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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1905.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARIET
wheat IhIm 8tegd at Dtolin it I
Lower v. tfclsi.
wtEK'l FEATURE IS AMERICAN EXPORTS
X'eathep laeettleil ia Argentina
Urcrpool fble gays tarn C'ron
la Soatheastem Rnrope la
Lirirf Tbaa Anticipated.
OMAHA, Nor. 4. 1W6.
Wheat rule steady at a slight decline.
Which started on lower Liverpool cables
and bearish local sentiment. The market
i characteristic of Saturday Reunions. A
frlvate cable from Roeano reported unset
led weather In Argentina. Another fea
ture whicn attracted attention was tha esti
mate of ll.isoiv") bushels for the world s
shipments for the week. Deducting Brad
street's clearances from this leaves but
t.uoo.ota) bust els contributed by other ex
porting countries. Bprlng wheat receipts
under-ran last year by 120 cars and Winni
peg was short 10 cars. December closed at
Wo. May at hasi0 and July at Mra
Corn W8S dull, but steadv. with a dlD
early In the session. The morning's map
- - -- - n w a
Showed fair weather thronehnnt tha belt. I
j , " Y T l
v., . "poneu in i crop in louinnuiern
Kurope turning out better than expected
and It Is thought that the prohibition of
SXDOrta Will hn rnmni.arf ttarli ntitrt vaur
Iecember cloned at 46c, old December at
4Syi4c, Mtty and July at iUV
. Oats were quiet on a light trade. Tha
bull position Is not changed In any lm-
portaut detail. December cloned at 3otji
loftc. May at 32Hc and July at Sl'ic.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,106,000
bushels and shipments 873,(K) bushels
against receipts last year of 1,OK8,000 bushels
ra snipmenis or SiU.uoo bushels, corn re
ceipts were 4X6,000 bushels and shipments
W1.000 bushels, against receipts last year
of 239.000 himhcia n,i .hinmi. r,t (, i
bushels. Clearances were 135,000 bushels of
corn. I70mi h,,.i,i. ... .. I
m . . . I
iiour equal to a4,0U0 DUHhels. I
Liverpool closed VsMtd lower on wheat
and unchanged tn Uri hiirhsr r,n Knm.
Broomhall estimates the world's wheat
hlpments for Monday at 11,200,000 bushels,
of which Kurope will take ,60,0o0 bushels,
Actual shipments last week were 12,128.000
ousneis, and those of a year ago 13,04o,0o0
High prices were nniri fnr corn In all nnal. I
tlons at the seaboard and at western ship-
ping points yesterday. Spot at New York
was equal to 62!c at Chicago, i Other Chi-
cago equivalents were 4o to load November
2s, 47c to load December 1, 45c to load Jan-
up.ry 27. Peoria offered corn for next week's
shipment equal to 47Ho Chicago.
Omaha Cask sales.
..njjiaAr-xno. i nard. 1 cars. 82c: 1 car.
Be; No. 3 hard, 6 cars, 80c; 2 cars, 79Vic;
cars, 79c; 4 cars, 78c; No. 4 hard, 1 car,
774o; 1 car, 16c; 1 car. 76c.
CORN N. S, i cai, -io&c; No. 3 yellow.
OATS No. S white, 1 car. 28c.
RYE No. S, 1 car, 6c.
Umaha Cask Prices.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, 82ig3c: No. 3 hard,
78r(ir)0c; No. 4 hard, 7T7!H4c; No. 2 spring.
CORN No. 3, 46c; No. 3 yellow. 47c; No.
a wnue, ic.
OATS No. 3 mixed, 27c; No. 3 white,
28Hc; No. 4 white, 27Vf28o.
RYE No. 2, 67f(i8c; No. 3, 64S6Gc.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
8t. Louis ...
CHICAGO GRA1X A.D
Features of this Trading and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade,
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Lower prices for
wheat at Liverpool had a weakening effect
today on the market here. At the close
wnoat lor May delivery was "Off c. Corn,
oats ana provisions ars practically un
Tho wheat market was Inclined to weak
ness the entire day. At the opening ths May
option was off Watic to k.fu'.a at Km1ffl.11.
December was down (So to ao at S8
vsa'c. me initial aecune rouowea cable-
frrams telling of a weak feeling manifested
n the wheat market at Liverpool. There
Was llttlft In thu WAV tt nw hara t r rr.. u t m
Interest. As a result the volume of trading
for the day was small. Commission houses
were the principal sellers early in the ses.
ion. A leading bull was credited with mod
erate sales of the December delivery
w..v . a in, acurillUTL Ul ll 1 T I J . I
Throughout the sessions prices fluctuated
witnm a range 01 c. for May the lowest
point of the day was reached at 89-Sc. De
cember sold off to 88c. During the last
few minutes of trading there was a slight
spurt on the reported chartering of vessels
here to shin to Buffalo 260,000 bushels of
io. 3 rea winter wneat. The market, now
ever, closed easy, with May at sg-XNSSic
Final quotations on December were at 88c,
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 848.000 bushels. Primary receipts were
1,108,000 bushels, compared with 1.1H8.000
bushels a year ago, Minneapolis, Duluth
and Chicago reported receipts of 776 cars,
gainst 884 cars last week and 784 a year
Veakness of wheat had a depressing ef
fect on the corn market early in the ses
sion. Slight declines occurred on moderate
selling by commission houses, later, how
ever, the loss was all regained on demand
from bull leaders. A temporary lull in ex
port demand was a bearish Influence. Re
ports of damage by wet weather had a
strengthening effect. The market closed
steady, with prices at about the highest
point of ths day. December opened Q
lower at 45c, sold between 4oo and Vtj
4c and closed at 4tvc. May ranged be
tween 4ic and 4tiiit 4tVc and closed at
4tic. Local receipts were 290 cars, with 12
of contract grade.
Sentiment In the oats pit was bearish as
a result of the weakness of wheat. The
volume of trading was very small, buying
being confined chiefly to pit traders. Cash
and export demand showed signs of abate
ment. December opened ''4c. lower at 3"lc,
sold up to SJ'o and closed at m
1 Aita rMPPlnta were 271 cars.
Provisions were n-asler on selling of .la rd
bv a leading piu'ker. Predictions or a un
oral run of hoas for next week caused some.
what of a hearlsh feeling among pit trailers.
At the close May pork was unchanged at
Iizii.v.. laHru was on aw- si o.o. xvn
van down a shade at 10.72.
f-'.mlmatpil roiilnts for Monday: Wheat,
234 cars; corn, J." cars; oats, 4:W cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. I Open. High. I Low. Close. Yes'y
4o tH V
4.r.V 4K 46
46! 4H 46f! V4
80 I 30
SO 30 i'ii,W,flH
31 Wj 31 "
IS 42S 12 50
12 62 12 67Vi
15 47U 12 M
U tcva! 13 7Vs!
6 la) (:
6 96 96
6 4714! 50
6 721 I 72H'
No. 2. tOld. JNew.
Cssh ouotstlons ranged as follows:
FIH'R Steady; winter patents, 14.tKU
4 20: winter struiKhts. 13.7oi 4(: spring i-t.
ents, 14.0iii435; spring straights, tVJ.tioijl.uO;
bukcrs. 12.20li3. SO.
