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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1005.,
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I.HA1N AND PRODUCE MARKET
Vvheat Closes Lower After Wide
of Price.
Etogs,
DECEMBER LIQUIDATION CONTINUES
4 orn la Strati- aad 4at llevelop Met.
Tendency Hrporti of lis iu
aare ny I'rnM In Arirn
tlna Foreign Markets.
OMAHA. Nov.
Liquidation continued today. The mar
ket opened strong and Bold up 40. above
yesterday. Then It weakened and selling
un stop lows orders broke the market mor
than 1 There whs a final rally of about
sc. Iiecember closed at K'ifir, May t
i-'4fi,c and July at 82Vm2'4c. Little
i' of lmK)rt was received.'
orn was steady. Iiecember closed
neiow yesterday, and other month
unrniiiKm. uwnnhcr closed at
Kin uciomoor at 4o:-,e, May
Juiv at 43rj.c.
I he tenuencv In oats ai a little higher.
December losed at fc'V. May at 32c and
juiv at 30c.
An Argentina cable today nays the crop
rMlmatea there pre being cut dov,-r. on
wheat, owing to damage by recent frost
Liverpool closed N'oNd lower on wheal
n nd unchanged on corn..
Advlcea were received at TJverpool of
islns In Nw Booth Wales, but they are
so late Jt la doubtful if they will bo or
i.ny particular beneilt. A cable from Cnwn
pore, India, s'ates ihit no rains hae fallen
nnd prices have risen In seventeen dn
u lets.
He
were
43'4'b:4to.
43,c and
futures, efeadv: rerember, 6 ?H6d : March.
6 ll'd; May. 6 i.id.
f'OUN Ppot, ouie, American mined. 6
Id: futures, steady; Januarv, 4s 4d;
March, 4s Sd.
OIICAUO (,HAI AMI FRnYIMOX".
clearance were lort.nno bushels of corn,
.1o4,mi bushela of oats, 267. COO bushel of
wheat and 25,000 barrels of flour. Primary
wncai receipt were 1.4M.0OO bushels and
Kiiipineiits 6M.11OO bushels, against receipts
iat year of 1.04k.nhrj bttshel and shipments
of 4Hi,(ii busnela. Triniary corn receipt
cie -.un.ooo bushels and shipments 3S5.ooi)
bushels, against receipts lajt year of M)4,0U0
m.Miieiw and shipments of 324.0UO bushels.
Small receipt or wheat at Minneapolis
.tuned bucr lo advance yesterday on No.
1 northern to 2Vio over, other grades still
unchanged. Buyers are not very anxious
for supplies. They nre looking for good
i-celpts when Duluth rloses.
A bul Ion corn says we Hie getting In a
very small amount of contract corn, and If
we. should have any bad weather there
would be little or no contract corn during
ine early part of December.
From the Inter Ocean: "Liquidation has
Iwen eo heavy In the past four days that
the trade is beginning to think the end
Is near, or It will le over In a day or two.
Wheat has declined SVuTHc from the top.
May corn Is off 4c and oats lc. Prloeg are
getting down to where the recent bull
movement started. Weak holders have been
forced out. A great many of the longs
have lost their profits by being too confident
and letting the market slip away from
them. Very few of the bear have made
any money, being afraid the hulls would
put up the price If they sold It on breaks."
Omaha Cash Wales,
WHEAT No. 8 spring. 1 car. 77c; No. 3
hard, 1 car, 2T.c; 2 cars, 76c; No. 4 hard
L c!rs, 71c; 2 cars, 70c.
It YE No. 2. 1 car. 65c; 1 car, 64Vi
Omaha Cash 1'rloes. '
WHKAT No. 2 hard. 77ru78ifrc; No. 3
hard. 73in764ic; No. 4 hard, 67'u72c; No. 2
(print. 7ic; No. 3 spring, 74'Jj77c.
CORN No. 3. 39c; No. 4. 3i'u38c; no
Linile, 3f37c; No. 3 yellow, 3SK-; No. 3
white. 3!'c. All quotations are on new corn
OATS No. 3 mixed, 27VM'27c; No. 4
mixed, :6'yi2KH4r; n0. 3 while, 28H't2Mc
No. 4 while, ZiV'Sc
Feat a re of the Trading aad Closing
Prices oa Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, Nov 2!. Extreme nervous
ness, due to conflicting reports, character
ised the wheat market todav, prices flue,
tuatlng over a wide range. The market
closed easy with the May option off Vo.
lorn, oats and provisions were practically
unchanged.
The wheat market opened easier, with
the May delivery a shade to 'fjV.e lower
at 86,o to WHc. The Initial decline was
due to further liquidation In Iiecember
and to the selling of May bv commission
nouses. Clear weather and a liberal
movement In the northwest also encour
aged the bears. Another weakening factor
was a decline In the price of wheat at
Liverpool, ttearlsh news from Argentina
regarding the crop conditions there I said
to have been the chief reason for the
weakness of the English market. A pri
vate cablegram stated that harvesting In
the northern part of the South American
republic had alreadv begun and that the
prospects are for a heavy yield of wheat.
Before the etid of the first half hour the
market had become firmer and the price
of the May option idvanced to ;V.
Covering by shorts caused the upward
movement. Report of drouth In India
also assisted the rise. Another Influence
for higher i-rlces was a revised estimate
of the total wheat cn.p of Argentenla. Ac
cording to the latest statistics, the yield
has been greatlv reduced because of dam
aging frost. The surplua for export, it Is
claimed, is I12.onn.0un bushels, against 120.-
Ont.imo bushels, tho previous estimate. To
wards noon prices broke sharply as a re
sult of selling. Induced by a 50 per pent
gain In primary receints. There were also
ndlcations of free selling bv a leading
bull. In May the lowest point of the day
was reached at 86H.C. Around the low point
there was a good demand from commission
nouses and short. In consequence pari
of the decline was regained, but the mar
ket closed easy with Mav at 86W'&S1o.
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 379.600 bushels. Primary receipts were
1.4O9,00 bushels, against 1.O49.0U0 bushels a
year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chlcaco
reported receipt of 1.058 cars, against )
cars last week and St'"9 cars a year ago.
Early In the dav the corn market was
steadv on good demand from conimlsalon
houses. Report of light acceptances In
the cnuntrv also aided In holding the mar
ket firm. fter the break In wheat started
active nelling and prices slumped con
siderably. A prominent long was the
principal seller. Subsequently practically
the entire loss was regained on coverings
by shorts. The market closed steady. My
opened unchanged to So higher at 43, -H
437,o to 43Tfi44o, sold off to 43V Rnrt elosed
at 43c. Local receipts were 274 cars with
two car of contract grade.
Oat were firm earlv, but eased off. In
Sympathy with the decline In other grains.
Liberal purchase of May by a leading
trader were a feature of the market. A
steady tone was created at the close by
liberal buying to cover short accounts.
May opened a shade lower to a shade
higher at 32fi32-,o. sold between Sl'frc and
32',o, closing at 32c. Local receipts were
102 cars.
Provision sold steady, notwithstanding
the break in wheat. Higher prices for
live hogs were largely responsible for the
comparative firmness. Trading was chiefly
in lard, short and commission house
Ixdng purchaser. At the close May pork
was unchanged at 12.77Vi; lard unchanged
at JV7Vi'67.00; rib were up 2Hc. at $u..2Vi
GO 76.
Kstlmuted receipts ror tomorrow: nnmi.
63 cars; corn. 2?7 cars; oats, 166 cars;
hiies, 32,000 head.
The leading future ranged a follows:
K YK No. 2. 64c
larlot
Chicago
Kansas City
Minneapolis
Omaha
luluth
.St. lxiuls
No. 3. 62c.
Herclpt.
Wheat.
74
95
617
, 33
367
, 67
Corn. Oats.
274
127
40
lo2
10
40
KW 1 ORK GUMERAI. MARKET
Unotatloaa
Varlons
of the Day on
Com modKle.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. FLOUR-Receipt.
S.,iHi) bbU.s exports, 21.743 bu. ; market
barely stftady and quiet; Minnesota patent
V4.6Mi5.00; winter patent. 4.204j4.66; winter
straights, S3.ii6t-4.10; winter extra, 12. 86
ii3.26; winter, low grade, $38044.2fi. Rye
flour, steady; fair to good,
choice to fancy, S4.lflflj4.60. Buckwheat
and 'to arrive.
63Vfcc, delivered New
Article. I Open. High.) Low. CIom.I Te'y.
flour, steadv. ilJVrti.i, spot
rt 1 th tsrfnsA i n a 1 1 ;
York.
