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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1003.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
ythtti loldi Etttdr at f oiiderb'.T
, Uer Priofi.
'lightness of money checks advance
He Bart of Bad Wratkrr In Argentina
Has Strengthened In Aaenpe 4 nra
I n( Are Higher (irn-
ml Grain eea.
OMAHA. Nov. II. 1!KW.
.heat held Steady at higher price, but
at evidently held In check by ihe light
f money market. Report of bad weather In
miiji iinij rv fi I eiipg i neill MK oilmen, c
on the market. Receipts overran esti
mate and Canadian receipts were very
inrge. a wire I rum Minneapolis says
int titers are not selling nt the reduced
prices of the last few days. December
-ioeen at 86HW4C. May at gSSc nd July
Corn w JUe higher. Decemlier closed
at 44'de, old December at 45'4c, M.y at
aw and July at 46Hc.
Oat ruled higher. December
cloned at Hc, May at S2c and July at
Bradstreet'a total wheat Increase la
l.liMl.noo bushels, corn Increase 640,000 bush
el, oats Increase lfi7,ono bushel?,
clearance were 130.000 bushels of corn
114.0 0 bushela of oats, 277,iO bushels of
w ieat, and 23,000 barrels of nour. Primary
w-heat receipts were 1,430,000 bushels and
shipment (TlO.ono bushels, against receipts
lart year of 904,000 bushels and shipments
of 379.W.O bushels. Primary corn receipts
wem ,7i,ooo bushels and shipments SiJ.oiiO
nusnets, against recept lust year of
488.G0O bushel and shipment of 128,000
Liverpool closed Had higher on wheat
and VaVad lower on corn. The strength of
wheat was due to bad weather in Amen
Yesterday's break In the corn market en
abled Chicago shippers to do the biggest
nusiness they have done for some time.
Hales were 4W..000 bushels largely for De
ember shipment. Hales nf oats were 425.
fc"0 IniKliels. Including 2X0.000 bushels to Ger
many. A special from Washington aays: "Treas
ui y ofltclula here treat the money situation
In New York with marked apathy and
unanimously endorse Secretary Shaw's at
titude towards It. They feel that It will
not lie long before the JHO.Ooo.onfi or more
money New York has lost to the Interior
since the outflow began will soon return,
mill the fact that only 1100.000 was sent to
New Oilcan Monday Is regarded as evi
dence Hun the demands from thai quartet
me leswnltig dallv."
A telegraphic extract from the Record
Herald ut Logan ft Bryan's office says:
"It costs about 1c more a bushel to ship
torn from Chicago to Europe than It did
three months ago. This corn does not look
very li up to them In foreign markets
!. lino lifter the first rush Is over they
lll not bo so eager for It."
Omaha taah Sales.
W HIS AT No. 1 hard, 1 car. ROHc; 3 cars,
iV; No. ,1 liurd. 1 car. 711c; 1 car, 78Hc; 1
inrs. 7Kc; 2 cars. 77He; 3 cars, 77c; 2 curs,
7niv: No, 4 hard, I car, 7c; 1 car. 7lHc; 1
cur. 74'.-; 1 car, 73c; 1 car loudly burned), "0c.
O.VItf-No. 4 white, 1 car, 27c.
HA HI. KY-No. 3. 1 car. 3SHc; No. 5, 1 car,
WIIEAT-Nn. 2 hard. 7!tiSHc:
hard. iiHf78c: No. 4 hard. 7'.lJjr6c;
Lpi iiiK. '.(Millie; No. 3 Hpiing. 77(0 7Sc.
Ou.N-.Nu. 3 old, 4-ic; new, w
How. old, 44c; new, 41c; No. 3 white, old.
i ; new, 42c.
OATH - No ;i mixed. 27 V; No. 3 white.
Li,.-; No. 4 white, 27fj2Mc.
i.YK No. 2, ; No. 3, G3&04c.
4. a riot Hecrlpt.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 354 399 272
Kansas City 'Ji7 li 11
'. oualia ?A 12 20
bi. touts 67 62 Hi
M'.VV YORK ;r.MCKAI. MARKKT
of the Day
NHW YORK, Nov. 14 FLOUR Hecelpts
a...S,' bbls.; exports, 2.SM bbls. ; market dull
iii.il iini'hatiKed; winter patents. $4-264
4 1.1; winter siiralghts, J4.0iWi4.10; Minnesota
1. ..vii.a. i.ii.i(o.jii. Minnesota bakers, $3.6T'fi)
4.. winter extras, )2.MVU;t.26; winter low
eui)"H. ii.;&ti;i.'A. Hyt flour, Arm; fair to
hhjiI, f:( 'mf(f4.1o; choice to fancy, 14. WM 'M.
Buckwheat flour, firm at $2.15ti'2.i5 for spot
1 1 1 ! e.
IIUCKWHKAT Quiet, G4HiKc delivered.
..., M aiAl Barely steady; fin whlta
...in elluw. $1 '.'.') 'a 1.3i.i, coarse, I1.16'( l.ls;
,.1 I ell led. fc.l Urui 15.
II YK Steady; No. 2 western, 7', c. I. f.
1IAULEY Easy; feeding, 41c, c. I. f.
1 laiuim. WVytil'tc c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Kscelpts, il.OiI) bu. : exports,
104.147 bu. Hpot market steady; No. i red,
91 elevator and 93Hc f. o. b., afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth, 9Hc f. o. b., afloat;
No. I northern Manitoba, fit He f. o. b.,
uihMit. options market was firm and
higher nio.it ot the session, with a slight
Ic.itlioii near the close. Last pikes
allow .I HmH" bet advance. The controll
ing cUiim were strong cables, adverae
W11H news from Argentina, a better
i'.ixi f.oinand and coverings; May. H-i'tii
:V ' loxed at 92V; December, K9fv,
1 in.. 1 111 .r.'.fec.
1 1 Its -Lei elpls, 64,500 bu.; exports, 1,630
hu. Spot market steady, 67c; No. 'i new,
.n: Mev.itnr and f. o. b., afloat; new No. 2
eil w, ;.; new No. 2 while, fnHc. Op
tio.s market was active and decidedly
' lier on stop-loss covering and very light
ftailiiBs. but dropped suddenly at the
clone under manipulation. Klnnl prices
were H'jHo net higher; May, 61 He; De
fi'inlief, ikSH'fl.iSc, closed nt Me.
OATH - Hecelpts. 42,ll bu.; exports, 33,-X-.1I
bu. Hpot market firm; mixed. 26 to S2
U.K. :Ge. natuial while. 30 to 82 lbs.. 36
' ;, .c. clipped whits, 3t to 40 lbs., J7Hir
i-Kl'.lt Klrni: spring bran, f'.; oo. prompt
- .'i. nl: liiiildllngs. tU.uo, pro opt shlp-
i.ii-nl . city, IIK.OutJ 12.50.
HAY- Hlnady; shipping, SO&Ooe; good to
) v k
lOrs- Hieady; state, common to choice,
li'ii:.".c. l'i4. l::iT7c: olds. 5Si8c. Pacific
!';. li.uluc: l Sx 4. 10&14C: olds. bhSc.
HIDES Firm; tialvealon. 20 to 26 lbs.,
-' ia. -I to J5 pounds, 21c; Texas,
1 '.1 i .oiiids, ll)c.
l.i:.VTIIi:it- Steady; ucld. Ifl27c.
. .. iMii,'ti-M'i f. steady; laniily. til. 50
' 11 j:i u 10 .50; beef hams. 21.Co4(
: po kei tle.U'till 50; city, extra Intlia
im mi.. SI7 CO'a 18.50. Cut meals were quiet;
'i em. . T.Val.i .50, ph kled shoulders,
; Ki'i7 On; pickleni hams. $9.2.Vu0.7ri. Lard.
I inlv steady: western steamed. $7.3.Vu7.&;
leinnii. qulei, continent. 17.75. pork, barely
1I11.; ,; faimlv. Jlrt rn- 17. wi; short clear,
;4 1 j I ;. r 0 . inesM. Jlti.,Vitl7.iiO.
'1' I .l.i nv Firm; city (12 per pkg 1, 4V;
oniili) t'ks. free). 4Hiiic.
