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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET f
ul Nwi ComM WLiob Wuld
SPECULATIVE TRADE IS VERY LIGHT
tlthonah Hull, Markets Are Steady
W'mhtr Perfect for Corn Move,
meat and Ha.klnaT Oati Mala-
tala Old Price Level.
On track: No. 1 northern. K'df; No. t
northern, llc; Iecember. 81Vc; May, 864c,
OMAHA. Nov. JS, 19-.
The speculative trade In all grains wan at
n standstill today. There n lit tin In the
news to encourag operations. Allhnugii
dull, the markets were quite steady. Wheat
fables did not reflect fully the American
advance of yesterday. A correction was
made In Argentina shipments of tVm.KiO
bushels, making the total for the wek
l.&o.unn bushel Instead of KVi.oio bushels.
Weather condition In Argentina continue
favorable. December closed at 85S xHoc,
May at 87?t,'uK.Sc and July at S3-iC.
The Liverpool corn market was depressed
by short selling. The weather In perfect
for movement and for husking, and larger
receipts are expected. Decemler closed at
44S1i444e. old December at 46V4.C. May at
44Vu4!i,c and July at 4 ...
Oats showed a aood tone, maintaining; the
price level despite the dull trade. The large
cash business worked yesterday at Chi
cago, amounting to fully l.nwi.wo bushels,
had a hnlllah afreet nn the sentiment. De-
cember closed at 3iii3ic, May at J2Vtf
32Hc and July at 81V,
Clearances mere 24i nun bushel of coin
2W.0M) bushels -)f oats. 17.0n0 bushels of
wliMt Afi mil hnt-rala nt flolir. PrtniarV
wheat receipts were l.lW.oU) bushels and
shipments 463.ono bushels, against receipts
last vear of 1.178.mo Dushels and shipment
of 626.000 bushels. Pilmary corn receipts
were 672,000 bushels and shipments 425,uoii
bushels, against receipts last year of 717.000
bushels and shipments of 155.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed Vaa'l lower on wheat
and Sd lower on corn.
Kansas City elevators loaded out 350 cars
of wheat Thursday, most of If for Texas,
Missouri and Kansss mills, where good
milling wheat Is scarce. It Is estimated by
Kunsas City traders that 35 per cent of the
crop Is vet In tha hands of the farmers.
Australian shipments for the week were
M.OOO bushels, aaalnst 82,000 bushels last
week and SO4.000 bushels last year.
The world's wheat shipments for the
week are estimated at 12.0"0.000 bushels, of
which Europe will take about 10.4W.000
bushels. Actual shipments last week were
12,nKM0 bushels and thoso of a year ago
11. 5o8. W bushels.
A Duluth miller says 1m had a larger ex
port trade Friday than any day since he has
been In the business.
Corn along the Kurlington and the Iowa
Central In Illinois Is husking 30 to 35 bush
els to tho acre. Early estimates were from
10 bushels more than net returns.
Chicsgo traders who are long tin oats say
tliey look for receipts to be between l'O
and 126 can a day for some tlnye, an amount
.ibout equal to the dally consumption They
expect to see a spread of only 9o between
oats and corn In May. It is now 12c. while
last vear at one time It was 2Sc.
"Big operators In corn are betting their
money on both ldes," says tho Inter
Ocean. "The bear Is betting on the big
rrop figures shown by the government re
port being approximately correct. The hull
is putting tip his money on the theory that
the vleld has been estimated 200,000,000 to
toO,(f.oJO bushels too high."
Omiha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, 1 car at 78c, 1 car
it 77c. 1 car at 7H"c and 1 car at 76c.
CORN No grade, 3 cars at 38c, 1 car at
J7c, 2 cars, 36c.
OATS No. 3 white, 3 cars at 2SV. 1 car
at aVic. -
Omaha (ash Trices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 793Slc; No. 3 hard,
7V&7h4c; No. 4 hard, 71V'!'4c; No. 2 spring,
78i(i7Hc; No. t spring. 7ft'o774jC.
CORN No. 3 new. 39i40c; No. 4 new.
Jc; no grade. 344i3Sc; No. S new yellow,
3S'c40c: No. 3 new white, 8t'U40o.
OATS No. 2 mixed, 27V02ac; No. 3 mixed,
f7Hc: No. 3 white, 28Vifc2btc; No. 4 white,
27 V" 2.
RYE No. 2, 66c; N01 8, 64c.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO GRAM AS D I'ROVlSIOSS
Featares of the Trading and Clo.las;
1'rlcea on Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. Trading In the grain
pits today was exceedingly dull .'Hid prices
fluctuated within a nurruw range. At the
close the price of wheat, corn and oats
showed practically little change, from the
Until quotations of yesterday. Provisions
were 2'c to 12',4jc lower.
The wheat market opened a trifle easier
with tho May option a shada lower to a
shade higher at 871c to Nw. I'll trad-rs
and commission houses had moderate offer
ings, hut buyers were hard to tlnd. tha
severe decline of yesterday having appar
ently discouraged a number of prospective
purchasers. News of the day win some
what bearish. Weather In Argentina was
said to be favorable to the development of
the new crop. In this country absence of
tain In the northwest was considered likely
to accelerate the movement of wheat to
market. Another factor tending '0 depress
values was a statement made by an Eng
lish statistician, In which It was claimed
the world's shipments for the week would
show an Increase and that exports from
Russia would be more liberal than gener
ally anticipated. Refore the end of the first
hour the price of the May delivery had
eased off to 87S". Trading was listless un
til shortly before the close. On reports j J
porters shorts covered quite freely. As a
result the market retrained practically all
of the enrlv loss. The May option ad
vanced to c. The market closed steady
with May at STc, a shade lower than the
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
PiicM Piiihad Up AgfTMiiBiJ n Show
ing Made by Feik Statement
SURPLUS CASH RESERVE THREE MILLIONS
Reenlt Accomplished by HI Increase
la I.oaa Item letter Market
Is Irregnlar and Hesitative.
NEW YORK, Nov. lR.-Prlces were
pushed up aggressively on the stock mar
ket today In toe confluent anticipation tnat
the bank statement would disclose the
making up 01 toe deficit of last week in
the legal reserve. The publication of the
tatement showed a surplus established of
-'.u.im above the 26 per cent legal re
quirement, but the movement of atocas
developed soma hesitation, and the closing
tone was decidedly Irregular, with niany
prominent a too a showing small net losses
from last night, while the conspicuous
specialties held some very striking gains.
lille the bank statement showed the res-
1 toratlon of a surplus, tha manner In' which
was accomplished, as Indicated by the
changes In the various Items, aroused some 1
questioning over the outlook. The cash
Item showed a decline of nearly I2.0tv.ou0,
which Is accounted for approximately by
the known movements of money, but show
practically no benefit from the supposed
decrease, tn.yH.VC. Peposlts, $(nrr,;
decrease, f 24.y. Circulation, $t4 . ,;
Increase. $1 2"0. Leaal tenders, I73.V7b.10U;
Increase f!fH. Ppecie, $17ft7,300; de
crease, $:.- 9.i"0 Rserve, 4o; de
rmn, tl r.t. Reserve required. $249.
767 250; decrease, 7.812.4''0. Surplus. 32.915.