WHEAT No. 2 spring. 7'tfc: No. 1
spring. 85HiS7c; No. 2 red, oh'(iS)jc.
CPItN No. 2. 60c: No. 2 yellow, 63c.
OATS No. 2, 3iiSI4.c; No. t while, 31&
12c; No. S white. 'u31C
RY K No. 2. 72c.
B A R 1 Ai Y Good feeding, 39c; fair to
choice limiting, 434i60c.
8KEPS No. 1 flux, 3c; No. 1 northwest
ern. Prime timothy, 13.30. Clover, con
trHct gisde. 113 ;5.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., 1187
till W. iJtrd, lr hJ lbs., iv7(li7.(l0. Short
lilts sides (1ooh-, 17.12'u7.26; short clear
sides tboxed), 17.127.25.
rVllowlng were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
.. 14, r
u4 i t
On tho Produce exchange today the but
t-r market was strong to steady; cream-
cries. 17Vi'22c; duirles. 17HJV. F.ggs,
it nil : at mark, rami Included. Hoc; tirats,
22c; prime flrBts, 24c; ealraa, 26c. Cheese,
Dnlntk Uraln Market.
DIXITII, Nov. 4-WHEAT-To arrive:
No. I hnrd, 6oc; No. 1 northern. S4r. On
Uok: No. 1 northern, 84' ac; No. 1 northern.
4'4ci dunim, No. 1. 7Ho; No. S, "Hc; De
cemlier, M-Wc; M, 8ic.
OATH To arrive and on track, I9',io.
HEW TOHK OKM'.RAIi MARKET
Qaotatlons at Ike Par oa
NEW TOHK. Nov. 4 -FLOUR-Recelpts,
4 SofrfliW: Minnesota bakers , jj.ttuii.w;
spring patents. M i"; winter patents, H.lbAt
4.85; winter straights, $4 M4 15; winter ex
tras, t2.2fiHt2 .85; winter low grades, $2.7fc'tf
I. Rye hour f!rm; line to good, l4.OJVU-4.lo;
choice to fancy, $4.1od4.30. Buckwheat
flour firm; 2.1(ij2.20 spot and to arrive.
HL'tKWHKAi-steady; delivered iew
tOHNMEAiy-nrm; nne white ana yel
low, ll.2ul.30; coarse, tl.l(jl.l8; kiln dried,
Rl E Steady: No. I western. Toe c. I. I.
BARLKi-Quiet: feed ng. 42Uc c. I. f.
New York; malting, 61 c. I. f. New York.
W ri fc.Ai Receipts, 8.000 0U.1
Hill 010 K. . . n .. . Vn O -
M'So elevator and 9.ic f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, l,c f. o. b. afloat; no. 1
northern Manitoba, lc afloat. There was
a decided drop In wheat prices this morn
ing from lack of bull support, weak cables,
a break In Minneapolis and liquidation.
After a slight late rally on covering tha
market closed quoted a to Ho net lower;
December M 6-lfe96 1-lfic, closed &i4c.
CORN Receipts, 86,676 bu.; exports, 15.108
bu. ; No. I yellow and white, 64c. Option
au - a A v as M rw miva n in l v. irtv. k'nv la
a rU &t ..... - .k.. hk
mni nr a, n I is urj iicbuici J it i aa, u , a.i- ivo
and covering of May shorts, closing net un
changed; December closed 6Sc; January,
MVjc; May, bZm2c, closed 62c.
OATa Receipts, 126,700 bu. ; exports, 7X3
bu.; spot market firm; mixed oats, 2(t to
lbs.. Sac: natural white. 80 to 82 lbs.. 304J
87Hc; clipped white, 16 to 40 lbs., 37f3c.
mbu-rirni; spring bran and middlings,
$17.10 prompt shipment; city, 18.0022.5O.
HAY Steady; spring, 60c; good to
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
1906, 15522c; 1)4, !Mi20c; olds, 810c; Pa
rlMc coaat, 1806, 12ifl6c; lo4, 12iQ13c; olds,
"" fi- V m: waiveston, w to ss ins.,
c ; Callfomlu, 21 to 2o lbs.. 20c: Texas dry.
M, ,Ib" '18.1ic-
I.EATH KR 1 rm : acid. 2627c.
DDmrTatnvo 1 1 i -. V ,,
iwioiv.o dti qmn; luuiiiy, tii.wu'
,2'R0! bef,f hams, 21.00(u'22.60; packet, l0.6iti
11 SO; extra India mess. SlT.oOfti 18.50. Cut
meats quiet; pickled hams, 18.259.75. Lard
barely steady; western steamed, $7.S5fg'7.46; !
refined quiet; continent, 17.70; South Amer- j
lra' 8.S5; compound, S5.6fWrifi.75. Pork barely
eteaay; ramny. Ii7.6owm.oo; Short clear,
I14 00tff'16.25; mess, 16.75fffl.0O.
TALLOW Dull: cltv. 414c: countrv. 4Hif2
HICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
3Vac; Japan nominal.
POT'LTRT Live, quiet; western, chlok-
ens, 10c; fowls, 11c; turkeys. 14c; dressed,
weak; western chickens, 15c; turkeys,
14(&20c: fowls, gisc.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 4. WHEAT De
cember, 797,4c; May, 8174c: cash. No. I. 823
84Vc; No. 8, 80(&82c; No. 2 red, S9(&90c; No. 3,
Miyeac. receipts, iti cars.
CORN Higher: December. 4H4c: May.
41Hc for new; cash, No. 2 mixed, 4uc; No. 8,
434c; No. 2 .white. 48-49c.
uats unchanged: No. 3 white. 3031c:
No. 2 mixed. 294j294c.
HAY Firm; choice timothy, X10.7512.25;
choice prairie, l9.OiHti9.25.
it x K oteaoy ; 6WriiAc.
EOGS Higher :Missourl and Kansas, new
No. 2 whitewood cases Included, 21: case
count, 19c; cases returned. He less.
BUTlbK-rlrm; creamery. Zlc: racking.
Wheat, bushels 151.000 84.000
Corn, bushels 74,000
Oats, bushels 39,000
The range of price na.d In Kansas City
as reported by the Edwards-Wood com
pany, 110-111 Board 01 Trade building, was:
Articlesl Open. High. I Low. Close. Yes'y.
Dec... 79ffiH 79 79 79 79
May... 81-6 81 81 81 81
Dec... 41 41 41 41 41
May... 41 41.- 41 41 41
Dec... 28 29 28 287 294
May... 80 30 29 29 30
May... 12 62 12 57 12 52 12 56 12 65
Jan... U 37 13 37 12 3 U 37 12 37
Jan.... 7S 175 173 76 (77
Jan.... 6 42 6 42 6 45
St. Lovls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 4. WHKAT Lower:
' ' .uu, u.aa, v. wi'.i , WTguw. ri., "-vb,
83(j94c; December, 86c; May, 80c; No. t
CORN Lower: No. 2 cash. 50c:' track.
61c; old December, 43cg43c; May, 44j$
FLOUR Steady: red winter patents.
I4.20t4.36; extra. fancy and straight, U'&j
416: clear, I2.90ifi3.10.
