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Ytik omaha daily bee. Friday. November 24, iocs.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
WHEAT PRICES SCORE ADVANCE OF CENT
Repnrt nf Da mac la Ariratlm ( ti
Balllah Feeling Oila Are Kk
Ronmnnlan Eapnrt Pro
hibition la Rearlndcd.
OMAHA, Nov. 23. llo.
A reaction In nrlia ( in rtSw .h.ii
helped wheat and corn. The market haa
hn declining tor seteral daya and th
trad In general feel that It ha rcarhd
a point where It must advance. Thl feel
Inn wan helped by wet weather and by
'PM if lmn to wheat In Argentina.
May wheat was up about Ic. December
cloned at MHitfc, May at VQHTtc, n.
July at 2c.
Corn opened steady and gt-nred a little
advance. December cloned at 4ic, old
December at 45',t4ic. May at 44c and July
Oat opened a trifle weak and sustained
further limn II loan. December cloned at
V2Hc, May at S2c and July at
Hroomhall cabled that navigation In tho
Atov la expected to continue at leant an
other three weeks, an the weather la mild.
Llverpot-I cloned SSd lower on wheat
and Hd lower on corn. Hroomhall cabled
that corn etnort prohibition waa rescinded
lant night. The official entlinale of the
crop n 64,000, Ml) buahela.
Primary wheat receiptn were 1,004, nun
buahela and nhipmenta 253.O00 bunhela. Corn
receipt were 524.000 bnnheln and nhipmenta
635.01)0 buahela. Tha rarrenpondlng day lant
year wan a holiday. Clenrancen were 131,
000 bunhela of corn, 202.O4) bunhela of
wheat and .IK.Oofl buahela of flour.
Offerlngn of new corn In Nebrnnka are
ll-ht an yet. The farmern are buny husk
ing and will not atop to haul the grain.
The Northwestern Miller naya today:
"The Minneapolis flour output lant week
Increased 1!110 bnrrela.. The quantity
turned out waa 4.17,900 liarreln. agnlnat 313.
230 barrela In 1904 and 364,025 bnrrela In
A (rood en ah demand wan reported at
Chicago. No. 1 northern wnn 2o over and
No. 2 northern He under the December
The Von Pnrn Oraln company, through
Prlngle, Fitch 4k Rankin, received the fol
lowing Argentina cablegram: "In center
and south recent front have done serious
damage, much more than flrnt entlmated.
Oeneral opinion ia that the loan In 40 per
cent. At prenent the weather in exceselveK
hot and If It doenn't rain the crop will be
below lant year." ,
Trlmary wheet recelntn were 1.004.000
buahela and hlnmnt 353 001) bunhela. Corn
receipt were 624.000 buahela and ahlpnientn
635.000 buahela. Ijint year waa a holiday.
Clearance were 131.009 buahela of corn. 202.
ono buahela of wheat and 35.000 barrela of
flFrom the Record-Herald : "In the onth
weat pew corn In moving more freely, and
ho to the capacity of the railroad to fiir
nlnh car. It la difficult to sell corn for
penrbv export In thnt aectlon, and prices
have dropped 4c within three day. Iowa
bolder are loonenlng up. one houne buvlng
WOOO htiahel there yenterday, but through
out Tlllnol and moat of Iowa offering are
Omaha f'ah Hale.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 2 car. 7!)c; No. S
hard. 1 car, 70Vic; 1 car. Tr.c; no grade. 1
CORN-No. 4 white. 1 car. 3c: 1 car, STHc
OATS No. 3 white, 1 car, 28c.
Omaha C'aah Price.
WHEAT No. 2 bard, 7S(?f7c: No. 2 hard.
73I3T6HC; No. 4 hard. 773c; No. 2 aprlng.
Mn I nnrlna. 74'&77c: no grade. WWAc.
CORN No. t, S9c: No. 4. 37c; no grade.
4fc; No. 2 yellow. 3c; No. 2 white, 3c,
All quotation are on new corn.
OATS No. 2 mixed. 27Hc; No. 3 white,
Hc: No. 4 white, 27H28o.
RTE No. 2. 44c: No. 4, tec.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Chicago 71 m ir
Kanaa City 71 V 5
Omaha 15 22 8
8t. touls 61 04 40
CniOAGO GRAIN AND FROVISIOXS
Featare at the Trading; and doila
'Trice' oa Board of Trade.
CHICAOO, Nov. 23. Report of damage
to the wheat crop In Argentina caused a
harp rally In the market here today. The
Mav ontinn closed at a net gain of Tc and
other grain were higher In aympathy. Corn
waa up Vic oata gained VaC and provision
were. 7s4c to 17H higher.
The wheat market wa atrong through
out the entire day. The change from the
weakness of the last three day waa partly
reaction from the recent oearlHn sentiment
but at the same time the new of the day
wa conaldered by trader to amply justify
the peralatent demand that carried price
ud rul y lo ner Punnei. A urlvate came.
gram from Argentina waa the principal
cause of the atrength nhown. The mennag
mentioned damage by front to the wheat
crop In the central and nouthern districts
of the country, but placed the loa at 40
per cent Instead of 10 per cent, aa de
clared In previous cablegram. During the
mgnt rain naa rauen over a large portion
of the wheat growing aectlon of the United
State, making the movement of the crop
more aimcutt. in addition large sales or
flour are reported from Mitinea polls, and
rash wheat was reported in active demand
at all grain center. Bhorts and comtnln
Ion house were urgent bidder for wheat
throughout the day and the volume of
trading wa large. The market cloaed
trong at 874c. close to the highest point
of the day, May opened a shade to Vitttic
higher at 86H&tuttto and advanced to 87V
s.vc. f inal quotation were at 871..
Clearance of wheat and flour were equal
to 260,000 bu. Primary receipt were 1.0i4..
i-W bu, against a holiday last year. Mm
neapolla. Duluth and Chicago reoorted re
celnl of 206 car, compared with l,0u car
During the first half hour of trading tk
corn market wa easy on general sell" g
The principal influence wa bearish new
irom Koumanla. An official report of the
total corn crop of that country placed the
yieirr lor mis year at w.umi.ww Du. com
pared with 19 iOO.noo bu last year. The ac
tion or the Roumanian government in re
nctndlng the law prohibiting the ex port a
tlon of corn waa another feature. Liberal
country acceptances, as reported In a me
sag from Kansas ( Ity, furnished addition
al reason for selling. Strength of wheat
nnwever, eoon brought out Increased de
mand for corn and a firm tone developed
nuying or uecember Pv shorts waa a fea
ture. Part of the demand resulted from re
port of wet weather In many section of
in corn belt. The market held firm until
th close, which was at 44c, or e below
the highest point of the day. Mav opened
fi-c to Vic lower at 43 v to 43UOH3SC
old up to 44',e and cloned at 44o. Local
receipts were suo car, with five of con
1 he reature or trading In the oat mar
ket waa liberal liquidation In the Decern
ner delivery. The selling waa Inspired by
Tear of heavy deliveries bv elevator people.
r.ariy in tna aay me marKet waa weak, aa
a rerun or this sel Una. l ater, shorts env
ered freely on the strength of other grain
mi maraet assumed a steadier tone.
Mav opened uncharged to lower at 22Vn
sold off to ile and cloaed at 22c. Ijocat
receipt were 1W cara Provision were
nrm on moderate buying by local bulla
t overlng by shorts gave conspicuous
trength to pork. An advance of be In the
price or live hog aided bullish sentiment
- at in close May pork was up liijKV. at
, ii f.vo uo. l ara and ribs ere each up
. V i-wmi.vi ana respect
(estimated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat
us cars; corn, 278 cars; oats, 1S5 cr; hogs,
The leading future ranged a follows:
ArUclea.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yra'y
12 Ji! I3l
83 R.1SS STT.fiSJ
4' 4eS 46Tflrll 4'S
n i w..
12 T2Hl 12 U
12 ;, 13 K
12 72S 1! 85
T o J 7 01
1 nn I
Old. 3 New.
Cash quotation were a follows:
FI.OFR Steady and about be lower
Inter pstenta. 23 554 20; straights. Tfrtf
4 to. spring patents, xx g4 1", straights,
ss tn?l Mi: rxKer. W! Ttmi to.