150; Increase. IS.S43.!"'0. Ex-V'nlted Statea
deposits, j,Su7,i;; increase, o,3il,75.
Sew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. IS. MONEY On call:
Nominal; no loans. Time loans: Steady;
slxtv and ninety days, per cent; six
months. nVs't)'! ir cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE TAPER per
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actus 1 business In bankets' bills at $4.8645
46o6 for demand and at M.fc.'SOiM 83 for
alxty-dav bills; posted rates. 14.834 and
14 k7: commercial hills. $4 K'v 4.82H-
PII.VER Bar, 64c: Mexican dollars. 4S'4c.
H )ND3 Oovernment, steady; railroad,
Closing; quotations on bonds were as follower
..1V1 Japan 14 strtaa.. tH
..fits' do 4Wa M
..i4 flo 2d aerlas !
.114 L A N. unl. 4a ....liH
..li4 Manhattan e. f 4a..l0Jt
. 1064 Mti. Ontral a 10
..tit dn lat Inc U
..1JJ Minn. A St. L 4s ... '
a 794 M.. K. a T. 4a 1OTH
Ill an la OVi
a KU N. R. R. of at. c. 4a. 14
closing price of yesterday. Clearances of , Iirvate transfer of large Bums to the banks 1 rSiiio A lV
1'. 8 rf. ta ref
V 8. 3a. rf
C. e. old 4a, r(.
V. B. new 4a, rut
Atrhlaon Ran 4a...
do adj. 4a
Atlantlo C. L 4a.
Bal. a Ohio 4s...
Brooklyn ft. T. c.
Cantral of Ga, ta.
de lat Ino
do td Ino
do Id Inc
Chta. A Ohio 4t
W'heat and flour were enusl to ,"';2.000 hu
Primary receipts were 1.U5.0) bu., com
pared with 1.178.000 bu. one year aco. Min
neapolis. Ptiluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 9?9 cars, against l.(6 cars last
week and 849 cars one year ago.
Sentiment In the corn pit was exceed
ingly bearish, but active support from a
leiding bull prevented anv material de
cline In prices. A sharn break at Liverpool
brought about some s-lllnE by commission
houses and pit trnders. reso'tlng In slight
losses early In the day. Poring the re
mainder of the session prices luctuafed
very sllchtlv. The market closed steadv.
Mav opened a sharl to Kfi'-r lower nt 4fe
to 44'4c. sold between 44V,c and ii'Wic and
rinsed with a net loss of c at (4fi4lTi,c.
Ixical recelnts were 315 cars with five of
Tl'" volume of trnfttng In onts was verv
small. InfttienCed by an excellent d'mand
from exporters the market belli jiteid'.
May opened unchanged to Up lower t 32c
to ic to ?',(- sold off to 321 H,c and
rinsed Bt 32HlfW2Hc. Local receipts were
Provisions had a stronar undertone, but
trsdlnar was almost ll'eless. Th 're was a
fair Investment demand for the January
products and some buvlng of poek bv a
local packer. T strong market for live
boars was a bullish factor. At tre rinse
Mnv pork wis tin IWI0140 at 112.82HW? 8
I ard end ribs were each up 2'4c at $7.0214
and 71A respectively.
Estimated receipts for Mondnv: AVheat.
1W rrs: oorn, 617 cars; oats, 238 cars; hogs.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
at titia center from Canada and other
sources. The Improvement In the bank
position, therefore Is entirely due to the
enormous cut of 127,204. 2on In the loan Item
of the banks. On September 9 of this
ear the banks recorded, a decrease In
loans of 13o.Ui.300. which Is the record
figure, and on October 14 of this year the
decrease was .. 464.6ml. With these two
exceptions, this week a loan contraction is
several million dollars 111 excess 01 iiini oc
any previous week in tha history of the
it la not supposed that the stock market
liquidation, which was confined to Monday
ml 1 uesuav, represents any sucn reduc
tion of outstanding credits. Foreign ex
change, wits advancing again today, while
the sterling exchange rate at 1'a.rls ana
at tiurlin moved against London again.
Sensational gains were made in the puces
of the federal mining stocks, the Southern
Steel companies. New York Air Hrake,
several southern railroads, American Snuft,
Rrooklyn lranslt and a number of Indus
trial specialties of a minor grade. The
eneral movement of prlcea was narrow
Total sales of bonds, par value. 2.91o,OfiO.
The quotations on the New Y'ork Ktock
exchange ranged as follows:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Articles. I Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close. Yes'y.
Bi vow ax'fe
87S, 7V"8 8771183
82T4-I 83' 83V
44 M 45
Am. Car & Foun ..
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Hide & L. pfd..
Am. Ice. secur
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Locomotive ....
Am. Smelt. & R'fg.. 23.W
32t 32V4' KVoH'
l i 80
Stl Louis - US
No. 1 tOld. INew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Bteadv; winter patents, J.I.SS'a
420: straights, 13.7Mi4.10; spring patents,
Sl.SOgt.lO; straights, I3.60&3.85; bakera', $2.25
43 3 M.
WHEAT No. 2 spring. 8688c; No. 8, 80
v ; in sic: no. z reu. sbw8ic.
' I CORN Nn. 1 4HWu0rl Nn. 1 vellow KO
KEW YORK. UKMfiRAL MARKXT
taotatlona ot the Day on Various
NEW YORK, Nov. 18 FLOUR Receipts,
11,710 bbla. ; exports, 20,307 bbls. ; market
lull, but steady; winter patents, I4.20'u-I.o6;
winter straights, 13Sio'q4.1o; winter extras,
2.5.ih3.2u; winter low grades, 13.mkii-4.J6.
Rye Hour, firm; fair to good, XuU'4.10;
:holce to fancy. $4.16?i4.bo. Buckwheat
lour, steady, U lt)2.2&. spot and to arrive.
BUCKWHEAT Steady. 66c, delivered
I'UHNmKAL Steady; fine, white and
,'ellow. 11.26; coarae. 1. 16dM8; kiln-drlcd,
HI r Nominal; No. 2 western, 76c, c. I.
!. New York.
HARLKY-yulet; feeding, 41c. c. 1. f.
iuffalo; malting.. 6Ktlc, o. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. 136.100 bu. ; exports.
I7,31 uu. ; tuues, 2.20O.UOU bbls. futures.
Spot market steady; No. 2 red. 90!o ele
vator and 93c f. o. b., afloat; No. 1
aorthern Duluth. 93Ho f. o. b., atloat; No.
1 northern Manitoba, WHc The opening
was steady; wheat eased off undor poor
fsbles liberal receipts and poor prospects
for Russian shipments. It rallied In the
last hour on bull support; May. 82 1-lbVuj)
M3-16c. closed at 92c; December, -Wif
KV. closed at 92,c.
CORN Receipts, 74,115 bu.; exports, 78.
74 bu. Spot market steady; No. 2, 58o
levator and 6ftc f. o. b., afloat; No. 2
.ellow. 5kc. Option market was without
transactions, closing partly lower;
luiiuaiy cloned at djo; May closed at 60V:;
Oecemlier closed at 64c.
