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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1905.
TRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
er Fmei En Througa Whole List
WHEAT DAMAGE IN ARGENTINA DENIED
Flae Wntktr and Xo Drmul Makes
Corn F.asy Lighter Receipt of
Oats Are Expected Phenora
! Floar DhIicm,
northern, 79'ec: December, TTjc;
arrive and on track, Jc.
CHICAGO GIIA1. ANU PttOVUIOM
.. OMAHA, Nor. IS, 1H
The market -n ratber heavy, an there
we nothing In the newa hloh particu
larly favored the buying aide. Argentina
weather la favorable for nntmini the
wheat crop and cables today Indicate there
?. been no appreciable damage to wheat.
the movement the last week was 8.121.WO
bushels, which Is 1.710,000 buehels more than I
for the corresponding week last year. Liv
erpool was steady, varying from "td lower
to Wd higher. Influenced by tiie moderate
clearances from this country. "
Fine weather, an easier cash market and
no demand gave a lower range of values
to corn. Trade was light the bulk of the
dsy and the tone waa heavy. Under exist
ing conditions the trad does not see any
thing but lower prices eventually. Liver
pool was a shade lower at the close.
Oats were off with wheat and corn.
Lighter receipts are probable and the esti
mate for local arrivals Monday Is 275 cars,
which Is small, considering that there will
be Sunday Inspection on four roads. De
mand Is good.
Teeember wheat closed at MViC, May at
$aV,o and July at tvdt2Hc
December corn closed st 43"i,e, old De
cember at 4SVic, May at W843c and July
Oats closed with December at 2Bo, May
at 3lHftH4o and Julv st 8nsT304c.
Clearances were 237,000 bushels of corn,
162,000 bushels of oats, S3. 0(0 bushels of
wheat and 17,000 barrels of flour. Prlmsry
wheat, receipts were 1,467.000 bushels and
shipments 852.000 bushels, against receipts
last year of 1,078,000 bushels and shipments
of 499,000 bushels. Corn receipts were f.99,00
bushels and shipments 4,ono bushels,
sgnlnet receipts last year of f6,000 bushels
and shipments of 400.00O bushels.
Australian wheat shipments this week
were 224,000 bushels, against 2O6.000 bushels
last week and 352,000 bushels Isst year.
Cash business Ir. Chicago yesterday wss
aS.flOO bushels of wheat, 243.00 bushels of
corn. Including 68.000 bushels for export by
the southwest, end 25O.0OO bushels of OHts.
Export sales of corn st Chicago were
64.000 bushels and of oats 175.000 bushels.
A Toronto exporter wlrer: "We were
quite astonished today In sentiment with
reference to the grain markets. Quite
early there was a change In our rubles
which made us believe the bottom of the
market had been readied. We received
twelve cables todav, bids for Manitoba
m-h-.! In nil . n -1 i r. r , u HMla V, I ,T . thn
market, but If they should Improve to
morrow we should be ."l.solutely convinced
that the market Is on the bottom nnrt that
something better Is going to be the out
come In general."
From the Inter Ocean: "Argentina news
can be counted on for trie next thirty dus
or more as an Individual fsctor In Hie
wheat market. Like all crop scares, there
will be t'lentv of reports of both kinds.
"The flour business In the northwest and
southwest has reached phenomenal pro
portions the Inst ten days. Washburn
Crosbv sold 118 noo barrels, almost a week's
run. rillsburv made large sales. The es
timates of the three -tutes were eoual to
700.000 barrels, or sbout 8,000,000 bushels of
wheat, some of the flour being for export."
Oman Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 8 hard, 1 car, 79c; No. 3
hard. 1 cor. 78c; No. 4 hard. 1 car, 7?e.
COHN-No. 4. 2 cars. 87c.
RYE No. 3. 1 car, 6tHc
Ofnaba Cash Prices,
WHEAT No. I hard. TiWqWc; No. 3
hard, 74'78c; No. 4 hard, 6Hi4c; No. 2
spring, 78c; N- 3 spring, 74ti77o.
COKN No. j, 19c; No. 4, 36'V836c; no
grade, 34f(,36c; No. 3 yellow, 39c; No. 3
OATS No. 3 mixed, 274e; No. 3 white,
!8Hc: No. 4 white, 27WS8c.
RYE No, 3. 61c; No. 2. 63c.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
....10J 247 14
91 114 6
Features it the Trading, aad (leslas
Prleea na Board ol Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 36. Increased receipts of
wht-at In tne northwest caused sn easy
undertone In the market here. At tne close
wneut for May delivery was oft V" Corn
Was down -uic. Oats showed a loss of
Vac Provisions were a shade to TVkC
i ne, wheat market opened at a slight de
cline, the May option being off 8 'C to
o at 64 to 8io'C. Pit tradois and
commission houses were moderate sellers,
bearish sentiment was due chiefly to the
liberal movement of new wheat in the
northwest, supplemented by the clear
weather In that section of the country. The
large deliveries at Minneapolis and Duluth
caused a considerable decline in tne price
of wheat on the curb at Minneapolis, and'
this decline In turn had a tnd ncy to
dproes price here. News regarding the
wheat crop of Argentina waa conflicting.
Advices received early In the day were to
the effect that estimates on the clop are
being greatly reduced. The reports bi ought
out a fair demand, resulting in n sligiit
rally, sales of May behig made at 871c.
Later a message from Uuenus Ayres re
ceived by a Minneapolis trade journal
stated that, the damage by frost was slight
and that It would have no perceptible ef
fect on the wheat crop. This view of the
situation In the South American republic
dispelled all bullish sentiment and caused
a recurrence of the early weakness. Large
firimary receipts were an additional bcar
sli influence affecting the market late in
the session. During the day the price of
May declined to Mc. The close was easy
with May at StKiSiS'jo. Ctearatn.es of wheat
and flour weie equal to 159,00 bushels.
Primary receipts were l,467,0t bushels
against 1.078.0110 bushels a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 1.046 cars against 949 cars last
week and 740 csrs a year ago.
The corn market was weak throughout
the day and the volume of trading was
NEW YORK STOCKS AND B0NDi
Trading it CompirttiTtly Quiet md Price
IfoTeintnt is filugjish.
BANK STATEMENT CAUSES RECOVERY
Rise Is Only Moderate
l.ate Reaetloas Make
(losing Ratber Irregular.
NEW YORK. Nov. 23 Trading a as com
paratively quiet and thu movement of prices
siue,gisn pievluus to tne publication ol Uie
ban, statement tooay. A general recovery
followed, which was modci ate on tne av
erage, and some lata reactions made the
closing rather irregular.
'Ine spectucuiar movement In some stocks
whim nas tx.cn a feature of eacn day this
n k was mane by iennessee Coal today,
nlui an upwaid rush of 8 points, followed
by feverlsn fluctuations. National Lead
added over 3 points to its recent upward
mailt '1 tiers whs a sudden awaaening In
tne Kansas City Southern stocks. Aside
from tne movements of tills class the fluc
tuations were ratner narrow. the RuCK
Island stocks maue furtner sharp declines
on sales of a comparatively small pumper
of snares. The weakness of tneso SlocKs
attracted mucti attention and the numerous
rumors to explain varied all the way from a
purpose of iiinuenuing speculative senti
ment on the part of tnuse In control of the
stuck to a supposition tnat dividends on
the preferred were in danger owing to the
recent poor showings of earnings by tne
company. There was mucn discussion also
of the extent to wiilch slocks nave been
sold during the week by some of tne great
speculative combinations which have led
tne current movement. An Incident of the
day was the sharp break In International
Mercantile Mai ine In tne cui u marad
small. Clear weather throughout the cen-I which win attributed to a report of the
tral west caused selling by pit trud
which resulted In a moderate decline. Ex-
fiort demand win slack and there were
ndlcatlons pointing to sn Increased move
ment. May opened tc to "4ff,c lower at
4.ISTi43c to 4!c. sold oft to 4j-c and
closed at 431'(i-l.'iV. Ixx-al receipts were
247 cars with 7 cars of contract srrde.
