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TIIE OMAHA. DAILY HKK: FK1DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
GRAIN AM PRODUCE MARKET
"Whttt ii Firm and Clotci t
CASH SITUATION CONTINUES STRONG
Streagth la Cora Develops a Ae
t f fata II Dlawk of Contract
Grata la Chicago Oat
Price Art Higher.
OMAHA. Nov. 1!. 1WB.
Valentine mada a feint at buying wheat
t the opening, and this. In conjunction
with the Kuwlitn trouble and rash pre
mium at Minneapolis, braced the market
up. No 1 northern win 4o premium over
December at Mlnneapoli for choice ln.
The opening waa unchanged to c lower
on May, and the high point waa reached
after noon at c above yeaterday. The
close waa e aTjove yesterday. December
closed at $6c, May at 68o and July at
Strength In corn developed on account
of the email stork of contract corn In
Chicago. This, with the well known atti
tude of the Patten crowd on the long
side of December eorn. has strengthened
the market, muklng a demand for shorts
ior tnit month, ana mis nus carneu i
May with It somewhat. A feature waa the
demand for September. There Is a con
siderable shortage yet In the ChlcAgo mar
ket for December corn. December closed
at 46e, old December at 40o, May at
464r,e and July at 4646o.
A feature of the. oata market waa th
-buvlng of 100,010 bushela lecember by
Armour. Gets were 'ac higher. Decem
ber closed at 30c, May at 32o. ',d Jly at
Liverpool rinsed unchanged to d higher 1
on whMt and unchanged on Com.
Clearances were UO.Ooo bushels of wheat,
6.000 barrels of flour, 68.000 bushela of corn,
and 292,000 bushles of oats. Primary wheat
receipts were 1.363,000 bushles and shipments
68,0"0 bushels against receipts Inst year of
988,000 bushels and shipments of 683,000 bush-
Corn receipts were nu,ui nusneie ana
shinmenta HT 2 ono hushels. against receipts
Inst year of 381,000 bushela and shipments of
The California crop bulletin aaya rain Is
"badly needed In all sections except the
south. The Price Current says reports of
corn yields continue disappointing.
The Minneapolis flour output last week
decreased 26.370 barrels. The quantity was
417.976 barrels, against 170,31 barrels laat
Patten ahowed a disposition to reduce bis
short line of corn yesterday, and bought In
600.000 buHhels. Valentine waa also on the
Franca was a bidder tor round lots mixed
oata at the seaboard yesterday, and there
were hlda from continental norts. but lim
its wera n out of line. Of tha 1,000,000
bushels Nebraska and Kansas wheat
bought some time ago for Chicago tha
greater part baa been shipped. Baltimore
cleared 40,000 bushela wheat today.
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. I hard, 3 cara, boc; i car,
79c; No. I hard, I cars, 78c; No. 4 hard,
1 car, 73o; 1 car, 7240.
OATS-No. 3 white. 1 car, 28c.
RYE Na. 4, 1 car, 62c.
Omaha Cash Prleee.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 79:81c: No. I
hard. 7678c; No. 4 hard, 72'fi75c; No. i
spring, 7859e: No. 3 spring. 7677o.
No. 4 old, SAW. No. 3 old yellow, 43c; No. 3
new yellow, 40e; No. 3 old white, 43c; No.
I new white. 4oV.c.
OATS No. 3 mixed, 27c: No. 3 white.
Z84t,ec; No. 4 white. 28tj'.o.
RSiS-No. 3, 68c; No. 3, Wiic.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chlc&a-O 189 317 Vt
Kansas City 86 100 3
oma na . .
CHICAGO ORAIS AND PROVISIONS
Featare of tha Trading; and noalaa;
Prlee an Board of Trad.
CHICAQO, Nov. II. Continued demand
for cash wheat at Minneapolla had a
trengthenlng effect today on the wheat
marKti nere. At ma ciobv wneai ior may
delivery was up Vac May corn waa un
changed;' oat were up WV,c, and pro
Vision wera 2Vt3 to lfio higher.
Tha wheat market onened a trifle easier
jVX'fuW of "il"t dcllia at Liver
pooInltlal Tquotationa on May were un
cnangea to a snaae lower at 8K(rpH8Ac 10
a&Hc. Pit tradera and commission houses
were moderate seller. Offerings met with
little reSDonse In the first few minutes.
with the result that prices eased off some-
wna.i, May selling on to mwutoc. tse
for the end-of tha first half hour, how
ever, a firm tone had developed and tbe
market bad more than recovered the early
decline. The upturn was due to demand
from a leading bull and also to covering by
short. Offerings In the meantime had be
come scarce. Strength of rash wheat at
Minneapolla had an Important bearing on
the situation. Sales of No. 1 northern
were aald to be made today at that point
at 4o over the December option. Report
of renewed disorder In Russia had a ten
dency to check selling for short account
and likewise checked offerings during the
last half of the session. In May the
highest point of the d was reached at
Sxs&KXTfec. Selling by commission house
caused some reaction late in the day, but
the market closed Aim, with May at 88 "Ac.
Clearanoe of wheat and flour were equal
to 132,000 bushels. Primary receipt were
t.359.000 bushels, compared with 938,000
bushel a year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth
and Chicago reported receipts of 1.066 cars.
against 971 cara last week, and 834 car a
With tha exception of a alight weak
re at the opening, the corn market was
firm throughout the day. The feature of
tha trading waa tha urgent demand for
tne iecemoer option. A leading commls
ion house waa active on the buying aide
and short also purchaaed freely. Small
stock of contract corn In Chicago and
tn small percentage or contract grade ar.
riving tn tha dally receipt caused the
anxiety among the short. Possibility of
the adoption by tha Board of Trad of a
rule prohibiting th delivery of klln-drled
com on contract was tbe cauaa of add I
tlonal apprehension. Th volume of trad
ing In May waa light, but the price waa
well maintained, th strength of December
aiding materially In this direction. Th
market cloaed firm; May opened a shade
lower at 46c, sold up to 4uVo and closed
at aoina-sc. L-ocai receipt were Hi car,
with five car of contract arada.
Th volume of trading In oat wag very
mall, bualnea being largely of a local
character. Pit tradera wera the chief
oners, urrerings were readily taken bv
a prominent long. Th market held
Bteady the entire session; May opened un-
changed at Jti'irS'-'Sc, "old up to S2H4r32SiO
and closed at 32Vo. Local receipt were
Provision wer firm on covering by
shorts In January pork. Another strength
ening Influence was buying of lard and
ribs by a local packer. At th close May
pork waa up 12M,yi16o at 12.8U. Ird was
up 697140 at I0J7V4. Rib showed a gain
Estimated receipt for tomorrow; Wheat,
M cars; corn, 3D2 earn; oats, 120 cars; hogs.
Th leading future ranged as follows
Srtlclea.l Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Close. Yes'y.
V-V 4KV ISH
4f,S 45SS tiS'c-S
13 83 J
7 05 I
12 7 I 13 05
12 62! 12 70
No. t tOId. INew.
Following wer the receipt and ship
ment of flour and grain:
Corn, bu . . .
aye. bu ...
Cash quotation were as follows
rUDVH Bteady: winter patents. 14.0041
130; stralghla. I3SOQ4 10; spring patents.
64"O4f0; spring straights. t36otdi00:
bakers. I? 36jl.30.
WHK1AT No. 3 nrln 6Jj7c; No. 3, 10
4N7c: No. 2 red, hSj87Sc.
CORN No, t 48V No. 1 yellow. 52c.
OATS No, 2 ; No. 3 white, JW.nai'-c:
No. 9 white, 3tao32c.
"'-V I 7f.