PROVISIONS Mess pork per bM , 3134S
U.6. lrd, ii im Iba. ;titai.u6. ghort
WHEAT-No I erring. s-VuHTV
o"ilV-; No 2 red, pyuMV
CORN No. J, 4i : No. 2 vellow. fV.
)AT8-No. 2. Xr; No. 2 white, 32?)32Hc;
No 3 white. 2'"Vu()2c.
RYE No. 2 W
HARLEY Vxd feeding. 37c; fair to
Choice malting. 4S&4KC.
SEEDS No. I flnx. We; No. 1 northwest
rn. fe clover, contract grade, 13 4il3 23.
WHISKY-Hasls of high wines. fl So.
Following were the receipt and nhip
menta of flour and grain:
Flour, bbln 2H.i
Com, bu 22fi.T'
Oat, bu 179 f
Rve bu Zl.noo
tiariey. bu 1"UM
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market waa teady; creameries, 1T4S23C;
dairies. 17S2iic. Eggs, steady; at mark.
anea Included, WjJ4c; firsts, 24c; prime
firsts, 2c. extras. Sue. Cheeae, firm; 11 V
KW YORK ;EF.HAL MARKET
of the Day on
NEW YORK. Nov. 23 -FIX)VR-Recelptn.
3VJ17 bbln ; exports, 13.476 bu.; market
dull and unchanged; Mlnnenota patentn,
t4.iA2i& 00, winter patents, t4.u&4.5l; winter
straights. 23.WVfi4.lu; winter extras, $25
3. IS; winter, low grades, 3.)sVg4.2a. He
Dur. steady: fair to good, 3!Vd4.10;
choice to fancy. $4 l.VB4.6. Buckwheat
flour, steady, 12 Is'ai 2b, spot and to arrive.
m'CKWllEAT Dull; $3V,c, delivered New
I'ORSMEAL- Steady: fine, white and
pllna' tl T.' n.iru 11 li 1 II- k lln.it
Hi tr-Nomlnal; No. 2 western, 7ttc, c. I.
BARLEY Dull; feeding. 40Vtc. c. I. f.
Buffalo; malting, 6nfc61c. c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. 248.200 bu.; npot mar
et firm; No. 2 red. WV elevator; No. 2 rel,
!r. f. o. b.. afloat: No. 1 northern. Duluth.
1Sc f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard, Manitoba,
arc f. o. b. afloat. A strong undertime
prevailed In wheat all dav and final prices
showed file advance. The main Influence
waa a report of Argentina damage bv frost
coupled with smaller primary receipt and
eieHuier late Knglinn cnbles. Trade whs
more active. Including fair outside order.
May, VcjUHe, cloned at SIVic; December,
Ki91 ll-16c. cloned at 91Sc.
CORN Recelota. 120.400 bn exnortn. R2 mi
bu.; spot market steady; No. 2. 67Mc eleva-
or and bbc t. o. b. r. float: N'o 2 vellnw
MHo; No. 2 white. Wo. First price were
fleeted by weak cablen, but nubaouentlv
corn ruled ntronger. on fearn of wet
weather and with wheat, closing Hit Vc
net higher. January cloned at Si'Sie: Muv
losed at 49-Vc: December. MU.(fi",JL.,, rl,,oD,t
UA 1 Receipts, lSS.SfiO bu. ; spot market
firm; mixed oats, 2 to 32 pounds. 3Vi(H6c;
natural White. 30 to S2 nnnHi Tltl-iUlTl,.
clipped white, M to 40 pounds. 384400.
HAY Steadv: ahlnnlnir fiofrt.v.: m,i A
choice, 8Uf82vc ' "
ityt-n steady; atate. common to choice,
10J5, 14tj22c; o4. 13(&17c: olds. fyS8n. Pa
cific coaat, 1906, 10ijik-; 1904, lOflWc; olds,
HIDES Firm: nalveston 9n tn ik.
20c; California. 21 to 25 lb., 21c: Texas dry.'
Z4 to ao lbs.. ic.
LEATHER Firm: acid. 2Biff27c.
I'KUV 1HIONS Beef, otliet- f,Mv III
y' lrJ menu, twi lu.w; Deer hams, izi.iiik
ou; pacKet, lo.B04i11.6n; city, extra India
mess, 217 50118.50. Cut meats nulet- r,tnkin.i
7.00; pickled hams. !9.2'ii9.7R. Ijird 'iHv-
western steamed. i7Sv,i7 5ii- rnA
quiet; continent. 1780; South America' ts.30:
compound, n.606.75. Pork, quiet; fam-
ii.v. eiD.w: snori eiesr xii Nvri u-
TALLOW Htendv: cltv tr r,. -i.
4V'J?.0"ntry (Pkga. free). 4.naic.
i aomeatlc, fair to extra, 34
f , . n 1 1 , iiuflllliai.
i.i i itK-Biraiiy; street ur ea, eif.n
creamery. 341f24Hc. Official price: Cream-
cummon to extra. iba'j4c; state dairy,
. .!. ii Kj rauH, ivuiw renovaien. com
inon to extra. ilc: western facti.rv
mm creamery, extra, lH1(19c;
n n, r-n irregular: stare, rim eram
man ana large, colored and wh te. a..n-
vviiiiri, ihik-v, idu, siaie. iair to gooil. le
tAWiH firm; state. Pennsylvania an. I
nearby select., 381340c; stite. choice, 35'3
u: emie. nusea. extra. c: western, flnail
32c: state, flrnts. 3(ii3lc; southern. Hi&aou!
ruuuttt uressea. steady: western
onirnens, vviw; turKoys, 14020c; fowl
'Kansas City Grain and Provision
KANSAS CITY. Nov. fit WITtr A TBMrm
ueceniuer, Tic; May, 7!ie; July, Tfic,
Cah: No. 2 hard, twSi82c; No. 3. 77iS79c:
No. 8 85ift87c.
CORN Firm: December. 39A4c: Mav. 3!u,e
Cash: No. 2 mixed. 40Hd; No. 2'Whlte, 4Hi
Hi ; rNO. a, i1,4'niic.
OATS Firm: No. 2 white. 31032c: No,
HAY Bteady; choice timothy. 211.001)
11.2fi; choice prairie, 9.00tS.5i).
EUOS Steady : Miaaouri and Kannaa
new No. Z, whltewood canea Included. 24Vc
case count, 2iVc; cases returned We less.
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 22c: dalrv
The following range nf price at Kansa
City waa reported by F. D. Day St Co., 110
111 Board oi Trade building:
Articles Clone. Hlgh. Low. Close. I Yes y.
Dec. . . .
12 Si 86
St. Lanl Oeneral Market.
IiOCIS. Nov. a.-WHEAT-Hlcherr
2 red. cash, elevator. WifiHiUio: track.
KOA-c; May. SiiStilWHc: No. 2 hard. 8'JVuMc
CORN Fut urea higher; canh weak; No
! canh. nominal; track. 421jii43c for new,
4fV for old: lecember, 410; May, 4:1nc.
OATS Steady; No. i cash, JoVtc; track,
31c; December, 3v; May, 31Sc; No. 2
FI)rH Steady : red winter patents,
24.30)4.f0; extra fancy and straight, 2't.9"(
4.:; clear. 12 4;iS.10.
SEElv-Tlmothv. teady at $i5fr820.
CORNMEAL Steady ; 22 60.
RRAN Firm; Backed east track. 73Ti74o
Ha v Timothy, lower, ls.0o&13 50; prairie,
IRtiN COTTON TIKS-II.Ol.
HEMP TWINE 7 V-
I'ROVISIONS Pork. steady: Johbing,
118.75. I-ard. higher; prime nteam. 2d.ii:
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed. extra
short. 27.75; clear ribs. Ift.nfl; short clear,
in 24. Hacon, ateady; boxed, extra nhnrt,
$K.Si: clear ribs, h.Tb; liort clear. 2S.0O.
POCLTRY Weak; chicken. 7H'-;
spring, loigfllc; turkey, 12c; duck, 10c;
Hl'TTER-Bteady; creamery, a36c;
KvRIS Steady at 24c, case count.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS Nov. 23 -FIXH'R-First
patents. 4.7utj4 ); wen nd patents. 4.5id
4 '; first clears. 33 utj3.75; second ( learn,
V2 462 55.