OATH Receipts, 53.5uo bu.; exports, 33,
:17 bu. Runt market steady: mixed. 26 to
U lbs., 33c; natural white, 10 to 32 lbs.. 86
i374c: clipped white. .16 to 4) lbs., 3(34X:.
HAY Hteady; shipping, 604166c; good to
Hol'B Firm; state, common to choice,
1906. 14rt22c; 19tH, llVu'Kc; olds, f.("tSc. Pa
irtc coast, 1906, lOfoloo; 1904, 104jl4c; olds,
HIDES Firm; Galveston, 20 to 2o lbs..
Mo; California, 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texaa dry,
A to 30 lbs., 1.
LKATHKK-KIrm; acid. 26 270.
PROVISIONS Heef, quiet: family, $11.50
Tl2 ju; mess, 19 5vn 10.50; beef hams. I21.04t
12.60; packet. llO.ieWn W: city, extra India
Ttess, Jl7 6tfj 18.60. Cut meats, quiet; pickled
nellies, 18.7&U 10.60; pickled vhouldeis,
.0; pickled hams, i9iVo9.75. Lard, steady;
western steamed, $7.2oi7.4o; refined, quiet;
continent, 19.70; South America, Is 80; com
pound, 15.5"u6.76. Pork, quiet; family, 116 50;
short clear, 114.503:16.50; mess, 115.2315 50.
TALLOW Steady ; city ($2 per pkg .),
4Hi-; country (pkgs free), 46o.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra, 3
tJ6c; Japan, nominal
roll. iKI-Aiie. steady; chickens, llc;
fowls, Uc; turkeys, 14c. Presaud, quiet;
western chickens, Hjlic; turkeys. ltd-'Oc;
bl'TTER Steady ; state dairy, common
to extra. ltVu.'.tc; western Imitation cream
cry, tlrsts. lTVil ' . .
CirEESK Market easy; state full creams,
small, colored and white, September, fancy,
Uc; state, Iste mad", choice, 12"j4fl2c;
state, fair to good, 12Sc.
OATS No. 2, 30c; No. 2 white, 33c; No.
RYE No. 2. 68ic.
BARLEY Oood feeding, 87ig38c; fair to
cnoice malting, -"HtHC.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 84c; No. 1 northwest
ern, 11.00. Timothy, prime, 13.30. Clover,
coniraci gntae, u.uiif(i 10.0.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. 113.50
Sil3.6:'. Iard, per 100 lbs., l6.&5fM.97.
Short ribs sides (loose), 17.ootr7.12; short
clear sides (boxed), !.87a7.00.
Following were the receipts and ship
ments ok uour ana grain;
On the Produce exchange today
ter market was firm; creameries,
dairies, 173uc. Eggs, firm; at mark, cases
included, intake; nrsts, 24c; prime firsts, 28c
extras, 30c Cheese, steady. 12tgl3?ac.
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 18. WHEAT Re-
cetpta, 18,000 bu.; market unchanged; I)e
ceniber, 78c: May, 89c; July, 7ac. Cash
1 No. Z hard, sous3c: No. 3, 78toSl4c; No.
rea, soU!wc; ino. i, soiunso.
CORN Receipts, 99.000 bu. ; market
steady; December, 40c; May, Wic. Cash
No. 1 mixed, 42420; No. 2 white. 43c
No. 8, 42c.
OATS Receipts, 9.000; No. 2 white, 303
31 'c; .-no. z mixeu, -c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $10.7!ygll.23
choice prairie, y..i(.au.
RYK Steady; 66c.
EGGS steady; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases Included, 24c; case
count, Z2c; cttaes returned Wc less.
BUTTER Steady ; creamery, 21c; dairy
Wheat, bu 84.000 59,000
Corn, bu 99.000 60.000
Oats, bu 9,000 14.000
The following range of prices at Kansas
City was reported by F. D. Day & Co., 110-
1U Board of Trade building;
Artlclea.l Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. I Yes y
V'heat ' I
Pec... 78Vii"- 7S 78 78' 7814
May... 80 8"V, 80 8oVs 8o'j
Pec... 40 40 397 40 40
May... 4oVa 40 40! 4t 4o
t) I j I
Pec... t9a 29' 29' 29 29
May... 30 30 3o; 3o! 3
Jan.... 12 U 12 62 12 55 1 2 62 12 52
May... 12 66 12 72 12 64 12 72 12 62
May...6 95Q97 6 97 6 96 97 695
St. Louis Geaerat Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. IS. W H E AT Lower ;
No. 2 red. cash, elevator, 87i9oc; track,
tl91o; December. 8;i(uN3c; May.
Mic; No. 2 hard, 84(T'c.
CORN Steady; No. 2 cash, nominal;
track. 44c for new, 48o for old; D-ccmber,
c; May. 43c.
OATS Firm; No. ! cash. 3oc; track.
31c; December, c; May. 31c; No. J white,
FIADUR-Steady; red winter patents. 14 30
ti4 5o; extra fancy and straight, IJ.Mvdj4.26:
clear. 12 03 10.
SKEI-Tlmothy. steady; IJUjJ.Sti.
t'OHNMKAl-8teady; $2 60.
RRAN Firm; sucked, east track, 7:"(j':3c
HAY Steady; timothy, te.OotjM ': rr"""!.
IRON COTTON T1ES-I100.
HEMP TWIN E re
PROVISIWNS-Pork, steady; Jobbing.
114.25 Lard, steady; prime steam, ti.1-0.
Drv salt meats, strsdv; taixed extra shorts,
M 76: clear ribs. Ittt); short clears, 185.
Hacon, sleadv: Uixed extra shorts. 16.60;
clear ribs. M TV short clear. 19 00.
POl'LTHY Turkeys, lower; -hlckens,
7Wc springs. Hfllc; turkeys. l!c; ducks,
Itk; geeee, 8Hc.
KII'TTER Firm ;creaniery, VSc; dairy,
EGGS Steady at 24c
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. IS. FLOUR-
hlrat iwienta. 14.MXfjt.90; aecond patents,
14.6(t)4.7u; first clears, 13.66tu3.75; second
BRAN In bulk, $1150.
(Superior quotations for Mlnneuoolls do
livery 1. "1 he range of prices, as reporte
by F. D. Pay dt Co., 110-111 Board of Trade
1 Artlclrs.l Open I High.l Ixw. Close. Yes'
! I I I
Pec... S1S8 81' 81i 81 81
May...S64iS 85 86 86
Fi.i- 1 III
Pec... J 99 i s1
May... 103 lit 1 U-'l 1 lt';
C. P A Q
C R. I. A p. 4a..
do col ta
Crt'. f?t. U 44
Colo. Ind. hi, ar.
do aortas H
Colorado Mid. 4a...
Colo. A 80. 4a
D t- H O. 4a
DlatlllenV 8a. ta..
Erla prior lien 4e..
do gen. 4a
Hrcaln Val. 4lta..
as N. Y. c. a. a
..191H N. T C f. ta 114
..IO.V4N0. Paclflo 4a 1044
.. M do ta 74
4a (. A W. c 4a lfllH
. .lUVjO. e. L. rtdf 4a.... H'
.. X Pann. oonr. ISa V'iS
.. II Rradlna ran. ta lot
.. 7 St. L. A I. M. c. ta. lloH
..io7t,et. l. a 8. r. ft 4a it
... II St. L. 8. W. c. 4a... rs
. .101H frabnard A. L. 4a.... tH
... t't Bo Paeten 4a... t1
... 1144 da lit 4a etfa MH
l..l-k8o Rallvar ta lie
A. 73H,Ta (t p. la li
72 T., St. b. A W. 4i
,. 7S' Union PacKc 4a..