BARLEY Good feeding I74j 38c; fair to
U ! analilng. 4?6
KEEDo-No. 1 flax. He; No. 1 northwest-
ern. Sl.flO. Timothy, prime, wag. tiovar,
contrert grade, SiS.OOfc II 26.
PROVISION Mess pork, per bbl . llS.i
4)13.87. Lard, per 1J lbs.. $1 9MI 97.
Bhort rlha sides (loose). 97.t"S.lS; short
clear Sides (boxed). $7.0017 12.
On the Produce exchange today the but
tr market was steady; creameries, 17'fJ
Z?.r: dairies. M'alOr. Kggs. (Ready: at mark,
cases Included, 17$'3c; firsts. 23c; prime
firsts, 27c; extras, 29c. Cheese, firm, 13tf
SEW YORK OKJF.RAL MAHrLF.T
Qaotatloaa at the Day aa Varleas
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 -FLOUR-Rerel-t
$4,44 bbls.; exports, 4.27 bbls. Market d ill
and barely eteadv: winter patents, $4 3o"tf
4.65: winter straights. $3 Mifji.W; Minnesota
patents, 14. t; Minnesota bakers'., t3.Kn.tf
4.00; winter extras, 8J.8f.'8.26; winter low
grades, $2.75j3.20. Rye flour, firm; fair to
nod, $.19ofi4lo; choice to fancy, 4.15171 !X.
Buckwheat flour, firm at $2.14;2.25 for spot
ard to strive.
BUCKWHEAT-Steady. Mo, delivered.
CORNMEAIj Steady; fine white and yel
low, 31.2543i.30; coarse, I1.1WJ1.18; kiln dried,
RYE Nominal; No. 2 western, 78c, c. I. f.
BARLEY Steady ; feeding, 41c, c. I. f.
Buffalo; malting. tn?il.e) c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT RecelDts. 10.000 bu..: exports. ,-
MO bu. Spot market firm: No. 3 red. 91c,
elevator. 93c. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 north
ern, Duluth, 96e. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern, Manitoba. 94c. f. o. b. afloat.
flntlnnai hn,1 am pi,v nmninff riiia to nnor
capies, favorable Argentine news ana uqti
datlon, which waa succeeded by sharp ad
vances on easier money conditions. dlsiurD
Ing Russian news, southwest buying and a
good cash demand. Kventually. however,
the market lost half of Its-advance under
realizing and closed o net higher. May,
92 6-lV.i93 l-loc, closed at 92c; December,
92'JWc- closed at 9?c.
lOKN-Receipts, annuo ou. Boot market
firm; No. 1 68c. elevator, and 67c. f. o.
b. afloat; No. 2 yellow. 58o: No. 2 white.
6Se. The option market was steady but
without transactions, closing partly c net
higher. January closed at 63c. May cloned
I 51e, December closed at 55c.
OATS Receipts. "9.300 bu.: exoorts. 1.500
bu. Spot market firm; mixed oats, 2w to
32 lbs., 35c; natural white. 30 to 32 lbs., 3o
4j37o; clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs., 38!J40c
FEED Firm: etirlng bran. 117.00. nromnt
shipment; middlings, 317.00, prompt ship
ment; city. 3I8.0W22.5O.
HAY Quiet: ahlDDlng. 60ec: good to
HOPS gulit; state, common to choice,
1905, 14ti-22c; 19ft4, 13tjl7Uc; olds. 6'38c. Pneln.;
coast, iwjo, ioii1dc: 1DU4. 10ol4c; olds, fcwto.
HIDES Firm: Galveston. 20 to 26 lbs..
20c; ('aliform. 21 to 2S pounds. 21c; Texas.
dry, 24 to 30 pounds, 19c.
ATH BH-Firm; acid. wa27c.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady: family. 111. 60
612.60; meea, 9 601 10.60; beer hams. 321.00
22.60: packet. 10.6Otill.W; city, extra India
mesa. 117.604718.60. Cut meats were quiet:
pit'kifd neiiica, ts.T&iu.M; picKiea snouincrs.
ZlvUrf AA. (.InkUJ I, Mm fX tt.tf.-A t I a4
rte;dy;weete?n steamed, vjow5 40 ; rJto.
Otilet; continent. 37.75. Pork, quiet; family,
Ilfl W); short clear, 14. s0iijl6.au ; mesa, lt.&0
taliajw ateady ; city (13 per pug ), 4c;
country (nkgs. free), idc.
RICK Steady; domestic, fair to extra.
IHfitjc; Japan, nominal.
I'Ut i. I Kl-Alive aieaoy; western cnicg
ena and fowls. 11H; turkeys. 14c: dressed
Irregular; western chickens, S&lSHc; tur
keys, IVQMCl IOWIS, UUMC.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 18.-WHEAT--
Steady; Deoember, 7Kc; May, 80Vjc; July,
76c. Cash: No. 2 hard, SS83Hc: No. 3,
79i82c: No. 3 red. HTlfjSO'Ac: No. 3. 86t&89o.
CORN Stead v to lower: December. 40c:
May. 40Sc Cash: No. 3 mixed, 42gl3c; No.
2 white. 43c; No. 3, 42c.
OATS firm; 10. z white. W83H4c: No.
HAY Steady; choice timothy. 310.75eil.28:
oholce prairie, 3.5(x9.76.
R y K Bteady, 6c.
KOOS Higher; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 3 white wood cases Included, 25c; case
count 24c; cases returned. He less.
BUTTER 43 teady: creamery. 21c: dairy.
Wheat, bu 59.000 IRS.OoO
Corn, bu 121.000 R9.0"0
OatS, DU ,UVO J3,0UU
The following range of prices at Kansas
City was reported by F. D. Day & Co., 110
111 Board of Trade building:
I Articles. Open. High. Low. Close, Yes'y
2Hft Vi ! 201 S 1 29,4S' 'A
St. Lool General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 1.-WHEAT-Dull; No.
1 red, cash, elevator, 8741c; track, 88'ti92c:
December. SJc; May, aiwascJkOi jso. i
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, nominal;
track. 44(6 44Sc; December, 424c; May, 48Sc
OATS Higher; No. 3 cash. 30c; track,
S0W'i31c; December, 30Hc; May, 81c; No.
FLOUR Steady; rea winter patents. 4.so
fo; extra fancy and straight, 3.9(.kuH.25;
BEE u 1 1 motny, teaay, rj.&uqrb'.ou.
CORNMEAL Steady. 32.60.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 69
HAY steady; timotny, 8.tvi4.uw: prairie.
inuiN l unun iica oi.uw.
HEMP TWIN 13 90.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: lobbing.
114.26. Lard, higher; prime steam. 36.4E.
Dry salt meat, steady; boxed, extra shorts,
17.75: clear rib. 38.00: abort clears, 38.26.
Bacon, steady: boxed extra short, 38.60;
Clear ribs, 38 7f: short ribs, 39 00.
P O U L T R Y Higher: chickens, Tic:
springs, 9t10Hc; turkey, 134c; duck, 10c;
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 30925c; dairy,
EtiUS f irm, Z4c, cas count.
Wheat, bu. ,
Corn, bu. ..,
Oat, bu. ...
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 11 FLOUR First
r stents, 34t0ru4.80; second patents, 34.600)
70; first clears, 33.6643.75; second clears,
ti KAN la DUIK, 111. DO.
(Superior quotations for Mlnneaoolls de
livery). Th range of prlcea a renorted
by F. D. Day & Co., 110-111 Board of Trade
Artlclesl Open. I High. I Low. Close. Yea'y.
Mlleraake Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 18. WHEAT
Firm; No. 1 northern, 87wWc; No. I
northern, 84&)t6o : May, 88S'Ji''0 bid.
haul. 1 steady ; xso. Z. boc: aamnla.
