 10 iiv,vw ou.
A frlmary recolpt were l.lne.000 bu., com
Iared with l.liiuOO bu. a year ago. Min-
.. .11 f "V-. 1 . . . l . J. 1 ..J
iiKaimiiB, vuiuiu aiiiu v-nit:aTu reporiea re
ceipt of 84 car, against 847 car last
week and 960 cars a year ago.
Tha corn market was unsettled, but, on
thh wet weather, was actively firm, owlnz
to th scarcity ot offering. Numerous ,
1, 1 vi puui 1 riui IIO 1 1 Kill llURRing W4 KITI
not without effect in stimulating demand.
Clear weather had an opposite effect. Th
market cloned firm with price at about the
highest point of the day. December opened
a shade lowor at 4oc, sold between ?vI
41fc0 and 4ti4o. and closed at 4'c. May
ged between 4bfj4.rS.o and 4t'o. and
losed at ttiHti-Wo. Ixal receipt wer
274 cars, with 17 cars of contract gra
Oats wer steudy on a small volu
business. At the start cash house
sellers In a snfiul way against increasing
offerings from the country. The cash sit
uation wa greatly Improved, sample oat
meeting wun gooa inquiry at nigner price.
December opened a anode lower at tOSic,
sold between sVkj and Soc, and closed at
8oVttr3nc. Way ranged between 8Sh.7iO
and 81'Ho, and closed at 82SO. Local re
ceipt were U2 cara.
Provisions were steady. Trading wa ex
tremely quiet and mostly In small lots. Th
bulk of trading waa In the May delivery.
At the close May pork waa off a shade at
812 47H. Lard waa up a shade at ao.S'iVa
Kibs were oil a shade at $.7ff4i.i6.
Estimated reeelpta for tomorrow: Wheat.
169 cars; corn, 298 cars; oats, 279 cars; pigs,
The leading futures ranged aa follow:
Article. I Open. High. I Low. Close.l Tsa'y.
89V?H WHfl 88HtTW9fl4
'July td) 4.S 4S 46
1 No. 1 tOld. $Nw.
Cash ouotatlon ranged aa follow;
FLOUR Steady; winter patents, 83.80)
4.20: straights, $3.(6 4 00: spring patents,
$4(OH4.3o; stralghia, $3,604X80; baker. $2.24
WHEAT No. '8 trpHng. 8T0Sc; No. 8. 80
efr: No. 3 rad, 8SHt8e.
COFN-No. 2. 61e; No. 2 yellow, fSflttV.
OATS No. 2. 80t,fI3n c: No, 2 whit. $1
CS-c: No 8 white. -831Uc.
BVE No. 2, T'.ttTlTHc.
BA RLE T Good feeding. 39 Wc; fair to
ebrt'-e malting, 43fl60c.
6EEDS No. 1 flax. 98c; No. 1 northwest
ern, 31 .00 Prim timothy, $3.89. Clover, con
tract a d 81 it.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per hb., 914 0
t14.25. Lard, per loo lbs . $7 0"t7 06. Short
riha side (loose). 17 12VjJ7.26; nort clear
aide (boxed), $7 i:ST7.Z.
FoUowin wer th receipts and Ship
ment of (lour and grain:
Flour, bhl 21.I110 1410
Wheat bu 197 8 18 Co
Com, bu 2"4.8 98. tj
Oat a, bu 274. On 9 iVi)
Ry. bu 13 Oiw ( Too
liarley, bu 156.2O0 fl.tVa)
On th Produce exchange today th bn'ter
market was steady; creameries. 17rai2c;
U "tea, Ltjjoc. Legs, Dim, at mark cases
first. 21e: prime first. Sir; e
Chee, firm. 12f 12o.
HEW TORK (IFAE14L MARKET
VTTV TORK. Not. 3.-rTT.-'Peea1r.t,
J7.M5 hhl.: export 11.331 bbls ; market A -ill
nd barely tedy; Minnesota patent. 4 0 ft
.; Minnesota bakers, 63r74.ooi winter
r items. t4 2tr4: winter straights, f4.fO'J
If: winter extras,2.livr ; winter low
trade. 82 7!r 30. Rvt Hour, firm; fair to
s-'iod t40n54.lo, choirs to fancy, $4.15tr4.50.
Buckwheat flour, firm; spot and to arrive,
BrCKWTTEAT-QuIet; delivered In New
Totk. 6447 S6o.
CORNMBAL Steady: fine white and yel
low, 1.2f,yl JO; coarse, $1.1691.18; kiln dried,
13 live J 26.
rye Pteady; no. Z western, 760, c t. t..
BARLET Steady; feeding. iZ0, 45. L r..
New Vori; nsaltlng. SlUi?.
WHEAT Reelpts, 11,200 bu.; export. T,2
pu. epot easy; jo. I reo. Bao ivaior
No. red. et t. o. b. afloat: No. 1 north- '
em nuiutn, wsc r. o. t. anoat; no. l norm
ern Manitoba, jTHe f. o. b. afloat. Th early
market wa weak, following poor cable
and liberal Argentine shipment. Rallying
cn bull support and some unfavorable Rus-
.4.M - I . I . I I A . ll. I,ln
tlon. A second advance on big weekly I
clearaneea and export rumor closed th ,
marKer stenov at T7'c nei oernne. wai.
KB4c, closed at 93o; December, 947.i
t k',.c. closed at M"e.
CORN- RecelpM, W.S75 Btl.i erports. M.n
bo. Spot market steady; No. 1 42e elector
end mc f. o. b. afloat; No. I yellow, 64c;
No. 1 white. 4. Option market wan with-
out transactions, closing partly He net
hldher. January closed at St'in; May closed
at 52'r: December closed at eS".
OATS Receipts, 121.500 bu.! exports, X,9m
bn. Pnot market steady: mixed, ?8 to tt
lls., frtc; natural white, !W to JJ lbs., 80131
iTUe; clipped white, !W to 40 lbs., 87jT3o.
FEED Bteadvj spring bran, 117; prompt
shipment; middling, 1S.71, prompt ship
ment: city. $17.00tJ2S.OO.
HAT Steady; spring, 60B5He; good to
HOPB Steady; state, common to chotoe,
1906, 17i33o; 1904, ltr30c; olds, -fflOc; r
clflo coast, 1906, 12Si3c; 1904, i:&15c; olds,
IIIDE8 Firms Galveston, 20 to 3 lbs.,
frr; California, 21 to 26 lbs., 19Hci Texas,
dry, 24 to 30 lbs., 18He.
T FAfT'f Flr-n: add.
FROVI8ION8 Reef, quiet; family, W.fiO
tJU.50; mess, $9.50910.00; beef hams, 121 00
ftl'fO: pi et. Jie.fH 11 if ; city exrrn innia
meat, I17.5OJ1R.60. Cut meats, quiet; pickled
bei.ies, ,.,Mr.fcO: p.ckled shoulders. KJ.60
rT.OO: pickled hsms. ! JSC'rS.TS. 1-ard, steady;
western steamed, I7.SV37. 46; refined, steady;
continent. f7.70; South America, fd.SS; com
pound, $7.46. Pork, quiet: family, 117.6031
18.00; short clear, 114.00(410 3; mess, lie 00.