1. i.- i iiin: oiiiiksiu. 1. ill- to extra, 3'i
1 ' 1 1 1 iirmiinal .
I ' I 'TTEH- In egutoi-; street pi le extra
ii"imiT. 24i ; ofheial prices, creamery,
in",!,!.!) to extra. ltfcj'JIc; held extrn, 22Hc;
' it'i iluiry. common to extra. 7l2Clc; reno-
1 e,i n inmnn to extra. ITliMc; western
I i' l"i v, 1-0mn-.no to extra, U17He: west-
11 Intliation .-e:inierv. cMra. lH'iilSc;
III-: l". 17H' 1
'i I'hoi.- Inetular: stilt., full cream,
einill colored and white. September, fan -y,
' c: stile late made, choice, l.lc; statu,
1 l' I " good. KH'1-C.
I 1 1' !S - Firm , state. Pennsylvania mid
I'e.rhy tunc, selected. white. 3.'fi3c;
1'iic. choice. S2t.;Ho: state, mixed fancy,
. western. iln.i. 2ic; weetern. average
li ne, .iij"7c. stiutliern. tomrXe.
I 'M l.TKV Alive, steady; western chlck
1 and fowls. HHc; tuikeys. 14c. Dresxed.
1, 1 ft and Ann; western chickens. K'il.,c;
t'i.ei. H7i;oc: fowls. 9ftiHc.
Mlunenpolls i;rala Market.
MINNKAl'oLm Nov 14.-FLOFR-First
'4lei t. tti4 Ki; second patents. N (I'M
4 7j: tliat clears. 7i: second clear,
PP.AN-In bulk, tll.io.
(Superior q.utations for Mlnnnoli de
livervi. Tie isnue of prices ut reported
by F. D Day A Co. wa:
Arilcl-i! Open. I High. I Low. I Close. I Yt y.
I cc . .
' 1 l-i'i
f.'iV.rfi', f iHiH
lslbl tnpply of Orala.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14.-Special cable and
t-lifripblc conimunlcui iona received by
UradHtreet show the fidlowing changes in
vaitallc supplies as compared with last
WHEJkT Cnltetl State and Caivada. east
of Rockic, Incretuii'd 2.4.aii4ii bu ; atloat for
and In Euroiie. dccreitsed 1.4ia),w0 bu.; total
aunplv. Increased l.(o.(0 bu.
CollN I'nlted States and Canada, east of
Rockl's. lucretiised u4i'.oii bu.
OATS-I'nlted Stales and Canada, east of
lti'i W. . Increased 1C7 to bu.
The 'e-tdiiig Iti. re tn s ieportHl Ibis week
r IdT.ioo Lu. In Mmutolm. 144 !' bn iit
" e Chl-a private elevator I2a. bu. at
Jitclieslci, 7i,,4) Uu. at lli ijiiincapoll prl-
vae elevators, .) mi. at cieveianq ann
54 (0 bo. at Portland. Me.
The leading decreases are !SO.fiO Mi at
the Milwaukee private elevator. 1J!.'"' bu
at Omaha and 114.l Im. at Ixiulsvllle.
nut ago tiR in An rBoi'ios
t eatarea nl the Traalac and I loalns
Prices on Board nf Trad.
CHICAGO, Nov. 14 The wheat market
tndriv showed a complete reversal of fuel
ing from yesterday. It was bullish through
out the entire session today and twenty-
four hours ago the sentiment was In favor
of a decline. Cold, wet weather In Argun-
tlna was one of the chief factors contrlbu.
Ing to the strong market today. At the
close prices were practically at the highest
point of the dsy with May option up .U
r. Com and oati were each up Sc. Pro
visions were Rfrloc lower.
Initial quotations In the wheat market
showed fair gains, the May option being
up i! He to He at SR'o to Wt1iHe. The
market at the opening was inimem-cu
mainly by the unexpected strength at Liver
pool, the weakness or yestcioay at mcag'j
having apparently little effect on the Lug
Huh market. According to a foreign stalls
tlclan the advance at Liverpool was the
result of reports from Argentina to the
effect that much damage had been wrought
to the wheat crops In the northern district
by rains followed by frost. There was
seemingly has tineaslness here over the
money situation In New York. This lack
of anxiety was generally attributed to the
fact that the majority of the weak holders
had disposed of their lines In the general
liquidation of the last few days. As the
esalon advanced reports of Improved buy
ing of foreign demand gave Impetus to the
upward tendency of prices. At New York
twenty boat loads were reported taken for
export while a similar amount was said to
have been shipped from Duluth to Oreat
Britain. Strength of cash wheat at Minne
apolis resulting from an urgent demand
from millers was a further Incentive to the
purchase of option. Another bullish Influ
ence ii the comparatively small Increase
In the world's visible supply. As shown
bv Bradstreets. available stocks Increaso
only about l.rtVD.OUO bushels for the week,
compared with an Increase of 6,5no,'M
bushels for the corresponding week of l.-ist
year. The liberal primary movements In
the United States was apparently Ignored.
Throughout the day shorts and conimisnfon
houses were active bidders. Offerings at
times were light. At HXVufchc My reached
the highest point of the day. Final quota
tion were at eVV Clearances or wheal
and flour were equal to RKl.um bushels. Pri
mary receipts were i.430.(m bushels, com
pared with 904,000 bushels a year ago.
Minneapolis, l'uluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 1,587 cars, against 752 cars last
The corn market ruled firm throughout
the day. A feature of trading was the per
sistent buying by a prominent commission
house that for the last few days has been
one of the leading sellers. Shorts also were
active buyers. A bullish factor was a mes
sage from Kansas declaring that feeders
were advancing their bids for corn almost
dally. Export demand showed more anima
tion and this Increased the bullish senti
ment. The market closed stronr. final
quotations being almost at the highest point
of the day. May opened HKHc higher at
46'4'fi45Hc, sold up to 4oH645Hc and closed
at 4Hc. lyocal receipts were 398 car with
five cars of contract grade.
The volume of trading In oats was small,
but the market held firm In sympathy with
the strength of wheat and corn. Htnail local
receipt, estimated for tomorrow, had a
bullish Influence. Fair export demnnd was
also a factor. May opened unchanged to
He higher at 3fi.l2Hc, advanced to 82-Vra2'4c
and closed at 32Hc. Local receipts were
Provisions were weak as a result of con
tinued selling of lard by local packers.
Bhorts were the chief buyers. A decline of
loc In the price of live boss had a depress
ing effect on the price of all other products.
At tne close May pork was down loc at
J12.87H: lard was off 5c at ii.97H; ribs were
IW. lower at
Kstlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
ir cars; corn, 210 cars; oats, 106 cars; hogs
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles.) Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close. Tts'y.
Wheat I I I I I
Dec. 85HfTi '.HI S5HS6H1?Vil R5H
May hHH't'Sl WH'8sH'''Hi JS'87T'o!S
July 83H 83H1i" US! 3i U'i
Dec. 4TiHI 46H 45H' 4Si 44H
tDec. 44H1i H'4tn-!l45 44l 44', 44 H
May VitidiSltoHiSl 4?.H 45'i 46H
July 4641 Hi I"3! 45 45H 44H
Dec. 29Hi ': -H a" 2H
Mav 3iHl32Hrfl1' 32 32H 82
July 31 31H! 31 31 H 30
Jan. 12 62H 12 56 12 SO 12 62'4 12 60
May 12 70 12 70 12 H6 12 67H 12 77H
Nov. 7 00 7 00 6 95 fi 97H 7 o'-'H
Dec. t R'.'H sfi 6 DO 6 80 6 87H
Jan. 6 S'-H f-H 77H R" 6 8" 4
Mav 6 97H 7H 6 96 6 97H 7 02H
Jan. 6 56 6 66 650 660 6 iV.i
May 6 75 77H 6 72H! 72H 6 80
Mo. 2. tOld. INew.
Cash quotntlons were as follows:
KLOt'R Steady ; winter patents. I4.ftvfif
4.2o; straights. t3.8tKii4.lu: spring patents,
t4. 00(4.20; spring straights,
bakers. t'J 25'i3.30.
WHEAT No. ! spring. K5fr7c;
No. 3. &rt
87c; No. 2 red. RWVaV.