The dullnrss In the wheat and corn pits
was also In evidence In the oats market.
The features of the trading was buying
of May by commission houses and further
liquidation In December. Cash and export
demand was slow. The market was slow
from start to finish. May opened a shade
higher at 3rc, sold off to 31-Se and closed
at aij'c'31c. Local receipts were 144
Provisions were firm on fair d'mand
from Investors and shorts. The steady
tone of the hog market was a bullish In
fluence. At the close Mev nork was on
SflTV at $H0iK-(fl3O2i.i. Lard was up 2Vo
hi $7,074. Ribs were a shade higher at
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
12 rats; corn, 519 cars; oats, 275 cars; hogs
The lending futures ranged as follows:
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. low. Close.l Yes y.
J Dec. 441J
Jan. 12 95
May 13 97H
Nov. 7 00
Dec. ( 95
May 7 07H
Jan. 6 fS
May I 6 85
834 83V4 fflffTfc
duiivcr t a war of rales growing out of
oioscnwlon amongst the uerman steamship
lines. Tne pruu of bar eiiver rose aain
to uo4c an ounce, a record not touched, for
seven or eight years paat.
The bana statement showed more than
the exacted gain In cash and besides that
a motiurate loan contraction. Tuts was
taken to demonstrate tnat tne speculation
of the week had been financed largely with
foreian funds and It is known tnat large
amounts have been lent botn fur Paris and
Canadlun accout at the btock exchange
during the wee. The subtreasury trans
ferred to San Francisco another JI.ouo.wjO
tor local account, bringing the total since
Thursday to l,9o0,ix to that destination.
The strength of foreign exchange today
pointed to a cessation of the offerings of
foreign funds hers.
The value of Imports of dry goods and
merchandise at the port of New York for
this week rose to 81b,7t,795. compared with
l3.462,k78 last week, which was said to
make the record up to that dale. This
heavy moement throws light upon the
persistent demand for exchange.
Total ssks of bonds, par vaiue, 81.558,000.
Quotations on thw New York Stock ex
chunge ranged, as follows:
baies. M ig 11 . uiw .v lose.
1W,4;.V0; increase, t4.8T9.3nO: reserve, I'jf.
.vl..', increase, $i.:V'.l'i, reserve required,
..4M.794.4ix'; increase. l-'T.K., surplus' !.16",
.w; inerasc. .Jil.n'if, ex-l.'mted States de
posits, lU.A'N.KTS; Increase, 8ti,JU,8uO.
Sevr York .lonrr Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2V MONEY On call,
nominal: no loans. Time lc:,ns, steady; SO
days. 6 per cent; 8" 'lays. 84j per cent; 6
months, o&fv per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-64
STL Kl.IN'G EXCHANOE-Flrm. with e
tual business 111 bunkers' bills at 14 Ui"
4.M.!o for demand and at 84 s-''!! 4 C.S for
sit-day bills; ixisted rates, 4.Kj4j44 and
84.s7'tf4i'4i commercial hllis. $4.i.s u4 24.
hll.VKK Har, x tc; auxicvn dollars, ouc.
HON OS Government, steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows:
...lMt Jtpio ta wrln
..I J Do 4S, ctfi
.104 ao id tenrs
.11 L. a N. unl. 4i. . .
..l'V-4 Manbaltia c. f U
..p.Sk M.i Ontral 4...
,.Ui in 1ft Inc
.Mi Minn, a St. L. 4s.
.. : Id., K. k. T. 4...
..10.1 N. R. R. ot M. e.
.. s N. Y. C. . '...
..10J N. J. c. it
. .U'S' No. Piclso 4i
.. 1V do is
.. Mn N. A W. c 4a ....
..Ill O. 8. L. rfdf. 4
.. i Fun. coiit. 3S. .
., RMdtng ta. 4i...
.. 77V, St. L. 1. M. c. ,
St. L. ft f . K. t
St. L 8. W. c. 4
V. S rf. .
U A. !. rr
1. S. old 4s, r.
T. 8. new 4p, nn
Am. Tobacco 4...
Atrhisoa fn. 4s..
do adj. 4a
Atlantlo C. L,. 4a.
Hal. A Oblo 4a...
Bra. K. T. c. 4a..
Central of Ga. a.
do lat Inc
do td Inc
do 3d Ine
Choa. Ohio 4va. ...!'
In logo A. JV.... 'I
C , H. Q. n. 4a....ldlH Seaboard A. L. 4a..
C, R. 1. A P. 4a.... 7:tt 80. I'aclflc 4s
09 col. aa fet do lat 4a ctfa
CCC. 81. L. ( i..l"ik So. Railway a
Colo. lud. (a. avr. A. 7i Texaa A P. la... ..
do aerlra'U 11 T . St. L. A W. 4a.
Coloraio Mid. 4a ij-sa t'nlon Taclflo 4a....
C010. a so. 4a. 1 do conv. 4a
Cuba (a li V g Strol !d St...
D. A R. O. 4a 111!9 Wabaah la
HIMIIlara' c. ir &!, do d-b. B
Kriv prior ilea 4B....10J WHtfrn Md. 4a
do gun. 4 W. a L. E. 4a
Hoknif Val. I , 110 Wla. Outial ta
. .. ai
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MAR&L1
Htdtrats Ban f Ctttle for the Week and
Market in Good Condition.
HOG MARKET OPENS ACTIVE AND HIGHER
Fair Rna of Sheep for tbe Week Fat
Wethers, Kwrs and Yearlings Are
Steady, with Fat Umbi rifteen
te Twrntw.flve Oats Hlather.
Offl. ial Mondsy
Official Tuesday ...
Official Saturday ..
SOUTH OMAHA. Nor. 14, 105.
30 .TO-S-'a 3)H HI 304
12 7ttJ 12 P2V,
13 0-JUj 12 7H
7 02H K 7H
6 9B 6 9S
7 07 7 07H
6 66 8 65
I 87H! 8 86
12 97S! 12 90
13 024 1 12 95
7 00 7 05
8 95 fi 95
6 frjtj f 92t
7 074 7 05
6 PS 8 fS
So 6 S6
fit. Louis ....
NEW YORK GKSER.4X MARKET
Qaatatlons of the Day oa Various
NKW YORK, Nov. 25. FLOUR-Recelpts,
31.207 bills.; exports. 12,887 bbla.; nales.
s.hv ddis.; muraei, ami; winter patents, 1
.au'04 &o; winter straights, a.Sni4.1(; win
ter extras. 8-.83ti3.26; Minnesota bakers,
83 6&g4.O0; winter low grades, 8-' 75'53.20. Rye
flour, steady; fair to good, $3.HtVn4.io; choice
to fancy. H.15?M.'I0. lluckwheat flour, $2.16
2.26, spot and to nrrive.
BUCKWHEAT-Dull; tiiH'Se, delivered
CORNMEAL-Steady: fine, while and
yellow, $1.25; coarse, Jl.lt.'ul.lS; kiln dried,
RYE Nominal; No. 2 western, 76c, c. I.
f. New York.
BARLEY Easy ; feeding, 40o, c. I. f.
Buffalo; malting, KVartlWc o. 1. f. Buffalo.
CORN Receipts, 45,150 bu.; exports, 26,572
tiu.; sales, 10.000 bu. grot market, easy;
No. 2, 66W0 elevator and 54Vjc f. o. b. afloat;
No. i yellow, boVje; No. 2 white, 644c. The
option market was quiet and weaker, re
flecting larger receipts, easy cables and
fine weather and closed Vuc lower; Jan
uary closed 52c; May, 4lic, closed at
No. 2. tOld. $New.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady ; winter patents. $3.K5'
4 10; straights. $3.7Wi3 H5; spring patents,
$3.76'S4.10; straights, $3.609 3 80; bakers', $2.80
WHEAT No. t spring. 83T7c; No. 3
spring. 8(Xff!c: No. 2 red, 83tr85o.