CORN Steady ; May. 46c.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 18. WHEAT Snot.
firm; No. 2 red western winter. ts 7d: 'fu
tures, quiet; December, 7s d; March, 7
Hd: May. 6s im,d.
t'OK.-3Dot, steanv: American mixed. 8s
id; futures, quiet; January, 4a SVd; March.
PEORIA. Nov. !. CORN Steady; No. 3
yellow, 43r; No. 3, 42u; No. 4, 42'.i(j43c;
no grade, 4oc.
OATS Unchanged; No. I whit. 30Uc; No.
4 white. I9o.
WH18KY-On th hauls of 31.30 fur fin
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 1. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 2tc.
EtKJS Choice fresh stock scare and lc
hlxnrr; western fresh. 3oc at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream.
agar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Nov 14. -SCO A R-Raw
quiet; fair refining. re; centrifugal. M
test, 3 T-lAc: molaases sugar. ISc; refined
quiet: No. , 4c; No. 7, 3 9ic: No. 3, 3SOc;
No. . S-Mc; No. 10, Sc; No. 11. 3 75c!
No. 13, 17ue; No. IS. lbc: No. 14. 3 4oc;
confectioners A. 4.46c; mould A, 4.95c; rut
loaf. 6 30c; crushed. 6 Sue ; powdered. 4.70c
granulated, 4 6uc; cubes, 4 85c.
MOLASSES-Firm; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, IJSc.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 16. SUOAR
Qulet; 0-en kettle, centrifugal. 3fi3 6-14r;
centrifugal whlts SStc; yellows. 342
19-14. second. 2SM 1-10,
M;LA8Urjs-Op-n kettle. :uS5c; centrl-
NEW YORK STOCKS AKD BONDS
tftrktt Opens Irregular and Aotiva on
IaproTet Monej Conditiooi.
PROFIT TAKING CAUStS A REACTION
Whole List la Swept to a
Lower Level la Late Llejal
datloa aad Close Is
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Conditions In ths
money market showed evidence today of
a rapid return to the normal, and active
and very Irregular openings In stocks were
resumed accordingly. The further retreat
of the bear element by covering Of shorts
waa an Important element In the market
and the most aggressive operatlona against
thnm continued to be in apeclal slocks
which are credited with being largely in
the hands of pools. The movements In
some of this class became so violent as to
unsettle confidence again. There waa also
considerable normal Droflt taking Induced
bv the wide recoveries from the week's
low prices. Alarming reports of conditions
In hussia and the great strength of for
eign exchange caused the abrupt Drean in
the late market.
The opening rate for call money showed
the easier conditions existing In that ne
partment by the 7H per cent rate. The
rate touched 8 per cent only momentarily
and reached steadily to per cent while
loan operations were still actively going on.
Tne premium which has been exacted on
time loans for short periods also disap
peared and the tone for that department
was alao easier. The presence in Wall
street again of the aecretary of the treas
ury waa made the occasion for repeated
rumors of an Intention to take measures
to relieve the money market and when It
waa announced later In the day that the
secretary had decided to return to Wash
ington speculative discussion readily turned
to the conclusion that this Indicated relict
from any further anprehenslon of threaten
Ing conditions In the money market.
Actual developments Pointed to a. cessa
tion of the drain on the cash reserves of
the banks, thus relieving them of the
necessity of a continued loan contraction
to keeu Dace with a further shrinkage In
reserves. The subtreasury for two days
now has contributed a small aum to the
money market Instead of a withdrawal
and ita net withdrawal for the week has
thus been reduced. The Increased volume
of pension payments Is responsible for the
change. A more Important development
waa the rise at a number of points of the
Interior exchange on New York to a pre
mium. At Chicago this premium advanced
to 30c per thousand. Reports were current
amongst New York bankers of advices
from the west that currency was already
! returning to the econd.ryreserve clUjs
j ' preliminary xo
central reserve cities. This movement was
expected by the first week In November
and'the violent counter movement Instead
at that time was a potent factor In upset
ting the money market. Another con
spicuous feature of today's money develop
ments was the spasmodic recovery In ster
ling exchange to a point nearly 14c In the
pound above the low level of the week for
sight bills.. The renewal of Russian dis
turbances and their revived effect in de-
firesslng foreign marketa were Influences
n our foreign exchange market.
The foreign exchange situation, together
with the uneaalneas caused by the feverish
I advances In special stocks, combined to
Induce the late reaction In the market.
Rumors of the state of affairs In Russia
assumed an alarming cast. Advances In
the price of copper, lead and silver had to
do with the special demonstration of
strength In the smelting and metal stocks.
The whole market was swept to a lower
level In the late liquidation and the closing
was very active and weak, with many
market leaders between 1 and 3 point
lower than last night.
Bonds were Irregular; total sales, par
value, 34.230.000. United States bond were
all unchansed on call.
The quotations on the New York Stock
exchange raugea as ronows:
Adam Express .,
Amal. Copper ....
Am. Car &. Foun.
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Hide & L. pfd.
Am. Ice aecur
Am. Linseed Oil ....
Am. btnelt. & R( (
Am. Sugar K'f'g....
Am. Tobacco, pfd. c.
Anaconda Mln. Co...
Atlantic C. L
Baltimore & Ohio....
169U0 1074a 106
21.(00 122 HlrS
6, tn O
Brooklyn Rapid T... 85,400
Central of N. J.
Ches. tt Ohio ...
Chicago 4V Alton
do preferred ..
Oreat Western .
C. tt N. W
C , M. A St. P.
Chicago T. At T.
18,600 172H 170 17(rs
2U0 'Ma mU3
1.0UO 63 63
r.600 ItVA 176
C. C. C. dc St. L....
Colo. Fuel At Iron..
Colo. & Southern....
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred....
Consolidated Ou ...
Del. & Hudson
Del., Lack. & W....
Denver & R. O
do 1st preferred..,.
do 3d preferred
International Paper. S,3"0
do preferred 80O
K. C. Southern
Louisville & Naah...
Met. Street Ry
Minn. & St. L
M.. St. P. & 8. 8. M.
8,100 118 116 11S
3.300 4 23 23
aru . r ...
ow 401 lai
14i0 1( 98 98
Mo.. Kan. & Tex....lo4.3u
do preferred 7,800
National Lead 16,800
N. R. R. Of Mex. pfd
N. T. Central
N. Y., Ont. & W....
Norfolk & Western..
North American ....
People's Uas yuo 1U2 lol 101
i'., v; ei. is 49
Pressed Steel Car.... 1,400 49 48 49
do preferred 2u0 9e 98 98
Pullman Pal. Car 140
Reading 184.300 141 137 138
do lat preferred.
do 2d preferred..
Republic Steel ...
do preferred ....
Rock Island Co...
St. L. A 8. K. 2d pfd
St. Louis 8. W
Southern Pacific ....
Tenn. Coal A Iron.
Texas & Paclflo
T.. St. L. ft W
4.1u0 36 34 34
.134.400 132 130
U. 6. Express
V. S. Realty
V. 8. Rubber
U. 8. Steel
Wheeling ic L. E ...
Wisconsin Central ..
Northern Pacific ....
Central Leather ....
1S.3M0 D1S 49 49
3u0 108 lij 107
89.8-IO 37 3 30.
21. K 102 101 101S
3.700 37 36
Total sales for th day. 1,370.800 shares.
OMAHA, Nov. 18. Bank clearings for to
day were II 648.119.17. and for the corre
sponding day laat year 31,Sj.408.17.
Dank of Franca Statement.
PARIS, Nov. 18 The weekly statement
of th Lank of France show th following
changer Notes rn rtrculatlon. decreased 11,
Ir'Annor; treasurv deposits. Increased II.",.