BRAN In bulk. 111.50.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery. The range of prices, aa reported
by F. D. Day 4s Co., 110-U1 Board of Trad
Article ! Open. Illgh.f Low. Close I Yi .
Wheat-I I I I
Dec... 79fi 79V
May... b3SM M1;SS Wtfi
Mlinaske Crnla Market. "
MILWAI'KEE. Nov. Tt WHEAT -Higher:
No. I northern. -; No. 2 north
ern. 8:2040; My. s. pH"tc. asked.
RYE Dull: No.
No. 2, 44jSia5c; (ample,
May. T,144c, bid.
Ualath l.raln Market.
Dl'Ll'TH. Nov 23-WHEAT-To arrive
No. I northern. slVc; No. 2 nurtht-rn. 7v-c
on track. No 1 northern. mc; No 2
northern, 7c; Ir.'eiiiber. Sov-; May
OATS To arrie and on track, :3c.
To I rain eel Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 2S. SEEDS I'lover, cash
t 10; iiecemlier, i:S. January. .17!
February, In '.,.,4; March. 3.v,: prime
aik, l.U; prim timothy, l.j&
ribs side (loose), S7(vFi71?m short
side ihoxed). IS7K437V
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Hi i Material Eetback Dae to
Heary Eealiung Ealeo.
RISE IN UNION PACIFIC STAYS SLUMP
Rails Relieved to Re line to Antici
pation nf Favorable showing; of
Ananal Report Which I
NEW YORK. Nov. 23. -Prices had a ma
rial setback t'Hlnv and It wan not until
the aggressive advance developed In I'nlon
r-aoino. tare in tn nay. mat any errectlve
progrens wnn mad" ttiwardn repairing the
damage. 8ales to realise profit in nome
of the nennatlonal speculative favorites
proved to be overwhelming and canned
violent declines in thone Mocks and a
sympathetic re. -canton In the general lint.
A tew specialties continued to make np-
waro spurts nut tney were not or a cnar-
acter to sustain confidence In the general
strength of the speculative- situation nor
to hold the lint against effective selling
The slate Into which the npeculntlve
movement had fallen In the lant few dayn,
especially the wild move of yenterday.
caused aotne perturbation and aroused a
fear that they were of a kind which would
run ouickly to diminution, owing to the
violence of the manipulative method pur
sued. Very attractive profits also were
offered at many points In the market. The
consequence was that the selling move
ment, once Inaugurated, grew of its own
force with the renult of a general show
of weakness by midday. Speculative profit
taking wan especially conspicuous In Read
ing. Smelting, Brooklyn Transit. Anaconda
and the southern group of Iron Bnd steel
stock Pome of the late rumor which
have circulated In connection with opera
tions In all of these stocks hHve been so
little credible that those who hHd bought
on the strength of them were ennlr
thrown Into apprehension upon their deniHl.
A bad effect upon sentiment waa produced
nlno by the evidence of a lack of mipport
In the Rock Inland group and the rapid
decline In price there under light liquida
tion. Rumors circulated that there was to
be no dividend paid on the second preferred
tock of the St. Ixula fc San Frunclaco
company, which was the weakest stock
In the group. It was not. however, until
the enormous demand for I'nlon Pacific
developed thnt any effective resistance was
offered to the general weuknesn or tne
market. The character of dealings In
I'nlon Pacific stamped everywhere early as
of highly centrallxed origin, and the favor
able view of the market was that the
demand was from Inside sources based on
knowledge of the character of the annual
report, the publication of which la looked
for tomorrow. Reports were circulated
that the disposition of the company's
Northern Securities assets a disclosed In
the report showed such large profits as to
Justify the movement. The view of the
movement as of speculative origin found
encouragement in the fact thai the opera
tions In the stock were on a very large
scale on tho part of the same operators
who concocted the recent movement in
Heading. A wager was offered from this
source thnt I'nlon Pacific waa destined to
reach 175 on the movement, in exactly the
name manner that a wager was made early
In the Heading movement as to it ultimate
There wu no notable change in actual
conditions. Prices of iron and steel, ac
cording to trade authorities are held down
onlv bv main force. The sale of 12,&0.i0
of New York Cltv bonda did not ruffle
the tranquillity of the money market. For
eign exchange nlno wa teady and dis
counts In 1ondnn Were lower. The price
of copper was lifted to the highest level
touched alnce l'ml. The distribution of an
Installment of the deferred dividend on
Republic Steel preferred wa known for
the first time to the market. The l'nlted
State Steel stocks and St. Paul obtained
most substantial benefit from the I'nlon
Pacific movement, but the earlier losne
were pretty well rentored In the general
stocks. The stocks under special pressure,
however, continued weak and made the
lowest prices of the dav In the last
minutes of the market, unsettling
close, which was decidedly feverish
very irregular. '
Honfln were sxeaoy . inini i-mr.,
value. 33.35O.0ifl. l'nlted
States bonds were
all unchanged on call.
Quotations oa the New Turk
change ranged ts follow,: ;
' baloB.Hlgh.LoW. Close.
Atnal. Copper 97.701) 87t
Amer. Car & F 2,000 4V
do pfd..P 300 1004
Amer. Cotton Oil 1W0 32
Amer. Express 20i 29 22o
Amer. Hide & L. pfd 20
Amer. Ice Secueltlea. 1,1m)
Amer. Linneed Oil... 1
do pfd 2")
Amer. locomotivo. . . 17,)
do pfd 30
Amer. Smelting A R. 71.800
do pfd ll.Hfrt
Amer. Su:r Ref 15.4"0
Amer. Toh. pfd cert
Anaconda Mining Co. 27,So0
do pfd 100
Atlantic Coast Line. .. 6'
H. & 0 21.4H)
do prd PA
Brooklyn R. T l3,2ou
Can. Pacific IS.ikkj
Central of N. J "
Chea. & Ohio ,3'
Chicago & Alton )
Chicago Ot. Western 1.400
C. A N. W 1.4J
. M. & St. P 27,900
Chicago T. & T
do pfd 100 40
C, C, 0. & St. L
Colo. Fuel & 1 2,2f 45'
Colo. & Southern 4o0 2i
do lnt pfd
do 2d pfd
Con. Oas 5 !.!"
Corn ProUucta 4,o In
do pfd 1,100 65
Ilel. & Hudson 4111) 229
Del.. L. W 1 4
D. & It. U I'M 2.4
do Pfd 1"0 N'
DiHtlllers' Securities, l.lno 4;
Erie 47,100 4:
do 1st pfd 2"0 si
do 2d pfd 2.So0 74',
Oener.il Electric 3"0 1K9
111. Central OnO 17S',
Inter. 1'aper 9fr :si4
do pfd 10 SO",
do pfd 1
K. C. Southern M 27
do pfd 2' ut;V
I, A N 10,!io IMV4
Met. Securities 12 8ot 73
Met. St. Hv 5T.' 12.1',
Mexican Central l.tajo
Minn, at bt. I.
M.. St. P. & 8. Ste. M
lno l;1 134
Mo. Pacific K.3i1)
M . K. A T 17
do pfd Lino
Nul l I,ead 21.3"0
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd 2nO
N. Y. Central !.7'
N. Y.. Out. tk. W 2,3-)
Norfolk & W 9"0
No. American 14 Hut
Pacific Mail I.7'
People's Odn l..Vi
P.. C. C. St. I. . . .
Presneil St.Md Car S.
do pfd Prt
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd Jit)
Republic Steel 13 v.l
do pfd lrt.f
Ho.k Inland Co 2f.l
do pfd S.l'X
Rubber Goods h)
St. U a S K. 2d pfd 2,-jiaj
Bt. L S. W -J.al
do pfd 1.7o)
So. Pacific 4K )
80. Railway 7,4.)
do pfd 4.
Tenn. Coal & 1 31 7'
Texan & Pacific 1 j
Tol.. St U at: V
do pfd 4.11
I'nion Pacific 309
do pfd l.