BKED Timothy, 2.60(g3.00.
CORNMEAL Steady; .).
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 65(iJfi7o.
HAY Steady: timothy. W.OOu 14.00; prai
IKON CO'l'TON TIES 11.00.
HEMP TWINS 80.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: jobbing.
114.76. Lard, steady: prime steam, $6.80.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra short,
17.75; clear ribs, 38.00; short clears, 38.26.
Bacon, steady: boxed extra short. Is.&O:
clear ribs, 38.76; short clear, $9.00.
OAT8 Steady: No. 2 cash, SOc: track. 31c:
December, 30c; May, 31c; No. Z white,
POULTRY Lower: chickens. 7-ttc:
springs, 7tfj9c; turkeys, lltg'12c; ducks.
10c: geese, sc.
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 19 0 24c:
dairy, lH& Jlc.
txiUB Bteaay, lya, case count.
riour, Dnis .imi
W heat, bu 62,000
Corn, bu, 47,000
Oats, bu 64,000
Minneapolis Uraln Market.
(Superior Quotations for MlnneaDolls de
livery). The range of prices, as reported
by the Edwards-Wood (jrain company, 110
111 Board of Trails building, was:
Articlesl Open. I High. I Low. Close. Yes'y.
Wheat! J I I
. Dec...83HM S4 1 3W 83TJ S4'4
May...o7ml8 88 87, S75 88
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, Wrc; No. 1 northern, 86c; No. 2
northern, 83Wc; No. J, SfiKc No. 1
Durum, 77Vc; No. ! Durum. 7oiii765T
Corn: No. 3 yellow, 52Vo. Oats: No. 1
white, 28'; No. S, 27S-. Barley, 37i48c.
Rye, 6Va671e. Fla, 977.fi98Vi to arrive.
Mllvrankea Uraln Market.
MILWAl'KEB. Nov. 4 W 1 1 EAT Mar
ket steady; No. 1 northern, 89c; No. 2
northern, 8iMK7c; December, 88c, asked.
RY13 Firm; No. 1. 73c.
BARLEY Steady: No. 2. 65c: sample. 38
CORN Sarong: NO. S. 64c: May. 46'4C.
PEORIA, 111., Nov. 4. Steady; new No.
3 yellow, 46o; now No. 3, 4"ic; new No. 4,
464i4fic; new no grade. 43c,
OATS Unchanged ; No. S white,
No. 4 while, 29t2Sie.
WHISK Y 11.30.
Liverpool Uraln Market.
IJVERPOOL, Nov. 4.-WHEAT-Spot,
firm; No. 2 red winter. 6s 7d. Futures,
quiet; December, 7s 8d; May, 7s.
CORN Spot, steady: American mixed,
6sld; January, 4s6d; March, 4s 4d.
OH and Rosin.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4.-OII.S Cottonseed,
firmer; prime crude, nominal; prime yellow,
27'u2!ic. Petroleum, steady: refined New
York, 17.70; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
17 65; Philadelphia and Baltimore, In bulk,
14.75. TuriM-nllne, steady, 72c.
ROSIN- Steady; strained, common .o
OIL CITY. Nov. 4 OILS Credit balances,
11.61: shipments. 97.608 bbls.: averfr. 69.2
bbls.; runs, 66.844 bbls.; average, 69.258 bb!s.
Sliipments Lima, oh. 746 bbls.; average, 66.
bbls.; runs Ijina, 36.928 bbls.; average, &,6
SAVANNAH, Nov. 4.-OIL-Turpentine.
stead v; sah-s, 445 Mils.
ROSIN Firm, yuote: A, B, C. 14.25: D.
14 3o: K. 14 4604 60; G. 14 75: H. 4.u: I. 14 80:
M. 15.20; N, 4.s: WO, 15.45; WW, 16.65.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4 COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at a decline of
611 10 nolnta under lower European cables.
somewhat larger Increase In the world's
visible supply than expected, large esti
mates by tne leading Braaillan authority
of the recelnts for November and the lib
eral receipts reported by the day's cables.
The close was steady, net unchanged to 6
points higher. Sules were reported of 31 JO
luigs, including December at 6 5c 56c;
Murcb. .5oi6.5c; May. CkVit7.10c; July.
7.i(k'; September, 7.3i"ir7.c; October. 7.3iW
7.40c. Sixt Rio, steady; No. I Invoice,
NEW Ml STOCKS AND BONDS
8peoulaton 6hckd by lank ItaUmiit
Wkiob Agrtu witk Ettimatei.
SHARP BREAK IN PRICE OF STOCKS
C'loslasr Tone of Market
Easy an Slight Rally Da
to Hasty Prollt
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-Th bsnk state
ment today, for the first time in many
weeks, agreed with preliminary estimates
based on the known movement of money
and on other fnctors. For that reason an-
parently as much as for any other it came
caused a break in prices of stocks. The
forces at work for the depletion of bank re
serves were notorious during the week and
the excited speculation in stocks gave an
obvious indication of expansion of loans,
hut operators have come to rely on a mod
ified bank statement to save the appear
ances of conditions. Yesterday's rise in call
money rates to per cent was a confirma
tion of the situation. -
The banking situation was, however, al
most Ignored today up to the time of the
appearance of the weekly statement on the
stock market tape. The response In the
market was Immediate and the closing tone
was easy, after a slight rally caused ny
hasty profit-taking on the part of bears In
the board room. The surslus reserve of the
banks la cut down by .the week's operations
io.076,60, bringing it to a meagre iz,x4,2Yi.
The heavy interior requirements for cur
rency have reduced the cash in the banks
some 17,406.100, thus effectively dissipating
the speculative hope tbat the turn In the
Interior currency movement had set In in
favor of liew York. Yesterday's sharp rise
in open market discounts at Berlin was
followed today by an advance In the offi
cial rate of discount of the Imperial Bank
of Uermany from 4 per cent to 6 per cent.
and there was a sharp drop In sterling ex
change at Berlin, further marking the pres-
. . . . .
sure on mat money marKet. 1 ne aavanun
in the bank rate in the middle of the bank
week In Itself marks an unusual situation.
Sterling exchange and the money markets
in New York were nominal, as is usual on a
Saturday, but the tone was firm and there
was growing expectation tnat goia wouia
ao out next week
Today's early stock market showed violent
speculative advances In a number of com
paratively obscure specialties. Reading was
under pressure and sold at one time 4 points
below last night, closing only a iraction
above the lowest. The loan expansion by
the hanks of 1,45,000 was attributed for
the most part to the speculation of the week
In the stock market, and bankers made
little dlsaulse of their satisfaction with
the check administered to the stock market
Total sales of bonds, par value, $2,106,000.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
chanae ranaed as follows:
Hales, wgn.ixiw. ciose.
Amal. Copper ...
Am. Car & F
Am. Cotton Oil...
Am. H. & L. pfd.
16.300 83 82 82H
1.800 404 40 40
100 100 100 10014
15,800 33 34
100 230 230
Am. Linseed OH
100 17Vi 17'4
do Pfd i.. 39i
Am. Locomotive 28,900 71 68H 68s
do pfd 114
Am. Smelt. & Refng. 18,300 141 139 139
1.400 12C 125 125
Am. Sugar Refng..