00"f: general deposits, decreased 3.fi.00Of;
gold in hand, decreased sjs.opof; tin is dis
counted, decreased n.lTVOuof.
5ew Torh Money Market.
NEW TPRK. Nov. l.-MONEY-On rail.
firm at per rent; closing bid, S4j per
rent; offered, 7 per cent. Time tnonev.
essler; an and K0 days. ( per cent; ( months,
SVt7f per cent.
iKiMt msBtAwiibt, rAttin per
STERLING kxi haisuk very strong,
with actual business in bankers' bills st
4 864i4.80 for demsnd and at W s2T"y
4.S2W) for 80-day bills: posted rates, 4.83(
4 4 and M 86V'u4.t7; commercial bills.
PIL.VF.R Par. wo; Mexican dollars. 4c.
BONDS Oovernment, ateady; rallraod.
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
V. g. rf is. leg.
do eon son
1W'4 Jpn 4 M Mrlet... H
.1"1S do 4H. tf S
.114 do Id scrtu 12V
.I'M L A N. lint. 4l IMS
.lft'H Minhstu a. f. 4...1'1'4
.IttVMrt. Central 4a go
.134 I do 1M Ino. MS
.1.. Minn. St. h. 4 ... 17
0 B. Is, rag
V. I. old 4s, r..
V. I. now 4s, rtf.
Am. Tobacco 40...
Atchlnes sob. 4...
Atlootlc C. L 4.
Bl. Ohio 4...,
Brk. R. T. 0. 4 ...
Central of Oa. to.
dn lot lac
do Id lnc..M...
do Id Inr
Choo. Ohio 4t
c. b. a q. s. u
C. R. I. P. 4a
f'4 M., K. T. 4l 1'4
do It A IS'4
. ti N. R. R. ol M. c. 4a. "I'4
.lMVi N. T. c. t ma t
.inj'i N. J c. g Ka 1344
. o'4 No. Paclfle 4 ...lor
. 3 : do la 7414
.W H. W. c. 4a lo-.S
.44 O S. U rfds 4o MS
. to Fran. cost. IS4a 101
. 74 Rradlng fan. 4a li't
.Wi St. LAI. M. r. (S..114
. 1 St. L. B r. t 4a. W
Si. U 8. W. e. 4. ... u
. 7 Inboard A. U 4a.... M44
. 114 80. Pacific 4a IAS
.1M do IK 4a otfa Mia
CCC. gt. L. g. 4a
ioio. ina. as, aar. A. ?ss -so. Railway to. 120
do aeiira B 7t"i Tn A P. la IIS
Colorado Midland 4s.. T4i T , St. LtT. 4a.. MS
Ui,lon Parlflo 4a 10FS
P R. O. 4a
Platlllan' Sac. la..
Erie prior lien 4a...
do era. 4a
Hneklnt Val. 4Via.
do cony 4a 1JIS
101s V. 8. 8tm1 Id la..
dn dab. B. .
W. A Ia R.
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Nov. IS. Call loans, (Va7 per
cent; time loans, 87 per cent. Official quo
tations on stocks and bonds were as fol
low: Atchlaon sdj. 4a Wljflwnlim
4" a 1S AlloiiM
Max. (-antral 4s. Amaliramatwl .
Atrhtaon 1 American Zlno
In PH ""H Atlantic
Boaton Albany. ...M Blnaham
... 72 S
Boaton m Maine na (-B 4. Htda.,
Bsatnn Klratd 152 cntannlal ....
rilchbura; td 143 copper Banfs ,
Mailcnn Canlral JJS ral Weat ....
N Y-. N. H. H...TOIS Dominion Coal
Para Marqnatto 111 Pranklin
lala Roralo ...
Mara. Mlnins ,
I Mont. c. C
"IS Old Dominion
Amer. Art. Ohm.
do r ,
Amar. Pnau. Tabs..,
Amer. T. T
do ntd ,.
Dominion I. A B.
. S QuInCT
Edlaon Elac. 1IIU...JI7 .Shannon
Oanaral Electric . ...1M Tamarack
Man. Klac II Trinity
1 pM S Vnlted Copper
Maaa. Ua 41 lu. 8. Oil
t'nlted Fruit 10S t'tah
Vnltad Shoo Marh 71S'Vlctorla
V. 8. Btaol
Waiting, common ..
London Closing Stork.
LONDON, Nov. 16. Closing quotations on
ine chock exenange weie as follows:
Conaol. tnonar m"4 fj. T. Central
do account MS Norfolk A- w.
Anaconda is do pfd
Atchlaon MS Ontario W
" V J4S Pannaylranls
Baltimore 4V Ohio.... 114 Rand Mlno
Canadian PaelBo 17S Rradlnf
Chao. V Okie S do lat pfd
Chicago Ot. W. ...... IIS do Id pfd
C M. St. P Ill tsautham Railway
noBaora 17S do pfd
Danrnr t R. O IIS Southern Paclflc .
P'4 1 In Ion Pacific ....
Erla 4SI do pfd 9SVi
do lat pM MSjl;. 8. 9tool SI
do 2d pfd -. 74 1 da nfd must
Illinois Central IlS to'abaah 12
Loularlll A Naah....l!MS do pfd 4u
. K. a T 40 s Spam, 4a .!. 1244
srLVER Bar, firm. 29 9-16d per ounce.
MONKY-3fj(3 per cent.
The rate of discount' In the nun n,ork..f
for short bills Is 444 per cent; for throo
months' bill. 4 per cnt.
New York Mining Stock.
NEW YORK. NotLiWC.lnsinor nuotatlnn.
on mining stocks weT'a follows:
Adams-con 29 it.lttle ctilaf 10
Alice .- 11 Ontario ...in
Flrcaco 44 Pphlr , 162 S
Brunawlrk Co 10 IPheanlx I
Con. (al. ft Va......lM
Horn Silver 175
Iron Sllvar ...US
Slarra Narad ....... It
Hnisll hopea 10
LONDON. Nov. 16. Rates for mnnv
somewhat easier In the market today, al
though the supplies were abundant, despite
the accommodation obtained from the Bank
of England. Discounts were upheld. There
waa leas nervousness reearrilnar mnfinnti
exchange, while the smart recovery in New
iora exenange relieved the anxiety in that
direction. Business on the Stock exchange
wa dull and Irregular. Ther wa a ten
dency In some directions to recover, though
mis was oversnaauwea tiy the Russian
troubles. The market closed with a bettr
tone. Consols were easy. Home rail
dropped in spite of the latest traffic re
turns, but closed steadier. Americana onened
steady. The movements were slight and un
decided. Stocks rallied during the last
hour cm New York buying and closed Arm.
Missouri Pacific waa tn feature. Foreign
er mostly were dull, but closed somewhat
better. Japanese were better. Russians
were flat throughout, especially at the oloee
on Paris selling and the condition of the Bt.
f eiersourg uour;e. Japanese imperial C nf
1904 were quoted at 102.
BERLIN, Nov. 16. All department on the
bourse were weak today upon the renewal
of the general strike In Russia.
PARIS. Nov. 16. Prices on the bourse
today wer heavy, owing to a sharp decline
In Russian on the strike new from St.
Petersburg. Thereafter the market steadied,
hut toward th close Russians were again
heavily offered and cloaed weak. Russian
Imperial 4s were quoted at 87.30 and Russian
bond ot 1904 at 608.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 18.-Today s state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 8160,OOO.OuO gold
reserve, shows; Available cash balance,
1133. 870.668: gold coin and bullion. 384.207.-
9uo; gold certificates, S4,489,820.
' Wool Market.
