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TIIE OMAUA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARLET
omparatift Qui, Followi Woaiieu !
STRENGTH DEVELOPS AT THE CLOSE
Streag Cora Market Caaaed by Liberal
Coverlag of Shorts- Rrsorli of
Disappointing; llelds Art
DM All A Vno 11 lejlK
( Comparative quiet followed the closing
weaknera yesterday. There ma. a at rni
close, with ItfjHc above yesterday. Shorts
covered free. Northwestern receipts were
larger than laM year. December closed at
W'kO. May at 8Sc and July at 83c.
Liberal covering by snorts caused a
strong corn market. The aire of the crop,
as Indicated by the government report
yes'erday, will, It la generally predicted,
continue to discourage general buying, aa
advices of disappointing yields are not
credited The exceptional quality will In
jure hedging of all holdings, and thia
promises to prove a constant burden on
Uie May delivery. December closed at
44e, old December at 44C May at 464I
467c, and July at 46HC.
Oata were steady, with periods of firm
ness. Many of the small holders have been
Influenced by the action of corn and have
old out. There Is nothing In the aituation
to discourage holders. December closed at
2S'tc, May at 32V4C and July at 31Vc.
A Minneapolis wire says: "Borne of our
largest country mills have sold double and
some three times their output In the last
few days. Flour sales here are large.
Mills have sold ahead."
Broomhall estimates the world's wheat
shipments for the week at 12,000.0i0 bushels,
of which quantity fcurope takes 10,4u0.0o0
bushels. Shipments last week were 14,144,-
(IV0 bushels, and a year ago 12.J08.UUO buahels,
IJverponl cloned H?Hd lower on wheat
and UtiSd lower on corn.
"I believe the trade will forget the-big
government figures on corn In a day or
two," snld E. W. Dennis, according to the
Inter Ocean. "Certainly the general re
ports of disappointing husking returns we
nave Been K"tt!n; for several nays no not
Justify an Improvement In percentage in
Primary wheat receipts were 1.1T.K
bushels and shipments 975.mo bushels,
against 839.000 bushels receipts last year
and shipments of 4H9.onO bushels. Corn re
ceipts were 4t9,0no bushels and shipments
2!3,000 bushels, against receipts Inst year of
258.000 bushels and shipments of 83i',0tJ0 bush
ls. Clearances were ii(':.w' bushels uf corn.
9rt,000 bushels of oats, 21,( bushels of
wheat ami 22.0H) barrels of flour
The seaboard sold KH.OuO bushels of wheat
yesterday. 40.0UO bushels of corn and 60.000
btnshels of oats. A Chicago export house
J sold 320.0U0 bushels of corn for January
shlnment. Other houses did a fair business.
but, figures were withheld.
Omaha (ash Sales.
TiiE,Ai-fni. nara. a car. ooc . xu, a
,.. hard, 1 car, 49V: 1 car, 7Uc; 1 car, 7tViO
iso. spring, l car, T7Vo.
OATS No. S white, 1 car, 28"c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, ItCKOV; No 3
bard, 7t'y79c; No. 2 spring. Hue; No. a spring,
OOKN-No. 3, 45c; No. 3 yellow, 45-46c;
No. 3 white, 4Hc; No. 3 mixed, 27Mi'6274ac.
OATH No. 3 white, fcc; No. 4 white,
UiE No. 2, 66W67c; No. 3, 64'aStic.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
,' Kanus City
CHICAGO URAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Tradlas; and Closlnn;
I'rlces on Board of Trade.
CH1CAUO, Nov. 11. Improved demand
from exporters caused a firm finish today
In wheat. Closing quotations on the May
delivery showed a gain of Voc. Corn is
up He Oats are unchanged. Provisions
are up 2Hifl0c.
The firmness In wheat developed toward
the middle of the session. Early In the
day the market was quite weak. At the
opening, the May option was a shade
higher to HrO'c lower at 88g48ViC. For a
time there was further llquiuatiun by be
lated longs. Commission houses also sold
freely. The selling was Induced by liberal
receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth and by
clear weather In the northwest. Lower
prices at Liverpool, however, had some ef
fect. The December delivery was espe
cially weak. For May the lowest point of
the day was reached at 87o. After the
first hour onerlngs suddenly became scarce.
Many of the early sellers turned buyers
and shorts covered freely, causing a mod
erate upturn. The change in sentiment
was due to reports from various points
showing that foreign demand was becoming
quite active. New York reported fifteen
boatloads taken for export. An Improved
demand for flour at Minneapolis was an
additional Incentive to buyers of wheat
nere. On the advance the May option sold
up to odHfosMic. The market closed firm,
with May at 88c. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to USl.fxio bu, I'rimary
recelDts were 1.199.:!u0 bu. Mlnneanoila I in.
V . -iuth .and Chicago reported receipts of 1,05
VI cars, against 7U6 cars last week and 6U2
cars a year ago.
i-ariy in the session Bentlment In the
corn pit was bearish, but later a firm tone
developed and the market closed at prac
tically the highest point of tho day. In
creased local receipts and clear weather
were tne weakening influences at the start.
During the last half or the day the market
received support from bull leaders. The
close was firm May opened VtfWc to
Ho lower at 46i46Hc, sold between 46Vo
and 46o and closed at 4&Vu4uc. Local
receipts were 363 cars, with six of contract
The oata market was Influenced chiefly
by the other grains. Early In the session
there was quite general selling, with lonas
liquidating freely. Later the market be-
fAlti HrniAfuM a Maul. n Ilk.... I . , l
at the seaboard. May opened a shade to
lo lower at s.'He to 32H'i32Hc, sold between
S2(3fHc and 3-'V3iHc and closed at 32Vc.
Local receipts were 234 cars.
Provisions were quite firm on moderate
demand and rather light ofTirlngn. A 6c
advance In the price of live hogs was a
bullish factor. At the close May pork was
up 10c at I12.77H Lard was up 6c at f7.02H.
"a.r.r"-r. -.'"' ."'.
Ejsuioaira receipts lor Monday: Wheat,
tn9 cars: corn, 504 cars;
oats, 323 cars; hOKS,
The .eaiiinf futures ran (ted as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. Hitch. I Low. Close.l Yes'r.
Wheat I I
May SJ.iHiH I
t Iec. 44HJi4
July 31 I
Jan. 12 55
May 12 70 I
Nov. 7 0?4'
May 1 02
Jan. C 55
445 44H T
12 521' 12 GO
12 70 12 7741
6 So !
7 0b I
No. t tOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOI'R-Steady : winter patents. $40iMEt
4.20; straights, f3 tuti4 10; sprlna; patents,
H 0O34.2U; spring straight, f3.tLK04.uo:
WHEAT-No. f sprlna:. 8i87c; No. J,
sWitiT'-to; No. i red, 85 (6Vc.
CORN'-No. I, 4c; No. 2 yellow. 53c.
OATS No. 2. 29V; No. f white, SJUc; No.
3 white, aSa31c.
RYE-No. 2. 72c.
BARI.EY-C.ood feeding;. 3S039c; fair to
choice malttnif. 43'ofaV-.
SEEDS-NO, l flax. 93V4e: No. 1 northwest
ern. tl.uO Timothy, prime, f3 26. Clover,
contract rrsde. $13. .5.
PROV1SU iNS Mess pork, per bbl.. fl.1 874
U 14.00. Lard, per 1J lbs., f7 074. Short
ribs sides (loose). 7 ? '07 SO: short clear
Sides (boxed I. t7.00fl7 12S.