3,500 142 141 141
14,400 107 106 1"6
Am. Tob. pfd ctf
Anaconau. fii. 10
Atlantlo Coast Line.
Brooklyn R. T
Canadian Pacific ...
Central of N. J
4,800 88 87 87
4"0 103 103 103
500 101 lti0 161
1,200 112 111 111
100 97 87 97
13.000 76 76 75
22,800 174 173 174
100 224 224 224
Ches. & Ohio 1,010
Chi. ft Alton 800
Chi. Gt. Western
Chi. & N. W
C, M. A St P
1,700 21 21
100 221 221
8,900 180 . 179
SOO 17 17
Chi. Term. & T
C, C., C. & St. L
Colo. Fuel ft Iron....
Colo, ft Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
4,300 186 183 184
300 14 14 14
Del. & Hudson
D., L. ft W
Den. A Rio O
do pfd ....a
600 86 SE
200 45 46
72,000 60 49
1,400 82 81
700 74 73
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
900 l!i 1W1
Hopkins Vallev 500
Illinois Central 900 179
Inter. Paper 3" 22
do pfd 600 m
178 "A 1784
400 ESVi 67 67SI
2,900 151 160 150
100 16 166 16S
8" 78 78 78
6,900 122 121 121
600 24 23 24
200 81 81 80
100 188 138 137
4,900 36 35
100 60 (& 69
1,100 62 60 61
2,900 151 150 150
1,600 66 64 64
1.400 86 86 85
1.000 98 97 97
700 49 48 48
17,100 142 141 141
(00 104 104 104
K. C. Southern
t-ouls. & Nashville...
Met. St. Ry
Minn, ft St. L
M., St. P. A S. 8. M..
M., K. ft T
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y., O. ft W
Norfolk ft Western..
t peonle's Gas .
. v r . -C. r St. I,
rressea Hieei tar....
Pullman Palace Car.
do 1st pfd
do 2d nfd
Republic Steel 1,200
do pro j,dii
Rock Island Co 6,2o0
St. L. & S. F. 2d pfd.. 1,0
Bt. L011I8 8. VV
Southern Pacific ..
Southern Railway.... 1.700
Tenn. Coal & Iron
Texas A, Pacific...
T.. Bt. L. A V....
r. s. kx
XT. 8. Realty
V. S. Rubber
do 1st pfd
IT. 8. Steel
18,400 87 87
Va. -Carolina Chem... 16,800 35
1,700 108 106
Western I'nion ....
W. A. U K
Central Leather ...
2t Z2K 21
m a4 2
a. it a
Total sales for the day, 691,400 shares.
London Closiac Stocks.
LONDON. Nov. 4 Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were as loiiows:
Conaola, money ....
Baltimore A Ohio..
Canadian Pacific ...
Chea. A Ohio........
Chicago Gt. W
C. M. A St. r
Ueuker A R. Q
do lat pfd
do Id pld
Louisville A Nash..
M. , K. A T
. Sk N. T. Central 155
. It Norfolk A W a
. 4 do pfd V
. ao Ontario A W 4t
.104 Pennsylvania It
.Hi Rand Mlnea I
.171 Heeding TO
. ftli ao lac pro ta
. Hi a, 1 do Id pfd 61
.lee ISouthera Hallway ... M
. II I do pfd lot
at Southern Parlftc 71
11 Union PaclOo IU
. It 'a
C. 8. Steel.
do pfd ...
do pfd ...
SILVER Bur. firm, 2$ 11-164 per ounce
MONEY 2i4 per cent.
'ine late nt discount in the open market
for short bills Is 4-84 per cent; for three
months puis, t per cent.
t'leariaar Hons Averages.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4 The statement of
averages of tha clearing housa banks of
this cltv this week slio a surplus reserve
of 12.3M.275. a decrease of llo.o'.C 00O. The
statement roiiows: Loans, II bft.272.4iiO; In
crease. H4.4.:.3.tJ. Deposits. 11.uu2.778.5oO: In
creaee, fKXM.200. Circulation. M.i ; de
crease. .31.6iW. Igal tenders, T6 uM.loO,
decrease. I1.M06. Spade, l),464 .duo; de
crease, 15 b'M m. Reaerve, 1X6 fVis.Kijo; d
fersaaa, ts.4ua.lou. KtHservo rsqulrsd, tvdi.-
. . , . 2:t0
i.2R: Increase, l2,Tn."wi0. (turphis. CSM.-
17ft; decrease. iio,o,,s,. Ex-vnited tttates
deposits, 4,491,676; decrease, $10,009,725.
York Money Market,
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. MONKI-On call.
nominal; no loans. Time loans, steady; So
nd 90 days, 4V5 per cent; 6 months, 44jt
PKlMhJ MU.KI.An 1 ll.lii rAttK 6tfl&
POTt:RLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 14 (.
fa4 8676 for demand and at 34.8316((4.8325 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates, M.84 and
4.87; commercial bills, l4.82&4 82.
SILVER Bar, 63c; Mexican dollars, 4So.
BONDS Government, steady: railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
U, 8. rf. ta, ng
Jspia , Id series
...1024 do 4-4. ctu
...lMVt, So 2d urle
...)ul4 LAN mil. 4a...
...KM ManhsttiD. 0. f. 4t
...1M Mm. Central ..,
...ISIiH do lat Ino
...1JJH Minn, tk St. L. 4a.
r. I. Sa. rat...
V. S. 01a 4a, rag
(1. naw 4a, rag
to a.. K. A T. a..
.116 do Is
.loava N. R. R. of M. a
. 4 N. Y. C. t 14a.
.101H N. t. c. a, (a...
.libH No. Paclta 4a
. do U
AU-hlaon gen. 4a..
do adj. 4a
Atlantlo C. U 4a..
bl. A Ohio 4a....
Brk. h. T. e. 4a..
. Mti N. A W. . 4a...
Central of Oa. 6a. ...114
o. 8. L. rids. 4a
do lat loo
do 2d Ino
do M Inc
a Pann. on. i'tt wi
. a innniDl gen. ta in
. It 'hi. L. A 1. M. c. la-.U&l.
.lutti St. L. a 8. '. t. 4a. i
. !- Su L. 8. W. c. 4a....
Ches. Ohio 4a.
Chicago A. fVta.
C, B. A Q. n. ta.
C, R. 1 i P. ta.
.nria nvBuoara A. Ia aa
. to Bo. Pacltki 4a
. tlW do lat ta ura....
do col. ia.
CCC. 8t. U i. 4a..l'M'-. 80. Railway 6a...,
vol. ina. m, aories A 74 .Taxaa 4t P. li
do sarlaa R.
T , St. U A W. 4a.
Colorado Mid. 4.
Colo. A 80. 4a..
union PaclOo 4a...
do conv. 4a
V. 8. Steel td ta.
D. A R. O. 4a...
Dlatlilera' 8eo. ta W do dab. B...
Erie prior lien ta 102 wm.ru Mil. ta..,.
no (en. 4a to w. ft L. B. 4a....