TAMJW-Flrm; city ( per pkg.), 4e;
country (pkR. free), ime.
RICE Firm; domestic fair to extra, S
tJSr: Jpan. nominal.
BtTTTER Steady; street price, extra
creamery. 2S23'o. Official price: Cream
ery, common to extra, iiyyioc.
CHEESE Firm; state ful cream, small
and large, colored and white, September
EOGS tilrong; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, JBc; tate,
choice, o3ac; state, mixed extra, 2tc;
, etectei. ?7r! western averase
Neet, 8ftig2c. Kentucky. V2ic.
POULTRI Alive qvuei; wesiern cninnn,
0c; fowla, lie; turkeys, 14c; dressed Irregu
lar western chickens, 9gi6e; turkeys, 14
020c; fowla, 9313c.
Kaaaaia City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT. Nor. J.-WHEAT-Cn-changed;
December, TS'ic: May, !e. Cash:
No. 2 hard, 82Sof; No. 8, i9a2He; No. 2
redL 9c; No. 8, 87e69c; No. 4, 8o7c.
CORN Lower; December, 41ic; May,
41HC. Casi: No. 2 mlxrd 48c; No. i, 448'oc;
No. 2 white. 48c; No. 8, 47e.
OATH Ivower; rno. I wnue, wane; no.
mixed, 29-930. .
HAT Strong; choice timothy, $10.76311.25;
choice prairie, $9019.26.
RTE Bteady; 670O7HC
EGGS Firm; Mlsaourl and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases Included, 2)c; caae
countjlSHc; cases returned. He loss.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 21o; packing,
- Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, busheia 162,000 119.000
Corn, bushels 47,000 67.000
! k01 h,,hVi s ono
I 0aW' bushel 21.000
Th rang of prrrea p;d In Kansas City
a reported by th Ed ward-Wood com
pany. 110-111 Board of Trad building, was:
Articles' Open. I High. I Low. Close.l Tei'y.
Pec... 74jq7 T9 79'4 791 7T4A
May... 2Vt 81H tl 82V
Dec... 41 41S 41 4m 41S
May... 41 V4 41V 414 41H 41i
Dee.... 29X1 29 !9 2!"4 H
May... 80 3(rt 30 SO'i 80
Pork I I
May... 12 80 12 n 12 66 12 66 12 66
Jan.... 12 42 12 42 12 83 12 37 12 40
Jan.... ITS 477 471 477 4 7
May... 400 4 92 190 490 490
Jan.... 4 47 6 47 4 46 4 48 47
May... 4 42 4 70 4 67 4 67 4 70
St. I.onla General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 3. WHEAT Futures,
lower; caah. firm: No. 2 red cash, elevator.
I 8H'ft92t4c; track, 924iff95c: December, boVic:
' May. 80c; No. 2 hard, &6tJSSc.
CORN Lower; No. 2 cash. 60c; track, 60u
1 new, 61c old; December, 43c; May, 44c.
OATS Firm; No. 2 cash. 30o; track. 31c:
December, 304c; May, 311n317ic; No. 2
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents. 34 20
04.36; extra fancy and straight, $3.7004.16;
SEED Timothy, steady, $2.5OffX00.
CORN MEAL Steady ; $2.80.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 65
'HAT Firm; timothy, $8.00rS14.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-$1.00.
PROVISIONS Pork, ateady: lobbing.
$1175. Lard, steady; prime steam, 88.80. Dry
salt meat, steady; boxed extra shorts, 87.75;
dear ribs, $8; short clears $8.26. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts, fS.50; clear ribs.
88.76: short clears. X9.
POI'LTRY-DulI; chickens, 80; springs.
Strttttc; turkey, - ll'SUc; ducks, 10c;
BUTTF.R Steady ; creamery, 19fj24c;
EGGS Steady at 19H". case count.
Flour, bbls 9.000 H.OflO
lWheat.hu M...57.O0 81.0O
Corn, bu 62.OI0 fo.000
Oats, bu 71,000 76,000
Mlaneanolla Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 3 -FLOUR-First
patents, $5.16r6.26; second patents, 34.96(
5.06: first clears. $3.703.90, second clears,
BRAN In bulk, $11 60.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis da
livery). The rana;e of prices, as reported
by the Edwards-Wood Grain company, 110-
111 Board ot rraae Dunaing, was:
Artlcle Open. I High. I Low. I Close.l Yes'y.
Wheat-', I I
Dec.... 84HS) 844 88 84H 84
May...CHl 8H 87 68S4 88
MinneapollsCash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, eii'iiivrc: No. 1 northern. asfjKULfrr;
to arrive. 86'r78c: No. 3 northern, ttu.'ij
84c; to arrive. 82Viff 83c ; No. 8 f4?!81e: No.
1 durum, 77'S'7714c; No. 2 durum. 75r77e.
Corn: No. 3 yellow, 64e; No. 3. 634c Oats:
Vo. 8 white. No. 8. 27V4c. Bnrley,
37HJ4Sc. Rye, Wi.'ffbTTic. Flax, 97 jj ySc ;
to arrlv. ilWo-.
PEORTA. Til., Nov. 3 CORN-Lowr; No.
2 yellow. 804c: new No. 3 yellow, 4Cc;
No. 8, 60c; new No. 8. 4c; new No. 4.
46e: new no grade, 48V4c.
OATS Ptiady; No. 3 white, 3OS30V.O; No.
4 white. a2e.
WHISKT-On th baai of $1.80.
Mllaa kVm Oral aaaVet.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 8.-WTTBAT-Lowr;
No. 1 northern. 88V4fl9Hc: No. 2 northern,
iiumnnc; December. 89c bid.
PTE-Firm: No. I, TStfTJHo.
PRLET Firm; No. 2, 56c; sample,
CORN-6tady; May. 46S6-MV.C.
llaarpoal Food Stack.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. fc-WHEAT-flpot
firm; No. 3 red weatern winter, s "d; fu
tures, quirt: December, 7s IVid; March, la
iwrl; May. 7s d.
CORN Spot steady; American mixed. 6s
THd; futures, quiet; January, 4s &.d;
March, 4s 4Hd.
Hwlnth Grain Market.
DULUTH. Nov. $. WHEAT To arrlv:
No. 1 hard. 66c; No. 1 northern, 64c.
on track: no. 1 nortnern. aoc; r-
norinern, afic; iwemner, u-kc; siay, St-sa.
OATS To arrive and 00 track, JOc,
Toledo tred Market.
TOLEDO. Nor. 8. SEEDS Clover, caeh.
88 (XS; Decmber, $8.10; January. $8 15; F b
ruary, $8 25. Aislke, prUn. fa. 00. Timothy,
NEMORtv STOCKS AND BONDS
rat tha Tonrth ContecutiTt Taj Ealn
Exceed Millian hara.