Eollowlna; were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bhls J1.:i0
Wheat, bu 1 :(
Corn, bu 173.1HU
Oats, bu.' 35S.ii4l
Rye, bu 9.uo9
barley, bu l26,oj
On the Produce exchange todav tl,e but
ter market was steady; creamarlcs, 174
224c; dairies. i:j2i'c. K;ks. firm; at maik.
raiKi Included, jix; firsts. 22c: prime firsts,
!4c: extras, JbV, fin!, ationaj at l-t
Dalatk Grain Market.
.D.l'UTH. Nov. 1L WHEAT To arrive;
N- aouLham, Mc; No. 3 uorUiarn, c.
On track: No. 1 northern. Me; No. I nortl
ern. Kc; December, MSr: Mav. Kc.
OATS To arrive and on track, 2"c
SEW YORK C E E R A ly MIHKK
ttaotatlons of the nay om Varlon
NEW' YORK, Nov. ll.-FLOUR-Recelpta.
S4.L9 bu.; exports. 17.618 bu.; n arket barel,
steady with demand; winter patents. $4 i.
iH.'A; winter straights. t4.U".i-4. 15; Minnesota
patents, $405'u63O; Minnesota bakers, $3. ft..
4 oo; winter extras. $2. a 3.; winter low
grades, 2.75i3.JU. Hye flour. Ann; fair !
Hood, 4.0i -i4 Hi; choke to fancy, fl.lb-u4.tai
Buckwheat flour, firm at f2.2vu2.40 for spot
and to arrive.
BUCKWHEAT Steady at 64HtnJ5c de
livered. COHN MEA I Barely steadv; fine white
and yellow, JliVul.30; coarse, fl.lti'a LIS,
kiln dried, 13 Ht 3 15.
RYE Steady; No. 2 western, 76c C. L f.
HARLET-Steady; feeding, 42,c c. 1. f.
Buffalo; malting, ioJijli,c c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 2t.wio bu.; exports,
53.489 bu. ; spot market easy; No. 2 red,
91 'c elevator; No. 2 red 93ac f. o. b. afloat,
No. 2 northern, Duluth, ftr.c f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern,. Manitoba, 94,c f.
o. b. afloat. Wheat opened weak and de
clined under, bearish cables, fine weather
and liquidation, but was rallied later b
covering and llrmness In the outside mar
kets, closing He net lower. May, 91-Vtf
92 3-16c, closed at,924c; December, 92V0
92 ll-r8e. closed at 9-'Sc
CORN Receipts, 80,000 bu. ; exports, 165.
562 bu.; spot market easy; No. 2, 64e ele
vator and 69Vtc f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yel
low, te; No. 2 white, tiOo. Option market
showed considerable weakness under
liquidation, the easy cables and prospects
for increased arrivals, closing V'le net
lower. January, 62V51c, closed at 62Hc;
May, 61Vp6lc, closed at 61fcc; December
closed at 64c
OATS Receipts, 127.0TO bu.; exports, 112.
114 bu.; spot market firm; mixed oats, 2
to 32 pounds, 36c; natural white, 80 to 32
pounds, 3.Va37Hc; clipped white', 36 to 40
FEED Steady; spring bran, tli.O, prompt
shipment; middlings, J17.00, prompt ship
ment; city, f lMMfc i2.60.
HAY Steady ; shipping, 60jCSc; good to
choice, Hmtl-c. 1
HOPS Btate, common to choice, 1906, 14
Ir22c; 1904, U'tfUHc; olds, 6'yic; Paclfla
coast, 15, l(Kii'16c; 19U4, HKgl4c; olds, frdHc.
HIDES Firm; Galveston, 20 to 2o pounds,
20c; California, 21 to 25 pounds, 21c; Texas,
dry, 24 to 30 pounds, 19o.
LEATHER Firm; acid, 26S27o.
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family, til. 50
5512.50; mess, fit 5'(i 10.60; beef Iiuiiih, f 21 .)
22.60; packet, $10.5Vyll.ai); city, extra India
mess, f 17. 50ft 18.50. Cut meats, quiet;
pickled bellies, f8.75f1A.60; plckh-d shoulders,
Hi.iVii 7.00; pickled hams, f9.26fj9.75. I.ard,
steady; western steamed, i.2or() 7.50; refined,
quiet; continent. fi.Vb; Bouth America, IS.M);
compound, f5.5o-q6.75. Pork, quiet; family,
fl7.irtil7.f)U; short clear, f H.oU'ijlti.50; mess,
116. 25'8 15.50. '
TALLOW Quiet; (f2.00 per pkg.), 4Hc;
country (pkgs. free), 4ri'o4c.
KICK yulet; domestic, fair to extra, 3H
tic; Japan nominal.
BUTTER Steady; state dairy, common
to extra, 17j22c
CHEESE Steady; state full cream, small
and large, colored and white, September,
fancy, Uc; state, October, choice, 13WC;
state, fair to good, 12Vs'a 12c.
EGGS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected, white. SMi-tic; state,
choice, 32iji34c; Btate, mixed extra, 30c;
western, finest selected. 27'ri28c; western,
averape best, 26ii26c; southern, 201i25c.
POULTRY Live steady; chickens, 10c;
fowls, 11c; turkeys, 14c. Dressed, easy;
western chickens, 9-!l5c; turkcyB, 12Bltc;
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 11. WH EAT Un
changed; December, 7So; May, ic; July,
75'Sc. Cash: No. 2 hard, UoVdMc; No. ?,
78(pSlc; No. 2 red, 87H'-; No. 4, 7aV"9c; No.
2 red, 87Hc; No. 3, bY'uSStc.
CORN December, -Sc; May. 41c. Cash:
No. 2 mixed, 44c; No. 3. 43c; No. 2 white,
41c; No. 3, 43c. v
OATS Stead v ; No. 2 white, 303010; No.
2 mixed. if294c.
HA X Strong; cnoice timoiny,
ch5'?, pJ.alrT'. i!L22-
" 1 tF" "y7s'-"- . , . .
bUTTKit-Hteaay; creamery, iic; paca-
ln.sV,Ab.7c;.. , . .
r,uua nigner, mwoumi inu """0"n "v "
o ..k,...,., ........ I.,,.I,,..,H Oi,.. ,.oUA
count. 22c; cae. returned.
Wheat, bu 86.0m 129,000
Corn, bu 73.000 29,J0
Oats, bu 17,000 17,000,
ine following range or prices at nansas
City was reported by F. D. Day & Co.:
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Yes'y.
Wheat j , '
Dec... TIN, 78 77 784 1ft
May... 80 S0V4 W'4 &
Dec... 404 40 40H 40 40
May... 41 "4 41W 40' 411
Dec.... 28 28 284 28 28
May... 29 -29H 29 29H
May... 12 66 12 67 12 65 1 2 67 1 2 60
Jan.... 12 46 12 60 12 42 12 60 12 42
Jan.... 677 6S2 6 77 6 82 6 77
St. I.nls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 11. WHEAT Futures
hlirher; cash, heavy; No. 2 red, cash, ele -
vator, 87!&9le: track, 93&93'V4c; December.
MVc; Mav, 87,c; No. 2 hard, 85rt(87He.
('ORN-No. 2 cash, 49c; track, 47c new, 57o
old; December, 4Vc; May, 43c.
OATS LOWrr ISO. i" casn. aiCI traCK.
814c; December, 30c; May, 314c; No. 1
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $4.30
436.05; extrt fancy and straight, f3. 9).25:
hi... thy. steady at f 2 503.00.