Hocklns Val. 4V4B 111. Wla. Central
Japan a av
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON. Nov. 4.-Call loans. MwU ner
cent; time loans, 4jja per cent. Oillclat
quotations on stocks and bonds were as
Atchlaon adj. 4a M Allouei Wi
" 4a m Amalxamated tult.
Mex. Central 4a..
.. 7V4 American Zinc
.. 7 v. Atlantlo Ki
. .lOJSt biugham Iltt
..t67 I ;!. Heels 476
'Boston A Albany
Boalon A Maine..
..l.S Centennial t
Hoalon Elevated .
. .IBS copper Ranga ..
..143 IDaljr Weat
Fltchburg pfd ...
a uomtnion uoai
N. V., N. H. A H....toa 'Franklin
t'nlon Partite iiju nnh.
-Amar. Arga. chem.. 84 il.le Royaie
. J I Maaa. Mlnius
Amer. Pneu. Tube
Amer. T. A T....
Amer. Woolen ...
Dominion 1. A 8.
Edison Elec. Illu.
General Klectrto .
Maaa. Glectrlc ...
.. 1 Michigan
..199 Mont. C. A C.
..136 Old Dominion ..
. . 4D4 Oaceola
United Copper .
U. 8. Mlnius...
107 I'. 8. Oil
Lnlted 8ho aoMauh... 711
North Butte ....
do pfd m
V. 8. Steel S7i
do Pfd ....lot
Weatlug. common ... U
Kerr York Mining: Stocks.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4,-Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
Adams Con ...
Little Chief ..
.nail Hopea .
Con. Cai. A Va...
Le&dvllle Con ...
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4-Today's sute
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 1160,000,000 gold
cacivc, snows; AvauaDie casn balance,
1136,219,723; gold coin and bullion, 178,386 914:
gold certificates, 147,798,990.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Quotations oa
Staple and Fancy Produce.
BOGS Candled stock. 16rsir
LIVE POULTRY Hens SUi rnn.t. r.
turkeys, lftg-'loc; ducks, 99c; spring cti'ick-
BUTTHR Packing "stock, 15c; choice to
iCy 01 y 18(s19c: creamery,' a6ac;
SUGAR Standard granulated, in bbls.,
vni., I'uuen, eo.eu per cwt.; cutloar
tb.85 per cwt. ; No. 6 extra C, 16.40 per cwt. ;
NO. ill Priru 1 ' n, .... H . x- , t . ,,
15.20 per cwt.; XXXX powdered, 16.20 per
FRESH FISH Trout, lOQllc; halibut, 13c
bufTalo, dressed, 9c: pickerel, dressed, 6c
WhlfA IB MM A FOUSaH 1 1,. mi, n e aK li . 1.
scaled and dressed, 8c; pike, 10c; catrSshT 13o;
red snapper, 10c; salmon, 11c; crapples, 12c;
eels. 18c; bullheads, 11c; black bass, 26c;
whitefish, 12c: frog legs, per doi.. 35c: lob
sters, green, 27c; boiled lobsters, Joe; shad
J'. ,.!...H.,V , c . 1 a..
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
riay ueaiers' association: No. 1 upland, $7;
meuium. ec.wio.ou; coarBQ, o.
BRAN Per ton, 112.
ORANGES Valencia, all sixes, 15.0O4ji5.5O;
Florida, all sixes, 13,75 fi 4.00.
LlSMUNS-Lemoniera, extra fancy. 240
size, i suo ana sou sizes, .
DATES Per box of 30 1-lb. Dkxs.. 1?
Hallowe'en, in 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6c;
walnuts, stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs., 12 per dos.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton. TbCamc:
Imported Smyrna. 4-crown. 12c: 6-crown. 14c.
jSALyArtAa per medium-sized bunch. 11.76
Ui.a: juinuos, z.bO(yj.uu.
PEARS Utah, Kiefers and Vicars. 12; Da
An go, 12. T5.'
APPLES Ben Davis and WInesaps, In
1-bu. bbls.. 13.504.00: In bushel baskets, 21
California Belltiowers, 11.60; Colorado Jona
than and Grimes' Uoiaen, 12.0013z.1u; iew
York apples, 14.60 per bbl.
UKAflin-new xors. concorus. per 0-10,
banket. 22c: Muscats, per 4-basket crate.
11.76; Tokays, per 4-basket crate, i..o.
juiitrj Micnigan., per du.. j.ovi.
CRANBERRIES Early Braces, 18.50 per
bbl.; Bell and Cherry, 18.60.
POTATOES New. uer bu.. 60c.
ONIONS Home-grown yellow, red and
white, per bu., 6jc; spanisn, per crate, si.tu.
w ax MHiAiNB rer -ira. imBsei, jjii.wu
string beans, per -bu. box, 2oiic.
BEANS Navy, per du., z.ou.
CUOUMBEHS-Per dos.. 25c.
CA BBAGE Home-grown; In crates, per
BEETS New, per bu., 70C.
CELERY Kalamazoo, per doz., 2ftc.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per 1-bu.
Wholesale prices for beet outs: Ribs No.
1, 12c; No. 2, 8c; No. S, 5c. Round
No. 1. 7c; Nq. 2, 6c; No. 3, 60. Loins No.
1, 15c; No. 2, 10c; No. 3, 7c Platea No.
1, 8c; No. 2, Sc; No. 1, 20. Chucks No.
a, 4c; no. 2, sc; INO. 1, SC.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs.. 13.50.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 15c: Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin liinburger, 13c; twins,
12c; young Americas, iac.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, pel" lb., 13c; hard shells, per lb., 12o;
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., 11c. Pecans. large,
per lb., 15c; small, per id., 13c. i-eanuis,
-.. ik 7A. . , ..a iK rhiii wal
nuts, per lb., 1 13c. Almonds, soft shells.
per lb., 17c; hard shells, per id., 10c. sneii
bark hickory nuts, per bu., 11.75; large
hickory nuts, per 'bu., 1160. Chestnuts, 15c
per lb. Cocoanuts, 14.00 per sack of 109.
HIDES No. 1 green, 9c; No. 2 green, 8c;
No. 1 salted. 10c; No. 2 salted. c; No. 1
veal calf. 11c; No. 2 veal calf, c; dry
salted, 7& 14c; sheep pelts, 26ciitl.0O; horse
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK, Nov'. 4. '-EVAPORATED
APPLES The market continues firm and
sales are reported of prime apples on spot
at oc; common to good are quoted at
6c, nearly prime at 7yc, prime at &o
and choice at 9c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are still in moderate demand on spot and
with stocks light prices are firmly held at
from 6c to 7c. according to grade. Apri
cots are unchanged; choice are quoted at
8iri9c, extra choice at 9ijj9c and fancy
at 104;llc. Peaches are In light supply on
spot and quotations are firm; extra choice
are quoted at 10c and fancy at loe.
Raisins show up fresh features; loose Mus
catels are quoted at 6'-7o, needed at
6UUo and Loudon layets at fl.asrfi.25.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. -METALS Thsra
was no change of importance in ths metal
market and trading was generally quiet In
the abHence of cables. Spot tin was quoted
at 32.9tlj33.00. I-ake copper la more or less
nominul at !16.87U'1&76. electrolytic at 116.25
616 62 and casting at 116 'd 16.37. Lead
is firmly held at 16.15 to arrive, while spot
quotations, range ui to 15 30 Spelter Is
quiet and unchanged at !6.Ux.26. Iron Is
reported in good demand and price rule
ST. UH'18, Nor. t-Utd, Arm. 16.15;
speller, dull, 16.00.