RCADlNfi DOMINVTES THE MARKET
ttoek Coatlaaee to Rlea aa4 Shorts
Fear a Corafr La( Market Lower
Proa pert at Cetavorable
NEW TORK. Nor. a For the fourth con
eeuuuve aay mii ot toca exuoeeed
tem enaie fur tne. ad) tu tne muc ex
Cuantie. Th, counts me fue.iavi.w tn nead
In mm aa fun snaiea. As rieadma so-
aui owi ine overwneiinia: piopuitioa ut tn
daunaa, tne cump&tiaon wun ordi
nary dav or extreme activity I conaid- I
eiauly affected, the muvemeut In Reading ;
aoiiunaieo attention tnruuguuut tne day.
It nitiUerala advance in tne morning car-
nea tne niaravl wun IL but in ita mora
vluient and feverlen alaaea it effect uixn
aeneral epecuiaUun became unfarora-
trr tUit Ul Biar'"!t "J0. Sn ,
"a'i w imt(j ii, kiiv rrepunaa w an nuv i
iu.uone dbiiis; temaraaoiy Close, a a re-
uit the conaiderabie gain wnich were -
tablisned at one time were entirely wiped ,
vuv h auuLiier wnen neaaiaar waa in Lne
course of its higher flights. Fears contin
ued that a corner In tua stock waa about
to be precipitated whlcb might demoralise
tne general mantel. The conductors of tne
principal operations In the stock vehem
ently denied tnat there wa any danger of
a corner, but they persisted in prediction
of constantly holier price for the stock
and, aa they wore apparently able to force
their predictions, there wss not muoh com
fort for the shorts In assurances against a
corner. The speculative dread of a corner
lies not only In the losses involved bv th
horts, but the difficulty of completing the
operation owing to th residue left In th
hands of the conductors of the corner after
a settlement with the shorts ha been
enforced. This residue In the slang of the
market Is known aa the "corpse'- and offer
peculiar embarrassments In Its disposition.
The shadow of a threatened corner in the
market may sufficiently explain tne grow
ing hesitation of the speculative tone. A
heavy reaumntion of the movement of cash
to the Interior Indicates a poor bank state
ment for tomotrow. Of the loss bv the
banks of $3,317,000 to the subtreasury $2,850,.
tX Is accounted for bv the deposits at that
Institution by the banks for telegraphic
"",cf " mierior points, statements tv
the banks themselves Indicate that rather
tnor than this has pone to the Interior on
the direct express movement. This would
involve a cash los of upward of $,000.00O,
The revived activity In the speculation
seems to promise a considerable loan ex
pansion, which would aggravate the en-
uruaenment on tne surplus reserves
ling exchange was firm at a further slight
v., ?, . "i1 aiacueeion continuea on tne
1 kel honl nt an awnn., . , j
Jhe lrIZ LiP'-JJ rate, early In" the
oiiiuMMizeo. ine innuence 01 tne bank-
inir mil nnv sni m i r. m am t i . -
gains, except In a few cases where special
movements had been In force.
Amongst such movements that In Erie
was a aort of pendant to the Reading move
ment and was In the same hands. Other
special movement were In Canadian Pa
cific. Smelting and Railway Steel sprlnir.
R.'"2,ln" eoM high as m. but closed
at 138. a rise of 6X4 over night and 8 point
above the high price touched yesterdav.
Bond were fe-- fii mr value
'l United EUtes bond were all un
changed on call.
Quotations on the New Tork Stock ex
change ranged as follows:
Sale. High. Low.Clnse,
Amer. lair A F..
Amer. cotton Oil
Amer. avxpress a ..
Ainer. hiiue oc L. pfd 100 32 32
Amer. Ice Securities
Amer. Linseed oil ,. .. ..
Amer. comot.ve.... 8,tAM Tl 70'4
G.O pfd iial iinU. iw.v.
I Amor- S'lielUtltf at R. 6,iM lu l,Se. H1-
1"" 1,W 131
k,uso nci vera IU) ItiVi 1-H5
Amer. 4.00. pld cert. 16,i0 lot 1,.2 loSi
Anaconda Milling Co. aj L9 L9 1L
2U0 lS2 1 10S'
tloo, lot ltlxa lil
6,oiO 118 U2vk li3l
200 97 97 97
61,1(8) 7T 7a 77
7i.ni0 114 17-u. 1 ii
Atlantic Coast Line..
. at O
Brooklyn H. T
Central of N. J
Cnes. at Onlo
Chicago tk Alton
2.3U0 6tM. 65v; Bo4t
Chlcaao Gt. Western 8,400
C. A N. W
C M. & SU P
Chicago T. & T....
13,su0 laoT4 LiHt latMa
C, C, C. & 8t. L..
Colo. Fuel A I
Colo. & Southern..
700 Hi li
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
600 b -a
corn 1 roquets
Del. & Hudson.....
Del., U & W
D. 5 R. G
do 1st Dfd.
do 2d nfd
BU0 183', 1S4V4
K. C. Southern
L. A N
Met St Ry
Minn. & St L
M-. St. P. A S. Ste. M
Missouri Paelflo . ...
Mo.. Kan. & Tex
Nat l Lead
200 104 184
6.300 104H lKJ'i
II l.1A O-, ' L
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd
11. 1. central
N. Y , Ont A W....
Norfolk & W
Pennsylvania, ex-dlv. 42.900 143H 14:
v ia e um
P., C C. A St. L.
Pressed Steel Car.
1.700 10 1H
4,4jO 62 61
200 96 99
Pullman P. C..
do 1st pfd
do 2d Dfd
281.700 135 1824 i37"r,
, l.(N) 94 94 93"
Rock Island Co
St. L. A S. F. 2d pfd
st. l. s. w
Tenn Coal A I
Texas A Pacific-.
Tel., St U A W
U. S. F.Tnreaa
U. 8. Realty
U. S Rubber
U. 8 Fleet
do pfd ,
Va. Cao. Chemical..
do pfd ,
W. A Iike Erl
do nfd "
1 1"! 9984
SO0 28 28
I.O11O 94 95'4
20.91 Sfttl 2il
2,100 73 72
96.6i 14 1S?4 1M
100 96 9 M14
17 100 1(H
8.(0 107Ti 1071X lOTTt
!. r. 21V 214
2.MO - 2''
1 no 7u
Total aales for th dav, 1.320,400 share
Hear York Mlnlnsr ftoeka.
NEW TORK. Nov. 8 Closln, quotation
on mining stocks were as follows:
(Little Chief ..
;fni'l "osra .
llrur.e-wlrk Coa ...
I roa. Cal. m Va...
LaudiiK Coa ...
OMAHA, November 8 Bank clearing for
today wer $1.6?2.n719 nd for the corre
sponding dat last year $1,402,603.97.
WASHINGTON. Nov. t. -Today's state
ment of lbs treasury Balance la th gen-
eral fund. eTrhmlre of the tisn.nnn.nnft rold
reeerve, show: Available cash balance,
IIW.M1.2S1 : gold rein and bullion, 7f,86i,024;
gold certificate. M.83n.4tt.
Kevr Tark Maaey Market,
NEW TORK, Nor. I.-MONET-On call,
trong at tfiiiVi per cent: closing bid, 44
fer cent; onered at 4 -er cent. Tim
nans, steady; sixty day and ninety days,
t per cent; six months, 4 per cent.