BOSTON. Nov. 16.-WOOL-Th wool
market I generally dull but firm; territory
wool have moved moderately. Contracting
ror tne ivm cup is progressing; views ar
generally too high for eastern operators.
pulled wools, A super and staple wools are
steadily sought, r me grade ar firm.
Leading quotations follow:
Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above,
36c; X. avaXc; No. 1. 40ft41c: No. 2. 4o41c;
niM unwashed, 20V9c: quarter blood un
washed, 8436c; threa-elghths blood, 80
36c: half blood. 34(u35c: unwashed delaine.
3ti31c; unmerchantable, 3132c; fin washed.
delaine, J, 11 J. sc. Micnigan nn unwashed
274i-28c: Quarter blood unwaahed. 33.Q34C.
Territory. Idaho fine. 20230; heavy fine. 19
(T2oc; nne medium, .iaiiv; medium, fr'aMc.;
low medium. 27te28o: Wyoming fine, 2:,fi.'3c:
heavy fine. WalOc; fine medium, 23"i24c; me
dium. 27u28c: low medium. 27raSc: Utah and
Nevada fine. 23a24c; heavy fine. 19&rtc; fine
medium. 23'524e; medium. 274r'.Hc; low me
dium, 27'SrJSc; Dakota fine. 2ao23o: fine me
dium Jiaac: medium, 27a'J8c: low medium
274j'dr: Montana fine choice. 26-0 27c; staple.
2or.!9c: medium choice. I'owzag.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. W.-r-WOOL Steady: me
dlum grades, combing and clothing. 2tf
3Vc; light fine. li'tf Jfru; heavy tine. 19321c;
tub washed, a4iso.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1.-METAL8-Ttn
was higher In the London market, with spot
closing at 152 6s and futures at :ioll5s6d.
1-o.j.llv the market was Quiet but Arm In
tone, with spot quoted at S33.25ff33.rr. Spot
copper was lus nigner at io ins in umg in,
while futures wer unchanged at 72 Us.
Locally the market waa reported firm, with
nfferlnra iiaht. Lake Is Quoted at S16.62Wa
17.00. electrolvtlc at 316.4216.76 and casting
at 816 26trt.62V4. Lead Joined in the general
advance abroad, closing at 16 7s 3d. Locally
th market wa firm ana higher. Supplies
for shipment In thirty day ar now quoted
at I8.2& and pot quotation range a high
aa 16.60 for small lots. SDelter was un
changed and dull at 16.106.0 in the local
market, but aavancea 10 4. a it in London
Iron wa somewhat irregular abroad, cloa
Ing at 62 4d for (tandard foundry and at
63s 4-d. or about 4d lower for Cleveland
warrants. The local piarket wa firm and
northern grade wer held a little Martier
No 1 foundry northern I quoted at li.7f.d
19.35; No. 1 foundry northern. $18 Xil8.86:
No. I foundry southern, lis &jl8.76; No. J
foundry soutnern, 4is.Wiii8.25.
ST. LOUI3. Nov. hi -METALS Lead
higher, ta.35. Spelter, ateady. 36.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 18. SEEDS Clover, cash
38 00; December. 3-iB; January. t.07
Mnrh. $8 17. Prim alaika, 8.W. Prime
imioiny, 11 w.
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
BeefSteen Ettady, Oowi Eigkar Fadrs
LIGHT RUN OF HOGS AND MARKET LOWER
Limited Bapply ef Sheep, hat Demand
Also Limited Mattes Grades of
Sheet) aad Lambs Steady
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 11 lfr.
Tattle. Hogs. 8heep.
... 8.3S3 IT IK. 769
On" rial Tuesday
Official Thursday .,,
Four days this week..22.6o4 23.189 47.oi4
Four days last week... .35.083 J,K31 S8.0M
Same week before 31.702 Sl.4t3 82.2W)
Same three weeks ago.. 31. 475 S3.627 71.983
Bame four weeks ago. ...28.080 18.9C3 60.9J4
Same days last year.... 27.916 2.2i4 31.820
RECKIPTS FOR THE) YEAR TO DATE.
The following table snows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at flout h Omaha
for tha year to data, comparing with last
1005. ISM. Inc.
Cattle outran swoii 95.081
i Hogs ...;.2.01 1.JM.787 32.233
r i,uq.ini ,. - -.
1 lie followlnar hi, ihnwi the average
prlco of hogs at South Omaha for the last
everai aays, with comparisons:
tte. I 1905. 11904. 1190S. 11902. 11901. 11900.11899,
4 841; 4 841 I 66 t 731
4 W94l 4 83J 4 99! I 5 721
4 I7SI 4 Ml 4 871 oil
4 r, 4 M 4 791 491 6 N
66 6 731 4 M
4 881 4 74 6 111 o 71
4 641 4 Ul
4 83V 4 90
4 81 4 95:
4 79 I 4 87
4 71'HI 4 971
4 74U 03
( 211 6 &9
4 n ! 4 !
il 18 5 6S1 4 67 i 3 92
4 71W 4 9.
6 321 67
I 4 62, 4 55
I 3 63
4 901 3 84
The following tahie shows tbe prices paid
at the river markam for rattle:
Good to choice corn-fed steers 35.2MJ5.75
Fair to good corn-fed steers
Common to fair corn-fed steers...
Oood to choice range beef steers.
Fair to good range beef steers....
Oood to choice cows and heifers..
Fair to good cows and heifers
I H.Vu4 bO
3 "BS 30
Fair to good western cows
Cannera and cutters
Oood to choice tockers feeder. S.764 10
Fair to good stockers and feeders. s.oovi.A
Common to fair stocker feeder 2.5O3.00
RANGE OF PRICE8.
Omaha 1.25'6.76 $4.62(4.75
Chicago l.lVatfSfi 4.26 tj4.95
Kansas City 1.76-&6.85 4 24 S-4.M)
St. Louis 2.0O'u.8O 4.60 j4.85
Sioux City 2.0WB6.70 4.00 j4.'6
The following list show the number of
cara of feeder shipped to the country
yesterday and their point of distillation:
A. P.asmussen, Pllger F. E
Dilmar McCann, Washington F. K...
J. Uoodfellow. Cody, Neb. t. k.
O. A. Wolcott, Washington F. ,
Owen ft Scott, Stanton F, E
R. W. McOinnls, O'Neill F. E
J. B. Burgess, Kennard F. E
C. Lorenson, Wlsner F. E
Elu Bodley, Wahoo F. E
E. J. Bunts, Northhorg, Mo. Q
D. A. Peck, Northborg, Mo. Q
W. F. Otte, Anderson, la. Q
J. M. Brltton. Prescott, la. Q ,
N. R. Graham, Orlswold, la. Q
H. P. Otto. Wapello, la. R. I ,
M. M. Prlchard, De Sota. Ia. R. I
W. IV Hall Anita la R. I
I J. E. Chaney, Anita, la. R. I
I. T. Spangler, Walnut, la. R. I
M. M. Prlchard, De Sota, la R. I
Frank Collleoti, Arcadia, la. N. W....
Patrick O'Drlscoll, Vail, la. N. W....
Tom Bennett. Vail, Ia.-N. W
J. A. Dieter, Vail. Ia.-N. W
W. P. Campbell, Woodbine, la. I. C...
R. B. MeKee, Webster City. Ia. I. C.
William Rlloy, Verdon, Mo. P
O. M. Munford, Murray Mo. P
Fred Nutxman, Nehawka Mo. P
Peter Berlet, Brock Mo. P....