CORNMKAL Steady: fine, white and
yellow, coarse. Jl.ltt'd 1.18; kiln-dried
J3.H--(i3.15.
RYE Nominal: No. t western. 76c, c L
f. New York.
RAKLEY Dull; feeding, V. . 1. f.
Buffalo; malting, ftiVftftlUc, c. i. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. K2oO bu. ; export
9S.k73 bu. Hpot steady; No. t red, Wc
elevator;. No. 2 red. 91NC f. o. b. afloat
No. 1 northern Duluth, fmSc f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 hard Manitoba. PlSu f. o. b. afloat.
After an easy opening, due to big north
west receiDl. wheat turned strong on ad
verse India and Australia crop news and
covering, but resumed it decline at mid
day. Through the afternoon weakness pre
vailed, owing to big primary receipt and
liquidation, but price rallied on covering
at the close and were finally Mc higher to
'jc lower. May, Dovgwe, clo"d at aoc
December. SOiiSl I-I60. closed at 90c.
CORN Receipts, 66.670 bu.; exports, 80.246
bu. 8mit market steadv: No. 2. 6740 cle
vator and 5t4c. f. o. b. afloat: No. 2 yellow
WV: No. 2 while, 66c. Option market wa
talrly active with a steady opening followed
by heaviness under extensive western li
quidation and large receipt and a late
rally with wheat, closing lc lower to c
higher. January cloned at 624c; May,
4V4i closed at 4Sec; December, b4(f
64V. closed at 64c.
OATS Receipt. 139.700 bu. : export. 760
bu. Spot market steady; mixed oats. 26 to
32 lbs.. S5c; natural white, 30 to 32 lb.,
3'Vj371c, clipped white, 36 to 40 lb.,
3MT4oe.
HAY Steady ; shipping, 60i2a6c; good to
choice. W",iK2o
HOPS Steadv; tate, common to choice,
l!". 144j?2c; 1904, 134l'17c; olds. FiSc Pa
cific coast, 1906, low lie; 1904, la Uc; olds,
&ilsc.
HIDES Steady; Galveston, 20 to 26 lb.,
20c; California, 21 to 2& lb., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to 80 lbs., 19c.
LEATHER-EIrm: acid. 227c.
PROVISIONS Reef steady; family, S1160
4J12.50; mess. Si) 6tKft 10.50; beef hams, S21.0n
22.60; packet. SIO.'O U W; city, extra India
ioes., -dT.6otil8.50. Cut meats steady; pickled
bellies, 38.0 10 60; pickled shoulders, S6.50
7.00; pickled hams. J9 "Za'i 75. Ird, steady;
western steamed. J7.3o'a7.oO; reflned.
quiet; continent. 87 80; South America, S8 30;
compound, S6.Fvi6.?5. Pork, steady; fam
ily. Sis .60; short clear, $H 50'-16.60; mess,
i'.a ftval5 50
TALLOW Steady; lty (S3 per pkg).
4c; country (pkgs. freel. 4(iec.
RICE Juiet; domestic, fair to extra, 3V,
flic; Japan, nominal
Ht'TI ER-Steady ; street price, extra
neamery. I4d24So. Ofnclal prices: Cream
cry, common to extra, 16u24c; state dairy,
common to extra. Irti23c; renovated, com
mon to extra. 15'u'.iic: western factory,
common to firsts. l.VylTHe; western imita
tion creamery, extra, lSVtfl9--; western
firsts lValdc.
CHEESE Irregular:' state, full creams,
small and large colored and white. Sep
tember, fancy. 13c; state, fair to good, L'c.
EiMS Finn; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby selected, 340c; lUU, choice,
37c; state, mixed, extra, S5c; western, finest,
',:: eiate. firsts. SO'j.llc; southurns, JlfaSOc.
POULTRY Dremd. steady to firm;
western chickens. HilSc; turkeys. UiAtc;
fowls, olSc.
St. Loal Ueaeral Market.
ST. LOriS. Nov. 22 WHEAT Steady;
No 2 red. caah elevator. MVaSi7c; track.
KSVjf-SoHo; DecemlHT, 17; May. USS'fJa&V;
No. 2 hard, s;.iin.c
CORN Futures firm; can lower: No. t
cash, nominal; track. 4:t,c; new. 4s,c; old
Deeenilier. 41Si41Se; May. 417e.
OAT8-8tedv: No. 2 caah. 'V; track.
JlSc: Deiemler, SOc; May, SlSc; No. 2
white. 3-'c.
FI11'R Steady; red winter patents,
S4 3"r04 5o: extra fancy and straight, U-it
4.26; clear, S2 9tV.i3.lo.
SFFD Timoiliv. steadv at 2.Wfl2.
CORNMEAL Steady; 82 0.
BRAN Firm: sacked east track. 73i"'4o
HAY' Timothy lower, prairie steady.
Tl'vothy. (W;13.5i: prairie. S-5od9 00.
IRON COT'lXN TIES 81-00.
HEMP TWINE 9c.
BA(JJINQ-Tc.
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; Jobbing.
11175. Lard, linn: prime steam, 3 6.
Dry aalt meat, steady; boxed, extra
short. 37.75; clear ribs. i.00; abort clear,
to 26 Bacon, steadv; boxed, extra short,
88 f- clear ribs, 8 75; short clears. S9.
POI'LTRY Quiet; chickens. 7Wc: spring,
ioLuc; turkeys. 12V; duck. 10c; geeae,
Bl'TTER-Steady ; creamery, 3uJ2Bc;
dairy. Idti-'lc.
EJ1S Steady, 24c case count
nncifiB. Dlllt'llirillB
Wheat
rec.
May
July
Corn
tDec.
JDee.
May
July
Oats
Dec. May
July
Pork
Jan. May
Lard
No v.
Dec.
Jan.
May
S. Rib I
Jan. I
Mdy 1
I
If
3
83
44HI
82 S!P,m! S31.
M,Mi,iifti,l SfiS'tf
82 82VM'Ui 2-
44'4! .4BH1 45',
44U 43-441 44 44V,tI
43S; 43,43VqT
44 V,,!',
I43-T41I 44 4S"''rf'44
I I'iV I i'ti.
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.D1 '.Wfl i.W-Jl'(I "at
43,i
43S!
43.
'il
32(r82li' S2'
30al30'if'4
3V
SOS
12 72H tC T2Vfc 12 67Hi
12 82ii i 82
7 02H
6 90 I
6 87V.
7 00
6 524I
C 76 I
7 02V.
8 90
6 87V,!
7 00
t K2Va
76 I
7 00
6 87V4
6 86
6 97Vi
fid j
6 72V4
S2i4;S2iS32'ji
304J
12 70 '
12 77V4
7 00
6 90
6 85
7 00
I
52V,
6 6
3(X
12 67V,
12 77',,
7 00
6 W)
6 85
7 00
62V1
6 72V,
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS f
Market it Trregnltr, bat ActiTt tt EtTtrtl
New Points.
PROFIT TAKING PROCESS CONTINUES
Conditions Suggest a Shifting; of
Speculative Venture a
Prodigious Scale to Other
vcarltle.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22 There Was even
more irregularity In the market today tnan
yesieruay wnen the reallting of speculative
profits nrst Ik nan 10 snow a pronounced
itiect. inis piocess of profit taking was
continued on an cjiormoux scale tooay. The
speculation, however, wa very animated
ana embraced a largo number ot differ
ent Issue, 'i he volume of dealings rose to
tue largest aggregate of any day on the
movement.
The action of th market suggested a
shitting 01 aneculative ventures on a tro-
digious scale troin on set of securities
to another. Selling out at some points wa
accompanied by wnolesale buying at
others. Whether th two operation came
lrom the same sources, or source acting In
concert, however, was not clear. There
were some indications to suggest that one
powerful speculative party wa selling out
while anotuer was making fresh commit
ment in the market. Tne profit taking
wa conspicuous In some 01 the stocks
which haa been the most efiectlve leaders
for some time past and whose movements
were ot proportionate Influence on specula
tive sentiment. Reading and American
Smelting ware the notable example In
this class. The demonstration of tue fact
mat there was a limit to the possible ex
tent ot th rise In these stocks seemed
to cause a candidly expressed surprise
amongst a certain portion of the specula
tive element and to dash the speculative
spirit accordingly. In the latter part of
tne day the Inhuence of the realizing in
these stock rather dominated the market.