CORN MEAL Steady, at t4.60.
liKAN-Firm; sacaed. east track, 69C70c.
HAY Steady; timothy, fS.OOnH.OO; prai
rie, f7 6CK&9CO.
IRON COTTON TIES-fl.OO.
HEMP TWINE 9c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; lobbtne;,
f 14 25. Lard, higher; prime steamed, t6.85.
Dry Milt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts.
(7.76; clear rins, oK.tiu; snort clears, .2o.
! con, Py; boxed extra shorts, fs.50;
clear ribs. f.75: short clear. 19.00.
I'OCLTRY Firm; chickens, 74c; springs,
K'.94c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 10c; geese. H'tf
Bl'TTFR Firm; creamery, 20f244c;
EGOS r Irm, 214c, case count.
A " V
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 11. FLOUR-First
patents. f4.8(K.M 90; seconds. t4 6W4.70; first
clears, f3.658.76: seconds. t2.46i2.56.
BRAN In bulk, til. 50.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). The ranve of prices as reported
by F. D. Day & Co. was:
Artlcles.l Open. High. I Low. Close.l Yes'r
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 11. BUTTER 4c
hlshcr; extra western creamery, 24c; nearby
ElitlS Firm; nearby fresh, loss off, 29c;
nearby fresh, at mark; westeru fresh, at
CHEESE Firm; New York choice. 134c;
New York, fair to good. l;'t) I3'c.
Mllwanket) ftrala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 11. Wll EAT Mar
ket higher; No. 1 northern, 874'l84c; No.
2 northern, K3(V6: December, t4c, asked.
RYE-Bteady; No. 1, 724c
BARLEY Steady ; No. 2. 55c; sample,
CuRN Firm; May, 15c, bid.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 11 WH EAT Spot,
firm: No. 2 red western, winter, 6s 7d. Fu
tures, dull; December, 7s; March, 6s 11V1,
Mav, 6s lid.
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed. 5s
2d. Futures, dull; January, 4s 6TJ.
March, 4s 44d
PEORIA, III.. Nov. 11 CORN Lower:
new No. 1 yellow, 4.V; new No. I, 4ic; new
No. 4. 44c: new no grade, 424c
OATS-Steady; No. 3 while, 304c; No. 4
WHISKV-On the basis of tl 10 for fin
Oils and Hoaln.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11 COTTONS E ED
OII Firm: prime crude, nominal; yllow,
2!liL94c. Petroleum, easy; refined New
York, f7.60: Philadelphia and Baltimore,
$7 55: In bulk, ft 66. Turpentine, steady,
ROSIN Quiet; strained, common to ood,
SAVANNAH. Pa., Nov. 1L OIL Tur
pentine, nothing doing. 67c.
KoiilX Steady; A. B, C. D. ard E, H40;
H. $: 1. $4. sr.: K. fuu; M. $iJ6, X, V.3o;
Wti, tuM; WW, fata.
aok Dtpoiiti Tall Far Below tho Eiiore
Bequird by Law.
iEWS CAUSES A SELLING MOVEMENT
Market la steady Dsrlsg Moi of
the aeaaloo, hat the CIosIds
la lasettled and
NEW YORK. Nov. U With a deficit of
2.4JS.SOO below the 25 per cent legal re
serve of the banks, some liquidation came
upon the stock market today alter tne
uank statement appeared on the tape. But
ihe selling showed no eigne of precipitancy
,ind was conducted In an orderly manner,
and In the late dealings some rallying tend
ency was perceptible. The closing tone
was' unsettled and Irregular. Early In the
ilav the market gave evidence of support
and some of the industrial stocks and sie
claltles were pushed upwards aggressively.
The reported loan contraction of ti3.9j4,i.0
was said to represent only partly liquida
tion which has occurred In the stock mar
ket during the week, bankers asserting
that loans have been called to a large ex
tent also for account of out of town insti
tutions which had placed loans in the
stock market but which recalled credits
for use In their own localities. The de
crease of nearly fll.000.000 In cash holdings
was rather larger than the preliminary
estimates. The last previous deficit In the
legal reserve shown by the clearing houBe
bunks was In December of 12. preceding
that the only deficit since the year 1893 oc
curred In November, 1899, at which time the
banks ran along for several weeks Deiow
1 thlr legal reserve limit.
Both of these periods are of evil memory
In Block exchange experience. In Decem
ber, 19u2, the situation was conserved by
the formation of what was called at the
time the fjo.ouO.OUO bankers' pool, which an
nounced Itself prepared to lend that
amount or money 11 ine Biiionency in mo
market should become danaerous. The sue
cess of this measure In tranqullizing the
situation was denominated In the discus
sion of the period a faith cure. In De
cember, 199, violent stringency of money
finally carried the call loan rate momen
tarily to a figure of 1W per cent. Both the
money and exchange markets were nom
inal today, but loans were reported to have
been made at rates much below yesterday's
high level. The foreign exchange market
wits called steady. There was a Bhadlng of
discount rates both at Paris and Berlin, but
n r.l,um, uu h rn,trtrri In London. The
statement of agricultural exports from this
country for October shows a decrease of
t7,otj5,l(8 in value compared with October
of last year, the heavy decline In value of
cotton exports amounting to about double
the Increase In exporta of breadstuffs.
This showing goes to explain tne resist
ance in the foreign exchange market to
the Influence of the violent rise in the
money rate here.
Total sales of bonds, par value, $1,635,000.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change ranged as loll ,vs:
Amer. Car 61 F
Amer. Cotton Oil
Amer. hlue & I pfd
Amer. Ice Securities.
Amer. Unseed Oil
Amer. Smelting & R.
Amer. Sugar Rcf
Amer. Too. pfd cert.
Anaconda Mining Co
2,500 R4H 83V4
5O0 1K 158
Atlantic Coast Line.
& 0 4.9UO llQVi 10MH U'4
Brooklyn R, T..
13.30 75 744 74'4
6,600 172 170;. 1.0,
Centrill ot N. j.
i Ches. &. Ohio....
1 ru,lciin A A
' U IUIXU A.
ch.ca io OL Western
- m A 8t"p
Chicago T.&T. '.'.!! '. '.
C, C, C. t Ht. Li. .
Colo. Fuel & I.
Colo. & Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Del. & Hudson
2,600 1S24 18
600 134 13
i',666 228 22$
; Del.. L. & W
1 D. & R. O
I do rfd...
1 Distillers' Securities
300 44 43
,So0 484 4,4 47
600 R(4 804 8(4
600 72 714 714
400 184 184 1834
io6 175H 1754 1764
800 214 20 21
100 274 2T4 204
200 55 65 54'
2,500 1484 1474 1471.
4U0 1644 1634 1634
16.600 764 724 724
14,8oO 1194 116 1164
700 23 22i 22
100 136 136 136
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Iowa I entral
' do pfd.....
I K. C. Southern
I do pfd
I & N
i Manhattan L
Met. St. Rv.
Minn. & St. L
M., St. P. & S. Ste. 11
Mo. Pacific 6.300 1S4 V7
M.. K. & T 4,100 354 844
do pfd 4i 6x4 674
Nafl Lead 2.000 60 494
Nat I h. k. or m. pra
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. Oht. & W
Norfolk & W
P., C. C. A St. L....