CORN No. 2, 49c; No. 2 yellow
OATS No. 2. 2fHc; No. 2 white
No. 3 while, 2!K314c.
RYE No. 2. 71ft 72c.
BARLEY rood feeding. 37t5Sc; fair to
choice malting, 42i4tie.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. S3Hc: No. 1 northwest
ern. tU. mine timothy, t3.3o. Clover,
contract grade. t13 rXrt 13.25.
PROVISIONS Mean pork, per 1-bl., f13.76
J&13S7H- iJird, per V lbs., f;.97H- Short
ribs aide (loose). t7.12Ht(7.25. Short clear
Sides (boxed), t7.0CV(i7.12H.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of Hour and grain:
Flour, bbls 2fi.3n) 18.200
Wheat, bu lt9.7(V 5.700
Oats, bu 373.400 371.20)
Corn, bu ,5 14.3.70O
Rye. bu 16.000 37.0110
Barley, bu 171.000 36.SU)
On the Produce exchange todny the but
ter market was firm: creameries. 17H'S23c:
dairies. K'e'JOc. Eggs. tronger; at mark,
rases included. Lift 14c; firsts, 23c. prime
firsts. 2oc; extras, i?c. Cheese, steady, 1Ji
Kansas Clly tirnln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 14. WHEAT Firm:
December. 78Hc; May. &0'c; July. 75e.
Cnsh: No. 2 hard. H'yc; No. 3, 7HH'!Mc;
No. i red. WyfjHuV: 3- M5S9c.
CORN Higher; December. 4"Hc: Ma".
A'iHc. Cash: No. 2 mixed, 4.V; No. 3. 4S-j'?
44c; No. 2 white. 43Ht(44c; No. 3. 4JHV43C
OATS-Firm; No. white, wjtjic; no. i
II A Y Steady : choice umoiny, tu.iMiiz.uu:
choice prairie. l9.Mi9.Tb.
Hi K-wmii) . twin. c.
K(it8 Steady ; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2, whltewood cases Included, 24c; case
count 22V; casta returned V4 Jess.
BL'TTER Firm: creamery, ue.
Wheat, bu ; w.oii
Corn, bu 80l
Oatu, bu 4.000
The following range of price at Kansas
Cltv was reported by t. t. Day & Co.:
Articles.l Open, i High.l Low. I Close. Ye'y
I 15 45
I 12 do
) 12 32
I 12 57
1 77.'" 77'
6 90 I
I 6 90
Philadelphia I'roilare Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 14 BL'TTER
Firm, print, loc higher: extra western
creamery. 34c; extra nearby print, 2tic.
EUOS Firm: nearby lc higher;
fresh, los off, Hue; nearby fresh,
mark; western fresh, 2c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full
fancy. 13HJJ14c; New York Tull
choice. 13H'-; New York full cream,
PEORIA. Nov 14 CORN Lower; now
No. 3. 43 He; new No. 4. 4-'c; new no grade
OATS Sleaiiy; no. j white, 300; No. 4
WHISKY On the basis of tl for fin
14. VH EAT To arrive
No. 1 northern. ltlTc; No
t. lHc On track
No. 1 northern. 3"c; 0 j northern
De'emtiT. SJc; May. she.
OATS To arrive and or. track. c.
Toledo Seed Market.
Tf I.EIH. Nov. 14 SEEDS Clover, mar
ket ateudy; January. t February, $ i"
March. 30. l'rlius Uiuotliy, 11 ii. Prime
NEW TORI STOCKS AMD BONDS
V&rktt Yitt a Viforooa Brotry friin
Dtcided Weakitu ( Moniij.
MONEY CONDITIONS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED
HlBhest Rale I I rr test, with
an Average nt A boat 1 ler
lent Bands Art
NEW YORK, Nov. 14 Stocks made
vigorous recovery today from the decided
weakness of yesterday. The relaxation In
the money market was the nominal cause
of the movement, although the rates for
rhl! money during the day Indicated a
degree of stringency that should seem a
decided restraint on any large renewal of
speculative operations. The rate touched
was IK per cent ns ngairst tne actual mgn
rate of 20 per cent yesterday, not counting
the flurry of 25 per cent Just before the
close, which was regarded as having no
significance. But the high rate of today
was held only temporarily and a very
small amount of money was placed at that
rate of Interest. Later In the day, after
the principal demand had been settled, the
money rate fell below 10 per cent. This
occurred much earlier In the day than was
the case yesterday and wa the result of
freer offerings of funds.
The actual situation of the money mar
ket, therefore, was considerably amelio
rated as compared with yesterday. The
liquidation effected yesterday, of course,
was a factor in the strengthening of the
banking position. lArge lonns placed hy
foreign capitalists also played a part. Re
port were current that placing of Cana
dian funds and a movement of gold to New
Tork from Canadian points were factor
at work In the money situation. The cir
culation of rumor of ultimata Interven
tion by the secretary of the treasury to
ease the situation In case of any threat
of dangerous consequence, also contended.
although the reiterated Intention of the
secretary to confine any Intended relief
measures to the need of regular business
borrowers was again reported from Wash
ington. Resides all this, there wa a
growth of feeling that the situation did
not call for an extensive building up of
reserve by the hanks at this ttmn. It was
considered that the deficit In the legal re
serve requirement established on Saturday
left the percentage of total reserves to
deposit liabilities at 24.76 per cent, while
the percentage of total reserves ever since
September 1. with the exception of the
week ending October 21 and that ended
October S. has been below M per cent. The
actual change In the condition of the banks, i
therefore, was not great aside from the
sentimental effect of the existence of an I
actual deficit In legal reserves.
Speculative feeling wa dlsnosed to the
view that the banks were not called upon
at this time to go further than to repay
the actual deficit. The pressure upon the
money market at this time i recognlied
as due entirely to the active business con
ditions, supplemented by the speculative
demand bused on confidence In the general
business situation. These conditions ex
plain the extraordinary expansion to which
credits of the banks have been extended
and these same conditions are looked to
to maintain confidence in the great volume
of outstanding credits. Nothli.g like dis
trust bus been cited a the cause for any
of the loan contraction which has been
put Into force, but simply the Ihnltatlon
of resources to meet the extraordinary de
mands for credits. However, the demand
upon the bank reserves continued, the ope
rations with the subtreasury since the last
bank statement having withdrawn ulready
t1.421.nro from the banks. With the easing
of the money rate during the course of
today there was also a rally in foreign
exchange rates and the prospect of an
Import movement of gold was thus dissi
pated for the present. Last nrlcos for
stocks were the best and the closing was
active and strong at uniform net gains
running from one to two point for the
Honils were irregular. loiai saic par
value, t4.110.000. United States 2s and old
4s advanced H and the 3s H Pr Cent on
call, while the new 4s declined H per cent
The quotations on the New York Stock
exchange ranged as follows:
tsaies. mgn. 10 w. lone.
Am. Car Fttun....
do preferred .......
Am. Cotton Oil
American ExpreM .:
Am. Hide & L. pfd..
' American Ice sccur..
1 Am. Unseed Oil
Am. locomotive ....
Am. binelt. & R'fg..
Am. sugar K'f'g
Am. .otacco, pid. c.
Anaconda Min. Co...
Atlantic C. L
Baltimore & Ohio....
Brooklyn Rapid T...
Canadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton ....
C. & N. W
C, M. & St. P
Chicago T. & T
C, C C. & St. It...,
Colo. Fuel & Iron...,
Colo. 6c Southern...,
do lsi preferred
do 2d preferred....
Consolidated Gaa ...
Did. & Hudson
Del.. Lack. & W....
28.800 7H 65
200 97 97
2, 2" a) 43 41'
2i0 62 til
600 2 42
400 178 178
800 13H' I3H
luo 63 M
600 225 223
Denver & R. G
Distiller' Secur 800
do 1st preferred.... 100
do 2d preferred 4(0
General Electric 'M
Hocking Valley 2.4i0
Illinois Central 20
Intel national t aper.. 1,6M
do preferred 1"0
100 2H 26H
K. C. Southern
do pn-t erred
Louisville & Nash...
Met. Street Ky
Minn. & St. L
M . St. P. 8. 8. M.