There was a notably frank dlxoositiun In
the usual utterances supposed to represent
the speculative views ot Influential leaders
that a snarp reaction In the market was
to be looked for, after the violent ad
vance, but that it was believed tiiat this
consummation would be deferred for some
lime. This was accepted in some quar
ters as an indication that very considerable
leallxatlon of speculation accounts have
been already achieved and that a back
turn In the price movement would not be
regarded with apprehension in uch quar
ters. Hut the furious trading at new points
In the list revived the spirit of speculation
In other quarters. Brooklyn Transit wus
the center of internal and the market
melhtnis emploed in the day's operation
In that stock auggesied the resumption
of a veteran speculative leadership. The
heaviest buying In that and In other stock
which moved upward most rapidly was at
tributed largely to houses having im
portant Philadelphia connections, while it
was tne common supposition tnai targe
realizing sales were made for account of
various Western centers. There was little
actual news to account for the various
movement In the market and the current
discussion had more to do with the ru
mored formation of new pools and com
binations to operate certain stocks. Mis
souri Pacific waa notably affected by such
rumors. Amalgamated Copper became
very active with the announcement of an
advance In the price of crude copper. On
the other hand, copper In London wa re
actionary, as also was silver, and this
seemed to have larger influence on me
movement In Smelting, it was not until
late In the day that a movement in trie.
Atchison and Cnlon Pacific suggested any
general attention lo the railroad list.
The money market continuea iranqun
and reflected no preparations for tomor
row's offering of 312.5nO.OuO of rsew vora
city bonds nor any effect from the firmer
tone or loreign exenange. me rire 111 un
ton was assigned as the cause for firmer
exchange rates. The market made ome
recovery from the active selling movement
of tho last hour, but the closing waa Ir
regular.
Bonds were steady. Totul sales, par
value, 85,330, OOO. CnMed State bunds were
all unchanged on call. '
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change ranged as follows:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
todav were $l.!n4!0S and for the
spondlng date last year tl.lS9.t7t 71.
lew Tark Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. MON E Y On call,
steady at 4ij per cent; closing bid. 4 per
cent; offered t t per cent. Time money
steady; sixty days, 6 per cer.l; ninety days,
6mi1 per cent; fit months, 6l1j6' per
cent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-6y5
per cent.
STERLING EXCH ANUE Firm, closed
essler, with actual business In bankers'
bills at 84 afcM 4. 30 for demand and St
84 S'JVlVp ri for sixty-day bills; posted
rates, S4 83H'i4 84 and 34 8794.R7H; commer
cial bills. 84.824.
SILVER Par. H4Se; Mexican dollar.
49Hc
BONDS Government And railroad
teady.
Closing quotation on bonds wer as
low:
io-4, jPn 1 Mrtn
..lfj ao 4S. rtf
..I' 1 r. !d M-rln
. 1"4 b N tint. 4
. 1 t V4 Wanhlttin c 4a ...
.. wt -Titrl 4a
..!- 1st Inr
. U.'V M'nn at L 4,....
. . 7" M K T 4
..lim do II ...
..i;s S. H. n. of X t. 4k.
.. (W N. T r. ISi
N. J. V. I im
. .1(2H No. P. fl- 4l
.. Jo la
. .li X. W. c 4,
..Ill O S U rfdl 4l
.. M Tnn ronv. 2H
. . ; Reading gan. 4a
.. Ti'i it. L. I. M. r la .
. .I07 St. t. . r f. 4a.
r.
aw 4a. ra.
V. 8. raf la.
do roupon
1- 8. r
do coupon .
f g. aid 4s.
dn eoapon
V. 8
do eoupon
Am Tobacco 4a. . . .
do la
Atrhlion n. 4a..
do adj 4a
Atlantic r. L 4a..
Dal. Ohio 4a ...
do 3S1
Brk ft. T. r. 4 .,
rrntral of Oa. la.
do 1st Inc
do td Inc
do Id Inr
fhaa. a Ohio 4Ha
rhlrao a A. 14a
r., B. a Q. n. 4a
C , R. I. P. 4a
do col. la
Cash ouotatlons were as follows:
FLOUR Easier and about 6c lower;
winter patents. S3 .664-4.20; straights. 3.75
4.10; spring patents, S3.8rva4.10; straights,
1.1 axfjfl.85: bakers. SJ.2ou3.20.
WHEAT No. 3 spring, 86c; No. 3, 80fi85c;
No. 2 red, t3H4i84c.
CORN-No. 2, 4-; No. 2 yellow. 60c.
OATS No. t. 2S4-: No. 2 white, 32V32Vic
No. 8 white, 2h4i31Vc-
RYE No. 2. 66e.
BARLEY IiikhI feeding. 87c; fair to
choice malting. 4648c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. 93c; No. 1 northwest
ern. :c. Clover, contract grade. tl3.nti4i13.3S.
PROVISIONS Mesa ptfK. per bbl., 813.46
4513.60. Iird. ier ion lbs.. 37.fOW7.021,. Short
rli.s aides tloose). S7.0O'a7.12V,; short clea
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of flour ana grain:
Receipts.
Flour, bbls 44.400
Wheat, bu 262,000
Corn, bu 376, 8"0
Oats, bu 002,300
Rye. bu 2.w
Barley, bu 237,300
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, li(Q,23c;
dairies. 174kOc. Eggs, firm; at mark
case included, iwqm; nrats, 2c; prime
firsts, 28c; extra, 3oc. Cheese, firm; 12V4i
13C.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
iStmerlor quotations for Minneapolis de
ll vervl. The range of prices, as reported
by V. D. Day 4 Co., 110-111 Board of Trade
building, was:
Shipments.
33,000
Hi i. 500
148.700
696.3t i0
3,700
33,800
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Ys )
Wheat
Dec.... May...
May...
79,flHl
1 02,l
80V,
84S
97H
1 02',,',
79'al 79H1
79V
84i
97i
1 024
85H
40
101
31V,
93V,
Flour, bbl.
Wheat, bu...
Corn, bu
ifcit. bu
7 '
67.(
41 .(
40 lilt
Mverp-atol Orala Market.
I.IVFRtOU N'v I. WHEAT
llrm; Nv. 3 red rn winter. o
12 (
3H.OIO
510
M )
-eJtwd.
Sd;
Minneapolis Cash -Prices Wheat: No.
hard, M',c; No. 1 northern. 81,c; to ar
rive. 81,c; No. 2 northern. 7874c; to arrive,
78Tc; No. 3 northern. 76'a77c; No. 1 durum
72c; No. 2 durum, 70c. Corn: No. 3 yel
low, 4oc; No. 3. 44c; No. 4. 3Mj3Hi,e
Oats: iso. a wnne. J',c; iso. 8, i&vy.Tc.
Barley, 3U4i47c. Rye, 60it'ililc. Flax.
97c.
Kansas t Ity Orala aad Provision.
KAN8A8 CITY, Nov. 22. WHEAT
Dull; December, 767c; May. - 7h,c; July,
747,c: caah, No. 2 bard. 79oic; No. 3, 76Vty
79c; No. 3 red. X84j90c; No. 3. 8.VaS8c.
CORN Ixiwer; December, 3,c; May,
39c; cash. No. 2 mixed, 4oac; No. 2 while.
41fi41V; No. S 44K041C.
OATS Firm; No. 2 white, 314j31V4c; No.
I mixed, 3V,c.
HAY Steady: choice timothy, Sliai'S
11. 6u: choice prairie, S9.otaTit.gu.
RYE Steady; 6-iti6t',c.
EO'lS Steady; Mixsourl and Kansas
new No. 2, white wood cases Included.
24V,c; case count, 22V'; cases returned,
Vc less.
Bl'TTER Steady ; creamery, 22c; pack
ing, 19c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 6 0"O lao.OO
Corn, bu 12,l0 Tn.mO
Oat, bu 9,0il 12,wi0
The following range of price at Kansas
Citv was reported by F. D. Day ft Co., U0
111 Board of Trade building'.
Artlcles.l Close. High.! Iow. CIom. Yes y.
76S'
78,
741,
Wheat I I
Dec...l7o,fi! T7r,
Mav...i.i8VdV 79 1
July...! 741-! 7414;
Corn I I
IVc.l 39V S' 3
May... 391,tn 39,yv 3Su -,,
Oata I 1 I
Dec . . . ,j V l -f
May-.-.Miu1, S0HB'; 30
7!
78",
74',l
Pork-
Jan..
May..
May..
12 62
12 70
82
t to
I
12 2
1! 70
6 8:ViS6l
6 9.'ko7!
13 55
12 60
80
t to
76"i
7H-S
74V,
39 I 89',
3S 39V, V V,
I
2JV4 29S:;'i
3ov a;.