Charles Troop, Murray Mo. P .,
P. Cotello, Rogers U. P
Tom Coetello, Rogers U. P
C. F. Wiggins, Got hen berg IT. P......
J. H. Norsworthy, Oolhenberg U. P..
C. F. Spencer. Lexington U. P
Ed Guynan, Rogers U. P
J. H. Costello, Roger U. P
H. J. Bkoog, Genoa U. P
Emll Schott. Osceola U. P
J. Croak, Bayard, la. Mil...
C. Hill. Adol. Ia. Mil
L. Sullivan. Panama, Ia. Mil
A. Coiner, Silver City, la. Wab...
Walton, Shenadoah, la. Wab..
M. J. Huston, Silver City, la. Wab 1
Blbbf ft Clark. Bloomfleld M. ft O..
Dan McNamara, Pender M. ft 0 1
H. S. Banta, Horace B. &. M !
Epllng Bro., Blair M. ft 0 2
w. uonavan. Bcnuyier u.
Louis Funk, Rogers U. P....
W. R. Sutton, Wahoo-F. E
Perry Marsh, Platlamouth Q 1
The official number of car of stock
brought In today by each road was
Roads. cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. ft St. P
Union Paclflo system
ft N. w
F.. E. ft M. V
C, St. P., M. ft O
B. ft M
C, B. ft Q
C, R. 1. ft P.. east
Chicago Great Western....
Total receipt Ill 70 26
The disuosltion of the day receipt wa
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num..
ber of Dead Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co Soo
Swift and Company 872
Cudahy Packing Co 616
Armour ft Co 493
Vanaant ft Co 207
Carey ft Benton 166
Lohroin ft co i.i
McCreary ft Clark 1
W. I. Stephen 24
Hill ft Huutslnger 103
Huston ft Co 224
Hamilton ft Rothschild.. 161
Wolf ft Murnan 61
Mike Haggarty 66
J. B. Root ft Co 188
Bulla ft Kiln 8
Other buyer 605
CA TTLE The
morning wer quit email and were
up to expectations, only 111 cars, with
tai ot aoout ,suu neaa oeing received.
this is smaller than the usual run on thl
day. Receipt for the first four day. of
th week foot up about 23.620 bead, aa
against i6,0w) for the previous week and
fully 4.000 neaa less man tn run for the
same days one year ago.
Ther wer only a comparatively small
number of corn fed cattle on the market
thi morning and It 1 a hard matter to
compare price with those of tb previous
day, owing to th fact that th
supply for th preceding day ha bean
o uneven. Pcker wer evidently wanting
a few load of good corn fads and th one
or two load on tne market round ready
ale at price that were generally ateady.
Th supply of cow and helfsrs was not
very liberal, but good choice .tuff found
reanv sale at prices mai wer stead v to
strong In most cases. Local buyer were
out early with a (air Used bunch of out
side order and as a result the trading was
fairly active. Generally speaking, th
market on cow wa brisk and steady to
10c higher, th better kind of cow sell
ing generally loo higher than yesterday.
The aupply of feeder wa only fair and
th majority of th stuff was of the inferior
order. Ther wer a few country buyers
in nd most of these were looking for good
light Blocker and feeder. Stock of that
kind found ready aale at price, that wera
in most case, ju.t about ateady with those
R. V. SwiUer Neb.
II feeder. . 60S 3 36
26 cow 8(1 I tf
1 cow 9v0 t la
4 cow 9u7 $ 00
1 cow 760 1 86
1 cow 1130 I 00
1 bull imo 1 do
1340 1 90
.. 360 4 60
..LoO $ (10
.. aJO 1 66
2 cow. . .
720 1 60
60 $ 00
960 1 80
1J I 26
.130 2 10
439 2 16
. KiO 2 00
14 feeder. .1
14 cow H"3
..1145 2 85
..940 3 im
1 Steer 114 SOU S steer. ...12 3 30
.18 feelers.. liM IM 24 feeler..l)12 3 00
M feeders.. 76J 3 R
S steers.. ..1137 3 K) 11 rows 848 I DO
A. J. Carlson, Nebrneka.
10 cows 9 3 85 19 feeders . 987 3 30
J. I,. Beihy. Wyoming.
M steer.. Si Jrt
J. M Hlgglns, South Dakota.
30 steers.. ..11.13 3 20
37 cows SSO I 5 11 feeder.. 1087 t 8$
IftXJS There w a moderately large run
pf hogs this morning, seventy loads being
received with a total of about i.ooo head.
The receipts for the first four days of th
week are somewhst larger than those for
the same period of time last month, but
still thev are smaller than th run for the
four first days of the week for the same
wmW nnm txa r a,vri tiv aHntit 8 000 head.
The market on bogs thin morning opened
verv slow and 845 iV lower on the most
of the stnff. letter the trade picked tip a
little and the trade closed generally bfjluo
lower. The bulk of the sale today wer
at 34.6241? 4. 67H. while the real toppy loada
old mostly at 14. 75. There wa not so
much attention paia to quality ana a num
ber nf the sale
were bunched. Repre-
A. 8h. rr.
. .I4 ... 4 lti
...lit 10 4 41S
.114 M 4 42S
..tM tK 4 4?S
.,H 1 4 42S
6S0 4 4IS
.164 1M 4 4IS
..171 40 4 4IS
..121 124 4 I2S
..1.14 40 4 US
rio At. Bh. Pr.
M I ... 4 44
40 tM 44 4 44
74 Hi ... 4 44
71 t!4 tM 4 44
40 tot 4 4 41
41 271 40 4 44
41 221 I 4 44
14 21 40 4 41
44 M4 10 4 44
41 27T 14 4 44
41 M4 M 4 4
44 40 4 44
14 T7I ... 4 48
II 131 120 4 41
TM 40 4 8
4i JM 120 4 47 S
47 IM 40 4 47S
M 144 i0 4 47S
I IH 40 4 IIS
4; 1 ... 4 47S
: !i lto 4 rs
41 M 14 4 I7S
IT I ... 4 71
141 ... 4 71
IK 440 4 IIS
120 4 M
M 4 Si
120 4 44
e 4 41
M 4 41
120 4 48
0 4 41
SHEEP The run nf sheen thl morning
wa rather small, about thirty cars being
received, with a total of about 7.000 neau.
This is somewhat smaller than the usual
Thursday run. but the run for th Week
ha been smaller than has been th case
for the Inst row mkm The total for the
first four days this week Is about 46.60O
head, as against 86,098 for the same days
last week, making the receipts for thl
week a little more than halt the eixe of
those for the same time last week.
There Wfr nnlv a fsw loads of good Tat
beep on the market this morning, and as
buyers appeared io be rather anxious to
get thl kind of stork, they found ready
sale at prices that were fully steady with
"those of yesterday. The trade wa rea-
nnaoiy active and tne little aesiranie tun
ing stuff in sight wa cleaned up at an
The lara-er nortlon of th sheen received
this morning consisted of feeders. The
quality of th Bluff shown today was a
little better In most cases than that that
has been coming In lately. There wer
very few country buyers In this morning,
as. owins? to the enod weather, the country
men do not feel a though they could afford
to leave their corn st th present, -i nere
were a few lota of arond stuff on til mar
ket todav. A good choice lot of feeding
ewe sold direct for 84.00. which' Is an ex
cellent price for that kind of stuir. Mar
ket on feeders, generally speaking, wa
qulety and ateady.
quotations on fst sneep ana ismos: ttonn
to choice fed lambs. i.764f7.26: good to
choice range lambs, 36. fW on; good to
.n.jiLo ymnini weinrrn ao.ioiuw.so, ""',
Sf.V'1. Vfc?iJ!6-Mi '00l
cnoic yearling wethers w.zwirfi.oo; gooa 10
Old ewes. 84EOf?iKflO
Quotations on feeder sheen and lam no:
Good feedlnr IK tfvrtfi 7S- manA feeding year
lings. M 75f. : good feeding wether. 34.73
6ft. 00; good feodlng awe. $3.40493.76; breed
ing ewes, 34 2t4.80.