I' RIME MEaCANTILK PAI'ER- per
"ihlFTRLtN-a EXCHANGE Firmer, with
actual business In bankers' bills at I4.SS7(VJ
i for demand and at 4ASl(vrM xnis for
sixty days; postei rates. $4 S4 and MITH;
commercial bills, II.K-Jl.sri.
P1I.VFR Mar, Mexican dollar. 40.
BONDS Government and railroad steady.
k sing quotation on bond were aa fol
low: V. a. rrt. fa. rf
r. a. . tt....
..1"?T4 JVU at. M sena.
,.112' do 4H. rtfi
,.iei4 en M aertea
,..1014 U f It. nnl. 4....
W Mn biiua . . 4a.
..104H Mel. Central 4t.....
,.1iH to 1st Ine
..13 Minn. St. L. 4a..
.. SO M K. T. 4....
..Its a ta
t. a on 4a. ft..
C. a 4a. raff..
a u pi'iB ........
Am TfttarM da
At-hlMi gm. 4a...
Atlnt! C. I 4a..
..11H N. R. It. ef M a 4a
.. i tl. T. C. . I4
N. J. C. . tt....
...lo No. Ptclte ta....
... 4a ta
... MH N. W. 8 4a...
...114 O. t U Hd. 4a.
N4 Pmn. oanv.
a m inc.
(I Reatln . to lott
i9 M ,BP a L. I. M. e. oa.l 't
o,ea. A Ohle 4"4a. . ..!. St. C A S r. f. 4. n4
SO A A. Ha.... HH . I a W. e. 4a.... Ml
C, B. A Q. g. 4S....10IH teabears A. U 4s.... ti
C, . 1. p. is.... r ta. Facie 4a a
ta eol. fa o lat 4a etrs Vi
Cr(l. A at. t . 4a,. IV 14 to. Kallvay la 1n4,
Cal. Ins. ta, serlas A Tt Texaa A P. la 1H
00 aarlra B Tt T . St. U A W. 4a.. Mt
tolsratfa Mia. 4a 74 t'nlen Pacta- 4a 1M14
role. 80. 4s S4 ta coot. ,a in
Cnha fa r. 8. Steal M ta at
P. A R. O. 4a 11 Wabaati la 11H
PlatlilatV Bee. la ... I.4 n b. n
t ar or lien 4s....lM Western Ma. 4a n
4 fea. a M W. A U C. 4a tt
Rorkiu Val. 4Vaa....UlX Wla Central 4s M14
Japan ta i
Kx-interest and offered.
Boston Stoeka and Bonds.
BOSTON. Nor. I Call loan. 606H Pr
cent; time loans, A'VU per cent, umciai
quotatlnoa on stocks and bonds were as
Atrhiaon aa). 4a.
W'X. Central 4....
ORnatos A Albany.
Boaten A Mains...
f ipton Klerated ..
Fitch tnrx pfd ...
.. H Weattn. eommss
.. Tt4 Allrnee
.. ta Amalgamate ....
..loast Amarlraa tin ...
..mt Cal. A Hocla
.. WA Coppar Ranga ...
..fAI Pair Waat
N T.. M. H. A H
Pra Marquatta .
vnlon ran do
Cnem... t& Inla Rorala
Amer. Pneu. Tab
.. Maaa. Mining ....
.. H Ml'hlrtn
..lt Old Dominion ....
. .137 Oftreol
., I S Parrot
Amer. T. A T...
Pnmlnlon I. A B
. It t'nltad Copper
.M r. a. Mining..
. 4h v. a. oil
. t Vlraorls
. 114 Winona
. 17V WolTlne
Tnlted ho Mack..
C. a. Stael
London Closlnaj Stork.
LONDON. Nov. 8. Closing quotation on
the 6tock exchange were as follows:
Con sola, money ...MI-UN. T. Central..
do acreunt SH Norfolk A W...
Anaconda est do pfd
Atehleot 1 M1 Ontario A W...
do pfd W rennaylvanta ..
Baltimore nnia....ii4j nana Mine ...
Ch.a A Ohio.
. Bl do lat pfd
. tl do td pfd
.1W .Southern Railway
. IK I da pfd
. K4 Southern Paelflo ..
. ov I'nlon Pad Be
. fo, do ptd
. ttt V. 8. teal
. 74 W do pfd
.IMS do pfd
? at. r
Penrer A R. O
d 1st pM
do 3d rfd
minnla Central ....
Loulafllla A Naah..
M , K. A T.
17 s Bpanian 4a
BluVKR Bar, steady. li-16d per ounce.
woNtiv-27i'ff2 per cent.
The rate f d c.u t in the open market
Ior nort ntii is t per cent; tor tnre
month1 bill, 4 per cent
LONDON, Nor. $. Rat for money at
"r"1 were In good Bemand today, but the
demand slackened. The position of publio
deposit Is creating comments, and point
to an accumulation of money by th gov-
emment with the repayment of exchequer
bonds in December. Trading at tne open
ing of the stock exchange was aflected by
the situation in Russia, but the attitude
of Paris litter helned the situation. Most
all of th department were quiet and
Irregular. Consola receded; home rails
and prices relaxed on th receipt of New
Tork s opening quotations, except Reading,
which Jumped up several points. The list
and inactive. Canadian Paelflo wa the
feature. Grand Trunk benefited (lightly
by the excellent traffic reru'ms. but weak
ened later owing to increased expenditures.
Foreigners were Irregular. Russian and
Japanese securities declined. Japanese Im
perial 6s of 1904 were quoted at 101T.
BERLIN, Nov. 3 Prices on the bourse
today were generallv depressed.
PARIS, Nov. 2. The tone on the bourse
today was indecisive, but prices continued
firm. Russian Imperial 4a were quoted at
91.79 and Russian bonds of I'M at 618.00.
BOSTON. Nor. $ WOOL The Commer
cial Bulletin tomorrow will say of the wool
market: "The activity of last week seems
to have been maintained. Worsted wools
are in better demand, with especial
strength In quarter bloods, while clothing
wool are weaker. Fleeces have mov-d
quite freely on all grades since the read-
ustment of values. In Ohio washed de
sine la now worth SfHCTe, as compared
with 40tT41c In August. The top figures on
XX Is 36c 36c for three-eighths and 34c for
quarters. All grades of territory staple X
are active, and some lines of An clothing
have been transferred at 7VS72. Quite an
amount of scoured wool have been sold to
dress-goods mills at 70c for strictly fine.
, Contracting for the 1806 clip is only being
done occasionally In small lots. A late
report however, from the Soda Springs
! district of Idaho says that the Malad clip
of 600.000 pounds has been contracted at
15ivl i 2323V4c by a Boston house. The shipment
64 I of woolen at Boston to dale from Decem
ber 29, 1904, according to the same au-
82i? thorlty, are M3.633 949 pounds, against 201,.
97lT ' 1O4.104 pounds at the same time last year.
43V The receipts to date are 294.022,737 pounds,
1422 1 against 283.696.893 pounds for the same
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov S.WOOI Market
teady; medium grades combing snd
clothing, 26a31c; light fine. 2it27c; heavy
One, rjtf22c; tub washed, HHiZc.