Misbouri Put ifle
Mo., Ivan. A 1
N. H. R. of Mex. pfd.
N. Y. Central
N. V., Out. & W....
Norfolk ot Western..
P.. C. O. at St. L....
Pressed Steel Car ...
Pullman Pal. Car....
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred ....
Rock Island Co
St. L. & 8. F. 2d pfd.
St. Louis 8. W
do preferred ........
Southern Railway ..
Ttmn. Coal A Iron. . .
Texas c Pacific
T.. St. L. A W
I". S. Express
I'. 8. Realty
V. 8. Rubber
U. 8 Steel
atiO fttH 64 H
Western I'nlon Juo 93
Wheeling A L. E
Wisconsin Central .. 4-)
do preferred l'W
Northern Pacific .... I.lu
Central leather .... l.fte)
do preferred 3")
Total sale for the day
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14. Today' tate
luenl of tl. iicaa-iry balance in thu gen-
ersl fund, exclusive of the JIKn .my out gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance,
flSl.si8.430; gold roln ami bullion. 179.6:'.-79t-;
gold cetttflcates. 4V
Saw York r Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. MoN E Y On call.
ealer t 6Tjl8 per cent; closing bid. 6 per
cent; offered. 7H P"" cont Time money,
firm; 60 nd 90 day. 71J7H per cent; t
months, 6 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PATER- 6 per
STERLING EXCHANGE Irregular;
closed firmer, with actual business In hank
ers' bill at 14 .S.-vMrl.N'S for demand and
St t4.814v4 816" for '-day bills; posted
rates. t4 04H Mi and t4.8tH&-4 ; commer
cial bills. 14 Hlfc4.81H-
SILVER Bar. B'c: Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government nd railroad, Irreg
ular. Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
V . rat Ja
do reupon .
V 8. Sa. ri.
do coupon .
.O.t'4 jipan ft. 2d wrlfti...
,1KI in l, rtfa . -
. i4 t ! ripfl H
.104 t. A K. tint. 4a lot H
Manhattan 1. . 4 ..1"J
.l'4 M. Cantral 4
.131 ' iln lt Ine 3'j
. in ninn si. 1,. 4a at
. ; M., K T. 4a liii't
.115 1 do 2a S
111 N. R. R. of M t. 4.
. M N. T. I.
liiiH N J ' . a Ha H44
.l:iNo. Painc 4a 0i
.it , do la Jk
. N. w. r. 4a 101 V
.11.11 O. S. L rtS. 4a 7
. W4 Penn ronv. h'l
. HI Heading gn. 4 U'l t
. T4 Bt. L. 1 M r a .114
V. S. old 44.
V. P. nw 4a,
Am. Tobacco 4o .
AtrMaon (tan. 4a.
do adj. 4a
Atlantic ('. I. 4a
Pal. Ohio 4a...
Brk. H. T c.
Central of Oa.
du IM Inc
do Sd Ire
do Sd Inc
rhae ft Ohio 4Ha..
(Btrao A A IH"
C. B q n. 4a ...
C. R I. A P. 4a..
do rol. 6a
OfX. A St. L. r 4a
Col. lnd la, atriea
da aerlaa B
rolo. Midland 4a..
Colo 80. 4a
fuba t ,.
D. A R. O 4a
Manners' to. 5a..
Erta prior llaa 4a..
do n. 4a
Hocklh Val. 4'a.
WU St. U A S. r. f 4a. M
v st. us w c 4a.
. .101 H S'abouM A. L. 4a
. . 7 io. Picifte 4a
. . H do tat 4a ctfa
. 10--IH So. lUilvay f
A 7.1H Tail & P. la
.. 7IAj T , St. I.. W. 4l
..75 1 t'nlon I'acino 4a. .
.. 4H do con. 4
. .106 r. R. Slacl td (a.
. .101H Wabaan la
.. ai , do db. B
. .102 Waatern Md. 4a...
.. M ,W. L K. 4a
..1.1 IWIa. Icntral 4a...
. . 7
. . tor.
. . 1 to 1 4
.. 76 S
. . .4
Boston Stock and Bonds.
BOSTON, Nov. 14. Call lonns. HtjK per
cent; time loans, ftu'7 per cent, official quo
tatlona on stocks and bonds were as fol
lows: Atchison ad). 4a ...
Mr. Central 4a....
Rnaton A Albany..
Roaton A Maine
lioalon Elevated ..
Mexican .central ..
N V . N. H. A H
Par Marquette .
AitiM. Arr. Cham
Aoier. Pneu. Tube.
Amer. T. A T
Pomlnton I. A S. .
rdlron rier. Itlu. .
Oeneral Klectrlc ..
" 'Advtntara H
' 1 Amaliamaiad M-
f4" American Zinc
'"JS Atlanl'c 21
"' I nl. A Maria 4M
. it2 'ontenntal i'
..14.1 trpprar Kan( ...
.. i:l Paly Want
..InlH Unmlnlon Coal
. .I)" (Iranbj
.. i'i't Ulo Rorala
24i Maaa MIDln ..,
..li;H Mnnt. c A r...
. . 134 old pnminlon ..,
. . S: Oaceola
. tos Parrot
. . 21 igulrcr
. .244 shannon
. . 1 : Tama rack
.. Ut, Trinity
. .1 nltad 1 "poar ..
. 46 V,
. 71 'i
I . 8. Mlnlns..
V. 8. Oil
United Rhne Mach .
. S. steel
Weetlng. common .
London Closing; $tock.
LONDON Nov. 14 Closlnir nimtnllons on
the Stock exchange were ns follows:
Conaola. money . .
-! N Y. Central
ll-l Norfolk W
I do pfd
... tH Ontario W
...113 '4 Hand M.nea
. . tl'-U
Baltimore A Ohio
hea A Ohio
ex no lat r'd
I do Jd pfd
I" Southern Hallwar
1774 1 do ptd
4t Soutllarn I'ailfl.: .
kH fnlem Parlflr
4S do fd
HVf. B. Slel
73 I do pfd
Chicago lit. W...
M. A St. P...
Denter A R. U...
do let pfd
do td Pfd
Ixiulavllle A NatOl. . .1.? 4I do pfd .
M., K. A T S7S Spanlah 4i
pii.VKK-Har, firm, 29Hd per ounce.
MONEY 3-S3H per cent.
The rate of discount in the oren market
for short bills Is 4rft4H per vent; for three
months' bills, 4 per cent.
New York Mining:' Ktoek.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14.-
on mining stocks were a follows:
Adama Con I ILIttle Chief 6
Alice , ,i4 Ontario 125
Ureeoa 46 (lphlr 560
Brunawlrk Con 44 Phoenix 1
Comalook Tunnel 8 Poloaf 11
("on. t'al. A V 146 Rlvnie Vj
Horn Silver 170 rtlerra Nevada 37
Iron Silver Hi Small Hopea 30
Leadvllle Con 6 Standard 30
I3NDON, Nov. 14. Money was in mod
erate demand and in fair supply in the
market today. Discounts were firm. Trad
ing on th Stock exchange opened quiet,
with stocks fairly steady. Ixter prices
hardened and business became more ac
tive, the announcement of the Japanese
producing a good impression. Late Japa
nese issue received much attention. Con
sols were nightly easier at first, but ral
lied within the afternoon. Home rails were
upheld. Americans opened Irregular and
bounded up sharply from parity on New
York and local buying. They closed firm.
with aomo of them below the beat quota
tion of the day. Canadians were sympa
thetically higher. Russians, Peruvian and
Kaffirs hardened. Japanese Imperials 6s
of 1904 were quoted at 102.
BERLIN. Nov. 14. Price on the Bourse
today opened firmer.
PARIS, Nov. 14 Price on Hie Bourse
today Improved upon Iwtler advances from
New Y'ork and the Imminence nf the new
Japaneie loan. Russian imperial 4x were
quoted at 89.85 and Russian bonds of 1HU4
OMAHA, Nov 14. Bank clearing for to
dav were $1,476,718.80 and for the corre
sponding date lust year $1,296,594.79.
St. I.onla (General Market.
BT. IXiriS, Nov. 14-WHEAT-Futures,
higher; esh. heavy; No. 2 red. cash, ele
vator. H7V(i91'e; track. irIffiO-.'Hc: Decem
ber. 84HC7- May, 87Hc; No. 2 hard, Mi87e.