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman P. C
2.600 1494. 148i 1484
1.5(10 53 524 624
600 854 84
300 97 96
4i 46 46
22 80 144 139
1,700 1U34 lo24 li24
2,100 49 4"4
100 974 974
64 1 4
Reading 66,900 1424 138
do 1st pfil
do 2d pfd 400 9si 9X4
Republic Steel 6,no0 2S4 24
do pfd 2.8-10 !4 944
Rock Island Co 3,(io 2.4 284
do pfd 60O 714 714
ft u utter uoous
St. L. & 8 F. 2d pfd
St. L. 8. W 100 224 224
80. Pacific 6,300 684 674
60. Railway 2,Cj0 344 844
do pfd I11O 94 9-iV
Tenn. Coal A 1 27,1') 974 944
Texas & Pacific fcO 334 83
Tol.. St. L. & W 3'0 38 874
do pfd 3"0 58 67
Union Pacific 4S.4mO 13i4 1294
t'. 8. Express
V. S. Realty 2il
V. S. Rubber &K)
U. 8. Steel
do pfd '. ....
W. A Like Erie
loo 4,1 4
14. 2' JO 76
Total sales for the day, 466 800 shares.
London tMoslaa; Storks.
LONDON. Nov. ll.-Closing quotations on
the Stock exchanee were as follows:
U T-l N. V. Cantral
. . S Norfolk A V,'
.. do pfd
.. si Ontario A W
. .pis' PennsvUanla
..113W Hand Mlues
.. ! do lat pfd
Ball 1 mure A Ohio
Canadian Vaiilflc .
Ches. A Ohio
I'hlcsgo (it W...
US do 2d pid
C. M. A St. P 12
Denver A 8. O U Southern P.-lnc
do pfd 0 Inloa PaciBc ..
Era 4i do p(d
do lat pfd 12 C. 8. Steel
do 2d pl'l 7j do ptd
llllnola Central .. . . .ia'i Wabab '.
Loulsvlll A Nafh 1(.' do pfd
at . K. A T ananlah 4a
SILVER Bar, steady,
'MoNtY-3 txr cent.
29J per ounce.
The rste tf discount In the open market
for short bills Is 4a 44 Pf cent; for three
.noQllis bills. 4 per cent.
Hearing; Hons ATtrages.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1L The weekly bank
statement shows that the banks hold
$2 42. leas thnn the legal requirements
exclusive uf United triales deposits on
which reserves are not bald. The state
ment for five day this week follows:
Imans. t1.044.2?T.&uO; decrease. tU. 994 10.
Ieposlts. fl 0?.;1S; decrease. M.459 71. Cir
culation, tM.311.7i; decrease, fi6 Legal
tenders. t72.S4.6l: decrease, f2.99,7(A Spe
cie, flN2.2t.3i.; decrease, t19S.iO. Reserve,
fjf4 650. 9; decrease. tlO.S9K.000. Reserve re
paired. t257,079.(K: decrease. f6,114.92f. In
stead of a surplus the reserve shows a
deficit of f2.42S.si, against a surplus of
f2 3.4.275 last week, a decline of t4.7.'i3,076.
Fx-United States deposits, there is a deficit
of f:940, mninpt a surplus of f4,491,;5, a
decline of K7S,475.
Itw York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 11. MONEY On call,
nominal; no loans. Time loans, firm; sixty
and ninety days, 6 per cent; six months,
6H'"H per cent.
PKJME MERCANTILE PAPER feSCH
per cent .
STERLING EXCHANOE-Steady with
actual business in bankers' bills at t4 S-i90
for demand and at f4.R.r4 .8225 for sixty
dav bills. Posted rates. t4 MH and t4.87.
Commerrlal bills, ft MHM 81.
SILVER Bar, 624c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
eSosing quotstlons on bonds were as fol
lows: V. 8. rat. ts, rg....l iJPn M sarlei.... t
to coupon Ivl do 4'-i, tfs
V. 8. Is. reg tlHH ! erte
to coupon wi LAN. unl. HHH
V. 8. old 4s. m..,.IMH Msnhtttan c. (. 4s...l0jVt
ds coupon liMH fi. tntrl 4a II
V. 8. n 4a, r(....las do 1st Inc. to
do roupos I.'1 Minn. i St. L. 4a....
Am. Toboceo 4s 1 M.. K. T. 4s 10!
do Ut do U
At- bison sen. 4 1": N. R. R. of M. e. 4. M
do adj. 4o N. Y. C. s. Ii "
Atlantic C. L. 4a 101 N. J. C. f. (a 134
Bal. 4k Ohio 4a loa No. Pacific 4a 14
do im Sf.'i do 8a 7
Brk. R. T. c. 4a N. W. e. 4a lulH
Conlral of Ua. ....lloHO 8. L rfdf. 4s.....
do lat Inc M Penn. conv. Iti 11
do Id inc t Rcadlm frn. 4a toaifc
do Id Inc....
. 16 S. L,. 1.
Cb.a A Ohio 4i.
.10744 St. L. A B.
If. 4a. M 4
Cbiiaso A A. 3 SI.... la St. L. 8. W. o. 4a.. M
C. B. A Q. n. 4a....l01Vt Seaboard A. L 4s....
C.; R. I. A P. 4a.... ;i,8o. PaciBc 4a X
to col. (a 1H do lat 4a ctfs
rcc. A St. L. 4i .in.tit So. Railway (a l.'ov.
Col. Ind. it, Bt-r. A.. 73 Texan A P. la iih
do rerlta H 72 T , St. L A W. 4a.. 84
Colorado Mid. 4a i44 Union Pacific 4a 1
Colo. A So. 4a 84 dn conr. 4l Ill
... ha .
M V. 8. Steel 2d 6a.... Ta
10- Wabaah la llr.
I). K. G. 4a..
ti.atllltra' 8c. (a.
Erie prior Hen 4a..
do g?n. 4s
Horkins Vsl. 44a.
. J'4 do deb B
.li: Wealcm Md. 4a...
. M W. A L. E. 4a...
lit iW'la. Cantral 4a...
Boston Storks and Honda.
BOBTON.'Nov. 11. Call loans, &&1 per
cent; time loans, otgl per cent. Official
quotations on stocks and bonds were as
, Atchlann sdj. 4s.
do 4a ..........
1 boi1o 4 Albany
! u,,, vum.
... s'i Westing, common
... 79 Ailoue
... 83 Amalsamated ....
...lfet Amer.ian Zinc ...
...2t.7 Al Until-
. ..lf.3 Cal. A Heria
... 22 Copper Range ...
. ,.2li Daly West
... 23 'k
... 26 1
Hub burg pfd ...
N. Y., N. H. at i
Amer. Argo. Cliem... Fratikllu
Amer. Pneu. Tube..
Amer. T. A T
riominion I. A C. ..
Killgon Klec. lllu...
General Electric ...
1 nlod Slioe Mach..
U. 8. Steel
, 4 lale Royals ...
.fi Maes. Mluing ,
. 1 JJ Michigan
. .t! Mont. C. A C.
.104 On cola
. 20 Parrot
,.lat 8hunnon ....
. Ui4 Tamarack ....
. M.-. Trinity
.Km U. H. Mining.
. ts'i V. 8. Oil
New York Mlnlner Stocks,
NEW YORK, Nov. 11. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
Adaraa Cun Zu
A Ilea i
Little Chief ..
i.inu Hopes .
1 oinalock Tunnel
Con. Cal. A Va..
Leadvllle Cod ...
LONDON, Nov. 11. Money was In grood
supply In the market today and rates were
: steady. Considerable sums ciianaed hands
in connection with the issue of I2.5oo.oo0 In
corporation bills and the distribution of
loWoO.ooo in interest and dividend payments.