NEW TORK. Nov. 8. METAIS The
London tin market was higher with spot
doting at 149 15s and futures at 149 Ln
rnlly the market was steady at $32,053
13 00. Copper also was higher abroad, clos
ing at 71 12s 6d for spot and at 70 12 6d
for future. The loctl market wa un
rhanired. closing at 316 rs-Q 16.7$ for lake,
818 2fxai6.42 for electrolytic and $16.(01,1
16.37V4 for casting. I.ead was unchanTed
at 14 1" va in tnnon. ine iocai mar
ket continues firm with quotations ranging
from $6 15 to $5 SO, the Inelde price being
for tbirtv-dar shipment. Spelter was lower
at 28 6a In London. The local mar'-et was
quiet st $6.15x4.?6. Iron was a shade lower
at 61s for standard foundry, but unchanged
at 52s 3d for Cleveland warrants In the
English market The local situation was
unchanged. No. 1 foundry, northern and
southern, are quoted at $18.254713.50; No. 2
foundry, northern and southern, at $17.75-3
BT. iriUIS, Nov. $ METATjS Lead,
Arm at $5.15. Spelter, dull at $4.00.
NEW TORK. Nor. 3 COTTON Soot
market rloaed quiet, 20 points higher. Mid
dling unlsnds. 11.16c; middling gulf. U 4Co.
Sa'es. 6&0 ba'es
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 2 COTTON
Firm . quotations revised. Sales, 4.600 balet.
Ordinary, 81-.e; good ordinary. 9 7-ltlc; low
mlrld'lng. 10Mr; middling. 10 15-1 lie; good
midd'lng 11 15-16c; middling fnlr. UrC. Re
ceipts. 8 530 hales: stock. 143 47 bales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 8. COTTON Snot,
good business done: prices tni p Ints
hiffher. American n-'tddllng fXIr. 6.35J. ,.ol
rcldrtllng 07d: middling. 9M; low mid
dling, S TSd; gocd ordinary, 5.37d; ordinary,
6 41d. The sles of the day wer !'.'
bales, of which 2A0 rr f o- specu'ailon
and export, and Included 9 800 American.
Rcelpt, 17.000 bale, including 7,700 Amr
Iran. ST. IOUIS. Nov. 3-COTTON-Flrm:
middling HHe. Sale. 106 bales; recelp's,
3ti'1 bales; shipments, none; stock, 12,la3
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2 a-BUTTER
Firni; extra western creamer, 13c; extra
nearbr print. J4c
JXK18 Firm: nearby, fresh, loss off. 9c;
nearby, fresh, 28c, at mark; western, fresh,
26c, st mark.
CHEFSB-Wlgher: New Tork full cream,
fancv, 1fWnl3.c: New York full cream,
choice, la'" e .ew York full cream, lair
to good, U1il24a,
(J M A n A LITE STOCK MARKET
Killirjf Cattle Slow tod Tan OeiU Lower
HQS VALUES LOWER. BUT TRADE FAIR
Reeelpta of Sheer and Laaaba Light
aad Qaallty Pea aw Market Gene
erally A heat Iteady, hat
Dall and Featarelesa.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nor. 8. 1P0S.
Cattle. Horv Sheep.
... 8.3V1 8.104 2.. 87
Or rial Monday ....
Official Tuedar .
OfTlclal Thursday ..
...8 82 7.222
... 1.847 4.9
... 2,809 4,830
IS ' Jt
Fire dav this week... 85. M2
Five days last week 84 83
Same week before $0 9M
Same threo weeks ago... 18.577
Sim four weeks s go.... 86. 034
Rsme days last year.... 2ft. 786
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following tsble shows the receipt of
rattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
th year to date, comparing with last year:
1905 1904. Ine.
Cattle 898.189 71.07 117.122
Hogs 1.9)4 1918.876 41.733
Sheep 1.6SS.943 1,618.974 174.9S9
The following table show tha arerage
price of hogs st South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Pat. I 1905. 1904.l08.1902.19Ul.1900.189t.
7 001 e 18) 4 nt
I Cl 4 721 4 W
I 9 1 M1 1 n
271 4 611 4 W
4 HI '
I i 14
$ ?nl I 71
4 92'4! I OR 5 26
4 874' $ floj 8 18) 8 1
4 681 4 18
$ $ 19 i a , J 4 Hi 4 10
t S, 5. , iV, 8a S i d .
I i l n It 09
i i'l 1 !? Ira
6 711 4 61 4 01
I 4 92
4 91 4 9
4 8tl 4 99
6 721 4 0 4 04
4 Ml 4 87
I 4 Ml
Th official number of car of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Konaa. cattle. Hogs, ctne p. rt r s.
C M. A St P..
Missouri Pacific 1
tnlon Pacific system 28
C. e N. W
F.. B. AV M. V 74
C, St., M. & O
B. A M 38
C. B. A Q. 6
C, R. I. A P.. east.. ..
C, R. I. A P., west. ..
Chicago G. W 1
Total receipt 147
The disposition of the day's receipt wa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num.-
per or neaa inaicatea
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co...
28.T5S 89 280 '
r.970 68 09
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 184 944
,.. 1,818 1,094 iM
... l.!90 1.471 1,016
... 6.19 1,737 328
... 1 198 .... 4,448
Armour A Co.
Carey A Benton ..
W. I. Stephen ...
Hill A Son
Huston A Co
L. F. H us
Mike Haggerty ..
J. B. Root A Co..
Totals 6,678 6.248 6.067
CATTLE Th market on cattle today
was moderately active at times, but on the
whole It would b called a little dull. Th
receipt were fairly large for a Fridav,
The larger portion of the turf on hand,
however, consisted of stockers and feeders.
As th run wa only moderate and the
greater portion waa composed of feeders It
In plain to see that there were not many
beef cattle on the market, and as a result
the trade in beef steers waa dull and slow.
There was only a sprinkling of the better
kinds of fed stuff In sight while the larger
portion of the steers was of th common
and medium grades There were a few
oorn-feds on the market and also some na-
jives, but not a itrw number of either
kind. Buycrt ' evidently ware not rjry anx-
rr:-n". . n v.; "i,tr, r..w
wss dull and uninteresting, with price gen.
orally snout ic lower tnan yesterday.
Cows and heifer were in fair supply and
the demand for them waa poor, while trade
wa anything but active. Local packer
were wanting a few rattle and there wa
a fair demand from outside buyer, but the
demand wn small as compared with the
supply, and as a result prices on this kind
of cattl closed about 10c lower than yes
terday. The supply of feeders was good, but not
f.. rf .v. The matorltv of tha feerlor stuff
In sight waa of the common and medium
grades. There was a fairly good demand .Receipts, 1619 head: market active; na
for feeders of the better grades on th part tlves, f3.6ofi5.80; cows and ' heifer. $1.6032
of local and country buver. and bence the 4.60; stockers and feeders. $2.75(53.90.
prices on this kind of stuff remained steady
with those of yesterday, while the common
lK rhna r f u.mt mrflav mr hllA the rr.. m i.n
and medium grades sold a little easier.
No. A. Pr. Na. Av. Tr.
xt M4 4 to SI 1174 4 If
2 cow 1110 2 80
2 cow 950 2 65
2 cows 726 1 80
1 bull 1280 2 80
13 cow 838 2 60
1 cow 1040 2 60
2 cow 1045 2 60
..1140 1 86
. 9 8 60
.1000 2 50
4 cows. .