CORN No. , 454c; No. 2 yellow, 50c.
OATS No. 2. 2Sc; No. 2 white, 82Sj334c;
No. 8 white, 28;582c.
RYE No. 2, 87c.
BARLEY Good feeding, 864V37c; fair to
choice malting, 424349c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 8Sc; No. 1 northwest
ern, $1.00. Timothy, prime. 8:1.30. Clover
J contract grade, $18.00fflS. 5.
rKUVlSiUNS Mess pork, per bbl., $13 48
(B13.50. Lard, per 100 lbs., $6 874417.00. Short
rihs sides llooseV $7.eA?, 7.124 ; short clear
sides (boxed), 8s.874V7.0fl.
Followlne were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Anier. Car & F..
do pfd 3'K
Amer. Cotton Oil.... 6u0
Amer. Express luu
Amer. Hiue oi U pfd 500
Amer. Ice Securities. loo
Amer. Linseed Oil.... 100
Amer. Locomotive... 6,60
do pfd 2nd
Amer. rlmelting & R. 21. "w
shipping, 60ii55c; good
.HEAT Receipts, 128.500 bu.i exports.
2,608 bu.; sales, 1,900,000 bu. Spot market,
steady; No. $ red, itlHo elevator and
8US0 i. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth,
8! So f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard, Manitoba,
fcSc f. o, b. afloat. Options opened easy
on the big northwest receipts and prospects
for heavy world a snipments on -Monnay.
Wheel recovered and wss firm most of the
morning Influenced by bullish Argentina
crr.p news and covering. It finally eased
off slightly under realising and closed
pailly higher; May. !Hyil H-IHp, closed
5l4c; December, tntdtKlSc. closed 914c.
OATS Receipts, 91,800 bu.; exports. 11.606
bu. Suot market, steady; mixed oats, 26 to
32 lbs., 3tic; natural white. 30 to 82
?ii4,;(74c; clipped wliite. 30 to 40
choice. tliift4c. , ,
Hul'8 Fttiir. state, common to choice,
lW-5. 14ti22c; 1W4, 13n17c; olds, 5i8c; Pa
cific coast, 19U5. 10a 15c; 1904, HX&Hc; olds,
'"lUPES Firm; Galveston, 20 to 25 lhs.,
20c; California. 21 to 25 lbs., 21c; Texas dry.
24 to SO lbs., 19t.
LEATHER-Firm: acid KWlT,v,c.
PKOVlSIuNS Beef, quiet; family. $11.50
il2 50; mess, $9 5nl 10.50: beef hams. $21 iKXii
2250; recket. $10.6otili.S0: city, extra India
mess l7 fnifl8 00. Cut meats, steady; pickled
bellies $8 76110 50; pickled shoulders. $6 5ui
7 00; pickled bams. 89.2MW 75. Lard, stesdy;
western steamed, $7.404i7.55; refined, steady;
continent, $7 ST.; South America, 88.30;
compound, $5.75. Pork, quiet; family, fit. 50;
short clear. $13.5Mi 16.50; mess. $16. V tlo.50
RICE Steady: domestic, fair to extra, 34
6c: Japsn. nominal
TALLOW-8teady; city (2 per pkg ,
4Sr: country 'pkits. free), 4W-o.
Bl'TTER Easyi street price, extra.
creamery. 24c; omciui prices uiuniinnru.
CHEESE Irresular: . full creams,
small and large, colored and white. Sep
tember, fancy. 13c; state, fair to good. 12c
EGOS Firm : state, i'enrsylvanla and
nearby selected, Sutoc, atit choice, J6
37c; state, mixed, extra. 35c; western, finest,
J'c- stt firms. Siu31c: southerns. fl'u30c.
POT'LTRY-Allve. weiU; western chick
ens, 12c; fowls, 12c; turkeys. 140. Pressed,
steady: western chickens. 9$134c; turkeys, .
HjjJjc; fowls. t&13c
Mlaaeapolts Grata Market.
MrVNFAPOLlS. Nov. 25-FIOVR-Flrst
patents. $4 70I4.0; seconn paienia,
4 HO: ttrst clears. $3 05U3.75; second
i 4uf'f 56.
It RAN In bulk. 811.50,
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis ae
llverv). The rsnite cf prices, as reported
y F P. Pay at Co., 110-U1 Board of Trade
flour, btils 26.7'iO 2fl.0iK)
Wheat, bu 148.0OO 119. 6i)
corn, nu 357.0 1 33 200
Oats, bu 206 3(10 324 O00
Re. bu loom 6)
Hariey, tu 158.600 76 300
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, 17(Jf23c;
dairies, 17?20c. Errs, steady; at mark,
cases Included, 24c; firsts, 24c; prime firsts,
2e; extras, SOc. Chsese, steady, 12413c.
St. I.oals General Market.
ST. LOt'IS. Nov. 25-WHEAT-Futures,
lower; No. I red. cash, elevator. 85iS9c;
track. 90J'i914c: Pecember, 81ft8.'c; May.
85ftr,c; No. 2 hard, 83-BS6c. '
CORN Lower: No. 2 cash, nominal;
track, 42VB421c; Pecember, 41,o; May,
OATS Weaker; No. 2 cash, 304c; track,
Sic; No. 3 white, 32c; Pecember. 304c; May,
FLOL'R Steady; red winter patents,
$4.304. 80; extra fancy and straight, $3.9i,'a
4.25; clear, $2.90fo3.10.
Sr. ED Timothy, steadv at S2.KOi2.8i).
Amer. Sugar Ref
Amer. 'fob. pfd. cert.
Anacon.ia Mining Co.
Atlantic. Coast xylite.
B. & O
Brooklyn R. T
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton
Chicago Ot. Western
C. & N. W
C. M. & St. P
Chicago T. & T
C, C, C. & St. L
Colo. Fuel I
Colo. & Southern....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Pel. & Hudson
Pel., L. & W
D. & R. G
do pfd .-....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
K. C. Southern
U & N
Met. St. Ry
Minn. & St. L
M.. Bi. P. & 8
22,500 644 63Ti
700 20 20
IN-Steady; sacked, e
east track, 7&31
timothy, $8.00tS13.50; prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES-tl.Ol.
BAGGING 84 c.
HEMP TWINE 7t4o,
I'ROVISIONS-Potk. steady; Jobbing,
$13.75. Lard, lower; prime steam, $ti.;-o.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed. extra
shorts, $7.76; clear ribs, $8.00; short clears,
$n 25. Bacon, steady; boxed, extra snorts,
$8 50: clear ribs. $8.75; short cleur, $si.oi.
POl'LTRY Chickens, 74c; springs, 94f
11c; turkeys, 12c; ducks. 4c; geese. 7Uc,ic
HOTTER - Steady; creamery, 2r"U:5c;
dairy: lfl 21o.
EGGS Steady. 24c. case count.
Flour, bbls 11.000 2t0
Wheat, bu 89, 45,o
Corn, bu 10-1 xn 6?.0"o
Oats, bU 61,000 64,0
Kaasae City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 25. WH EA T
Steady; pecember. TTc; Miy, 7t'H,c; cash.
No. 2 hard. sWiiWc: No. S. 77S5c; No. i
red, o8tb9uc; No. 3, Mis4c.
CORN Steady ; December, Aic; May, 3:1c;
cash. No. i mixed, 40l4c; No. 2 white, 40'ac;
No. 3. 40c.
OATS-btcady; No. 2 white, Slfj32c; No. 2
HAY Steady ; choice timothy, $11.0011.25;
choice prairie, $9'u9.80.