CORN Future, higher: cash, lower; No.
2 cash. 4HHc; track. 44i45e for new. 47Hc
for old: December. 4JHJ4Hc; May, 43'.
OATS Firm: No. 2 cash. 3oc; track, 30'jc;
Decen.ber, 3o',c; May, 31Hc; No. I white.
FIXDVR Steady : red winter patents. $4.30
r4.6o; extra fancy and straight, $3.9.h4.15;
clear, $2 i3.10.
SEED Timothy, steady, $2.3R"3.0n.
BRAN Steady; sucked, eat track, 69
HAY Steady; tlmothv, $8 Olifi 14.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIEB-$1.00.
J1EMP TWINE He. '
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing.
$14.20. Ijrd. lower; prime steamed. $6.0.
Iry salt meats, steadv; boxed, extra Bhorts.
$776; clear rib. $8.00; short clears, $8.25.
Bacon, steady; boxed, extra short, $8.50;
clear ribs, $8.27H; short clear, $9. on.
r.il'L 1 ii I-11 m: chickens. 7Hc; springs,
VoVfjc; turkeys, 12c; ducks, Hc; geese, ft
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 3fKS"Jbe; dairy,
-'"M5S Higher at 23i'. cse count.
The receipt and ljjnments of flour and
grain were: Receipt. Shipment
Flour, bbls ,.4l !..
Wheat, bu 67,f 6o.i0
Corn, bu 61,' tin.(aa)
Oat, bu Go, 1 luo 73,("i0
NEW YORK. Nov. 14.-r'OTTON-Spot
closed quiet at 10 points tower; middling
uplands, 11.30c; middling gulf, 11.55c; sale
BT. LOnS. Mo., Nov. 14 COTTON
Qulet; middling. HHc; wales, none; receipts,
117 bal; shipment. 218 bales; stock, 15.817
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 14.-COTTON-8pot
quiet: prices 13 point lower; American
middling fair, 6 Sid; good middling, 07d;
low middling. t.75d; good ordinary, t.57d;
ordinary, S.41d. The sale of th day were
$.000 bale, of which 500 were for (peculation
nd export and included 7, Sou American.
Receipt. 57.000 bales, including 62.000 Amer-
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 14 -COTTON-Qulel;
ale. 1.6m bale. Ordinary. 6c;
good ordinary, 9 9-16c; low middling, 10 7-Ine;
middling, 111116c: good middling. 11 T-16V;
middling fair. llc. Receipta. 23.92S bale;
totk, 2i7,073 bale.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. -COFFEE Market
for future opened (teady at unchanged
price. There wa aorne liquidation of
near position and, in spite of bullish
reiaurts concerning the coming crop, the
market eased off a partial 5 point during
the early trading The market dotted
teady. net unchanged to & point lower.
Sale were 245.uuu bag. Including Decem
ber at ti 46'r6.5.K-; M ir. It. 4 .,c; May, 7.1'Oy
7 vie; July, 7 2i-; September, I.Jic. Spot
qulcl; No. 7 Rio, $HkH
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Beef 6tin tid Ctwi Btctdy-rtiden
Stetdj to 8troof.
HOC MARKET FAIRLY ACTIVE, BUT LOWER
Mht Ran nf gherp and limba, Trade
Start, bond r'al Sheep gtrong
Terrier Steady, l ambs
6OITH OMAHA. Nov. 14. lvi.
. . Cattle. Hot Sheep,
'! Mnday M 2.78 18 759
Official Tuesday 4,3,10 J.ouO 8.00O
Two days this week...
Same week before
Same three week ao.
Same four weeks ago...
Same days last year .
RECEIPTS FOR THE
..."?''" ",bIr show the receipt
or cattle, hogs and sheen at 9ciiith Omaha
Tnr- th. . . . . .
IITJ Jil-ill ill im ,0
comparing; with last
190G. 1904. Inc.
... fco 169 M0.HO2 H.M7
...2,(X4.17 1.972.1U 82.447
...1.8u3.4tJl l,5i.!isl 23R.4S7
table shows the average
South Omaha for the last
Trice of hogs at
several days, with comparisons
7 001 t 131 4 l
111 121 4 72! 4 ft
T 151 29 641 4i 11
6 27! 4 521
t 071 S 03! I B2I
I 6 III i 071 821 I
I 6 17! t 1 70
- I n 14 C 78
2" I 6 71
6 OKI R 261
6 001 I 181 6 61
4 Ml 4 10
I 4 92 I
4 8SI fi ORI SI I 6 i
I (Ml I V H SI' Kill
I 4 14
31. ..f 4 92
I I 4 921 6 591 6 72 SOI 4 0
I 4 Ml 4 171 A all S R7I 4 471 4 03
4 S4V I 4 841 I Fl K 731 4 Rl 1 4 01
I 4 9H' 4 831 4 99 I b 721 4 tn! 4 04
I 4 87V 4 80! 4 871 6 611 4 56) 4 04
4 87HI 4 H 4 79' 49' 6 82
t ' 4 S! 4 741 61' 6 7l! 4 6I
4 87HI I 4 73! 6 631 6 711 4 64
4 MV 4 0I 4 78! 6 551 t ftS 4 67
i 4 tang i 6 44! 6 67 1 4 71!
I 4 79 I 4 871 J snl e Is Til a co
10.. 4 7HH 4 97 4 671 6 35; I 4 741
11.. 4 S1H! 4 4 62' 6 25 6 721 I
12.-! 4 wil 4 i:S! 6 10i 5 Ml 4 84
33. .i 4 79V ' 4 54 6 21 1 5 59j 4 74!
!! i 4 69' 4 571 6 28! & S 4 67 1
The following table show the price paid
at the river markets fur enttie-
Good to choice corn-fed steers....
alr to good corn-fed steer
Common to fair corn-fed steer. ...
Oood to choice range beef steers..
? j? Kood ran8 oecf steer
uood to choice cows and heifer.
V., to "ood cows and heifer
alr to good western cows
Canners and cutters .. . .
Good to choice Mocker feeder
, 8 ftii'4.2G
, 3 S:f 4 50
. Loom 2.76
. 1 751(3 50
f. - " '"'inris alio leeocre, b.i"h.i.:ii
t-omnion to fair stockers feeders 2 50(33 00
RANGE OF PRICES.
riiir in m ,itH t t 1 .A..:.n.
j Kansas City
4 .V4 95
2.1 tj 5.80
The following list
shows the number of
cars of leeders shipped to the country yes.
.v.,,,.j ,, i,.,r iHiints or aesiinauon:
I". Jucohsen, WltiKlde, Neb. M. & O
Fred Jtnsen, Wlnslde, Neb.-M. & O...
C. Carstens. D.'Sutu. Neb. M. O-.k..
John Ileldelk, Falrhuiy, Neb. R. I
J. 8. Jlnney & Bros., 1'ilger, Neb. F. E..
j. 4 . tiaroer. Brcnnan. 8. !). F. K
T. W. Jacobs, West Lincoln, Neb. B
Frank Spurck. Nelson, Neb. H. & M.,
Charles Agor, St. Paul. Neb. B. A M...
cunt Payne, Vail. In. N. W 3
H. H. blake. Low Moor, la. N. W 2
R. L. Kratnard, Dutiliip. la. I. C 2
August Wendi'ls. Clara. Ia. I. C 1
C. W. Owens, Springfield. Nch. Mo. P.. 1
H. Grlswold, Copper, Neb. Mil... .......... 1
Lyons Bros., Wood River, Neb. I'. P....1
Peter Bruce, Maxwell, Nch. t'. P... 1
George Thrush, Rogers. Neb. V. P 2
John A. Van Hoosin, Osceola, Neb. U. P. 1
McLeod & 8.. Manilla. la.-Mll 1
G. M. Bennett, feui'llmm, lu. K. 1 1
J. M. Flamigiin, Hernial). Neb. M. A O. 2
B. Goraau & Son, Friend, Neb. B.
& M 1
The official number of car of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Caille.llogs.Bn p 11 r a.
C, M. ft St. P 1 3
Wabash 2 5..