V. 8 Kxprenx
I. 8 Realty
V. 8 Rubber is 1
do pfd 5 .)
I. 8. Steel 1W.S (
do pfd 73.i
Va. C'aro. Chemical.
do pfj 3,a
Wabanh 1 -jimt
do pfd l.la
W entlt.gh. Ele. tru-
Western I'nlon 2
Ac ltke Erie
Win fentral .Hal
do pfd . .
No. I'aclflc t
Central leather 11 fin
do pfd iJ
(Jl"n Sheffield .m
Tulal sale for the flay, 1,
fit K 85
Kew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 23.-MONF.T-On call.
tendy. 543 per cent; closing bid at b. of
fered t 5 per cent. Time money, steady;
Ixty days. per rent: ninety dsy, o1
per cent; six months, S'fiSUj per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER
STERLING BXCHANOE Steady, with
rtunl business in bankers' billn at 3 1. 825
G4xb.i for demand and at 24 lCft.7J 4 SiTo for
mxty-dav hills; posted rates. 34.MS4I4 4
nd I4 8TH; commercial bills. 14 KVM 8J.
SILVER Bar. MV: Mexican dollar.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
Cloning quotation on bond were fol-
V. 8. ret. la.
V 8. 'a. re.
do coupon ,
japan M. 1(1 series....
!.. An 4't. rUt M
n4 i do id eerie t
1"4 L. N unl. 4s 1S
114 Manhattan r. I
l11 Mn Central H1
1.0!' 4o lt Ini- J4
f a. oiii
do coupon ......
I'. new 4s, re
Am. Tobacco 4a....
AU-htaon n. 4a...
do ad). 4a
Atlantic C. 1,. 4a...
pal A Ohio 4s ...
prk. R T. t. 4a ..
Central of Oa. la..
do lat pfd
do 2d Inc
dn Id Inr
Chea. Ohio 'f
t'hUao A A. !'a.
t .. H. At Q n. M.
t , H. I. a f.
nil Mmn. St. L 4. ..
M . K. T. 4a lc'2S
.IliS do la
.HWS N. R. R. of M. o. 4a.
. J N. V. K. t J1
l"l .N J V. . I4
.l"t .No Pulfle 4a lo
. M ' do Sa "i
l't N A W. r. 4a 101
III n. . L rfdi 4a H
. M Peon. tonr. avfca IK
. l'4 Reading n a IW!t
. il- St. I. a I. M. c. (a.. lis
C1 St UK 8. r. If 4.
. !.! ft I., a. W. c. 4a ... M.
l"l HatMiard A. L. 4a
. ',4j to Pacific 4 r a
. fl do lat 4a ctfa IM'i
do rol. bs
C v. 81. L, (. 4..lu Sn Ralla a IW4
loio. Ind 6a, oer. A. 72H Tnaa f. Is U
do aertea B.
il.T, SI L AW 4a .. 4
. 7J1 I n Inn Paold" 4a ino4
. im do ennv. 4a 1.1141
l'a f. S Slael Id ia .
.1"1S Wahanh la 114
. ) do deb. B 7
. tiKrn Md. 4a M'a
. i W a L. K. 4a .
Ill iWla. (.antral 4a M
Colo. A So. 4a
1. A H. O 4a
luatlllora' Be.. H
fcria prior lien 4a.
do n. 4a
Ho, kin Val. 4W1.
Ronton Ktork nnd Honda.
BOSTON, Nov. 23 Call loans. 6W? per
cent; time loans, 57 per cent. Official quo
tations on stocks and bunds were as fol
low: Atchlaon dj. 4a
Mri. Central 4a
Hnaton A Albany...
poaton A Maine
ItriKton Rlavatad ....
Mexlcao Central ....
N. Y.. N. H. A H..
Pare Mariuetta ...
I'nlon Pacific ,
Amer. Arc. Chem
Amer. I'nea. Tube...
Amer. T. A T
do pfd . .
Dominion I. A S
Kdlaon Bloc, lllu ...
Oeneral Electric ....
l'nlted Phoe Mach...
I', s. Hteel
'H Adventure ""4
lft,H Alldiiei 11 a
l"4' Allanllc SVa
t"7 Ilinsham 144j
HSU .., -, a llocla .)
'W lOntennlal 174
14.i I copper Rama i'
Paly lAaet 1
34 .Pnmlnlun Coal .... 7a
101 l-ranklln 17S
l Grant -a
4 a l.l. Rovale Tl1
Maaa. Mlnlnl I
7 Ml. hln 14
I4i'4 Mnhawk .'
I"1 Mont C. ft C
l.io Old nonunion
1"4 Purrot it
yuln. y 107
24. shannon 7
la , Tamarack 12S
, la jTrlnlty It
57 t'nltrd Copper XH
. 4H'f. a Mining !,
li'it . . oil
. I il'tah J
. U ( Wll.nl ai,
Weatlng. common ..
London t losing; Stock.
LONDON, Nov. 22. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were as follows:
Conaola. money .
do account ....
.. '. N Y. Central .
M N.irfolk A W..
do pfd 1fn
llallltnora A Ohio li'i
1 anadlan Pactftc 177b
Chaa. A Ohio t'i
Chlcajo Ot. W tils
C, M. A t. P IM
lenver A B. O
do pfd iw.
do lat pfd St
du td pfd 74
llllnola Central lal
Luulavllla A Naah....l5t
M , K. A T J
onlarln A W
... J 14
lo lat prd ,
do Id pfd
" 'Ulhern Pacific ..
nlon Pacific ....
. anlhh 4a
SILVER Bar, teaw
The rata of diacount
, it 13-lrtd per ounce
In the open market
for short liills is 4fj-l 11-14 per cent;
three months' bills, a l.Vlti I per cent.
New York Mining; Stock..
NEW YORK. Nov. f.'t. Cloning quotation
on mining stock wen a follows:
. HO if.lltle Chief
Drunawlck Con ..
Con. Cal. A Va..
hmai! Hopea .
Bank of England Ntntenient.
IjONUON. Nov. 23.-l'he weekly state
ment of the Hank of England ahnws the
following changes: ,
Total reserve. Increased 47-', 000; circu
lation, decreased Ai43.iO; bullion. Increased
428,340; other securities, increased !;,
(i: other deposits. Increased 1.576.llnO;
pufillo deponltn, Increaned 97.ooO; govern
ment securltlen, unchanged; note reserve,
The proportion of the bank a reserve to
liability tnlH week is 41.08; last week It
wa 41.93 per cent.
Ilnnk of France Ntateraent.
PARIS. Nov. S3. The weekly statement
nf the liunk of Fram e show the following
Note In circulation, decreased. M.8.W.000
francs: treasury deposits, Increase. 51,823,000
francs; general deposit. Increased. 24,375,
014) francs; gold in hand, Increaned, 25. CK)
franca; bills discounted, increased, 3,tKiO.84)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, egcluslve of the 150.im0,000 gold
renerve, nhown: Available cash balance,
1133. 53 2.1;; gold coin and bullion, S88.140.B23;
gold certificate, 43,T(,2.9)i0.
OMAHA, Nov. 3 Bnk clearing for to
dy were 21.34,5i'..43. and for tlie corre
sponding date last year Sl.T39.39ti.23.
The date taken for lant year wa the
25th, as Thursday, the 24th, waa Thanks
giving day, which make an apparent loss.
BOSTON, Nov. 23 -WOOL-Trade ha
been Irregular In the wool market. There
continue to lie a good demand for me
dium territory wools, Montana and Wyo
ming being especially active; prices are
steady. A great deal nf interest exist as
to foreign murket becauao of the posslblo
Influence of aetiuiia changes there 011 local
price. Territories are active: pulled wool
are unlet ; foreign grade are firm, le&ding
quotations follow: oiuo ami Pennsylvania.
X. 31'825c; No. 2, 4c4U:; tine unwashed, 28
i29c; quarter blood, unwaalied. 34'u3Bc;
three-eighths blood 34 25c; half blood, XVtf
36c; unwtiNhed, 3('()31c; Michigan fine, uu
wanhed, ZTIj'ec: quarter blood, unwashed,
33li34c; three-eighths blixid. 3384c; half
blood, XuStc; unwashed. 2St; Kentucky.