1 COW 9tO X RO
17 feeder.. 1238 3 00 10 cow
1082 2 80
12H4 3 50
1068 2 60
2 feeder.. 1070 3 26
17 feeder.. 1238 8 80
1 cow 920 1 80
17 feeder.. 1072 2 2$
980 1 80
19 feeders.. 1015 3 25
6 feeder.. lo-'t 1 so
Pern ber ton A Co. 8. D.
47 BteerB. ...Utt 8 30
L. COOK B, I).
..10G8 2 60 17 feeder.
E. J. Wllion- -Wvo.
..11.0 2 60 13 steers...
D. D. Borbour Neb.
.. 912 2 30 1 2 cows....
A W. Watklns-Neb.
.9(3 i 26
..1276 I 69
. 998 I 30
. 8X8 1 76
F. R. Phelan Neb.
6 feeders.. 11! 8 45 17 steers.. ..1120 8 10
41 steer.. ..1187 8 05
23 COW 998 2 26
W. A. McCallun-Colo.
30 cows.. ..1001 2 40 2 cows 8 I 00
HOGS Receipt of hog this morning
wer very fair, being a little smaller than
the run for the itmo day last week and
practically th same as the receipts for
the same date one year ago. Trains were
late again today and of the eighty cars re
ceived only a small portion ot them were
In at 10 o'clock. The stuff cam straggling
in all during the morning and as a result
the market was only fairly active. Supplies
according to early repot ts, were fairly
large at all of the other market point, with
a slight decraase-ln prices. At this place
the majority of th stuff wa mad up of
medium and heavy weights, while th light
weight and choice bacon stuff was a liitl
A was the case yesterday light weight
hog wer preferred and buyer wer tak
Ing them up freely and at prices that were
about 2'4c lower than yesterday in most
cases. Most of the light weight butcher
etuff sold at prices ranging from $4 90 to
$4.95, while the medium hogs went st $4.85
to f4.90, making tne prices on that king of
stuff sbout 2VkC lower than yesterday.
Heavyweight hog wer amor plentiful
nd sold at price that were generally
about a nickel lower than those of yester
dav. The bulk of the trading wa don at
$4.66 to $4.90. Representative sale:
At k. r M
aa. la. Pr,
....lit ... 4 4. 11
.... 71 ... 4 40 41.
,...fs ... 4 17
....IU 4 17V,
....141 40 4 rtvt
...1,1 it 1 mi
... 111 10 4 I7V
... t. va 4 itv,
....124 4 17
,...U ... 4 17V7,
t 44 4 17
140 4 Vi
... U4 10 4 17
...Ml IN 4 17
,140 4 en
141 40 4 K
....in Wi 1 a
.....tr 40 4 M
....Ill ... 4 el 10....
11T ... 4 TO 4....
....li 18 IK ti
... J'l 160 4 I M
....lit 10 4 M 44
IM 140 4 f4
t ... 4 M4 "
....Ill 110 4 U ...
Ml l 4 S2S4 1
ITT to 4 U II
Ml tt IS
,....! 1!0 4 45 4 .
7I IB a....
171 W i 71 ...
!7 ... iu 46...
141 ... 4 U 11....
124 W IM II....
171 IN (K 17 ...
t!l 10 4 at 7 ...
Il 40 4 H 4. ...
IM 144 4 H IT....
117 It 4 174 II ...
tie 4 4 rrs 44....
a-4 14 4 17 L, TO...
II 10 4 17 M
.178 120 4
M 4 0
... 4 o
4 4 ?
... 4 wv
ta 4 M
.. 4 M
II 17 44 4 7,
SHEEP Ther was a very small run of
sheep this morning, only about ten cars
belnsr reported In. This Is ths smallest
purr ber of sheep received on a Friday since
September 1, snd It slao Is smaller than the
run for the same day last yar.
Trains wer In In good season this morn
ing, so that most of the sheep wer in ths
barns early in the forenoon. Th she. p
were there In good season and Clivers out
earl lookinf for BtufC aullable for their
slsted for h
purpose, eiit the run eon
most tart of the rommon to med
l n lai ger portion ot th run was maae up
Tsckers Wer out sgatn looking for de
sirable fat sheep suitable fr killing pur
poses, but their rruest for the fat stuff, es
pecially of the more dealrsble kinds, wss
t radically fruitless, as there were no klll
ig sheep on th market to speak of.
There was not enough of th fat kind of
sheep on th market to mak a test of th
Feeders composed th larger portion of
the receipts today and the majority of
those on tha marKct were of the common
and medium grades. There wer no eotin
trv buvar In to speak of and th few that
were In, along with the local buyers, wer
looking for the better grade of stuff, with
th result thst the market on feeder was
dull and uninteresting and on the common
stuff was a little easier than vesterday,
while the choice stuff wa steady. .
tjuctHtions on fat seeep and lambst Owrxi
ta choice lsmhs. 8 -r:.ii; good to choice
yearling wetnr. so e'w. iv, """
' o'd wether. ia.40i.w; gooa 10 cnoni .
i Wf'?-- ...
wuoiniion on ireatr en-i,
Oood feeding lamb. $.(XfiaW; food feed
Ing yesrllnss. tsi"t.tf: ood fe-dlrg weth
ers, $4 7Eir6.5: feeder we. $4 0OS4 60; breed-
In awea. 14.404.76.
IS Wyoming buck
635 Wyoming ewe feeder
94 Wyoming ewe feeder
227 Wyoming ewe feeder
27 Wyoming sw feeder
87 Wyoming ewes
8S3 Wyoming lamb feeder...
1180 Wyoming lamb feeder.
67 natlv lambs
81 native lamb
29 Wyoming ewe
446 Wyoming ewe, feeder...
$53 Utah ewes, feeders
M4 t'tsh lambs, feeder
236 Utah ewe
fct Utah ewe
149 Utah lambs
11 J 2 60
. M 400
8 4 DO
, 83 . 4 90
89 4 40
,94 I 0
, 47 609
81 1 4
99 7 60
, 79 4 00
,77 4 26
W 4 40
,61 6 00
,87 $ a
,48 6 80
CHICAGO LiTB STOCK MARKET
Beat Cnttlo Steady, Other Weak
Hoars Five Cent I .-wer.
CHICAGO, Nov. .CATTLB-neceipts
( h..,i market, best steady: otheri
weak; good to prime steers, $4.60(fj.iO; com
mon to medium, $.1.26(84.60; cows and heifers.
$2.4OT.00; bulls, J.JlMru ; caivea, ti.wu t.v.
"hOGS Receipts, 22.000 head; market 60
lower? aood to prime heavy. 85.16fi4.20: me-
olut" lo good heavy, $5 Ot'ffS.lO; light weight
butrhers', f61M6.30; good to choice heavy,
mixed. 84.0U4)5.90; packing, H8OJfi.00; pigs,
14 (C-J7H. OA
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 15.000
head; market steady; sheep, U0O&6.2&;
Ren r York I Ive Btclc Market.
NEW TORK. Nov. 8 BEEVES Receipts.