12 67
12 65
6 M0
96
13 T
12 67
I 95
CetTee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22 COFFEE The
market for futures opened steady at un
changed prices to a decline of t points In
sympathy with disappointing French cables I
The market ruled around the Initial level j
until near th close, when a little demand
from trad Interest caused a slight im
provement. The close was steady net un- 1
. t . .. a hl.h., -r . . -1 1 I
can,cu v v 1 - -r 1 . - 1 u 1 1 .m. , -m
were reported of 3I1.2&U hags, of which
atmut 2nl.) lags mere switches. Transao
tiona Included December at 6 4"tj6 4-V;
January. h : Man h. .rt soc: May. 7c;
September. 7 J-ti7.J6-. Oeiob- r. T 4c. Spot,
steady; No. 7 Rio, March, t-16c.
Adams ExnreKS.
Amal. Copper 181,000 -,
Amer. Car &. F 4,000 407,
do pfd 1,200 101
Amer. Cotton Oil 600 32V,
do pfd 100 93Va
Amer. Express ..
Amer. Hide A L. pfd 8,500 36-, 32
Amer. Ice Securitle
Amer. Uneed OH.... 1,4"0 1!'4 -18
do pfd 100 - 43 43
Amer. Ixicomot I ve. .. 62,400 71V, 69
do pfd 400 118 117
Amer. Smelting & R. 49.MiO 157V4 164'
do pfd 24, 1.I6 132V
Amer. Sugar Ref 2s)M) 144H 141s
Amer. Tob. pfd cert. 1.600 106', loV
Anaconda Mining Co. 39,100 155 143
Atchison 13.200 K6A4 (mV,
do pfd 3"0 1034 103',
Atlantic Coast Line.. 3,3u0 164V, 1627
B. & 0 7,900 113 112V
do pfd
Brooklyn R. T 23o.3'io 914 87
Can. Pacific 7,6oO 174V, 172H
Central of N. J lm 22o 228
Ches. & Ohio I".- HH 63
Chicago & Alton loO 324 324
do pfd 81IO 76' 4 76V4
Chicago Gt. Western 7,l" 214 21
C. & N. W 600 219 218
C, M. & St. P 13.'0 179 1784
Chicago T. & T 1,8110 19 18
do pfd 4.2i 4U4 40
C. C, C. & St. L.... 4i0 98a 9S
Colo. Fuel & 1 2,90 4f 45
Colo. & Southern WW 27i 26,
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd 6l 43 434
Con. Gas 6"0 180 179
Corn Products 1,700 14 13
do pfd 300 534 53
Del. & Hudson 1,100 231 230
Del., L. & W
D. & R. 0 400 35, 35
do pfd 200 88, 88
Distiller' Securitle. 2.100 47 46
Eri 72.10 60 484
do 1st pfd 8.400 81 814
do 2d pfd 8.3i0 744 731.4
General Electric 3.5a 1897, 1MV,
Hocking Valley 100 115 115
III. Central KO 178', 17i,4
Inter. Paper 1.9m) 214 21
do pfd
Inter. Pump
do pfd
Iowa Central
do pfd
K. C. Southern
do pfd
U & N
Manhattan L
Met. Securities
Met. St. Ry
Mexican Central
Minn. & St. L
M., St. P. & S. Ste. M.
do pfd
Mo. Pacific
M . K. & T
do pfd
Nat l lad
Nai l R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. Ont. & W
Norfolk a W
do pfd
No. American
Pacific Mall
Pennsylvania
People's a is
P.. C C. & St. L
pressed Steel Car
do pfd
Pullman P. C
Reading 13.4ti0
do 1st pfd 3"0
do 2d pfd 1.3i0
Republic Steel 35,'i)
do pfd 23.4O0
Rock Island Co 19.1m
do pfd l.lm
Rubber Goods
do pfd
St. L. & 8. F. 2d pfd 2.9m
St. L. 8. W 2m
do pfd 30O
80. Pacific 14.li0
do pfd (a)
So. Railway 8.vJ
do pfd loo
Tenn. Coal A 1 13.2m
Texas & Pacific 1.2 .
Tol.. St. L. A W 3m
do pfd 7m
I'rlnn Pacific 122.8 0
do pfd
I'. 8. Express
V. 8 Realty lm
U. S Rubber...' 2.6 u
do pfd hit)
V. S. Steel fr.tm
do pfd 16. im
Va. Caro. Chemical.. 3 fiO
do pfd 1.7m
Wabash 5.2m
do pfd 4,1m
Wells-Fargo Express
Westlngh. Electric... 2m
Western I'nlon sm
W. & l.ake Erie lm
Wis. Central m
do pfd im
No. Pacitie f.f.a)
Central I -eat her 2.3m
do pfd 1 V
Sloes Sheffield IS. Too
it . 1.. w
.Id', Seaboard A. U
.10 Po. P. lc 4a ..
tt ' do In 4a rtfa
fol-
'4
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in
ta
C, C. C. ast.l, f 4a. 10.1V 80 Ballwar la.
Colo. Ind. la. aer. A. 14 ,Taiaa P la
... 7VT . St. b. A W.
do aariea B
Colorado Mid. 4a.
Colo A So. 4a...
Cuba Is
r. A R. O. 4a...
Distillers' Sec. la.
lirla prior Man 4s.
do can. 4a
Hnrklnc Val. 4U,a
Japan la
offered.
... TSiCnlon Parlflo
.. . t4"4l do rohr. 4a. ...
. . JCMH V. 8. Steel Id la
...101H W'abaah la
. .. do deb. n
...Ill') Waatarn Md. 4,..
. .. 1 W. A 1.. R. 4a..
...Iio , Wis. Cantrtl 4a..
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OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steen and Best Cows 6 teady
Oibtn Weat
MARKET CPENS STEADY, CLOSES LOWER
laeladlng Holdover Fair Kanaber of
Bheep oa Sale Fat laima strong.
Other r.rade Mesay
Feeder 94eaaly.
SOt'TH OMAHA, Nor. 23. 19o.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Omclal Mondav 8.M4 8.V8 14,)3S
Official Tuesday 3.86.1 7.044 17,1S3
Official Wednesday 4.808 1.9m 11,744
Three days thi week. .14 305 17.297 44.W6
Three day last week.. . .19.804 18.169 4.i4
Same week he tor 18.177 18.167 6.iS9
Same three weeks ago..26.86S 16,527 44.783
Same four weeks ago...23 17.V8 63.944
Same day last year 30.960 30.230 29.763
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO PATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, comparing with last
year:
1905. 1904. Inc.
rattla 930,708 863.69S 77.110
r I.088.28 S.019.M1 18.695
Sheep 1,83.6S 1.637.857 226.673
The following table shows th average
prlc of hogs at South Omaha for lb laat
several days, w Ith comparisons:
Date. I 1906. 11904. 11II0S. I190-J.U901. 11900. 11899.
Ilostoa Stock anil Hond.
BOSTON. Nov. 22. Call loans. 6fr7 per
cent; time loans, Sfa"7 per cent. Official quo
tation on stock and bond were as follows:
Adventure ....
Allocs
. .. la Amalftamatad
... Amrrhan Ztnr
...10, Atlantl,
...n7 Blntham
.- I"1 il'al. A Ha. la
...IM fantannlal ...
...141 Topper Rang
... Ilv Waat ...
i" franklin
101 orannr
lala Hovala ..
. 24 Maaa Mining
. M Michigan
. 1 Mohaek
.1 Mont. C A C.
19 Old Dominion
.1M4 Osraola
. Parrot
.10.1 lUnlni'
Atihlaon adj. 4
do 4a
Max. Central 4a...
Atchison
do pfd
Boston A Albany
Poatnn A Mains
Roatnn Klatad
Fltihburg pfd
Mfiuan Central ...
N Y . N. H. A H.
Para Mantuatta .
t'nlnn Pacific
Amar. Arga. Cham.
do pfd
Amar. Pnau. Tuba..
Amar. Sugar
do pfd
Amar. T. A T
Amar. Woolan
do pfd
Dominion 1. A S...
Kdiaon Klac. Ilia.
OeDerml Elactrlc ...
Maaa. Electric
do pfd
Mass. (!aa
t'nltad fruit
United Shot Main..
do pfd
I'. 8. Btsal
do pfd
Waatlng. common .
Bid. Asked.
Shannon
144 Tajnarack
117 Trlnllr
11 Vnltsd Copper
l 't'. 8. Mining..