Indiana, etc., three-eighths and quarter
blood. 24fi15c. Territory: Idaho fine. 22K
23c; heavv Mne. I!eii20c; fine medium, 22a'
2.V; medium, 27Gc: low medium, 2T'f28c;
Wyoming fine. 2'. 11 23c; heavy fine. Ia30c;
fine medium. fflUiMe; medium. 27i28c; low
medium. 27'd2Rc: I'tah and Nevada fine. 23
4i 24c; heavy fine. ls'i 20c; fine medium. 233
24c; medium, 271ic; low medium. 25''?y';
Dakota fine. 22'u2tc; fine medium, 22423o;
medium. 27'a28c: low medium. 2Ttt2c; Mon
tana tine, choice, 2t'.a27c; fine average, Wf
2fM-; tine medium, choice 2.fl27c; average,
24'y'Jfic; maple, 27'h2:'; medium choice,
BT. I,(riS. Nov. 23. WOOI-Steady: me-
dliini grades, combing and clothing. 2G'd30c;
light tine. 21fi2Uc; neavy line, igjic; iuo
NEW YORK. Nov. 23 -COFFEE -Market
f.ir futures opened steady al unchanged
prices to an advance of five polnla In re
sponse to steadv French cables and smaller
Jiindlahy receipt. Switching continued the
chief cource of activity, but gi-neral de
mand seemed to be Improving somewhat
on bullish private cable from Havre and
the smaller movement, and th market
ruled generally steady. Th close wa
steady and unchanged to five point higher.
Sales were reported of l."4.ru bag, of
which about 7.(X0 bag were switches.
Transactions Included December, at &oc;
March, t yq4i May, .06o; July. 7.2-o;
SeptetiTTier. 7 4V, and October, 7 4t7 koc.
Spot Hlo steady; No. T Invoice, I 5-lo.
IJxeraioal Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL Nor. 22-WHKAT-Ppot.
firm; No. 2 red. wetern winter. M 7Vd.
Future, oulet; December, 4 11 VI; March,
Ca Pad: May. f Id. .
CORN Spot, dull; American mixed, la
Id. Future, steady; January, 4 4Sd;
Match. 4 twd.
PEORIA. Nov. 21.CORN-Flrm: No. f
yellow. 4-'V; No. f. 4-4'; No. 4, 4le.
OATS t'nehanged. No. 1 white, 2v,c; No.
4 white TlOda'.-Sc.
WftiisKY-oa bl of flto (or DnUhed
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Light Eun of CaUla-Variet ActWa and
Steady to Strong.
HOG MARKET ACTIVE, STEADY TO STRONG
I. lant Rnn of aheep, rrlth Kat Ibeep
steadr to trng-Feedln heen
and Inan In Light Denanaa
t Somewhat haded Price.
SOfTH OMAHA. Nov. 22, 1
Receipt wre: Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Ofeinlnl Mondav S W4 2.3M 14.134
Official Tuesday 2.3 7.044 17. 13
Official Wednesday S.iwa 7.18S 1.77
Official Thursday 2.2"0 7.0"10 7.0iK)
The week thus far HUlSS 24 8H 40 104
Same day Innt week... .26.0SJ 19.831 M.eo
Same week before 31.703 21. 4M 82, ?0
Same three weeks ago..31.47S 23.S27 71.RS2
Same four we-k ago... .24 4:'3 1S.7 rVn
Same day last year 20,9e?l 30.220 29.7'J
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
Th following table shows the receipt of
catlle. bogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, comparing with last
1. 104 Inc
Cattle 9-1 Wo 541 7o.tr
I046.81S 8.42. JS 1S.4W
Bteep 1,870.672 1.041,233 22J 239
The following table show the averg
price of hog at South Omaha for th last
verl day, with comparison:
Pat. I 1J06. 11904. 11003. :190'.I1901J1.10.!189.
I. ..I 4 84VI 4 Ml I 661 6 73! 4 Ml 4 Ot
t ..I 4 m 4 841 4 !! IS 721 4 fl 4 04
4 r?v. w 4 7 b;i 4 u) 4 04
4-..I 4 8l 4 Kill '4 T! 6 491 K 3I I 4 02
I 4 88 ' 4 74' S 811 f 711 4 Ml
4 rm I 4 73' 8 fit! 8 711 4 H4l 4 01
T...I 4 83! 4 0 4 781 Ml 6 081 4 7I 4 01
... 4 81 I 4 Si 1 J 44: 6 7I 4 711 4 OS
-I 4 7 14 71 4 801 IS74I4WI4M
10.. 4 791 4 971 4 871 6 351 I 4 74' 4 03
II. . 4 SIT, 4 8l 4 81 8 Mil S 721 I 4 02
12.. I 4 801 4 83' 8 101 3 nit 4 84'
13.. 4 797,1 . I 4 Mi HI 8 4 74 3 M
14..! 4 73 I 4 ! 4 B7I ft fsl R 4 87' 1 92
15. .1 4 71HI 4 Ml I 32i 6 87' 4 85i 8 1
K..I4SF. I 4 1.2' 4 8ft! I 8 S31 4 90' 3 M
17..I4 87 I 4 71) 4 481 8 411 1 4 8?l 9 7
"..I 4 87M 4 81 4 391 8 311 8 12 88
..l I 4 831 4 481 8 291 8 83 i 4 781
20.. 4 R8 I I 4 48' 281 B 731 4 7RI 8 88
21.. I 4 87' 4 441 8 241 8 811 4 7l 3 89
4 4 V 4 81' 18 261 8 7f.' 4 781 3 K
4 491 4 311 I 6 ti 4 78 8 Si
RANGE OF PRICEP.
4 1M14 974
4 Vvf4 90
St. Ixnils ..
Sioux Cltv .
Th follow tne fanl show tne price paid
at the river market for cattle:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers 2-"i.?8r8.ri0
Pair to Rood corn-fed steer. fi.faXT8.2fi
Common to fair corn-fed steer.... 4.orv7M.ni1
Hood to choice range beef ateers.. 4 !5ft4.riO
Fair to good range beer teer 8.801T4 V
flood to choice cows and heifer... 2.88'f 4 .80
Fair to good cow and helfera....'. . 2 .8013. an
Fair to good western cow I.512.7R
Canner and cutters 1.7813 80
Oood to choice stnekers feeders. 3.7.14 10
Fair f' eoorl .tniroi-. ncl feeder. 3 00ta3.60
The Official number of car of toek
orougni 111 today by each road wn:
, . Cattle. Hoks
C. M. St. P 6
I'nlon Pacific Svntem 83 14
C N. W. (East! 1.1
C. & N. W. tWestl 17 33
C., St. P . M 0 8 8
C., R. A Q. (East) 4
C., R. A (). (West) 30 21
C, H. I P. (East) 3 2
C, R I. P. (Weat)
Chicago Oreat Western .... 1 !
Total receipt 92 108 2H
The disposition of tlie day- receipt was
a follows, each buyer purchasing th
number of head Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co 168
Swift and Co 3S8
Cudahy Packing Co 57.4
Armour A Co 222
Cudahy P. Co., Sioux Cy
Swift and Co., Country
Armour & Co.. Denver.. lOf)
I ohnian Co 358
W. I. Stephen K,
Hill & Son 5
Huston & Co 40
Hamilton & Rothachlld. . 85
D. F. Hum S3
Mike Haggerty 42
J. B. Hoot & Co AS
Other buyers 311
Totl 2.410 7.WG
The following list shows th number of
cars of feeder shipped to the country yes
terday and their point of destination: ..