.. t4 4 do conr. 4a
.l"l' f. 8. Steal li ta.
, .pit Wabann la
,. anlt do deb. B
,.101 Vwstern Mr- 4a...,
. M' W. A U I. 4a...
..Ill .wta. Ontral 4a...
London Closlna stocks.
LONPON, Nov. IS Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were as follows:
It litis, Y. Cantral
81 11-18 Norfolk A W
.... CV do pfd
.... Ontario A W
. . . . 10j I Pr nmvl vr nltt
.lit'a Rnd Mlnaa
.. So do lt pfd
. do Jd pld
.181" Southarn Hallway
Am. Sugar R'fg
Am. Tobacco pfd. c.
Anaconda Mln. Co..
Atlantic C. L
Baltimore A Ohio....
Broklyn Rapid T....
anadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton....
C. & N. W
M. & St. P
Chicago T. & T
., C. C. & St. L....
Colo. Fuel & Iron....
Colo. & Southern ...
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
Consolidated Gas. ..
Del. & Hudson
Del.. Lack. & W....
Denver & R. Q
700 36 36
do 1st preferred.... 3oO
do 2d preferred 1.4oO
Gen. Electric 400
Hocking VaLey ZOO
Illinois Central 100
international Paper. 4o0
International Pump. 400
do preferred 100
K. C. Southern
do preferred 2,600 67
Louisville & Nash.. 19.J00 163
Met. Securities 2.900 72
Met. Street Ry 14.9o0 116
Mex. Central l.BuO 24
Minn. & St. L
M., St. P. & 8. 8. M. 100 138
do Dreferred l'O 163
Missouri Pacific 4.100 loO
Mo., Kan. & Tex.... 10,000 38
do .preferred 500 71
National Lead 4,400 61
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd
N. Y. Central 2,200 161
N. Y., Ont. & W.... 2o0 6J
Norfo1'.; & Western.. 7m) 86
do preferred 2"0 93
North American .... 6.3tO 99
Pacific Mail 100 47
Pennsylvania 12 90 149
People's Gas 1,000 lo2
P., C. C. dU St. u
Pressed Steel Car.... 1,700 60 49
Pullman Pal. Car....
do 1st prererreo....
do 2d preferred ....
do preferred '
Rock Island Co
St. L. & 8. F. 2d pfd
St. Louts B W
Southern Pacific ....
Southern Railway... 11.900 35 35
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. 29.700 103 102
Texaa & Pacific
T.. St. L. & W
Union Pacific 4.4(0 133 132
T". 8. Express
1. 8 Realty
U. 8. Rubber 300 61 50
V. 8. Steel 12.PO 37 37
do preferred 9. l'O 103 Ti'J
Va.-Caro. Chem 4.400 3S 36
Wabash 2o 21 21
do preferred 3oO 41 40
Western Union 6X 9J
Wheeling A L. E. .. 100 16
Northern Pacific l.OO 2no
Central Leather l'O 44
do preferred 0 lo3
gloss-Sheffield 19.7uO 85
Baltimore A Ohio
i Canadian Pacific
j Ch. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W...
C M. A 8t. P...
I', rrpii u.j ri
Danver A R. O Southern Paclflo
do pfd to Union Pacific .,
Erie do pfd
do lat, pfd 84 V. 8 Steal
do -d pfd 74 do pfd
Illlnola Cantral 182 Wabaah
Loularllle A Naah...lA do pfd
M., K. A T 191
SILVER Bar, quiet, 29 9-16d per ounce.
MONEY 3i:t per cent.
The rate of discount In the open markit
for short bills Is 4'o4 per cent; for threa
months' bills, 4 per cent.
OMAHA LIVE STOCH MARKET
leef Sueri ud Cewi S:tij fer the Week
HOG MARKET ACTIVE, STEADY TO STRONG
Moderate; Receipt e of Cheep, Market
Dull sad I nrhanged Ran for
the Week Fair aad Trices
Lower All Arsasd.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nor. 18. 1906.
Official Tuesdav ...
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep
, 6. 837
Totals this week.
Totals last week...
8am week before.
Sama three weeks ago,
Same four weeks ago.,
Same week last year...
RECEIPTS FOR TUB
The following lihla
of cattle, hoRa and sheeD at South Omaha
ror th year to date, comparing with last
,attI 1 402 831.746
S,og 0.587 1.995,670
Bli6P L826.K8 1.H04.S36
ine following table shows tha average
"'hogs at South Omaha for the lost
-ii oays, with comparisons
''i I 106. 104.1903. !102. 11901. 11900.11899.
Jifw York Mlnlns; Stocks.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
:t Lima chiaf ....
Brunawlck Con . .
Con. Cal. A Va..
(Small Hupaa .
OMAHA. Nov. 18 Bank clearings for
todav were $1,438,615.59 and for the corre
sponding date last year 11,292.912.41.
The clearings for the week, compared
with the corresponding week of 1904 were:
Monday Jl. 941. 106.78 fl. 513.678 41
Tuesday 1,476.718 80 1.296.591 79
Wounesduy 1.415.6i7.43 1, 310.075.97
Thursday 1,648.119 17 1. 369,408.17
Friday 1.6"6.i;95 30 l,4o4, 596.16
Saturday 1,438,615.69 1,292.912.41
4 84; 4 84!
4 8! 4 83
4 871,1 4 8
i 4 90
4 71 4 691
6 661 6 731 4 61 1 4 01
1 e 72 4 an t vt
6 49! t 82
6 4 841
6 21 6 Ml 4 74
6 28' 6 6v 4 67
I 6 321 6 671 4 821
4 621 4 66
4 71 4 46 6 41
4 66 4 39 6 31! 6 62
4 821 3 87
I 3 "6
The United Slates
credits ot par checks and drafts
drawn on out-of-town banks,
charging the depositors only the
actual cost of collection; allows
interest upon Certificates of De
posit; issues Foreign Exchange
and Letters of Credit and invites
accounts of bankers and individ
uals, firms and corporations.
.1, 202.606. 28
WASHINGTON. Nov. lS.-Today'a state
ment of the treasury balance In the general
fund exclusive of the $150,000,000 cold re
nerve shows: Available cash balances, $133,
801,985; gold coin and bullion, 185.644,009;
gold certificates, $46,193,590.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Quotations on
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EOOS Fresh receipts, candled stock, 22c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. 8Vc; roosters,
6c; luraeys, lc; ducks, 9'tj9Hc; spring chick
ens, 9c; geese, 8'9o.
UCTTEH 1'ackinn stock. 15c; choice to
fancy dairy, 18 U luc; creamery, 2l!U21Vic;
Et 'GAR Standard granulated. In bbls.,
$5.01 per cwt. ; cubes, $5.85 per cwt.; cut
loaf, $6.30 per cwt. ; No. 6 extra C, bags
or bbls., $4.5 per cwt.; No. 10 extra C,
bags only, $4 70 per cwt.; No. 16 yellow,
bans only. $4.65 per cwt.; XX-XX powdered,
$5.75 per cwt.