Missouri Pacific 2
P. System 28 18 16
C. & N. W 1 10
F., K. & M. V 65 35 10
C. St. P., M. & O... 3 7
B. ti M 78 19 20
C, B. & Q 3 6..
C, R. 1. & P.. east.. .. 2
C., R. 1. & P., west.. 7 1
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Gt. Western 1 6
TotHl receipts 189 114 46
The disposition of the day's receipt was
as follows, eaoh buyer purchasing the num
ber Of heud indicated
Omaha Packing Co 607
Swift and Company 9-'9
Cudahv Pkg. Co 1.129
Armour & Co 1,417
Vanuatu JVt Co 67
Carey & Benton 163
Ixibman ft Co 214
McCreary ft Clark '.'S
W. I. 8tephen l:M
Hill & Son 291
Huston ft Co 68
Hamilton ft Rothschild. 78
Wolf Murnan :
Mike Haggerty 76
J. B. Root ft Co 261
Bulla ft Kline :'2
Total 6.566 7.635 12,03
CATTLE The receipt of caiilc una
morning were ru'mi smail, ucing me
suiaiicM run of atocg tor a consiueranie
loiiglu of nine tor a l ueauay. I rani were
in early, t-o that the siuu was up anu in
kiiupe 10 be snuwn In goou seooon, and
a clearance wa ttTecteo. 111 a reasonauiy
There wa a fulr supply of corn-fed
steei s on the market Hum morning and
there was a goou demand lor tuein on tne
pail of thu puckers, wini tne result that
prkta on the good kind of corn feds tinned
up and ain.ot recovered the oecline ot
tne previous day. j he supply ot wosuerii
was not so large us yceieiday and tin
helped some to ill ill up tue market. Trade
wa reasonably active at times and tne
market on beef steer wa generally steady
The liadu on cow and heifer was
ranter null and the supply only aniall.
However, the ucmand loi lucm wa jual
about C'lUiil to the supply, with the result
thai there wa a fairly steady market on
cows and heifers. There were a consid
erable number of the common and medium
cIhsh 01 nlocK 111 Might and this found de
cidedly slow sale, t.ut still at price that
were practically steady with those of yes
terday. 1 nu supply of feeders was fair and the
majority r them were good, medium
weight stuff around .rv pound. The de
mand for leeders of this weight has been
on the Increake lately and a a result the
trade on feeder wa good, with price
teady 10 strong in most case.
No. Av. rr. A. 4? Pr
11 Tit 3 ii 14 Ill I
U 1064 I tit II illo i 40
i Kit i 40
Kent ft Jilsell-S. D.
22 feeder.. Ji3 $46 2 feeder. . $44 175
I." feeder.. 944 3 10
1 calf 140
2 feeders.. 675
14 cow 786 1 75
JO cow 993 3 40
HOGS The receipt of hogs this morn
ing were very liberal, about ut head be
ing reported In. This 1 the largest run
luce the middle of August and i urac.
tlcally the equal of the run for the unit
day one year ago. The receipt at all of
the other princil market point, accord
ing to early report, acre quite liberal.
Wnen the market opened this morning
it wa not o much a question of whether
price would be lower aa It was as to ih
amount of the decline. The trade opened
moderately bring and 6il"c lower. Owtr.g
to the large run ii looked for a time a
though the decline would le even larger,
but toward the close of trade thing
steadied up a little, ao that tiade for the
day doted about the same a at the open
ing. Good, choice ll.tu-weight bog nr
old mostly MIlOc lower thsti yesterday,
while the heavy stuff sold Generally Im
lower Tbe bulk of the snlea fer the rlsv
were St 4 72lriQ4 7S. with tbe loppy louts
selllnir mostly st $4 so The market wss
Itenerally 7Hr lower than yesterday s aver
rr So sv sti pr
4 40 1 2.W !4o 4 TIi
4 40 r. ; no 4
4 To 4. ) i 1 ;:i,
4 74 l SIJ l" 4 73',
4 7 :7! 4" 4 7f
4 70 r,? sen ito 4 7:,
4 Ta 7 J4 an 4 Ti',
4 74 77 54 TOO 4 7T-,
4 76 f ! an 7fs
4 To JMI ao 4 7;.,
4 To id tat io 4 Tl'
7" J t loi 4 Tf
4 70 t 4 40 4 73i
4 70 F. ?l o 4 T:"4
4 Ti aa iai lao 4 7v,
4 To Ti S41 lao 4 7t
4 75', TI ft 4 7!
4 7J't 41 14 IM 4 71',
4 TS' M H0 to 4 T2H
4 7: T4 Ill 4.l 4 7!,
4 7"4 4. I"" 4 7JH
4 75' t 4 M 4 Tl
4 J'v 4o IMl 40 4 7:t
4 7V, 67 W 10 4 7!S
4 7t, 4 f3 140 4 7!'v
4 7:H 44 t"t 4 T?I4
4 73', f 44 ... 4 H
4 7:t 61 ISO 1" 4 7JV4
4 TI 140 IM 4 TS
4 7ts t. : 4 IS
4 -is k ;si m ci
4 72H IT 311 n
4 T! 69 ?lt t0 4 TJ
4 74 H 40 f!ij ... 4 TS
4 Tl'4 40 T! an 4 TS
4 72S 0 I" 1:0 I 7i
4 71', 44 !40 ... 4 7S
4 7Jt 7 !44 ... 4 TS
4 TV, !4! ao 4 76
4 7f, r-a I it" 4 74
4 7t4j IS ft Ta 4 76
4 . f If.4 . . 4 7
4 7JH t f 4 T6
4 731, 4T u 1W 4 74
4 7i a 117 ... 4 76
4 7H l' 40 4 TTH
4 Tv T: S? 4" 4 T7',
4 71 M I4 ... 4 M
4 T21, 9 14 ... 4 "
4 7H. II 141 ... 4 10
run of sheep this morning
was a rather small one. only about thir-y-two
cars being reported In. The majority
of the 1uff coming In consisted of feeder,
with quite a sprinkling of lambs.
The supply of good cholc killing sheen
was rnthcr scarce, while the demnnd from
the local packers was of very fair propor
tion nnd th market on the more desir
able kinds of killer was practically stei-dy.
Hhcsiibc of the small number of feeder
buyers in there was no competition oil
fecd'Ts to speak of. and as a result a goo" j
inanv sheep and lanibf went to the packers I
at prices that were somewhat lower. And J
the general trend of the market appenreu
to be downward on anything that was not
renllv desirable for killing purposes. in
market opened slow and practically steai.y
on 'lie more ennlce klnos OI Kllima
j while the common and light stuff ''"
market on fat sheep was slow and ateadv.
There wis a very fair supply of tee. i-rs
again this morning and the oemunu t...
,..... .... . K n -1 ... ... Th.ra -ere
very few outside buvers In todny ann locoi
buyer were not taking much stuff. 1 ne
most of the feeder In were of the common
and light grades and this class of sheep
found rather alow sale at prices thst were
generally lower than yesterday. The choi.e
kind of feeder and heavier stuff ""1af
ready sale at price that were almost "'J"'-
with last week's close. Feeder lambs have
taken a alump in the last couple of da
amounting to 10i2ue. . . ,
Quotation on fat sheep and lambs: noon
to choice fed lambs, 7.ioirT.2; Rood to
choice range lambs, h2r.!ti7.oo; good Jo
choice yearling weathers. l5.404j6.0P: good to
choice old wethers, $5.00415.50; r)0 choice
old en.-s, 4.50t5.00.
Quotation on feeder sheep and lambs.
Good feeding. J5.50tfjfi.OO; good feeding YfZz
lings, $4.75(ir, 6; good feeding wethers. 11.5
i5.00; good feeding ewes. .M8a..S; breed
ing ewes. H.etVoo.OO.