Fred Shnttleworth. Oakland. Ia. R. T 2
C. F. Thlele 8011. Adair. Ia R. 1 1
Sam Bniightroni. Essex. Ia Q 1
H K. Kugltt, M'-Paul, la. 0 6
W. A. Rankin. Tarkio, Mo Q 1
Warren Oregorv, Tabor, la. 0 1
(7eorge I.anr. Westborg. Mo. Q 1
F. H. Wilkinson. Northhoro. Ia. Q 2
Fred Lucas. I'nadllla-B. M 1
C. J. Anderson. Ithaca B. M 1
Hllilenbrand C. Enatls-R. 4V M 1
L. F. lllrk, Seward R. A M 1
Fred Blake, Jr.. Haatln B. A M 1
L. D. Watson. Pllger-F. E 1
Strand Bron.. Stanton. Neb.-F. R 1
C. IOrenon. Winner F. E 4
M. F. Morton. Fairfax. 8. D.-F E 2
John McCarthy. Jeffernon. Ia. IT. W 2
M. Erlinon. Wahoo II. P 1
Oihb At Clark. Rloomfleld-M. 0 2
Walter Moodv. Summit la. Wnb I
Freehout H., Summit. Ia. Wah 2
W. J. McMillan. Blanchard, I. Wab
.1. C. Hill. Adel. Ia.-MIl 1
Wood A R.. Waeoner, 6 D.-MIl 2
Shea Bron . Neola. Ia.-Mil 1
Johnson A .. Anies I'. P 2
f). II. Crumley, Shelton I". P 2
Oeorge Melsner. Shelton I. P 2
John Innes, Iexlngton I". P. 1
CATTLE There wa a very light run of
cattle today, only 100 cr with a total of
2.500 head being received up to noon. The
four day- supnlv foot up 18.7n8 bead,
which la about 000 head nmuller than the
receipt for the first four day of laat
week and is also considerable less thn the
run for the corresponding four day of the
week one year aro. A a general rule the
quality of the offering was rather on th
Inferior order. Then. too. trln were late
gain and at 10 o'clock a third of the stock
was mill out.
There were no beef teer of any cone
nuence on ale today, while the demand
from dressed beef men wa very good and
prt'-es were generally very well sustained.
There was practically no native-fed stock
on the market and fliere were only a few
loads of short-fed or warmed-up cattle In
sight. The most of the stuff received wa
ranee cattle and It waa mostlv of rather
Inferior quality. However, the demand
made by the buyer wa active and good
choice stock found readv sale at price
that were generally eteudy lo strong.
The supplv of oows and heifers wa
rather limited and deirnbe tock met with
readv sal at price that wer In most
rane steady to a little atrong. There wa
good demand for the better kind of cattle
and that cla found readv sale at atrong
price, whit the common and medium
grade went at tead price.
There was reanonable active trade on
stoekere and feedera and orlces continue
to hold steadv and strong for all offering
of good quality. The run of feeder today
wa small, nur tne nemanu waa tiv
both by countrv buyer arid yard specu
latora. As haa been the ease lately rough
heavv grade went largely to the killer,
hut the good lightweight grade and vear
linga found ready sale at steady to strong
price. Representative sale
It 4 . . . .
4 SO 14
I M 1
HO I tl
114 I 19
1X4 I M
la I Tl
. f7 f ub 1 cow....
. kit 2 It I cow...
Charles Ehler 8. D
2S it44rl.,..lH7 170 Hmm.,,
11 ter....lll4) IM lri.v
I steer... .12.KI too SfMN4ern..'V
r- A. Jticget! - a. rj ,
1 feeder... S3)
1 aloo ...
Ill t.i .- a
'1 cow IrV)
t rnn..,,. leal
1 cow fc.l
I cuw b.t
23 steer.. ..U21 S
M ; i
t bull Iiwo i -,
10 beif .. ko,
1 fder... li .
10 cow s.
i 8 cm
8 con n. . .
Ill cows, ..
17 steere. .
31 con s
41 steers ... lfi 3 4)
M'-Oliw hlln -Colo
3 '.'.I l' feeders.. !.J 3 3.".
3 ; 14 steers ..1C
3 40 3 feeders . 9i
3 2 (eeders. . 9 ,'8
3 30 steers. ...118.'
l."2 steers., ion 3 50 31 eteers. .. 1C1
HOOS The run of hogs this morning nan
of moderate proportions nnd the larger por
tion of the stock was In In fairly good
season. The reieiptn for the week, total
?4.7Kd head, which is about J.000 hi nd larger
than the run for the first four days of last
week. The market started out In pretty
fair shape and t the opening was rntlu r
In the sellers' favor The trade at tne open
ing was fairly active and the market was
steady to a trifle stronger than yesterday's
About two-thirds of the receipts sold with
the market In the hbove mentioned condi
tion, after which the trade eased off slightly
nnd from then on the market was Inclined
to drag a little and prices were a little
lowtr than at the opening. The bulk of the
sales today took place at $4 6,aii4.71, with
the loppy loads selling mostly at 4 Tic.
The general trade finally nettled down so
that the verage for the day ill be almost
teady with that of yesterday.
Nn At. h. FY. No A 8b Ft
74 rsi i 4 n 7 :' i?i in
i Ut 4 I )! 7 MJ M 4 1!
44 y Mil 4 l4 X!i ... 4
44 11 140 I KH aa Hit Id 4 M
44 Sit ... 4 U'a 7" !6 l 4
M 4 4 a 47 It 14ft 4 44
44 J Sim 4 Ml ?7 Ifci 4 K
47 t: J'Kl 4 S tl 37 1M 4
74 .I.V7 It ID 41 2M to 4 46
41 ITS till 4 M ( 3e . . 4 7'4
44 J4 ln 4 5 tM SM 4 471,
U S.M 140 4 tW .l IH o 4 471,
M I'M ... 4 C4 48 IM ... 4 t4j
tl t4d 4 47 SSI an 4 7ii
71 4t ... 4 fl 4 144 lti 4 T't
S4 J41 40 4 ti 4 174 . . 4 T
I 1 . . 4 n 44 J' in) 4 411,
47 HO 1(10 4 7 1 ... 4 7r
44 IIKI ... 43 M U 41 4 7 4
74 131 (I IK 43 fM 40 4 7i-,
73 117 ! 4 4.'. M 317 4n 4 7',
44 JJI 40 4 45 7:' 40 4 47',
M 771 40 4 45 44 31 4" 4 4H,
47 S3 ISO 4 at, n at". 120 4 47H
41 1 40 4 44 71 211 40 4 47 v
40 241 U'O 4 4ft 8t. 3U 411 4 47',
8 Sll an 4 as 3 27 Ml 4 47",
4ft Ml 3 TO 4 46 M 301 140 4 47 L,
70 H 200 4 44 74 :31 ... 47',
41 116 ... 4 41 71 ? ... 4 70
41 114 40 4 45 74 (44 40 4 To
71 114 ... 4 411 10 1.s ... 4 70
47 1TI ... tli 14 IU 40 4 70
M r4 40 4 S
SHEEP Theie were only iwenly-seveu
cat reported In this morning Receipt for
the four dav foot up to to.iirti head, which
Is about 7,000 short of arrivals for the first
four day of last week. Not many largo
runs of sheep are expected for a while
now, a the season for range sheep i
practically over and It Is an yet a lit 11 too
early for much fed stock to come In.
Today's limited offerings were made up
mostly of feeder sheep, with a small run
of ft stuff. There was a reasonably good
demand for fat tock on the part of the
local packers, n tljey were apparently
looking for some good choice stun suitable
for their purposes, with which lo supply
their local trade. Rut there wan very little
choice stock In. and as the result the mar
ket was slow and dull, but what little fat
kind of sheep was In sight sold readily (it
prices that were generally steady to a little
strontf In spot.
The receipt of feeder sheep were mod
erate, but the arrival were, generally
speaking, not of the best quality, being
rather on the Inferior order except for 11
few pretty choice bundle. There wan
quite a supply of feeder lamb on sale to
day and some of them looked pretty nice
and found sale at prices that were lust
about steady with yesterday's market.
Trade waa dull and uninteresting, with the
market slow and generally stendy.
Quotations on fat heen and lambs: Ooo1
to choice fed lamb. 56 7fyff '.25; good to
choice range lambs. Sfl.W7 on; good to
choice yearling wether. S"i 265)6.65 . irood to
choice old wether. S5.0uigG.b0; good to choice
old ewe. S4.50r5 00.
Quotation on feeder heep and lamb:
Oood feeding, S5.25ft6.T6; good feeding year
ling, S4.75fi6 2t: good feeding wethei. 4 75
-. 00; good feeding ewe. 13.4043.75; breed
ing ewe, S4. 25.34. 80.
No. Aver. Prlc.