FRESH FISH Trout. lOtfjllc; halibut, 13c;
buffalo, dressed, 9c; pickerel, dressed, 6c;
white bans, dressed, 12c; suntlsh, 6c; perch,
scaled and dressed, 8c; pike, 10c; cattish.
13c; red snapper, 10c; salmon. 11c; crap
pies, 12c; eels, lc; bullheads. He; black
bass, 25c; whltefish, 12c; frog less. Per
doz., 35c- lobsters, green, 7c: boiled
The following table shows the prices paid
at the river marketa for cattle:
"od to choice corn-fed steers $5.23116.50
Fair to good corn-fed steers 6.uou5.Lo
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4.0""n i.oo
Oood to choice range beef steers.. 4 27.o4.50
-" two range Deer steers...
Good to choice cows and heifers.
hair to good cows and heifers
Fair to good western cows
t anners and cutters
ttood to choice stockera & feeders. 2 5(6 4 10
ralr to good stockera and feeders. 3.005j3 60
RANGE OF PRICES.
Chicago li". 7.80
Kansas City 1 75a6.8t
f- 2.01k? 5.80
Sioux City 2.00fr5.6O
The following list shows the number of
cars of feeders shipped to the country yes
terday and their points of destination:
o. luauom, Elliott, la. Q
G. E. Anderson, McPherson, ia'.o'
Frank Grulke, Marne. la. R I
Henry Pleper, Minden, la R. i
W. C. Mott. Memphis B. St. M ...
C. C. Andrews. Shea B. & M '.
L. Hranche, Chalco B. & M
KllpatticK Bros., Hoag B. & M ..
L. E. Lewis. Gretna B. & M
Aug Menu, Dodge F. E
E. T. Graham, Creston F. E.'.'". "
J. H. White, Oelrlchs. 8. D. F E '
Farris & McBeth, Osceola V P
John S. Shoeman, "Waukee. la Mil
v.DVJHianu. vvauKee, la. Mil
,. ? Newport, Yale, Ia.-MII
vjllliam Oailey. Auburn Mo. P
E. H. Norris, Nehawka Mo. P
F. P. Rose, Nehawka Mo. P
Chris Ross, Nehawka Mo. P
T F. Ryan, Verdon-Mo. P
Charles Erne, Ells, la. I. C ..
A. Miller, Clarence, la. N. W '.
W. W. Hill, Hartington-M. & O....
Martin C. Peters, BloomnoTd-M. &
I. J. Bowland, Coleman, Mich. R. 1 2
The official number of cars stock brought
In today by each road was:
t mo ... 4 74 i tM to 4 TO
43 J10 40 4 47 V, 71 120 4 70
44 1.S4 40 4 4Tl 71 Ml 0 4 70
4i, :5 ... 447.4, 64 113 240 4 70
6i l,i 10 4 67', ( J01 ... 4 70
(1 134 ... 4 tl i :'4 !40 4 70
Jl 2!,2 40 4 tr'j 64 H9 0 4 "ill
40 :2 to 4 6714, 6.'. i 40 4 70
7S 25 160 4 4T, 48. 160 140 4 74
4 321 40 4 (7S, 74 t60 40 4 70
tt 23 t 4 7V, 71 til 40 4 70
44 2 140 4 471 M 1"0 40 4 7I4
74 Jf.7 40 4 17' 60 2H7 to 4 72
14 M 0 4 t7 72 277 40 4 72S,
SHEEP There were no
this morning and all the
been carried out from day to day was
cleaned up with tlie mall lull of yenterday,
so that there was absolutely nolmiig uuing
on the sheep market this morning. The re
ceipts of siiecp for this week have been
only moderately large, 48.154 head being re
ceived. This is the smallest run since the
first week in September, but at tluit It is
larger than the run for tho same Week one
year ago by about 4.8O0 heud. It is prob
able tlie receipts from this tlmo on wiil
not be as large as for the last two months,
as the feeder season Is rapidly drawing to
a close and there is not much more stock
of that kind expected in, but receipts will
most likely pick up again about tlie holi
days, when the seiison for fat sheep opens.
The run of sheep during the week has not
been very good and, generally speaking,
tlie greater portic n of the stock received
has been on the Inferior order of stuff.
The warmed-up and short-fed stuff Is be
ginning to come In and there Is practically
no market for that kind of stock. It Is not
good enough to be desirable for killing
purposes, with the result that It has had
to go as feeder stuff and even then some
of It had to be shipped to Chlcugo, where
the same condition of affairs were found,
with the result that it was sold at con
The trade on fat stock this week has
not been very good and there has been a
decrease of about 2uo for the week on this
kind of ntuff. There haa been but little
desirable killing sheep In this week, the
larger portion of the offerings consisting of
; i warmoa-up stun; hence the aecune.
L ...1 .. .- I. .... - -4
Von Dorn Grain Co.
Chicago Board of Tradtt
Omaha Grain Exchange.
Grain and Provisions
Bought and sold for cash or future deliver;
Receivers and Shippers.
21S and 220 BOARD OF TRADE BLDQ.
Tel. 1006. OMAHA.
Stock Yards Dividend
PAYABLE DEC. 1
SO Shares at an Attractive Plgura
Samuel Burns, Jr.
14 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Phons 88
F. D. Day &Co.
Stock. Grain. Provisions
ship Voir Oral to I'a.
Breach or.oe. llO-Ill Baard of Trad
Bids;., Omaha. N-.pi. Tlephoaa HB14U
217-274 Exchangt J'da . South Omaha.
Bell 'Phooa 21a. Vcdepaudsnt 'Pnuns 1
12 rue, toci tnueflsli, 5c;
quoted by Omaha
1 upland, $7; medium.
C-, M. 4 St. P. Ry....
U. P. System
C. & N. W., east
C. & N. W., west
C, Bt. P., JJ. & o
C, li. & t.. east
C. B. & y., west
C, H. I. & p.. east
C, It. I. & p., west....
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the
number of head Indicated: M-"asmg Ule
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing C..o..
Armour & Co
Total sales for tne day, 536.800 shares.
Dvlath Grata Market.
OIU'TH. Nov. 18. WHEAT To
kit. 1 northern. Mc; No. 3 north
Minnespolla Ch Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. MV; No. 1 northern. M",o; No. 2
northern, HOVySlV-; No. 3. 79Vtf'v; No. 1
Durum. 74-; to arrive, 72c. Coin: No. t
yellow, 4K-; No. 3. 4c. Oata: No 2 white.
2SC.. Hurley: 3f.'j tM". Rye: 63SUti4'!.
Kiax: On track. .c; to arrive, KV.
PBORJA Nov. Is. COR.N-Hteady; No. 8
yellow, 434c; No. 3, 43V; No. 4, 42c; no
OATbV-Flrm; No. 2 white, Stic; No. 4
WHISKV-Oii the hasia of fl.30 for fin
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 -COFFF.EThe
coffee maiket futures opened steady at un
changed prices at an advance of 6 points
In n-Kpoiise to steady Kuropean cablea.