Discounts were firmer. Trading on the
stock exchange opened dull and hesitation
; The movements were Immaterial, being
merely an adjusting of positions for the
general carry-over November 13. Consols
I were steady. Home rails were occasionally
a fraction better. Americans opened firm
at parity. The changes were mixed, gains
' predominating on New York buying. The
dealings were moderate but prices closed
strong, urand Trunk Juniors were sup
ported on the traflic returns. Foreigners
were rather active. Russians recovered
part of yesterday's loss. Japanese were in
fair demand. Japanese Imperial sixes of
1904 were quoted at H14.
1 PARIS, Nov. 11. The tone In the bourse
today was hesitating. Prices were heavy
Kussian. imperial fours were quiet at 9.04
una ttussian Donas ot 1904 at diq.uu.
BERLIN, Nov. 11. Prices on the bourse
today were generally firmer.
OMAHA. Nov. 11. Bank Clearings for
today were 81,647,360.14 and for the corre
sponding date last year fl.26D.162.0o.
. 1,474,849 84
. 1.503.831. 60
Increase, fl, 409. 437. 67.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $i5o,ou0,0u0 gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance,
$134,567,729: gold coin and bullion, $80,679,255;
gold certificates, $52,202,040.
YEW YORK. Nov. ll.-COTTON-Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands. 11.65c; mid
dling gulf. 11.90c; sales, 39 bales.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 11. COTTON Steady ;
Middling, 114c; sales, none; receipts, 1,125
bales; shipments, 162 bales; stock, 14,453
LIVERPOOL. Mo v. 11. COTTON Spot
In fair demand; prices seven points lower;
American middling fair, 6.55d; good mid
dling, 6.25d; middiing, 6.09d; low middling,
6.931; good ordinary, 5.75d; ordinary, 6.59d.
The sales of the day were g.Ouo bales, of
which 5t were for speculation and export
and Included 6.000 American. Receipts,
4,0o0 bales, all American.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. U. COTTON
Quiet; sales, 1,000 bales; ordinary, 84c;
good ordinary, 9 15-16c; low middling,
10 13-lRc; middling, 11 7-16c; good middling,
11 13-ltic; middling fair, 124c Receipts.
13,663 bales; stock, 1S9.9J9 bales.
alegar and Molasses.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11. SUGAR Raw.
quiet; fair refining, 24c; centrif ug;il, 96
test, 3 7-16c: molasses sug-ar, 24c; refined,
(inlet; No. o, 4''; No. 7, 3 95c; No. 8, 3.90c;
No. 9, 86c; No. 10. 3.8',c; No. 11, 8.75c;
No. 12. 3.70C ; No. 13, 3.&c: No. 14.. 3.90c;
confectioners A, 4.45c; mould A, 4 9uc; cut
loaf, 6.3nc: crushed, 5.3oc; powdered, 4.70c;
granulated, 4 6tic; cubes, 4.85c.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 32(j38c.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 11. SUGAR
Market quiet; open kettle centrifugal.
$ 3-loc; whites, 34t3c; yellows, 3 $-10
$ 9-16c; seconds, 2 4 ft 3c,
MOLASSES Open kettle, 24633; centri
fugal, 1 1X0 '.tic.
LONDON, Nqv. 11 WOOL The small
trade in wool recently showed a decline of
6 per cent in coarse breds. and lower
prices are looked for when the next sales
open. The arrival for the sixth scries of
sales amount to 62.0&4 bales, including
I6.000 bales forwarded direct to spinners.
The Imports this week were: New South
Wales. 3,975 bales: Queensland, 1,735 bales;
Victoria. 659 bales; Cape of Good Hope
and Natal, 875 bales; Maisellles, 2.4ol bales;
Buenos Ayres, 4.4oS bales; New York, six
teen bales; Various, 366 bales.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 11-WiiOL-Sieadv:
nedlum gTariea combing and clothing; 264?
tie; light hue. 214i"2oc; heavy tine, Ii22c;
tub washed, 33&414c
NEW YORK. Nov. 11 COFFER Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to an advance of 6 points In rusponse
o higher French cables and continued dry
weather in Brasil, where the crop is said to
teed moisture. The dose was steady net
unchanged to 10 points higher. Sales were
eported of 76.2.V bags. Including: Decem
ber. 6h'iCa6 5oc; March, 6 85o: Mav, IjiT.;
July. 7.3k-; Bi-pteiuber. TV. Spot Rio,
sttudy; No. 7 invoice. 8, t?4-.
Toledo Sre4 Market.
TOIJCDO. Nov. 11 -SEED Clover, easfT,
H 124; February. $8 214: March. $8
rims alslke, $7 .85; prime timothy, fl.li
OMAHA LITE STUCK. MARKET
CftUl Market for tk Week Oeierallj Teo
t Fifteea Ceiu Lower.
HOG MARKET OPENS ACTIVE AND HIGHER
Ran of feep for the Week I. lateral
Prime Fat Lara bs Abont "Heady,
Others Lower Mattona
and Feeders Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 11. 1906.
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
... 6.971 3.1197 90.171
6 411 1.7H
Official Thursday .
TotAl this week 26.700 i8.4 W.676
Total last week S7.248 80,92$ 64.770
Same Week before 34,8.0 84,K)2 4..'89
Same three weeks ago. ..81.000 26,606 79,i35
same rour weeks ago.... 28.974 X7,43( on,
Burnt week last year 14,409 $4. $26 H.047
RECEIPTS FOR TIIE YEAR TO DATE.
The folio ino table shows trie receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omana for
me year to uate, comparing wun iasi et ,
ii0 1904. Ino.
Cattle 892,435 800.895 91,146
Hogs lW.u.802 1.94n.(0 4 (.84
Sheep 1,778,709 1.5o7.S23 2:0.38n
lite following table noe the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Dte. 1906. lO4.1903., 1902. 11901. 11900. 189.
6 01 I
4 874! 6 00
1.4 92 1 4 5
4 92 ( 4 91'
4 64V 4 841
4 894! 4 831
4 874 4 86;
4 78 1
4 60 4 0
4 66 4 04
4 8?4 4 9il
4 79 I
4 fiV! 4 03
4 74' 4 O.I
I 4 02
1 4 891
The following table shows the prices paid
at the river markets for cattle:
Good to choice corn-fed steers. .. .$5.2.r)6.75
Fair to good corn-fed steers 6.0041 6.40
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4.0u't5.O0
Good to choice range beef steers.. 4 254io.OO
Fair to good range beef steers 3 .6tu4.2o
Good to choice cows and heifers.. 3.3o(i(4.o0
Fair to good cows and heifers 2.tayo3.30
Fair to good western cows 1.5otft2.75
Canners and cutters 1.7613 3.50
Oood to choice Blockers & feeders. 3.7534 10
Fair to good Blockers and feeders. 3.0tg3.25
Common to fair stockers & feeders 2.50u3.00
RANGE OF PRICES.