459 Wyoming ewe feeder
2.003 Wyoming ewe feeders...
163 Wyoming Iamb
feeder. . .
78 Nebraska ewes ,
318 Wyoming lamb feeders...
735 Wyoming lamb feeders...
1,263 Wyoming lamb feeders.
41 Nebraska lamhs
C'HICAftO LIVE STOCK JHHKKT
nnd Hon Stendy Sheep
CHICAOO. Nov. 23. CATTLE Receipt ,
8.500 head: market teadv; common to prime
, steers, S2.9ni8.fiO; cows, S2.tMl4.2n: heifer.
S2.oryiiS.00; bulla. 2.orv7j4.00: stocker and
feeders. $2.1M4.16: calve. S2 0o4i7.ini.
HOGS Receipts. 25.0W head; market gen
erally steady; good to prime heavy. St .KSir
4.96; medium to good heavy. ii.'Mi 4.86;
etrong weight butcher. S4.a5'i l.iMj; good to
choice heavy, mixed, f4.70fg4.HO; pocking,
SHEEP AND IAMB3-Recepts. 16.0M0
bead; market higher: sheep. 23.75415 50; vear
Ungs, So.6o4i4i.00; spring lambs, pi.TMiT to.
Kanana City I.lve f4tock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 23. -CATTLE- Re
ceiptg, ti,3a head, including 600 aouthern;
market steady to strong: choice export and
dreesed beef steer. S".(Vfi() 00; fair to good,
S3. 506.00; western steers, 12.75ti4.50: stock
era and feeder. f2.4od4.2S; southern teers,
f2 40fo4 08; soul hern cow, Sl.75iQ2.0H: native
cow, f .?54t4l aft; native heifer. S2. 50 5.00;
hull S2.onri3.50: calve. S2. 25'u U.nO.
HOOS Receipt. 10.500 head; market
strong and active: top. S4 82H: bulk of
sale, fl.704t4.8o; heavv, f4.76ti4.82'4; pack
er. S4. 7244.82',; pig and light. S4.46fr'
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. ;.ht)
bead; market firm; native lambG. SriiV"
7.10; weatern lamb, f3.26A7.H0: ewes and
vearllngn. SI.25il6.tio; western (lipped Vear
lingn, f.'i.00Tj5.f'O; western aheep, S4.Xfio.jO:
stocker and feeder, S3.504.50.
St. I.onl I.lve Ntork Mnrkrl.
ST I1CIS. Mo.. Nov. 23. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 2,.V head. Including UOO Texann;
market ytrorg; native shipping and export
steers, S4.0O4i8.1n'; dressed beef and butcher
nteern. il.Hfii 5.85: steer under l.Otai pounds.
S2.iio1i4.25: stoiker and feeders. I2.ia4i3.il0:
con and lielfi-rs. S2.ft4.4": canner SI. 76
fi2i; bulla. 82!rMi3 15: cnlven. S't "foT.;5:
Texan and Indian steers. S2.104j3.75; cow
and heifers. sg.oo'ut.Oo.
MOOS Recelnts. 9.500 bead: market
steady: plgx and light. f4. 303(4.86; pa'ker.
S4.50it.l0: butcher and best heavy. 84.75'
SHEEP AND LAMBS - Receipts. 2.000
bend: market steady: native muttons.
S4 (HKK5.40: lamb.
bucks. I3.(iO'.3 50;
St. Joseph I.lve stork Market.
SOITH ST. jriSEPH. Mo., Nov. 23
CATTLE Itecelpt. 2 HOD liend: mnrket
steady; natives, S3oVti(l.l0: cows and
hellers. fl.5"iH.ft6; tinkers and feeder.
HOOS Receipt. 7.9X3 head: market
ateady; light. ft. 8514. 75; medium and
heavv. S4.7o"w4 82'4.
SHEEP AND I.AMU8 Receipts, none.
tlon I'ttir l ive Mock Market.
KIOCX CITY. Ia . Nov. 23 (Special Tele
gram ) CATTLE Receipts. 500 head. Mar
ket steady: beeves. 84 ( .ft 5 65; cow, bull
nd mixed, S2WuS26: vtockei and feeder,
t2 75fl3 86; calve and yearlings, f.' tiffT3 26.
Hoi jH Receipts. 4.70 head Market a
shade higher, selling at S4 tkrfcl T5; bulk of
fork la aigbl.
Receipt of live stock at the six principal
western market yenterday:
South Omaha 2.2
Hloux City 8i4i
Kanna City .3oo
St. Ixnil 2 fxio
St Joseph 2.'
21,000 44.0.13 3l.5iU
NEW Yf)Rrf. Nov. 22 -METAI -Ther
wa tn tdvauce of about 2 ttd In th
Ixindon tin market and th Iocs I Viarket
wa firm. With spot guoted at f.U kill H.78.
Spot wa quoted at a. 154 and future at
,!5J In tb London market Copper wa
romewh. irregular in tie English market,
cloning at ATS l1 for :. i k nd St X76 for
fuiuri-s. Iuciilly tl- - ' . .iin la reported
V el y tiim ul.d - Kerierally higher,
lanit l.j..i; i ! i . : i W 27. eW-ciro-
Ivic at .;; . .. ii t'Mii.K nt fi "i'y-t
1" o' I.... I i - .Mi r in l.n.lon. ('Hihii.4
. i tl. : ..iliy th. ii.uiMt't ci.iii,iti..a
r V.. I Q'iUUltlOl.N Idl.l. K I'.I4
1 '. t . : i-orilit u to i u 1
endy a. i 4'.
- j. .1
e a 4:yl
, .r-. 1
southern foundry at 218 .V4US.75 and No. J
southern foinalrj nl l I' '-V.
ST. MM' IS. Not. .t. Mi: I'M S -Uii'l,
higher. $. 8c. Six Iter, steady. V 'V.
IIMIIH WIIOI K.MI.K 1HHKKT.
t oadlllnn tf Trade nnd Dnotntlnn on
ample nnd Pnnr Prodnpp.
i.'ji;a. j'resh receipts, cnridled stock. '.:c.
I.IVK POC1.THV - Hens. 'kc:
tui keys, 15c; dock. "ii
chickens. 9o; g-ese. rri
HI "IT I K- Packing sitx-k. ter; choice to
fancy dairy, IV11IV. creamery, iiu;:!".',
print's, l't'. .
SI'OAR Standard ginnulnted. In bbts ,
t.M'1 ier oa!.: cules. IVM ier wt : cut
loof I'l 30 pr cwt.; No 1! extra C. bag
or bbln . t.8:i per cwt : No. 10 extr C,
bags onlv. 21 To per cwt.: No IT. ellnw,
bags onlv. M.tw pet" cnt.; XXX poadered.
li i'.i per eta t.
buffalo, dressed. 9c; p.
white bans, dressed, l.v
scaled and ilrenned Sc;
Iivfjllc: halibut. 13c;
,-keiel, dressed. 8Sc;
; nunflnli. c; perch,
pike, 10c; catflnh.
l,..m lie' iTilli.
' 13c: red snapper. 1(V
duilheads. lie: black
: l ien. 12c: eels. 18.
ps. Tic- wnitensn. i-c; iron i-i". 1
... Ii iHiara. green. a.c
noi if ia
lobsters, 30e: had roe. 45c; bluertsh. 15c;
heti lng. 4c.
It A i Prices quoted by
company No. 1 upland. $7
medium, I. jo;
con me. SO.
HUAN-Per ton. S14.M.
TROPICAL KRI IT.
ORANdl-'f California Navels, all slsia.
JCtf-iin 75; Florida, all sir.es. ,i.n"na m.
l.KMONS Lrmnnler. extra fancy.
l.e, SS: 3") and 3i allies. SkW.
ItM'KS-Per bo of 30 I -lb. fke , 82.
llallowell. Ill 70-lb. boxes, per. lb. IVi
lmita. Muffed. 1-IK pKgn.. per no.
FltiS California, per lo-ltv carton,
t.-.- 1,,,,,.,. ir-ii rimvrna. 4-crown. 12c;
crown. 14o. .,,-,
PAN ANAS Per niedltini - led buncn,
tl. 75-02.25. Jumbo. S2.5ofti.VOO.