Rut rrporta of rains In Rraul checked the
demand and the market eased off slightly
toward the close with final pricea steady,
net unchanged aa compared with yvater
day. S.ilea were reported of Jl.o bags.
Including November at 6 5oe; December,
6S-; March, (toa6.suc; May, 7.(Jm 7.6c,
July. . jc; September. T ij7 4-V and tc
tober at 7 46o. Spot Hto, julet. No. 7
Invoice, 8 8- lac.
Ro. ton Stocks and Uoude.
BOSTON, Nov. IS. Call loans. Mil per
cent; time loana. 6fl0 per cent. Official quu.
tatlona on stocks and bonds were as follows:
Atchlaoa ad. 4i
Vn rrotrsl 4s..
Bonos A Albany
Boaton A Kiln.
Buton ElrT.tcd .
Kitrtbura pld ....
Mrilr.a t'cntr.l .
S Y.. N H A
t nlos Pi-ido
Amer. Arg. Clirm
Aui.r. Pnu Tub.
Am.r. T. A T.
Aser. Wooloo .
Poimltilon 1. A
"gdlroil F.l.c. Illu . .14
. ... tl Advontura
7t Anmlgamattd ...
. ... 44-4 Amrniau Zinc .
...1144 (.-.i a Hoc la. . .
....lit Coppar liansa ..
Ui Haly Weat
H. 1"3 apamlnlon Coal
. '4 ltif Rovala
tt Maia Mining ...
Wont. C. A C...
Ujt(H4 Dominion ..
. Jv' I H'r
Haa. II. a
I ailed Krult
Toiled Sho. Mark.
V 8. staal
WV.tlng. rnTOmoli .
. I. S Mining..
4asil' I. Oil.. 4 .
I' I tan
1o:" North Butt. ..
. . Ta
. .lc 4
BRAN Per ton, $14.60.
ORANGES California Navels, all sizes,
$3.6ii3.75; Florida, all sizes, 83.003.25.
LEMONS Lemonieru. ; lauci, 240
sit". 40 ; 3uo and 360 sizes, $5.50.
DATES Per box ot 3o i-ib pkgs., $2;
Ilallow'cn, in 70-1 b. boxes, per lb., &VC;
walnuts. stufTed, 1-lb. pkgs., $2 per dos!
F1US California, tier 0-10. mrinn 7va
Sc, Imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 12c; t
BANANAS Per medium-sized bunch,
$1.70y2.2i; Jumbos, w (3 uo.
PEARS-Lawrence and Mount Vernon,
$2.6ti; Ijb Ango, $2.76.
APPLES Hcu lav!s and Winesaps, In
8bu. bbis., 4uo: in bushel baskets, $1.2i;
California Bellflowers, $1.51; Colorado Jona
than and Ui lines' Ciolden, $2.36; New York
apples. 41 00 per bbl.
OHAPES Tokays, per 4-basket crate, $3;
Imported Malagas, $.ri.5oii.00.
t HAMil-.ivKit.s-jubtja, $1100 per bbl.:
Bell and Bugle, tlLMO
POTATOES New, per bu.. Vae0c.
ONIUNfi Kume-giown yelluw, red and
white, per bu., oc; Spanish, per crate, $1.75.
WAX iJKANef ier bu. basket, o.60;
string beans, per H-bu. box, 2i!j3i,c.
Bt.ANS Navy, per bu., $l.9o.
CLCCMBERS Per bu.. $l.oi3,1.78.
CABBAiiE Home-grown and Wisconsin,
in crates, per lb., lc.
HhK 1 .evv, ,,i-4 uu., 70c.
CELERY--Kalamazoo, per doz., 25c.
SWEET POTATOES Virginlu, per J
bu bbl . $2 W.
CAl l.Il' Lt)VER-Per crate, $3.
TOMATOES California, per crato of 20
lbs., $2 60.
Wholesale prices tor beef cuts: Ribs No
1, li'ac; No. 2. 8'4c; No. 3, 'jc. Round
No. 1, 7c; No. 2, bc; No. J, jic. 1auis
No. 1, l".'c; No. 2, luc; No 8, 7Vc. Plates
No. 1, 34c; No. 2, 3c; No. 3. 2"c. Chucks
No. 1, 4V:; No 2, 3c; No. 3. 3c.
CIDER Per keti, $3.75; per bbl., $6.75
HONEY New, per 24 lbs, $3.60.
CHEESE S Us, new, lie; Wisconsin
orica, lie; Wisconsin iimnerger. 1.1c: twins
vung Atnericua, HSc,
L 1 a-n ainiin, .o 1 ort sheila, new
crop, per lb.. 15Vic; hard shells, per lb., 13ao
Pecans. Inrge, p r lb., 14c; small, per lb.,
12c. Peanuts, per lb., 7c, rousled,- per lb
be. Chill walnuts, per lb., l-'oljic. Almonds,
soft snells. per lb, 17c. hard shells, per
lb., lie. Shellhark hickory nuts, perl bu,
82 26, It-rge hickory uuTa, per bu , 1 bo.
t'lieatnuts. 15c per lb. Cocoanuta, 84 60 per
sack of P4)
HILES No. 1 green, 9c; No. 2 green, 8c;
No. 1 Balled, 10V; No. 2 sailed, i,c; No. 1
veal calf". 11c; No. 2 veal calf, vc; dry
sailed, 7 Ho; sheep pelts. 26c'u$1.0o; horse
4'lrarlnn; liuo.e Avrragta.
NEW ToRK. Nov 18-Th weekly hank
statement today showed that the clearing
houae banka hold $.'815,150 in excesa of the
25 per rent of deposita required In the by
lswa. It week there waa a deficit of
$.' 4 HO. showing an increase of $",.343 tv.
The statement follows. Loans, $1.017,t3.6n);
NEW YORK. Nov. Is METALS The
metal market waa quiet but generally firm.
uu . i)uuii at i,.j.i'i,vj u Copper la
aaid to I In a very firm position. I-aKe la
quoted ul Jld.TL'ii 17 . electrolytic at $16624
4ilbii74 and casting at 16 TTWtflrt 75. lni
also ruled firm with quotations ransing
s - i.ry). ni iter at fl. H"Ui. -.
Iron rem, una firm but unchanged.
ST. 1 l "1(4. Nov. lis.- MHTAI.fl-I.ead
sleadv at $i..",. Spelter, dull at $0 97t.
Tolrdv Heed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Nov. 18 SEED fMover,
cai.11. a.s.1; i.iecemoer, -.uu. January
$S.w.: Irbruary. li 10: March. $s 15. Prime
aisike, .'V. I'nme Umolby, $1.55.
CA'i'iLE The run nf k.oiJ t'u'i''ll''''.
as of no consequence whatever and there
was practically no quotable chungea In the
prlcea today from those of yesterday The
rece pta of cattle for the week were 23 852
,,, i,lc .maiiest run for anv
week since the first wek in fleptembe?, 2nd
the run for the week Is also smaller than
that for the same week one year ago by
about 6.5.0 head. The general quality of
the offering this week has not been very
good, a great deal of the stuff being oh
the inferior order of stock. The receipts
l?hile Ji,1'"." Bma11 ihU wtek ai,l " ' Prob
able that now that the range season la
practically over there will not be very
much change from this wek In tlie size
of the run for some time, probably not
untl about th. holidays, when thi fat
vo.wv, voiiiniQiiL-e VOII11I1K in.