OMAIIA LITE STOCK MARKET
Iftrt Oattlt Tkan Unal fr Lut Vty
f the Wk.
HOGS ACTIVE AND JUST ABOUT STEADY
No Sheep or Lambs In Slant to Make
Test of Market Trade Good (or
Week F.xoept oa the Common
to Mediant Llaht Lambs.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nor. 4, 1908.
Cattle. Hoars. Sheep.
... 1.398 8,104 83.17
... 8,n . 6.21 13.7M
... 8.862 7,222 10.270
... t.847 4. 17.497
... 8,798 6.476 2,430
... 1.060 I.8U0
Ofl'dal Monday ....
Official Tuesday ..
Official Thursday ..
Official Saturday .,
Total this week SS.5B0 S0.8fi9 4.770
Total Inst week 84.M9 S4,4o2 82.089
Same we-k before Jl.OnO 2.6n6 79.635
Same three weeks ago.. 28.974 27,437 oB,736
fiame four weeks ago.. ..86,210 24,294 103.24S
Same week last year.... 26,182 82.816 67.474
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the recelnts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
mo year 10 uate, comparing with last year:
-IQilK 1VU Inc.
fattle 865.037 7X7.512 77.535
Hogs 1.9H4.954 1.920.644 44.310
8hep 1,689,033 1,521,372 167.661
The followlnr tAhlA ihni'i tha averasre
price of hoas at Routh Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
1806. 11904. 11903. 11902. 11901. 11800. 11899.
4 721 4 M
i 071 6 031 92
6 131 6 071 1 82
17 6 1R 8 70
6 14 (6
6 09 6 221 I 6
SO! 15 20 1 6 71
4 931 6 081 251
4 87U 8 Oil K 18 1 fi 61
! 4 13
4 581 4 18
4 64 4 10
I 4 92 1 4 951 5 081 51
4 98 4 97
4 94 I I 4 92
6 69 ! 6 72
4 93 4 91 4 97
4 841 4 4 e I
4 891 4 831 4 99:
4 871 4 861 4 87
I 4 90 4 79
Indicates Sunday. v
The official lumber of ran of tnck
brought In today by each road was:
J., m. dt tit. f
Union Pacific system..
C. & N. W
P.. E. & M. V
C, Bt. P., M. & O
B. & M
C, B. & Q
C, R. I. A P., east
C R. I. & P., west....
Total receipts ;
The disposition of the duv's receipts was
sb follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
umatia racking Co....
Bwlft and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
U P. Husx
J. B. Root & Co
Bulla & Kline
CATTLK There were sixty-five cars of
cattle reported in this morning; of this
twenty-two cars was through shipments. It
was an unusual happening to receive any
cattle at this point on a Saturday and
buyers and sellers did not know what to
make or it. The. result was that most oi
the stuff was carried over. As will be
noted from tha table above tha receipts of
cattle this week have been somewhat
larger than for the previous three weeks,
but a trllle smaller than for the first week of
last month. As compared with a year ago
there has been a gain of abut 9,000 head.
The week s trails on beef steers opened
at prices that were just about steady with
the close of last week. The run was only
moderate, and during the week the more
desirable Kinds oi cattle nave oeen miner
scarce, which, with good demand, has aided
in keeping the prices steady during the
week. All during tne wees: mere nas Deen
a decided shortage, of rornteds ana the
more choice class of cattle, while the de
mand for choice stuff of this kind has been
active, as a result choice beef steers closed
the week steady with last week.
Cows and lielters nave been in good sup
ply all week, there being an unusually large
run of cow stuff. Monday and Tuesday
the demand for this kind of stuff was
fairly active, both on the part of packers
and outside people, with the result that
cows were steady with last week on those
da vs. Wednesday came the big run of the
week on cows, about 126 cars being re
ceived. As a result, although the demand
was fair, prices were forced down about
10c. Thursday they held steady, but Fri
day witnessed another declln of about
loc. So that it is safe to say that the
market for the week closed 10H16c lower
than last week.
A very good portion of the stuff coming
forward this week has consisted of stock
ers and feeders. But there has been a
fairly good demand for this kind of stuff
the- last of the week. Monday the market
on this kind of cattle was Inclined to drag
a little, but for the remaining days of the
week there was a good demand and the
market picked up a little, with the result
that the market cloned steady to a trifle
nigner on ma inm . hvmvii v i .v.Ta , .ma,
and on the common and medium grade of
feeders tha market closed practically
HOGS Thera was a moderately large run
of hogs today and ths majority of the stuff
got into the pens at a reasonably early
hour, so that the traders succeeded In ef
(wtini a clearance In fairly good season.
The market opened in fairly good shape
this morning on the good, desirable kind
of hogs, which were in demand at prices
that were steady with yesterday's. The
liiriit-wnlirht stuff was the more desirable
and it was the mora desirable stuff that
brought the best prices. That kind of
hnt-a were In fair demand, while the com
mou and medium class of stuff was not as
strong and sold at prices that were a lit
tle easier. Taking the market as a whole
and to sum it up in a rew woras, mo sit
uation Is as follows: Trade was scttve,
with the market steady and bulk of the
stuff selling at prices ranging from J4.S6
to ft 80. The top price paia tor nogs touay
was tfi.00 for a choice lot. of stuff.
The market for the week has suffered a
decline of about 6c from the prices of last
week. Monday the market was slightly
higher than tne close or last ween, out
Tuesdav and Wednesday saw a decline.
while the market firmed up the last of the
week and closed with prices about 6c
lower than last weeK.
Ku. si. ss. rr.
No. At. Ik. Pr.
li 2o 4 4 rn
10 214 120 4 :v
67 2l ... 4 tTt
42 243 ... 4
11 2f.4 110 4 I14
1 100 40 4 OT'e
10 2H1 40 4 tV4
10 241 200 4 7S4
l 26 40 4 1714
11 260 110 4 I7,a
44 296 I' 4 IK,
60 224 120 4 Tii
ft 224 40 4 to
60 lit ltd 4 0
66 10 ... 4 0
tS S3 120 4 to
17 24 44 4 to
71 214 ... 4 tO
14 242 120 4 tO
12 22t 120 4 t
17 272 40 4 tO
72 ,. .24t 40 4 M
2 ...Ill ... 41
34 201 40 4 H
36 2 14 ... 4 Hi
44 141 140 4 16
M 161 ... 4 00
... U ... I 16
...I2 t0 4 I24
...131 110 4 12V
as 4 nasi
40 4 u
ls4 SMI 4 S
M I U
.. 4 U
til l!0 4 t
!f t (40 4 KS
120 4 as
to 4 It
lt 4 S6
110 4 aF.
144 S00 4 i
tn m in
M 4 II
61 261 124 4 16
,.M 120 4 IT
.2T MO ITU
...SOI 40 4 !7Ve
SHEEP There were no sheep received
this morning and there were no sheep of
any consequence left over from Hie sales
of yesterday, so that this morning there
was practically no trading at all. Receipts
lor tne weeK nave Deen oniy inooeraieiy
large, there being a smaller run than for
tha two previous weeks and al"o smaller
than the run for the corresponding week
last year by a considerable number.