PEARS Lawrence and Mount Vernon.
S2.M': l'e Ango. S2 75.
APPLES-Ren Davis and VUnps .In
Viol bbln. S4'': I" bushel Imnketn, SI .ti;
i allfornla Hellllowers SI .(-: ' T"l"rt" v'.'hT
than and C.rllllen (Vilden. S2 25; New -otK
apple. S4-50 per tira.
; 4PKS-l'okavs. per 4-basket
Imported Malagas. e-VnO-riS-'V.
t llAN PERRIES Jersey, Sll W per
Hell and Rugle. S12.K'.
POTATOES-New, per bn., .WlflOc
ONIONS- -Home-grown ellow. l-d
white per bu . 80c ; Spanish, per crate,
WAX PEANS-Per bu.. basket,
string beans, per 4j-bti. box. 25i)3..c.
1N8-Niivv, per bu., Shf
(TITMPKK8- Per bu.. l..v"iii
CABI'AOK Home grown
In crates, per in.. IV'.
HEF.TS -New, P'T bu., iOc.
CELERY Kalotnnroo, per
..m i. -r. & n'i ,l.-ia VI , u
r w r. r. I r " 1 n 1 u ..t
l.o bbl . S2 50.
CAT 1.1 KloWF.R - Ter crate,
TOM ATOES-Callfomla, per
lbs., S2 50.
REEF CI TS.
v.. 1 rih Hue: No. 2 rib. 8t,c: No.
80': Nn. 1 loin, loc; No. 2 Inln. lOVar
loin, Hc; ran. 1 n" - .
ir.- Vn x ehucks. 3c : No. 1 round.
7c: No. 1
r,.iind liUc. No. 3 round. 6Wc; No. 1
4c: No. 2 plate. 3c; No. 3 plate. 2Sc
( '1 DER Per keg, f.1.75; per bbl . Sii.T.7.
HONEY New, per 24 lb , S3. 50.
CHEESE SwIsh, new. Sc; Wisconsin
brick. 14c: Wisconsin llmherger, 13c; twins,
14U,i ;' voting Americas, 14Ve.
jJl'TS Walnut.- No. 1 soft shell, new
crop per lb.. 154- hard nhelln. per lb., 13Ve.
I'eciii. Inige, per lb.. 14c; amnll, per Hi ,
l"e Peanut, per lb.. 7c; roaxted, per li.,
8c chill walnut, per lb., l2ti1.T,c. AlmoniN.
soft nhelln. per lb., 17c; hard shells, per
lli , 15c. Bhelllinrk hickory nuts, per bu.,
S2 25' large hlckorv nuts, per bu.. SI. So.
Chestnut. 15c per lb Cocoa nut, S1.50 per
sack of 100.
HIDES No. 1 green. (', No. 2 gren. 8c;
No. 1 milted. 1Hc; No. 2 salted. 9',c; No. 1
veal calf. 11c; No. 2 veal calf, 8c: dry
salted. 7'iil4.-: sheep pelts, 25irS100; hornj
agar nnd Molnnse.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28 Sl'fl A R Ra w,
firm; fair refining. 2 In-buliac: centrifugal.
98 tent 3Hfa3 9-1c; molasnen nugar. 2 11-18V
2.c. Refined. teady: No. 0. 4 loc: No. 7.
4tffc; No. 8, 4.00c; No. 9. 3 95c; No. 10. 3ie;
No. 11. 3.85c; No. 12, 3sOo; No. 13, 2 75c; No.
14, S.75c; confectioners' A. 4.56c: mould A,
6.05c; cut loaf, 54oc; crushed. R4oc: now.
dered. 4 80: granulated. 4.70c; cubes, 4 95.
MOLASSES Firm : New Oilcan open
kettle, good to choice, 3ni38e.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 23 SCO AR Mr
kt steady; open kettle, centrifugal. 3W
S 15-b!c; centrifugal whltea. 31t.1c; yellow,
Stv'SHc: Hecnnds. 3(B3 3-1(io.
MO,A8SES-Open kettle, Z4f32o; ayrup.
Oil and lloaln.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. Oil 4-Cotton ed
oil env; prime yellow. 284iff-1Vio.
ROSIN Nominal: strained common !
good. $4 00. Tiirpenllne quiet. 034ii4c aaked.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Nov. 23 Ol l-Turpn-tlne.
firm at Olio.
ROSIN-Nothlng doing; A. R. C. 24 26;
P.. f4.30: E.. S4.46; F . S4 70; O . $4.75: II..
S4.80; I.. S4 85: K 85 00; M., f-Vlli; N t530;
W. O . 86 56; W. W . S.. 85.
OIL CITY. Pa.. Nov. tS. Credit balances.
81.51. Shlmnents. 131.715: average. 86.440.
Runs, 90.727; average, fi? (3. Shipments:
Lima, 38.301: average, 58.455. Runs: Lima,
63.69C; average. 43.180.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22 COTTON Snot
closed Bteady, 10. points higher; middling
upland. 11.75c; middling gulf, 12.00c; sales,
LIVERPOOL. Nov. ?3 COTTON-Spot
oulet; Prices 5 points lower: American mid
dling fair. .51d; good middling. 61d; mid
dling, il.oikl; low middling. 67d: good ordi
nary, 6id; ordinary. 8 F3d. The aalea of the
day were 8,flo0 bale, of which Son were for
speculation nnd export and Included 7.000
Amerlcun. Receipt were 21.000 bale. In
cluding So.fioo American. .
ST. IjOI'IS. Nov. 23. COTTON -Firm ;
middling. 11.58c; sales. 5X7 lialen; receipt
I. 2O0 bale; shipments, 44 bale: tnek, 20.817
NKII, r:TTP3 TH 49FKB8,
Th following deed were fllod for tec-nil
on November 23
II. K. Rurkelt and wife to J. A. Free
laml. lot 15. block 2. Pa. block place, .f .1.500
W. H. Jackson and wire to Helen V.
Russell, lot 41. Stewart Place
M. A. Plllsbury and wife to Mary A.
and W. J. Outhwalle, lot 13, block I,
J. W. Petera to Mary Carnoil. lot S,
Twentieth and Amen avenue add .
11. A. Curtis, executor, to Rachel
Dudley, lot 14, block 118. rk'Ulh
Isabella H. Jonea and bu:liiind to IA'.
M tiuntou, lot 28, block 17, orchard
John Berth and wile to
derMfeld, nl!H, feet lot 8,
lu iii-W ne
Llllle E. J. Havrna to llatlle A. Hui
enn. lots lo and 11. Wlndnor Place...
Ernent 8weet and wife to W. C And
Enirna I Yoder, 6o feel of lotn I,
2 and 3. block 2. Built hnli add
C. H. Paul anil wife lo O. K. Stod'
lard, loin H nnd 9, block K. Hauiidcr
A II. n add
(JI'IT CLAIM DEEDS.
Eftle D. Wend and hiinband to Camilla
irugh, aublot of lot 4, Rugau'g
Total amount of transfci ...
Von Dorn Grain Co.
Chicago Board of Trad
Omaha Grain Eichanj.
Grain and Provisions
Bought and sold for cash or future di'llvnjf
Receiver and HlilpM-r
tit nd 230 HOARD OF TRADE Kl.lHi.
Tel. !'" OMAHA
-gaa4 Fr Hl4a sn4 a will tn 1 R "n
'r Hob 4.(V 'Inn (or 4 nal 4.nii
Mneal Rob ;i.KO 44 Le t oil I.4M
W ) 4 Ill4a tor Har umi an4 l.ie lai'i.
W suarmnlaa twal arnr 4n 4li scats n for
l,la( an Hhlpelu 3 aa Caah V lor Hitaa ae4
furs. V)a ra(er X li Flral Nallvual liana
Omaha Robe 4V TaniH( Co..
Hickory and tud. Ut Onuiha. N'eh
F. D. Day & Co.
toka. Grain. trovlalttt
Dial) Voiar litali. 4 t
ra.teh 4iri. Ilo-ill t i..i -,f ln.
Pl.iu , riniati. H .. . eS- .
r i 4 fmin.M ,.
I .( 'I bun .
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