Chicago 1.261i6 30 4.0fi5.124
Kan; us City 1.7ui6.8i 4.6OJ15.00
St. l,oul8 2 00a5.86 4.6c(iu.06
Sioux City 2.00'i6.76 4.75i(4.86
The following list shows the number of
cars of feeders shipped to the rounli y yes
terday and their points of destination:
David RanWn, Tarklo. Mo. Q 3
John Burkhiser, Hamburg, la. Q 6
J. Pryor, Hamburg, la. ti 2
C. A. Barnes, Tabor, la. Q 2
F. Ij. Anderson, AsMand Q 1
J. R. Smith, Walbark Q 1
F. Westlnnd, Ithlca Q 1
A. M. Bates. Oakland. Itt.-R. 1 1
Charles Palm, Extra, la. R. I 1
T. M. Sinslulr & Co.. Cedar Rapids. Ia.
N. W 1
L. G. Shumway, Lyons M. & O
George Johnson, Wakefield M. & 0 1
Herman Zessen, Madison U. P 2
E. T. McQehee, Madison U. P I
M. T. Bohman, Schuyler U. P 1
A. Li, Anderson, jr., Lyons M. & 0 1
C. Savage, North Bend U. P 1
John Qulnn, Woodrlver U. P 1
D. Broadwont, Taylor Spur B. & M.... 1
F. U. Ooodfellow, Ashland B. & M 1
Kllpatrlck Bros., Hoag B. 4V M 1
C. J. Mulllh. Dunbar B. &
J. Baker, Dunbar B. & M
J. Duncan, Dunbar B. & M
E. E. Glthne, Merna B. a M
Wm. Winkleman, Lohrvllle, la. O
E. S. McDonald, Bayard, la. Mil
Anda Barr, Snyder F. E
John Hosher, Cedar Bluffs F. E
L. T. Bordner. PUger F. E
Peter DeCoy, Crookston F. E
J. H. Bieser, Harrison F. E
H. Heesch, Nebraska City Mo. Pnc.
Paine & 8., Luton, la. Mil
Gibson P. & K.. Boone-U. P
Frank Rhode. Lyons M. & O
Haywood & B., Tekamah M. A O...
Frank Cameron, Tekamah M. & O...
The official number of cars of
brought In today by each road was:
c, m. t Bt. f. fiy...
U. P. System
O. & N. W. Ry
F., E. & M. V..Ry...
B. M. Ry
C, H. oi Q. Ry
C. R. I. & P., east..
Chicago Gt. Western
Total receipts ...
63 3 "T
The disposition of the day's receipt was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tha num
ber of head Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co 739
Swift and Company 1,028
Cudahy Packing Co 1.191
Armour & Co 1,234
Other buyers 27$
Total Tm 273
CATTLE The run of cattle this morning
was small and Inconsequential and there
was practically no trading whatever.
; As will be noted from the tablo above,
, the receipts of rattle this week have been
somewhat smaller than for the previous
six weeks, and as compared with the re
ceipts for the same week last year they
1 are larger by about 8.000 head.
The week's trade opened at prices that
were lust about steady with the close of
last week. The run was only moderate
I and during the week the more desirable
I kinds of cattle have been rather scarce,
I the larger portion of the stuff coming In
during the week being of the common and
All during the week there has been a de
cided shortage on the better grades of
corn fed and western cattle, while there has
been a fair demand for this kind of cattle,
with the result that choice beef steers close
the week steady to a little lower, while
the common and medium kind of stock
closed the week slow and off 151520c from
last week's prices.
Cows and heifers have been In fairly
good supply all this week. This is par
ticularly true of the last few days' run.
For the first three days of the week there
wss an active demand for srood cow stuff,
both on the part of packers and outside
people, with the result that prices ad
vanced a little over the previous week's
close. However, the succeeding days saw
a decline In this kind of stuff of from HXij
15c. The market on cows and heifers for
the week closed slow and li"ifl5c off, ex
cept on the choice stuff, which remained
The run of feeders this week has not
been up to expectations and there have
been but a comparatively few choice feed
ers on the market. The market on this
kind of stuff opened strong and all during
the week there has been quite a number
of country buvers In, but most of them
were looking for the heavier stuff and were
unwilling to take light and common kind
of cattle, with the result that the common
and light class of stockers nd feeders
closed off 15fi20c. while the choice heavy
stuff cloned the week Juat about steady.
HOGS Receipts of hogs this morning
were moderately large for a Saturday,
about 4,2uO head being received, making an
average run for the day.
The market on hog opened brisk and
generally iliO higher this morning, and
there was considerable trading done at that
advance. The trade on choice light butcher
weight stuff was mostly 2'voc higher, the
most of the hogs of this kind sel'Ing at
prices ranging from $4 80 to $1 S5. with the
loppy loads selling at $4 90, while the hoik
yesterday was $4. 774ft 4 80 and the top $4 -'.
whit h top does not include a little assorted
stuff. As has been stated the early market
opened brisk and active and ruled so at the
prices quoted during the early part of Mie
forenoon, but later eased off considerable,
losing the most of the early morning's ad
vance. Prime heavyweight hogs during the
esrly portion of the morning sold at prices
that were generally 24c higher.
The receipts, of hogs for the week were
about 28,0 heud. This Is smaller than for
the two previous weeks and also smaller
DRUIDING'S FINANCIAL REVIEW
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building, Chicago. III.
CHICAGO, Nov. 11 (Special.) Weakness
has developed In the New York stock mar
ket. Although there have been slight flur
ries of selling, no very Important liquida
tion hss taken place until recently. Sat
urday and Monday there was some slight
evidence of selling by tho pools, but yes
terday It became very evident that many
of the prominent pools were selling. Rich
men who have been holding these securities
have been basing their positions on the
stability of the general business condi
tions, ha vine; n mind the fact that money
always grows easier with the beginning
of a new year. However, money Is any
thing but easy at the present time.
Yesterday call funds rose to 16 per cent,
with rates at such a level that It requires
unustfa! optimism to sustain the market.
Money Is very badly needed, and the New
York banks certainly have not got It to
furnish, because there are no reserves to
amount to anything over the legal re
serves required by law. High Interest
rates are expected to continue for a num
lier of days. It Is more than likely that
the bank statement tomorrow will have
to be manipulated, or the reserve fund will
be exhausted. I confidently expect a bank
ing condition that will disturb the money
rates to a still greater degree.
An Immediate necessity for money by
pools which have been operating has be
come so stringent that the future action
of these pools will be largely decided by
the necessities of the present, with little
regard for the exitected easing up of the
money market at the first of the year. The
money market Is msster of this situation.
Little attention has been paid to anything
than the receipts for the same week one
vear ago bv a small number. The moderato
run hat; served to a certain extent to pre
vent much of a decline, but still the prices
tot hugs at the close, of the week Is elioiit
74c lower than at the close of last weeks
No. Av. Bh. Pr. No.
4 810 too 4 75 47..,
A go. Pt.
...167 40 4 124
,...147 120 4 lm
, . . .IbO IN 4 12
...xu 120 4
... 11 0 4 2t
....366 110 4 fit
....241 40 4 82
....114 10 4 I2i
....174 i0 4 USt
....2W ... 4 824
....mi m 16
....241 s 4 U
...181 110 4 U
2M ... 471
....30S M 4 76
....876 ... 4 774
....17 80 4 fl
323 160 4 80
.885 10 4 M
....:74 110 4 10
....Slit 80 4 SO
....274 140 4 90
241 206 4 ID
H 40 4 M
217 110 4 It)
2(1 100 4 tO
..241 W III
200 it 4 10
m 120 4 10
264 SO 4 M
2111 ISO 4 M
2t0 ISO 4 tv
. ....3J 200 4 so
274 ... 4 80
2U3 120 4 24
....260 180 4 t!