L j .ii otcauy; creamery, 2Ie; dairy,
EGOS Steady: Missouri und Kansas,
new No. 2 whltewood cases Included, 244c;
case count, 2;Wc; cases returned. 4c lean.
Hoalon stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Nov. 26.-Call loans, K7 per
ceoi, nine ioaua. 6'u 1 per cent. OrTlrtul quo
tations on stocks and bonds were as follows:
W Wafting, commi
It"l4 Amaru-au also .
...-i ('al. A Haols.
. . ..1434i Crntannlal .....
. ... 13W Coppfr Kanga .,
H..M.S, paly Waat
Atchlaos ad. 4a..
M. Cantral 4a...
Hoalon A Albany,
ftnnnn A Matna...
Fituhburg pfd ....
Maxicas Cantral ..
N. Y., N. H. A
1 nloa facinc
"Amtr, Arga. (hem.. J4'- uia Koyala
Aniar. Pneu. Tuba..
Amer. T. A T
Amer. WooleD ...
Dominion I. ak 8...
EJlron Klac. 1 1 1 u . .
Oiieral Klectrlc ...
Maaa Kia.'trlc ....
tnltad Hhoe Marb...
li Msaa. Milling
.U Mont. C. A C.
.IStW Old Domlnloa ..
. ' Oereols
. 1-4 Trinity
. hi I'nlU'd Copper .
. 44 V. a Mining...
.!(' U. 8. Oil
. it. t'lah
. IV Vlrlori
. 7j .Wiuona
8. Steal ;:i Wolvtrlna
do pfd 1044
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, comparing with last
1906. 1904. Inc.
Cattle !M6,M 860,764) 74,737
Hogs 2,,2J 1.042.564 12.7l3
Sheep 1.878.!8i 1,646.14 226,7S
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Total this week 1.903
Same last week 21827
Fame week befote 16 741
Same three weeks ago.. 87. 248
Same four weeks ago....34.K:v
Same week last year.... 24.618
RECEIPT8 FOR THE YEAR
4.50 a 4.85
Sew York Minlutt Rtnrks.
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.-CloBlng quotaUons
en iniiiiiia slocks were as follows:
llrunewlrk Cod ..
1 Couialo'k Tunnel
(oa. t'al A Vs..
Little Chief I
I'll... olx 1
Pot oil t
Sleua Nevada 4
-Mil... I hopea SO
LONDON, Nov. 25. Money was fairly
plentiful In the market today and rates
were tolerably easy. Piscounts weakened
on the prospect of a substantial addition to
the Bank of England's gold reserve, but
were not appreciably affected by the an
nouncement of the Issue of $l0.ot.o.(JC0 In new
treaaury diii.i December 1, the amount
being much below expectations. Tradiirg
I on the Stock exchange was quiet and the
1 market had a better tone, owing to the Im
pression that the government will not re
sign Immediately. The dealing mostly led
264 1 llu to operations before the settlement
ge " 1 Consols were stesdy. Home rails were ir-
I regular. Americans opened dull, firmed to
179V 1791 17i I Parity level on New York support, became
5 15 j4VJ Inactive, reacted to below parity and closed
53 easy. r-.u33iH.ns were lower. Japanese were
2iiu 1 supporiea. copper snares were maintained:
a7o on the advance In trie price of the metals
' I Vaffl.. ... t 1 . . 1 . .
An.i.ia u..,(..v-u. utipniicw iinpeiiai os 01
wore quoted st lirjv,.
PARIS. Nov. 25. Prices on the bourse
today were steady and business was dull
KUHsian imperial 4s were minted at 89 00
ana ttussiun bonds of l'.fcH at 603.
BERLIN, Nov. 26. Prices on the bourse
today were irregular and lower In most de
articles ! Open. I High.l Low. Close I Yes .
t eat' III
reo....74t0 "T 79' 80S
May...MtH 80 I 844 444 $44
rs ' "4
May... I I 024! J02V I 1024
PallaelelpBta Prod nee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 25 B1TTTFR
Waak; extra western creamery, 24c; extra
nearby prints, 2tic.
EO13 Firm; nearby fresh, loss off. 2c:
nearby fresh and western fresh, 31c at
CI1EE8G Unchanged; New York full
cream, fancy, H,ffi14c: New York full
enatm. choice. 18W; New York full cream,
fair ta good. 12'u 134c.
Dnlala Grala Market.
DTXfTH. Minn., Nov. 55. WHKAT-To
arrive No, 1 northern. Cc; No. 3 north-m-
TlVi; oa track. No. 1 northern, 8IS0;
The receipts and
shipments of grain
... 42.0O0 so.ooo
...lW.uoO 101, ..11
... 12,ut 17,04)
The following ranpr of prices at Kansas
City was reported by F. D. Day A Co., 110
111 Board ol Trade building:
Mo. Pacific 6.00O
M.. K. A T 6,400
do pfd ty-0
Nafl lad 41,000
Nat 1 R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central 900
N. Y., Ont. & W 4O0
Norfolk A W 1.4ou
No. American 1,000
Pacific Mail l,9i0
Pennsylvania 10,2" O
People's Gas 1,000
P., C, C. At St. L
Pressed Steel Car.... 1,000
do pfd loo
Pullman Palace Car. 2o0
do lsi pfd 200
do 2d pfd
Republic Steel 6.214)
do pfd l.ooO
Rock island Co 33.S.K)
do pfd 6,7oO
Rubber Goods 3u0
St. L. & 8. F.
St. U S. W..
Tenn. Coal & I
Texas & Pacllic
Tol., St. L. dc V
f. S. Express
V. S. Realty, asked..
I'. S. Rubber
V. fl. Steel
Va. Caro. Chemical..
Western I'ni n
W. at I.ake Erie
Bioss siieffl. :a
2d pfd 0 5SV 674
100 67 67
2.90O 694 684
'i',jo 354 85
l'lO 994 9t4
91.9.-0 1134 1004
10O 334 834
2l 37V 374
47 200 136V 1S5H
Articles. I Close. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y.
Wheat I ) i i i
Dec... 77H 774' -4 V
May... 794i V79i d 4 7:'4! 7!'1 794
July... 7441 T44I T44' 744 "44
Dec. .. :j9S 4'?94T?4 S94 3, 894
May.. .,3944 39404 89 39 394
Oats I I
IHH-....I 2S 9S 294 194 294
M.ky..,.3t34 30 30 JO S04
Jan.... 1! 86-r IS 87 12 U 11 85 12 88
May... 12 87 13 92 UK.' 12 9o 12 62
Jn.... 87 8 87 $ 85
Miy.. .17 WifK T 02 7 00 7 02 7 OOuOJ
RANGE OF PRICES.
St. Louis 2.0iy?8.90
Sioux City 2.00116.60
Iixllcates Sunday. Indicates holiday
The fnllowlna- table shows tbe Dricea paid
at the river markets for cattle:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers $5.2SfrS 80
Fair to good corn-fed steers 6.0"f'i5.25
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4.005.00
Good to choice range beef steers.. 4 254.50
Fair to good ranee Deer steers S. 6014. 25
u"no 10 cnoice cows ana netrers... j.jnut.