No. Av. Pr.
249 Wyoming we 102 4 30
84 Mexican wether "
496 Mexican yearling 86 I 26
20 Wvnmlnar varllnsr ewea and
wether u iw
71 native ewes 110 4 60
106 native lamb 74 7 00
17 Wyoming stats lib 3 bo
33 Wyoming ewes and feeder.. 90 4 00
84 WVnmino- ewea 9K 4 I
202 Wyoming lamb and cull.... 61 6 00
mb Wvomlnsr wetners lie a iu
241 Wyoming yearling, feeder.. 77 6 40
CHICAGO UVB STOCK MARKET
Cattle SteadyHoc, Sheep and Lamba
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. CATTLE Receipt,
8.609 head. Market ateady; common to
nrime steers. 82.8W666: cows, si.itw'a.iu
heifers, I2.00JI6.00; bull. $3.00414.00; storkcr
and feeder. S2.16if4.15: calves. z.oof7.oo.
HOGS RecelDts. 28.000 head. Market wa
lower; good to prime heavy, $4.85'g4.96; me
dium to good heavy, $4.7634.80; light weight
butchers . 34.7br94.90; gooa to cnoice neavy
mixed. 34.60480; packing, M.axM.a.
head. Market lower; sheep ,34.0Oft5.6n; year
lings, $5.60tj.oo; spring lamni, b.MKat.iso.
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. I8.-BEEVE8-R
celpt. 386 head; three car of cow Bold
at ateady nrlcea or at $1.40tf2.30 for com
mon and medium grades. Export today,
kco neau came.
CALVES Receipts, 176 head; Market for
veals ateady at x4.oora.bo; choice, .it
grasser slow with little firmer feeling,
ale at I2.6otr2.60- - western or southern
calves; dressed cr : steady; city dreased
veals. 8Q12c per old; country dressed.
7(gUc; dreased giusaer and led calv
HOGS Receipts. 1660 head: Market feel
Ina steadv: state hogs quoted at 36.30435.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6,042
head: sheep in moderate demand and un
changed: lamb about ateady; sheep, 33.60
U5.00; cuns, ii.uh; lamoa, o.do(u .ou; no
choice lamb here; Canada Iamb, $7.05.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 16. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 11,000 head, including 600 head south
erns; market ateady; beef steers. 1543-26C
higher than Tuesday; choice export and I
dressed beef steers, 35.00oj6.K5- fair to good,
$3.604.96; western steers, $2.764 50; Block
ers and feeders, 12.404.15; southern leers,
$2. 4044.00; southern cows, $1. 76-43. 00; native
cows, $1.7534.00; native heifers, 32.504.86;
hulls. tiai4i3.26: calve. 12.264.00.
HOGS Receipts. 10.800 head: market fcaioc
lower; top $4.80; bulk of aale. $4 Wxff4.72:
heavy, H.wns'; pacaers, h-oohj-vio, pigs
and llirhts. 84.354S.70.
EHEEP APU LAUm neceipis, a.w
head: market steady; native lambs, $5,264))
7.26: western lambs. 35.25S7.26; ewe nd
vasritnars S4 zroa.ao: weaiern ciiDPea year
lings, $o.OOS6.6o; western clipped sheep, $6.60
&e.60; Btocker and feeders, 4.2b4JO.oo.
St. Lonle Live Stock Market
8T. LOUIS, Nov. 16. CATTLE Receipt.
4.600 head. Including 1,900 Texan. Market
strong; native shipping and export steers
$4 50j6.80; dressed beef and butcher steers
tJhviKiiV. iM-ra under 1.000 lbs.. S2.604l4.lO
stocker and feeder. $2.3038. 60; cow and
h.ir.r. r rtrrM.fyi: cknners. $1.70t2.00: bulls,
$2.163.76; calves. 82 50tfj.50: Texas and In
dian steer, $2.3y(J3.7t; cow ana neiier.
HOGS Receipt. $.000 hed. Market 54?
1v- lower: nira and liglit. 34.60&4.8O; pack
ers. $4.5ofi0; butcher and beat heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMB8 Receipt. 1.500
head. Market teady; native mutton. $4.75
4)640: lambs, $6.25ci735; cull and buck.
$2.75f5.00; tocker. $3.04j396; Texan. $2.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOBEPH. Nov. 11 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 2023 head. Market ateady; native.
$J.6itfJ.7&; cow and heifer, $1.40j4.60;
tncker and feeders, $176(88.75.
HOOS Receipts, 7.187 bead. Market Vii
7c lower: light, $4. "4.76; medium and
heavy. $4 66&4.80.
SHEEP AND IaAMBS Receipt, 7,702
head. Market weak; lamb, $7.00; year-
Slang City Live Stock Market.
8IOUX CITY. Nov. 11 (Special Tele-
fram ) CATTLE Receipts. b) head; mar
et strong, stocker steady; beeves. $4.00
A670: cows, bull and mixed. $2. 0033.40:
stocker and feeder, $2. 753.66; calve and
HOGS Receipts, $,600 head: market a
hnde lower, selling at $4.6to4.75; bult( of
Stack In Slgkt.
Receipt of live stock at th lis principal
western marasis yesieroay-.
South Omaha 1.800
Biuux City 600
Kansas City 11.000
Bt. Joseph iO.'I
Bt. Loul 4.6u0
.39.34 (3.487 36.703
NEW YORK. Nov. 11 -COFFEE Market
for future opened ateady at unchanged
rrlce to a decline of 6 point to rpoit
o lower European cables than expected.
Wall atreet and European houses were
moderate sellers and the market eased off
during th middle seexlon to a net los
of about 6 point, but ateadled up toward
the close on demand from trad interest
nd smaller offering. There wa lens
Itching than yesterday but about tt.Coo
ber of the total reported excliftngt fn it
hear In late months. The iiiarK't cloi'
steady net unchanged to ft points lower
pairs were l:M.(X4i Img. I.M'ludtng Deceiii
per at ..; jamuirv. s.'ps , ; r enruary
4 85c; March, 6 v; May. i.im-; July. 7 If--.
September. 7.46'. S)hH quiet; No. 1 Hit.
OMAHA W IIOI.CSAI.M M lit RET.
Condition ( Trade and Qaatntlnn an
Staple and Fancy Prodaee.
FOGS-Fresh receipts, candled stork. 1c.
LIVE POULTRY-Hens, 8V: roosters.
6c; turkeys. 16c; ducks, tV"r spring
HI ITER racking stock. le; choice to
fancy clntry, lhlBc; creamery, 21(321c;
SUGAR Standard granulated, In bbls..
16.01 per cat.; cubes. 35.86 per cwt.; eul
loaf. 16.30 per cwt.; No. 8 extra C, bag
or bbls., 84.85 per cwt.: No. 10 extra C,
OHgS tiniV, M.IV per cwv., rM. jo jrm'w,
baa only. 14.66 per cwt.: XXXX powdered.
6 76 per cwt.
r K r-MIt r lr M Trout, injjiic; naiiDui, j.ic,
buffalo, dressed. 9c; pickerel, dressed, c;
white bass, dressed. 12c; sunflsh. c; percli.
scaled and dressed, 8c; pike, lor: catflsh,
13c; red snapper, 10c; salmon, lie; crap
pies, 12c; rls. 18c; bullheads. He; black
bass, 25c; whltefish, 12c; frog legs, per
dos., 35c- lobsters, green, 7c: Polled
lobster, ijc: shvl twe. 4ect tnuensn, ioc;
It A Y Prices quoted py umajia r eva
company: No. 1 upland, l; medium, wi
BRAN Per ton, 114 50.