4i Idaho buck
181 80. Dakota feeder ewe
IJI Idaho feeder ewe
Ip I'tah cull In tubs
165 Bo. Dakota feeder lambs
319 So Dakota feeder yearlings.
126 I'tah feeder lamb
249 So. Dakota feeder lambs
150 2 75
8.1 3 6
9 I 90
67 4 90
55 6 10
77 6 26
. 00 S 80
, 63 5 "5
K2 6 00
71 6 25
60 3 66
83 3 85
98 4 26
,98 4 60
,81 6 40
.100 6 40
.101 6 40
.93 6 45
.89 6 56
.62 6 60
. 67 6 60
.77 T 00
.109 6 00
. B5 6 44)
8 So. Dakota feeder lambs
3"fi Ctah lamb
284 Idaho lambs
411 Wyoming ewe feeders
I08 Wyoming ewe feeder
231 Idaho ewe feeders
62 Idaho ewe feeders
396 Wyoming ewes
75 Wyoming yearling feeders.
107 Idaho wether
136 Idaho wethers
477 Wyoming wethers
175 Nebraska wetber
162 Idaho lamb feeder
618 Nebraska lamb
217 Idaho lambs
(U8 Montana .wethers
1373 Montana yearling wethers...
nilC.MlO I.IVK STOCK MARKRT
Cattle Dull Hon Ten Ont Lower
Lamb Higher Sheep Lower.
rT-ilOAfiO. Nov. 14. CATTLE Receipts
12,1X0 head; market dull; prime steers, $3.W
56.40; cow. $2.75W4.oo; heifers, fi.ViQfrM;
bulls. $2.004.00; stockers and feeder. $2.16
4i4.l; calves. $J.&7.00.
HOGS Receipt, SO.Ox) head: market 10c
Inner: choice to orinie heavy, $4.90416.00; me-
dlum to good heavy. $4.75iH.90; lightweight
butcher. $4.9ou6.); good to choice heavy
mixed. $4.7(K-n4.K6; packing. $4.3v'q'4.8&.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipta, 22.000
head; lambs higher, sheep lower; heep.
$4 (XKa6.75; yearling. $5.5841. a; prlng
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 14. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 12.000 head, including 8.81 southerns;
market steady to loc lower; choice export
and dressed beef steers. $5.0n4io.8o; fair to
good, $3.&oi&'4.90; western fe;l steers, UGtf
4 5u; stockers and feeder. $2.40i4.3o;
southern teers, $2.40i4.OD; southern cows,
$1.75(&3.00; native cows, $1.75;4.00; native
heifers, 2.buj4.V; bulls, $..( Hj.f.2o; calves,
HOGS Receipt. 20.000 head; market iH
61 in- lower: inn. $4.874 : bulk of sale. 44
4N.82H; heavy, $4.804i4.87H; packer, $4.. 54
4.8'H; Plg and light. M2oifj4.1V).
SHEEP AND LAM B8 Receipts, 0,000
head: market steady; native lambs $o.5(
7.25; weatern lambs, $5.5047.20;
yearlings, M.66i-5.75; western
$5.25'wl6.J; western clipped heep
lockers and feeders, $3.764.76.
gt. I.ool live Mock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 14. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 5.(00 head. Including l,.Vi Tcxans.
Market lower; native, shipping and export
steers. $4.254j.80; dreseed beef and butcher
teer, $J.5O'h6.0O; teer. under l.ooo pound.
$2.5i'(j3.9o; ttockers and feeder, t2.uOjj3.40;
cow and heifers, $2.tj4.50; canners. $1.75i4
2.00; bulls. $i.l5fj2.h5: calve, $'iowUS.",5:
Texa and Indian steer. $2,151)3.60; cow
and heifers. $'.0i8':.90.
HOGS Receipt. 1,000 head. Market 06
10c lower: pig and light. $4 Sura t. 65; pack
ers. $46(4.85; butcher and best heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 2.000
head. Market strong: native muttons. $110
r!i6.26; lambs, $5.261i7 .'th; cull nnd buck-a,
:i fi5.ti; (lockers, t'1.754.; Tcxtuis, (3.00
St. Joseph l ive Mock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Nov. 14 CATTLE
Receipts, 4.436 heed. Market weak to 10c
lower; natives. $3.5o&4.76; cows and heifer.
$1 4ti4 ; tocker and feeders, $2.763.76.
HOGS Receipt 9, 12.353 head. Market Vr?
10c lower; light. MVifJ-IW; medium and
heavy. $4 .8fj4.8?H; bulk. $4 8iS4 86.
SHEEP AND UMII8- Receipts. $014
head. Market weak; wether, $5.70.
Hlona C ity Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, 1... Nov. 14.-tSpecla Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, l,00u head.
Market steady but active: beeves. $4.0ota6.;o;
cow., bull and mixed, $2 03 44: (tucker
and feeder. $2.75i3.70; calve and year
HOG B Receipt. 6,5(41 head. Market 5c
lower, selling at $4oCa4.85; bulk of aale.
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live ktock at the six principal
western market eterday:
South Omaha l.jsO
Sioux City 1,000
Kansas Clly 12.COU
St. Joseph 4.435
St. IxjuI 6.000
.38.736 77.853 41.114
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. METALS The
London tin market acted somewhat un
settled, but spot closed unchanged at 151
15. while future were & lower at 151.
locally the market for tin was quiet, a 1th
spot quoted at $J.12H4j33 17H- Copper was
irregular in London, spot closing 16
higher at 4.75, while futures were 5s lower
at 4,72. The local market was reported
firm and price are generally held higher,
with lake quoted at $16 5(& 17.00. electrolytic
.1 $16.fyjfj 16.75 and casting .1 $16 251V5o.
I,Mui am unchanged at 18 6 in london.
The local market continue very firm, with
supplies for shipment within thirty dan
quoted at $5 1. while small lots on spot
are held ( high gt tt k. Speller wa un-
t barge.1 at 4.28 lo In London and at M oj
H2'i 10 the local ntxik.'t Iron ws unaet -tie.)
abroad. lth stsn.lnid fonridrv closing
4.1 higher at el's 4.1. while Cle eland ai
rsnts cre h shade lower t 5ts61 Locally
the market continues tlrm. No. I fonndi
northern is quoted .it 1 '""Ij 19 cO, No. 3
foundrv nonhei n Mt t' cti i 5. No I
foundry southern. H 2Mi 18 7.'.; No i foun
drv (Oil them, H7.Tru 18 3A.
ST. I .ol' IS. Nov 14 -MF.TALR- l.ea.1.
strtng. 5 .VS.27H Spell'''". stcad. 16,'a).
OM AH A W HOI K 41 K. M4HKKT.
Condition of Trnrt nil t)noatlo)
tple and Fancy Prodare.
1:G09 Fresh receipts, (ah.lled stock. 21c.
I.IVK POI LTRY-Hens. H"; rooster.
tc: turkeys, 15c; ducks, I'wilcc; spring
lil TTFR Packing stock. 1SV; choice to
funcy dairy, 18lt19c; creamery, 2l'?21Hc;
prints. 21Hi'- , . . ... ,
Sl"OAR -Standard granulated. In bbls.,
5(1 pet cwt ; cubes, 15.86 per cwt.; ctit
loar. 16.30 per cwt.; No. extra C. lnvg
or bbls. 4 5 per cwt.: No. 10 extra c.
bugs onlv, M 7' per cwt.: No. 15 yellow,
bags only. 14 66 per cwt.; XXXX powdered,
15.75 per cwt.
FRF.SH FISH -Trout, liXTUc: halibut. 13c;
blilTalo. drese,, "; pickerel, dressed, Hc",
white bass, dressed. 12c; sunllsh, 4k". perch,
scaled nnd dressed. 8c: pike. 10c; catflsh.
13c: red snspper. loc; anlmon. 11c; crp-
12c: eel. 18c: bullheads. 11c, mac
25c: whltofis.,1. 12e; frog logf, ler
sac- hdisters. reen. V7c: boiled
1?. : !oe. 4N tnuensn, ui-,
quoted bv Oman Feed
1 upland, 17; medium, );
BRAN Per ton. $14 50.
ORANGES Valencia, all lse. $5 00030;
Florida, nil sires. $a.754j4.i10.
LEMONS-Lemonlera, extra fancy. 246
sire, $6: 3i and 30" sixes, $0.
DATES-Per box of ) 1-lb pkg., $2
Hallow en. tn 70-lb. boxes, per lb.. 5H
Walnuts, stuffed. 1-lb. pkgs., 13 per dot.
FIGS California, per io-lb. carton. ioW
65c; imported Smyrna. 4-crown, lie; in
BA NAN AS-Pet mrdium-alzsd bunch.
$1.75(82.25; Jutnlsis. $2.rVM!i.n.