Pair to good cows and helfera i.6Og3.80
Fair to good western cows l.tttI.TS
fanners and cutters l.Tn'ffS 50
Cood to choice stookers A feeders. 8 i63 4 10
Fair to gru.rt stocVe--s and feeders. I.OO&J.bO
The following list shows the number of
cars of feeders shltmcd to the countrv
Friday and their points of destination:
William Carst, Oakland. la.t-R. 1 1
A. L. Jarmon, Meadow Grove, Neb. R. I. 1
a. j. layior, Anna, ia. Ji. 1
Huey & Jensen, Dysart. Ia. R. I...,
Huey A Jensen, Dakota City, la. N
T. E. Alderson. Creston F. E
Arthur Palmeter, Creston F. E
A. E. Timbers. Hooper F, E
Patterson A F., Stnrkham F. E
W. G. Oretrorv. Tabor, la O
D. N. V. Herrlck. Newport, la. Q.
John Eland. Medlapolls, la Q
Wstklns A Feaglns, Hyannls B. A
Ed Burke. Genoa U. P
Joseph Franks. Shelton U. P
Kent A (lenna IV P
C. E. Kern, North Bend U. P
joe uarnng, Malvern, la. Wit 1
W. H. Con r don, Blunt. 8. D. M. A O...'. 1
Hans Paulsen. Pendsr M. aV n 1
W. S. Smith. Craig M. A 0 1
H. C. Oxley- Marlon. Ia. Mil 1
Johnson A O.. Ames V. P 1
C. A. Miles, Geneva B. A M I
James Hogan A 8., Clinton, Mich. N. W. 1
A. L. Putman. Carson, Ia. R. I t
The official number of ears nt lock
oruugm in loaay oy eacn road was:
OMAHA. Nov. 25 Bank clearings for to
day were $1,361,8-41.87, and for tne corre
spondlng date last year, $1,357,390.01.
year was Thanksgiving
Dank of Germany Statement.
BERLIN, Nov. 25. The weekly state
ment of the Imperial Rank of Germany
shows the following chanties: Cash In
hand, Increased 37,8oo,00om: . easury notes,
increased l.ino.oiiom ; other securities, de
creased 43.6'.nin; notes in circulation de
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. Today'e state
ment or tne treasury Daiunces in tne gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
reserve, snows: Avaimoie casn Daiance,
$135,556,470; gold coin and bullion, $S7.im,351;
guiu ceruncaies, ei4,i4.,4u.
llveraeel Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. No. 26-WHEAT-Spot,
firm; No I red western winter. 6a 74d. Fu
tures, steady: Lecember, tsb'Vd; March,
lis lid: May, 6s 4d.
CORN Spot, Quiet: American mixed. 6.
Futures, quiet; January, 4a 4d; March, 4s id.
Toledo leea Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 28. SEEDS Clover, cash,
$8124; December, U. January. $8,224;
February $8 274; March. 8s 3J4 Prime al
stke, td 3ft. Prime timothy, $l.a74
Total sales for the dsy, 658,600 shares.
London Closing stocks.
LONDON. Nov. 25 Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were as follows:
"J., N T Central...
Norfolk A W
' Ontario A W
1H Penaarivania ....
'4 Rand Mines ,
""4 do lat pfd
llk do Id pld
.IflV southern Railway
" do pfd
. In, Southern Pariso
e 's talun Pacific
44 do pfd
f'4 V. . Steal
"i do pfd
.! do pfd
firm. Vi1 it nep r,nn..
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 8 15-1 per rent; for three
months' bills. 3V(Tti 16-18 per cent.
New York Bank klatesueat.
NEW YORK. Nov. 25 The weekly bnk
statement rf clearing house banks Issued
1-oans. 81 "12 8110; decrease. $4 795 Son
drposiU, J94. 177. Increase, $108 "o; cii
cuUtl.'ii, MacisAi; decrease, $s7 3on; leral
tender, $74,44.SW0; Increase, $l,4'.uw, speciu.
Conaola, money ...
Bal. A Ohio
Canadian Pacific ..
( Iiea. A Ohio
(hireso (Jt. W....
r . M. A St. P....
twnver A R. O. ...
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Illlnoia Central ...
Loulavllle a Nat.ll
M . K. a T
.. 3K 4,
.. 4 S
Oils and Kosln.
NEW Y'ORK. Nov. 26 OILS Cottonseed
firm; prime crude, nominal; prime yullow
29-294c. Petroleum, steady; refined, New
lorn. 87.60; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
$7.55; same In bulk, $4.66. Turpentine, dull(
m'HiN bteady; strained, common to
OIL CITY, Nov. 25. OILS Credit bal-
ances, (l.ui. Shipments, 65.492 bbls., average
84.338 bbls.; runs, 82.190 bhls., average 64.680
unis. enipmenis, liina, i:',759 bbls., aver
age otj.i.a dois.; runs, Lima, 64.350 bbls., ar
erase 44.111 LOIS.
SAVANNAH. Nov. 26. OILr-Turpentlne,
ROSIN Nothing doing; A, P., C, D, $4 SO
1-;, 14d; k 84.60; o. 4 7u; U $4.88; K, $5.00
o.ai; w. u., o.fw; w. W., $5.65.
Sugar aud Molasses.
. NEW Y'ORK, Nov. 25 -SUOAR-Raw
firm; fair refining, t b-Wit 3c; centrifugal, 9(
icai, o -iuc; niuiatacs sukar, 2 n-l'tjJ4.c
retined, steady; No. 6, 4.10; No. 7, 4 oSc
No. 8, 4.wc; No. 9, 3.95c; No. 10. 8.9fe
No. II, 8.95c; No. 12. 3it.'c; No. 13. 8 56c
No. 14, 8.10c; confectioners' A, 4.56o; mold
A, 5.00c; cut loaf, 5.4ce; crushed. 8.40c
powdered, 4 10c; trrantiUted, 4. Toe; cubes
.n( 1LASSF8 Firm: N w Orleans
kettle, good to choice, 'i3Sc.
NI3V4 ORLEANS. Nov. 2.V-SUOAR Msr
ket, steady; open kettle, 8 3-!.e; open kettle
centrifugal, 3 '23 7-it.c: centrifugal wnites
3Si-f4iC; yellows, 34d34c; seconds, a34c,
MOl.Ats.H open kettle, 3oa324e; cen
trlfugal, 16 u :6c.
I J 661 I TJt 4 Ml 4 01
4 te n
4 8141 4 tm
V 4 80
4 71 I 4 SO
4 7141 l
4 Ni t 8 73
4 87 6 511
4 741 51
4 731 ( 63
101 8 611
6 28! 6 !
I 881 6 67
4 (.'I 4 04
4 W "4
Date. I 1906 . 11804. 1903.!l902.l0l. 11900. 11898.
Nov. 1...I 4 84V' 4 841
C,v- "4' 4 83
V".UT' 14 87414
Nov. 7... 4 83V, 4 to 4 781 I 63
Nov. I... 4 81 4 861 I 4 44
Nov. 10. .
Nov. 11. .
Nov. 16. . I
Nov. 18.. 4 68 Id ft'l d Ml
Nov. 17.. 4 87 4 71I4 46 8 41 4 82
Nov. 18, . 4 874 4 86 4 14 81
Nov. 19.. I 4 83 4 45 i 29
Nov. 20.. I 4 88 f I 4 461 281
Nov. 21.. I 4 Vl 1 87 4 44 f 241
Nov. 22..) 4 6441 4 611 8 281
Nov. 23.. 1 4 f.r. 4 491 4 31
Nov. 24.. 4 69 I 4 20! 8 ml
Nov. 25.. 4 47 4 ial oil
5 751 4 76
5 661 4 78
I 6 861
6 781 I
4 74 4 03
4 741 $ 4
4 AT J
4 81) 1 0
t 9.11 8 "4
a-eek about 14c higher than at the eloee
of last week.
I . .
tt . .
. . in
4 73 -,
. .11 a 4 474
..141 4 4 7o
.171 40 4 7
41) 4 7
..ll ... 4 71
.1.1 4 4 7t
.. t ... 4 7
..r.T ... 4 7
..IN n 4 T
...; no 4 70
..4 0 4 71)
. .314 K I II
. .ioe tie 4 7
. Ill 10 4 7
..!! itt 4 T
. .ri lv 4 74
.11 n 4 70
. I J 40 4 79
. tut 4 74
.1:1 ... e re)
. .IM 10 4 7t
..ia ... 4 to
.11 ltn 7
. lis IM 4 74
. JM 40 4 714
..170 ... 4 7t
..lv4 14 474
..IOI 4(1 4 714
..117 IN 4 73 4
.. ... 4 14
..3-4 130 4 71 4
SHEEP-There was only a small run of
sheep this morning six cars, or about 2,000
head hut there was no quotable change
In todav's trade from that ot yesterday.