While there was a good slxed run, there
has been something of a shortage in the
supply of desirable kinds of fat sheep,
wethers and ewes. There was a good de
mand tor tli same kind of stuff last week
and the supply was not equal to the de
mand, so that last week saw an Increase.
It was thought then that there would be a
good run of fat stuff this, week, with the
result tbat there would be a small decline
In prices. While there was a good-sUi-d
run this week and a fair supply of fat stuff,
there was an excellent demand for this
kind of sheep, with the result that prices
have gone up still higher on the more de
sirable sheep and the week closed with fat
sheen fcfiloc higher than last week's close,
while tha common and medium grades of
stuff closed the week steady with the pre
vious week's close. The trade has been
active all week and most of each day's ar
rivals have been cleaned up by the packers
surly and little or no stuff has hoen. car
ried over from on day to another. Tt
Heir to the Fame of the Comstocks
BULLFROG EXTENSION MHIIHG CO.
"THE MINE THAT MADE BULLFROG FAMOUS"
VALUE OF 500 SHARES, SEPT. 1, $100
VALUE OF 500 SHARES, OCT. 1, $150
VALUE OF 500 SHARES, TODAY, $175
PRICK WILL UK ADVANCKD TO
$200 PER 500 SHARES NOVEMBER 25.
PROBABLE VALUE, JANUARY 1, $500
THEHK'S A CONVINCING REASON WRITE OR WIRE FOR IT.
Yours for the asking are:
(1) Exhaustive, corroborate reports of two world-famous mining
engineers. They pronouce the Bullfrog Extension property the marvel
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about mining stock speculation; all about the Incorporation of the Bull
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(3) Press clippings from the nation's representative newspapers
that have correspondents on the spot, who have reported the sensational
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Interest to the whole civilized world.
DEBENTURE SURETY CO.
R1.ILTO lU'ILDING SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
DKUIDING'S FINANCIAL REVIEW
For the Information of parties who may storks, I have been buylnir Bteel common
be Interested In speculative securities we
fc ' . . . .... . , n
have made arrangements with Mr. F. O.
Prulding; of Chicago, an expert writer on
financial topics and delineator of stock ex
change probabilities, to furnish a weekly
review of tho salient features of current
financial topics gleaned from the various
exchanges. " .
'e desire, however, on the part of Ths
Bee to disclaim all responsibility for the ac
curateness of any forecast Mr. Druldlng
may make concerning future prospects of
any Investment or enterprise. x
All special Inquiries about ths present or
prospective value of any particular se
curity should be addressed direct to Mr. F.
Q. Druiding, No. 624 First National bank
building, Chicago, III.
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. (Special.) The sen
satlonal developments In Heading are held
bv most of the able traders to be a spec
tacular bombardment, under cover of
which many prominent manipulators have
attempted to unload their securities. After
the most systematic efforts and the wild
est endeavors, It finally seems to hAve)
dawned upon those who are heavily loaded
. X. Ti j i . au i . r"""- "
not be enticed into the market
Although those sales have been well In
excess of the million mark, the market
Is strictly a professional affair, with spe
cialists trading In their specialties. One
of the most significant features to observe
is the constancy with whicn even tne most
tnlnuto bull news is shoved to the front
.News development snow columns or mat
ter Indicating booms In the iron and steel
trades, general railroad earnings and tell
iiaIiiIiIti a r nn AVlea illtrinonn lin I rl 11 f ft
, , r
common, but very little attention has been
called to the ragged situation of affairs
on the foreign Bourses. Weak foreign
bank statements and Indications of much
VKv. JfS' TLt.Sk til
Dia'll Ul III 111. , ' . Ll i 1 1 ' nillvll ct.u flaw
Hulled favorable to bull speculation,
In the face of existing facts it Is very
difficult to understand why some very
firomlnent authorities speak so enoourag
ngly. J. H. Moore has this to say: "Soma
traders are waiting, ior a mree or lour
point break before they buy. They will
get badly left, for the market Is not going
to have any such break, barring accidents
that cannot be foreseen. The level of
prlces will soon be very mur-h higher than
now. Next year there will probably ba
the greatest boom in stocks that has ever
come in our history. As regards Steel
market has been a seller's market all w
and they are apparently well pieasea
. lm roHiiltn
Feeders have been rather light an mis
week, so that buyers have been rather
against raising prices any this week. There
has been a good run or leeaer sneep ana
iMinlia this wk. and as there has been a
good demand for choice kinds of stuff the
market on choice reeaer sneep is sieaay
with last week's close. The run of light
feeder lambs has been rather large all
week and buyers have not appeared to be
very anxious to take this kind of stuff,
with the result that prices on feeder lambs
have declined itxtijtc.
quotations on fat sneep and lambs: Good
to choice lambs, J6.75ig7.26; good to choice
vearline wethers. S.75(fi.10: good to choice
old wethers, 5.50ii6.90; good to choice ewes,
Quotations on feeder sheep and lambst
Good feeding lambs, $6.00(86.60; good feed
ing yearlings, f5.0inrt.S0: good feeding weth
ers, l4.7Dfifi.2S: feeder ewes, $4.00tf4.60; breed
ing awes. K404H75-
CHICAGO MVS STOCK 1H.1HKET
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep and Lambs Steady
on Light Receipts.
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. CATTL,K Receipts,
800 head: market steady; beeves, 3.604t.ao;
cows. $1 .304(4.40; heifers. 2.2fif4.75; calves,
$5.60(67.00; good to prime steers, t6.2MiS.30;
poor to medium. V1.40i;5.15; stockcis and
feeders. J2 ,l!5'fi4.25.
HOU8 Receipts, head: estimated
Monday, gii.oni head; market steady; Hunt,
$4 75415.16: mixed, tl 75iiG.i; heavy. t4.$ 'u
6.20; rough. $4.35f(4.7o; pigs. $4.506.10; york
era, $5 .0o(i6.1o; good to choice, ta.IOdit3.20.
BHKE1J AND LAMBS Receipts, 6.0O9
head; market steady; natives, tl 4"&fi.W;
westerns, $3 40ti5.T0; yearlings, $6.2010;
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 4 -CATTLK- Re
ceipts. l.tiuO bead, Including 100 southerns.
Market stoady: choice export and dressed
beef stoers, $5.00tMi.OO: fair to good. $3.76'8
6.00; western steers, $2.854.40; stockers and
feeders, $2.40 4 25; southern steers, $2.4o'(j
4 00; southern cows, $1.75f2.75; native cows,
$1.7Mi3.7"; native heifers. f2 5no.e4.76; bulls,
t2.(i3."0; calves, t2.aU.00. Receipts for ths
we. k, 72,900 head.
HOGS Receipts, 4,500 head. Market was
steady to Z4o higher; tup. $5.00; bulk of
sales, $4.Si4.5; heavy, $i.e6tii.0o; packers,
$4. KM! 4.; plus and lights. 4.7014.!. Re
celnts for the week, wifitio heud.