4t V. 8. Oil
106 ll tah
J"j Vlrtorta
II Winona
37WolTarlna
101S North Butt, ...
14 I
. 7H
. 43W
. Ii'
. I
. H
. H
474
. 2'i
. 74
. tl
. 174,
H
31
. 10
. leu,
. ss4
. as
. ,
.107H
. IXt,
.104
. 7
m
.lllVi
. WW
US
. 1
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. 4',
- V
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. 71
NOV.
Nor.
Nor.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
10..
11..
12.
IS..
14..
16.. I
16..
17..
18..
19..
30..
21..
22..
I i 84V' i 841 I I 661 I 731 4 611 4 01
I, 8l 4 83 4 99J I I 72i 4 60 4 H
f ti 4 (hi) 4 87 f Sll. 4 61 4 W
f 4 7H 4 901 4 79 I 491 I 8lf I 4 03
i. . 1, tml 4 74 61 7l 4 86
I I 4 73 6 63 6 711 4 4 14 01
4 79T,
4 73
4 71HI
4 so
4 67
678
4 01
4 01
4 03
4 69 4 03
4 74i 4 03
4 02
4 84!
4 fW 4 S0 4 781 561 6 681 4 67
4 81 , 4 861 1 f 44 t 67 4 71
4 79 I 4 971 4 80 It 74 1
4 79HI 4 7I 4 7 35
4 SI', 4 89 4 62 8 26! 72
I 4 80 4 K. H lOi 8 KX
4 64 I 1 6 61 4 74j 3 4
4 69 4 671 6 IS I 6 68; 4 67, 3 2
4 49 I I 3ii 6 7i 4 82i 3 90
4 621 4 66; 6 63
4 71! 4 461 411
4 66 4 39 31 6 621
4 63, 4 46 i 6 29i 6 63
I 4 46' 8 28, 6 7J,
4 67 4 44! 24 6 81!
4 68
4 86
4 90,
4 82
8 "4
8 7
2 86
4 791
4 76! 3 88
4 78' 3 89
4 6l I 26 5 76; 4 76. 3 86
Indicates Sunday.
RANGE OF
700
8i
l.l"l
7,7i
I'M
13.1O0
I0.61 J
2,
2X
'Jul
1, "l
17.1'rt
26 81 )
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61,4iiO
8)
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2.
. 1.7u0
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. io
. 31.10)
. 1,1 0
3iO
. 2.3"0
9ll
678,
4
67
1S3I,
164
71
116,
24',
l:t9',
165 1
1"2,
3
7'iv,
K.
37 1
15,
64',
86'a
101
491,
H '
1"2
w4
61',
94
142 V,
93
99
29
1"1 V
s
73,
23
68
7,
12
35
T.-S
l'M
3'
38
H47,
67
28 V,
66 V
152
164
70V
1144,
23S
NJ,
139
16414
lol a,
37H
7o
637,
36
U'.i
63 U
86 V,
1110
4X
87V4
4iH
loov.
31V,
12
225
35H
28 V,
1VV
40 V4
707
117
165
133 V,
H.IH
106V,
152 Vi
103 V
162
112T
97
90
173'i
2264
63H
32V
75
21V,
218
178
lsv,
40
98 4
447,
24
624
V
179
14
63
229
4 X
84
88
46
4!IH
81
74'
18K,
112
177
io
28
81 4
27
67
27i
56,
152
166
714
1154
234
mi
13x4
16l
Ml 4
SS'a
6H
51-Vi
s:
v
63S
864
92
K10V4
4t
London Closing Mocks.
IiON'DON, Nov. 22. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were as follows:
II I 14 ic. y Central
'' Norfolk A W
'l do pfd
"''Ontario A W
.104 HnnarlT,nlt
'" iRand Mlnaa
. .177-4 Raadlng
.. 4! dn 1st pfd
. " V do 2d pfd
..14 Ruuiharn Railway
I do pfd
.. 34 j8outharn Pacific .
.. fw fnlon Pacific ....
.. M do pfd
.. mlf. 8. Steal
. . 75SI do pfd
.12 , Wbh
..M do pfd
. . ISpanlsh 4s
SILVER Tlar. steady. 29 ll-16d per ounce.
MONEY 3ya3 per cent.
The rate or discount In the open market
for short bills is 4(&44 per cent; for throe
months bills, 4 per cent.
Conaola. monay ..
do account ,
Anaconda
Atchison
do pfd
Baltimore A Ohio
Canadian Pacific .
Chaa. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W...
('.. M A St. P .
Panears
Danrar A R. p...
do pfd
Erie
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Illinois Central ..
Louisville A Nash
M . K. A T
.isr,
. MS
. 5
. K.
. il
. I
. 72
. 41
.
. H it
.101
714
.13S4
.
. 3
.10
.. 214
. 4a
. n
New York Mini nig Stocks,
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 Gloalng quotations
mining siocks were aai follows:
on
Adams Con
A ll.-a
Braaue
Hrunsvlt k Con ..
Comstock Tunnel
Con. Cat. A V,..
Horn Sllrar
Iron Bllvar
Laadrllla Con....
30
, 71
10
47
IMttla Chief
Ontario
Ophir ...
I'hoanu
H Pnto.l
.141
.170
.140
Savaga
8lerra Narada
Small Hopea .
Standard
. a
.Ira
.84174
. 1
. 1
. 44
. 4
.. 10
.110
Omaha
Chicago
K annus, citv
St. Uouls ...
Sioux City ..
PRICES.
Cattle.
Sl.754,6.75
,. 1. 111,6.50
,. 1.76ii.00
2.00(96.85
2.00,6.66
Hogs.
4.8!(3'f 70
4.10H4.97V4
4.60-U4.86
4.6"u'4.i"
4.664.70
The following table shows the Drlces paid
At the river markets for cattle:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers 36.266 60
6.0U4.6.26
4.0$io.0n
4 21,4.60
8 .90.-U4 2f)
3.36'i4.60
.. 1.B0-U2 15
.. 1.76113.60
feeders. 1
UMAIIA WHOI.EAI.IC MARKET.
86
52',
plHV,
38',
hS
37
110
224
H
175
91
18
'W
694
454
1044
ST.
13!-, llo
11114
804
&
9
243
140
92
i"-4
2
1"04
2
72
374
14
61 4
224
67
6H
120
354
99
HC1H
33),
374
67'.,
P44
96'j
116
86
524
ll9
37T,
1"1H
37
1094
?.4
227
17:i
9V
1
Hi)
61
tt
1398,
93
9
99
2H
"4
22,
57
64
120
94
1034
33,
133',
M
514
1"9
377,
I'd',
36V,
10
214
v
175
K
18
29',
5:.
yi
444
1084
Condition of Trade and (luolatlon on
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EGOS Fresh receipts, candled stock. 22c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. 8'fcc; roosters,
6c; turkevs, 15c; ducks, 9'fl94c; spring
chickens, 9c; geese, fic.
Bl'TTER Packing stock, 1R4c; choice to
fancy dairy, lWilw; creamery, 21'uJ14c;
print, 214c
Sl.'OAR Standard granulated, in bbls.,
86.01 per cwt.; cubes, 85 86 per cwt.; cut
loaf, S6.30 per cwt.; No. 6 extra C. bugs
or bbls., S4.85 per cwt.; No. 10 extra C,
bag only, S4.T0 per cwt.; No. 15 yellow,
bag only. 84.65 per cwt.; XXXX powdered.
So. 75 per cwt.
FRESH FISH Trout, lodjllr; halibut. 13c;
buffalo, dressed, 9c; pickerel, dressed, tc;
white bass, dressed, 12c; sunflsh, 6c; perch,
scaled and dresaed 8c; pike, 10c: catfish,
13c; red snapper, loc; salmon, lie; crop
pies, 12c; eels. 18c; bullheads, 11c; black
bass, 2Sc: whlteflsh, 12c; frog legs, per
dog., 3fic; lobsters, green, 27c; boiled
lobsters. 80c; shad roe, 45c; bluefish, 15c;
herring, 4c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Feed
company: No. 1 upland, 37; medium, S6.50;
coarse, 36.
BRAN Per ton. 814.60.
TROPICAL FRI'IT.
ORANGES California Navels, all sixes,
33.503.75: Florida, all sixes. S3.ooi"u3.;S.
LEMONS Lemoniera, extra fancy, 240
slxe, SS; 300 and 360 sixes, 85.60.
DATES Per box of 30 1-lb. pkgs., S?I
Hallowell, in 70-lb. boxes, per lb.. 54c;
walnuts, stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs., 12 per dox.