There hns been a moderate run of sheep
this week, tbe total receipts for the week
footing up about 42.0X head, which Is
about 6.0(iO hesa smller then the run for
the previous week, and Is also the smallest
run since the last week In August. The re
ceipts for the corresponding week last year
were 85.027 bead, which Is about T.OOO head
less than the run for this week. The run
of ehrep during the week has not. generally
speaking, been of the beat Quality.
ThA reeelt.ia nf fst sheen all during tne
week have been rsther light, while there
has been a fair demand for the more de
sirable killing stuff. There has been o
small supply of fnt lambs on the market
from day to dsy, while the packers have
lieen wanting a small quantity of this
ne e.,u Blinnir ev-erv rilv with WhlCtl
to sonr.lv their local trade. As a result
nrlcea on fat lambs have advanced a
m.,iH ,v f.nlll nt the clOBS Of the
tradins- cood fat lambs are 15ft 26c higher
than st the close of last week's business,
while the market on fat sheep closes the
B...I, tA!i,lv lo ntrnt.er.
The larpcr portion of the sheep receipts
for this week cons'sled of the feeding kind.
hot taken aa a whole the Quality Of the
sheep has been rather on the Inferior or
der. The demand for feeder sheep during
the week has not ben much end the trsfle
... .1.. n.L. u aa the weather was
Ideal for cornhusklng and so country buy
ers were rather scarce. The market on
good choice feeding sheep closes practically
steadv with last week, while the market on
feeding lambs closed 10tgl5c higher for the
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Oood
to cholo fed lambs, 16.75ft M5; good to
rl'olra rnn-re lambs, 16 .W "n: good to
choice yearling wethers. $5.25fi6.6V. pood to
choice old met hers, 85 00435.60: good to choice
Old ewes. 4.5VJ6.0(.. , ...
Quotations on feeder sheep and lambs.
Oood feeding. 85.2f. U6.75: good feeding year;
lines. 14 7775 26: irr.od feeding wethers.
K5.O0: good feeliin ewes, $3.40J3.75
Inc ewes, $4.26'94.80.
60 Nebraska ewe feedevs...
1,696 Montana feeder lambs.
V, Farnam Smith & Go.
t'nlon Stock Yards, 101. Subject to sale.
1320 Farnam St.
Stocks ntid Bonds Sold
We procure capital for Industrial enter
prises, manufacturing establishments, min
ing business and other legitimate purposes
Ptock companies Incoi-pornted and loans
negotiated. Our long experience and con
nection with capital guarantee quick and
efficient service. W. H. TODD CO., Ill
Dearborn St.. Chicago. 111.
ritOFlTa, lteeed ssS
lers. , MewTark
MtTIltO MtS7744. 4IU TIJIMIa, IIIITTI1.
aVf l'PrTpiAl. irTeHt.. nTVi... r.TbiJ
tniured, aur etrUity. seohieta giving rail lav
loraiaiiea anaTiaa ree
F. D. Day & Co.
Stocks, Grain, Provision
hip Voar Grala ta I s.
Vraaek lCee. Ilo-ail Beard of Trade
Bids, Oaaaha, Him. Teleoaokae IIB14V.
n:-l!14 Esehang 9ilg.. Mouth Omaha.
Hell 'Fhone Ilk Ir-eeDendent 'Fnone k.
RK4L ESTATM TIlAXSKEnS.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. MAKKET
Cattle and Hobs eteady Sheep and
CHICAOO, Nov. 25. CATTUK Receipts,
400 head; market steady; beeves, $3.2iJr6.60;
cows, $1.3C4j4.50; heifers. $2.2.4j4.9o; calves,
$5.0(7.00; good to prime steis, $a.36 J6.50;
poor to medium, $3,2646.25; Blockers and
IIOUS Receipts, 18,000 head; estimated
Monday, 4,0n0 head; market steady; pig.
$4.1l"i4.76; bulk of sales. 14. 70 4.85.
SllliEP AND UMB8- Receipts, 2.000
head; market strong; sheep, 13.4Kfj6.66;
yearlings, ,$5.2506.00; lambs, $5.i5(37.60.
The following deeds were filed for record
Ann4 K4ner and husband to 8. O.
Dovell et al., east 40 feet lot 8. block
9, Parker's ad $ 2.504
Notional Rank of Commerce to Karl
Warstat, lot 6, block 2, Credit Kon
cler ad 700
Blanche B. lleller and husband to K.
H. Duffle, lot 7. block 9, West End
ad. frcflle) 2,(100
Patrick Kelly to Catherine Kelly,
lot 4 end lot 6, block 2, lloi
bach's 2d ad , 1
W. D. Stevenson and wife to A. H.
Comstock, lots 21 and 22, block S,
Orchard Hill ud 600
F. W. McOlnnis and wife to F. II.
Sawyer, lot 4, Elizabeth Place S,500
F. H. Sawyer to Louisa M. McGlnnls,
E. A. Shaw and wife to Ivah Aldrlch,
lots , 10 and 11, block 2, ilcCor
tnlck's 2d ad loo
Mary Barrett et al to W. P.
Thomas, lots 1 to 4. 6 and 7. block
Total amount of transfers
steady; lske and electrolytic, $17.0tvg 17.80;
casting, $16.7wS17.25. l,ead Is firm, with
quotations ranging from $."..25 to $5.75, and
spelter at $6.1oi6.a). Iron remains in firm
demand at unchanged prices.
ST. LeOUlS. Nov. 26. M ETA LS Ijcad,
firm. $5.60. Spelter, higher, $6.06.
OMAHA. WHOLESALE MARKET.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 26. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,100 head, Including 400 southerns;
tonrlcet stead v: choice export and dressed .
I haef ateara livdfKM 00: fair tO good. $3.tVd
6.00; western fed steers, $2. 75734. 50; stockers
and feeders. $2.40t$4.25; southern steers.
2 I $2.40g'4.0O; southern cows, $l.i5gs3.00; native
1 ! cows, $1.75fc3 86; native helferB. $2.50(ao.00;
1 I bulls. $2.0041)3.50; calves. $2.26Q.26. Receipts
1 1 for the week, 61, 000 head.
t, HOGS Receipts. $,500 head; market
Statrong to 6c higher; top, $4.86; bulk of
2 sales. $4.754.824; heavy. U.TMp 86; pa-ckers,
$4.75f04.82v4; pig ana lignts, .ooi8a.. v
celpts for the week, 68,700.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reeelpte none;
market nominally steady; native lambs.
$5 25a710; western lambs, $5.25ia7.(; ewes
and yearlings. $4 60; western cl pped
sheen. $4.26S6.50; western clipped yr""R".
$5.00tg6.0; stockers and feeders, $3.2a14.60.
Sew York Lire Stoek Market.
VKW YORK. Nov. 25 BBEV.-i'
celnts. 682 head. No trading
Union Pacific system....
C. & N. W. (east)
C. N. W. (west)
C St. P., M. & O
C. B. A Q. (east)
C, B. & Q. (west)
C. R. I. A P. (east)
C, R. I. & P. (west) ....