2.778 head: sood steers stnady. medium and
commonly extremely dull and lower; fully
, J lotfii; off; bulls and cows dull to lower.
1 Steers. $8 40ifM.n0; oxen and stags, $4.Or6.00;
.. 1 bulls, $2.40iij'3.10; cows, tl.40iip, Cibles
1 quoted live cattle slow at 9Hc to 11c per
j pound; tops, ll,e dressed weight; refrlgar
1 ator beef selling st 8ffiSo per pound; ex-
l ports tomorrow, MS cattle ana 7,zbu quarters
CALVES Receipts, 84 hesd; veal market
dull at $4.00tj8 00; no very choice here;
grassers, $2.7TyfT3.0O: dressed calves, dull;
city dressed veals. 6VS12V4C Pr pound; coun
try dressed, Tifi110 per pound.
SHEEP AND LAM RS Receipts, 4.807
head: sheen market slow: lambs about
steady. Sheep. $3.60i$5.25; culls. $3; lambs.
Ifi fr,7.26; no choice here; culls, 41.60(2. 76;
Canada la bs, $7 0077.1 2H-
HOGS Receipts. 9 82$ head; none on sale;
market nominally Arm.
Kanaaa rtty Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT, Ho., Nor. 8. CATTLE
Receipt. 8,100 head, including 40 south-
. . . -I. I
, 1 tin, iiibi rvri viT-nuT , . r . r r. , 11 1,1, ,--. .
1 than Monday; choice export and dressed
' beef steers, $6.00B00; fair to good, $3.76
! $8.00; western steers, $2.674.40; Btocker
1 and feeder, $2.404.26; southern steers,
$2.404.00; southern cow, $1.75-82.76; na
tive cows, $1.7MT3.75; native heifers, $2.609
4.76; bulls, $3.OrS3.0O; calve, $2.2&300.
JiOGS Receipts. 10.600 head; market
steady to 6c lower; top, $5.00; bulk of
sales, $4 864.95; heavy, $4.908.00; packers,
$4Prrrs.on; 'pigs and lights, $4 7r4.92.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2,60ft
head; market strong; native lambs, $6.60
7.76: western lambs, $5.60ffr7.76; ewes and
yearlings, $4.60153.00; western clipped year
llngb, tB.OOiCfl.OO; western clipped sheep,
$4.266.76; stockers And feeders, $3,759-4.76.
8t. t.nnl Lire Stoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov. 8. CATTLE Re
ceipt, 8,000 head. Including 1,400 head of
Texan; market Bteady; native shipping
anfJ export Myers. 34.406.50; dressed beef
.nd butchers' steers. 82.76(B6.26: steers
unf,er j000 lbs., $3 7084.10; stockers and
feeders. $2.0ryf,.40; cow and heifer. 12 00
wv- $1210; buns, 82.nm8.75;
calves, 2.66?ip.60; Texas a no Indian steer.
$2.00..1.70: cows and heifers. $2.0003.00.
HOG 8 Receipts. 4.600 head: market 60
lower; pigs and lights, $4 9015.00; packers,
f ")-6.06; butchers' and best heavy, $4.90
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.009
head: market strong; native muttons,
$3.0095.00; lambs, $660777.60; culls and
bucks. 3v?)4.F0; stockers, $2.2684.15;
,""" ' "tork M'rWat
1 ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Nov. 3. CATTLE
1 HOGS Receipt" 7. KI head; market
' I n m-1 r llo-nr 1 1
lower: light. 34.8004.90.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1 OIJ
head; market strong; native lambs, $7.60.
tlonx City Lire Itoek Market.
SIOITC CITT. Nor. $.-(Speclal Telegram.)
CATTLE Receipts, 10 head; market
steady; beeves, f4 0ojj6.50; cows, hull snd
mixed, 82 003.25; stockers and feeders, 32.74
A3 85: calves and vearllngs. $2.5053.40.
HOGS Receipts, 8.600 head; market 2H!
6c. lower, selling at $4.76w4.90; bulk of sales,
Stock la light.
Receipts of livestock at tha six principal
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 3,800 4.8W 24,000
Sioux City 100 8.500
Kansas City 8,100 10.600
St. Joseph ... 1.419 7.S81
St. Louis 8.000 4.600
Chicago 8,000 22.000
CoatHtlen of Trade and Quotations on
81 -pie and Fancy Prodaee,
EOGS Candled stuck, lbiiflic.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. 8c: roosters.
$c; tui-heys. Uloc; ducas, 9tfVe; apnng
BUTTER Packing stock, 16o; choice to
fancy dairy, UtflDc; creamery,
Sl'GAR Standard granulated. In bbla.
$6.64 pei' cwt; culi. to. 40 per owt; rut
loaf. I0 86 per cwt; No. 4 extra C, $8 40 pf
cwt.; No. 10 extra C. U.26 ner cwt.: No. U
yellow, $5.20 par U JUIA.A puwderaxt.
$d to per c"
k'HfcSH K1SH Trout. lOSUo: halibut. 13c
buffalo, dressed, 9c; pickerel, dreaaed, V-';
whit bass, dressed, lie; sunnsu. be; pervit,
scaled and dreaaed, 80; pike, lCc; catfish,
13c; red snapper, 16c; salmon, Uo; crapules,
lie: ee'e. ike. bulll'vadx. I lei black iaaaa. v.
whlteflsh, Uo: frog legs, per dos., $oa;
loiMtlci. i.n, iiv. tiuiiea tuostara,
II1K11 rtV, WO. uiuciiBii, J ini,ui, TU.
HAY Prices quoia ov 'jniana ntiiiiun
- ! Hay Deaiiw ' association: No. 1 uplanJ,
$7; m. iHum, $8.0Ou6 60; coartw. $6.
BRAN Per ton. $12.00
OILANGEti-' Valencia, all rises, $3.0OOS.$0;
Florida, all sixes. 3 laflt.Ut
LEMOiNS Leinouiera, extra fancy, 244
alxe. foOo; 8u0 and ou sizes, 66.00.
DAlEcV-Per box ef M '-'C. Pkgs.. $2
Hallowe'en, in Jo-lb. oot. per lb., 6c;
ainut si u Ted, l-lb. paga.. (2.00 Tier COM.
FIGS California, per Jo-lb. carton. UO
tool imuoncu oinyiwa. a-vrowau aae. a
UA NAN AS Per medlum-alsed bunch. 81.7$
04.a; jumbos. i.rnii uu
rEARfc Utan. avicfar and tricars, $2.00,
D Auo, U.ik.
Arr.i.d-in n Davis and winesaps, in
3-bu. bbia., M.au04.i; In ou. baaaeta. 11. On
California Behrliiwar. tl Wl Colorado Jena-
tan and tirinie ouiUeu,, : eus.i. ,
)uu apples, 4.fu por ddl
GRAPHS New York Cen-.-orda, per 8-lb.
bir.at. 22e, Musi ats, per 4-unk?t crat.
II. lo; louays, v-er 4-uaskei ciata. 11. is.
Uol.NLbs-Michlaaii. oer bu.. J 80.
CKANBdHUiCB Laily Uiavus. 60 per
DDI., ueil and ci.erry. sa.ou-
POTATOES New. ne. ou. ioc.