FIOS California, per 10-lb. carton. 75
85c; imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 12c; 6
crown, 14c.
PANANA8 Per medium - sired bunch.
Si. 762.26; Jumbos. 3-5of 3.uu.
FRl'ITS.
PEARS Lawrence and Mount Vernon,
S2.60: 1'e Ango, S2.76.
APPLES Hen Pavls and Wlnesaps. In
S-bu. bids., S40; in bushel baskets. SI 26;
California Hellflowers, SI. 50; Colorado Jona
than and Grimes' Golden. 82.26; New York
apples, 34 60 per bbl.
(SHAPES Tokava. per 4-basket crate, S2;
lini.orted Malaaas. S5.5oftn.iW.
CKANHEHH1ES Jerseys, $11.(8) per
Hell and Bugle, $12.00.
VEGETABLES.
POTATOES New, per bu.. R04i5ic.
ONIONS Home-grown yellow, red
white, per bu., 80c; Spanish, per crate
WAX BEANS Per bu.. basket.
string beans, per 4-1'd. box. WJic.
BEANS Navy, per bu., $1.9(1.
(TCCMHEHS-Per bu., $1.501 76.
CABBAGE Home grown and Wisconsin,
In crates, per lb..
MEETS New, rer bu., 70c.
CELERY Kalamaxoo, per dog., 25c.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per 3
bu. bbl.. $2 50.
CAI'LIFIXJWER Per crate, $3.
TOMATOES California, per crate of 20
lbs.. $2.60.
BEEF CI TS.
Wholesale prices for beef cuts: Ribs No.
1. 124c: No 2, 84c; No. 3. 5c. Round
No. 1. 7c; No. 2. 6'.c; No. 3. 64c
1 ir4c; is o. un-; o. 3, 74
1. 3c; No. 2. Sc; No. 3. 24
1, 441-; .no. 2. c.o. 3. 3c.
MISCELLANEOCS.
CIDER Per keg, $3 75; per bbl, $6 75.
HONEY New. per 24 lbs.. $3.50.
CHEESE Swiss. new. 6c; Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin llniberger. 13c; twins,
14V ; young Americas, 144c.
Nl'TS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 154c; hard shells, per lb., 134c
Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; small, per lb.,
12o Peanuts, per lb., 7c; roasted, per lb.,
8c. Chill walnuts, per lb., 12H34o. Almonds,
soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard shells, per
lh., 15c. Shellliark hickory nuts, per bu.,
$2.26; large hickory nuts, per bu., $1.50.
Chestnuts. 15c per lb. Cocoanuts, $1 60 per
sack of 1"0.
HIDES No. 1 green. 9c: No. 2 gr'-en. 8c;
No. 1 salted. 104c; No. t salted. 94c: No 1
veal calf. 11c; No. 2 veal calf, 9c; dry
salted. 7j14c: sheep pelts, $fm$1.00; horse
hides. $1 6ufq3.00.
Fair to good corn-fad steer
Common to fair corn-fed steers...
Good to choice rang beef steer.
Fair to good range beer steer....
Good to cholc cows and heifers..
Fslr to good cows and heifers
Fair to sood western cows
tanners and cutters
Good to choice slncliars A
rair to good stockers and feeders. B.oonjd.Mi
TUESDAY'S SHIPMENTS
The following list show lh number of
cars of feeders shipped to the country yes
terday and their points of destination:
CATTLE. -!
August Luther, Hooper F. E
A. P. Johnson. Newman Grove F. E..
Fred Burenhelde, Howell P. E
Martin Luther, Hooper F. E
8. W. Ewlng, Fairfax, S. D. F. E
F. B. Richmond. Earlham, la. H. I....
John Tiiiim, Council Bluffs, la. H. I...
W. S. Davis, Atlantic, la. R. I
B. C. Charlton, Hanlon V. P
A. N. Thompson. Mead U. P
Thomas Gaughen, North Bend I'. P....
Luke Gaughen, North Bend U. P
Joseph Frank, Shelton U. P
Harris A Son, Julesburg, Colo I. P
John D. Suhr, Oiikland-M. & O
Percy Clark, Bouton. la Mil
Fred J. Saunders, Manilla, la, Mil
A. 8. Barr. Manilla, la.-MU
H. A. Prlndle. Memphis B. Y M
George P. Klein, Koseiana B. & M
John M. Laughliti, Ong-B. & M
Frank Woudhead, Ong B. & M
George A. Lave. Weatburg, Mo. Q
S. L. Kellogg, Perclval, la. g
W. K. Van Wagnor, Ida Grove,
N. W
George Robinson, Vail, la. N. W.
C. M. McKlnney, Logan, la. I. C...
William Canty, Logan, la. 1. C
Thomas Hutchinson, Delolt, la. 1.
C. A. Mile. Geneva B. & M
Miller Bros., Table Rock B. at M
Payne & S., Luton, la. Mil
D. T. Mathews, Tekamah M. at O
C. I). Houston & Co., Tekamah M. & O.
S. E. McCurdy, Tekamah M. & O
Alex McQueen. Silver Creek U. P
Nels Johnson. Valley II. P
Edgar Shoebothan, Falrbury R. I
The official number of cars of
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle Mugs. Sheep H r s.
The United States
National Bank
of Omaha
r
credits at 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.
27 cows...
26 steers.
948 3 80
3 66
3 36
4 00
la.
C...
H. W. Jones-S D.
..Ml 8 3 10 12 feeders
..1152 8 46
Holt Bros Wyo.
20 feeders.. 780 3 75
Peter Watt Wvo.
1$ feeders . 1236 S 65 4 feeders. .1212
J. A. Miller. So. Dakota.
24 feeders.. 12o0 3 ( feeders.. 1043
8 feeders.. 1181 2 90
Kingsbury. Todd A- Co. Wyo.
66 feeders.. 908 3 86 46 feeders.. 720
HOGS There was a fairly liberal run of
hogs today, about 4,900 head being received,
as against 12.188) for the same day last
year. Th receipts for the first three days
of the week foot up 17.297 head, which Is
smaller than that for the corresponding
days last week, when 18.16H head were re
ceived. The run for the first three days
of this week Is considerably smaller than
the one for the same three days of the
corresponding week last year, there being
a difference of 12.923 head In favor of hist
year. The market this morning opened
active and steady and possibly a little
stronger In some quarters. It Is iosslble
that about a third of the receipts sold
with the market in this condition, when
suddenly the whole thing collapsed, and
the market closed the day weak and lower.
The market for the day will average a
little lower than that of yesterday. During
the earlv part of the forenoon the bulk o',
the sales were at $4.654.674. but after the
sudden slump the bulk of the miles took
place at $4.62iiN 66. The top of the market
today was $4.0.
Generally speaking, the trade today was
active, with prices steady to a little
easier.
Representative sales:
ket steady; beeves. $O0fj5.R5; cows, bulls
and mixed, $2,110(93.40; stockers and feeders,
$2.75(1 8 T; calves and yearlings, $2 60413.25.
HOGS-Recelpts, 7.6') head; market 24e.
lower, selling at $1 56CI4.70; bulk of sales,
$4 $2 -4.65.
2
2
2
6
1
stock
C. M. & St. P Ry.
Wabash
Missouri Pacific 4
l P. System 22
C. & N. W.. eaat 2
C. & N. W.. west 67
C. St. P.. M. A O.... 3
C, B. A Q., eaat 6
C B. & Q.. west 82
C, R. I. & P.. east
C. R. I. & P.. west.. ..
Illinois Central
Chicago Gt. Western. 1
17
9
25
4
3
2
2
113
1
No. At. Sh. Pr n At. Sb. rt.