... 4 (I
... 4 16
m 4 is
80 4 16
.224 IM 4 11
...25 ... 4 5
...181 160 4 174
...211 HO 4 0
...204 ... 4 0
,..!t ISO 4 (24j
SHEEP There were only three cars of
sheep reculved this morning, and as there
were no sheep of any consequence left over
from the sales of yesterday the market this
morning was practically bare and there was
no trading at all to speak of. The supplies
of sheep this week were very liberal, about
89,000 head being received, as against 65,000
head for last week. The run has been
pretty well divided this week as to killers
and feeders, but the demand for practically
all kinds of feeders has narrowed down so
that the outlet for feeding stuff of the num
ber that have been received here this week
has been entirely too small. There have
been but a comparatively few buyers in
this week, and this fact has aided the
packers in forcing the prices down on all
lat stuff. Late this week the market has
been In pretty bad shape, the most of the
stock received being of the common aort,
which has found a rather slow s'e.
The run of fat sheep during the week, has
been a very fair one, but for the meet part
has consisted of the common run toc;
while buyers were In a bearish frame cf
mind and were wanting the better class of
stuff, with the result that the market was
rather slow; this Is especially true of the
latter part of the week. Good, fat an
have sold at prices that were Just about
steady with last week's close, while ewes,
wethers and yearlings are 10fc.6c lower
than last week. ,
There has been a fairly good run of feed
ers this week, but, as the case with the fat
stuff, the majority of the feeders consisted
of the common and light stuff, causing a
slow market. Light feeding lambs have
suffered a decline of 26'a40o, while feeding
ewes have declined 2oiu36o. There hv;
been but few yearlings and wethers offered
this week and these have sold mostly 6(tluc
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Oood
to choice fed lambs, $7.0uJ7.26; good to
choice range lambs, $6.9oti.26; good to
choice yeaning wethers, $5.60&J.OC; good to
choice old wethers, $5.40Ca6.6O; good to choice
old ewes, 4. 60(16.30.
Quotations on feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feeding. $5.66i84.16; good feeding yeai
lings, $4.76u6 26; good feeding wethers, $4.60
&6.0O; good feeding ewes, $3.75t.36; breed
ing ewes. $4.264.60.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow Hogs Strong; to Five
CHICAGO, Nov. 11. CATTLE Receipts,
800 head; market slow; beeves, $3.i0i0.30:
cows and heifers, 1. 264.75; stockers and
feeders. 12.204; 4. 20.
HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head; estimated
Monday, 35,000 head; market strong to 60
higher; mixed and butchers, $4.70n5.L4;
good heavy, $4. 705. 124; rough heavy, $4.60
fc4.65; light, $4.76y6.074; pigs, $4-4uS.00;
bulk of sales. 14 80 5.06.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, $,0u0
head; market weak; yearlings, $j. 250.10;
lambs, $6.1)00 7.75
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, , Nov. 11. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 8,000 head, Including 100 southerns.
Market unchanged; choice export and
dressed beef steers. $5.00(86 80: fair to good,
$3.tkVu4.60; western steers, $2 80ffH.4O; Block
ers and feeders, $2.4u64.20; southern steers,
$24j4.00; southern cows, $1.75443.00; native
cows, $1 75i'4.0o; native heifers. $2.0ol,4.7S;
bulls, $2.0Ca3.00; calves, $2.3tv6.25.
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head, Market
strong to 6c higher. Close, weak. Top,
$4 974; bulk of sales, $4 8ra4 96; heavy, $4.90
i4 974; packers, $4.o3-l.974; Plga And lights,
; $4-7H 954.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
Market nominally steady; native lambs,
$5.5ti)7.40; western lambs, $55ta'7.80; ewes
and vearllngs. $4 6uy1.00; western clipped
vesr'tprs, $6.4Ofi6 00; western clipped sheep,
$4.5066 85: stockers and feeders, $3 9if(H.76.
ii.ece,its for ti.e week: Cattle, 76. 3' 0 head;
, hogs, 66.900 head; sheep, 23.100 head.
I Mew York l ive Stock Market.
I NEW YORK. Nov. ll.-PEEVFS-Re-
celpts, 6.500 head; exports today, 910 head
beeves and 6.2oo quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts. 194 head; demand
I slack and not much trading: no sales of
veals; westerns. $-i.50: city dressed vesls.
! slow, 6jl2c; country dressed, unchanged, 7
8HKKP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 1,742
head: sheep, steady to Arm, 15c higher;
1 lambs. $7 .tcS7 85; few cull sheen. $'-'.50.
' I tressed muttons, steady, 7(jl0c; lambs, firm.
HOGS Receipts. 2.641 head; no sales re
ported and feeling firm.
St. Loals Live Stock Market.
ST. I5U1S. Mo.. Nov. 11 CATTLE Re
celDts. &tO head. Including 4u) Texans. Mur-
! ket steady; native shipping and export
steers, $4.3fi6.86; dressed beef snd butcher
steers. $2. 76'ri5.5t; steers, under l.OoO pounds,
$2.75U4 00; stockers and feeders. $2uOije50:
cows and heifers, $2 .oi&4 5o; canners. $1.74
, t2 50; bulls, $2 242 70; calves. $2.5i j. 75 ;
lexas ana jnumu meers, .ud.ou, vows
and heifers, S2.Oui43.0i.
IKXiS Itecelpts. 2 Ouo head. Market
higher: plKS and light. $4 61 fa -4. 85; packers,
(4 u-l 3, ; butchers and best heavy, M'rf
No sheep on sale.
m. Joseph Lit stock Market.
ST JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 11. CATTI.E
Recelpts, 1.0u6 head. Market steady; native.
$3 67145.80; cows and heifers, $1.5c'4 65;
stockers and feeders. $2.7i4j3 90.
HfXIS Receipts. 6 125 head; mostly 5c
higher; light. $4 8tj4 9T; medium and heavy,
J4 mrewa-.; bulk. $4.su4l4.96.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 589 head.
Market steady; wethers, $5.7o.
Slona City Llvst Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY Nov. 11. (Special Tele
gram. CATTLE Receipts. lij head. Mar
ket steady; beeves, $4'rTS.76; rows, bulls
and mixed, $100to3.35; stockers and feeders.
$:.7Vu3 75; calves and yearlings. $2.5ol to.
HOGS Receipts. $.300 eed. Market fro
but the news relating to the enonev mar
ket, llila applies even to the splendid
showing of the pig Iron production in Oc
tober, where the monthly output exceeded
the 2.000.0-tnn mark.
In many bank circles efforts were made
to create the Impression that high money
rates would only prove temporary. Some
banks call attention to the fact that In
terior funds are bring loaned to New York.
Borne little hope as to the bright money
outlook was aroused by the rumor that
the government may give aid to the money
market In the shape of Increasing Its de
posits In the national banks to tho extent
of $25,0iX.0O0 or over.
Frank O. Wetmom, cashier of the First
National bank, In reviewing the situation
yesterday, said: "While there has been
no stringency In the money market, bank
ing clrclee make no concealment of the
fact that they are apprehensive of a plight
money equeese prior to the end of the
year." Mr. Wetmore added that money
will undoubtedly be at high rate for sev
eral months. France being money poor
through Its Russian loan.
8. H. Chapln Co. say: "That the money
situation continues the dominating influ
ence In the stock market." Call rates
were marked up today to 15 per cent, re
sulting In a further liquidation and a ten
dency to lower values.
In view of this sensational rise In money
rates, the average decline was less than
a point. This would Indicate that the
big people are quietly picking up stock on
a scale down. Liquidation by commission
houses for the past week has eliminated
a good many weak accounts and put the
market In a much Improved condition.