ORANGES-Valenrln. all slies. SSCOOKM:
Florida, all Sixes, 33.75434.00.
lemons- Lmnniera. extra rancy, sw
lxe, .v 300 and ?K0 sixes, $4.
DATES 'er fxx or BO l-IO pKgs., Kl
Hallow'en. In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., Sc;
walnut, stuffed. 1-lb. pkgs., 82 rer no.
FIGS California, per 'o-in. carton. 75"tf
I60: Imported Smyrna, 4-cmwn, 12c; 6
BANANAS-Pet medinm-slxsd bunch.
31.764)3.25; Jumbos. 3! 5M13 00.
fEARR-tTtsh. Kiefers and Vicar. 12:
De Ango, 32.76.
APPLES Hen Davis and Wlnesaps. In
Sbu. bbls., 14.00; in bushel basketa, 81.26;
California Bellflowers, 11.60; Colorsdo Jona
than and Grimes' Golden, 32.26; New York
apples. 34 50 per bbl.
ttrtAf'r.H-1 oksvs, per 4-oasaei crate, -CRANBERRIES
Jersey. 31100 per bbl.l
Bell and Bugle. 112 fO
POTATO ES New, per bu 6Afl0c.
ONIONfl Hume-srown veltsw. red nd
white, per bu.. 75c: Soanlsli. per crate.
WAX WEANS Per bu. basket. 33.50:
string beans, per -bu. box. 26a36c.
iifc.Ais mix per nu., 31. ni.
tl I'lMBKKS-FPr bu., ll.8nfTI.i9.
CABBAGE Home-grown, in ciate. per
BEETS New, per bu., 70c.
CKI.KHY Knlartmsoo, per do.. 25c.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per I-
bti bbl , $2.50.
CAULIFMJWETt-Per crate, $3.
TOMATOES California, per crato of 20
Wholesale prices for beef cut: Rib No.
1, 12c; No. 2, 8c; No. 3, Se. Round
No. 1, 7c; No. 2, 6c; No. i, 6c. loins
No. 1. 16c; No. t, 10c; No. 8, 7c. Plates-
No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 3c; no. 1, 2s,o. ttiucas
No. 1, 4c; No. 2. 8c; No. 3. 3c.
HONEY New, per 24 lb., 33.30.
CHEESE Bwls. new, 15c; Wlaconstn
brick, 14c; Wisconsin llmberger,. 13c; twins.
,,' (inni Americas 13IAC
UNlif S-W.lnutV. iCNo.13lft .hell.
eron. Der lb.. Vi: hard shells, cer lb., 12c;
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., 11c. Pecans, large.
per lb., loc; small, per in., ivc. reanuis,
per lb., 7c; roasted, per lb., 8c. Chill wal
nuts, per lb., 124tl3o. Almonds, soft shells,
per lb., 17c; hard shells, per lb., 15c. Shell
back hickory nuts, per bu., $1.75; large
hickory nuts, per bu., $1.60. Chestnuts. 16o
per lb. Cocoanuts, $4 00 per sack Of 100.
HlUEB-no. 1 green, ec; do. green, oc;
No. 1 salted, 10c; No. 2 salted. 9c; No. 1
veal calf. 11c: No. 3 veal calf. 9o; dry
salted, 7 Hf 14c; sheep pelts, 26i$1.00; horse
NEW YORK. Nov. 18. -COTTON Spot
closed quiet, 10 point higher; middling up
land, ii.ioc; miaaung gun, u.tuc; sairs,
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 18. COTTON
Bpot teadv; ordinary, $c; good ordinary,
8 8-lSc; low middling, I0 7-16o middling,
llll-16c: middling fair. llc; receipt. 13..H4
bale; stock, 234.194 bales.
ST. YAJ L IS, IMOV. IB. t t.l I It-JW Bteaov;
middling, llc; sale, none; receipt. 200
bale; shipment. 143 naies; stoca, jo.i.1
LIVERPOOL, NOV. 16. COT1-OIM Boot
In fair demand:, prices lr3 points lower;
American mtddllna fair. 6 38x1: good mid
dling, 6.07d; middling. 6ld; low middling,
6.76d; good ordinary, t.TiA:- ordinary, 6.4'd.
The sale of the day were 10.000 bale, of
which 600 wer for speculation ana export
Evaporated Apple and Dried rrnlt.
MRW YORK.- Nov. 11 EVAPORATED
APPLES Market I firmer with some for
eign demand reported. Common to good
are quo lea at tftf-ic; nearly prune, enun..,
I prime, 9c; choice,
rime, 9c; cnoice,, luc; rancy, 110.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are In falrlv gooa aemana ior ooin mjnii
and future delivery and the market rule
firm with quotations ranging . irom tw
7c. according to grade. Apricot are
2ulet but firm. Choice are quoted at 8bv
c; extra choic, 9(&9c; fancy, 10(fllc.
Dnlnth Grain Market.
DULUTH. Nov. 16. WHEAT To arrlv.
No. 1 northern, 83c; Nd. 8 northern,
81c; December, 32cj May, 86C; durum
JNO. 1, ioc; IMO. , lec; uwuvmtnr, a
72c; No. 2. 71c.
OATS To arrlv and on track, 29c.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Th following real estate transfer were
filed for record Novemler 16:
Nancy J. Keefer and husband to
W. a. Keefer, lots 12 and 13, block
3. Spring Lake park $ 1.000
Ed Johnaton and wife to Agnes Jones,
lots 1 and 3. block 8, same l.0
H. V. A. Pugsley and wife to C. F.
Dennis, lot 4. block 13, South
Mary M. leo to Fanny Newman,
n30 feet of 60 feet lota 10 and 11,
block 10, Patrick's Second addition.. 9"0
E. D. Jones and wife to H. J. Grove,
lots 18 and 19, block (, ' Halcyon
O. J. Plckard and wife to Phoebe E.
Hock, lot 4, block 11, Isaac ft 07a
Ueorgianna Purtell to Daniel Ryan,
lot 16, block 37, Florence 9A0
W. H. De Buse and wife to Amanda
M. Smith, part lot 73, Oises' addi
tion . 17
D. V. Shole Co. to S. T. Bodlna, OSS
feet lot 6, block 1, Campbell addi
Bam to same, w lot t, block 1,
H. D. Hathfleld and wlf to F. C.
Morgan, lots 8, 9 and 10, Beauvoir
Omaha Realty company to same, lot
12. 13. 14 and 17, same....- 3.500
L. C. Nash and wlf to lime, lot 11,
Georgia footer and husband to Illian
Cooler, lot 12, block 13, Omaha View. 50
United States National bunk to Mis
souri Valley Land and Live Stock
company, lots 6. 11, 12. 13, 14. 20. 31
and 22. block 31. Albright's Choice
and other property I
Same to same, lots t and 1 block 20,
West End addition and other prop
4JUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
Mary D. Johnson and husband ta
Morris Newman, und'4 of und3-15th
lot 1, block 212, Omaha Bt
Total amount of transfer $17,62
Von Dorn Grain Co.
Chicago Beard of Trad
Omaha Grain Exchange.
Grain and Provisions
Bought and aold for cash or future delivery
Receiver and Shipper.
$16 and 330 BOARD OF TRADE BLDO.
Tel. IOC). OMAHA.
F. D. Day & Co,
Dealer la " ,
Stock. Grain, Provisions
Ikly Year Grain ta
raaak OCJa. Ilvtll aWard al Trad
Hide. Oaaaha. -. Taleabana 1114,
. SU-314 Eaehans did-. 4kutt Omaha
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