14 75 1JU 4 HO 4a 14 10 4 IS
41 M H) 4 K lit Mo 4 W
70 1X1 10 4 40 43 J.4 1MI 4 5
141 IM 110 4 4 II 4I l 4 41
41 W4 40 4 4:t M m 111) 4 5
It 10 4 4?', II 2,0 40 4 45
44 !M 140 4 41 4 41.. 244 40 4 II
70 li Ml 4 42 H 71 J' an 4 41
47 TI ... 4 124 41 Ill 10 4 si
81 Ill 40 4 124 II 14 12 4 46
11 213 80 4 124 41 I 120 4 41
7 142 ... 4 124 so ftl 14(1 4 46
74 214 ... 4 l?4 "1 16 10 4 48
U 12 to 4 124 tC 211 120 4 1.1
7 104 IVt 4 12 V, II !1 120 4 41
II 3 IM 4 124 40 Ml 840 4 4
18 214 40 4 lit 40 2U 10 4 W
II I 110 4 42 " 10 4 U
41 214 ... 4 46 II 278 40 4 I74
41 2ft0 110 4 II 16 104 10 4 174
44 :' 110 4 M II 214 10 4 17V,
46 Ill M 4 4 II 271 ... 4 174
41 887 10 4 II It Ill 44 4 174
44 Ill 40 4 IB 41 302 40 4 174
4 Is ... 4 11 II tK ton 4 174
II ,, M0 ... 4 46 U 2.".9 240 4 174
46 ...854 40 4 46 . " 265 ... 4 74
41 ..141 40 4 46 62.. 160 ... 4 174
14 117 840 4 tt 214 10 4 174
II 841 ... 4 46 l !7 110 4 474
47 211 10 4 47 164 10 4 174
74 Ill 10 4 M II ill 120 4 174
47 247 80 4 16 71 148 40 4 17V,
II 271 120 4 16 41 214 ... 4 174
6 2(3 111 4 W 7 211 80 4 471,
41 J4 40 4 W 74 ton ... 4 70
21 JtS 120 4 16 71 126 IM 4 70
II 281 120 4 18 14 : 20 4 70
71 lit 80 4 43 70 iaO ... 4 70
10 tJ ... 4 U 43 274 40 4 7n
61 .HI 80 4 0 12 40 4 70
7 211 10 4 18 61 270 l 4 74
60 271 120 4 88 77 24(1 S40 4 70
41 2l ... 4 It
649 1,143
642 1,002 406
87 2 2.217 266
786 2,155
37
126
281
8;
80
67
266
131
3M
93
2
62
139
399
50
3&6 2,992
bbl.
and
$1.75.
$3.50;
No.
No.
No.
l.olni
Plates
Chucks-
Total receipts 190
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing th
number ot head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
wina.na fat King io...
Swift and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour aV Co
Armour, Kansas City.
Carey
Iobnian & Co
McCreary
W. 1. Stephen
Hill ft Son
Hamilton
L. F. Huss
Wolf
Mike Haggerty
Sol Degan
J. B. Root ft Co
Bullan
Klngan
Cudahy. Slou City...
Other buyers
Total 4.940 6.916 8.653
CATTLE There was a moaerate run of
cattle this morning and the stock was in
in good seaxon. The receipts for the first
three days tills week, total, was 13.997 head,
while (he run for the first three days last
week was larger than this week bv about
4.180 head. The receipts of the first three
days of the same week one year ago were
considerable larger. 3o 9C9 head of stock be
ing received during that time.
There was only a small number of corn
fed steers on the market today, but there
was an excellent demand tor good kind of
stuff. Packers were out early looking for
good beeves and as a result there was an
active trade and a market that was
steady to strong on th better kind of
stuff. Favorable reports from the other
principal markets along the river helped
things along some and the market closed
about I he same as at the opening, with
the market active and strong. Good stuff
found reudy sale and a clearance was ef
fected at a reasonably early hour.
There was a moderate tun of row and
heifers this morning, with a good demand
from all classes of buyers, and the trade
was active, with the murket generally
steady with yesterday's advance. The
good, cholc stuff found ready sale at
prices that were mostly steady with yes
terday's prices, while the common "and
medium grade of stuff was Inclined to bell
a trine easier in spots, uenerally speak
ing, the market on cows and heifers was
active and steady on good stuff to a little
easier on the common.
Business in stockers and feeders was
brisk and active today as fsr as It went
and prices were mostly a little stronger
than those of yesterday. The Inquiry was
principally for light and mcliain-weUlit
stuff, but generally the trade on feeders
waa active and steady to strong.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
St. 1,0a Is 1,1, e Hack Market.
ST. IOUIS. Nov. 22 CATTUE Receipts.
2.5ofl head natives: market strong. Native
shipping end export steers, $4rVu58-i;
dressed beef and butcher steers. $2.705.40;
steers under l.'xm Ihs., $270114 86; storker
nd feeders. $2.uo3 69; cows and heifers:
$2.00i4.4fl: tanners. $1.7302.00: bulls, $2.254r
3.40; calves. 3 OOtiT.OO; Tcxss and Indian
steers. $2.oy8.75; cows and heifers. fLOOu
$.16.
HOGS Receipts. 10.000 bead: market
steadv. Pigs and lights, $4.Sn4f 4.W: packers.
S34.fiu8-i4.sri; butcher and liest heavy, $4.70'.
4.80.
BHEKP AMI 1.AMBH Receipts. I.O00
head; market steadv. Native muttons, $4.00
j5.40: lambs. $6.604i7.35; culls and bucks.
Sa.OouG.OO; stockers. $3.50(1,3.90; Texans,
$3.26fr4.10.
t. Joseph live Htark Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 22.-CATTIE-Re-celpts,
2.127 head; market steady to loc
higher. Native, SSiwliCOO; cows and hell
ers, $1.5tyy-4.65; stockers and feeders, $i.75i
3.75.
HOGS Receipts, 8.047 bend; market
steady. Light, $4.654i4.76: medium and
heavy. $4.7tvu4 80.
SHEEP AND l.AMBH Receipts 624 bead;
market steady. Native lambs. $7.26.
Stock In sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 4. 8-3 6.9 11.741
Sioux City 700 7.600
Kansas City Il.oo 14.000 2.5ii
St. Ixniis 2.MSI 10.000 l.iaat
St. Joseph 2,127 8,647 82 1
Chicago 22.0HO 33,000 22.00.1
Total 43,230 80,047 37,968
'l
lOftvi
a
Total sales for th dv. l.S.'B.u,) shares.
OMAHA.
Baak Clearing..
Nov. 22. Bank clearings for
Philadelphia Pradaca Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. t-BT'TTER
Steady; extra western creamery, $4c; extra
nearby print. 2bc
FXKJS Firm, lo higher; nearby fresh
laid. S2c: nearby fresh, bo at mark, west
am fresh, 31c at mark.
CHEDSB Uachanged: New York full
cream, fancy, 13So-14c: New Tork full
rrstm, cholc, 134c; New Tork full cream,
fair to guvd. UVaiKWc
SHEEP There was a very small run of
sheep today, only six cars being reported
In. This Is the smallest run for a Wednes
day since the second week in August, on
which day there was but one car in. As
compared with the receipts for the Mine
day one year ago the run today Is only
half as large. The total for the first three
days of the week is 33,021 hend and Is larger
than the run for the llrst three days of
the same week one year ago by about 3,200
head. And the receipts this week are
smaller than those for the first three days
of last week bv about $.0(0 head.
The most of the run this morning con
sisted of feeders, and there was hardly
enough fat sheep on the market to make a
test of the trade. Packers were out In the
barns early looking for desirable stuff, nut
there was practically nothing suitable for
their purposes. However, the market on
what slock did sell as fat sheep Indicated
that had there been a supply of fat sheep
It would probably have sold at prices that
were generally steady with those of yes
terday. All that ha been said concerning
fat heep applies to fat lambs as well, ex
cept that the packers were a little more
anxious to get this kind of stuff. They
were apparently wanting some good lambs
for their local trade, and In order to se
cure them had to compete with feeder buy
ers for the more choice end medium kinds
of stock. Prices on fst lamb were steady
to strung.
There were sbout 26 cars of feeders on
the market this morning, as there were
about 20 cars held over from yrsteriley.
There was oulte a sprinkling of country
buyers In todav. so that fact, coupled with
the small run. raused a fairly steady mar
ket. Trade was only moderately active,
but most of the stuff sold at prices that
were generally steady. .
Quotations on Tat sheep and Ismbs: Cfciod.
to choice fed lambs, $6 75-3 7 25; good to
choice range lambs, $ii.?6-W7 no: good Jo
cholc yearling wethers, $5.264.46 ' ijood to
cholc old wethers, $5.0oiJi6-6o; good to cholc
old ewes. $1 6ot)d (10. , .
Quotation on feeder hep snd lambs:
Good feeding. $&.26fi6.76; good feeding 'r
llngs. $4.75fi 26; good feeding wethers. 84 75
6.00: good feeding ewes. $3 . 40fj! . 75 : breed
ing ewes, $4.26-34.80.
Representative sales:
No.
19 Idaho feeder ewes
Ill Idaho ewes
130 Idaho lambs
68 Nebraska ewe feeders..
107 Nebraska ewes
31 Idaho lamb feeders ....
670 Idaho lamb feeders ....
46 Nebraska lambs
CHICAGO 1.1 VK TOK 4 4.HKKT
Cattle Strong to Steady Hogs 8trosii
ibeep aad jsmla Firmer.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. CATTLE-Receipts.