PKARS-rtah. Klefer and Vicars. $r.
De Ango. $2.75.
APPLES Ben Davl and Wlnesaps, In
3bu. bbls., $4.o; In bushel baskets. $1 X;
California Bellllowers. $1 60; Colorsdo Jona
than and Grimes- Clolden, 2 ; New ioi k
apples. $4 50 per bbl.
iiHAPKH-1'okav. pe" 4-basket cfate. $..
CRANPERRlKS Jerseys, $1100 per bbl.;
Bell nd Bugle. $12 00
POTATOES New, per bu.. sak
t)NIONS Home-grown yellow, red and
hlte. dim- bu., 76c; Spanish, per rrate.
1.T5 . .
V) AX MfJANS I'er nu. nasaei, .,
trlng Iwan. per H-bn. box. 5fSfcc.
BKANS Navy, per nu., i so.
CCC1MBERS- Per bu . $1 S'Ktl.TS.
CABBAGE Home-grown, In crates, per
BEEFS New. per PU., 1OC.
CELERY" Kalamaxoo. per do., 25c.
SWEET IOTATOES Virginia, per 3-
bu bbl , $2 50
CAI 'LTFl.OWER Per crate, 3.
TOM ATOES California, per crate of id
BEEF Ct TS.
Wholesale prices for beef cuts: Ribs No.
1. 12Hc; No. 3, 8c; No. 3, jV- itounu
No. 1. 7c: No. 2, Hc; No. i. SHC- 1.111 ns
No. 1, ISHc; No. 2, 10c; No. 8, 7Hc Plate -
No. 1, ;lc; No. sc; jno. a. zc. v.nucan
No. 1, 4Hc; No. 2. 3c; No. 8. 3c.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $3.50.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 15c; Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin llmherger, 13c; twins.
12Hc; young Americas. 13Hc-
N I I S V ainUTS, .-0. I SOU. eiieuti, ii.-t
crop, per lb., 13H: hard shells, per lb.. 12c,
No. 2 soft shells, tier lb.. 11c. Pecan, large,
per lb., 15c; small. pc" '.. IS1-"- Ptaniits.
per lb.. 7c; roasted, per lb., sc. Chill wal
nuts, per lb., 12tfl3Hc. Almonds, soft hells,
per lb., 17c; hard shells, per lb., 15c. Shell
back hickory nuts, per bu.. $1.75; Urge
hickory nuts, per bu.. $1.50. Chestnuts, 15c
per lb. Cocoanuts. $4.00 per ack Of 100.
HIDES No. t greefi, Sc; No. t green, 80;
No. 1 salted, 10Hc; No. 2 salted. 9Hc; No. I
veal calf, 11c; No. 2 veal calf. 4c; dry
alted, 7 'ii 14c; sheep pelts. 28f$1.00; hor
BOSTON. Nov. 14. WOOI The wool
market Is generally dull but Arm; territory
wools have moved moderately. Contracting
for the 190S clip la progressing; views are
generally too high for eastern operators.
Pulled wools, A auper and staple wools ore
steadily sought. Fine, grades are firm.
Leading quotation follow:
Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above,
38c; X, 34t-36c; No. 1, 404j41c; No. 2. 40Jc;
fine unwashed. 28S'2r; quarter blood un
washed, 34i35c; three-eighth blood, 3fa
36c; half blood. 341; 35c; unwashed delaine.
&.31c; unmerchantable, 31ii32c; nn washed,
delaine, 37Hjr7Hc Michigan tine unwashed,
27(trlc; quarter blood unwashed, 334134c.
Territory, Idaho fine. 22'23c; heavy fine, 19
ii2uc; fine medium, 22(f23c; medium, 270rc:
low medium, 27i-'e; Wyoming One, ti&Oei
w .... ., 1 urt.'V. fine medium. -3-3 C 4c ; nie-
' dlum. 27iH-sc; low medium. 27(&1Sc; I'tah and
I Nevada fine. i-(24c; heavy fine, 194j!oc; fine
I medium, 23'824c; medium. 27j'c; low me
dium 2728c; Dakota fine. 22C(?C.V; fine in
aoJE. .neriluii). 27(&28c: low inedliiin.
Montana nne ciioo -e. u-"-.
28'U29c; medium choice, -'Tf-c.
ST. LOVI9. Nov. l4.-WOOL-8te.dy: me
dium grade, combing and c'0,r'nf- .
30Hc; light fine, 2K&26C; heavy fine, 19'8-lc,
Hilar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. SUGAR Raw.
f.ir rertnlna. 2Hc: centrifugal. 9
test 3 7-16c: molasses sugar, 2H'
itiieti No. 6. 4c; No. 7,
8 95c; No. 8, 2.90c ;
No. 9, 3.86o; No. 10,
No. 12, 6 70c; No. 13.
3.80c; No. 11. 3.76c;
3.5o: No. 14, 3.ft8;,
mould A, 4.9Jo; cut
confectioners A. 4.45c
riw.. f.niMiiefi h.ic: nowaerrn. .
granulated, 4.60c: cubes. 4.85c.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orle.n
kettle, good to choice, 828TOC. .
NEW ORLEANS. Nov 1 4.'-8Uj flAR
Qulet. Open kettle centrifugal. 3t e-l.
centrifugal whites, 33c: 'llow, tHU
9-l: secntids. 2'((i'3 l-16c.
MOLARSICS-Open kettle. 243c; centri
4)11 and Itoain.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. OlI-S Cottonseed,
firm: prime crude, nominal; yellow, tv.
l"etroleum, steady; refined. New Tork.
$7 60; l'hlladelplila and Baltimore. $7.56; In
bulk. M 65. Turpentine, steady. Hj';0r.
R08IN Steady; strained, common to
SAVANNAH, Nov. 14-OII-Turpeatln,
qROSIN'-Nothlng doing A H '. $4 46: ii
$4 80; E. $4 45; F. $4.70; G. $4.73; II. M ; '.
14 85' K 16.00- M..6.20; N. 5.30; W G.
7 . I
$5.55; W W, $5.05
HEAL ESTATE THAKBFKR8).
The following real estate tranfer were
filed for record November 14:
John Jackson find wife to C. J. Beck-
ti.un iinrilclded one-half of lot 25.
block 3, Hoffman Terrace t
Fldelfa A. Mallory to W. B. Friend,
wet one-lhtrd or lot u ana i.
block 8. Kendall addition
Eva T. French and husband to Ava
.W Wood. 40X135 feet in seH "eH.
Marv E. Van Glesen to South
OiobIki Savings bunk, undivided one
quarter east 44 feet lot ,6, block
75 and undivided one-third of wet
22 feet of cast 66 feel of lot 6,
block 75. South Omaha
Northwestern Mutual Ufa Insurance
company to E. W. Human, west
18 feet of aouth 182 feet of lot 1,
Capitol addition snd strip adjoining, tt.oiai
Clilien Bank of Omaha to E. W.
Allen, lot 15. block 1. Portland Plane I
1) 1'ieM. Woodmansee and wife to
Ingrld Hanson, lot $, block
R II. landervou and wife to J.
Roach and wife, lot 9. block
Mvers' R. ft. T.' addition
A. T. Wood and wife to A. 1 8I
bsugh, lot 4, block 3, Maxwell
Mry H. Upjohn and husband to Rob
ert Bcharlack, aouth ' one-half lot
t. block 1, I-ake addition
Mury B- Wallace to Carl Johnson,
lot 28, block 4, Hawthorne addition..
F. W. Carmlchael and wife to Id
B. Pickering, lots 1 and 2. block lo.
A. W. Kelpln und wife to Florence
I. Crane, part tax lot 23, In 9-15-13..
J. L. Chan to Robert M. Taylor, lot
4 to 7, block 19, Benson
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
Anna E. Howell to U E. Gibson,
lot 16. block 7. Kllby Place
Total amount of tranafer.
F. D. Day & Co.
Stocks, Grain. Provisions
Ship Yanr Grain to r
lrck (ttieo. I14-tll Saard al Trad
sUa.. Oanaha, h-ia.. Taleahoao Sale.
IU-214 Exchange Sid., South Omaha.
BtU 'faoiut tUk l44tCrB4ltBl 'Pawn It