There has not been much ehni.
stock In this week, the mnn 11
being on the warmed up and short fed
order, and the fore part of the week n,
was not much good stuff on the market
with the result that there was a ii,
Monday and Tuesday, but later the smnll
run. coupled with the Improvement (
quality, caused the murket to firm up so
that the week closed with beef steers
practically steady with last week's prices
l ows aim neirera also experienced oulte
a slump on Monday and Tuesday owing
to the oversupply and inferior quality of
the stuff received, but there was a siight
Improvement noticeable on Wednesday, the
quality of the stock arriving was 01 a bet-
r oroer ana mere was an Increased fl
niand from both packers and outside buy
ers, so that the week on cows and heifers
closed steady with last week.
The trade on feeders and mockers oDem-,1
with a slow market and lower prices, but
the quality Improved and tlie demand be
came good for light, handy feeders, with
the reault that the week's trade on feeders
closed with an advance of Uk;uo on good
H0G8 The receipts of hogs this morn
ing were moderately large and all the
trains were In In good season, so that
the market was In shape to begin work
at a reasonably early hour. Tlie trading
opened very active and It was really the
r. atuie or tne aay s trading, as the most
of the stock was cleaned up and di.fiosed
of within a few minutes of the time the
market opened fur trading. While tlie
trade waa active, the market was steady
to strong In tone In most cases. As
compared with yesterday there was no ma
terial change In the prices and the trade
generally averages up pretty well with the
previous day. The top of the market
today was $4.72H. which is 7Vic lower than
those, of yesterday, but the average stuff
went st prices that were ateady with yes
terday'a salea. The hulk of tile salea
today were at $4 66'!j4.70. which la Just
ahout the aame as for yeaterday.
There waa a moderate run of hogs dur
ing the week and it was slightly heavier
than that of last week, but Is a little
smaller than the run for tha same week
one year ago. The trend of prices haa
been lower from day to day and the mar
ket at the other principal market points
haa been more or Ivks uneven and unsat
isfactory. The decline for the week is
Feeders have "TtPen In about the sama
shape as the fat stuff, the most of the re
ceipts being warm d-up stuff, and when it
arrived It was generally In pretty poor
condition and did not excite much com
petition. As the result of this condition of
affairs feeders at the close of th week
show a decline of about 25c.
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Oond
to choice fed lambs, $6.757.25; good tc
choice range lambs, $6.25'ri7 00; feood to
choice yearling wethers $5.256.65: good to
choice old oethers, $o.0o$6.6o; good to choice
old ewes, $l.lK"i5.(.i.
Quotations on feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feeding. $5.25(u6.7B; good feeding year
lings, $4.75f(i5 26; good feeding wetners. H.75
i6.O0; good feeding ewes, $3.403'3.76; breed
ing ewes, $4.25i4.M).
CHICAGO LI VIS STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Iioxa Steady to Strontr
Sheep and Laiuba Slow.
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. CATTLE Receipts,
600 head; market steady; beeves, $3.1iVB6.45;
cows, $1.25((j4.40; heifers, $2.25'tj.-i.!6; calves,
$5.0ikJ7.50; good to prime steers, $5.8Xu..ri5:
poor to medium, $3.1b5.2o; stockera and
HOGS Receipts, 18.000 head: estimated
receipts Monday, 40,000 head; market steady
to strong; mixed and butchers. $4.55'(j.00;
good heavy, $4.6.Vfj5.00; rough heavy, 44 4"0
4.55; light. $4.4uti4.90; pigs, $4. 254,4. 06; bulk
of sales, $4.7f'(i4.W.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000
head; market slow; sheep, $;t.4iV(io.o0; year
lings, $5.25ft.0O; lambs, 16.75(37.40.
St. I.oals Live Stock Market.
ST. I)UIS, Nov. 18. CATTLE Receipts,
200 head; no Texans; market strong. Na
tive shipping and exports steers, $4.75'&6.80;
dressed beef and butcher steers, 42 6.Van.0O;
steers under l.OOO Ins., $2.6V(i3.60; stockers
and feeders, $2.104i'3.46; cows and heifers.
$2.00iS.45; canners, $1.76'ii2.0O; bulls, $2.0oi?
3.30; calves, zn'fj4.so; Texas nnu Indian
steers, $2.35(3.75; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts. 2.500 head: market
steady. Pigs and lights, $4.5o4.H5; packers,
$4.54i4$'; Lutchers and best heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, S00 head;
market steady. Native muttons, $4 5of'5.40;
lambs, $5.2Mr7.45; culls and bucks, H.fiou.yu;
Blockers, $3.0ttr3.o0: Texans. $2. 75 4. 75.
rATro siMMi. on. timber, smfltfr.
tl I.Dt ! HI 41. klO!K making ..,all,!
AHCK INTF.RF.AT aad PROFIT, llated vm
Iiilll4d, our apoclnlty. Booklets giving full ln
lorination .Killed tVe. o. .nplls4on.
noCfli.AS I.ACka A CO.,
Bankers tirok.ra,'" 'w'wat.N.wYork
W. Farnam Smith & Go.
Union Stock Yards, 101. Subject to sale.
1320 Farnam St.
HOW TO SPKCl'LATH
In Wall Street with absolute safety, an
without risk or loas of capital Invested.
SICKLES & CO., 6ti Broadway, New York.
The Imports during the week were: New
South Wales. 14.400 bales; Queensland, 4.0M
bales; Victoria, 7,lu5 bales; tSouth Austra
lia, 4,096 bales ; New Zealand, 6,240 bales;
Cape of Good Hope anil Natal, 2,uh6 bales;
New York. M bales; various, S37 bales.
BT. 1AJUI8, Mo., Nov. 18. WOOL Weak ;
medium grades, combing and clothing, 2t
tfi30c; light line, 2Kij'26c; heavy fine, lllc;
tub washed, iUiitlVkC,
Kansas City I.lve Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 18 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000 heud. Including 3vo southerns;
market steady. Choice export and dressed
beef, steers, $5.Gi(i5.fc3; fair to good, $3.5oii
4.90; western e'tecrs, $2.6"i'h4.3; blockers und
feeders, $2.444 15; southern steers. $2.4'ij'
40"; southern cows, $1.75(j3.on: natlvo cows.
i"ix'(i3 9o; native hellers, $2.50'V4 4.76; bulls,
$2.(ki3 .25; calves. 83.2iVti4i.00. Receipts for
the week. 67.81I h.ad,
HOGS Receipts. S.OoO head
NEW YORK. Nov. 18.-COTTON-8pot
closed quiet, middling uplands, 11.15c; mid
dling gulf, 11.4oc. Bales, none. .
LIVERPOOL. Nov. IS. COTTON Boot
quiet; prices 11 points lower; American
middling, fair, 6.3od; good middling, 6SM;
middling, 6.S2d; low middling, 6 66d; good
ordinary, 6.4d; ordinary, 5.32d. The sales
of tlie day were 6,000 bales, of which 600
were for speculation, and exports Included
6,500 American. Receipts, 24,000 bales, tu
cludliiK K1.K1O American.