SHKliP AND LA MltH Receipts, none.
Market nominally steady; native lambs.
5.6iU7.75; western IhiiiIis, $5504)7.75; ewes
and yearling. $4.5o'Hi.OO; western clipped
yearling, 6.ii!i;.00; western clipped sheep,
$4.26y5.ib; Stockers and feeders, $3.764 75.
I. I.eole l ire "lock Market.
BT. IvOITlS. Nov. 4. CATTLK Receipts,
l.SuO head, including 700 Texans; market,
natives weak; Texans steady; native ship
ping and export steers, $4.4ii6.ii; dressed
and butchers' steers. $2.7i4ji.2o; steers un
der l.ouu pounds, $2.7042)4.00; stock.-rs and
feeders, $2.ou(f(S.4o; cows and heifers, $l...fii
4.70; cannera, tl. 761 2.10; bulls, I2.0o0i'2.35;
calves. t2.00u5.75; Texas and Indian steers,
$2 ' ".:! 7n; cows and heifers, t2.0miif3 W.
HOtiS Receipts, 3.000 head; market
steady; pigs and IlghtB, $4 85'p6.H0:' puckers.
$4.5o4 5.06; butchers' and beat heavy,
4 v.6c. in
8I1EK1' AND LAMR8 Receipts, FOO head;
market steady ; native) muttons, t3.'XK(i.5.5ii;
lambs, $5..sii7 50; culls and bucks. $;i.(ai4.SO;
stockers, $2.10 4 25; Texans, $2.25fe4.23.
Stock In Slttht.
Receipts of livestock at the six principal
western maraets yesieraay:
fat tie. Hogs. Sheep.
. 1,060 S0
. 30 4,6110
. 1,60 4.6oO ....
. lit! 6.2!4i
. l.") I. 600
. SUO 14,UK 6,000
. 6,60 86, 11 I.60O
Sioux City ....
Kansas City ,
Bt. Joseph ....
Sioux City Lira Hack Market.
BIOI'X flTY. Nov. 4. (Special Telegram )
-BATTLE Receipts. J head; market
Steady; beeves, $4.0nj8. 60; cows, hulls and
mixed, $2 iHit.Z6; stockers and feeders. $2.76
Qi Kb; calves and yrai llnga. i bmt 26.
lloUB-4eceluU, 4j0 bead; market f.i'tf
in 2 Months
fce it was down to 10, and I huve not
the remotest intention of sellingr any of
It at present prices. Steel common will
cross fill nt nn pnrlv flutn unit It irt foolish
to contemplate selling It below 60. It Is
a cinch so far as anything csn be'u c Inert
In the stock, market. Steel preferred at
present prices Is absurdly low. There Is
no industry that is getting more out of
the present prosperity than the Steel In
dustry. Earnings of the next year will
easily surpass all records.
Another prominent steel authority has
this to say: "In estimating the possible,
earnings of the United States Bteel cor
poration for the last quarter of the year,
It must be taken Into consideration that
all departments will be operated to the
utmost of their capacity. In July and Au
gust steel, tin plate' and wire mills worn
not running full. Then, again, deliveries
In the last quarter of the year will rep
resent higher prices In many Instances. If
there Is no pronounced car shortage, tha
last ouarter will be the largest of tho
year from the standpoint of earnings. So
far as the United States Steel corporation
is concerned there need be no fear of a
runaway steel market.
The consensus of the situation in tha
nlir Iron market is expressed very fully tty
Rogers, Brown & Co., who say: "Interest
durig the past week centered about tha
standard BORsemer ana jviaiieame eessemer
situation. The heavy purchases oi mo
former by the Steel corporation are now
a matter of general knowledge, but specu
lation la rife as to what their needs may
be for the present month. The local sit
uation is even stronger than previously re
ported, heavy purchases having been made
by the larger Interests and a good ton
iihsta rolled un bv the rank ana file. To
the tremendous purchase of cars can be
traced tna increasing demand for malleable
, e for deliveries extending well
, , . , . i
Into next year, as tne roiiea siock cannot
dollvere D.fore next fall. Manufactur-
j t reported so heavy In all directions
,h"t fiiv ,ivanclnir nrlces for nla Iron.
8 coka may ioohe upon as
certain for well into next year."
A little natlenee will demonstrate to the
readers of this letter that even the pre
dictions of a most prominent financier may
prove wrong at times. In the past It has
not been usual for a bull market to start
from present high levels.
In discussing market conditions It is not
the nossible. but rather the probable with
whicn we are concerned, and I consider
It altogetner improoaoie ana aimosi ini-
possible for a decided bull market to start
from present prices, even though v a man
of Mr. Moore's national reputation asserts
that It will.
r.s!w. Farnam Smith & Co,
Union Stock Yards, 101. Subject tt) Mfe
1320 Farnam St.
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
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331 Board of Trade Bldft.
Main OIBeai Fifth ti4 Hoharts It-sots
T. PAIL, MINX.
Stock Grain, Provision
Ship Your Grain to Us.
Branch tltlce. UO-tll Board af Trad
Hid., Omaha, Nea. Telephone 8B14.
X17-214 Exchange Bids.. Bouth Omaha.
Bell 'Vhone tl. lodsDsndent 'Paooa L
lATIJ 1MN4J. Oil. TIMBER, aURLTKIt,
M lniIKIAI. OKMka m.Klr.g i.m1m
I.AUliK INTLItKvr ea4 f KOF1TS, "lifcd aj.4
ainUw!, our 4xm?UI.?. Honltirta string full li.
Inrmatlon nalt4-4 fi-taj en SBnllrMeioau
lllll lil is. Ml KV Jt I .,
RKAL KSTATK TRAINS KEH8.
The following deeds were filed for record
M. L. Walworth and wife to Nancy
J. Kecfer, lot 11, block 2. Junction
View Terrace, and lots 6. . 7 and 11,
block S. spring I -tike Park $
W. II. fcitohlman and wife to Maud
Eaxlcy, lot 6, block t, Bower's ad...
H. H. Ernest and wife to Christ L.
Hayes, lots 1, i and 3, block i, Van
Emma C. Johnston and husband to
Rose Pokornki, lot 7, block t. ratter
son's 1st ad
Rertha M. Whltaker to V. R. Whit
aker. lot 4. block Z. Forest Hill ad....
GmimIih Me. I'Kiiliic c.iinpitiiy io peter
Keinhardt. part taxlot i in 3 16-13..
Jl lT CLAIM DEEDS.
Cornelia Weatherford to I'nion l'a
clflu Railway company, lot 4, block
A. W. Nason and wife to O. C.
Redick el al, lot 6, block 1, Omaha
Total amount of transfers.
60 lower, 1
H 't'ui ao.
MUng at t 76fr4 SG; bulk of sales.
t. Joseph I. Ire Mark Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Nov. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 11 head. Market steady; natives,
ll tirttiS.Hu; cows and heifers, tl.io44.tio;
lockers snd feeders, t2. 7Wi So.
HOOB-Recelpts, E.'.W head. Market was
Steady to strong: light. MlWit.K; medium
and heavy, $4.auu6.0ii; bulk of sales, t4.&'
HHEKP AND LAMU-Koslpt, nout.
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