Chi. Gt. Western
Cattle Hogs.Sh'p.H'ses. feeling steady; dressed beef steaoy a i oj
ports today 744 beeves and 8,027 quarters of
The disposition of the dav'a recalnta waa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
uer oi naa inuicaiea:
Buyers. Cattle. I fairs Rhean
Omsha Packing Co nag
Hwlrt and Company 15 l K&
Cudahy Packing Co 1.691
Armour & Co 1,698
Cudahy Pack. Co.. K. C... 38
Klngan ti Co 271
CALVES-Recelpts, 862 head. No aaletj
and market feeling nominally steady ; city
dressed veals In moderate demand at
13c per lb.; country dressed, steady at 7W
1 IOCS Receipts, 4.00S head. None on
sale but market feeling nominally steady.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 887 head.
Sheep slow, rrlme handy weight lambs full
steadv. heavy lambs not wanted. Sheep
sold at $3.7516.00 per 100. lambs at $7.257 .70;
dressed muttons steady at 7tjo per lb.;
dressed Iambi at 10312c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 26 COFFEE The
market for coffee futures opened sieady at
an advance of 6 points in rteponso to high
rrciuh cables and ai'iull Hraglit&ti receipts.
It was the flrat notice d.iy for Deceit ine r
contracts and It was eatln atcd that notices
representing JeO.fOO tana were In circula
tion. This led to some further switching,
about half the business being exchanges,
but the market ruled g.'ii.iHlly firm and
closed firm at a net advance of 5ft16 points.
Biles were reported of lol.&n) bags Includ
ing IVcember at 6.6 '.i6.7oc; January. 6 S'i':
March. 7.c'i'7 c; May. 7.16-1 7.25c; July.
7 2g7 4c; hepteinber, 5.55c. Spot, Steady;
No. 7 Hlo, 8 7-16c.
Evaporated Apples anil Dried Frails.
NEW YORK, Nov 2 EVAPORATED
APPLES Market la on.! but steady. Com
mon to good are quoted al 7c. nearly prime
at 8e, prime at 'cj9'o. i! ..ire at 10c and
farcv at lie.
CALIFORNIA DRIED Fit CITS Prunes
are unchanged with quotations rauiglng paid
irom f'ac 10 ec, aci-urning to iciaae. Api i
ci t ate unchans'd: clioice are quoted at
s.jHc. extra choice at IW'ilOc and fancy
at l' 12c. Peaches are In fight supply. Ex
tra choice are quoted at lc. fancy at b'-i
If. lie and extra fancy at 134) 13c. Raisins are
uncnangeii: seeded raisins, Bivc; Lunaon
Totals (4 6.221
ca l iLhr-Tnere were no cattle of any
consequence on the market today and
there were no quotable ciiunges in prices
from those of yesterday. The receipts of
cattle for the wek were liMU head,
which Is the smallest run for any
week since the last week of August, And
the run fur the week Is also smaller than
that for tbe same week one year ago by
sbjut 6,000 head. The general run of the
oflerlng this week have not been of a very
good quulity, a great deal of the stock
being of the Inferior order. The run of
cauls this week has been rather small, as
the season for range stock Is just about
over and there la not much fat stuff suit
able fur the purposos of the packers yet,
And It is most probable that there will
not be much Increase In tiie sice of the
receipts until the season for fat cattle
opens, which will be about the holidays.
There has not been much cornfed stock
on the market this week, and what was In
was not generally of a very choice grade,
the most of the cornfed stuff being on the
short fed and warmed up order. How
ever, the receipts all during the week
have been only moderate In Use, while
there has been an active demand on the
part of the packers for anything suitable
for their purposes, with the result that
each day has seen a market steady to a
little stronger than the previous day s mar
ket. Hence at the close of the week's
trade the market on good choice cornfeds
Is generally Wy Jtc higher than at the close
pf last week s trace, while the wsrmed
up cattle closed sieady to a little stronger.
The market on cows and heifers has
been running along about the same lines
as the beef hieers. There have been light
runs with a rather inferior grsdu of stock.
1 l.ere has been a good demand for choice
stuff, with the result that the market on
food choice cows closed the week lu'iiOo
ilgher, will) common stuff steady to 6c
liluhcr. . , .
The trade on stockers and fenders all
during the week has been reasonably
active. There has been a good demand
for this kind of cattle, with good choice
light weight cattle given the preference.
Oood light weight stockers and feed-re
closed the week 15250 higher, mostly,
While common and heavy weights did not
fare quite so well, that kind of stuck
cloning the week about 1015o higher.
HOOS There was a moderate run of
hogs this morning and most of the stuff
was In in rainy I'wo iim. oujm
out early and were evidently wanting hogs I
suitable for their purposes. The trading
opened fairly brisk and aotlve and re-r,.,r,-A
an all dunnr the trading hours.
Tne market was favorable to the sellers all
during the day. The market opened steady
to 2So higher than yesterday's opening and
considerable business trading was dona
while the markok was In that condition
But luter on the market firmed up still
more and closed the day with the average
In the nelifhborhood of 2'.ic higher than
the averaae of yeaterday's maikot- Tops
of today were In the same notches as yes
terday, the toppy loads sailing at 14 i7S.
The bulk of the sales tody were around
St. Leals Live Stoek Market.
ST. IUIS. Nov. 25. CATTLE Receipts,
too head. Including 100 head Texans: mar
ket for natives steady, for Texans strong:
native shipping and export steers. HJMJ
6 9- dressed beef and butcher steers, 22.60.
4.85; steers under l.ooO lbs.. $2.6051)4.00: Block
ers and feeders. $2.15fi3.6o; cows and heifers,
$O0fji4.40; canners. 11.751.00; bulls, $2.1t.fa
e.r,. r.i.u i?HVn7!S: Texas and Indian
2,248 I s'teprs, $2.0ofi3.76; cows and heifers, $2.00411
HOGS Receipts. 2.000 head; market 6o
lower: pigs and lights. $4.6u4.70; packers,
$4 RCdtM.70; butchers and best heavy, t.Wsi
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale.
St. Joseph Live Slock Market.
ST JOSEPH, Nov. 25 CATTLE 'Re
ceipts, 244 head; market steady; natives.
$3.66416.10; cows and heifers, Il.60ttfi.u0;
1 stockers and feeders, 12. itiQi-W.
1 HOGS-Receipts, 7 537 head: market
steady to strong; light, $4.G5'-4.N: medium
and heavy, $4,701(4.85: bulk. $4.72Htl 4 H.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, 18 head;
Sloes City Live. Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Nov. 28. (Special Tele,
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 1O0 head; mar
ket steady; beeves. $4.00&5.8O; cows, bulls
' and mixed, $2.0053.26; stockers and feeders,
I' $2 VJv'i 60; calves and yearlings, HSOfi.
HOGS Receipts, 4,oo0 head; market
steady, selling at $4.6C7J4.70; bulk of sales.
Stoek la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
i western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 124 6.30 3.000
Sioux Cltv l' 4.0.O
Kansas City 1.1'n) 3,60
Pt. Ixnils 800 2.(rJ
St. Joseph , 244 7.537. 18
Ciiliaso 400 18.000 2.0O0
Condition of Trade and ttnotatlons oa
Staple and Fancy Prod nee.
EGOS Fresh receipts, candled stock, 23c.
1.1' K POl I TRY - Hens, SWc; roosters,
$c; turkeys, 13fffl4c; ducks, 9c; spring chick
ens, HHc; sreese, 8'b?c
DRESSED POULTRY Turkevs, 17'tflSc;
old toms, 14tf?15c; chickens, 9fil0c; old roos
ters. 7c; ducks, ll(B12c; geese, loi'llc.
BUTTER Packing stock. 15c; choice to
fancy dairy, lNf8l9e; creamery, 21t72U4e;
SUGAR Standard granulated. In bbls.,
$6.11 per cwt ; cubes, $5.95 per cwt.; cut
loaf, $6.40 per cwt.; No. 6 extra- C, boKS
or bbls., $4.95 per cwt.; No. 10 extra C,
bags only, $4.80 per cwt.; No. 15 yellow,
bags only, 14 76 per cwt.; XXXX powdered,
x&.tto per cwt.