ST. 1AL1S. Nov. 18 COTTON Quiet;
middling, 11V'. Sales, none; receipts, 1,011
bales; slil)inents, 11 bales; stock, 1&504
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. IS. COTTON
IjuII. Sales, fo hales. Ordinary, 8'-jo; good
ordinary, 11-Hic; middling. 11 3-16c; good
middliuK. a ll-liic; fiiuldllug, fair, ll',u. Ha
celpta, 13.1H6 bales; stock, 213,733 bales.
Merchandise and Specie.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. Total Imports of
merchandise and drv irooda at the nort of
market 2Vf"ic ! New York for the week ending today were
Ton 4 S5- bulk of sales. J4 75fi I SO: valued ot $13.46i.2.',8. Total Imports of spe-
$4.75.U4. 5; packers, $4.75ii4.S'.'V; pigs 1 lie ul the port of New York for the week
Rnd lights. $4 4'"U4.77H. Receipts for the
week. 6I.S11O head.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market nominally st-ady. Native lambs,
$5.2r.!'y'7.?o; western lambs, t5.2.Vfr7.f0; ewes
and yeurlinus. $4 25fc5.60; western clipped
vesrllriirs, $5.oiJij6.60; western clipped sheep,
Sioux lly i.lve Stork Market.
BIOUX CITY. la.. Nov. 18. -(Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, Ron head; mar
ket steady; beeves $4 i 'i" ft'; cows, bulls
and mixed, $2 (i'.' ;!'; stockers and feeders,
f 2. 75(fi 3 6." ; calv-H and vearllns, $:' 5n'':i 3i.
HOG. -4 Receipts, S.tiXl head; maiket Vii'if
lower, selling at $4.5"1j4 7u; hulk of miles,
ending today were $r,9,246 silver and $31,614
gold. Iutai exports or specie rrom the port
of New York lor the week ending today
were $619,21m silver and $100 gold.
Liverpool iraln Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 18. WH KAT-Spot.
Arm; No. 2 red, western winter, 6s 7Vad,
futures steady; T'ecember, 7s Hd; March,
7s Sd: May. 6s ll'd.
CORN Kpot, ready; American mixed, 6s
lHd; futures yulel; January, 4s 6d;
March, 4s 4.d.
St. .losepli I.lve Stock
FT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov.
Receipts. K4 head; market
tlves. i'l sMfi.Mi: cows and
4.6'i: stockers and f'-eders, $
steadv. Na- :
helf.-r, 41.5I-U. I
75'iiT 77. I
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAlKEE. Nov. IS. WH EAT Dull:
No. 1 northern, S74jWc; No. 2 northern, Wi
Wc; May. CTVifNc asked.
RYK I ull; No. 1, 7iV(4'Mc
BARLEY' Steady ; No. 2, 05c; sample, 3biji
CORN-Steudy; May. 44l;c bid.
HOGS Receipts, 5.713 l ead; maik't Urong
to 15c blither. I.iult. $l.v l.sO; medium and
heavy $4 7' 4(1 "j; bulk (if sab s. $4.7"u4 so.
ISHKKP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
Stock la Slwtit.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
No A. ah. Pr No At. ah. Pr.
19 at ... 4 Hi ?o "5 u 4 47 "4
11 2l ... 4 40 tt t5 MC 4 a7i
. ul ... 4 40 12 lit, au 4
71 lit ... Ill ta Wt tv 447
4a Il 4 4 46 7 2bt 14 4
V- !M ... 4U 4a 171 40 4 47
14 t ... 4 a 4'. :2 40 4 41
if. 26. lit 14 7t ill tfl ISi
ZS 3ia ISO 4 ts V! 177 lu t 47
4" : ... 4 44 44 15 14 4 47
11 ait i;o 4 i r :! ao 4471,
44 it 0 4 46 44 S7 I4M 4 17'
t7 65 t14 I to 44 t 1!U 4 4i'
16 l i as t: a: n . 4 7u
7 lkt loi 4 ta 17 Ill . . 4 I'l
41 ft R lli 71 ill 41 4 10
4.' J..5 lit I k U :) VM 4 74
47 !4 l 4 4S H '3 "1 4 7
47 tat 124 4 47 ' 17 ltt M4 4 74
7 :7I 40 4 II 'a 4u i;-4 I" 4 74
western markets yesterdnv:
Cattle H"irs Sheep.
South Omaha 7 4 9
Pioux Cltv R'A 8.Ki
Kansas City l,ti l.rtai ....
St. .losenh !4 R.TU
Ht. Iuis 20o 2 vi :in'
Chicago 5ml 13. 'K) 2(fi
Totals 2.36 31.1.13 2.X'5 ,
Oils and Itoaln.
NEW Y'ORK Nov. m. ( i ICottons- e.1.
steady: prime rriul ... nominal: prime yel
low. ?7'r.'Xc. I'ltroleiMM. ipiiet; tv.p..,l.
New York. 7 6'i; Phil-ulelphl-i . and Ralii
more, $7 r,fi ; IO 'nd"lii' la d Bililmore. In
bulk 14 65 Turpentine. (K4ftHs.
ItrrglN -Wenk : strained. common 10
good. $4 eo aakr-d.
OIL CITY. Pa . Nov. Ofl-Credlt bal
ances 11 58 shlpiT'ents. " ' 77 bbls.; aver
age f.l bbls ; runs V?S71 bbls nver i.e.
ta 78 i bbls shipments. Lima. W.ajt bbls ;
average. fl.W.1 (.Lis : runs. Um.i. 51.271
bhls ; avi'i inc. 43 3 to bbls.
IaONION. Nov. 1 -WOOI-Th arrivals
of wool for the sixth series of auction
sale, amount to 10430 bales. Including
22.600 bales forwarded diisct to aptnnera.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 18-BI'TTBR
Steady; extra western creamery. 24c.
tt ! :S Firm : western fresh, 3ic.
C H K Ksi E Firm ; New York full cream
HEAL KSTATU TKASSFKHS.
The following real estate tiansfera wers
filed for lecord Niiveinoi-r 11;
J. B. Kennedy el al. to E. J. Malnne.
lot 9. block x, Mutihews' BulMlivl.lun
und other properly $ 7K)
W. B. Waddell and wife to O. F.
Davis Co.. wS.'l feet lot . block 3.
Haundeis & II. addition to Walnut
Nevada 1. Dech to same, lot 25, block
1. Monmoiitli Park '')
I.yniun Hicl.urdsou und wile lo R. II
lfmsted. lot 41, IiImi k 6. Jerome
Elisabeth C. Graham mid husbund to
Eva Harris, 40 f.et lut 4, block 6,
Puiker's addition 7'n
Same to Henry Single, lot 2, block 6.
Ellen P.iliner arid husband lo J. C.
PltHner, lot 8, hick 2. Accndale
G. A. Josin ami wile to K. 51. Well
man. sS lot s and nl fool lot 7,
block 5. ljike s fddi'lori l,4'l
tilierirr to W. 11. btiuis. lot 7. block t.
lx niMi s addtiiun Loin
Totavl amount o U"aMisff.w.......?a6I.
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