22.UOO hesd; market on heat, strong, other
steady; common to prime ste-rs. $.' ti6.."0;
cows. $2&4 25; heifer. $2 .if..nu; bulls.
$2 0H4J-4 OO: Blockers and feeders. 82 IM4 15;
calve,. VlMiMi.
HOGS Receipts, 83.000 head; market
strong; good to prime heavy, $4.s.vii4.96;
medium to good heavy, $4.754. 3; strong
weight butchers, $4H64j4; giiod to i hob e
heavy mixed. t4.7vfil.S0; packing. tl.3i,4.8o.
SHEEP AND LAMB.- Rec Ints. 2.iu
bead; market firmer to 10c higher;
S3.7f4i5.60: yearlings, $5,502,6 ,u;
lambs, $4.774j.7.6o.
Wool Market.
BOSTON. Nov. 22. WOOL-Trade has
been Irregular In the wool market. There
continues to be a good demand for me
dium territory wools, Montana and Wyo
ming being especially actlva; price am
steady. A great deal of Interest exists as
to foreign markets because of the possible
Influence of serious change there on loctil
prices. Territories arc active; pulled wools
are quiet; foreign grades sre firm, leading
ouotatlons follow: Ohio and Pennsylvania.
X, 31&36c; No. 2, 4084le; fine unwashed. i8
i929c; quarter blood, unwashed. 34'gao:
three-eighths blood. 34Q3oc; half blood. 34W
36c: unwashed, aotffllc; Michigan fine. Un
washed. 27&-28c; quarter blood, unwashed,
33U34o; three-eighths blood, 3334o; half
blood. SJ4W4c; unwashed, 28c; Kentucky.
Indiana, etc., three-eighth and quarter
blood. 344r36c. Territory: Idaho fine. 22M
23c; heavy fine. lirtoc; fine medium. 2l'i
23c; medium, 27&28e; low medium, 2728c;
Wyoming fine. 2-lr23c; heavy fin. 19tr2oc;
fine medium. 23ic24c; medium. 2729c; low
medium, 274i'28c; 1'tah and Nevada fine. 23
4i'24c; heavy fine, 19ti2oc; flue medium, K!ff
24c: medium, 27fi"I8c; low medium, "if&TSo;
Dakota fine, 22"j23c; fine medium, 22a-3c;
medium. 27&28c; low medium, 278':'8c; Mon
tana fine, choice, 26'p27c; fine average. 24-ii
25c; flne medium, choice. 2tf27c: average,
244136c; staple, 27f29c; medium choice, 28
29c.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 22 WOOI-Stedy: me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 2fyfi V-;
light fine. 21'&26c; heavy flne, 19(g21c: tub
washed, 33&414C
Metal Market.
NEW TORK, Nov. 22 MET A I 8 TI.e
London tin market was again higher with
spot closing st 163 7s 6d and futures at
1Z152 7s 6d. The local market ruled steady
with spot quoted at $33.424'0753.60. Copper
was lower In Ixindon, closing at 76 12 8d
for spot and 73 12 6d for futures, or
decline of sbout 7s 6d to 12s 6d. Locally,
however, the market continues firm and
producers are said to be sold well apead.
making supplies available for Immediate
delivery very scarce. Iake Is quoted at
H6.87V17.25; electrolytic at $16.7517.00 an.l
casting at $18.6016.874. lad was lower at
16 9s 9d In 1ondon. but continued Arm in
the local market. The largest producers
are still quoting $6.25 for shipment In thirty
days, but spot quotations range as high sh
$6.70, the figure being practically nominal
In the absence of important business.
Spelter advanced 6a to 28 10 In London.
The local market was quiet and unchanged
at $6.1ntj6.20. Iron was unchsnged in the
English market, closing at 62 for standard
foundry and at 63s 3d for Cleveland war
rants. The local market was firm. No. I
foundry' northern 1 quoted at $18.75919.35;
No. 2 foundry northern at $18.25418 85; No. 1
foundry outhem. $18 6io18.75: No. 2 foun-
1 dry southern at $18 0418 26.
ST. I)l'IS. Nov. 22 METALB Lad
firm, $5.40. Spelter quiet, $8.00.
Aver. Price.
..99 4 16
..100 4 50
. . 59 6 to
.99 3 00
. I'M 4 25
.56 4 75
. 59 6 60
.66 6 75
Cotton Market
NEW YORK. Nov. 23 COTTON-Spot
closed steady
60 points higher; middling
middling gulf, 11.91k-; sale.
Nov. a.-COTTON-Bteady;
sales, 228 bales; receipts.
44 .
II -
rr. . at fr
4 00 88 12 4 l
4 28 20 111! 110
COWS.
3 10
HEIFERS.
4 uO
BCLLS.
HSfl t 00
S'lOLnFlW AND FEEDERS
1044 I M 44 IM 7
NEBRASKA.
.1173
.1208
.. Ill
10 cow 95
15 feeder.. 7:
15 feeder.. 11"2
18 (teer. ...1161
37 feeder.. 1131
27 teer.
24 feeder.
U ters...
3 25 31 cow, 992
2 55 25 feeders.. 11-aj
3 25 35 cows 1073
3 26 66 feeders. .li41
3 119 feeder. 743
WESTERNS
Jardsou Bros. S. It.
.1217 3 65 31 cows prj)
A'fl 3 25 10 steers ...11 36
F. Hol.omb-B. D.
1259 3 6o
M. P.d.i-v D.
D feeders.. 1017 I ia
3 75
3 56
3 to
3 4
2 5o
2 85
t 55
uplands. 11.66c;
647 bales.
ST. iris.
middling. 114-
1.410 bal.-s, Nhlpments. 184 bales; stock, 19.661
bales
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 22. COTTON
Firm; sales. 4.650 bales; ordinary. 8 13-16c;
good ordlnury, loc; low middling. 1074c; mid
dling. 114c: good middling. ll'c; middling
fair, 12 3-16I-; receipt. 8.J33 bales; stock,
309.113 bales.
sheep,
sprliia,
Kaasa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITV, Mo.. Nov. 22 CATTLE
Receipt. 11. ono head. Including 6to south
erns; market steadv to strong; fed steers
strong lo 10c higher. Choice export and
dressed beef steers, $5 (I05j6 00: fair lo good. I
$1.506.00; western steers. $2 80fc4 50; stock- '
ers and feeders. $2.4) "if 4 26; southern steers. I
t2. fa 4.00; southern cows. $1753.00: native I
cows. $1.7E-fJ3SO; native heifers. $2.5"-t 4.85;
bulls. $2.oofi350: calves. $.sr'un.0u.
1KMJH Receipts. 14.000 head: market!
weak to 5c lower; ton, It 80; bulk of sale. I
$1 664.8o: heavy. 14 T.Vu-t 8o; ir kers, $4 70!
''MS", pig and light. Hu4 75.
SHEEP AND LAMB8 Receii.l. :5to
head; market strong; native lainbo. $."i.l'5 ,
If 7 15 ; western lambs. $5 3'u7 'TO: ewes and
yearl.ngs. $4 25j6 60, western fed yearlings.
$5.iNirV60; western fed a' fcep, $4.i-o5.jO,
stockers and feeders. $l5f?I50.
loas lllr Lire Stork Market.
SIOVX CITT. Nov 22-8pelal Tele
gram CATTLE Receipts. 7U) bead; war.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. Nov. 22.- CORN-8tedy; No.
yellow, 42' fro: No. 3. 4.'4c; No. 4. 410.
OATS Steady; No. 3. 30',H3o4c; No. I
while, 29'fre
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 22 -SEEDS Clover, csrh.
$nu5; December. $8,074: Jr.nuary. $8 16 bid;
February. $S.2ii bid. Prune alslke, $8. Prima
timothy. $1.55.
PRIVATE WIRES
Von Dorn Grain Co.
Member
Chlcaco Board of Trad
' Omaha Grain Eioriang.
Grain and Provisions
Bought and sold for cash or future delivery
Receiver and Shipper.
16 and 220 HOARD OK TRADE MJXJ.
Tel. 100 OMAHA.
Cl Co.
Oealera ta
stock.. Oram. Provision
aklf Year Grala ta l a
Braaaea 11(1(1, tllVltl Baard al Treal
UldaT-t Oaaalta. lis. Tlaa SSI 8.
312-214 K, chang ld . tiouth Oman
811 'Pboo 3 la lada pendant 'faisa l