FRESH FISH Trout. lOfillc: halibut, 13c;
buffalo, dressed, 9c: pickerel, d reused. 64.0;
white bass, dressed, 12c; sunflsh, Sc; perch,
scaled and dressed 8c; pike, 10c; catfish,
13c; red snapper, 10c: salmon, 11c; crop
pies, 12c; eels, 18c; bullheads, 11c; blnrk
bass, 25c: whlteflsh, 12c; frog legs, per
dos., 85c; lobsters, green, 27c; boiled
lobsters, 80c; shad roe, 45c; blueflsh, 15c;
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Feed
company: No. 1 upland, $7; medium, $6.50;
BRAN Per ton. $14.60.
ORANGE California Naveli, all slies,
$326; Florida, all slses. $3.00.
LEMONS Lemonlera, extra fancy, 240
lie. $4 25; 80ft and 360 sizes, $5.50.
liATES Per box of 30 1-lb. pkgs., $?;
Hallowell, In 70-1 b. boxes, per lb.. 6Vc;
walnuts, stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs., $2 per dot.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton, 76'$
85c; Imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 12c; 6
BANANAS Per medium - Blied bunch,
$1.76fjl2.26; Jumbos. 125of,3.00.
PEARS Lawrence and Mount Vernon,
APPLES Ben Davis and Wlnesaps, In
S-bu. bbls., $4.00; California Bellflowers.
$1.60; Colorado Jonathan and Grimes'
Golden. $2.26; New York apples, $4.50 per
ORAPFR-Imported Malagas, $r,.5(W.(lO
CRANBERRIES Jerseys. $12 00 per bbl.;
Bell and Bugle, $l2.oi 13.00.
POTATOES Home-grown, per bu., 60
(060c; South Dakota, per bu., .5c.
on ION8 Home-grown ellow, red and
white, per bu., 85c; Spanish, per crate,
WAX BEANS Per hamper. $3.50.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2 00.
CUCUMBER8-Per dos, $1.26'd1.50.
CABBAGE Home grown and Wisconsin,
In crates, per lb.,
CARROTS. PARSNIPS AND TURNIPS
Per bu., 65t(75c.
rpr v-rY Kalamnroo, per dox., 25c.
SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per 3-bu.
CU 1.1 KI.OWER Per crate, W.
TOMATOES California, per crate of 20
No. 1 rib. KWc; No. 2 rib. 8V4c: No.
(tc: No. 1 loin. 16c: No. 2 loin. lOUc:
loi" 7Uc: No. 1 chucks, 6c; No. 2 chucks,
4c;. No. 3 chucks, 3c; No. 1 round, 7c; No.
2 round, 6Hc; No. i round. 6Hc; No. 1 plate.
4c; No. 3 plate, 3c; No. 8 plate. 2V4C.
CIDER Per keg. $3.75; per bbl . $4.73.
HONEY New, per 2 lbs.. $3.60.
CHEESE-Swiss, new. 6c; Wisconsin
brick. 14c; Wisconsin llmberger, 13c; twins,
14V-: young Americas, 14Hc
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 16Hc; hard shells, per lb., 13HC.
Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; small, per lb,
12o. Peanuts, per lb., 7c; roasted, per lb.
8c Chill walnuts, per lb.. 12M134c. Almonds,
soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard shells, per
lh., 15c. Shellbark hickory nuts, pr bu..
$2.26: large hickory nuts, per bu., $150.
Chestnuts. 15c per lb. Cocoanuts, $4.60 per
sack of 100.
HIDES No. 1 green, 9c: No. 2 green. So;
No. 1 salted. lOc; No. 2 salted. 9Vic; No. 1
veal calf, 11c; No. 2 veal calf, 9c; dry
salted. 7fl14c; sheep pelts, 25if$1.00; horse
hides, $1.6. "a 3 00.
.2.268 41.337 4.018
U704I4.72H. while the bulk of the stock yes
terday was sold right around $4 .0, show
ing an advance of about 2o over yester-
Tnere was not very n.ucn aueimon
o quality or welgnts anu mere ie
layers. $1 60.
considerable bunching of sales.
t. ,. k..n a rood, strong ma
'.re this week. The flist rour days of the
week saw a small decline in the prices on
hogs from those at the does of last wees.
But the market firmed up Friday M
ct..-rf-u t.,H retained all that had been
l otlou Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3.-COTTON Spot
clr.si-d dull, middling uplands, U.7c; mid
dling gulf. 12.('0c; no sales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 26. COTTON Spot,
Arm; prices 6 points lower; American mid
dling fair. 6 64d; good middling. 8 22d:
middling. 606d; low middling, 69"d; good
ordinary, 6.72d: ordinary 6S6d. The sales
of the day were 8 000 bales, of which 300
were for speculation and export and In
cluded 4.60i American. Receipts, 18.0C0
bales. Including 14.200 American.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 25 OCTl'TON-Steadv;
middling, llc: salts, none: receipts. 815
bales; shipments, 330 baits; slock, 22,313
baNP;W" ORLEANS. Nov. 26 .-COTTON
Steady; sales, 1.4i bales; ordinary. 8'ic;
good ordinary, K'fllO l-16c; low middling
10 15-I6c: middling, 11 -16c; good middling,
11 16-16c; middling fair. 12' ic; receipts.
U.773 bales; stock, 312.946 bales.
LONDON. Nov. 25 WOOL Trading In
wool was steadv. pending opening of the
sixth series of auction sales on Novemlier
fS The hnuorts of this week were: N'-w
South Wales, 16.249 hales: Queensland l:.
2-.2: Vlitorla. 8 512; South Auatralia. 5.017;
New Zealand. 861: Cape of Good Hope and
Natal, 1 495; Singapore. 1.725: Buenos Ayrea,
1.5.J0; various places, 852 The arrivals for
the first series of the 17 sales amount to
16.S98 bulea. Including l.soO forwarded direct
HT. Lol lS. Nov. 25. WOO 1 Steadv : me
dium grades, combing and clotl.in Stfc).V;
light tine, ;l'26c; heavy fine, UVgTlc; tub
W'ishid, 3-ii 41 'ic.
NEW YORK. Nov.
merchandise and dry
New York for the
25. Total Imports of
(roods at the port of
k ending todav were
U,.;t the first of the week and closed the
valued at 115 79't 797. Total ln:r.orts of si.e. l"
at the !ort of New York for the week end
ing tnduv were $16,112 silver and t12,216 gold.
Total exports of specie from the port of
New York for the week tiding today were
$S37,703 silver and $2.5of gold.
PKORIA, Nov. a-CORN-Easy; No. S
yellow. 4?ic; No. 3. 42' ,; No. 4, 41c; no
OATS Steady; No. 8 white, Sc: No. 4
WHISKY On the basis of $1 30 for fin
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 25 W 1 1 EAT Mar
ket steady; No. 1 northern. 8.'.,'.jhic; No.
2 northern. 62lVa4,4jc; Mnv. r,Vli5';V: bid.
RYI1 Steadv; No. 1. 6S,.iSc.
BARt.K.V-Steady; No. 2, 6IVrj53c; sam
CORN Dull; May. 43Sc bid
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.-M BTAL8 While
business was quiet, as usual fer Saturday,
all metals were firmly held. Copper wae
Captain Brown lleller.
PITTSBURG. Nov. 25. It was stated
todi.y tnat the condition nf Captain Samuel
S. Brown. I he well known coal operator
and horseman, was somewhat Improved
He rrsted easier during the night
and a slight ( lianse for the better k
noticeable today. His condition, however,
Is still considered dangerous.
Alabama llaak Falls.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 26 -The comp
troller of the currency was advlsrd today
that the First National bank of Llnevllle.
Alt., htd been closed by order of the
board of directors. National Bank Ex
aminer B. H U Cooper has been appoint!
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