There was a great demand for stock lit
the loan crowd today, with the supply
rather limited. This shows that the short
Interest has not been frreatly reduced and
that the market Is being oversold.
Although a number of subscribers to thlg
paper write me at Infrequent Intervals ask
ing me to reconsider my views as to tha
future of this market, I can only stead
fastly adhere to the doctrines I hava been
preaching for the last two months. Sub
stantial bull movements occur only as the
effects of solid, substantial action. It Is
necessary to have a great Investing publlo
behind tho market, and after 'close ex
amination of the field I d""01. h"''1"
ut all In saying that the public Is not In
this market, and It Is my firm belief that
the public does not Intend to get In. 1
still maintain that no decided bull market
will develop from present price levels, and
those that feel bullish should buy as con
servatively aa possible.
W. Farnam Smith & Go.
Union Stock Yards, 101. Subject to sale,
1320 Farnam St. Tel. 1064
P.tTIJtte MIKItS. If- TlvBEtt, eyaFXTTiR.
rSl l.SPl STR1AI. STOt KS siskins poaelhlo
Altnfc lNTCkKST aa. fKOFlTS. llMod Of
nllwH, our specialty, gonklets siring full in
lornieUon anatleS free am sprltcsHo..
IoiM.t,AN hACV.V CO.,
Bankers Brokers, " . Mew York
F. D. Day & Co.
Stocks. Grain. Provisions
shift Voir Grata to Va,
Braiaiek OCaee. llO-lli Board ot Trade
Bldc-e Omaha, !-. Tolopfcono 814.
217-214 Exchange adg.. 8outh Omaha.
Bell 'Phone Ho. independent 'Pnoaa $.
higher; selling at $4.754.85; bulk ot sales,
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 4 4.270 7t6
Sioux City 100 1.300
Kansas City 1,000 ,onn
Bt. Joseph LOOS 6,125 589
Bt. Louis 600 $,000
Chicago $00 11,000 8,000
Totals. . .
3,900 $4,595 9,355
eKAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade 4aotatloas oa
Staple and Pssey Prwdaco.
EX3Q9 Candled stock. 16019c.
LIVB POULTRY Hens, 8Vio; roosters, 6o;
turkeys, 15ltk:; ducks, 9y9Vio; spring chick
BUTTER Packing" gtock, 15c; choice to)
fancy dairy, 18a 19c; creamery, 21621Vc;
SUGAR Standard granulated. In bbls.,
15.58 per cwt. ; cubes, $S 40 per cwt. cutloaf,
M.86 per cwt: Ko. 5 extra C, $5.40 per cwt ;
No. 10 extra C, $5.26 per cwt.: No. 16 yellow,
$5.20 per cwt.; XXXX powdered, $3.20 per
FRESH FISH-Trout, lOflllc; halibut, 13o;
buffalo, dressed, 8c; pickerel, dressed, fiVjo;
white bass, dressed, 12; sunflsh, ne: perch,
scaled and dressed, 8c; pike, 10c: catfish, l$c;
red snapper, lOo; salmon. He; craopies, 12c;
eels, 18o; bullheads. He; black bass, 25o;
whlteflsh, 12c; frog legs, per dog., 85c; lob
sters, green, 27c; boiled lobsters. SOo; shad
roe, 45c; blueflsh, 15c; herring, 4u.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: No. 1 upland, $7;
medium, $ ti.50; coarse. $6.
BRAN Per ton, $12.
ORANGES-Valencia, all sixes, $S.0036.50
Florida, all sixes, $3.7634.00.
LEMONS Lemoniera, extra, fanoy, $40
lee. $5; $00 and 3t0 sixes, $.
DATES Per box of 30 1-lb. pkgs.,
Hallowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6c;
walnuts, stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs., $2 per dox.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton, 7uy50
Imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 12c; 6-crown, 14o.
BANANAS Per medlum-slxed bunch, $1.76
62.26; Jumbos, $2 6193.00.
PEARS Utah, Kief era. and Vicars, $2; Do
APPLLS Een Davie and Wlnesaps, In
$-bu. bbls., $3.1004.00; In bushel baatcets, $1;
California Bellfloweru, $1.60; Colorado Jona
than and Urlmes' Uolden, $2.O"2.10; New
York apples, $4 50 per bbl.
GRAffiS New York Concords, per $-lb.
basket, 22c; Muscats, per 4-basket orate.
$1.76; Tokays, per 4-basaat crate, $1.76.
taLINCkS Michigan, per bu., $2 60.
CRANbUKKlbS-barly Braces, $$.60 per
bbl.; Bell and Cherry, $8.60.
POTATOES New, per bu., 60a.
ONIONS Home-grown yehow, red and
white, per bu., tU: Spanish., per crate. $1.40,
WAX BEANS Per fe-bu. basket. 2&&36o,
string beatis, per S-bu. box, stato.
4fcAN-iavy, per bu.. $2.00.
CUCUMBERS Per dos., 26o.
CA B BAG Jb Home-grown, In crates, per
Bhfc.1'8 New, per bu., 70c
CfcLfcRY Kalauuaxoo, per dos., 2So.
8WEICT POTATOEJt-Virgluia, per $-bt.
bbl , $2 60.
Wholesale prices tor beet cuts: Ribs No.
1, li'fcsc: No. i. V; No. i. bC. Round
No. 1, 10; No. 2, U'c; No. $. 5V4.C. Loins No.
1. 16V--; No. 2. 10c; No. 3. 7,c. Plates No.
I, Sae; No. 3, 3c; No. $. 2c. Chucks No.
1. 4ku; No. 2. 8,c; No. $, 3o.
HONEY New, per 24 :is., $3.60.
CHEh,8i, owlix new, 16c; Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin llmburger, 13c; twlus,
lvWc; young Americas. 130.
NL'To-Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb.. 13c; hard shells, per lb., Uo;
No 2 soft shells, per lb., 11c. Pecans, largo,
per lb., 15c; small, per lb., 13'-,c. Peanuts,
per lb.. 7c; roasted, per lb., o. Chili wal
nuts, per lb., lU'jC. Almoads, soft shells.
Kor lb.. 17c; hard shells, per lb., 15c. fcnell
ark hickory nuts, per bu., $1.76; large
hickory nuts, per bu., $1.60. Chestnuts, luo
per lb. Cocoanuls. $4 00 per sack of lu).
HIDES No. 1 green, 9c; No. I green. $c:
No. I salted, lOc: No. $ salted. t'c; No. 1
veal calf, 11c; No. 3 veal calf. c; dry
sailed, 7tfl4c; sheep pells, 26c.l.u0; horse)
hides, $l.tiu 3.00
Merehaadlse sad gpecle.
NEW YORK, Nov. ll.-Total imports of
merchandise and dry goods at the port of
New York for the week ending today were
valued at $13.338. was.
Total lmitorls of specie at the port of
New York for Ihe week ending today were
e-i.elS silver and $77,8.1 gold. Total exports
of si-cl from the port of New Vork for
the week ending today were $7ol,M2 silver
and $79.6uo gold.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1 1. M ET A L8 There
was no quotable change In the various
metal markets, and business was generally
quiet. Tin is steadily held, St t3 2o. Lake
Oopper Is quoti'd at $14.3?1vi Id 75; electro
lytic, $l.25'ol 2V. and casting at lU.Oiac
1 26. Iea4 Is firm, with quotations ranrtng
from $5 16 to $5.35, and spelter, steady, at
$ li(!4.S0. Iron U reported In good de
mand at reount price.