ONluNB ilome-groon 1 allow, red and
white, per bu., &c: bpanlsh, pa. crate, $1 iu,
WAX UtANa-Nl - bu. W'll. 4nHn
(ring bcaLa, per 4-bu box. A74ao.
fafc-ANS Navy. .r bu., A2.ia
CfCl MhLftSPer dos., &e.
CABBAOr-Hunit -grown. 10 crate, per
PEKTS-New. par bu., 70e.
CEI.EuT KalSrnoo, per do., 26c.
SWEET POTATO bit Virginia, pay $-b
bbl., $2 60.
Wholeeaie prices for beef cjta- Rib No,
1. 12Vsc; No. 2. l'o: No. 3. 6c. Hound
No. 1. 7c; No. 2, Vc; No. $, 64u. Loins No.
L 16c; No. i. 1k: Na. 3. 7c. Plat-No.
1 1 S! No. t. 9r; too. fHv Chucka-No.
1 L 41 No. 2, 3c; 8. 80.
HON FT New. per IS lb., $3&0.
C HKK8K- Swiss, new, Uo: Wloon1
brick, 14c; vlcnln limbergir, 18c; twins,
l.Hc, yuunt Anerlcaa, 13"4c.
NUTS Walnut. No. I soft shell, new
crop, per lb. l.tvjc: hsrd shells, per lb,. Kc;
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., lie. Pecans, largo,
per h., lf.c; mall, per lb.. 13c. J'eanuia,
per ft., 7c; respted, per lb.. 60. Chl'l wai
nuts, per lb.. WfilSVc. Almonds, sfl shells,
per lb.. 17c: haid shells, per lb., lfc. Shell
bark hickory nuts, it bu., $1 76; larg
hlrkoiy nuts, per bu . $1.60. Chestnuts. I64
per lb. Cocoanots, $4 00 per sack of lort.
HIDES No. I green. c; N. 8 green. e!
No. 1 salted, lttyci No. 2 esltert. 9e; No. i
veal calf, lie; Ns. 2 veal calf. . are suited,
I9i4e; sneer pelts, &K-$l.09; (tora bidsa,
Eraparatrd Apale aad Dried Fralta.
NEW TORK Nov. 8. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market shows no change; com
mon to good ar quoted at Miv; nearby
prime. TH TSc; prime, H-. f ncv, 9c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRL" ITS Prune
are In good demand for small lots and spot
supplies light with Horn sixes too small to
?uote; prices range from 6Vj for 80-TOs to
Apricots are said to be higher on the
coast, (rat the local spot market Is un
changed, with choice quoted at 8M1H0:
extra choice, 9Mi?c: fancy, 10HHo.
Peaches also are Arm and unchanged, with
extra choir quoted at 10c; fancy, lotiftllc
Raisin are In moderate demand on spot,
with quotations firmly held; loose Muscatel
re quoted at 6'457c; seeded, Htj8"c;
London layer. $l.t0jil.2&.
Otis and Renin.
NEW TORK, Nov. 8.-OIL8 Cottonseed,
firm; prime crude, nominal; prime yellow,
27Hijile. Petroleum, steady; refined, New
lorn. Ii.to: t'nnaaeipnia anu uuunn'
$7.86; Philadelphia and Baltimore, in DUia.
$4.76. Turpentine, stendv, 7:ia72Hc.
OIL CITT. Nov. $.-01LS-Credlt balances
81 L Shipments, 61.008 bbls., average Sv3s
bbls.: runs. November 1. 71,718 bbls. Ship
ment, Lima, 104,827 bbls., average 62.3.4
bbls.; runs, Lima, 42,981 bbls.
SAVANNAH, Nov. l-OIL-Turpentlne,
flROSIN-F1rm; A. B. C, $4.26: D. $4.80; n
a, it., v 11 70. n tiTT, tt It 40: 1. to. OR: ML
I Zr- v. t&so': W Q.. 86.40: W. W.. 86.64.
lasar and Molasses.
NEW TORK. Nov. $.-SUOAR Raw.
quiet; fair refining. 2c; centrifugal, M
test 8c; molaeses surar, 2to. Refined,
quiet; No. 4, 4c; No. T, 8.96c; No. 9, 8.8m-; No.
1, S.SOtv, Uo. 11, 8.7Dc ; No. 12, 3.70c; No. 13,
3C5c; No. 14, 8.65c; confectioners, A, 4.4To;
cutloaf, 5 SOc: crushed, 6.80c; granulated,
4.60c: cubes. 4 R5c.
NEW ORLEANS, Nor. 8,-SUOAR-Msr.
ket quiet: open kettle centrifugal, S 3-lrtoJ
8 6-18c: centrirugal, 8 11-pvii3c; yellow,
8 I-W53 11-K.e; seconds, 2413,0.
MOLASSTS-Open kettle, 2EG32c; een
BYRCP New cane, 25TJ3C
NEW TORK, Nor. 8.-COFFET5 Market
for futures opened steady at a decline of
61SIO points, In response to disappointing
European cables: trading was quiet and,
with very little nearby liquidation, the
market held steady at th Initial decline
closing steady at a net decline of 6'(flt
points; sales wer reported of 136,000 bags,
including December at 6.60iKc; Janu
ary. 465e; March, 6.80yit5.65c; May.
7ifj7.06c; July. 7.16c: September, 7.36c. Spot,
raw, quiet; No. 7 Invoice, 8'4(5Sc.
MICHAELSEN THERE TO STAY
City Electrician Declare Ho Will
Fight for Lower Fire Insur
ance Rates to Last.
"I am In the fight for lower fir In
surance rate to atay, and I am confident
they will be obtained If th people back
me up," said City Electrician Mlchaelsen,
who will address the Commercial club on
the subject Tuesday.
Regarding the reduction announced for
brick and atone business buildings I wlstt
to say it Is a fine one and will amount to
about S3 per cent. It ia good aa far aa
it goea, hut it does not go far enough, be
cause It rsfere to buildings only. Tt seems
strange to me rates on building should
be reduced and ratea on contenta not re
duced. When the companies mak tha
aama concessions on contents w will leave
"I hav not yet had time to run down
th exact facts, but I think It will be
found a large number of the buildings la
Omaha affected by the reduction are not
owned by reside its. If this Is ao, it ia
further evidence that we are paying In
surance rate for Chicago and New Tork.
It look to m a though the eastern people
have got another cut and reap tha ad
vantage, while Omaha citizen do not get
much out of it"
Th electrician has not yet received a
reply to hi demand for th cancellation
Of the two point In local fir rates charged
for "overhead trolleys and feeders."
Financier at Stockholm.
STOCKHOLM, Nov. S.-George W. Per
kins, J. Plerpont Morgan, jr.; Mr. Baring
and other financier arrived her todiy
from St. Petersburg on board the Russian
steamer Olhonna. Mr. Morgan proceeded
Immediately to London. Mr. Perkins re
mains her until Sunday. Mr. Perkins said
that when they succeeded tn chartering th
Oihonna at Helslngfora th strikers tried to
prevent tha vessel from sailing for Bt
Petersburg. Its captain, however, suc
ceeded in eluding them.
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